The Florida star.

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

,,.-r,: :.. Once upon a time there was a king Cannot be Cut Oaf or -
. .. .. who ,had a little boy whom he loved CANCER '
':'.:' ..';',f.''T. APolicy Bnn p-and Does .Nota very much, and so he took a great deal Removed !
.# Poll Down a Country, of pains to make him happy. He gave with PlastersSurgical
; hIm beautiful rooms'to live In and ple- :
> :Special Correspondence of The Florida Star. !
tunes and toys and books without number operations and flesh destroying plasters are useless, pdAtul.and dangerous, and besides, never cure Cancer. :
:: SCBAKTOX, Pa., June 19.-The' Lacka- ,. -He gave- him a graceful, gentle, No matter how often a cancerous sore removed, another comes at or near the same point, and always in a worse form. ;

':.4, : vanna railroad Is systematically:Investigating little pony, that he might ride just Does not this prove conclusively that Cancer is a blood disease, and that it is folly to attempt to cure this deep-seated, angerous. .

, : the resources of every place, where he pleased, and'a rowboat on a the blood poison trouble? by cutting or burning,out the sore, which, after all, is only an outward sign of the disease-a place of exit for .

big and little, along the line and pretty lake and servants to wait
will .
Cancer in
runs families and
through generation those whose
many ancestors have been afflicted with it are liable at any .
co-operate In the development of such him wherever.he. went time to be stricken with the deadly malady.

Industries be: He also provided teachers; who were ;
as may adapted. to various

agent localities., William B.The Hunter new, uiustrial has been that to give would him make the knowledge him good and of' things great Only Blood Diseases can be Transmitted from One Generation to Anotherfurther .

conferring with different boards of But for all this the young prince was proof that Cancer is a disease of the blood. J

trade and other business associations unhappy. He wore a frown whereverhe To cure a blood disease like this you must cure the entire blood system-remove every trace of the poison. Nothing cures

-i and experts are studying mineral and went and was always wishing for Cancer effectually and permanently but S. S. S. }.

:- agricultural characteristics with the something he didn't have. At lengthone S. S. S. enters the circulation, searches out and removes all taint, and stops the formation of cancerous cells. No mere tonic .

v .: view of making the most of such advantages day a magician came to the court or ordinary blood medicine can do this. S. S. S. goes down to the very roots of the disease, and forces out the deadly poison,
He saw the scowl on the boy's face allowing the sore to heal naturally and permanently. S. S. S. at the same time purifies the blood and builds up the general health.
as exist.
may and said to the king: S_ 7 A little pimple, a harmless looking wart or mole, a lump in the breast, a cut or bruise that refuses to 1
1:. Several western and southern rail heal under ordinary treatment should all be looked '
with this is
"I can make your son happy and win upon suspicion as often the beginning of "
roads with
\ new sections of country to a bad form of cancer. ,
< his frowns into smiles, but you must
develop already maintain industrial Mrs. Sarah M. Keesling, 941 Windsor Ave., Bristol. Tenn., writes : "I '
departments, but this is the first In- pay me a great price for telling him am 41 years old, end for three years had suffered with a severe form of
". this secret." ,I Cancer on my jaw which the doctors in this city said was incurable, and w;
stance of a New York trunk line adoptIng that I could not live more than six months. I accepted their statement as
such a policy. It Is true that certain "All right, said the king. "What- true and had given up all hope of ever being well again when my drug ss .
ever you ask I will give." S. z t gist knowing of my condition, recommended S. S. S. After taking a few .
railroads have printed a few cir So the 6 : bottles the sore began to heal much to the surprise of the physicians, and
culars and distributed them in price was agreed upon and in a short time made a complete cure. I have gained in flesh, my appetite
a perfunctory paid, and the magician took the boy into x is splendid, sleep is refreshing-in fact, am enjoying perfect health.''
way calling attention to manufacturing .. "
' : sites but a private room. He wrote something Our medical department is in charge of physicians of lone ,
details have I -
" with a white substance upon apiece ; experience, who are especially skilled in treating Cancer and other blood diseases. Write for any advice
.. been furnished and little energy be- of paper. Then he gave the boya information wanted, we make no charge whatever this service. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. fia
;: stowed but the
; upon any biggest manufacturing
:f candle and told him to light it and

;; .;<, .{',. most concerns.frequently Indeed made the against criticism hold it under the paper and then see fl49'11Yt111'ftf""fft""fj"'ff'ff'fY'ff''f"'t7'' 1 " ? '' '' ''''''' I '' 't1''''''1''f1''iP !
what he could read. Then he went
_0' railroads is that they discriminate in E :
away. The boy did as he told .
was --
,. favor of large Industrie as against
and the white letters turned into a '

'i.f:j. ; small It is ones.also generally understood that beautiful words: blue. They formed these I Solve the Servant 1 I t :

:1 :" railroads have in the past been guilty .... ,
"Do a kindness to some one every ...
of the grossest discrimination in favor ---I

I. :; of large cities as against communities day.The prince made use of the secret 1 Girl .-4t !
of less commercial Question
importance, especially and became the happiest boy in the P

. : where the latter have not enjoyed realm. ....
5 the advantages of competition. .-..

. &..' Indeed the railroad policy of the pastIf Cured When Others Failed.S. f2 \ by putting Wickless Oil Stove in the kitchen.

It can as yet be truthfully called A. Ingalk, Crown Point, X. Y., You can keep a girl then. No fire to build in :: 1 t
past-has been to build
and down small up 'big towns writes: ")1V wife suffered from kidnetroule \' 0:: the morning. No wood to chop. No coal to ==
. pull ones. The highest : for years. She consulted several l a
i: priced managers have been those who physicians and tried a number of kidney } S carry. No ashes to worry about. No soot on ::: ..

' could most successfully manipulate Clues: without getting relief. She was induced .::.. pans. It makes play of housework. The S ,

f' rates, maintaining illegal contracts to try Foley's Kidney Cure and in p.. -... .
'. with large shippers without detection less than a week after she began using it, 0- 1 j -

r while permitting smaller shippers and sIte was greatly i in proved and three bottle Blue

r smaller communities to be absorbed by ? cured her." B. II. Wilson & Son. '' W. kl ess !

favored rivals. The policy of building Flame
, up sections and industries that have The First Impreaslon. ---- -.
% The children of the desert were filled it
: long languished is certainly a
ewith awe when first the silence of thee I
i Oil
innovation and will be watched with in Stove -.3 5
primeval solitude broken the
terest. If successful it will no doubt b o. -.3 5
lulling of the steam engine Down at o- l '
t generally adopted, as railroads are proverbially t -
the other end of the Cape to Cairo line f -
f prone to follow leaders, and anew : is make 3
to than
the simple Matabele, when first confronted doing more housekeeping easy
t- and better field thus be found
may by a locomotive, were certain :: \ another stove in existence. Absolutely safe. ::S
for the employment of talent now : !/ 5
that the strange machine was worked :: Burns ordinary kerosene oil. Bakes broils boils
wasted In rate manipulation, more or .... ZS
y'., less scientific, to be sure, but generally jy the labor of an indefinite number of :: roasts, toasts-does anything that any other stove 31 .I
oxen which they assumed, were shut
disastrous in the end. up: inside; hence when the engine stop- :: will do, and many things that most stoves can'tdo. "

In the adoption of its new policy the pt'd they gathered in curious crowds Sold wherever stoves are sold. If your. dealer 5
railroad in question does not tot
t propose
waiting to see the door open and the .:..:. docs not have it, write to qg '

oxen come out, nor could they for many .
days be persuaded that the power of ..... 4

the than locouiothe the strength could of the come ox. from The Arabsof other :ri !" !' !!' !' !ll'lAl'LLlAA"'ll'L4tti'!' '! ',! ''lli'll"l'! ', '!' f

the Sudan, more imaginative than

the Matabele, saw in the fire horses of
lion Is Tills? I II
the railway one of the djinns of the M. M. S. POULTRY FENCE
'Arabian Nights" harnessed by the I know a-; the jim dearest, little girl; she's just as sweet

} magic of the infidel to the long trainof And I have heard it stated she is "grandma's I :
r \ cars. The steam engine was to them blessed lamb." I I \ f \ \ / \ / \ / \ / \ J' / \ / \ / \ / \ / \

6 a living, sentient being, of which be- One day she went to service in the village meeting I / \ I"'J'J'J/ \ I \ / \ / \ I'\ / \ Jl1.M.S \7T

lief there is a curious evidence in the bore; /v/wwv/ww / \/\/\/\/\/V

fact that on one occasion a sheik: made She sat 'o still and shy they called her "mother's \

L 9r an impassioned remonstrance againstthe little mouse." .
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cruelty of making so small an engine And when she went to Auntie May's;-at least, so "

draw so large: a train. 1 hate hear'l y 1/

---- ---- That little precious girl lirJ.was! tolj that she was "auntie's I I 'r tl.')'=,'\61." .....' Jki I: ,
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The Chinese ask "how is jour live l .r-- .'
instead of l'l.o\\ tl0 YOllllo?" for when the Now, cotwlioJy explain it, fur my brain is in awhirl !J 1 t".l c'f \
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the liver is active the health is _M '_ 1-
WIK good How's she a lamb a mou..ce. a bird and yet a lit \ / \
DeVVitt' Little Early Ji'I'I'S: are tle girl? I .r .. '"\.r I
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-Caheston Xcw!!. .,; : -
Free Ulooil Cure I 'r? "., / ,,'....L-': '' / // .,'
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: 1 he Eai 1e's Heart.Mr. An Oiler I'roOiig Faith to Snncrer ., '.\ l /, <"::::_=> c-----I." / '! .. .. .
i WILLIAM B. naTER. llaiiilin nirlamlV mot remit Is your blood pure"' Are you'' sore of it' Do / '- / ',- r-::: =,___.r-'>- ,'.-...'..'..... '''"\'-. /; -'''- .t I
ruts or scratches heal sl"wlv' Does your skin i '\ / / I '- /
:II subsidize: anybody or give away any \\oikis a uroutory of wefctein life, itch and Imrn' Ha'eIIU pimples? eruption>"'i i Patented July 21.1896. (TRADE MARK.) Patented July 6, IS97. :
: thin;. It will merely make investigations entitled The Kagle'f Heait. In tin aching bones ur' ei/ima. old sores'IboiK. ;
:., of natural resources and commercial ? scrofula' rheumatism' foul ieath' ca-i i 5 0 PER PPKIT QAVIWP ReqUIres no top or bottom rail and only ,'4 as oj
brilliant story" he draws a remarkably tarry are you pale: ? If:-0. purify your blood i I ULlll. OMllllUi many posts as the old style netting and makes 1I
) poitunitif and distribute such atom; picture of the ud\eiituiou& life ill at oiue with 15. 15. L'. i(Botanic lilood Balm). I| a better fence. A full line of Field and Hog Fencing:: Steel Picket Lawn Fence, .t

information as may be thus obtained cow'towns And mining settlement*, and It makes the 1.loulpun' and rich' heap' every |I Gates, Posts, Rail, etc. Write for full particulars. i!
where it will do the mot good to the sore and gives a elcir smooth, healthy skin.Deepseated .
how phase of the airsm's-iit
e\eiy ? e\ ca-e* like ulcers cancer eating UNION FENCE CO. DeKalb III. k
inh'l'l'stl.tllHlhlic and to it t'lf.0 ,
special i>ten rates or fai-ilitk-s arc promised, absorbing love stoiy is skillfull} ly cured I hy H. h. B, nude especially fur all

and no attemptsill be made to intro woven into the fabric of peril! and ad-l obstinate Minid and skin troubles IJ. 15. B. I
due industries not adapted to natural venture. drains the poison and liuiiiur out ot tin lil
purroundiiiirs.. The scheme is mainly The KagleV; Heart, superbly illustrated and {.'ntin''lII
educational and will be conducted on b)1 I'. I HairNon IVher will brain in fail. Thoroughly testul for :31 j ears bold at I '
lines similar to those so snccessfulladopted The Put for June K drug stores at ?1 per large liottle. 6 large lit I
Saturday Kveiiin
> ties 'full treatment 8.1. Re bottle1 I
) sure the ALL TOE: GOLD
I by the government agricultural
and the numbei-
run summer read IJiitanu- BI department and is susceptible to of the magazine.I'nless ; lest it, a trial bottle given away absolutely F IN KLONDIKE:

much deu'lopiueut. -.-- -, fre('. Write for it. Address. P.LOOI HAUl :| ,
.\ couple of southern railroads have CO. Atlanta. G-i. Write today: Describe '
food is digested quickly it will!! 'I _3 7 ,
trouble and free medical advice given. ; could biiv no K tier. more "
appointed horticultural agents to showfU1'll1l'rs ft'rml'ntlId irritate the stomach alter Call on J. 15.Scre\en; Ti hl\'ill I'. Fla. fur '.."S' :.-". ) can'fi.U\! ,,:0,1 an ur,it. Jj j
how to raise fruit, anti a specially each meal take a teaspoonful of Kodo l B, 1:. B. 1 1:'fuc'_. ; ''. ;,SS/:,,! ronstructf il i m:'r< HII ,
S : t--jolne
lig"ntly 1'hed
enterprising line in the south receutly Pys-jieps-i.i Cure. It digests what ton eat I ".... ...,......-.' than 1900< i110Jd< .1.
.. sent thorouhhretll.ulls throughout and will allow you to cut all joti need of tWJr" i

the territory which it traverses to what yon like. -It never fails to cure the W 1

! stimulate lire stock and dairy inter worst ease of d) pepM.i. It is pleasant Secret of Beautyis @ ,
to take. 15. 11. Wilson! .1 Son. Q' / \\tf'\
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ests. It is this sort of developmentthat health. The secret health is \ \ : \ \ ; '.\ ,
r the south needs, and practical aid ..,., ( \j" \ \' \ 'LA-J .j I
F I from the railroads may do much to do- Doctor Paul iibier was killed- in a run the power to digest and assimilate 3I ti [ v L..1 BICYCLES '

.i crease the public feeling of antagonism away accident at Suffern.1 of food. \j II
a quanity :
'. toward these corporations. ---- : "jusl of a b" .i J'Jn Old J

i The introduction of the policy of local 'Ill weeds grow apace." Impurities in j ourbhllIl This can never be done when 'I

, development in the east shows will also; grow unless you promptly OK \ \ PRICE $40
pel them by taking Hmxl's S.nxiittrill.i.Advance the }liver does not act it's part.Doyouknovthis c .
, faith in a section of country from i '
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i which people have for years been cml- in wage jrianhd Kansas ? 5' I t I There higher i are '.h"els I'rtc.d.wht hit' hare

: gratin There may be much wealth in : iI\ I f"cc>nomic.I ..Ii,1 CMUM. 11manufacturing
Southern railway telegraphers.
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heretofore )-
Appalachian mountain region ---, --- ---- Tutt's Liver Pill:: are an absolute i methods bale tin
undiscovered or neglected.] It is Small in sue and great in results anIX'Witt's \ .. Rambler ;: e p' >tbht
not logical to section } cure for sick headache, dyspepsia t 'for the best
! suppose that.auy Little Early Hisers, the! famous l t: I, Ramtlcrs ever hilt"We .
of country was made for nothing, and cleans the and sour stomach malaria l t a-k you tc eat, and we
the rivers and rocks of northern Pennsylvania little pills that livery H Rambler, anlvourt a '. jl-
bowels. They do not gripe. B. 11. Wilsoi ored I'-"-tt'r' ).ered BookieS
\ and southern New York & Son. constipation, torpid liver, piles, i "Jis-t ir .V.E.

doubtless contain many opportunities bilious fever biliousness
awaiting discovery. The individual or
corporation that adds to the wealth of O-A.JSTOH.IwA.the Kind You Have: Always Bought and kindred diseases.
the world Is a public benefactor and Bean tieSignature

deserves a fair share of the good things Tutt's Liver Pills

that may result. JOHN RAYMOND. of I E. B. WAGER Agent, Titusville, Fla.



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fJ t .8 THE: : FLORIDA STAR: FRIDAY- JUNE, 22, 19cQ. ",' -i ,f

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W. 4 HUGHLETT, M. Dn L.T.DANIEL; Mr. and Mrs: T. A. Robinson were in MELBOURNE'STATE BANK-{ apltal$15- pOT ; ; -

D. 'D.'S.-Offices over The Indian River Cocoa Sunday. 000. J.H. Phillips, president; E. P. Branch, flavor and firmness to .
r z Drug Co'a stores,the leading Drug establish- cashier. The only bank on the lower river
10' F- ment of the Indian river country. Miss Celia Mathers left Tuesday for her and the pineapple region of Brevard county. :
home in Oveido.A all fruits. No good fruit :
*.'. s. F. TRAVIS & CO.. Exclusive Wholesale EAU GALLIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1
I-* Grocers, carry the largest stock of General number of our young folks attended &GAHAP4.l
i a' Merchandise on the east coast.of Florida. a dance Saturday night at Hardeeville.N. HODGSON BROTHERS. Dry Goods, Ship be raised without
a* Can meet all competition. Write for prices. Chandlery, and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and can
tj 7 M. McIntosh, F. E. C. Ry. operator! fittings, Clothing Paints and Oils, Groceries. :: :
WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Em- at Cocoa, was In town several days this .' Marine railway steamer for charter. Potash.
and Sewing Machine -
balmer. Bicycles supplies
week. in Ptt and United States
-,... .Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairingof FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.C. practice Courts.
Every Description., Agent for Beveridge Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Brown, of Titusville,, Fertilizers containing at least l

r Steam Cooker. are in town for a few days, visiting ,Mr. P. PLATYS Physician and Surgeon. I
FRANK LIPP-Practical: Shoemaker. Forty and Mrs. T. A. Robinson.Asa Calls to any point on the river, promptly 1 --'- I
- /,\.*, years experience; all kind of repairing for Eden answered. Fo t Pierce Florida. 8 to 10% of Potash will give
left ,
done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's Chancey Abstracts Of Title famished land tin
fe shoes made to order. where he has accepted a position with EAU GALLIE.* best results on all fruits. Write Brevard and Dade counties.

'c FOB GROCERIES and Fresh Meats call on Henry Whipple, at that place. Mrs. A. Bottsford entertained Monday

or write to E. C. Johnson Cocoa. Mrs. F. R. Veomet and daughter, May, evening.The which -
k F for pamphlets ought
t R. L. ,MOTLOW Fine Wines, Brandies, left Sunday for Middle Florida, where Rochester is again in our harborin our '
Whiskies and Liquors of all kinds. Special they will spend some time with relatives a new coat of paint. We have a large list of lands owned.
attention given to mail orders. to be in every farmer's library. by ourselves and clients.
: COURTENAY. The trees about the Gilbert cottagesare
:' : t THE TRAFFORD BAKERY.-First quality being hoed and fertilized.
-. Bread, made of high grade flour, sent to any John Miot was in town Wednesday- They are sent free. Prices for Unimproved Lands : ",
The Canaveral carried free excursionto
i :: address; also never-failing home-made yeast ter cows. a
!J cakes. Ice Cream every Saturday. Oceanus Saturday evening.
.1 H r Several of our folks are attending the GERMAN KALI WORKS, $3.00 to 100.00 per acre.
: GOTOJ. M. SANDERS The Old Reliable Miss Susie Johnson, of Melbourne, was
Indianola this week.
y' revival meetings at Nassau St., New York.
,1 I' ,*. Store for good fresh and reliable goods the guest of Mrs. Bottsford Saturday.The 93 .t
such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, M. S. Sams and T. H. Sanders were en- We have a few . .tf
Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. joying the hospitalities of Jacksonville Silver King carried Mr. and Mrs. KOSKLAXD.Miss f

t' ;: .: JARVIS HOUSE Open all the year round. this week. Frank Houston and family to Sebastian S. Morrow of Sebastian, is visiting Residence, Orange Grove and Pins- 1 !
: !j.:t \ Pleasant location facing the river on river Tuesday.The apple properties In desirable loca 1
Mrs. T. H. Sanders and daughter, Miss Mrs. H. D. Rnffner.
Rates $2.00 day,special terms by '
J I"* front. per Kathleen towed the well driving lions. Prices
'* ... week month. Jessie, and Mrs. John Field were guestsat
the or
; outfit of Near & Taylor from Tropic to Miss J. Goode, Melbourne, is visiting I
the house Monday.
poor Eau Gallie Tuesday.The Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Moore.A --1 t
Frank Harper has a fine crop of corn,
mr c COAST.r
> Canaveral left for points the
and Thomas Doffern has raised so mud up chicken snake got into Mrs. Ruffner'i
,. that the merchant has had to drop his river with a load of crate material, house and swallowed both of her canary .

,t h, : Brief Mention of Minor Matters Occurring prices. shingles, etc., Wednesday.The birds. TITUSTOLE and MIAMI.

;,:t': at Our Neighboring Towns. Lizzie, with a party on board, I
sick folks-
We are pleased to note the Mr. A. E. Campbell is in :Melbourne
i COCOA. Mrs. J. H. Sams, Mrs. Grant and D. J. went to Melbourne Saturday evening, for a while, having worked his grove here
in the social dance.
and Mrs. F. W. LaRoche-are on the taking and done some repairing on his wind- EAST COAST MEAT MARKET

[ :, J. N. Chakerof Lotus, was in town road to recovery. Near & Taylor have completed their break."Woman's.

t Saturday.'t'. Will Norwood and Emmet'Field, in well contract at Tropic, and are preparing G. F DUREN Agent, I

I t John Bryan, their cart, were in town Sunday; also to sink one at a point north of this w

>'. town Saturday. Barnes Sanders was riding out with a place. Workis
i miss in his fine new S. "K. Watts and Mrs. Watts have returned -
t in Cocoa and Rock- popular young
Sheriff Brown was FIOPIdd
; phaeton, and Sam Sanders looked lone- from a trip to Boston and other Never D II' land
I I ledge: Wednesday. some in his buggy alone.KOCKLEDGK.. points, and Mr. Watts is again at hIs one. '

.. L. S. Andrews was a passenger south post as station agent at this point. Mr. '

i : ,. last Friday, returning Saturday.S. Hatch, who was here during the agent'sabsence The constant cafe causes sleeplessness, \1lfesterak \ .

has to Rockledge awaiting loss of appetite, extreme nervousness, and
was transacting The sunsets are most gone
B. Symmes, of Courtenay, gorgeous.Mr. further orders. that tired feeling. But.1 wonderful t If eats
0 business in town Tuesday. J. D. Almond has the banner
? ., Miss Hattie Near left for Phillmore, N. I change comes when Hood's SarsaparHLis of all
of Sharpes, was attending melon patch. ; taken. It rich blood good !
I Captain Sharpe, Y., Wednesday, after a pleasant stay in gives pure
t to business in town last week. Miss Fern Gibbs, of Melbourne, is the Eau Gallie. Miss Hattie has made a host appetite, steady nerves. Kin 1 1I
f II guest of her friend, Miss Vera Hibbs, at .
of friends here, and if she return next
of Lotus was in town
J. N. Chalker, ,
I .. this this week.
: Monday night en route home'from Titus place, winter she will be accorded a most hearty I
ville. Mrs. E. C. Cook was among the worshipers welcome. Mr. Alex Near will set up his
r from Rockledge at the quarterly bachelor quarters again after his aughter's Titusvllle, Florida.
J. F. Wooten left Monday for Jackson- .
meeting in Cocoa Sunday.A departure.
ville to attend the Democratic state con
vention. beautiful rainbow spanned the rive HENRY B. TOMPKIXS, President,
from northeast to southeast on Monday MKLBOUUNK. THOMAS: P. Dr."cir. i. Cashier, r', I
o Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hilliard, of Tropic, evening, and it was twice reflected in the Mr. Charlie Bolton is here taking our SPECULATION I JAMES D. BAKER, A&Vt.: Cashier.the I

... were passengers np to town Saturday by sky. census.A I
\ the Silver King. is the short road
Anyone finding a cap to a bicycle pedalin number of strange faces on our toWEALTH National Bank of
tf To the great satisfaction of the people Cocoa or Rockledge will confer a favor streets the past week.

,t." the mosquito crop this season so far has by leaving same at the Rockledge poet- Miss Susie Johnson returned home for the few, the broad

.ti been quite shrrt. Saturday from Canaveral.Mr. road to ruin for the State of Florida J:

left Monday .
G. S. Hardee, of Rockledge, -
Mrs. G. X. Hatch entertained the pre Herbert Conkling, of Tillman,
for the pineapple belt to buy pines siding elder over Sunday, while Mrs. G. called of his Melbourne friends -- -
on some safe to invest in CAPITAL $100,000.00. i
1 j li for a northern firm. S. Singleton did the same honors for Rev last Saturday. is a speculation our ii i

R. K. Mim, of Bonaventure, drove up Mickler. Desitnated<< depository of the State of Florida !l
f to Cocoa Saturday, bringing a wagon Lumber has arrived at last and work Miss Jessie Goode has gone to Rose- SHOES AND OXFORDS i<< and of the City of Jacksonville. Solicits I
P and land, where she will visit her aunt, Mrs accounts of all classes and offers every facility i
load of watermelons cabbages. has been resumed on tne New Rockledge,
Men's $1.25 to $3.50 consistent with ;
L. C. Moore, at Ercildounelnn.Mrs. prudent banking. Recognizing -
The work came to a standstill for a few the needs<< of that clsss who accumulate a !
Crabb and $2.50
S. S. Jon, C. W. S. P. Ladies' $1.25 to .
| days for the want of it. Frank Fee, Mrs. A. S. Fee, Mr surplus we will allow interest on time de
Taylor caught 94 fine bream in about and Mrs. Geo. Brown, Editor: Charlie Misses $1.00 to $1.50, posits. We invite attention to the statement I
three hours last Friday at Lake Poinsett. Mr. Joe Wilkinson, of Palm Beach, arrived Malabar Children's 50c. to $1.00. below condensed from our last official reportto
Oalin and wife visited la-t Sun-
the honorable controller of the
Monday and is renewing his acquaintances currency: !
I J.1.. Sanders has returned from aweek's and good fellowship with his; day.Mrs. Furniture, Dry Goods, CONDENSED t :
I trip to his Hobe Sound pineapple L'mradams left [ for
old friends. Joe is always welcome. Monday STATEMENT OP CONDITIONAt I
farm to superintend the shipping of his Faust Melbourne where she will :
spend Mattings.
I, fruit. Frequent showers, accompanied by close of bu in'sspriJ 26, 1900.
vivid lightning and heaven's sometime: in Mr. J. II. Phillip:! seaside I
artillery, CHAS. A. GARDNER Titusville, Fla. RESOURCES.Loans It
The stay-at-homes are enjoying the are pubhin:; forward vegetation and enlivening cottage.Mr. .
O most delightful weather these days- and discounts .$$243,073! II
the spirits of the people. A very Joe Wilkinson, of Pompano, was -

what the go-a ways miss by leaving the heavy rainfall occurred on Sunday after- the guest of :Mr. )It. \\". Goode i and Don't Overdrafts----------------United States Iwnds_______ 35,000.00 1//

climate behind them. __________
noon. family from Saturday until Monday, Premium on U. S bonds 232.37 ; j
The Canaveral made the trip from Eau when he left for Rockledizu to visit old! I'onds, stocks and securities113,9GOAt) '
Mr. and Mrs. R. Frank Hatch
returned Pay Banking Louse, furniture and Fix., 4 U 17.02 ;
Gallie to this place Wednesday, and will, from Eau Gallie on Saturday and left on friends. Other fl'a1l'.tate owned---______ 6,700.00
we understand, hereafter make regular sunday for New Smyrna. Mr. Hatch is Our young people han started the 5Cel1ts Cash in vault--------------------- $0,733.02
Hue from banks and U. S.treasurer 53,491.2
Eau Gallic
runs from to Courtenay.Joe .
y acting as general supply man in the telegraph Summer Swimming club, meeting one

Wilkinson, formerly of Rockledge, offices along the F. E. C. road day each week at the end of the city ;+i11,3t n.MLLtIlILITIES. "

but now of Pompano, Dade county, was while the agents and operators take a dock where the bath home i::. All ate per paper for Needles) when we ;

{ visiting relative and friends here and in vacation. invited. sell FIVE PAl'EKs; .\ NO 1 Capital .stork .--...$100.000.00 I If

! i Rockledge for several days the past Miss Sallie :Magruder returned from herrolonged Last, Friday night Capt. S. A. :Martin[ NEEDLES) eight: lark needles f Surplus and profits, .------- 28.1 2tiS I II I Ii
week. > visit to Fort Reed with herBrother's took the following) party to Mellxiunie! and two embroidery needles for I Circulating notes. 33,000.00; :
only 11 to
CI'.Ms! prepaid you. I Dividends uncalled for---------- 200.00 :
|j Fishing is the fad nowadays; not the family, bringing with her for a Beach on a turtle hunt: Misses Helen OrM-mlns your name and address + KHN\ payable: :None j
r 'i professional rod and real kind, but the visit her niece and two nephews. Mi-h [illl'rIullil': Crown, Jesse Goode, and we will "t')1I1011 !:> !I Deposits--------------------- 451 1K3.H3 !

old-fashioned school boy hook and line, allie is one of Rorkledge's most esteemed Mo/ell William-: Mattie Hoke, Sadie canes them at of 10 needles rout. jn'rr.iMreturn prepaid. Sell I I $ l-I.566.51 {i

with a big long 1 jwle! a strong line and a young ladies and was much missed during Iloke, and Messrs.( John Nicholson, Fred u-the nx-ney when sold I< gourd full of bait. her absxmcu. Fee, LouiLymnn, J. A. Hoke, Jr. cure a Ukt. solid gold ring free: I
fir a lim' ;.:uaralltt'\11 watch. Return !
4 When salt water fishing grows monot- The Emily Johnson Memorial society' OAK II 1 1.1.. unsold ;':\10,1 l-. Address ;i Hodgson Bros.,
met at the i&idtm-e of Mis.:
onous tho ardent east coaster C. W. Harrison -
goes away Miss: Xettio Cmitant is spending a fewdan JOHN KORB & CO. i GISl.1tl1.
the flat John'slakes Thursday, the L'lst in t. it
across woods to the St. beingthe with Miss[ [ Howe I
and there lures the gamer bream I anniversary of Miss John oll'S biithTHie ; :; May (na: E:. Main !St.. : (' >'XT ... !

i from their watery lair.Some members contributed the amountof Walter Hull[ of Iaytona, made a short Slaughterville, Ky. I Eau Gallie Fla.
their ages to the came of missions. visit at J. :S. liaine.-; last week. I

miscreant attempted to enter the After the meeting was over of at II. sI .
they adjourned Asa 15. 11'ing, Bayard, wa
' residence of G. JHardee :Monday night to decorate the grace of Miss( .JoIUl-on I arke r's for a. few days last; week. : Dry Goods, Clothing
by cutting the screen from the window
) with flowers-a beautiful tribute to the
Mr. Monison Lewis and daughter have HOOTS I.Ml SHOTS!
and crawling in, but the attempt threw life of the loved one. ,
some glass jars to the iloor, the noise of been in tuwn.11,1 have taken thecen-ii-. IKIHI. iisi:. (. Git'ERIUS

r which awakened the family, and when FOR 1'ILOSi-:tUTINJ.1'rTOUN1:1'. )Ht-nry[ C. Wright, who has been away I U\TN IM> OIKS, E/I'C ,

:l light 1 was struck the ra-caf left. To[ the voters of Brcvard county: nearly two year<, has returned and is !Uraiu Launch for ('Itai"tci'. t

.. S. S. Jones and S. P. Taylor made a I hereby announce myself :1l candidate visiting hipatent..-.

trip to Lake Poinsett and connecting wa- for prosecuting attorney fur the county of Our) adored jfople have a M-hool at ,....FOK.....

teis of the $Johns this week, returning Ircvard, subject to the action of the Dtinoratic la-t, with J. R. Wiggin; as teacher, and! A Shave and a Hair Cut

' with HiS pounds of fine black' bass, county convention. If I am nominated the children seem well pleased. N4xxzx _

which they took with hook and line. and elected I ,will do my; duty.JAME'; E.. ANnnEets.rwuwdvwwww4. :\lr. and I MiH.. .\. :Sununeralleie ...!",'T"....

i' Having a far they kept every fish alive over from 1'ldora! Friday, and Mrs.! S. Carruthers' -- --
'I4 and in fine condition, and disjw-ed! of remained until :"smday morning with \

r the entire catch to local fish dealers: at a :Mrs.: F. W. l P.riht.MN ; ......Barber Shop

''i good price. : !' Brook-l Curry who ha been in 1' \111'- but experienced j ;
SuptSang was in town Friday meet Summer coins Ufoigi.i; for the part few months, has:! returned nu'n employed and perfect | patisfaction LUIJ.D.T. ,
: guarantee'........
and will the i
of the Florida, spend
the building; committee proposednew to : THE RISING GENERATION .

school building. The committee are noted for hanging on. sumutertaithe1 Iw\ch opposite: Daytona a- \M'11 a> tin liftt ni ..lit' wi'l'!l In, !"tt<'and I.. ("-\RRt'THtR, Proprietor.Dr. .
_._ ,
Dr. --- if tin I'm'1 t PI-M ot'a'ittlt'! of tin- : -- -
organized by electing; Hughlett They weaken your throat [roller :ii ?' ;
member : \ tI kiln Ie- Eruption: g4HIl rather tll\l1: fret 'i.ii' Ii of the ill.lilli-n'nt.
i chairman, the other being A. ;a and lungs, and lead to i I .- llouhtoli'sH'loatiiit
.V L. Hatch and Win. Stihng. Preliminary serious trouble.Don't Are grand, !but skin eruptions rob life of Groceries and Fresh Meats | Belltnl.\llal.tmellts
were made, and a general 'kll'n> Arnica Salve cures them;
arrangements trifle with them. IIf superior quality HW not ncearilyespensire. J
understanding was had as to the kind. : also old, running; and fever sores, ulcers, Our good N.iic t,u",.Brutevery article :) ON THE . .
of building to be erected, etc. =- Take Scott's Emulsion at boils, felons corn; warts, cuts, bruises, i i-injj the U'st, of it- kind v'"t pric--. are not :,
once. It soothes, heals, burns scald chapped hand, chilblain higher, and in ;;nun' <';.IM > not as hiuh as those '
, r and cures. lest[ pile cute on caith. Drives out pains barged for mlerior :mnMl-: I DENTOS
W.\ Ttl
and ache-! Only) 2) cK a box. Cure --
,t: Men to cut cross ties. Call or write, : 50c. anjl. druggists. :uarantl'll.Ouhl: by B. )R. WilsoiuV Son. E JOHNSON, I Now AT )

Contractor, Box 200, Roseland, Fla. liuggists. .). COCOA, FLA. PALM BEACH.




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; THE FLORIDA, STAR:. FRIDAY, JUNE: 22,. 1900. 3 ;

iASHIIGTONON S NIiS'OBI MERITS tell you some' things that he doesn't' Shepherd, who In 1871 was the prime .

know' and no human being would dar. mover In' not only changing the form Florida East Coast Ry.. i
try td tell ,
you what the next session of government ,but in redeeming the
History. of the Glty', :Ideal, Government will, do, rl.nd .so to.avoid conflicts"'and from
city an obscure
muddy village
'and, IU. .,Pie.entForm.. keep on safe ,ground I 'am trying to and establishing the present grade for .

>,; "' ':, Special correspondence of The Florida Star! write something about" Washingtonwhen streets, the sewer system and pavements SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down.) ,(Bead Up) NOBTH BOUND.

f ; I w ASIIINGTO y, June 19. With 'congress congress Isn't In It which have made the present No.39 No.iS NO.TS! No.t I tTi

'!;, adjourned, most.of the members Most of the show places of Washington development possible." .p-.5 easy Daily Davy STATIONS. Daily Daily exSu a

.. l gone to their homes In other parts of: of have this at various:times been treated The railroads ha'fe.been caught up in l5 SO I 405p 935a1045a LT.Ar.........Jacksonville.4......Ar _780p630p 1055a945a( COP

, .... the country,and a of those In correspondence, and It Is not the spirit,of progress' which prevails in 0 ....... St. Augustine .t.....LT p 03
: many fie Intention now to describe >Hri 3 Zip ll)50a Lv.......St. Augustine .......Ar 6 lop 940a
' : .> connected with the executive branches any Washington. During the past year an f4 &C"4 557p 1124aIl40a ......> d 0 Y'
:-.' of the government away on vacations' large portion of them in detail. It is agreement has been reached with the = .p Slip: Ar'......East Palatka......_.< 525p 8 & P O

Washington! the of the city in a more general way thatI Pennsylvania and the Baltimore and h .004 02: -d4up 12uia Ar...........palatka.......:...Lv -aUOp -82tat! .o... Sbd : ?'
wears t '
}:: garb and has' would now treat. ;.t 35Up 11 loa LT...........Palatka..... ....Ar Slop 910a84oa re.0 : '
the Washington has Ohio roads whereby they will :J
ri : appearance of other ,large and for removeall 05 O = : Ar.......... ateo..Lv 120& O y > ,
*"t; beautiful American cities, with this years aptly borne the name of grade crossings and build terminal E-t r.ff:. 0 720p1140a: .Lv..:...... SanMateo.........Ar 935p .,.... I : .-:l:j.

:,{:0-, difference, at least in the of the the City of Magnificent Distances and facilities which will be abundantly 1tf W E-t 7)p.. Lv.......East Palatka........Ar 525p .. S 2
'; ... ,: eyes with equal justice It could now be called adequate to take of the J.4 102p: .. ...........Ormond........... 40:?p 716a 0 +. tm
average Washingtonian that It is more care large o 114p If ...........Daytona........... S51p 7 Ma tr
F' beautiful than any of its sister the City of :Magnificent Parks, for no crowds that so frequently gather in the d 124p If .........Port Orange......... SUp 654a5S9& K .. j-
' cities. city in the country excels it in this city at inaugurals and other such W d 82Gp 145p ........New Smyrna........ ". S 20p 634a : '
t' Naturally thjpopular; idea of the par- E-t .. ... ... CO
na- ticular. a 851p 206p .Oak Hill........... 300p ; T .
Most of the streets are lined times. m 93up 243p ..........Titusville........... ** 225p 53Ua r "
with beautiful shade trees, and the Verily Washington the nation's M CI) = ....-. SUp" .........City Point......... 155p ...... IO >
capital .... tIJ ...... 319p ...........Cocoa........... 14ip ...... a *
2 'I/f//a', park effect from this cause extends almost city is forging rapidly to the front d Jot ..... 322p .. ..........Rcekled e.......... 143p ...... ..\..
: entirely throughout the city. The and all patriotic citizens will in P:; Q ...... 3 nip .........Kau Galhe.......... u Hip ...... W aq t
rejoice I w ....:. 401p .........Melbourne.......... lOOp ...... 0 co '1
statuary of which there Is as much if this state of thtags. IS ......- 439p "...........Roseland........... 1226p1322p ...... p a.
not mere than is to be seen In any other SAMUEL HtJBBARD. .004..lo.t4... ...... 444p. .......... Sebastian.......... .4144. 0... & g ,'
CI.I: ...... 533p .. ....... St. Lucie.......... lliSia1125a ...... .of ... SBuffett .4
city in the country adds greatly to 03 ... ...... 540p' .. ..........Fort Pierce........ ...... CD of "',,
its beauty. O ...... 6 Dip .. ........... Tibbals ........... 11 04a ...... .. eta
While BACKACHE should never be neglect E-4 E-t -.... .. 605p61ip If ............. Eden ............ HOOa ...... (!) .
Washington has been growing ed. It means kidney disorder which if CQJ ..... ". ...........Jensen.......... 1u52a ...... 0 't'
in possibilities as a city of residence J O ...... 62Hp ............Stuart............ M I045aI0l4a ...... "1 _v" .'
allowed to run too long, will result in 0 ...... 650p ? ........Hobe :Sound........ .. CDI M p ,,
'. very rapidly of late years there have Bright's disease, diabetes or other serious S ..... 103p"< ........West Jupiter........ 10 Ka ..ff..,". 0 .
been many and radical changes in the and often fatal complaints. Foley's Kid- fH .. 736p802p ". ......WestPalm Beach..... 92l& ...444 =
residential I ...... .......... Boynton .......... 9 Oil ...... t l',
portions of the city. For ney Cure is guaranteed for kidney dis ...... 811p .. ............ Delray ........... 853a u.... "1.. 4 .:
example no further back than the order. B. II. Wilson & Son. .02-.4 CQ ...... 85111J .....Fort Lauderdale...... 806a .44444 =:s 3
'. ki seventies McPherson ...... 94.'p9iOp .........Lemon City........ 1:1a 444444 3 t
1 square was the W ... Ar ..... .. ..Miami..L'9 7 loa ...... :. !
northwestern boundary of the city and Special Hates via Southern By. Parlor Cars on Trains aj and 78. :

was also considered one of the most i Between New Smyrna and Orange a

":, important residential sections becauseof Half rates to Kansas City, l\Io.-Ac. 'i ty Junction.No.3 Between Titusville and; S anf ord. t

:.: the people who lived there and the count national Democratic convention
Nod.I !TAT10X& } : ... o.lll STATIONS. No 13:

-_ fine residences of the neighborhood.Now tickets will be sold via Southern railwayon aaPI, 104.1!Lv.. .Is e\v fcmj rna. ,Ar,1 l.ttp tfl5p i uia Lv........... TitusvilJe ..........Ar L5p !I
hotels and business blocks have July 1st and 2nd, with final limit 401p1Ui/la ..Lake 13elen.Lv'U43p. : 5U5p 713a ............Minis............Lv 11.Jp: r42up1U9af
almost : II .Orange City.. 4 1.35p| 44'jp540p! 823385Ua ............Osteen........... 1157a42ipi121.i&Ar.OrangeO'yJct. I
f a monopoly of the section. Thisis July 9th, inclusive. Southern railway ; 120011 .........Enterprise.......... M 1135a 1
S' but one instance of the many offers twelve hours quicker time than All trains he' vet-ii Mw femyrna and Orange i 3Ja Ar .........q.Sanford.110Ua

changes that have taken place In the any other line. City Junction daily except :unda). All trains between Titusville and Sanford J

city. There are others Innumerable Half rates Cincinnati daily except Sunday.
:"i to 0., July 10th, Between Jack''yu le and Pablo Beach. .
some of them greater than this one. 11th and 12th: .-Account national convention I These Tune Tables show the times at which
Important and these NoJiNo15; ; bTATlON-S.! :trains may be expected to arrive: and
striking as P Y. P. I tickets will be sold .
:--=- --:- ;-=- depart from the several stations but71Sp1U3aaAr..PabloBeach.
changes have been, they are not the ,via :Southern railway at one fare for the ... Ar Lv 9lA t' 45vp730ai their a notor departure at the times I
stated w nor does the Company -
tion's capital throughout the country most interesting of Washington's experiences omul trip, final limit July IStli. Tickets MI trains between Jack.omillo and Pablo hold itself responsible for any delay or I
in the line of evolution. This can be extended to August hot by depositing Bead daily soopt JMUiday. many consequences arising therefrom.
Is formed under
the influence of the
honor belongs to the changes which with joint Cincinnati. For('*)J)y i.( I knowledge that it is the seat of national agent: J. P. BECK" 'ITH, Traffic Manager. J. D. RAHXER A. G. P. A.
have taken place in the city's form of This route is twelve hours quicker than St. Augustine.
and that it is of the _
government one
government and as it is likely that any other line. Two daily trains. Ofii-
richest and STEAMSHIP LINES. j
country's largest most
this subject is not well understood
by cial: route for Florida delegation.Half .

,'S citizens beautiful eitht cities r not is known by the or majority is general of everybody I will briefly sketch it here. rates to Ddroitlich.., August Florida East Coast Steamship Co. 'J

For the greater part of my informationon 4tli! 25th anti :2Gth.:? -Account biennial
ly forgotten. Many :
'. this subject I am indebted to Mr. conclave Knights Pythias tickets will be
think of Washington only as the place John B. until BETWEEN MIAMI AND KEY WEST.
Wight recently one of old via Southern railway at one fare for ,
:where congress meets and the president -
,. the commissioners for the District of the round trip on dates above mentioned Leave Miami Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. .........................11:00 p. In. :
resides, and few seem to care to Columbia. To Mr. Wight as to other final limit ; ;}th. Twelve hours Arrive Ky West MoncLays.WeOnesd.iys, Thursdays and baturdays................. 3:00 p. m.

..' come here during the recesses. This residents:: of the city with whom Ihave Sept. Leave KeyWettThnrsdaysand5nnday--..... ... ..,. ...........r.................... 2:00 p. m.
quicker than other line. Two .
any daily Arrive Miami Fridays and Mondays---------------------------------------------- 5DO a. m.
lack of knowledge of the capital:; not discussed the the
subject govern- trains through to Cincinnati. Tinouilileepeis
confined to those who have never visited ment of the of is the
!<' twice a day. This route has: MIAMI AND HAVANA.
the city. As a matter of fact a t
Ideal form for large cities. Up to 1871
":, bees selected by Florida delegation) of SOUTHBOUND STEAMEItS TOUCH AT KEY \VE3T; NORTHBOUND SAIL
great many persons come here when 1
the city had the municipal form of government -
: is in session and sometimes
congress such as pertains in large
stay for a week, two weeks or a longer I Leave Miami Sundays Wednesdays............... ............... .................. 11:00 p. m.
cities but it became so bad that the Had Kidney Disease ::7 Years. Arrive Havana Tuesdays and Fridays.................................................. 530 a. m.

time and when they go home know citizens organized a committee of 100 Leave Havana Tuesdays and Fridays................................................... 11:00 a. m.
'very little more than if they had remained and demanded a change of form. Acting Mr. .J. .\. Stillman, merchant of Tarnlioca Arrive Miami Wednesdays teaturdays....... ........................................ 5 WO a. m. i
at home and read their 111., writes: "Foley's Kidney Cure '
news this demand congress passeda While it is the intention of the Florida
upon io with East Coast Steamship Company to have their ships r!
wonderful It has
papers' reports of the proceedings of law giving the city territorial form meeting success. follow regular schedules as advertised, the line reserves the right at all limes to withdraw :
that have had cured some cases here that .physicians their >hip->or change their sailing days without notice, and to substitute any steamer what I
congress excepting they of government, with a representative pronounced incurable I myself am able ne'i>.iry : nor WIll the line hold itself punMble for any detention of its steamers or delay 1
a few of the celebrities in each house in This did not satisfactory its iiidc. pai'tnr .
congress. prove to testify to merit" My face tr-day -
pointed out and had a glimpse at the and in 1S74 the governmentby 11 living }jiictiiio of health;, and Folej's! .i

White House and the Washington commissioners. was tried, and this Kidney Cure ha made it such. I had !

monument.The form was made permanent in 1S7S. Of uiTeied tWl'nt\- I"'en wars with the disease -

ignorance of the people on the the three commissioners two are civilians ', and today I feel ten years younger UTHERN RAILWAY .j.jCJ
subject of Washington the city and appointed by the president and than I wonderful did one year ago.: -I can obtain I

.' not the capital, is, however, rapidly confirmed by the senate, anti although some certificates its medicallualities.
( 15. Ii. Wilson & :Sun.Worse 1
growing less, and the time is approaching there is no law upon the subject, it is

when it will be exceptional. Years the custom to have each of the two ![

:- ago it was the custom for the government large political parties represented on Still DIRECT LINE-QUICK TIMEOWASHINGTON :

., employee from the highest to the the boar The third commissioner is Scraps says that Major O'Oorinan, --TO-

lowest whose duties only required his tthen denouncing in the house of com- .
an oliicer of the engineer corps not ATLAHTA t
; in the city lluri'ng the session mon the i iniquitous }'stf'll1lntll r
S presence below the rank of captain. He is designated
to hurry off to his home in the west, i by the president to act as which one-tenth of the poor Irish BALTIMORE, BIRMINGHAM, ,

east north or. south just the momenthe the engineer commissioner. The termis Catholic peasants (>:ll"Ilin.WlIt. to PHILADELPHIA, MEMPHIS,

could get away after adjournment. three jrars. While the three commissioners support an alien church declared sol- NEW YORK, CHATTANOOGA, .!

All that is changed. The change has act as a board they assign nnnly that "the poor man was robbed CIHCIHNATI ST. LOUIS .
:- lIy; that "coursed tithe of fully ,
been gradual but it is none the less various municipal matters to one another system

.: complete. One cause of the change, and and over the details of their assignments one-tenth of his hard l'al"llinIlar.; LOUISVILLE, KANSAS CITY, ;,

in a sense a governing cause, is that each commissioner has absolute there were cases in which he had been and All Points East and West. .

_. the tenure of employment is not so control. The commissioners, deprived of as much as one-twentieth." t
transitory as it was in former times, however, act as a board in making; appointments :

;- and it is possible for the government's nUll in important matters. SERVICE LIKE THIS cx i.

"help" to establish homos in the place "This form of government i is as near WHY HE CORES THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, t

; of employment. Hut aside from this ideal a- can be deviled notwithtuid- Via
Savannah and Charlotte N. C. \
important influence is the fact that a ing the fact that it eliminates the fran Hie Greatest Specialist- of *"..e TimcCi\es a

great inunx have come to look uponWashington chise." said Mr. "'iht.; "The large Every Case Hit 1'e Attrittiou. THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, i

a- an especially desirable taxpayers arc well plcasid with it. :tI1I1tIll' Doctor I'I"t d..-''It\r li'-vi'a certain nirulior Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
heremore few of-Iudi: r,'??de, \\1111"11| III! '\ i.t.mlathawav's
of residence and remain disgruntled the
ones are
place only all' 'h ,,'I'II .It all --mi'iir.
as a flatter of choice than from who are seeking to hold some othco. fifetilttd.'I hi ;crv, canivith him mo-t carefully
a desire for convenience. In fact it This form of go\"eminent eliminates all diagunod ami.. tho exact Via Jesup. <
tNntttonufth dl.ea'edron-
Is said that the city N more than l1ulffilll'll the evils incident tn III''diou!', .ht u m dd"l1lllllf'.l. '1 Lusi THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS I
has boons from the various in othYe 1; every ca"'l' >trc.itf separately '
with does awayith dishonesty (f' und ru..hCIIII"I are idmtnlstered Via Jesup.
walks of official life, and they don't and with the various troubles that af- .> winch ar ,
/ 1"'t'li.ily! picpirwl under
because cannot in connection with .} "' Hr ilcith.ittticr iial Vestibuled Trains Pullman
stay here the\ get lliit other cities \ -J' f i'u'n -lnmb'reaehca-e. Through Drawing-Room Sleep- I

away, but because no other place on gang rule and machine politic As a _,,I '.\, -!. Sutuopecplearenffectedhyapartirnllydseasetnthe ing Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining C lrs. .

earth will suit them as a place to li\e. commissioner I came to alize the J'.1'Y '.. -amI manner. conme' ueut-

These thoughts came to me as I beauties of Washington and her magnificent (';, :'r\\I' trpiltl'.1 I) 1'0 11m in l't>the oilo| sime t-hould nay tie Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and

walked about last night and ob-encd: possibilities. The development "E even for Fame complaint.
Dr.llithinay a"I"cial. Cincinnati 0., via Asheville N. C. and Knoxville
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that everyliing looked just as it did a of our national capital is only limited ? ,",-S\kk.". i-t !in the U-$ Eenseof the ""
\ :......... \o-ii he ti'.uSiM'Cialths- through "THE LAND OF THE SKY."
mouth ago, when coiigresas in full by the appropriations which congresstrill 'S ".i:'o-niat>cwliuannprof ,
blast and that !iniprc>: collcirn 1 and h"- ntal practice and imVtry Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated \
with one so long as 11kl'l'PS out of Wahill.ton and her !suburbs with all Case proiniamlmlir'iluimcontintlyrcc'lSJv !

the beaten paths, of ollh-i.ildom. Uf their wonderful and natural nd\uu- !. tncnt lnri"- yiars the 1\\1I1<.f the mint years cxtcn-ive MUCC"Zs in connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville.

Treated. |,r.ictice enjovod hy any ?p'>ciali-t in
course things anti jnt the same up i\V sri-at ainl uniform sue-
'ti"'lnntrPr.Halhawl! Summer Excursion Tickets at low
this i'IIhn.ltal-v-tt-ni of treatment.tCIUS1YC very rates
at the capitol nor around the departincut i"ilu-> h>
buildings, but we have already' -':' yearly In -pile front of dlll'tur.hdr.I.illillll.arNuf of rt'qlll''ti tile on sale June 1 to Oct. J/, 1900. .
treatment world, a.'kue for the privilege! of
barred them in this ('olls!lll'ration. The :, :n Dr.ltt1..way': !'lU"tltl\ltlflr"atluo'ntht>Iwhereat For I'ati1SrhiMliiIe-. anti Irifoniutioti, call on or addressW.T.COSBY.T.! !
principal hotels may be included in tin el-ero.. all.. ".v none I-ul. lI.m'lf. the kntlwletlle
f Ii"r m do -n4.h" l.t.w..11 .1I"a1' IIf the lui- ; P. A..
lit of exceptions, but as a rule oiily Iud wuch Imty I. disc toy tlI'un-kIHlilu"e nf any 212 West
system.sever nli,td how IlPrfeet. Bay street Jarksoiuill.Flu.} .
the initiated rounder can toll yon who J 3loodand I Skin Ilr.II..tha"., a>'.. '. RANDALL ( LIFTUN, District Passenger: .\gt'lltSa.allllah, Oa.
t invhateverstage "
is absent from the lobby or the smoking w IJisewses. bhniIthi for.iiof ulcers,torertpiPS -, .'. M. ri LI'V.. .\. TUSK: S. II. LIAHDWICK,
pimple, (''lnnt only r<'-torettic skin Traffic Manager ien. Pass. .
Agt. As* Gen. .
room. \y ml-t'ilp t I their natural ,'olUhll"I.tJlltt) purifies t. PlSi'gt..,
Verily Washington is not a one horse !h",hl.N.1tl.ttttw diMM-> i id pi-niuii'vitlv. cora- Washington! U. C. Washington, I). C. Atlanta, Ga.
!il"tt'l drui-nfrora the '-t''m and all without
town. Its eggs are not all in one basket 1l1nllni,II'rll". polstloum or d.i'i.rt'ro,I rue!'.
Hi 11'.11 m"Ht of \aipocpp
and the basket just now off at a 'IaricocCteand an.lMnctun'i-aiJi<'th.i.l e\cln-

picnic. The big show still goes on, Qtrirture.n of all-l nn('a",.>nututdtnClwrcent s resulht III a perfect i

though one of the principal attractionshas w __ nil permanent. ciir. X,. ">p..r.iti,'.n -- r'yviredand'. Nervous ? TRY
no pun < r 1I1.n\"l'r&i..n. arc i>\:p'rierice | liv: the
been taken off for a pelt' Bridal i .d. -..t. 'fhaox|>"ii-\! of ttii-tri>itiii..ntmuch has
Hi! ,ml'iiitof' an\ oixration( hospital( or institute
parties, Hible. class excursionists and trcitmwit: ,and" l*>thaf" and Mire,r+wt--jn the
.)r_'.IIIS t.,aciind,timiof iiorfi'ct.normal health. tp 1s
lovers of the grand, the beautiful and l'r.ll.llhawayIta"jll"tprt'par/ new
the historic will tied much to interest : Kidney \1111"1IIInlI:1l1k t ,.rtluisewholrtve
nicnicnc. r"-a->n toup1'('' KidnoT trouble and
them during the recess of congress in h..will iflaillyiul free to
, everyone ho sends him hip n;mi- cud .iddrp.
r this city.This The icniaml for Dr Hath iwav's new
Hew Bookfk ..., '
:\ Vigor, Health" ban
may read like au extract from FREE.already exhansted th. fist editionof
the circular of a real estate exchangeor Al :&AM: >Ul litages UEl'li ID. i.Wiftw! hurt for a limited time a copy of + The world Famous Tonic
tins bonk will be sent free to anyone who sends his S
a summer hotel but what am I here should not be made the e<.nal In Consultation. name pr. and Hathaway address make to Dr. no I'athaway.charge 3 FOR BODY AND BRAIN

.: for if not to tell my readers something point of beauty of any city in the FREE.fnrcomelnttionandadvlceateither 1863
Since ,
his unite Of by mail. Rndorcd by' Faculty
about this great and treasured city? world and they are ;growing rapidly in J. NEWTON HATHAWAY M. D.

Your congressman will tell you what that direction. The people of Washington Dr. Hathaway&Co.. immediate lasting efficacious agreeable .

you don't already know about the recent do not appreciate what has beendone 25; Itryan JIEMION Street Tills r.U'AK WI1EX Navannah.WKFTING.Ga REFUSE SUBSTITL rES. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.o .

session of congress, and he may for their city by Alexander It.jP .,

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, may expect between the months of "Blue Eyed Billy. GENERAL DIBECTOBY.
: RETURN july and September. The hospitals are Twenty years ago William.A. Brady, 1A Florida

>1><,. ".: .. then overrun with people suffering lessee of theaters manager of traveling SOCIETIES. ETC.
r Their Places In the Philippines Will Be from rheumatism and pneumonia. The shows and backer of pugilists, was the rmiSVILLE BOARD OF TBADE-M. S. Central & Peninsular

,r Filled By Regulars. From Cuba.. percentage of illness among the troopsis billiard room boy of the Press club, Jones, president; J. M. Dixon treasurer J.

Special of The florid small. So also is the death rate of New York. The club rooms were then G. Bast, secretary. Meets second Wednes-
correspondence Star.
the hospital inmates. Forty nurses are at 119 rasslUstree and Brady was day night in each month at their rooms. Railroad

MANILA, May Preparations for now on duty and more are expected to known as "Blue Eyed Billy." He was F. & A.M.Indian River lodge, No. 90, holds

[ the returning home of the thousands arrive on the Thomas, which is billed popular with reporters and often received its meetings the second and fourth Friday
Unexcelled service from Floridato
.- of American volunteers now in service to reach Manila inside of ten days." tips from them for running to evenings of each month at the court house. all points .. .. .. ..
A. A. Stewart W. M. F. A. Morgan Setfy.
r: throughout the islands are much in ev- FREDERICK ROCKWOOD. newspaper offices with "copy." While ;

[ idence. Large stretches of land adjoining Brady was employed by the Press club CHURCHES. North, East and West.

f Manila and lying near the bay are Tetter, eczema and skin diseases yield his father died and the members sub- EPISCOPAL CHURCH.-Rev. B. F. Brown, Two trains daily between TAMPA,

quickly to the marvelous healing qualitiesof scribed to defray the funeral JACKSONVILLE SAVANNAH and
leveled money Rector. Services second and fourth Sundaysin ,
being and drained for the
Banner Salve, made from a prescription expenses. A reporter of a morning each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. COLUMBIA carrying Pullman Drawing
J' Ing of the tents of the eastward bound of a skin specialist of worldwide took much interest in Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a. m. Room Sleeping Cars cannectiug at CO.

bluecoats most of whom will be mobilized fame. 25c B. R. Wilson & Son.A newspaper young LUMBIA with sleepers forWASHINGTON
here. Additional docking facilities Brady and obtained him a job in the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Rev. John A.

office of a weekly newspaper. After Hughes pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.; ,
for the fleet of transports requiredto Little English Girl's Pets. ward Brady Went west and when he Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer BALTIMORE

accommodate the soldiers are being meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. PHILADELPHIAand
A little girl in England writes about i returned to New York he was a NEW YORK.
arranged and the war department officials
i wealthy man. The who had BAP1'ISTCHURCH-Preaching at fitusville
are confident that but little con- her pets, which are hedgehogs. Whena reporter
is disturbed it rolls itself helped him had lost his grip and Brady second Sunday in each month,morning and Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via
fusion or delay will attend the embark- hedgehog evening. Prayer meetings every Wednesday ASHEVILLE.
had a chance to show his and
ing of the men. up into a solid ball, with spines sticking eveni gat 70 o'clock. Sunday school

The time set for the disbandment of out all over which prick anyone improved it. every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Indianola on
the fourth Sunday LaGrange on the first
the volunteers is June 30, 1001. The who touches it. This is the story the Catarrh Cannot be Cured : Sunday. E. N. BELL, Pastor "Dixie Flyer" Through Sleeping Car

problem now confronting the authorities I Route between
little tells
girl : with local applications, as they cannot reach
is how to get the 31,000 soldiers of the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or ETHODIST CH URCII.-Rev.J, E.Mickler, JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUISvia '-
One last I with
day summer was Pastor. Services first, and third Sundays in
that army from the Philippines constitutional disease, and in order to cure it
my camera in the vicinity of a hay-. you must take internal remedies. Hall's each month at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; Sun- Lake City, Macon, Atlanta,
before the date named and relieve day school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Ep- Chattanooga and Nashville
field where the was being cut. Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly
them with troops from the "regulars"without grass on the blood and mucous surfaces.Tail's worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m.;
--- The hay cutters had just disturbed Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p. Making connections for KANSAS CITY,
loss of
prestige and without ] Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.It .
Mrs. Hedgehog and her babies. The m.; Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednes- CHICAGO and all points in
material disturbance of the present was prescribed by one of the best physicians
the northwest.
military organization. The districts poor little things had not yet got their in this country for years, and is a regular day at 3:00 p. m. Everybody

; eyes open. I borrowed a basket froma prescription. It is composed of the best TOWS DIRECTORY. Through sleeping-car service between Jacksonville
surrounding Manila will be inadequate tonics known combined with the best blood
house and took the whole fam- and New Orleans via River Junction -
to the demands for space, and in conse- purifiers acting directly on the mucous sur rows OFFICERS.-A. D. Penney, mayor; and Pensacola. i
quence many of the men will probably ily home. We established them in a faces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients !I. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector

box with bread and milk and is what produces such wonderful C. S. clerk and treasurer John
large a Schuyler, ; Full information application to agent
sail from Iloilo. The plaza in the: mid- any
supply of snails for the night. Xcxt results in curing cararrh. Send for testimonials Henry assessor; D. L. Gaulden. F. A. Los- of this comiauy.
dle of that city is well adapted for encampment free. ley J. M. Dixon, W. R. Knox, Jno. R. Walker -

purposes.In morning my sister arranged them whileI F. J. CHENEY Co., Props., Toledo, 0. councilmen The council meets first A, 0. )MACDOXXELL L. A. SHIPMAN,

a cable dispatch from Washingtonare photographed them-by no means an SoM by druggists, price 75c.Hall's Tuesday in each month. __ Geu'l Pass. Agt. Ass't tien' Pass. Agt. {I
Family Piils are the best.C.A.s'X'onX.A.. ,
easy matter however owing to )lrs.Hedgehog's "
statements made by Adjutant General COUNTY DIRECTORY.
and her children'sextreme
Corbin concerning the transfer of shyness
youth. In the cool of the COUNTY OFFICERS.-D. L. Gaulden.Titus.
the fighters.; Thy general says it is pro- The Kind You Have ville M. Goldsmith Titus-
evening we placed the box on its side Bears the _/ Always Bought county judge;
posed to aiaiuta' an army of 40,000 vine, prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart

; regulars in the Philippines as long as in the garden, so that Mrs. Hedgehog Signature h1 Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Wooten TE'j

'F required. To do this will necessitate could come out and remove her babiesto cf ,Cocoa, tax assessor E. W. Hall,Sharper E

/ another nest if she pleased.In tax collector John Henry, Titusville,
drawing on the troops stationed in, Cuba treasurer; J. II. Sams, Courtenay superin

: and in the United States. The army the morning not a hedgehog was PARKER'S tendent public instruction; J. 0. Fries, Ti

ri'--. now scattered among the islands has a to he !seen but we hoped they were HAIR BALSAM tusville, county surveyor; J. P. Brown, Ti. Always cheaper

t still in the garden and would appear $ Cleanses and beautifies the hall.! tnsyille, sheriff; T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange In the end than any seeds "-
strength of about G',OO(), equally divided Promotes a luxuriant growth.
again later. One hot afternoon a rustling Never Fails to Restore Gray registration officer. that only cost half as much. r
; between regulars and volunteers. c. Hair to its Youthful Color. Tested true to name, fresh and '
; in a flower bed attracted our at $tlt- Cures scalp diwascs & hair feting COUNTY COMMISSIONED.- K. Walker. ,
.. All of the latter ave to be mustered out idc.and jlwotIU DruITlstI reliable. Always the best. Ask -
', tention. On discovered Titusville,chairman. H. Sharpe, Sharpes;
looking we a ! i, on the appointed date at the place of Jos. Mendel JLO. Houston Eau ttor t
I small LaGrange; Write for 1900 Seed Annual .f
hed 'IIO the
.( picked
r; their original enlistment. In order to To PATENT Good Ideasmay Gallie; J. N. Waller, Ankona. Regular sessions D. ]t. FERRY" CO.,, '

accomplish this with certainty and thing up. and it promptly rolled into a I be secured by are held first Tuesday in each month. Detroit, Mleh. ;

ball. Its !'pi1wH're harder than before our aid Address, ---
wIth little embarrassment
; the movement -
but still not nearly so hard as itsmotI1t'r' THE PATENT RECORD, COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. Dixon,
< is to begin early in Novembernext. Baltimore Md. Titusville; S. F. Gibbs, Melbourne R. E.
''',. As was the "use with the volunteers but its nose had grown pointed Subscriptions to The Patent Record $1.U0 per annum. Minis, Bonaventure.

like hers and it two
now possessed
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for the Spanish-American war,

they will be taken kume, so far as possible bright little "yt:'!':. I fetched a saucer Experts Baffled.Real ';." .. .- ..; .. : ......... .. ; .,. .. .' .. ; .....:.. .'...- ,:. .... .. ." ; ...
of bread and milk, and it seemed very : .' ': ._ : I .. '.: .: .: '. -:. ..... :. ... : : .- .
in thi order of their .,';: ': :. ; :: ::: : : .. : : : :
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the United States. thirsty. We had been having a spellof Diamonds are no better qi'.. .: :. ..i'..:. .. .:;. ... ..... .. ... . ', .'.... .. .'.?. ..... .. .: ..:: .

: The fulfillment of this task will tax dry weather, so I expect both food for all purposes than theGenUUe : : :-

and drink had run short. After this (!i 1
the transpo'tl'l'"ke; to its utmost. A ;
sufficient margin; of time however, will we were frequently seeing hedgehogs; ,

.. big and little the young ones often by :: : :
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Wheelmen I
J/) r-\ day. but their mother only in the even .. :
( ( ) ing. When the autumn frosts began:; ...:.' l .: :.....
; I ) Barrlos .0.; choosr Ramblers because they have tone ,:;, '.'
t one hedgehog came indoors and took ::' d .ind style. a- \\cll as all good points which ,,.: "
A/ : ..: to make wheel of : .:::
up its abode in the kitchen fender. 4iouIJC1) I po up very highest .
: ;. '. trade. The latest models of ." .
"-; J 1I.IIJI'rn Here it remained: about a fortnight;: (I' "...." \ :.: : ;:.

Iklt- partaking of bread and milk! and then D ", r.L:\ !, ......:,....

; went out again and made a warm net: I
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->--': ---..J..... N' -1". 'II." !" ,_! under some dead leaves in a rockery. "VVe are the ole! a;I'nt3 In the United
JI' 'If 1 la I I Stutffor t.e-! mir\i'iiou semi'iHinuuaMuii"S
;'?' .;,}J ti.. 'I. We of little 11m
:iI hope to see more our prickly -
.... to'nuillt'
1 I. "'.'''' ,.j() 7' :A! .. wlnYH arc the II MI> ->t api'tiMi'li .
'. ",' ..:;.P ;,. v.,;";., 4. Ud I friends now the warm SiH"ill"t':1 t h. ( \ Ili.tlllontl ever IIM-I.\cred. For 'iliepurpose t.
: 4 :i.on. '1!" :Z" ot iJitnxItirmi them quickly to .he
.," 1It':= ("'.L .' 'f .9 '" /" er has come again.-New York Tribune. public \\e will forward eitltdrIItI .. .. : : f BICYCLES ..:.

; ;::. 'l't1. ;;.: --: ., It'a \ : i ; J =::
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.-5--; ; ; J..i""? YfU NEVKE laD tlf I'll IIKUI.V great CllUSelsewhere '. .. .': 1..1 .:. .
J .Ho = : : ; are the l>e"t built wheels the .
; $ = very on mar-
... 'f' -_ >.. as those ttritol h y Howl's Saixilurilla : .. -. .' WW'y kit last. ..:..
f- :;- -; V to-day. They
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; ,' --- did! you? It is America's (j iieatestMiiikine ( \ .
:', "It- '.,' ". and pus'essfM> incut unknown IJ:, j-\ :, : %7 .'. : : The good reputation pained by the ,.:,.I .

.. ..,) ..: ,$' -_- other i rti>arutkm. It is a \\uiideiful in\ij-i 1711/11 i; ''. *". Kainlilt. builders during their 21 year; :. ..
II !< ;;.r.. orator af \ / >:r.ift fL l'XIcnl'nn': makes the K.unblcr a 'afe and .' :.
( IiI/11 / profitable investment for both the ." .
'-: Ji/ / iioMceand .
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?; ; -.p-.et1 i Sick headache is cured by Hood's Pills. 23e.: \\1\ / : I will posted vvhril I bu>ir. : .

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:;"i ?,, '.l ,1'': Going Hack tc1 heir Needles.There -; :! RAMBLER PRICE $40f.:
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--.b"}.", ''r- ::,- seem-to be a revival interestin ., :::: :.,...... Ask for' just vf .'1.;;..'' twnUt, .'... ..
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PLAZA IX IIOILO. needles oik. The I.lIlil'HOllIt.( Ii'! :

be allo\vcd to guanl against any possible Journal! asked fur plioUgiai'lis: of tofapHloM .....:........... .....;. :.' ::.".;.'iv-i'v ........ .................. .... ..... ..:. ..'....':. ... ...... .. .. .. =.:......
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To do away with any immediate1! reduction almost art'tn ;i.t'!luliIi;:n'utmo literally -

of the force now under (general ,omit::. in. Tl.e judges: \vlmaauled E. B. WAGER, Agent, Titusville Fla.

11a('.lrtltur it hay been derided to [the pii/es for the best examples! ol

send regular tl'OllpOto the Philippines tbi.vaiiety of iiedlc\unk wcie )gicathMiipiicd f have need Rlpans Tabnles with so much satisfaction I have been a Brest sufferer from cocstlpatio
that I cheerfully recommend them. foroverfte Noti.lng me relief.My .
can years. gave any
as quickly as they can be got ready i at tbr arti-tic excellence ol Have been troubled fur about three years with feet aud legs and abdomen were bloated la

to take the places of the departing most of the specimens offend I:, Ht'l' what I called bilious attacks coming on regularly I could not wear shoes on my f land only a Idea:
once a week. Was told by different physicians dress. I saw Rlpans Tabules advertised out
volunteer Word has been received stork, and II|patently wry much more tbat it was caused ty bail teeth, of which I lad daily paper bouht some and took them as direct

here of the HMiance (if orders for the work, is; hendone; with the nudle/ thaneverbefoie. % e several. I had the teeth extracted but the ated.. Have taken them about three weeks and there
tacks continued. I bad seen advertisements of I* ui'h change I am not constipated any more
assemblyin the Sixth United States The Journal will haw
sev' Kipling Tabules In all the papers tut had no faith and I owe it all to Japans Tabules. lam thirty
ii' cavalry at San Francisco for transportation ; eral! paje: showing:! fifty of the best of In them but about six weeks since a friend Ineven years old, have no occupation, only my
RING PIN STUD EARRINGS duced me to try them.! Have taken but two uf the houeehold duties and nursing my sick husband.
to Manila within a few these -ofa pillow *. ,
small 5 cent boxes of the Tabules and cave bad He has had the dropsy and I am trying Rlpan
weeks. (Sm-ws IT IJr"I' I, ..itiSl no recurrence "f the attacks nave never given. Tabules for him. Ha feels some better but it will
testimonial for anything before but the gnat take some time, he has been licit no long. Tom
detachment of that
regiment is All who! suffer 1'iuin "ill'owill be glad tll UIt: GUAPMlHE amount of good which belief e has been done me may use my letter and name &you like.

to leave about June !."> and another learn that DeWi.t's Witch lla/.el :Salve! Ti-!! I' ,t..n u- are by Rlpans Tabules induct me! to add mine to tIe Mrs. HAEY GoKai.i Cusu.

shortly afterward. The belief is; that will :!in'll1t'lI\ lallt and (pcimanenl ie- $ ;, : ;giMi.mtivd to r.>- many testimonials you doubtless have in your _
f. pos.esefonnow. A.T. DJWln.:
0 I have
ino>t of the troops in Cuba can be relieved lid. I it will"'1Iecizcniat11dall skin di- 0 taiu their lutidtoie sioce I been little suffering from headaches ever
was a glrL could never ride in a
'areI't'warc of counteifelt- I:. I I"i.. : \' 'i', the mountui -
from duty in that country the 4 I want to Inform you car<>r g"into cru.dt'dIn
conclusion: of the elections which occur si'n A ::0:011.1I1''Y ;-> ai-' heavy words of highest <<.t.... ,..-..-, .+ ,.. ..,* placewtthuutgettingapraise
'": rolled! ''l:itf, anti of the benefit headache and sick at my
there June !,". In case the conditions ) EACII':-. iteil fur I have derived from I 4 stomach I heard about
justify it the retiringolunteers rain gull \\ 1111torlll were reMtted Rlpans Tabules. 1 am a ) Rr! >an>.Tahuh's from anprof"slol"nal
lice \r- and :F aunt of mIne who was
will be sent to the United :States at | from :lrio\!.: jioints in .Misouriand : : Per Pair. In this profession nurse a clear .. U. .F taILing them for catarrh

once thereafter and assigned to home Illinois doing much damage to clops.,; Earrings Are $2 bead always needed. .. ''fo of the stomach. She had

., Ktl'ans Tabules doe. It. k I .y found Biich relief from
I stations, whilt' <(< :Jovernor .J
Wood's garrisons will proeeed immediately ivy jMii-oniivj: poi.-on wounds! and all Iin lint I'lintiiuiul I4lilne; lt.irnos T'ia- m}self completely." I,.,. to take th'-m too and I
other accidental) injmii's be quickly mniitiwith -of.illi-il ISIuiiflii:iMii'j! rundown. Acting on the V I MediCures ,'" have been doing so slue.
to recruit the army in the far may -I--. i.'..inl1"--( advice of Mr Geo Bow i Family !s, lait Ootuber and will
Tuiiaorol'iei: illllt.IIIIIII Ly
east. '. carol bv it-iiur iVWitt's Witch HaelSahe. l Ih,' n.iiim.i\ lx'! l..'r-iti: :'.' IU'--i's er. Ph. 0., 5-3: Newark 'Ie I I. I' say they have completely

The soldier on the island of Luzon It i-al.-oa reitatn cuie for piles Ili.lllllllItI.a'! : "' no; loa; ,kuur. are .,Jersey City, I to,kKlpar.s : ...", : cine : the IT" ly cured my headaches.
:lull skin di-ea-e Take no other. 15.: 1 H.: C'I\IIIII" 1'1',11 Iiiitlt"Iid-t- !IiW'k> .u-1, war, Tabulei with ..: I I r" I am twenty nine yean
seem to lie enjoying better health than an-r.\il''! cut g.i! llu-oili'r \\ ill !.i-t .--iilv ,i grant result tJ old You are welcome
one would imagine from Wilson. ::ult. slit nt nine' !u.iu'-r. and -ul'ju'-i i.> withdrawal 1113 BECuIS WIIDJUS. :: > common ever}'-d ay i: to use this testimonial.Urs. .
reading 51)1111'of :
'.'. J. 1 1RIpANS Baoosltrsyt
wuhuut nutu I
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the accounts printed in the American ill of humanity
rumvtiiv: 11001" : MAIL ORDERS. Mother was troubled : 0 I:.. _
newspapers, lal'lDUlllbt'I': of + .
; A i-autiful. Itri'.haut.OMUIM! Rirrlon with heartburn and ,
which are brought in r..litor ofThe Florida Star: 'In':i\\ rill''. put III'" caused i "
on every st'alllt'I" iann-n.l.. mountin! a .- sleeplessness byIn.lUebtlon. .: tJ TAADt )fllefln'Tf'u.olS bole
The said l 1. Wll! IH' stilt M ail>' jllMie" 'll reielps for a good 'I'. suffered with pains la
rainy season, unfortunately is due Is tliertui\'tiling at all thatr can say> ordo tlllllllr.' -(>- <1:" Z I"
ClfC'III'I'"lIar In oiii.-nii;: title many years. One day his toad, constipation
in about 45 days. Then the state of affairs to convince ALL your lady n-ulen that: weare lion amitat* wli.tliermail, medium or she Sk\r a testimonial .: 0 J4 1 ,'to and complained of hisstomach
be reversed. An estimate actually giving away to evi-iy married lar:!.' >-t<'liel-te-iret j In the paper indorsing BUS I He could not
may expert lady in the United States who wiitc-- fur it an (' ,111..1: "' 1\: (: Urn. th.'l'ruuallimnt Ripens Tabules. She : I pit eat like children of his

of the sanitary condition! of the <.k! sj.uit stcilinu silvir shell like Of tin: Walter iMinro-tli 'I'd'a j I".11I,1' write-Mm of determined to give them .. ass. r" age do and what t.

troops is afforded by an interview with jew t.lcrt11 at ?;fw Cudi? Tht'Ij" no "esiti li" "iarut iinl-arelii-ir.Mi-iiiintule.tor! a trial was greatly ...<>. ". ,_ did eat did not agree
fire 'I'han' m-e/ti'ne.'iit relieved by their use .. .... ..9. .9.. ......;& with Mm. He was thla
one of the aUiut this olli'r. There is nothiim to pay, nor ..- :
in the Manila fur -ta.'e punCtHllli
nurses llOS- genuine dum-iuN ;.,. and now takes theTabules and of saffron color.
any requirement to buy anjthiu in order tosecure << \ml.-: !-.1 l.tRD.
pital."The. .. ttiwarJes's "In regularly. Shekel'tsatewcarton Reading some of the testimonials In favor ofKlpana
this Inautifitl souvenir gift. It : fl.of <; urge
> is our Tabules In the house and says she will not be ith- Tabules I tried them. Rlpans Tabules not
ones here who served in the of advertising the merits of J'iaker Valley Town" l'uIIIIMnTltt'- :
way I found Rarn.3Diamonds out them. The heartburn and sleeplessness have only relieved but actually cured my youngster
terrible epidemic of fever in the south silverware. A copy of the Home-Furnisher "Whilt'l'la\ill object.-;: on ut great b'-.ratty :and u-.-fur' disappeared with the indigestion which was the have disappeared, bowels are la
during the IUl'lIIomhlmnll'r of our own publication, will also lit sent free lIe-.s. ," i.Vll.MhlAMoney \ formerly so great a burden for her. Our whole good condition and he never complains of ha
Surely this lieaiitiful stmar shell jilt i is worth family take the Tabult-s regularly,especially after stomach. He U now &red chubby.faced boy. Thi
ISJiS!1 she !said "find the work promptly refunded good are meal. mother is fifty of wonderful I attribute
comparatively a>kinj{ for. Then it seems to us that ne-hould a hearty My years age change to lilpans Tabu*,
light. There is a trilling number hear from every married! \\hoteutlsyoiir ntt as represented. and Is enjoying the beat of health and spirits ; also I am satUfled that they will benefit any one(from
sate hearty meals an Impossibility before she the cradle to old age) if taken according to direc
>er. (Quaker Valley )1 fg. ('II.. .MiT-t.iu and !
of typhoid fever (:I I'S. The majority paj Beware of Imitators look Rlpant Tabules. Aston B.BucltUo tions. E. W. Patci
Harrison Sts.
of those at present IIt'ttlinnWllieil Address Mall Orders to
attention are affected with malaria anddysentery. -- -
CA.9TORI1'L. A new style picket containing ILl KiPiSS Taxman packed In a paper carton (without glaM)Is now for ttteM
: The Pomona M'fg. Co some dro itorej-foa nvi cum This low-priced U Intended fur the poor and the economical. OaeAoaen
"Those who have been here sufficiently Bean the the Kind You Haw Always Bought of the flre-oent cartons (UO ubules) can be had by matt by ending forty-elibt cent W the BffiJO

long to have seen a rainy sea. t3ignattue llol: lrmldway, CBUQCAL CovruiT No. 10!Spruce street New York-or a single carton(TKX Brus)will be MAl for tin welt
but Tuna may also be had of some grocers,general storekeepers news agents a&4 a4 (MM U(ist stMH
son tell us of the wonderful things we In' YOKK. ltd barber s wpt They baclah pal,Induoe sleep and prolong life. Out girts r UC


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N.- '. ,. -, THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1900 ... a..:# t

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I m $(ENATORSHIP A AND D OTNERTNINGSI ( Tampa Has An Automobile.The .' Notice.To Jas. Pritchard & Son: ;' .-< l x

first automobile for Tampa arrived the Honorable Board of County Commis-' .. .... -. .-
1 Bard Facts Hard To Get Around,By Mr. last week.; The machine belongs to Edward sioners of Brevard County: .)- >. -

Hardetty,of Sebastian. Manrara, the, cigar manufacturer' Now comes W. Richards, C. A. Robinson, Headquarters for. . ',','- '.
J and was ordered some time ago. It was a James E(Andrews, D. L. Alderman, L. L.

_1, T Editor of The Florida Star: special order, and made according to sug- Carlton, P. P. Cobb, A. C. Dittmar, L. S. <

The Banyan correspondent of the Indian gestions and plans submitted by Frank Eldred c.T.' McCarty,.J. T. Seville, a com- HARDWARE

l River Advocate of last issue says: Bruen, of the Tampa Gas company, after mittee of the citizens and taxpayers of road

"Hard facts, hard to get round, by studying the local conditions thoroughly.It district number five of Brevard county Flor- .
ida and to honorable board
l (Hard') sty." This is in keeping with was made with a view of overcoming your
this petition, signed by a majority of the .Tinware Crockery.
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numerous letters and messages, some as certain obstacles, and it is believed it will registered voters, residing in and owning land ,

; in the above case, from persons with do this. The machine is propelled by in said road district, praying the levy of a STOVES :' ..

J whom I am not acquainted; and confirmatory steam and uses gasoline as fuel special tax of five mills at the next annual : ,

i of the broad intimation in my meeting of your board for levying taxes, said ;r

s. pre\"lousletter and that of Mr; Cooper, EXPLANATORY.Letter tax to be levied upon the property of said Boat Goods, Paints and Oils, -;-- -; -

'; that "the people are going to have something district for the purpose of constructing good and E :,
:j roads in said district. And we, the under .
to say. Whether this dispositionof From Dr. W. L.Ilnghlett,of Cocoa,
signed registered voters residing in and owning :
the people to look after their :
i political Florida. WOODENWARE.
land in said district, whose names appear :
interests will be
j construed as "menacing Editor of The Florida Star: upon the said petition, state to your honor-
1 and intolerant" I cannot say, and I have able body that we,the said signers, desire the Write for prices. -,' -
i no doubt that they are as indifferent Please allow me your valuable levying of a special tax of five mills, for good ; 7

1 about the distinction as I am. ,En pas- columns for an explanation.I roads, upon the property in said district as TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ;

I sent, I may be pardoned for denying that am reliably informed that my political aforesaid. Box 212. :Y

I there is any expression in my previous enemies, fearing that I might in some Signed in my presence as

i communication representing individual way be brought into public notice, are : a subscribing witness:.
industriously circulating a report that I G Bevill J T BevilleSignatures
ideas that can be construed as Cooper Shop In Titusville.E.
! D L Alderman J T BevilleA
. and intolerant am not a true Democrat, but a Prohibitionist -
"menacing or even C Dittmar J T Beville
j mildly dogmatic, unless it be where I ask : having once tried, and scheming at Reuben Carlton J T Beville

the BreytVd L Democrats to let me know this time,to disrupt the Democratic party.As A B Lowry J T Beville E. :8. BEHELER CO.

1 their wlsland promise! to far as lean, there are a number of citizens- W Copeland J T Beville

I to carry4l&m out "without fear of punishrnentfl strangers- on the east coast who know D S Carlton J T Beville Are ready to furnish at all times fish and vegetable barrels by the car- .

? hope reward." But if you nothing of the past history of our section, P P Cobb J T Beville load or in small lots. '
j will allow a friendly reference to the or our public men,I submit, for their infor- R S Reynoldy J T Beville

mildly protesting ((1)) words of Mr. Coop- mation and in justice to myself, the following FC L Stetson Brown J J T T BevilleR BevilleW Close Prices. Correspondence Solicited. ,
and others who think like him "for
J I er W Sikes J T Beville
my part I do not propose to stand it," I Some ten or twelve years ago the coun- W G Jones J T BevilleM
'I Bond Lumber Co.
of Brevard voted of
ty by a majority
I accept the toast, "here is to you. B Daniels J T Beville
Now, Mr. Editor, I am sorry that your three to one. It was then officered by G Tucker J T Beville
On hand and
Constantly Arriving,
I answer to the queries of the people as set tried Democrats, the same as now. It K B Raulerson J T Beville

out by Mr. Cooper and myself does not was a well known fact that the law II: B Summerlin J T BevilleJ L Ul\/BER .
against the sale of liquors was not en- J S Bell T Beville
answer. With all deference to your Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts,
forced in
Titusville. When law abiding Benjamin Hogg J T BevilleJ
+ sources of information regarding the motives Bean and Tomato Crates
Orange Cabbage
citizens ventured to criticise the admin- J S Keen T Beville ,
of state executive committees from istration for not enforcing the law they Chas A Killer J T Beville Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc.

fifteen to thirty years ago, there are allover were either insulted as kickers, or informed Thomas E Richards J T Beville Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver
this state and in every countylots of James E Andrews J T Beville anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right
that the law could not be enforced.It .
us old Confederate ex-soldiers, who, after WII Robinson J T Beville
seeing the gauge of actual war thrown happened about this time I had to go H I Klopp J T Beville Bond: L utni.ber: : Co.

i down by us, borne off in triumph by our to Titusville to keep an unfortunate W T Hayes J T Beville S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager, __
cousins on the "other side," were forced friend out of trouble, he being under arrest Harry Harvey J T Beville
for being "drunk and disorderly." J C Michael J T BevilleS T1'tusvl11e. : F1oric1.a.- {
'\ to take up the gauge hurled at us by carpetbaggers '
I stood in the mayor's court and saw him W Jennings J T Beville -
1 and
and their scallawag J
negro W W Brown J T Beville
] robbed of fine of nearly dollarsfor
i tools, and we "pulled up" the vote by a twenty #;
being drunk on whiskey sold to him Chas M Nelson J T Beville JOHN R. WALKER r f
"bull dozing, or as the negroes some of II G Brown J T Beville .
in violation of the law.I 'j
them were taught to call it 'suaded 'em open Jas G Seward J T BevilleJ -
then and there said to of those DEALER IN S .J
to vote the Democrack ticket. And this Gray T.Beville -
good people present that whether or nota J B Merriwether J T Beville +
was the case all over our southland. But /
while this is so, it is worthy of remembrance public protest against such a wrong as A X Hodfnagle J T Beville DRY GOODS, .
" that would do any good, that I would Peter E Robinson J T Beville ) .1
that Republicans, f '
very many MILLINERY
certainly be found protesting. C P Platts J T Beville ,
good men and true, who came among U3 John P Cook J T BevilleC ,

to build up homes and a competence, by Accordingly voted a Democratic I straightway Prohibition supportedand tick- F Olmstead J T Beville FURNITURE, j'( / .

methods other than political, soon be- J G MayChas J T Beville :f ,

came convinced: that the negro was unfitto et, not for the purpose of disrupting the S Moore J T Beville Fount and Bottle Soda, Con- :
Democratic but
rule, and they became Democrats in party, as a protest against W C Rawlinson J T Beville '

state, and to a greater or less extent congressional lawlessness and for the purpose of aidinga : N W FrauU J T BevilleJ fections, Fruit Cigars and j

questions and helped to "pullup" lawful civil government in carrying out J N Waller T BevilleE Tobacco. qf/r--
I the vote. the will of three-fourths of our people. Matter J T BevilleG / /

This is the only time I have ever voted E Dutton J T BevilleC
But, granting all to be true as you state, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
T McCarty J T Beville
any but a straight Democratic ticket. If
about the state and congressional committee
A B Hamor J T Beville
I action and results, and that such action this action' entitles me to wear the brandfwifar I, Geo A Sacger J T Beville Take
of then I'll wear it. I have no 0 r
I was necessary:: on the part of the A E Saeger J T Beville Your SSchuyler
to make. Some of )
apologies our leading
county executive committee in order to Geo E Andrews J T BevilleJ .

produce like results in the county vote, Democrats have been Republicans; it J J Keen T BevilleW
Agent fo __Hartford (Etna Liverpool and London and Globe :
the people want to know why it was that was proper for them to repent "in sack R Hardee J T Beville ,

the apportionment of the precinct repre- cloth and ashes." John E MadsouJCFrink J T Beville! Home, Continental, Providence & Washington, Fireman's !
Born and reared manhood in J T Beville
, to young
Fund and Sun Mutual.
rentation was not based on the highest -
John L Jensen J T Beville i
Old Virginia, in the cradle of Democracy -
county vote, as that of assessor or tax very X C Peterson J T Beville For further information, rates, etc., address or call on C.S. SCHUYLER, TITCSVILLE, FLA. .

collector, instead of the weakest part of I can be nothing but a Demo- C F Wolf J T Beville _____ ----- ---.. -- _u .__ _. ___ i tf
crat but I am not a Democrat for offi-e.
the ticket, if the building up of the partyin ; P E Fredrickseu J T Ucville
the county was the prime object? It I do not need an office at this time. I'ma M J Raulerwm J T Bevilk

Democrat from principles. I believein J S Padgett J T Beville IGE f ICE
comes to me, sir, from one who is in a IGE
the rule of the and that
position to know and who could not help people, power Win Fredricksen J T Keville
l should from them and not W D Edwards J T Beville
f go up come .
r knowing) that it was done to "whip the .- --
down from distant and I E JTBevilleJTBeville! AS TILE
White City people into line;" but, while secret oo! c1aves Whitney AS GOOD DT.3ranutacturea .

\\e believe he told the truth, we doubt if If the present local option law suits the W H Lawrence the I nLIUYER ICE MANUFACTORY, T. propr .RE
C J T Beville
he told the whole of the truth. Can you, majority of our people it can stand. My Ed 11.luu11 F Olutsch J T Bl'\-iIlt. Special attention paid to packing for family use, and shipped to any station on the East Coast \
position in regard to the sale and use of railroad by steamboat Indian river.
or on i
and will you eniuh'.en, a buffering constituency II I IlaneyCKB JTBevilleJ .
? And \\lub explaining, will you spiritous liquors is my own personal Ilaney T Boville --

kindly tell us why this expedient was of affair. I have never taken a drink of E D Young J T Beville THE DECANTERForeign { .

such vast importance two years ago) when alcoholic beverage; and, as such, never John Soreusen JTBevilleJTBeville ___
expect to. I cannot afford to have my I) Austin
trial but of
Democracy was i.o! on was
when brain addled nor my purse drained in J C Backus, .T T Be\-ille Lasley l\I.1o"t1o"VV
lour ago :
Democracyaion coiisttiufiiuj, tiia:? Can you, and that way; others may do as they cfioose, T W V I Allen Moore J T BevilleJTBeville and domestic brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and f .I

will you tell u> why it was that two but formvself I know that I am right. II J Shultz J T Beville Whiskies, Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. ;
I advocate the inli\"iduallib.
years ago three of the most prominent erty within lawful bounds. This is a free This Sanders J T Uevillo A FIRST-CLASS LINE OF CIGARS. BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES. t -
men in active politics at that time in J C suntrap J T BevilleJ
be country, and I hope to be able to help J Wtottk-ld T Beville Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail orders.
l> to
llivvard, persuaded r. Hughlett a
keep it so. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, TITCSVILLE. FLA. j ,
candidate for the Irouseof leprc&entatives, F B Richards JTBevilleJTBeville
If we would command the respect and W F Kichauls -- .
and then, that he was: deserted by two of i
confidence of those who bear the burden H W Richard J T Beville R. L. MOTLOW Healer
them, although he had not changed) or I
amuel F WeLl J T Bl'\'illl' ,
? of government, lot u< see to it that thosewe
modified his views on any public question 7 -
I : A IlIhillSoll J T Beville
to elevate to of !
Can you tell me why it it', that no matter projtose positions i I.1, F Bell J T Bevilll'i
public trust and responsibility are fit and .1
how qualified in every respect a man maybe ( JMOrrelLChriatciiscn J T Beville FINE SINES BRANDIES WHISKIES :
well Demociats.
capable as as
he must first get the consent and J T Bc\'ille 1 !,

promised support of a certain coterie if he Very' respectfully j Mads Sugaard J T Beville
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Kill; LETT. E J TraynurJ JTBevilleJ
- expects to have any show? AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS. :
of Cocoa, Fla., June 20th: 1'JOO.A I W Fnmsen T Beville ,
the senatorial question, courseit
As to A CliritUnseu J T Beville Special attention given to mail orders. COCOA, :FLORIDA : \!!
to new precinct* a i'j'
was right give repie- l'o\\tler Mill i\plotion I. S Eldred J T Beville --- J

sentation; but that amount of representation : Removes: eu'rytliinir in sight i K do I Win 'arlton J T BevilleJ :
been taken from the ; GEO. N. HATCH : :
should have drastic mineral pills, 1 kit both are mighty: I C lamer J T Beville : : t
precincts out of which they were constructed dangerous )Don't dynamite the delicate j J T lk\'ille A C Dittmar

whether it was in Brevard or machinery your body with calomel, I State of Florida Dealerin General
oil"oi 'Iocs when Dr. I "B-.> _. Merchandise
Dacle. croton pill, KingS Brevard County j .. ,
It was not necessary to have any record New'Life Pills, which are gentle as a summer I In poison came before me J. T. Beville, ..=..-..-::. ---- -- -- ;

of "the unwritten agreement." Amon : bn'l'ze10 the work perfectly. Cure who being duly worn, says that he is one of confuting of everything .
S But headache, constipation. Only 1'oc at B.U.11'ilson I the committee of the annexed petition, and usually kept in a ROCKLEDGE, FLA.
t gentlemen such is not the custom. ft-l'la.. o nsr.1 l lC More...... -- ->- -
e1 icon's 2
, drug store. that each and name and mark affixed ,
f as to whether it existed or not, it comes every
t I thereto was the act anti deed of the person !
to me from one who was there with nearly Dr. Butch { TUT D. L IJOIIO: \ '
t Itecorering. purporting to sign i the same, and that there i
I a "baker's dozen" of proxies in his I 111.
fraud bribery or di-cepTimi j
wano in
And it Dr. S. II. mitch, of Marion county, so procuring
that it was made. comes
pockets i Midi Miniatures and marks awl this Kodali Dentist.Office .
through two other sources.:: The lirst indicated painfully shot and wounded two months : al'ulavit made only on the personal knowledge I

gentleman, it seemsonldhave ago by a lunatic, i N convalescing. Hi- \ of thi- al iant, and tin aunt ;Mi in is i m. at residence, first door smith of the
wounds l healing nicely and he i- i county jail. Only first cliwork\ ,
been of sufficient importance: to know are his ow n personal know ledge.
at greatly reduced .
whereof he affirms, being himself over daily growing stronger. The Blitch ", Signed, J. T BKVILLE. Cure!' prices.TITUSVILLE. i

one-seventh of the convention. Such an brothers, six in number, formed a corps Sworn to and MiWribrd before me this 21st Dyspepsia n.OHWR.A.HODGES,\.

would be void: as against the of nurses and sut by him day and night, day t-f June, A. D. 11WU. --
agreement him attention possible.A i [Stall] A. C. DirnuR what eat. !
people if you can show that it is against: giving every. i Notary Public. Digests you ,

the people. The only effort you make in -- --- --- i We, the underlined committee, will prttut It artificially; digests the food and aids i

that direction is to i imtimate that Mr. Good Coush Meilkine. I .- the foregoing petition to the Board of Mature in strengthening and recon- Sal Mima Hi;hls, ria. ii l t

Dimick is "a good servant,'.' and state It :"leakdl:: for Chamberlains Cough I Cuuuty Couimiooioiursof Brevanl county at structintjtho exhausted digestive organs. i Dealer in and Manufacturers of f

that "he has been an able, fair and con- Remedy when drujsi-ts, i ue it in their their regular meeting in July, 1"H! : :: It is: tie latest discovered digest-I I

servative man true to the people, and own families in preference to any other: W. F. RK HARDS, ant and tonic Ko other preparationcan i YELLOW PINE ;,,1
the endorsement vouchsafed by "I ]have: sold Chamberlain's Cough Kern- : C. A. ROBIX-IJX, approach it in efliciency. It in- I AND CYPKESS LUMBER ))1'"
JAMES. ANDREW, stantly relieves and permanently curef I
l'tfor the five Yl'l1'ith complete
a renomination. : 1). ALDERMAN, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, I
The record of his votes on question of vital satisfaction to myself and customers," I L. L. CARLTOX, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea : Fruit and Vegetable '

interest to the people! will be the sufficient says Druggist; J. Goldsmith, Van Etten, : 1'. 1'. COBB, Sick Headache Gastralgia.Cramps and I Crates.

and only sufficient proof. If you N.: Y. "I have always ustd it in'my own A. C. DITTMAR, all other results of imperfect digestion. .

cannot give us the senate journal record, family both for ordinary coughs and Ii i I L S. ELDRED, Price 50o.and$1. Large size contains 24 times I Islual ,

perhaps it can be furnished you. colds and for the cough following ]la I C. T. MC-CAKTV, !sue.Book all about dyspepsia mailed free Estimates furnished for complete bills of

Very respectfully, grippe, and find it very effica.-iouf." For J. T. BEV.LLE, Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO. Chicago Ii lumber to be delivered at any point on the

B. F. HARUKTY. ale by B. R. Wilson & Sun. I Committee, Sold l.y B. R. Wilson &r Son. East Coast.

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f VOL. XXI. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1900. ;' ,NO.9. t.


I. CURRENT[ I LOCAL l l ILCOXICS. McKinley and RooseYelt. Escambia; Chas. Wright, of Hillsboro; J. )
Ma,: The Republican convention at Philadelphia NO NOMIN11ON iH f FOR R GOVERNOR(R R W. Watson, of Osceola; R. D. McDonald, LATEST NEWS( AND IN IDNrS.( a t

x of Volusia, and C. Gibbons, of Duval.
Brief Mention of What la Going On InV yesterday at noon nominated Mr. Proceedings of the Democratic State Convention Alternates: M. Jacoby, L. J. Reives, Jno.J. flatten of Interest That Are Happening

| and About TituBville. McKinley by acclamation. In the after at Jacksonville. McShone Geo. W. Reynolds, W. A. Around Town.

Send your watches for repairs to W. :M. noon Mr. Roosevelt was nominated as his The Democratic state convention of I Filer, R. L. Anderson, J. L. Kirkpatrick, Surely summer weather is here.
Woodward, Titusville. Work guaranteed.The Florida convened in the commodious F. A. Walpole. Adopted without dissent. t '

band is practicing every afternoonnow running mate. auditorium building in Jacksonville Tues- The committee on platform and resolu- Mrs. Louis A. Brady is quite indisposedthis

preparing for the big Fourth at day, the 19th inst. The convention was tions then reported, and J. M. Barrs read week, we are sorry to state. j

Miami. Excursion Rates. called to order by Chairman W. A. Rawls, I it to the convention. The report is too Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson were made j
of the state executive committee and the lengthy for us to publish. It reaffirmsthe
The Florida East Coast will happy yesterday by the arrival of a fine
We are to hear that Miss Sallie railway I !
sorry official call was read by Mr. J. C. Cooper, Chicago platform, advocates governmental '
*" put on low rates from all of its stations
Hall is sick this week and very .
quite hope secretary. Rev. R. V. Atkisson, of the I control of corporations, denounces boy.Mr. !
she may soon be well again. and junctional points to Miami for Methodist church, invoked the divine imperialism, favors change of constitu- Geo. W. Scobie is putting an ice 1 g;
the occasion of the
Watermelons are coming into market of July cele- blessing.The tion to relieve supreme court, favors the box in his fish house here to hold five j':t
i ration at that
place. Tickets will be on tons of ice.Mayor 1
Y in large quantities now. We also have sale July 2nd and 3rd and will be limited election of temporary chairman primary s}stem for making nominations, 1 ,

plenty of huckleberries and some nice to July 8th to return. Rates will be as being announced in order Judge B. S. Favors the holding of a primary electionon A. D. Penney spent the greater j ;' f:

peaches. follows: Liddon, ex-justice of the supreme court Nov. 6th"! to decide the question of cap- part of the week in Jacksonville taking :'i'
of Florida ital removal, praises the railroad commis- in the convention. 1
the of Hon.
Mrs. George Hall and little daughter Jacksonville St. Augustine inclusive presented name 1 ,I
jf l came up Tuesday from Sebastian, and Duncan U. Fletcher, of Duval, for that sion, and endorses the administration of Two steel-tested pit game cocks and 4 t rf i i'
Governor Bloxham.A .
high honor and Hon. M. L. Williams of
j- ,are stopping with the family of Mr. E. to Oakside, inclusive, $4.50. hens. Both cocks winners of 2 fights each. t:
DeSoto named Hon. Thomas M. Palmer minority report was presented recommending
W. Hall. Yelvington to New Smyrna, inclusive I ofHillsboro., the striking out of sections Call or write E. E. Kxox, Titusville. i t :

i It is safe to carry your umbrella with Hawks Park to Titusville, inclusive, Dr. L. Montgomery, of Alachua; Judge relating to capital removal. This broughton Fred Scobie came up yesterday in his i

you on all occasions these days, as a 350. "11. L. Mershon, of Osceola; and Hon. S. a brilliant and warm debate, partici- sailboat from Grant, where he has been ;. i

shower is liable to come over at. almost Roseland Hardeeville to to Ft.Micco Pierce, inclusive inclusive, $3.$2.50. J. Hilburn, of Putnam, seconded the pated in by Carter, of Alachua; Carson, looking after his father's fish business. Ii
any minute. White City to West Jupiter, inclusive, nomination of Mr. Fletcher, and Mr. W. of Osceola; Palmer, of Columbia; Ellis, Mrs. C. Bouknight paid a visit to her M

Mr. Fred S. Chaffee is having considerable 5-2. A. Carter, of Hillsboro, seconded the of Giidsden; McXaraee, of Lake; Clark daughter, Mrs. James Paines, at Cocoa, It

improvements made to the interior West Palm Beach to Deerfield, inclusive nomination of Mr. Palmer, all in short and Fletcher, of Duval; Raney, of Leon; over Sunday, returning home Monday. t "

of his home in South Titusville. Mr. $1.50. but apropos speeches, followed also by a Reeves, of Walton. The minority reportwas '
Tom Decker is doing the work. short speech from lion. Frank Clark, of lost by a vote of 201 to 81. The ma- Miss Annie Norwood returned yesterday I
Points on the A. & W. branch and
afternoon from
Indianola where she.
Duval. The roll being called by counties, jority report was then adopted unanimously "'
Mr. C. Eskilson of Chicago is in the Titusville branch including Sanford $4.
the ballot stood as follows: Fletcher, 137J; \' \'a'oce.. Convention adjourned had been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F. 4
city today enroute to Dania, where he Palmer, 139J. at midnight Mitchell.)) jj
has a comptie mill with a capacity of 600 Iron Pipe and Fittings, 3-8 to 2 12inch ,
Mr. Palmer was escorted to the platform Thut m),\i-. Judge Jones paid a visit to his Klon- *
Ibs. of starch per day. He will also visit ; black or galvanized. Write for
and chair by special committee and dike plantation last Saturday where he
Nominations for
White City. prices. E. W. Amsden, Ormond, Fla. governor were first 4
in thanking the convention for the honor announced in order and occupied the en- is having some building done during the :

We are glad to notice the sound of the conferred upon him, made a rousing tire morning session. Mr. Browne, of heated term. I 1
saw and hammer in our midst, and we Shipments Pineapples Democratic
speech. Temporary organi- Marion
nominated. S. Jennings: ; Mr. Judge Gaulden is spending the greater j
understand there are to be some hand- Several schooners reached Miami from zation was then perfected by electing L.
Escambia, nominated D. H. part of the week in Jacksonville, returning -
some new buildings in town before many the Florida keys last week loaded with W. /im, of St. Johns, as secretary, withF. Mays; Mr. Liddon, of Escambia, nomI- home last: night to celebrate his daugh- ;J

more months. pineapples. W. X. Jackson sent two Walpole, Manatee: as assistant. nated W II. Milton, Jr.; Mr. Carson ter's birthday.Mr. .

THE STAR editor-in-chief was off to !. carloads from the Higgs plantation to Contests were reported from Clay, Vo- of Osceola, nominated J. I). Beggs, and .
L. R. Decker is
Jacksonville this week taking m the big Chicago, and there were about two cars lusia and Wakulla counties. In the selection Mr. Raney, of Leon, nominated Fred T. having the lumber
of of committee, credentialsthese placed on the lot for the building of a
0 convention, therefore we will ask our scattering shipments. The distribu- a on ; Myers.

i readers to pass charitably over any short- tion of the crop from the keys has been I counties were excluded, the committee The first ballot was taken at 3:30 p. m. northern winter home in South Titusville for a '
i much better than usual. This arises on credentials being made of man whose name we cannot recall -
comings of the paper. up and resulted as follows: Jennings, 781 ;
* from the fact that the has been one delegate from each county. just now. 1
What are we going to do about a lot : crop Begg", -47i; Myers, 681; Milton, 374;
_: \ purchased outright, and the buyers have The chairman announced that an ex- Mays, 50. The only services in Titusville Sundaywere 1"
which fchool
; upon to erect our new been careful not to overstock any of the cursion for that afternoon had been tendered The second ballot showed slight but in the evening at the Methodist and ,

: building? Are we going to delay so long markets, which has resulted in good the delegates by the Florida East not material change. No nominationhas Episcopal churches; Rev. A. D. Penneyat
" that the school board will have to orderit
the old site? prices through the season. Coast Railway company to Pablo Beach, been made up to this morning at 10 the Methodist, Archdeacon Brownat i
on same In the Eden, Jensen and other pine- which was accepted with a vote thanks. i o'clock, and no one can say as yet who St Gabriels.Archdeacon .
Mr. John R. Walker went to Jackson- districts The convention then until 8:30 I
apple a large quantity of the adjourned will: win or stamls! the best show, but Brown
sonville Monday afternoon to attend the fruit is being consigned, and with the p. m., to allow the committee on credentials Beggs) men are confident of increasing his : will hold divine

general meeting of the chairmen of coun large crop will eventually end in some of time to prepare their report. About. strength as the balloting proceeds.Itoy service at St. Martins church, Jupiter, today -
commissioners. lIe returned Wc neE- the markets receiving more fruit than 500 of the delegates, visitors and citizens at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., at Wave- ;

day. County Clerk Stewart left the saute: they can dispose of at good prices. It is took in the trip to Pablo, which included Narrowly land-Jensen Sunday 100;! a. in., and
Eden 3:30
day to take in the state convention.Miss estimated that there will be sent from also the run to Mayport, Vice President i at at p. m.

Blanche Bouknight received a the east coast from 130,000 to 150,000; Parrott giving jw&onal attention to the Ralph Bowyer, the ten "ear'oMson 1>1'. J. M. Dixon and Mr. L. R. Decker

present from her papa last Friday of a crates of pines this season. With a favorable comfort and pleasure of the ,;ue8ts. of L. C. Bowyer, agent of the Florida sailed down to Courtenay yesterday to

handsome Niagara bicycle enameled in winter this output will probably At the evening: session the committeenot East Coast railway at West Palm Beach, confer with Supt. Sams in regard to the ,

robin's egg blue. This is an alltheragecolor be increased next season.ANKONA.. being ready to report on credentials, met with a mishap Thursday of last week, new school building, the superintendent 1
half hour's fun furnished Delegates which) came near proving his death.
just now throughout cycledom. It a was by being: detained at home on account of j
is for us to state that Miss Marion L. Payne;of Marion county, The little boy was playing in a boat at illnes.: :
unnecessary who wanted make but the head of the ciiy dock, when he lost
to a speech, was
I have been from home and
Blanche thoroughly enjoys the wheel. away con- Messrs. E.: L. Brady and W. M. Brown
his balance awl fell oveiboaul. His cries
drowned out by applause, he being opposed
seluently'Ould not write.
The Brcvard county delegation to the to adjournment, but the motionwas attracted. the attention of Dr. Houghton, went to Miami Sunday to look after

state Democratic convention leftIOIlday We are still nearly free from our great put and carried to adjourn until ti' who was aboard his houseboat, the Den- busines interests there. They were accompanied -

morning on the 550 train, with the exception summer pests, the festive and gladsome o'clock Wednesday morning. tos. The doctor ran to his rescue, and, by little Miss Dorothy Budge,

of Messrs. W. J. Tucker and mosquito. plunging into the lake, rescued the drown- who was returning home after visiting:
W Ell:\K>11.\Yo her grand for few weeks. Mr.
John Houston, who passed I through here Mr. Tom Jenkins, from Wahalah, Miss ing boy, who, when brought ashore, was parents a i

Sunday afternoon. Dr. A. A. :Stewart came to assist his aunt, Mrs. llutchinsou, After keeping the convention waitingan Ilnl'UII"I.iouftl'r quick and hard work, Brady. returned home Wednesday. .

and Mr. John R. Walker followed on the in settling her atli\ J'::. (hour the credential committee reported life was resuscitated. and the boy taken. Mr. S. F. Gray, of this town, placed ;
in favor of seating the contestees, to the home of hN in
afternoon train
Monday. parents ary on our desk one day this week a sample
Pineapples are moving right along now
headed by S. F. )llanford, in Clay county; condition.
Kev. W. C. Barnes, in writing to the and many carloads are being shipped all the regular delegation in Yohisia, knownas peach, grown on his place on the river :.

editor of THE Sr.u from Washington:, on along the line from Fort Pierce south. I the Sams delegation, and in Wakullacounty JUST RECEIVED---Ladies White bank, which eclipses anything: we have }
6th inst. stated that he would hucabout seen grown in Florida. It is as large as
The most notable event that has happened -I to admit each of the two delegations ; Waists, also Bathing Suits. Gardner's <
almost: of the famous '
the 12th for Denver Colorado any Jeorgia peaches -
here of late was the death of Mr. i with one half vote each. This repoit -
I and the flavor was as fine as its .
here he expects to go into bl1inc8.11', E. B. Hutchinson after an illness about was adopted.The KANVAN. ap-

Barnes and his genial wife are pll'a :mtly1'1'1II1.mbl'retl two weeks. lIedil'l.l. fearlessly and was temporary (l1' :U1izati n was then ]I 'Kah for the band faitory. >earance. Certainly thi variety should 'J
he more generally cultivated here.
by scores on our river. They; conscious almost to the last moment. I made! permanent by uuanimonseonsent. j jA Plenty of rain: some skecteis.A i'

formerly resided at Melbourne. The good people of Eden and An- I committee on platform awl rcsolui' "j : Doctor 11'. S. Graham, one of lliami'stirring ;; U

Miss Bessie Hall and the Missesand:: kona sent their teams to carry the coffin I' lion to consist of one delegate from t.'adlIl'ount I few (pines about ready for nuukct.I business htenand in charge of :.

and Katie Stewart returned yesterday and the mourners to the grave yard at j I \., wa* then selected. A committee I Orange trees are bent with new grow th.I the branch business of the Robbing: & j

from St. Jo eph's:1l'\lIemy, St. Augustine Eden. The body was carried into the I I to select presidential electors (one from I! A few melons; plenty of till and good .iraliam company in the Magic city, was ',t

The former has completed her course of church, where Mr. Sawyer preached an i each county i, and' a committee to select i health. iimong/ the arrivals in our town Sunday i'|

studies and enjoys the honor of bearing excellent sermon and the choir sang !] delegates! to the National l Democratic con- I! fora few IIn}!;' stay, biter on in the *,

off the medal for ;general: excellence; she e"t'rallit.'l'l':1, after which the body wa i! n'lItion (one from each county), were J. T. Stewart will leave .July ISth for siinimvr the doctor will take a trip north t {;
also brings with her a state teacher's (cer lowered into mother earth with the ]| selected: and one delegate from each | Beach. for his health, which has not been the I

titicate, having recently undergone: the beautiful song, Nearer My God '1\) Thee. || l'ounty.was named to form a new state i j, Il": '. Uine preached" in the schoolhouse lest: l'illCllle had an attack of )la grippe '.
executive committee. f Saturday night. this lat:;; spring. 1!
examination. Hearty congratulations to I have found very little humorous or j 4 j

you, Miss Bessie. otherwise so far in my travel, though 1 j i A resolution was taken up rescinding j J. N. Venue i* shipping melons to Miss Aniiie Paddisou, who has been'i
| the action of the convention
state; at
The young ladies of this place haw notice that on account of the H'n'reweather !i Tampa in lJ>!>: relative to notice of contests ; Cocoa and other places. sp|>emling some time here with her sister,

organized themselves into a litl'I'arY\I1tl and subsequent heavy min, the | being given to county executive I j Forty tn rkt'lar-- -l'r than quail, can Mrs. (;"0. :M. I'obbin", heft yesterday" for

social club from '\'hkh they will derive census; returns do not make a very favorable -j'I committees before being brought to state I,, be seen following our hens here. her home at Point Caswell, N, C. Her
much and benefit doubt show ing. Neither do the pineapple many friends here egret exceedingly to
pleasure no i conventionThis resolution, 1 however, -------
They have about dozen ineuiheis already patches a* from June 1IS'.fJ! ', to May :31 l 'I I i I was passed over by taking another| S1I1IOII. have hl"r0; and hope that it may not "
1\(10!> ; that is, during IS!)!), the leturn- up b be long before she
with more to come in, ami the)' ) ; resolution referring: all nomination for j Watermelons are about all gone. : returns again. Master 1
were small on account of l''l'rel'at ht'r Itichard I Bobbins '
will hold their meetings gate in every 1 1! state and county uil'uvrs and I'. S. eiia- We have had !local showers every day accompanied her home, !
and drought during last spring.) : If thiyear's when he will the '
two weeks. Miss Kate Piitchard i is i tors to the piinury nll'tho.IIIl'll'\ftl'r, instead j this month. spend summer with
i is crop could be figured in the showing his:; grandparents, 'apt. and Mrs.[ U. P. !
president and Miss Emm'I'i.dlt) i of nominating by convention. ThNi Iieft'na: mtlis i is visiting: friends at :: i
the I it won Id be a great deal better! because Paddison. I!
secretary and treasurer of organi/a last winter wasatildandtItocopiousrains i resolution on being unanimously paused i Oak Hill this w.k. .

tion. while ilrowning many bean patches I was referred to the committee on restltl"tions ,, Everyone who has been sick for sometime Manatee Journal: Capt. F. .\. lIt>ndry, J
the 1! and platform, after which the convention past i is improving. of Fort Thompson, Lee county, the largest t j
helped pineapples to a good s/e.
until horse and laiser in :
i adjourned p. m. to allow :; ti i J. Noble made a lining trip to Titus- improved cattle South
A G h. p. (.Jlobe J gasoline engine latest j the committees time to formulate their v iilf :Oatl1n.lal1d return. Florida, made one sale of horses from
lOOOIilc) Shell Koad.
model, used very little, in A 1 condition; i irepoits. : his farm recently amounting to $1j50tplJt
also 20 ft. 0, :L", IS ft. w. 1. open catboat, At the last meeting) of the county coin- At 4 o'clock the committee pres'uleu- : Mr. Holmes was around taking the cash.:
bright decks, mahogany rail, spnuv spars of YoluMa recommended! census in thi:5I1l'Hdthorholllll\t week.
tiall'll'l'tLlr for
commissioners county, a committee electors: as ----- --- '- i
I made in New Y\Irk. hull by Bessey Bros. crowd of cowboys
ljuite were over
COlli 1 to-\,1 yf Capt. F. W. Sates, J. i follows: John M. l Parrs, of Diual; John touvu.t:.
Used lit- looking
week for
ll'erhulginglooubow. very j.1 from Osteen last their
I tIe. Will sell for less than To) per cent of I D. Mi'.hclland 11.:: C. Baker w asa1'ioiut- S. Board, of lcambia; W. H. Kiln, u cattle.We ;: Light wood puts for pineapplewindbieaks sheds, (

I"' actual cost: G." DEO. Si in \ MK, ed to lay out the road from Xl''mYI1l:1 GaJsdeii and M. I.. Williamof DeSoto.'Alternates stray: and fence post Write for .
Canaveral, Fla. to Port Orange with a \'il'to straightening I : \\". Hunt Harris, of Monroe, ; are having delightful weather just :-pl'l.'ii\lliricl':; in car lotAddress F. W. .

, and shelling it. This will shorten j S. J. II ilull I'll, of 1'utn:1)11,11'. F. limes, ,' now;; Si breezy awl pleasant, with jut: (Win):, agent; for F. II. Allen.

W. J. CRAYFORD, Groceries and I the distance between New Smyrna and I I of Shutter, and Daniel I Campbell, of \\"alI 'enough rain to keep the orange trees -'--- ---

!: Provisions, cor. Main and Washington Daytona two or three miles, and when! I: ton Adopted unanimously. :i I looking their best. Dental .\ulluunceUlt'lit.Dr. I

)' Titusville. shelled will give a continuous shell road At the evening session the committee F. H. Houghton, now at West
; Oak Hill. Now let it be I nominate to Kansas I To those who drink whiskey for pleasure -
" from Ormond to | to delegates City, onI Palm Beach, has instructed us to that I
I HAKPEU l: : whiskey: adds zest to ex
Dental Announcement.I extended to meet the Brevard I : he will be in Titusville
f county in July for a i
istence. To those vv ho drink w whiskey for stay
.. T. Daniel, D. D. S., of Cocoa, is now road at Mims, anti we will soon have a I del-egates ;. ; health's sake: AUl'lIU: : whiskey makes of two or three weeks professionally before f

located temporarily at Jensen, and is prepared shell road from Ormond Melbourne, a Ii I ; II. !: :: leaving) for the north to spend "three

to do all dental work.I I distance: of about one hundred mile I Palmer, of Columbia; J. K. Woolfe, oi 'Mott ,, or four months.



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:: THE FLORIDA STAR an effort will be made to keep the Mangrove Won Her Suit. .

silver issue in the background, at Jacksonville Times-Union and Citizen. .J

Entered at the postoffice Titusville as Kansas City, the ,actions of the Judge Locke entered a decision recently SKI NORb"m'4
second-class mail matter.
{ Democrats of Maryland, New York in the United States. court in the case

Ellla B.Water, Editor! and Publisher and Indiana, indicate as much, but of the war prize vessel, the Spanish POWDER '

"" cruiser Panama, and cargo, on the claimsof
it would be '
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. there are no signs that
the officers and crew of the Americanwar
8UBSCKIPTION, 81.50 PER ANNUM; successful. Mr. Bryan has given vessel Mangrove. The Panama was

75 CENTS FOB SIX MONTHS. no intimation of a willingness to captured off the port of Havana, April food delicious and wholesome
Makes the more
Advertising Rate Furnished on make the'silver question less prom- 25th, 1898, by the Mangrove, which :

:.' Application. inent than it was in 1896. mounted one 6-pounder at the time. It IIOYAl BAKING POWDER CO.,HEW YORK. ".

'::', Communications' on live topics especially Senator Jones, the chairman of was claimed that the capturing vessel being -
: of local interest, are solicited. But the editor of inferior force to the Panama, the I Frank H BoyeW
the Democratic National committee G H Hunter
reserves the right to condense them to suit officers and men'were entitled to the Notice. Frank H Bore
Brief items of neighborhood news always know what S Norwood
in to
a position proceeds of the sale of vessel and Frank H Boye
desired. cargo, Notice is hereby given that the following C Bouknight
the leaders of his party intend to amounting to about $45,000. petition will be presented to the county commissioners Minor Jones Frank H Boye

It must be clearly understood that neither do in the matter of a platform, and, The interest of the case centered about at their meeting on the first Tues CD Flood Frank H Boje
its editor is responsible for
opinions expressed nor by correspondents. as already stated, if he declares that the conflicting claims of the government day in July, 1900: State of Florida, I

no issue of the Chicago platformwill vessels' the New York, the Indiana and PETITION.To Brevard County. JOn ,

-.I Subscribers will confer a favor on THE the Wiliningtm, which were said to the Honorable Board of County Commis- this 2nd day of June, A. D. 1900,person
failure to abandoned it is
: will of be reasonably
t. STAB if they notify us any ,
have been within signaling distance at sioners of Brevard County: ally came before me Frank H. Boye, one of
receive their
; paper.ACCORDING certain that the silver issue will time of the within such circulated the above
!< the capture, or Now comes D. L. Gaulden,John M. Dixon, the committee who pe-
, r: to the dispatches,jus- figure in the Kansas City platform. distance as to have been able to have George M. Robbins and Frank H. Boye, a tition, and having been by me first duly
rendered assistance in the capture if such committee of the citizens and tax-payers of sworn,made oath that each and every name
tice is for sale in Cuba by the native Pineapples In New York.A assistance had been needed. The claims road district No. 2, and present to your hon- and mark affixed to the said petition was,andis

i courts. No one has ever of the Mangrove were that it had been orable board this petition signed by a majority the act and deed of the person purporting

l doubted this, but no one expectedour writer in the New York Press alone in the capture, and that to it of the registered voters residing in and own- to sign the same, and that there was no fraud,
has the to about the ing land in said road district,praying the levyof bribery or deception in procuring such signa-
following credit and
to catch the contagion say should be awarded the profitsof
If people a special tax of five mills at the next an- tures and marks, and that this affidavit is
r '1 of dishonesty as soon as they did. pineapples offered for sale in that the capture. The interest and decisionof nual meeting of your board for levying taxes; made upon the own personal knowledge of
the case, therefore, >centered on the of said the affiant.
city: said tax to be levied upon the property
question of what is signaling distance as district for the of constructing good FRANK H. BOYE.
have made The pineapples that reach New purpose
. ; THE Ohio Democrats used in the federal laws bearing upon roads in said district. And we, the under- Sworn and subscribed to before me the date

trr;' ; a good fighting platform. It evades York are pulled three weeks before the subject. signed registers voters, residing in, and owning above written.

, f/ =, nothing, and adds much that will they are ripe and permitted to arrive -' After considering various authoritieson land in said district, whose names appear [Seal] FREDERICK A. MORGAN,

appeal powerfully to those voterswho at an edible state in dark cel the matter, Judge Locke, in his upon the said petition, state to your honor- Notary Public.So .
able body that we, the said signers, desire the
{ of the lars. Such fruit should be con opinion, decided that the Mangrove was
t {.f believe in a government
mills for
of tax five good
levying a special Right To Ugliness.
t the sole capturing vessel, that the prizewas
people, for the people and by the demned by the board of health. roads upon the property in said district as
of superior or equal force with the The woman who is lovely in face, form
But our board health? Ah! The aforesaid.
: :. people. Mangrove, and that no other vessel was D. L. GAULDEX and temper will always have friends,
pine is delicious when properly entitled to share in the proceeds of the JNO. M. DIXOS, but one who would be attractive must

-i.. SENATOR HOAR says he is opposed served fresh from the garden. Its capture, and accordingly an order of distribution FRANK H. BOYE, keep her health. If she is weak, sickly

r... to imperialism, but will vote with juice will cure nearly any throat was entered. Gto. M. BOBBINS Committee., and irritable.all run down If she she has will constipation be nervous and or

: his party. Therefore, :Mr. McKinley trouble; and give strength to the Truths Tersely Told.Foley's Signatures: Witness: kidney trouble her impure blood will

is not objecting to the Hoar lungs. But the alleged pines we D L Gaulden Frank II bye cause pimples, blotches, skin eruptions
Cure is safe
brand of anti-imperialism, being get are enough to sicken a dog. edy for all Kidney kidney and bladder a sure diseases.rem- Jno 31 Dixon Frank II bye and Bitter a is wretched the best complexion.medicine in the Electric worldto

strictly materialistic in his views They are leathery and malodorous.The Guaranteed, 50c. B. R. Wilson & Son. Gco R W:M Rhodes Robbins Frank Frank II II BoyeB bye regulate stomach, liver and kidneysand

1 till after the election. writer of the foregoing no R Wilson Frank 11 bye to purify the blood. It gives strong

doubt has reference to pineapples Miami's Fourth of July. E L Brady Frank H BoyeL nerves/bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin,

IT is a great consolation to Dem- imported from Cuba. He does not The citizens of Miami have arranged A Brady Frank Frank II II bye rich looking complexion., charming woman It will of make a run-down a good ,

"..; ocrats that Mr. Bryan has no Hanna seem to know anything about the for a big celebration and barbecue on C G S F Schuyler Duren Frank H bye BoyeR invalid. Only 50 cents at B. R. Wilson

the New York Wednesday, July 4th, and invite all Florida & Son's drug store. 2
to drive him and us; he holds pineapples sent to L Motlow Frank II BoyeA I II
the reins and the responsibility in market from Florida. Florida pines people to visit the Magic city on that 31 Wingate Frank II BoyeJ II I II I

I and elect him reach that market but the Florida date. B Screven Frank H bye I O. W. CONNER,
I his own hands, we A fine program of amusements has been Sam Futch Frank II bye

! if we succeed-not a power behind crop is as yet small. However, it is Arranged, including public speaking, baseball n B Ietzger Frank II Bore I Grower of Orange and Grape Fruit Trees, I

greater than the throne. increasing, and in the course of a funny races, bicycle races, street A Hadley Frank II bye Both Budded and Grafted on Sour
horse etc. during the day John R Walker Frank II bye Orange and Rough Lemon Roots. :
few will be large enoughto parade, races, ,
o very years M S Jones Jr Frank II bye Ocklawaha, Florida.To I :
and a grand fire works display on the bay
: THE torch lighted in China may make an impression on all northern .Tas Pritcharll :Frank H bye
and a ball at night. The Titusville band, and those
our patrons contemplating panting
set the world on fire. The nations markets. R C Scrimgeour Frank II bye I
will grapefruit and lemon I
one of the best, furnish music during Andrewxhis'k) Ellenwood Frank H bye orange groves I I
are hurrying there like wolves The Florida fruit is on the east coast: I
,. exceptionally the day and evening.The Ed Edmonson Frank II BoyeA
; around a dying deer, each waitingfor fine and it brings high prices. Its East Coast railway has given the Forester Frank II bye We wish to announce that our grafted and

its share. It is easy enough to pretty nearly, if not wholly, ripe, exceeding low rate of $5 for the round R S Smith FranK II bye i I than budded ever trees before promise, and fair we to would be much better them
overthrow the Chinese trip from Jacksonville; $>4.oO; from Palatka )1 Goldsmith Frank 11 Boye I their orders for '
government, when it i is shipped and hence to place trees before the fall
mark Denllam Frank 11 .
Gen his
( )
4 from Sanford via either route. x
; $ rush, and in that way be sure of getting exactly -
: but when it comes to dividing the when it reaches New York it is W R Knox Frank II bye
r Tickets will be on sale 2nd and 3rd, goodto I. they want both as to size and
i f spoil, there will be trouble. ready for the table. It does not return on the 8th, thus giving an ample Geo W Scobie Frank II bye I variety.
... J T Price Frank H BoyeS We have a full line of orange and grapefruit -
------- have to be kept in a dark cellar for stay for all who wish to remain over F Gray Frank 11 bye trees, including Walters, ben, Marsh

"'. DEMOCRATIC success on national two or three weeks in order that it for a few days. The trip can be made in )1 D L Dotlson Frank II bye Seedless, Jocylen Triumph and Florida

'it. issues:; depends largely upon national may ripen. The prices obtainedfor one day from all points in the state, as A A Stewart Frank 11 Boy e Seedling sassa, Pineapple Grapefruit, Seedless; Parson Majorca.Brown. Honio-Jaffa,

I party harmony. The outlook for the Florida pines too are so high arrangements have been made to avoid Wm Gibson trank II Boye Ruby, St. Michael, Maltese Straight, Madame
Ellis B Frank 11 BoyeR
any lay-overs. See advertising circulars Wager Vini, Paper Khirnl, Tardiff and Sanford's
j this is very encouraging. New that the fruit will bear shipmentby for further particulars.Mr. E nIlllchard Frank 11 Hore; Mediterranean Oranges, aud for novelties we

.; York has instructed for Bryan. Sot fast freight or by express. Therefore E 11 lIolton Frank II bye have the Tangerine Satsuma Kumquat,
E H Rice Frank II Bo'eJohll Washington Navel and Mandarin Oranges.
i has Connecticut and Indiana. The it is in New York within a : W. S. Whedon, cashier of the First Myers Frank II Boye Our trees wi J be ready for delivery by the

doubtful states are now in full accord couple of days from its shipment. National Bank of Winterset, Iowa, in a AW BlIie Frank 11 bye first of September but we advise Novemberand
with the of the Democrats recent letter gives some experience witha lecemlier planting, as trees planted at
majority w E E Swinson Frank II Boye that time, are in the best possible condition,
carpenter in his employ, that will bo of AO:; Wiloon Frank II bye !
of the nation, and with a Move Forward being jierfectly dormant.
Educationally.Before .
value to other mechanics. lie says: "I Geo W Holmes Frank H Boye I i It will pay you to wait for our stock, as it
united party fighting trusts, imperialism the state convention met, :Mr. lad a carpenter working for me who was S D Holmes Frank II Bore I is mostly on 5 year old stock, and by November -
and advocating Dem- Jib H Sams Frank II Boye will be from 5 to 7 feet tall, and will
McT t'iith, candidate for state feuperinendcnt obliged! to stop work for several days on
caliber from j to 1 inch in diameter and all
ocratic principles, the party is of public instruction, expressed account of being troubled with diarrhoea.I R J I.I.:1Ioche Whitlol'k Frank Frank II H BoyeF I our grafted trees will be fully branched,and
bound to win. himself as follows\ : mentioned to him that I had been similarly more than equal to any two year bud in the
Frank II
J l.aRoche bye
Should I be chosen for this responsible troubled and that Chambei Iain's I state.
F W I.aHocllC Frank II Boye Our grafts were all cut from bearing trees,
A well known negro agitator position, would be my aim and my am- Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy E)1 Whall'Y Frank II Bo'e amid came out full of fruit first growth this

named Fortune the Pensacola bition to look {award, not hackAvartl; not lad<< cured me. lie bought a bottle of it S B SymIllt's Frank H Boye I spring and we have saved several specimens .
says to tear down, but to build up; to create a from the druggist here and informed me J DeY SaUlS Frank II BoyeG I of fruit for exhibition to our visiting ear

News, in addressing a meeting of healthier public school sentiment; to pro- that one dose cured him, and he is again deG Schuyler Frank II Boye'N I tomers.
We invite correspondence and careful in-
f. negroes in Brooklyn, X. Y., recently vide for the professional advancement of at his work. For sale by B. 1:. Wilson::
declared that there were 200-, our teachers, and to build<< up here in :Son Wilson Frank II Bore Y 011"8 very truly.
------ M S Sagas Frank II
000 negroes with Grant's army Florida a public school system second to Weekly Weather Iteport.a. .J J Jo'U'r Frank II bye I! (). W.Conner, Prop.
none in the Union. I would<< try to do
when Lee surrendered, and when S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WE VIE- --
what Mr. Mieats has not done\ since I
i* the crisis in this ER BCEEAU.
great : comes coun left his olllce-mou- forward educationally -

try, as it will come, there will be \ and<
I 2,00(1,000 fighting negroes who will people with me. I would not seek to June 19, UtX ,

be anxious to get at the throats of drive[ I would endeavor to lead. We DATE. f.\X.1900 IJS. 1S99MX.. MIX ISEASE with no specific name,

the white men of the south. It is have had enough) of ferment and I turmoil; JUlll' 13. 1'-1 i" si i,, which seems to combine stom-

1 quite safe to affirm that not a dozen we need an "era of good feeling" in order .". 11. 1':0: : :-7 i.i 111 ach disorder, heart trouble,
that our eduI'ational8tl'lI1 maybe .. 15. ,3 7:) 70M blood disorder and a host of
l respectable) negroes in the south felt to row and take root. ,. III. ...:! il; sti 7J: ''i other ills, and which can be described -
Ii, 'I 73 : 9 7:.'
would in any manner endorse or There is a great educational work to be .. 1s. bi tai Jx> 70 only by saying you feel "all

approve the crazy language of this lone in Florida. The timber is ripe for a 19.! E1i i 71(; !M(tl 71 1 knocked out" and "good for nothing"

adventurer strong luxel-headcd<< leader with towin Total rainfall for the wcek.>!9 inch. means that your kidneys are overbur-
unprincipled but it jiower
dened and need relief.
lep irture from the normal rainfall for the
and ho'd! the
should be recognized as: the solemn respect: and conlidence<< week, minus .M inch.' .. Kidney derangement is almost al-
of of the people. 1 may be mistaken: but 1 Departure: from normal rainfall since Jan. ways at the bottom of general ill health.
r duty the negroes of the south, believe I could, not to do this work myself }-t.l'JOO( plus 4.13 indies. Your doctor knows this, but he usually

r especially of their newspapers, to but by enlisting public sentiment, II,\L 1' lUuoiX.Obser 1A.. I treat the v.irious symptoms one at a time.Foley's I
' promptly repudiate the fellow and get it done. \er Weather Bureau. f Guaranteed Kidney Cure
Jupiter, Fla., June R! lk! "O.
his incendiary delirium. I would have no friends to reward, no gets at the bottom of these troubles and f"
cures them all at once.
n enemies punish: no favors to reeipo- Twenty-five feet of water to the

cate, no wrongs) nor insults to a\enge.) I wharves Tampa is an object toward Yon run no risk. Satisfactory results are guaranteed.
y No Abandonment of Issue. .
Any would be dominated by
one purpose only which the combined<< commercial interests I Ii
The statement made by Senator -he t.e-ire to do what, in my power lay of Tampa have now pledged them-
to upbuild and advance the "educationalnteiests For cuts, bruises or sores BANNER SALVE is best. i
Jones in Chicago last week, that he ehes.. The work rails\ for much effort ,

will not endeavor to per-uade Mr. of the state. and untiring exertion, but the biiMne-:

Wren of that city have become thorn igh-
r, Bryan to drop the 16 to 1 idea, and Will Ask For rtiorari. Iy aroused to the imperative necessity; of H. K. tV1I.goN A.: >.0\.

that there will lu no abandonment Attorneys:: Frank II. and W. K. Miilei, deep water, and lot- of it. and they j In"-

of any issue that i is in the Chicago of Aujru ta, (;a., representing the Southern pose to use organized efforts to )get it.

.. platform, ought to be :uflicient to Kxpie-s company. have notified Attorney -

1 set at rest the many rumor published General Terrel that they will apply UN Life "'.i.. ".i fl.Mr. SinGe the First r
s a a
.' in the western papers, that for a certiorari to the United :States J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen ullannibal t t

court in the revenue stamp ca e recently Mo."lately had I wonderful ROCHESTER: LAMP wag made there luuo born
the Democratic party has practically decided in favor of the Georgia; ) railroad deliverance from a. frightful death.! In many"like"'or "as goal a-" it pla<'.il upon -market Somo I
decided to drop silver. It looks ommission and the telling; of it he say"I was taken with wen'fen: -'Bid to be "iniproietnunt* on It. One by ono
against express com- then fall h\ the wajMile, for cipricn't, proves that there' id
' very much as if the Republicans pany. typhoid fever that ran into pneumonia. only one lamp that is really better, and we make that, too,
My lungs became haidened. I was :'0weak
' were more anxious than the Democrats I couldn't evenet up in bed. Not ling -
Sprain.Ilkle Oniiklj' Cure<1. THE
to have the silver issue kept helped me. I expected{ to soon eliof \.,
of the "At one time I suffered from a severe consumption, when I beard of I li. In it we embody all that is really north having in a lamp, .
out campaign, because the sprain of the ankle," says (;1.0. E. Cary, King's New I iscoveiy. One bottle ;gave both as to quality and style. Don't forget, every grnumerir ,
Jtorlirvtrr lens lie lining on the lamp.
Republican papers are made the editor of the Guide, Washington:! Va. great relief. I continued to u-e it, and Wean fill every lamp want. No matter whether you wanta rj' r
, means of spreading the rumors "After using several well recommended now am \\'(,1and\ strong. I can't say too new lamp or stove,an old one repaired or reflnished va-o
marvelous mounted or other make of lamp transformed into NEW
much in its This
that the Democrats have become medicines without success, I tried Chamberlain's praKe. 1JOCH FXTER, w'e can do it. Let us send you literature on
medicine is the sure-t and<< quickest cure
that Pain Balm, and am pleased to the subject. ___ ___ + dRom
satisfied they cannot win with in the world for all throat and lung 'z

a the 16 to 1 idea in their platform. say that relief came as soon as I began its trouble. Regular sizes, 50 cents and 1. THE ROCHESTER LAMP CO., USSEk NEW YORK. .
use and a complete cure speedily followed Trial bottles free at II. 1L Wilson & Sons'drug
While it may be probable that For sale bv B. II. Wilson & Son. [ store. Every bottle guaranteed. 2


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with a savory dish of ham and eggs. dart( in front to shape the dress to the ..

; 4 FUTURE MENACE[ 10 AFRICA'S PEACE[ "What's this?" asked Rhodes. "Yourbreakfast figure. Instead of this the waist is so .-'-. ,-- --. -'. .- _-_--- -. _, -, -, --- ,*--:--. ':::: _!tEt. -::.'':-' :- _'_ .

4 ; sir," returned- the' waiter. cut..that one seam starts at the shoulder -

Great Britain Cannot Well Ignore the Native Rhodes thereupon carefully wrappedup and from there goes straight down
the smoking dish and took it with to'the bottom. This is so slanted that

Races. his own hands to the town hospital to it gives form and grace, and generally F

2 ... Special correspondence of The Jlorida Star. delight the palate of some invalid soldier there are two rows of buttons, one on i

and, returning to the club, called each of these seams, just enough to i ;
May 26.-One of the
for the regular siege ration, probably. emphasize the outline.* These basques ii
': most serious and urgent phases of the of hard tack and hone meat. are always pointed in front and double .

4-' problem that \vlll confront Great Britain CECIL HOYT. breasted and have small postilions in

-: after the war is the question of the the back. They are tailor finished and

1 future government of the blacks. They usually to match the skirt, though thisIs -
T:: cannot be Ignored in considering the not positively necessary, provided The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been

disposition and future of South Africa, there is some of the material of the in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of

for there are only about 750,000 whites, Many Commendable Features In Summer skirt shown somewhere In the waist, in and has been made under his personal .i

:: while the blacks are estimated at any- Fashions For Women. cuffs. revers or vest. #+ # supervision since its infancy.
Vests are seen much more often than
where between 4,000,000 and 7,000,000.To Special correspondence of The Florida Star. Allow no one to deceive you in this. :;
before for
a long time. A stylish one
comprehend the situation It is and "Just-as-good" are but
All Counterfeits Imitations
had of the material ,
a figaro which
to rid the mind of the Idea NEW YORK, June 19.-I think I never the health of
necessary that trifle with and endanger
was whipcord in the darkest shade of Experiments
so generally held In the United States saw such really graceful and dainty against Experiment.
gray. The figaro'tas slightly braided Infants and Children-Experience
that the blacks are weak and a negligible gowns and other garments for any
all around the edges, aid the vest of
i- quantity In discussing matters. summer in my recollection. Everyone
white pique was also braided along the
They are in no sense of the word weak is different from the others, and everyone front.' In this connection I may mention What is CASTORIACastoria

either individually or collectively. Personally is marked with exceptional taste.I that the newest fad is to wear

, 4.2: they are tall strong and hardy have just seen a cape long in the berretta hats bound with velvet and is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare

t and have proved their ability to fight back and short over the shoulders and garnished with three pompons in regular goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It

with a high collar of the same chantillylace. Spanish style whenever a bolero or contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

figaro is worn. OLIVE nAR 'ER. It destroys Wongs
The whole has been formed in substance. Its age is its guarantee.

the making, and the figuring Is exFOULARD and allays Feverislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Any Old Sore,
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand
Cut, bruise or sprain quickly healed *
the Food regulates the
It assimilates ,
Y. Y with Banner Salve, the greatest healing
t remedy in the world. B. II. Wilson & Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.

Son. The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

Russia announces that she will not depart ALVAVSBears
from joint action with the other
i powers unless the delay too long.
f ..., the Signature of

'r', Reports show that over fifteen hundred

; : Yk lives have been saved through the use of

, '".... One Minute Cough Cure. Most of these .

,, 'j.. were cases of grippe, croup, whooping
I cough, asthma, bronchitis and pneumou'a. -
Its early use prevents consumption.B. 0

hE (:y!!, I ",I ;!, R. Wilson & Son. The KM You Have Always Bought

r u rirU '- Qs, England considers the war in South
Africa at an end and is now discussing
V" what to do with the newly acquired terri- In Use For Over 30 Years.

% .
., .
"I 'jp 'J. _.- :- _-,: _-__- .,-''i: '': it. .:t !.
&WC, Other remedies only alleviate the
symptoms of dyspepsia and indigestion.

DISAPPEARING DUTCHMAN' Dr Loyal Ford's!! Dyspepticide cures by

against either the Uoors or the Hritish attacking: ) the root of the disease, and

';; on many a hanl fought liokl. Collectively thin makes a healthy stomach that will

they are not so strong, for they a perform all its functions perfectly. B. R.

are divided both by distance and racial Wilton & Son.

t hatred, though all the tribes are very

". much alike, being descended from a'' James II. Keene, of New York, was reported '

common stock. However, their very to have bet $:?i3OUU that Bryan Re eain Rides

numbers render them formidable. On will be the next prcfcident:: of the United
the whole, it may be slid that they :;tates. + 2 Al DcsSratle Calibers and Veightsn
are more favorable to the British than r
tv' The White Man's I'.urdeu = k l te ir f'ly1g(7E3 T? HUNTING.
. to the Boers, for the reports of Boer m c 1
j. l lJsl Model i."Ar. Arm.c.ilbtr. TKiht S 1-5 pomuls.
cruelty to the natives are true, though s usually indigestion, which means no
Mode! I.004. 1i cier: "Lxtru Llg'at: ,"
: .: often exaggerated.
" : The name Kaffir, so often heard, is a lIe-! of body and brain. Dr. Loyal Ford's leir 1' 7 Model 1894. ."0 V.'. C. T. caiTuer, "Tsiie Dorm,"
generic term and includes Zulus, Ba- Jys-pepticide is a new and i>eilect cure. i weight -j'oui.ils..
DRESS. It aids digestion, tones and regulate:: the ? Model P92. 41 and 03 caliber,Take Down,"freight
! : sutos Bechaauas
Matabcles and oth i
qu!;ite. The high medici collar has tomacli. B. R Wilson lUII.! Ixunus.
a; ers. Of these the most civilized and 1 Model l."6. 4>73 caliber, "Extra Light," weight
11 9
best been stiffened with wire and lined 7 pounds.
organized race and the one to betaken
into consideration most is tIll with white crepe lisle in many fiveshirrings. The aged father of Frank Funk, Jr.,
Shoot Winchester Ammunition. Made
for all Kinds of Guns.
, Basutos, who number about lioO.OOO!; The whole mantle reachesbelow ,aptured at l'ululllilia10.: ., and sentencedo

l! : and inhabit Basr.loluud, to the southeast the knees: in front and in the hang for murder, started to \\'ashiuhtun FREE.-Send Name and Address on Postal for 160-page Illustrated Catalogue.

J. of the Orange; Free State (Orange back. It Is unlined, and thus the pat- to appeal to Presl McKinley.: WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS .
, Hirer Colony). The Basutos, like all tern of the lace shows most beautifullyover .
: Neglect is the short step so many take I
i tribes, are extremely jealousof the dress, which ought to be from a cough or cold to consumption.The .
t interference with their internal
any chosen with a view to the contrast. early use ot One :Minute Cough Cure

r} affairs, although they are nominally This l pl'eial'ase showed a dress of presents consumption. It is tile only
i i' under British control. For instance: Harmless remedy that gives immediate
I the lightest pearl satin faced
recently, when the cattle disease was gray re l1lts. It cures all throat told lung trou- t
prevalent in South Africa, the government i cloth, and even the hat worn with it bles. Children all like it and mothers

of Cape Colony established a was of ;gray and 1la'I."l'h'ct, with a endorse it. B. R. Wilson i"t" Son.

i. quarantine on the border by means of black and a white! lisse pompon and a ---------

colonial troop The Basutos were paradise: sweep of black and white Sir Claude :MacDonel, British minister ...

alarmed, and their chief, Lerothodi, mingled. The whole out lit was exceptionally at Pckiii, blames the Chinese guu'rnmentjr : : ,

sent a strong body of men to the refined and handsome. its:: failure to suppress:: the Boxer movement -

frontier, and the colonists were coin- I Sleeves seem to be in a transition in time.starvation .
polled to retire to avoid trouble. 'state, and the trend is decidedly toward -
--- ----
I the old bell :sleeve with an uudersleeve -
The blacks in their state
r present area never yet cured dyspepsia.ison. .
great airl growing the civilization hl'nIt.! Some of the new .
menace! \- with indigestion arealit-ady half
1. of South Africa, for, numerous ones have scarcely made up their stu vetl. They need plenty wholesomebod. iti(

as: they are and strong as they minds yet whether to be fl'alllt'll shaper Kodol Ih'spepsitUuredigests what ;; c ry i
would be if combined, they could wipe to compromise in a nordcM-ript sort you eat So the body ran be nourished

out e"l'Q'"l'st i I' of civilization if they of tiling having all the ugliest. qualitiesof ,while the worn out organs are being re-

: were to rise against; white rul. The the bell and none of the! neatness of t'On tl11l'tt'l1. It i is the only preparation

;I only hope for future British rule is to the bishop. They are bishop to the elbow ki'own that, will instantly relieve andumpletely
l'me11 stomach troubles.
keep them divided, in the meantime and bell' 111'1ow.1111 this is not
( Try it if yon arcullt.rill: from iIl igl'i-
1 striving: to Christianize them and educate the worst for there is an r.ndersleeve,
tiou. It will! certainly do you good. B.It. .
t' them into a sense of rcspoiiMbility. and this i is Hot the pretty lace affair of Wilson) IUII..

With education they' are certainto olden time but one made of the material -

of which the dress is mall.
discover their own strength; andthen The Filipino archives found by iencral
there few where the sleeve i is tinished :
't it will be impnsMhlu; to avoid according are a I'unMoli reveal inteiestmg secrets of
F. them at least some share in off with an applique of some
Agninaldu the detailed of
; including plan
their own government.: kind of lai Many of the thin stuff a Manila
v Under peaceful conditions! the Katlirs have regular hi"lIopI'I'., for the ._
----- -
are" certain to grow in numbers and in reason that it is not always pleasant to

,walt h. I'onnerly, when fierce tribal have any kind of material so close to I'orliter Fifty Yearn TRI-VVEE :.LY SAILINGS
)IRS wissi IOW'S S.OOTHI.NG: Surr has beenue
,. warfare prevailed! t IIt'l'was no question the arms in :'r.ui 1ot:1thl'r, and so for their chiidr- while tc'elhins. with
u perfectsnccess
the loose sleeves.In .
i of whit'IIIIi'I'Il1It. for the wars soothes the child. .sottn the rums,
kept the blacks from attaining; to any the illustration! will be M\U a very allayult pain.rureswtnd coinatut 1' the lIt'.trelllt'.ly AND NEW YORK
for UuirUoe.i.! It will relieve the poor
rl'allloWl'l' in South .\fI' l'i.ow that novel arrangement of ::11'1'The material little sufferer imiiiediatily.! sold by Druggist*. Calling at Charleston S. ('., .both ways.

} peace i< impyxed upon them by the.sovereignty is foulard in dark brown with a In every bottle.part Be o sure! the and world.ak Twentvflveent for ")Ir-, Wins!,' rinrsl
The Steamships in lie Coastwise
jt real or nominal of Greats t'earn colored liguns. TIll'Idrt is low's-Soothlne: ; I'rup"1,1 take no other kInd Sen ire.TIM .

Britain they are bound to assert tliempelves tucked several times around the bottom -----
,; in the government, and how to11l'e"l'llt and the skirt is cut perfectly Bishop (Jarre-it, of Dahlas'fex., will receive : c'LYin: :: I:'"' I\ML I.M \\n: ti01"?iliItx MAILS

At them by peaceable means from straight,: all around and shaped! to the >liMH) and a priceless Miuilh .. Dirt'ct Service Ik't wi'i-ii_

""", becoming the whole government is the figure by shirring at the waM. The painting from. the million dollar estate of Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and all eastern points.

'S problem that confronts British 8lat(' Trench waist is cut away at the neckto an l''l'Ill'\ilway Jll'1.itl"IIt'wilt'. ailing at ('harlrstuu bunt ways.SCM11vEIKLy .
Inatl4lip. show a guimpe of white openwork ---
SAILI.\; J.SratlilKiumi .
m' .\ favorite form of amusement among muslin, and the sleeves' are cut off at *II.\KK INTO YWU 'oIlUES From.c\\- \\ h..rf, I'o-ti.n. _Northbound rroin' fool t.f Ho .m Street: ,Jdtkionville.CLVIlCfS .
the British soldiers i i' "the disappearing the elbow to show the arrangement of .Men's Foot.E lse: a I o"der. I It cum .u

.. initchman." One of the soldiers the open muslin which i is added in the painful, !-1IIlI'tilll1'"tllh'n.. feet and ingrowing ; ST. JOII.XS RIVER Ll.\ I:.

"6,1 t) rigs himself up in a slouch hat and along shape of miit.llt'n' the muxliu join nails, and instantly takes! the sting out 1biltitLINE.:.

I.;r I l false beard and gets into a barrel the silk and also at the collar there are of comfoit corn and bunions. It'- the greatest !{(-(tiCCII ,Ksoniillc and Sanf'oid.
discovery i of the aI: !. Allen'sFootKase
; while the others shy sticks at his headat set pieces of medallion lace. A black makes ti,ht or new shoefei. st<.j>i.inj: ; at l'Palatku.,: tllr.-:1. .FiancN. Hcnsford (ilk-Land) I'.lue Springs and other
." so much a throw. There are holes velvet belt finishes this pretty dressVery easy. It i is a Certain cure for sweating: inti-niifiliati' laixlinjrsi.n :>t.! TI\'I'r"

i. in the cask near the top which enable: few dresst.s there are now that callous! and hot, tired, aching f.-et. Try it Steamer "I 1). MrKCHISON." 1' u-T. w..1. Sn \w, is apiMiiitti-d to siiil as follows :
him to see when to bob up without do not show some sort of deep cuff today. Sold by all dnjiruisN} and SH.stores. .<' Ltavtt'iMit: c'CutlM-riiir: .. .'.i'4 -"11\'IIIt"! Tuesdays and Saturday '5:00 p. m.
being hit. falling down over the hand no matter :. By; mail for'2" in stamps. Trial Leave 5antr,1)it.nday- awl hHr-.lay at :rigs: a. in.

The latest story of the multimillionaire what kind of material is used. package: free. ,.IJrl'111'11: S < 111111'11"1.l E. B. WAGER, Agent, Titusville, Florida.

"colossi ... of South Africa," Cecil About now, as the almanacs ;say, begin Le Rov. N. Y.

oil Rhodes, is to the effect that during the to look for new styles in tailor General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

',.... siege of Kimberley he re.fd to par- suits. Summer "does not wither nor w. wARnrirroy.. T.; p. A.:. F. M. IRONMONGER jr., F. P. A.,
take of food especially :repared for custom stale their- infinite variety," a. V* :state St., New York 201Vet Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
him and insisted on reeeiv ng the usual and there is no period in the whole CURES WHEHE ALL ELSE FAILS. t 1', L >V KLL: Asst. Fi.i.: Sult.. JNO. HOWARD, Superintendent, '
j Best t'uuch Syrup. Tastes Bunts. Use Foot! Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Fla. rMt Houau
into the club year when they are not seen anC aKo in Street Jacksonville, Fla,
siege ration doing: OUl'lIlol'llin I time Soil by drurci to TIIKO. 0. KCil.K, \VM. P. CLVIJK & CO,,
I antI seating himself at a table, found most useful.: One novelty is to I Traffic Manager. General Agents; ,
have the bodice cut is Chesebrough Building<< 19 State street Sew York.
1-,4 hejivas speedily served by the ,waiter so !hat there no ,


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