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 THE, FLORIDA .STAB: FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1903., 7 t\i .

i UNmN.UNlnR ND THENEGRO( -- ham Lincoln. Thus the whirligig of .

F., Jme and the hand of Providence have Mercury 'I
.. planted the beautiful buildings to be
; An Institution Formed by the Combl la.. devoted to the emancipation the lit 000 .. POISON AND } .

f tion of Three Colleges blaeks from Ignorance and superstition POtash
Special Correspondence of The Florida Star. mental bondage and Indolence, on

f the: identical spot where were conquered -
; RICHMOND, June 2:>.-The Institution the soldiers who made a last and In some cases the external signs cf Contagious Blood Poison are so slight that the Mokewrecks '
i known as the Virginia university, gallant though ineffectual stand to victim is firmly within the grasp of the monster before the true nature of the diseaseis

1 ? which was recently erected near this save the capital of the Confederacy. known. In other cases the blood is quickly filled with this poisonous virus and the '
? swollen glands, mucus patches in the mouth, sores on scalp, ulcers on tongue, sore
city and dedicated to the FREDERICK R. Too tBs.Miami's /
advancement throat, eruptions on skin, copper colored splotches, and falling hair and eyebrows ,
of the Interests of the negro race leave no room for doubt, as these are all unmistakable signs of Contagious Blood Poison. .

i ;' seems to be a striking success. The Fourth of July. Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the only cure for Blood Poison. These poisonous minerals Not cures .

:. enrollment at the present time taxes The citizens of Miami have arrangedfor never yet made a complete and permanent cure of Contagious Blood Poison. They drive the disease
; the a big celebration and barbecue on back into the system, cover it up for a while, but it breaks out again in worse form. These powerful minerals produce mercurial
: capacity of the class, lecture and rheumatism and the most offensive sores and ulcers, causing the joints to stiffen and finger nails to drop off. Mercury and
4th and invite all Florida
: dormitory rooms to the utmost. All Wednesday, July potash make wrecks, not cures,and those who have been dosed with these drugs are never after free from aches and pain.
j} l' Indications point toward a materially people] to visit the Magic city on that S. S. S. acts in an entirely different manner, being a purely vegetable remedy ; it forces the poison out of the system, and

,; Increased demand for date. instead of tearing down, builds up and invigorates the general health. S. S. S. is the only antidote for this specific virus, and
t admission for A fine program of amusements has been therefore the only cure for Contagious Blood Poison. No matter in what stage or how hopeless the case may appear, even '
the next season's term, and plans are arranged, including public speaking, base though pronounced incurable by the doctors, S. S. S. can be relied upon to make a rapid, permanent cure. S. S. S. is not a

:. already being laid for enlarging; some ball, funny races, bicycle] races, street new, untried remedy ; an experience of nearly fifty years has proven it a sure and unfailing cure for this disease. It is the

of the new buildings during the approaching parade, horse races, etc., during the day, only purely vegetable blood medicine known.
!I.I< vacation. and fire works the Mr. H. I,. Myers, too Mulberry St.. Newark, N.J., says: "I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease, which was in spots at first, but afterwards
a grand display on
f. spread all over my body. These soon broke out into sores and it is easy to imagine the suffering I endured. Before I became convinced that the '
The Virginia university comprises a and a ball at night. The Titusville band, doctors could do me no good I had spent a hundred dollars, which was really thrown away I then
noble group of seven finished one of the best will furnish music during tried various patent medicines, but they did not reach the disease. When I had finished my first
granite bottle of S. S. S. I was greatly improved and was delighted; with the result. The large red splotcheson
r. structures, costing more than $500,000.; the day and evening.The my chest began to grow paler and smaller and before long disappeared entirely. I regained my
t' It is acknowledged to be the most important East Coast railway has given the clear lost weight as a piece became of glass.stronger" and my appetite improved. I was soon entirely well, and. my skin as

1 j: r school for the education of negroes exceeding low rate of 5 for the roundtrip Send for our Home Treatment Book, which contains valuable information about

f in the south and is the result of from Jacksonville; $4.50 from Palat- this disease, with complete directions for self treatment. Our medical department is
i: the union of the Richmond Theological) kaj; 4 from Sanford, via either route. in charge of physicians who have made a life-time study of blood diseases. ton't 4

,. r..: ',.'_ seminary, Wayland college of Wash !. Tickets will be on sale 2nd and 3rd, good hesitate to write for any information or advice wanted. We make no charge wt. t-
ever for this. All is held in the sacred confidence. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA G,&.
: ington and IIart horn college of Rich to return on the Sth, thus giving an ample correspondence most ,

t mond. The faculty includes many instructors ] stay for all who wish to remain over "

b' of note in their particular for a few days. The trip can be made in

,; lines of work. one day from all points in the state, as

1 The estimated! annual expense:; of car- arrangements; have been made to avoid
:' rying on the school is only $13,000::' be. any lay-overs. See advertising circularsfor

.'. ing the yearly income at 5 per cent on further particulars.]
i; a permanent endowment fund of $300: ,
x'> OOjO. Three more departments will soon Cured When Others Failed.S. .

f. be ready for occupation. These will A. Ingalk, Crown Point, X. Y., i
> provide room for industrial shops. writes: "My wife suffered from kidney You can get

> ..' barns anti a caretaker's I house. rou'ole for years. She consulted several l 0 any degree of heat you i'i
t.: The university buildings are located physician and tried a number of kidney
'. ;r' on an excellent site, well drained ant! cures without getting relief. She was induced require on \Vickless Oil Stove bya
-c'i to try Foley's Kidney Cure and in single turn of the valve from sim-
:'i! ; breezy, of 37'1aeres.. Theround -:- a
.: less than a week after she began: using it, '
1 slopes off gradually, comma,.aing a she was greatly improved and throe bot- mering fire and a slow oven to a hot top

': fine view of Richmond and icinity. tles cured her." B. II. Wilson & Son. and a fast oven. There's no limit to the range
The chief buildings have been placedIn
r ,;, elliptical form, the ellipse inclosing of its usefulness. It gives absolute control of
According to the Insurance Press, I
: a large inner ;roof oaks and an ample cooking whether baking
;; which has gathered the' statistics, the boiling, broiling, roasting

campus. The first teaching in this i. enormous sum of 185,821,101): was paid ? or simply toasting. Can you do more on any coal
R. 'l"; field was done by Dr. Montgomery out by the life insurance companies of the '
? The
: ( Corey in 1SOS. He started in an old or gas range r rli
United States during the year IbVO) ) to pol-
two stgry provision store which had icy holders or their heirs. This amount is -

f formerly been used for jailing purt equal to about one-fourth of the national h B 116Flame

... poses. There were porches projecting + kless
debt. The largest sum paid on a single "
from the front of each lloor. As ,
a prison -
policy was on that of the late Calvin] S.
.. heavy skbs of cypress and white 0
rice, which amounted to ?:-jU9,000.:
: pine wood wore fastened from post tot 1 Oil Stove
-- -- ---
: post of these porches to restrain the ,
r '
| The Chinese ask "how i is live? -_
,** : your !I
captives. The grounds adjoin the '
instead of 4 ho\v do you do?" for when the = l is making: summer housekeeping easy. It t*
of the Hartshorn all \
property seminary,
; the liver is active the health is good. is giving cooking comfort at low cost.
three schools being united under one I
ij' charter.Advauccd. DeWitt's Little Early users are \ No smok or smell. Sold wherever .

methods have followed in famous little pills for the liver and bowels.B. :: h !I I Stoves are sold. If your dealer .. .

-t. equipping the various branches of the It. Wilton & Son. \ l F i, does not have it, write to

"' The largest: catch of green turtle of the .._ ih! I I 3 5 _
4.x season was made last week by Capt. W.T. I! UU N" tl i7h' ,i + 1

:branch McCreary of the manager Florida of Fish the and Cedar Ice Key Co., 1 I LulIll Iu1'') II i i i :

4'a and Jeffry Simons, a colored man. They I i{ i li { { i ; -

4's went out on Tuesday: of last week and returned _----- __ __ __ _.u __
4'r the Thursday following with L',527 i ?

: : pound of Untie which was sold fur $210, a.I. PROFESSIONAL: CAUDS. '
pretty[ good showing for less than threetl:1y's
11O1515INS s: GHAHAM,
work. Cedar Key (Gulf Coaster.
r-,,' t h. _____ __ ATTOR EYS-\T-LA W, / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \I/ \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ / \

.. "!Y TiTr viLiK:, FLORIDA 7' / \I\I'/'I'\L
Ivy poisoning, poison wounds and all \/\/\/\A/y/y

other accidental injuries may be quickly Otlico hours-10 to 12 a. in. and 2 to -I p. m. \ / \ / \ / \ / \ \ I'/\ ATT
cured by using 1)ell'itt's'itch Hazel! Will practice in all courts, state and federal. IMS. / \
W Special facilities for examining and perfecting u "\ \
i- iI -"," ,. Sake. It is also a certain cure for piles land titles.I SEE\THAT 6s ? T\CL:: \
", I "' .. :: i and skin di-eases.: Take no other. i>. 11. J / :: ::.. \ I ,-\ \
J : Wilson & Son.VicePresident. L. OAl'LDKN, <. 'J. \1 / \ \
LECTURE HALL AND CIIAI'fcL OF VIRGINIA \ .. L#,;.:' .'"- / \ ,
r- C.NIVERblTY. .\TTO ns EY-\T-LA W, \, / .a. .,, / \ \
ni / \ / \ / \ / \ :::: f- / \ \
F. (l. Brown, of tile TITUSVILLE, FLOKIOA. ; ,-
institution. The power house anti machinery XX/ \ ..\.i. l\ "" 1 \ \ \
: building; i h undoubtedly one oft Plant System, who is general manager o f County judge of Bievaid county. Will practice \ /'I'-'l\ 'r .. I \ '. ,
i the most thoroughly equipped of tie the hotels owned by the system, has instructed in all the courts of the nth judicial circuit \. \ \ \
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::1.- kind in this country. It has smokelesschiumeys HanlWig, ', Tampa, who of Florida.DUNCAN '\ ... I 'v"'", ( (Y' .\'

f; and the very finest of modem has charge of the hotels during the clo.-ei: r. FLKTCHKK, I ITTOlSEY / ., ,-if;1". It,J /-0-'J'J": '

*< i'l">ftr>jl 1 ovriits. The chapel burs the season, to tear down the grand stand, j! :J./""";,' ,-;:: ... ;1',.<11r
f name of the late Governor C'olmrn of stables! fences and other improvements on .\ : -AT-1.W, I '\ 'i t

1: Maine and 'will seat gilt) people. The the Tampa Bay race-course, and to di<- ; '"--T". U: ,'lr'1" \ ..... '..o JACKSONVILLE FLOKIIH / .......LC'J .i!"" -zz.j\::: / /
li..stnfi. lii 11 10 ". *\11".111. .in.. ..'uunr t\C the ,nci>' iif tinInmticr\ :it.. the ln--*>t. mires'''___ nltaimible. -->- -- / '\ /"'-... /, "\ / '\ / \ / ....".-.J \. / \. /
&\ \ "Ii" IhUI 1.0 .u un. l'vL'n. I / / "r- / / _"\. -;:: / '\ /
late Chauuc'oy I'ickford of Lynn, 31, GOLDSMITH, i / / '\ ,\.../ ', / / /'"\ ?-\ 'J-i'--
'- Patented July 21, 1596. [TRADE MARK. Patented
ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW, ] July 6,1897.
Mass., and has 20 room:. The dormitory ; -- ---- I

'S has a capacity for accommodating mall in size and great: in results are TITl'. \'I1.1.E. -. 1'I.01:1II.-\'j 5 0 PER GENT AVIMP Requires no top or bottom rail and only J 4' as
123: students and the dining hall for IMVitt's Little Early Uiter, the famous Pro-t'cutillg attorney for \: OnllliUi I many posts as the old style netting and makesa
Notary public. Will practice iu all courts of better fence. A full line of Field and Ho r Fencing! Steel Picket Lawn Fence
feeding) GOO students and ;;-.11< teachers.! : little pill that cleanse the liver and I ,
U. II. Wilson the >tat'I I Gates, Posts, Rail, etc. \Vrite for full particulars.
f The former is called l.il1h'hall., in bowel- They not giipe. --- .---------------
;f honor of Charles W. Kin. sll'\: of Cambridge &F :Son.Peneacola. A. II. IT.NNKV, UNION FENCE CO., DeKaib, III.ALL .

Mass., and the latter the Martin ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW,

i:. Gray hall. has a paper mill in active TITl"\ LLE. FLORID.

l...:' The buildings are remarkable! for operation. The capital vis-ted in the Will practice in the courts of the 7th Judicial -

their beauty and elegance combined is )0,000: <), and the daily capacity circuit. i f
,,' ; i plant __ __ ____ _____ __ y
with a surprising economy in cen- of the mill i twenty: tons of paper} which n n 'l<
struction. Lumber was brought from i-5 produced at about half the market JAMKS .tN IJIa\\'i"i, 5

L the neighboring state of North Carolina price, making the ret profits from $:;Onto ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, > Ttit GOLD

and massive blocks of granitewere : lhy.Tallll'TinH..'::. Main office and address TihhaK Florida.
per Otiice at Fort Pierce, Fla., upon the 2nd and IN KLONDIKE
carted from a neitriiboritiir; quarry
. tom Fridays each month.
reserved for this especial object. Hundreds lrZJ-: : I.\, ITCHING lOJ.l'DI1'I.IS; Notary'Public. State' at Large. yr
workmen were employed _._____ __ n ;,. S ,; could buy no b<'iter. in"re
of negro -cEiu MI r.v it. is. is.r.ottl carl"tlllly' and accuralll ly
stone, shaping and -- r. j. wECn constructed -t5 1-
iu cutting the : ; h or more intt
<' Free to SutlVrer-. \TTtm EY-\T-L.\W. '- :ti- Ii!:, ntv! designed ......h"d5dan
putting together the woodwork, etc., igrjo model
many of them being competent me Doe your -kiu itch and burn DKtn-sMnj i TiTfPviLLE. FLORIDA.I
chanics. eruptions min the kin so you feel ashamed to Will practice in the court of the 7th judicial i ;
he seen in company; ? Ho souland scales forth'ri circuit : 3
The knowledge of the important relation on the skin, hair or si-alp? Have you .\ : !
the enterprise bears to negro education Skin sore and cracked? bash form on the skin? I
in the south no doubt gave the omen Prickiugpain in the !skin? Ho'VPimples'! ? If "tiiinres! C.lIllil'," it must lie th-at
Bon! pains? Swollen joints' Falling hair? All from the Havana _
incentive in their work some of those figures' I
added .'
: an Old BouVEatingsore- !
run down? Skin pale: xy BICYCLES
i and increased their elliciency. I'lcen.? To cure to stay cured take I). 15. H poj-totlice are the exception which proves: y
1 A feature of great interest: iu connection : Botanic Blood Balm), which makes the blood the rule. I j "Just of age, 21 years old '
fact and rich. B. B. B. will cause the sores { .
is the pure
with the to heal, itching of eczema to stop forever, the t !
f j' that it is standing; on the historic skin to become clear and the breath sweet i \ Pelc $40

i i ground where the Confederate soldiers P. B. B. i is just the remedy you have been Preventionbetter \ j
camped in 1S'IIn;: the last defenseof look ins for. Thoroughly tested fur 30 years Tutt's Liver 11 There are wheels WIWl!
3 Confederacy. Our readers are advised to try B. B. B. For than cure. \ are higher priced. hi I I
the capital of the SI large bottle: six i economical and onkmt!
I sale by druggist at per
+ j Running northwest from the bite for a large bottles;(fun treatment) ;?o. Be sure the Pills will not only cure, but if ( inctncd manufacturing= have and made selling the 'j'

; distance of two miles was a zigzag bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm. Complete taken in time will Rambler price possible, f
r trench dug in the top of a low, uneven directions with each bottle. So sutl'erers may prevent
test it, a trial bottle given away. Write for 11111 : "for the best HamMers ever built"We t.
; ,: ridge and extending to a location it. Address BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta. Ga Sick Headache, ;r a-I k you to call andee.
F t. Were installed the original batteries for Describe trouble and free personal medical kamblen and secure a ,t- .'
from your B. B. B. for sale by J. B dyspepsia, biliousness, malaria, ored Peter Covered Booklet"Jtsi t
j the guarding of the fair city pos- advice given. >i Minn"i :
:Screven, druggist,Titusville. 2 i
} sible attack. constipation, jaundice, torpid -i-
the grove of oaks
Land bordering on I
utilized as a nursery for C.A.STOnJ.A. liver and kindred diseases.TUTTtS I
S was for years ihs Kind You Hall Always Bought
1 1 many varieties of indigenous trees. Bears the Liver PILLS I

The architect has planned a main cen Signature 1 t1.-#: _
; tral entrance to the grounds, which cf ABSOLUTELY CURE. I I E. B. WAGER, Agent, Titusville, Fla.

# ..i )will be. adornedjvith.ajlajue.qf Abra_; I





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.: ;j. : FRIDAY, JUNE 29. 19CO. .:
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- : '0" ;. i:- COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. paperjof; Sunday school leadership into de. MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Sugar Refinery Sold. .

:.fJS :''M W. L. HUGHLETT, )I. D., L.T. DANIEL, faulting; of marriage into mercenary cuntractof MELBOURNE STATE BANK-Capital $15- Sabel Bros., of Jacksonville, have purchased ROBBINS :
.: D. D. 8.-Offices The Indian River filial affection into a business com
J .. over ; 000. J. H. Phillips, president; E. P. Branch, the old St. Cloud sugar refinery, ----
; ::: ; DrugCo'sstorestheleadingDrugestablishmeat bine of the into the cashier. The bank lower river
; ministry a profession; only on the
;; .:.., of the Indian river country. missionary spirit into a moneygrabbingscheme and the pineapple region of Brevard county.EAU in near by Kissimmee.Hamilton Disston Thia is the and big associate plant put, & GRAHAM :

i : o'"S. F. TRAVIS & CO. Exclusive WholesaleR and religion into a dollar mark. .
Grocers GALLIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. of Philadelphia, some years ago, a .. ,
I carry the largest stock of General ....
j j.f.'\'. }; Merchandise on the east coast of Florida Last Tuesday while A. H. Trafford was capacity of 600 tons of sugar per day.
'K Can meet all competition. Write for prices HODGSON BROTHERS. Dry Goods, Ship SalH-l Em the plant purelyon
J arranging his peanut roaster preparatoryto Chandlery, and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and purchased
-;' I ;": "WILLIAM HINDLEUndertaker and Em- starting up the roasting process some fittings. Clothing, Paints and Oils, Groceries. speculation, as it was going to decay, LA. vv ERS.Will .
....: "\:-- *balmer. Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup' accident deranged the racht that controls Marine railway, steamer for charter. and will endeavor to get interested par- .

.( f: plies. Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing the spring, thereby causing the crank to ties to start it up again. practice in State and United State
.: of Every Description. Agent Beveridge Courts.
the to around and
'< Steam Cooker cylinder fly wildly,
striking his left hand drove the Iran handle C. P. PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. CANAVERAL. I

VFRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty into the flesh between the thumb and Calls to any point on the river promptly Wildcats are committing great depredations -
; ., years experience; all kind of repairing answered. Po t Pierce. Florida. ,
done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men' forefinger, causing an ugly wound which on our poultry yards. :
1', shoes made to order. will disable the hand for some time. J Abstracts Of Title furnished to land
.,,;, :I EAU GALLIE. :Miss Holmes, of Sharpe! is visiting in Brevard and Dade counties.

.. FOR GROCERIES and Fresh Meats call on Last Friday afternoon at about 3 o'clocka Orange and other citrus fruit trees are :Miss Burns for a few weeks.

or write to E. C. Johnson, Cocoa. citizen of this town pulled out a pencil showing a heavy :growth in this section. Mr. W. C. Peterson has shipped about -

: It L. MOTLOW.-Fine Wiues, Brandies, and an old envelope from his hip pocket three tons of honey this season.
Whiskies and Liquors of all kinds. Special and addressing a cr a large
her work the Banana Mrs. W. K. Chandler is entertainingher
e attention given to mail orders. Gentlemen I on commencing I
write the
am going to name
I Miss Tuten for few by ourselves and clients.
'\; : THE AFFORD BAKERY.-Firstquality of the next governor of Florida on this next Monday.The friend, a days.

. : Bread, made of high grade flour, sent to any paper under this date and hour. What Lizzie \'isitedIelbourne :Monday: Mr. J. T. Hood is having Frank Klein

: : i' address; also never-failing horne-madcyeast the crowd saw was "June 22, 1900, 3 p. with Mrs. A. H. Hodgson and Miss A. F. haul! his beach cottage to his place near Prices for Unimproved Lands : "'
!. ;t., : cakes. Ice Cream Saturday.
. iRF. every in., Gov. Jennings." Since then that citizen Hodgson on board. the river.S. .

i GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable struts about with the air of a states- Ames and Bob Burns sailed to Ti- $3.00 to 100.00 per acre.
t AI. Goo
}a ,, Store, for good, fresh and reliable goods e's new boat was noticed sailing -
i man expecting a job and is the of
'". ,... 3sch as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery. envy : opposite this town. She is fast anda tusville Friday. They returned Saturday
. Hats, Trunks and a full line of Groceries. the whole brigade of loungers. credit to her builders. morning.Mr. We have a few .

rl.. I 'I JARVIS HOUSE Open all the year round. When the horse came home late last X. King and daughters, Vida and
.. : Pleasant location facing the river on river Sunday night without the bu<:gy or driver Alligators; : are teen: daily in the Eau :Myrtle, am staying at Mr. Peterson' Residence, Orange Grove and Pine

<. '. front. Rates ftOO per day,special terms by the stableman started out a hunting squadto Galie! river, and are heard nightly jrivinj while Mr. King is working on the county apple properties in desirable loca

".' the week or month. ascertain what was the trouble, but ;; their musical(?) bellow tions. Prices reasonable.OFFICES .

for the life of us that all find Huckleberries road.We
we can still

r. : j j lip p I AND D DOWN THE[ (EAST I J COAST.i out about it, except that he was found some of our citizens.are The being woods gatheredby are of Titnsville understand, j is: going that to:Mr.send Geo.some S(of obit his>,
sitting the full -
bujwy; hopelessly wringinghis of them, owing to the plentiful rains. fishboats here. Fish
over are quite plenti
: hand, the wheels securely jammed:
Brief Mention of Minor Matters Occurring :Messjs. Crudell brothers hit now.
i between two cabbage trees, his hat lost: caught, with TITUSVILLE and MIAMI.
sfr. at Our Neighboring Towns. the horse missing, his trousers torn and the trolling spoon, 400( pound of trout A very enjoyable dance was given at .

in his dazed condition he was unable to Tuesday. How is this fur Indian river the school house Saturday night. There i

tV"t. ',: COCOA. say definitely whether he was kicked or lisping'.' was quite a large! gathering, and Mr.

; flethel J. Stewart, of Bovine, was a the horse dodged, or she gave him the The steamer Courtenay is looking like Peterson kindly furnished the music. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.

.t, visitor to our town last Tuesday. mitten, or the horse kicked or she kicked, a new vessel, being }painted from truckto :Mr. Syh'annsm's gave a comical concert -

5-* Sheriff J. P. Brown was in our town on or or somehow. The trouble is he keel. The boat is in charge of Juhn in Burns' store house last week. It G. F DUREN, Agent,

" official business' the first of the week. made them all solemnly promise to not Ferguson. was 1 given for the edification of a few of I

. \ j i I .ss". G. Vanlandingham, of Titnsville: tell a word about it, and they didn't. Our bo\>' pockets are full of money his young friends. The attendance was '

,, I 'was here on business the first of the week. Now with fish at two cents per pound), and larger than was expected by the man FtIui'IdiaAi

I hauling them in as fast the agers. ,
as youngsterscan
Aaron and Cha Cleveland, of Men itt, Jeilersoimllfi.
l were transacting business here last Mon put on bait. A quiet wedding occurred at Xathan J and

I day. Joe Jefferson's new town at Hobe This is the last week in which town last Tlutrsda\ The contracting narties. I \VesternIeats
'pound;; the lower east is bound were :Miss Fanny Penny, of that pla<-e, I
)It-s. Starck, of Malabar, is visiting her on coast, taxes can be paid without added expen c.
'friend, Mrs. Lip, of our town, this to be a theatrical center, judging; from :Miss Kennedy will ;give you a receipt. for and Mr. Charles Gifford, of Vero. Only I 't
many of the principal theatrical managers the ceremony. I of allKilHt

. Dr. L. A. Peek, of Melbourne, was a in New York to purchase building G. F.1'addison's new overshot wheelis ,.. ..n _
' visitor to our town between trains last ready for business. Increased b
lots there and .
will potterhas
they put up !houses: 0
Tuesday.Mr. soon Among them are :Marc: Klaw, A. been gained by the new plan, withan crop can

and Mrs. C. J. Cojrgin left Tuesdayfor L. Krlanger, Chauncpy OIe'uUugnstu endless supply of water.A growvith= I I I -'v'1TitusvHie

their summer outing; in the west and 1 Piton, Harry Kennedy and others. new bridge is being built over theF. : Florida.

northwest. Charles B. Jefferson, the eldest son of E. C. railway crossing on Highland out Potash. I

I W. E. Booth has been confined to his Joe Jefferson, has been in the state for avenue. The new structure is a great f 'q ,

bed for several weeks with inflammatory some days, and has outlined the plans.He improvement over the old one. Every blade of HK.VK\ 15. TOMIKTXPreiiUnt.. .
says that his father is a great lover of
: Florida, and feels that the winter climate The wounds about St. Johns church Grass t 6n ti J.unD.. BAKES, A s't. Cashier. a
r I 'The rock is heinu quarried and hauled have been cleared and the brush every grain .
i: here has done much for him. up : piled id
10 the lot for the foundation of the '
t I school building. new away from the building.; J. Kingan of Corn, all Fruits National Bank of

,.'.,' I YOUR BEST FRIEND can give you no better Hodgson; donated the needed work.
r, I Yonr correspondent wonders if any effort advice than this: "For impure blood humors, and
+ scrofula salt Dr. Hebard was' called to Merrills Vegetables 'MJ
rheum dyspepsia, weak nerves
' at reform was ever truly and permanently tired feeling, rheumatism malaria, catarrh island last week on professional business! the State of FloridaC1PI1l.lIJ

successful. take Hood's Sarsaparilla and he cured" His new catboat is useful in professional must have it. If jL..
II '' Constipation is cured by Hood's Pills. 25c. JI r
Luscious hom{> soft peaches and /
4 -grown calls neces.-itating: ; the cross of the river,
, bis watermelons continue to fill the long CITY POINT. and Master Maui Hebard i is quite a good enough is supplied i 100,000.00.)().

..felt in this commullitv.I .
sailer. shmattc1 depository of the State of FInri
I .)Irs. John of Miami forml'rlvresi .i. I*. lather was in Cocoa Wednesday you can count on a full cropif -- i i ida. and of the City of .Ju'kSUII\"iIIl' Solicits- I
Omweg, ,
.. J morning on business.Krnest hiss I Bessie: Hodg.-on: entertained her i accounts of all elates and offers every facility
ix ent of this place, was visiting ftiends lust i i consistent with prod l ut hanking. Uecojmiz-
little the
Saturday too
young Ilirthdayparty. will be
1 friends here several days last week. Abney has a new skip-jack, growth | ins s who accumulate a I
. I which he lus christened the E,1ith1.. Mis }Be"ie; was the recipient of i surplus, we will[ allow interest on time de-
The bicycle boys are doing some quite a number of nice 1'ri':-eats. The "scrubby." posits. We invite attention to the statement
I for the Miami races, but our streets are Capt. awl :Mrs. Sharpe and )fr'. and) young people! separated: at 5) p. m. after l elo\v eomlvfcM'tl from our last oiHcial reportto

.considerably out of repair owinj; to recent :Mi.*. A. Faber, of Faustina, were in 'inn; K'galed wall ice cream and cakeon Send for our books telling all about composition of the honorable} controller of the currency:

J heavy rains.Although town Tuesday.The the lawn at I'ineuood Lodge. rertii7cLe.t adapted for all crops. They cost you u i CON-DENSE)

- the dull season i is on ns our orange crop for Sharpes and City -- nothing.GFR.MAX. I STATEMENT OF CONDITIONAt

f I 'town i is enlivened almost daily by the Point this year is estimated at three "Better' !late: than never." It ii beet however- KALI WORKS "; Nassau SI.,N en-York. clue of bu-illt'SSpril 215. 15)00.
thousand" boxes. to l he never late about taking II III Ill'S :Sir.ipaiill.1 --.- .--- i
.arrival and departure of drummers ----- I
to purify your bluoil. Take it now.3IEIiOUKNE. .
1 number of whom it the business men The of Dr.
.. family Holmes left Thursday Loans and di-mints _-n____u____ 243.97347 I
I of our town.Jlesdamcs. for Oceanus, where they will spend : 8PE CULATION !IOvt'nlrafts.nn ___________ u__ 5.91'j3t i

J. P. Brown and M. S. mxeral, weeks on the beach. I>r. L. A. Peck took short trip the i ,: I iiited States Ixnul.s______t. ______ :.OOO.OIl : J
up Premium 1;. S Ijuncls__________ 232.37hind :
Jones, Jr., of Titusville! are visiting relatives I. II( Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Sanders) of Lake- line last: Monday. is the shun road tll ) ,. blocks awl securities113J160..M ,0
I and friends in U-)ckle and this and left last i ( .
house furniture
j ge : week fur home, after spend-= .inking and Fix. 41.417.ti2
Tom Iiim cll of lion-land 1 made
short WEALTHfor
place this week. bug several weeks :i Other rt'all'-otatt' owned n fi. O.Jt'. ;
::! visiting relatives:: in visit
to town Saturday. | tab in vault--------------------- M',7!5.fc!
1 This scribe i is watting patiently for a City Point.F. the few the hr.u1roal .I Due from hank Old 1'. S. treasurer n3.4i 1.23LIABILITIES. : ,
Mr. Collins: :still continues to tuakedaily to ruin for the1i.1
\ 'sample: of that fragrant tobacco grown on II. Black had the misfortune: to J I ,,I
= of fresh ti-h.
i :Merritts Island. It is described us being oephi horse Tuesday! with blind shipments N Y. i ffil-t,36U.31
stagers. -
of fine she, perfect condition and choice I ,: \\'. I E.] Faber also lost a fine colt Joy McAlli-ter, of Eau (iallie, wa-s in i I :

',variety.It last week from the Fame cans! town Tuesday t'unipgisiting; friend-. It is a safe peculation td, ime-a in our 1 ('iiJlitt1itllC'k -- ?HMNiO.OO) I

that the Britk-h lion and MissJessie: lioode; rdl1l'lIl'llllolllt' from i surplnaamid: profits nn_ -_ 2"..I$26RI
seems the
SHOES AND OXFORDS. I ('imalttiilgnutes .. 3Tt.iiQQ.Oii
Boer lamb are about to lie down together 1)S";1.n.. 1 liO-eland lat :aturday, lepoitingatry Dhiiii'muiKitllid\ fur--------- Soo.ou

in peace; but as is usual in cues where )plea l -allt trip. ; Bill- payable _. None
to $3.50
$1.25 ,
Al.en Cain and sister, Mi!i's Caroline, Iep,, 451 l'3.536i4.iti6l r'
I\' is that inside particular the lion.lion is concerned the lamb have bone to Olnl'Y to spend the Fourth Mr. Tuten and !souof= Artesia i were in Ladies' $1.25 to $2.50 ---

with relatives theie. own Tueso'av with a boat load of new Misses $1.00 to $1.50.Children's .

I As far as your correspondent can judge hill 1 : )potatoes.: -- -
Miss Jessie Joode, who has been line 50c. to $1.00.
: by expressions: heard upon the streets the 1 U. .\. Conklin- market well
\visiting I'rcildoune returned keeps) our Hodgson Bros.
to )Mel
; nomination of W.
Judge; Jennings to Furniture Dry Goods ,
bourne Satnrdav. Pplied withigetable-, and fruits of all ,
be the Democratic
governor i G IX
when in season. In.\ I.
I t of Florida meets with the approval of the A. K. Campbell came down from Melbourne Mattings.

JVmocrats of this section. Friday, but, owin: to :sickness, ('bailie Gifford; and bride, of Vero, .tlllllC'HA.ITS...
I' hall to return the early pan of the wi'H'tlu' jjrufvN ofl(1'. and Mrs. :S. F. ('HAS. .\. fiAKDXKK. TituvilFla.! .
T. A. Robinson of Point week.llr. Eau Gallie Fla.
City in -
was ( ;ibb last Saturday and Sunday.Mis. I
town last :Monday disposing of a lot of Bolton, the censi: enumerator .

peaches grown on his home place This; has been here finding; out who every- Frank Latham, of Oak Lodge, Dry Goods Clothing

east coast country i is rapidly coming to hotly was and their u-a-on for being so. :tied daughter, Mrs.: Wells, cum up in f.

the front ;lsapead-gt'ottingectiiri, and! He left Sunday for Sebastian. their saiiljoat last: week 10bit Mr--. Ed. ItOOT i.M MOis, ,

i the time may come when the }ll'adll'l'op -- ---- Morgan.S. y $ IInun' iJi:. (. I'EIEIEs

will be as: much in demand a the ; FOK I-KOSIXUTING; ATTOKMIY."o :S.: Martin U: now the proud owner puvrs IM) OILS, r/r(.'

i.1.Some. the voters of Brevard county: oft nice city lot on Otrawllrilrit' avcivic. = Scam Launch for Charter. f

: surprise, a good deal of handhakini I hereby announce myself a*, a candidate which he hay ju-t bought from Alex i \ Fp

i .- : and congratulation were indulged Jrevaid for prosecuting attorney for the county of i ioode.; It i is a very pretty lot. \\\I- p1Ih .FOR.
I subject to the action of the Denwlatic
in of among the our townsfolk from the upon the receipt : county convention. If I am nominated- :1'!i'. Buckingham; ha: been bringing into A Shave and- a Hair Cat

new state convention and elected I will do my duty.JAMF" our market MHIHtine looking \iI,:irugrapes -

that Judge \V. S. Jennings* nominated E. ANDREWS. : urown on his plant: wept of town, Ih n- ta., ....Ml T \...

and ito be our nest governor. It ___ which be sells; for 10) cent* per I"uiuu.l. r.x .. -
seems that the plain: people have won h x x ) Carruthers'

against the politicians. ('a pt. _\ll'x. J. Guode-; launched I his new .Barber I
, : : :
, I. sailUiat last :iucc: then ..... Shop
: [ Saturday. :several ,
The Messrs.l'owers: of Orange county, 7 .7
sailing who went out in her \-ii.. .
parties but I'Xllco'i.WI',1 work- !
passed through our town !last Tuesday en i T
Nursing Mothers fo- a -a"11: I, rejiort her a fart little yacht. m en employed alllI"l ] rfect FLUI.'l' .*-'E.
4 route to the vicinity of Lake Washington, 1
She wa built by S. :M. Martin and Alex THE RISING GENERATIONa "' itiifactionuaranteed. i
I <
whence they are drivinga portion of their dread hot weather. They 8 ( ioode. and i is a credit to them. ; well a-tin- |"nnt ,,1,0'i, ui'l i: : I..- i...:tir.iniltnmsrer .T. L. (".\lmt'l'IIEC: Proprietor
stock of cattle to place them on the _._. ,
range; know how it weakens and rA if their t foii'l "'I-i>t-"t'-i: little nfth-: .
here. The resident! stockmen: a-serfc that how goal rather than too mm'h of the indiltt'rent. --- -
this affects the That Tlirolililiig Heailaclie
the range about L lke'a hinuton: is now baby. m Dr. Hoiislitoii's:
overstocked and that unless a large number m All such mothers need Would quickly leave you if you ised Groceries and Fresh Meats ; Floating Dental Apartments .
Scott's Dr. New Life Tills. Thousands:; of '
of cattle is removed! the next season Emulsion. It gives King's IIf superior Duality I are not nrresstrilyesppiiive ,
them strength and sufferers have proved their matchless merit > Our ;;nod. an <'er tilt i nt. \t-ry article t j O.V THK . .
will see a disastrous range famine.A Vi makes VJ for sick and nervous headaches. They lii-ins: the best of itkiiul.. yd pride- are not I

student of the signs of the times is the baby's food richer make pure blood and strong nerve and i I higher, and in -oine <.:aenot. ..1hiili. a- those ,
more abundant. : charged fur interior 4 MM'-' .., .DENTOSAT :
buildup health. Easy! to take. Try .
amazed at the rapid change within the last andjf4 your _____ _
few years of patriotism into commercialism SOc. and !l. All druggists. cured.them. Sold'hyli.Only :2-:::. cents K. ,WiK-oruV money l hack Son, if druggists. not- E JOHNSON, __ ===== =========

r of integrity into guarantee company COCOA I
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. .. THE FI..OIID1STAR possible of the cordiality and hos- Things Left Undone. '.'

.' "-::.. pitality of the good people of the The attitude of congress in 'respect ..
Entered at the poatof Ice at Titusville as
metropolis. Nothing was too good
to two others lAKING
'; .: second-class mail matter. things, among ,
:. for the visitors on this great occasion during its recent session is likelyto
r ,'- ;, Ellis B. Wager, Editor and Publisher ,
and Jacksonville certainly cause the Republican party POWDER
'. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOBNINQ"UIJSCiilTION herself proud in respect. Her
every trouble. It refused to pass the anti-
!* z".. Sl. O PER ANNUM business men her political leaders PuRE
:. : ; trust bill and it did not fix approx- ,tsSOWIEtY
her all and
newspaper men, everybody -
imately the time for bringing to an
..",, IdvertUinjr Application.Kate Furnished on appointed themselves a corn end our military occupation of Cu Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ,

.. mittee of one to make it pleasantfor ba. The anti-trust bill was passedby ROYAL AXING:POWDER CO..NEW YORK.
Communications on live topi especially 111
4. : and succeededin
of local interest, are solicited. But the editor everyone, they the house and seqt to the sen-

f\' reserves the right to condense them to suit. that most thoroughly. Years ate. The latter body referred it to Ammonia Tank: Exploded. had a narrow escape. All the vegetation
," Brief items of neighborhood news always
desired. hence the delegate, the candidates, the judiciary committee, and thereit An ammonia tank exploded at the ie which the ammonia reached close to the

I ; and their friends will have pleas- : will rest until after the presidential I factory in Sanforl Wednesday of la t factory was covered with frost. The dam.
J that neither
understood I
It mast be clearly
; THE STAR nor its editor is responsible for ant reminiscenses of the last grand campaign. Senator Bacon was week, letting loose about two hundred ages were very soon made good. As the

f .a opinions expressed by correspondents. Democratic state convention, held in that gallons of ammonia. Mr A. C. Doudney, factory has two separate machines the
right saying oughtnot
congress of ice interfered within
president of the Sanford lee company, supply was
Subscribers will confer a favor on THE in Jacksonville. to adjourn until that bill had
: and Mr. Lewis, chief I the least.
.-' STAR if they will notify us of any failure to .. -... been The Democratic Tracey
..j : receive their paper.MURDOCK passed.
Florida's Next Governor.The members of the house demandedthat

.. BARRS has been selected adjournment should not take Florida East Coast Ry.
Democracy of Florida has
to the rules to
; ;y-. prepare govern : place until the anti-trust bill .had

the primaries. He will doubtless called upon the hero of Hernandoto been acted upon, but the Republicans TIME TABLE NO. 27. IX EFFECT JUNE 2J. 1900.

make them so fair and satisfactory lead her in the coming campaign, only laughed at them. It is
.i : SOUTH BOUND (Read Down. Read Up) NORTH BOUND.
and William Sherman
f .
,.. will win him the unanimous in. Jenningswill .
., as doubtful if the Republicans when ,
NoAI.So.3a: 'No.7 'iNo.i2DailylDaily: Mo4.
I >, -4I dorsement of all Democrats. take up the affairs of state they introduced it, had inten- Daily i Daily STATIONS. I I ....."..
any IO"
which have been so carefully guarded 03g I
. 1- --- COP
tion of it before the rIJ I
) 1o': passing presidential 4U-p1..W-dLv..Jact.-.onviUe..Ar; 730P 10 l 5a90t ,
l THE Democratic leaders in Duval and wisely executed by Governor { .> K-->IIlI-J-.1Ar.,, ... St. Au'mtine..Lv 6Op: ii90a! t-3
Bloxham. election. They simply O H ;);vPll1lx\Lv.,', ..... )t. Au{ tutine ...Ar 6 lap : i: .... _.
J -* county played the shrewdest move wanted to credit for g 5gip:111la:: !) ,, '' . .. Hastings .. .. .. .Lv550p 54ipEat 82Ua\ ,' d .101I. '"
get favoring ,
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Personal favorites had to be sac- B l.pll! (bp Ar Palatka! 525p 812a:
chessboard in the
t. : on the political anti-trust legislation. h ,64'Pi1'l&piar.: .. .. . .Palatka..Lv+|!-5lWp- 4a, :>
tt..., state convention that has ever been rificed in Jacksonville last week, The Cubans '11 4Js Lv, .. . .Palatka. . ..ArAr 54op; 835a, O Z %
and no one regrets more than we are getting very uneasy 02 o o = j ""PI.-. . .. .. ..SanMateo..Lv:: ) .-. .. 66a.ia. ..., b HO
introduced in Florida by carrying respecting the continued occupation H. .E 655aLv. .. . San Mateo ... .Ar6Iopl205pLv 72h !
E : ; : : CQ
out the proposed capital removal do that Brevard's favorite candi of their island mili- wJ W : .... East Palatka... .... ..Ar7Up a'hu'' 8IUa- 'p P dca : .
date-Hon. J. I). to our F-t ,} 1-l5pi . . .Ormond..Lv' 1 O'p 6 1:21 1 Q 0
i plan. Begg-had givesup tary force, without under O .!o 0 75api' 137pi ....... Daytona.. ....... 351p 631a;|, 0F,+.t
,. any tIJ :d ... .. 21a'600a!'!
the fight; but we are all one = I b Ujp, lip .Port: Orange 341p320p 6 ooS"
standing as to when the occupation p low pot 2iup'I .... ..Srnvrna."I, 0
;-t. BREVAKD and Dade county delegations now and we extend our congratu- 8 S I I.I 5jyp. ". !. .. .. ...oak Hill.. .. .....! 3()()[, . ..;: CO, tai;
-hall cease. They think that thereis 03 : 3ui:+p1"!' ....... Titusville .... ...... .. .I .
stood shoulder to shoulder lations to Mr. Jennings. He will .Q) =,", .. 3Ap't\ .. ... ...City Point. .. .... .. 225p.. .. I .p.....
J convention have aid the a purpose in this country to re- ..L'....". p"' .. I.. .. .,.... . Cocoa ....., ... 1.5"I.! ....1 o- r"a316p1 ... .....
in the Democratic state our same as thoughour tain of the island. If W low '+ ... 3 t>>'wJ 4J' *' ...... .. ..PV. .."..'**',l"e.. ...... .. ** I ..I + f!"'"
z. I at Jacksonville last week, and favorite had received the nomi- possession 0 .. 4a J'ol!l" .... . ..Eautiallie.. ,.. ... 11:5p! ... w: CJQ W
.. gave that idea becomes widespread there II=t r .... 4. I i .. .. .. MellMrarne\ .. .... .. | o
; their solid support for Beggs first, nation. m . 'I... .. ... ., .Ro-elamL.... ...... |.110:11'1..1) p COo
will, in all probability, be troublein .11i ,t . .. S O'r.: ...... ... Seba.tian ... ...... .. 1tiPI..1 I 0 P1 4tIJ
f.. last and all the time that his name The fight was a fair one, strictly en .. 5o8p' ,. ... .. ... LucIe.. .... .. ,III .; ::r ffCQ Fr'"
within Cuba, and the Republican party ."... < .. 6 001)1, . ....St. Perce ... .... .III ._, aI..1. -- tDH 03
:, was before the convention. party rules, no bitterness will be o ... G27p,' .. . . Tibbals .. .. ... ... ill 0-Iaj . .. .CQHuIlVtt
;tit no offensiveness noticeable to blame for it, as that party 8 .. .. "J'i: . ... .. .. .Edta. .... ...... "Ell0uti i ..l J! o!
, -- was controls A .."' ... r-i .. v3ip .. .".. . ... drnsen .......... 111 aa..i! OJ
THERE was imperialism in the throughout the contest. congress. congressional: ...l o .... fil.ipl"; I{ ...... ..Stuart. ..... ,1114.11 j, .. OoIo
resolution, that Cuba would be = ... 715p| ... ..... .HohH Sound.......... j i ltJ Ual . ..I *:
*# Philadelphia convention ; there will The fact that all the other places: ... .1) 7:2Spl ... ... .. :
turned over to its people within OS.. .. S 02p ... ...We-t Palm Beach ..... '" II O'iY"'aa a.' :
4t+ he royalty in the Kansas City conS with one exception were filled by 8s pot . .' ::vi" ...... . Boynton . .. .... 9Uat..I' e.,
ention. David Kawanakoa delegate the old oflicers being renominated OIKyear, or two years, would] have w: .. Sljlipi:: .... .. . Delrav . ... ..1 I !:iiaa': ... ..rcl
. .j .... .
-atisiied{ conservative !: 022-1 Fort L-vlerdale. ... 8Xa! .. .t =
from Hawaii, is a prince of the shows that the affairs: of our state Cubans and < .. "07pa' ... .. Lemon! c'lty . .. 1 :!: .. .. p
d -armed those; di-pOSed to make W 101 15, Ar . .Jliami . .. Lv; 7 l:a '
royal blood. But he is a Democrat have been wisely administered for '
trouble. Parlor Cars on Train :i; and 7"!.
;- and comes instructed for Bryan. the past four years. i Between Jacksonville. Pablo Beach and Mayuort.

--- - .\- -Thousand Tongues Xo 15,\,_",o._'.)'... ,'.0.: ., ".,0.1.r._.'..0.'..- ,... '.) .,
STATIONS.Lv. Daily Daily 'O ;f' 'sun" Vun" Tun" ?: !
MR. BRYAN made real nine Daily
a get Mr. Kill: Cannot Be Nominated.A \I1tlnot] express the rapture of Annie ex.Suex, Su,' UM'f Oil!.;' only only Daily j
stump speech in Wisconsin the .'] :Springer of llL'o; Howard St. Pliila- Jw-koay31e.! . ..... ... . .. .. -7 ICa' 4.>rp' 7Uup 104 Ar.Pb.oP..adl.. .. .... . .. .4:1+ .,'
k'Iphia. Dr.Cing's ,3.>PUl.phJJ.>:l 2i.ip. 73-V..U. :; ....
other day. He visited a lumber Philadelphia paper having : : fur )Ia\-p m. . . .:i .SOUpIll .iOJ:,; .!, _

camp and on being invited to test made the canvass of Democratic lad completely XcDisrm'el'y cured her of Consumption a hackimzrnlh : ,i:IH.Xo.lStNo: : I ...Vi.-.o.. ,- :11"v' .' :";:..' ....,: '-:...-.N.-'.:3tex

It his expertness with the ax he complied newspapers for vice president finds that for many vents J had made life DailyDailyDaily i uc.x;, neX i Uf'.xNl Daily""sun"Son only '!, only: i onlv'SunTsnn";' only :artily
and felled three- that the majority of then editors fa- t burden. All other remedies and doctor. Lv. ,- ''- '' --. '-. .
.ftf > : ,
quickly a Masts'-t..4oa; stall) ( .oop''
: oulil give her no help, but she says of . . . . . .' u"" .., 8 lOa 550pr.p c.... ... -i 11 "&i: :, -_':;.'i>!!< I'."..".p!
i; foot pine. Then, being a-ked for a vor Ex-Senator Hill, of New York. his royal cure: "It soon removed the A r. .Ta_ >iivilk-. Ii 10t, 81. :a, 0255p. i0ldlp .!A_lJI't' 'oOn _6 00i 1 lOUij*:' .tiiipBetween :

t : speech, he mounted the stump of :tor Bryan's running mate over any ain in my clte.-t, ui.d I can now sleepoumlly : New Smyrna and Orange Between Titusvlile and Sanford.

V-;?; the tree he had just: cut down andy ither man who has been mentionedin something. : I ran scarcely reniem- City Junction. >M J1 ---- > ,V z--_. Xd
his hearers Democratic connection with the i er doing; bt fore. I ft el like sounding; 'VoTT N.TTi I s TATIO '. : NI i.2: -j N't;!,F 1 MI Lv:. ,..- .. TI""Jlit'u Ar 1 :yip
gave good }position.One praises throughout; the universe! :>:o ';JJp: I Iv.Jt. Lv .XI'\\' :-1J1'tn"r :20ipi Ii i.,, .I.n .. ..... :Mum... ... Lv ,112p
I l doctrine for a few minutes. of tIle main reasons why Mr. nil everyone who trip Dr. King'- Xeviscovery 1 US: n IL Lakt. Helen. .Lv l'Op: 5Up S 2aa .. ....... ...OMven.. .... .. Ill aid
'.: : ( |,)' ..Orange City.. 110i44'.ip >.*>a ... ...Enterprir.... ... .. jlliBa:
f., [Hill would be a strong: nominee is )i for :11)tmulll' \' of the throat, 4j: ; 12i: :;, Ar.Orangrl"y .1st. I Imp,| HOp :.Ijtr ...:: :' Smf.i4ajpI2A rtL_ . IllOOa
: JOE WHEELEU'S ears must be ')cause he could carry New Yorkif 'hest or iun;!*. Price o free: at P. It. WiNon & Sjn'sdnij:: City .J It')'- ion daily exeept Sunday. daily cxft-pt_:Sunday.
, 4 burning these days, and all on account any man: could. The best informed tore. Every bottle ;guaranteed. o

of the real nice mentioning? leaders in the Democratic -- -- Steamship Connections at Miami.

t, the Chicago newspapers are saying arty say that we must carry New Steamship Liius Consolidate. KEY WEST LINE.! -

... about him. His assignment tot York to win. Mr.[ Hill thoroughly The Florida East C'oa-t t :Steamshipcom- Lt'an'mmimu1an.: .. TllI'laW"d.n..lay: and Fnday* .. ... ..... .... ..II ::0) p. Dl.
command of the Department of the knows the political :situation in >any and the Plant :Steam.-liip lines I have thrust Kry Wi-st Monday.Wt; .,Iii -. liiy-. Thur" iays and :;: t\trtlay" .. .. ... .. :1:1... p. m.

hat eon consolidated 1, and will!! in future, I,,-avo K'y West TliurkLiys and MindayN . . . . . .. .. .. .. 2:00p.m.
i. ., Lakes seems to meet with universal state. He has a strong person- arrive Frilly-and M'nditys ... . . .. .... . . ... 5:01)a.: m.
r favor, and from these complimentary il following there, and would not the>lental known as the Peninsular and Oeci- -- HAVANA- LINE.
Steamship -
' notices would uily have the of his company.
; one never support party
The conolidation of the two lines way SOUTHHOl'XD STKAMKUS TOUCH AT KEY \VE:>T XOUTIIDOCND
e. dream that the press of Illinois had ml also that independent voters. made la-t week, and! only affects the DIRECT. HAVANA. TO MIAMLL .

ever called Gen. Wheeler a "rebel.'' The great difliculty toward noni.uating teamships: plyin between Port Tampa, i m-MiamiStind-iy find Wedm-silays... .... ... . .. .. .... ... .. ...... ..... !l.-Xp. m.
.e Mr. Hill for vice Key West, Havana, Xa.- - - president Lease Havana Tuesdays. and Fridays . .. .... . .... ... ... .. ... .... .. ...... .... 11 OJ X)a. in.
:.' SOMETHING; like fifty-five lives .vill come in when the formationfa The general otlicts will be located in Arrive Miami l5't', Saturdays ..... .. ... ... ... ...... .. . .. ....... 5:<<>>a. m.
'acki-onulle' and C. I.. will be
flyers -
i were lost in railway wrecks in this platform that will conciliatethe he of the Mr Th'''''' Time Tal,l,>s show the times at which train may bt-fiDected toarrive and deparV
r' last and unll\\' \\' Democrats manager; new company. from the viral station:. but their arrival or departure at: the times stated is not guaranteed
country Saturday e and the .
" dyers luv )bi-en connected) with the nor dw the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences ari.-
The 11i atrouHt'l'k near MePon[ Democrats of New York is taken Vmthern Expl'l'company a Ion,: time, ing therefrom.
. For of It Mal time card addressJ.
" ough, Georgia, was: the mot :K-rioti.- .I ). It now seems that the diflicul- ind has been steadily advanced since his P. BECKWITH.i-opy Traffic Manager.: J. D. RAHNEB. A. G. P. A.

that has occurred in many vears. ties i in the way nominating i Mr. first oi'iation with the company. He St. Augustine.

Yet the Pittsburg paiehways Hill will be hard is well known throughout; ihe entile
to overcome at
youth: and I has been tor many vearsnpeimtendent
that, numerous as: the deaths were, Kansas City next Wednesday.Nothing of the Florida division of

.. more than four times a: many persons ...... :.lie Nnithern Kxpres-s companyitii A
, were killed last while - 1 iieadtpiaiters in .a1 :tmlIIlIi, and I lie hay 0 It is not claimed that Foley'sMoney

year New Developed.On many friend: who will congiatulate; him l
;, trespassing on railroad tracks in in his '
r new appointment. LB] and Tar will Consumption
Allegheny county alone. our arrival home last week The pu-Mdcniuf t'e line will be cure =

:from attending the state Democratic Flakier; \uv pie.-ident, Morton Plant;
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:manager.: (.'. L :Merauditor.. K"itiinjfy : \' or Asthma in advanced
THE most thoroughly disgustedmen : convention we note the letter in ;. ra.-Iiier, Harry E. O-borno.

'. in New York I : are Tom Sliar} he lat: i i& j ,< and those who backed -Mr. Weekly Weather Keport.
key him in Hal'lh-ty, we also give space

.' his fight with lluhlin. So great a this week to a letter from Mr. T. S. PARTMEXT ER OF BUREAU.\ORICTLTURE WETH- hopes, but does truthfully claim to

k- favorite that Cooper. In both of
was Shurkey money thesecommuniatioiis Comparative statement of temperatures
'I was bet on him at odds of two to <- / there }has nothing new been tad rainfall for the week ending TUIay always give comfort and relief in the
Juiie2 f>, n;x).
(c : one. Nevertheless' the: sailor was developed except the charges made 1900 l tlt!

*: hammered into ufCOUsciount'Sby against i Senator Dimick, mot of June D.TE.I.X... 20. ...:3 MIX.72 M\X.-t M INTO( very worst cases and in the early

his underestimated competitor. 'vhk'h, we understand, have been .. :?l. '3 73; II j li1!
There i is some amusement in seeing fully explained either in the pressor .. :f. S" 72 "7 70 stages to effect a cure.
23.: "5 ii sSS 71Total
,r. the betting ''talent"get it right othtrwise. .... :1 ..:i 71 "''i 3 72

c in the neck" sometimes.THE Our endorsement of Capt. Dim- .. 2;;. Si() i\1 "1 72

.- irk does not throw the 2tJ. 't5 &n f *> ill BANNER SALVE is a healing wonder.
upon rainfall for the week. ."t in< h. I

liepuldican convention at us to disprove charge* that may be week Departure miuiit from.tCJ: inch.Depaituie the.normal raiiitali for tht

\," Philadelphia put up a bid for votes trumped up against him. Senator : from iHirmal rainfall since Jan I:. K. \\ ILMIN \ "0\.
t: } whenever there was a chance of obtaining Dimick will he at the Fort Pierce Kt. I'.tOO.: plus >4 iuches
HAL P. lUunix.
them. The delegation convention and will there
contesting undoubtedly Observer Weather Uu l'etU.
from 'Tennessee led by be prepared to meet and an- Jupiter. Fla., June 20. UII"II)
., Commissioner of Pennons. Evans: Mverall jut eomplainN touchingupon -- -- -- -- --------- ; 42. We want You to know Usnot

was turned down, it is aid, to hireeord in the senate in 1M Strokes

please the Grand, Army tif the Republic person.In only as maker of the NEW ROCHESTER.

:: t which organization does not his letter Mr. Cooper asks the Fell Great O ks." THE STANDARD LAMP OF THE WORLD

like Evans. There i is little doubt question: Is TilE STAR in favor of ___ but also as headquarters for al! lamp information. We will cheerfully -

Evans tried to protect the treasury the railroad commission? If Mr. The giants of the forest must yield at ; 4 r t- not. supply Our motive It .gratis is ,not whether entirely pertaining Rochester Wl' want goods you or to

against raids by members of the Cooper bad }been a regular subscriber last to the continual blows of the woods- don think,t want"ROCHESTbR"whenever I you to consider, as so you many think do. that"LA-MPS any Hut Wl'
Grand, Army, which has made him i to our paper be would not man. When the human blood has become .dl lamp is lamp.a Rochester.And The name is, not that of a dabs but of a particular -
every lamp that has not that
unpopular with the Republicans.All have found it necessary to ask this: clogged and impure the little drops of Y-c !=. Is not a real Rochester or !NEW' ROCHESTER name{ stamped if the dealer on it
......- question. He would have read Hood's SarsapariUa, properly taken, viii ; $ sells or offers it as such he is tying to defraud you. Beware of him.
fell the oak of bad blood. -: : ,. Whatever you want to know about lamps
the delegates and visitors many an article in our columnsthe Whenever you want to know it, ask

who were in .Jacksonville last week past two years which would Jfcoc& SallJa all; oaw THE ROCHESTER LAMP CO.,

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: VOL. XXI. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JUl29, 1900. NO. 10.


'. An ice cream social was held at the ture. One of the most important hills he
opera hou e last nisrht for the benefit of had passed was the one that enabled the I

the base ball club. Music for the occasion state to collect from the general govern-

Brief Mention of What Is Going On ID was furnished by Indian River lIernando's.\dopted Son Will Preside Over j ment the direct tax, and pay it back to Matters of Interest That Are Happening

".! and About Tituaville. band. The cake's donated by Mrs. the Affairs of Florida. j those who had been unlawfully taxed. Around Town. .

Send watches for W..M. Pritchard and Mrs. Egger were disposedof j jS. lIe also framed, and succeeded in having
your repairs to I At 3:30 o'clock Saturday morning W.I Mr. J. T. Davis arrived home yesterdayfrom
to Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and Mrs. W/ the bill that made boardof
Woodward Titusville. Work for passed, the state
guaranteed. I I Jennings received the nomination i Kondike! plantation via Sebastian.
.. I I S. Branning. The proceeds the eveningaggregated health effective. At the age of 3:2 years
Sirs. B. L. Coutant and little son governor at the Democratic state conven- j Ernest Yanlandingham to
I 2235. he was made speaker of the house of representatives. expects
re-I ion in Jacksonville the 44th ballot.
turned home from visit on i j
Monday a leave for Georgia the tint of the coming
. I The plan for our public school: buildingcalls The balloting had continued steadily all i
relatives at Oak Hill. week to the months.
spend summer
In ( he
189J) made of the presi-
for 00x30 with in- was one
structure Mr.
I I two-story day Friday, Jennings gradually
Mrs. A. D. Penney and little daughter, ample stairway, porch, belfry, and folding creasing: his lead, except one time when ] dential electors at the convention in The little winter cottage of Mr. J. J.

Laura, paid a visit to Cocoa Wednesday : partition on lower floor; upper divided Mays led the race, at which point Clay, I Ocala.\ In 1SDS he was chosen to presideover i Haggerty, South Titusville, is being constructed

on account of Laura's ill health. I into class rooms. The plan will Alachua, Gadsden, Liberty, and other the state convention in Orlando. Mr. by Contractor Decker this week.

Rev. J. E. Mickler will hold servicesin give ample room for the pupils and ad- counties changed their votes suddenly to Jennings is first l'ousin of William Jennings Rev. John A. Hughes left yesterdayfor

the Methodist church Sunday, July mit of additions with due regard to "economy Mays. Then Judge Raney rose up and Bryan, whose confidence and es Starke, Bradford county, and may

. 1st, both morning and evening. of space and architectural appvar- withdrew Myers' name and cast the vote j teem he enjoys to a remarkable: degree, extend his trip to the northern states on
and whose liberal views he
broad and
ance. of Leon for Mays. The next ballot j I fully account of continued ill health.
Brown and E. L.
l Messrs. W. M. Brady shares. They are both Christian gentlemen -
spent several days in Jacksonville this A petition is being generously signed showed that Jennings' and Beggs':: foices: I I untiring in their efforts to benefit Rev. A. C. Sirdefield will preach next

week, returning home Wednesday.Mr. hy the people of this place asking that I were not disturbed. their fellow men, and unalterably and Sunday at Hardeeville at 10 a. 111.; City

I the new school building be placed on the I.I' At the evening ses ionIays' vote was I the side of the Point at :2 p. m. Union Sabbath schoolat
S. G Yanlandingham went to everlastingly on masses.
east side of the railroad. A subscription I withdrawn ard Escambia's:::; delegation I City Point at 3 p. m. All are invited.Mr. .
Xeoga yesterday to secure the lumber list 5 is also being circulated for raising a voted for \\'. II. Milton, of Jackson.! i

for the new school building at Cocoa. sum towards the purchase of a suitable I 1 After one ballot Begsjs' name was withdrawn Notice. J. W. Hodge, formerly a resident

Mrs. S. W. Carroll and her sister, Miss lot on which to erect the school building.We by Mr. Palmer, of Orange, and I Steamer Canaveral will, until further of this place, now living in Illinois, will

Hudson, expect to leave today for notice that several of our prominent that county cast her vote for :Milton.On notice, run three trips per week to Cocoa return to Indian river about the first of

I Gainesville on a visit to their mother. citizens have subscribed very liberally the 43rd: ballot Jennings stood Kit, and Courtenay, on Tuesdays, Thursdays October and again; make this his home.

Mrs. J. P. Brown and baby and Mrs. toward this fund. :Milton, 101) On the 44th ballot it was::.* and Saturdays, the last trip extended to Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine i-

M. S. Jones, Jr., and baby are visiting soon teen that Jennings had won, as Sev- I' Titusville, giving one hour'alHl a half in service with holy communion at St.

friends and relatives in Rockledge and Lougfellow Day. eral counties::: had changed to him. lie town. M. :M. KAMSLY, Gabriels church on Sunday; next, at 11 a. .

- Cocoa this week. The following program has been prepared had seven votes more than was necessary Master.tiiffordPemiy. m., and at St. Marks church, Cocoa, at
to nominate. The nomination was then -- --- -- ----
by young ladies, members of the I. 7:150:; p. m.
Coutant after spending several
Miss ,
Progressive Culture club for the made unanimous. :Mr. Jennings was escorted -
...) weeks! nt Miami,, returned- ---, ,-- the, filst :Momlav afternoon at, the residenceof meetingnext into the hall, and after a thunder- :Mr. D. St.-Clair Nisbet, of Indianola,

of the week She i is! stenographer for :Mrs. S. N. Gladwin+ insr applause, said- -:- Miss Fanny :M. Penny and Mr. F. was among the passengers on the north-
Mr. W. M. Brown Charles: Gifford were quietly married at bound train Saturday for Pennsylvania,
)11'. Chairman ladies i and
Music,_____ ._ ____ Miss Brady.Longfellow's gentlemenIt
nnn nn nn
the home of the bride's at Nathan where he will the with
We regret to learn that Mr. and Mis. life______ -.___ Miss Keyworth. occurs to me that I have seen some i parents spend summer
Jacksonville __ ___ of before. I heie I Thursday Horning, the 21st just, the Dr. G. E. Hill, at Scranton.
W. B. Waddell expect to make Reading ------ n________Miss Cleveland. you gentlemen am not
their home after they return from Song---------____________MNs Daisy Brady. to make a speech; there are othurs here I Hev. J. F. taatherman, of Wabasso, performing When our townsman F. A. Losley returns -

their summer trip. Reading-___nn_____________Miss Wright. much better prepared for that. I am here the ceremony at noon. The from his European trip, sometime
Music- __ ________Miss Uladwin. I bridal partleft on the Silver King for I
---------- -- only to express in my feeble way the next month he is expected, he will find a
Mr. C. C. Curtiss returned from Jack-
their future
Eau Gallic and thence for
token of appreciation of the high honor bouncing new boy awaiting him. TLe
sonville Sunday afternoon. Carl is thinking II
W. J. CRAYFORD Groceriesand home in Vero.
II that have fit in his
you seen to place upon me. young gentleman put appearance
seriously of going to the metropolis in
Provisions, cor. Main and Washington Only the near relatives of the bride and
1 am here to accept the nomination of Wednesday morning.
the fall to remain permanently. Titusville. witnessed the

Mr.11'.1.. Brown has bought the placeon 'I. governor adopted of your bv this state convention, under the, and platform I- groom The bride wore ,a dress ceremony.::: of white organdie Dr. King; Wylly, of Savannah, who

of Train Schedule. nblton. boon organized; the Plant system's first hospital -
Hopkins street: owned by his father, Change sub-cribe in spiiit and to the letter() that I +' trimmed with white
delicious refreshmentswere in Sanford some years ago, and chiefl1I'gl'on
and is making repairs and improvements! after the ceremony
Commencing hM document and here.
Saturday the morning presented: adopted
I of the Plant hospitaland
served. The bride the
upon the same. Looks rather suspicion, and evening train service between "In accepting this nomination, it is not was recipient
relief died at
'I handsome department, Saratoga
Wyatt. this place and Jachsonville was changed:: 'i done alone for the honor for I am not of numerous presents. from He
Sunday night apoplexy. was
Miss Annie Stewart, who stopped ofr making the terminus at New Smyrna, as j I unmindful of the responsibilities: that go i 53 old.

here Thursday of last week returningfrom formerly, in order to utilize that train with such a position, and 1 am not hereto II Resolutions of Sympathy.Four years

St. Josephs academy, St. Augu-tine, also for a daily run from Jacksonville to take this position of governor from I PIER{ E LoixiK; No S 7, ) The following atttorneys are in town

for a visit to her uncle, Dr. A. A. Stewart ; Pablo and return. Schedule from Jacksonville you, but to only keep it with 'Ol1. 1 am F. and A. M. j today to argue an important law case before -

left Friday for her home in Brantlty.Mrs. to Miami on southbound has not accepting; this nomination of governor I Four PIKKCK, FI..V, June 11, I'.KX! ) Judge Jones in chambers this morning -

been slightly changed; leaving Jackson to take it away from the people, but to : Judge J. D. Btggof Orlando;
Albert Wilson, of Hardeeville, Whereas It has pleaded: the Grand; Architect :Messrs..J. B. Gaines and J. C. Liming,
some yule now at 10 a. m., Titusville :]:0\1\) p. bring; it down to the people. I ;
Tuesday in Titusville among of the univeiM' to call from this
of Lt-esburg and Alfred St. Clair Abrams,
in., arriving :Miami 10:15 p. m. See corrected hI am not ieie to accept this nomination I
of her friends. )Ir. Wilson left a few terrestrial lodge to the celestial lodge' of Tavaies. .
schedule on page 4. as a thing that can be carried away, i .]
for Palm Beach where he expects I
days ago I above our worthy brother and senior:
but to accept the lowers and the duties: I Census Enumerator S. I). Holmes J
to be engaged this present summer. steward Charles II. Hooks of
} ,
Fruit Protection ('utltuu,'. that ct'mime in that capacity, and to rest on I manager reached Titusville the first part of the
the White who lo-t his life
The general merchandise store of Jas. I the judgment of the people of the state of !; City week, and considerable: was needed
Theld'arland Fruit in small child from drowning
rescuing '
Morrow, at Sebastian, wa: totally destroyed company Florida, whom it shall be my earnest cuI ; a ; here this week gathering statistics from
of this place, has opened an office in the :St. Lucie river on Sunday, May
by fire early Tuesday morning, the I deavor to serve. II i the several manufacturing and industrial
in Jacksonville! at :IWJ:: Laura :street, with :27th, WOO); Therefore, be it,
origin of the fire is not known. The lo.-s I "I want to express my appreciation of enterprises: in our town. The census of
W. II. English general ard Resulted That Foit Pierce Lodge No.
1.1. ,
is fully $2,000 on stock of merchandise, ; agent; j this great honor, and I beg of you to car- j II Brevard county will be completed by tomorrow -
Seymour: solicitor. The company will 87, F. and A. :M., duly assembled, do
on which there was no insurance. Iry with you a sympathetic an earnest eight.Mr ,
soon re-open their tent factory here, employing tender to the st rItmwing) widow and friend I
Mr.I J. B. HocWaday, the newly appointed over 150 persons theiein. I desire fur sir successful administration::: of ]l ourIIO sincere regard and deepest H. B. Saunders::, of West Palm

division superintendent of the I The company is engaged in the manu- I the ollice, should it devolve upon me. I II III sympathy in this, their great lereavcment. Beach, was seized with vertigo Tuesdayof
feel that of mine in the
:Southern Express company, assumes facture of tents for the protection of orange I you are a paitnvr last week just as he was stepping from

charge on July 1st. Mr. Hockaday i* trees awnings, tarpaulins and} other | dischaige of the duties as your nominee ;I|! Hesolved.: That in the death of Brother a boat to the city wharf, causing him to

meeting the agents and route agents of chemically treated goods.; j i 11 and your you'i nor, should I be elected." i ii i i i Hooks: we have each lost a Moved brother fall into the lake, striking his face and

the company Savannah this week. McFarland is expected to return thank you very kindly for this honor. 1 1i i >r; the lodge; a faithful ollicer ail} :shoulder::! on piling; He was badly cut hy
The work of the comention then
from the north sometime the first middle j nwm'l'I'. and the community at barnacles and rendered insensible. He ia
There was an excursion rate of SI for or 'j i worthy
proceeded with. Judire F..11. Carter of
I the round trip from Titusville to : of July. All the sewing will be done i I .::: | huw, a valuable citi/en. all right; again, barring a few scars.
I\y-\\ the :supreme court was renominated.i !
ton l last Saturday and :Sunday, here in Titusville, the framework will l he Hon. John L. Crawford was unanimously I I He.-olved: : That aa mark of respect, :Mr. John H. Walker has consolidated
shipped' here from Palatka for as-j;' I the lodge be draped in mourning for sixty
was }patronized mostly by the colored: nominated for secretary of state, by ac hi- cool drink stand and ice cream parlor

people, the colored baud from Daytona sembling! and attaching) the tents thereto.L i iTransportation clamation.W. I I days. I I i with his furniture and millinery store,
_,_ _
coming down Friday night to work up a i B. kunar, of Jefferson:: and J. T. ; lc*oln.J, That a copy of these resolu1 this living: accomplished the first part of
; Note 1 tions be sent the I bi-u-aved widow of our STAU
crowd. i j Wills, of'Bradford; we e placed in nomination the pl'eclltHek.. His store in THE
!departed brother under the seal of the
Mr. George Gardner, of LaGrange: presented Editor of The Flt ri U Star : j jI for attorney general. Wills ;gracefully building is HOW'Cry attractive placefor
; lodge; that a copy }U sent to the Florida old and His fine
; all
: young.
few with of withdiew, and l.:unar was nominated ,
ns a days ago some wish to thank the people of Merrills'iland I '
:: Tilllt': uiuu and Citizen and one to TIIK soda fountain show splendidly in its
the finest peaches ever grown in the and others through the columns ; by acclamation. up
I FLOUIHSTK: for publication and that a
south. equal to the famous \V. H. Reynold: + *, of folk, was unanimously new IOCll lJlI.
They were of our paper fur the support of the ] ;ropy be spread:: on the minutes of this
Georgia peaches. Geoige ha the tieesfifteen f sailboat line the pa-t season, and 1 wi-h nominated as comptroller, as was I' A reward of:$25; IX) is offered{ by E. C.

feet high) and a-e: many fret in I further to say now I am prepared to give also Hon. J. B. Whittield, state treas i I lodc.I : GKOJU.E E. DITTON, 11'. M., MuUd, sheriff of Bates county, Mo., for

I width. He is making a big success withpeaches. them a good steamer service, with low i urer. Ci.YI>E P. PI.VITSJX'Y.: : ., the capture of W. F. Myers, height 5 feet
superintendent of public instructors !1) inches, weight 150 pounds, dark hair,
rates on freight) cheap} kind l tieat- BKVMIN: : Hot.i; ,
W. X. :Sheat-, Alachua Pro f. II. i slim face rather
cheek bones
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and will do all 1
Mrs. It.; L. Mutlow and Master Willie, uncut can to accommodate I Committee.Announcement. prominent
the baby, too, and her cou-in, Miss IVail one and all. We are with you for 1 K. Graham, Wakulla, and 'I honta- F. i _____ ner\ous disposition, handles musical instruments -
( I four if McBeath: of Diual, were placed in nomi- and would likely be aiouud
nothing will
Heath left Wednesday afternoon for years, happens so we .
nation. The first ballot s'ood Sheats hat
: music store11'ure bleu derby ,
Tennessee. Mrs. )IItIOwill spend the thank you fl.any kindness you may be'able j
I j at Winchester, where :Mrs Mot- to throw in our way. Thankinall 1">4; Graham 0(5( ; McBeath, ti-. The law business: of Ilob'oinst't' Graham black suit: standing collar. Wanted for%
t I summer i akin On the econd ballot, Sheats: received ha been acquired by Geo. :M. Bobbin:, embezzlement.
low's reside. Huh ha joined the for past favors and a share in the I,
patents future HJli"Ote and was nominated unanimous- Titusvilie, and Walter :S.: Graham, atIbmi. -- -- -
cau't-get-away club and left same afternoon we are yours to serve, i
I for Cocoa. HIKV: .\ ('n;T1", ''ly'I 1 :\ The former members will con- 1 I A NEW LINE OF ENAMEL WAREat
Mr. Canaveral. ; lIon B. E. McLm was chosen; the nominee tinue the practice of law individually i Carroll & Goldsmith's.

Weaie informed that Capt. Hamsey: for commissioner of
Kan: Gallic, June :27lh, HIOO.I : agriculture overL. respective: ulfiivs.
I of the steamer Canaveral, will make one 1 I B. Wombwell, and John L. Morgan as The Bobbins <\ Graham C", ; incorporated I tlilur'" Awful i'ligU.

trip a week to Titusville and return from I railroad commissioner.JiuteeGeu. ; will t'untim1lin the land bu.-iness: I M. editor Seneca I II. )News,
Notice to lliiihliii Contractors. F. Higgin-: ; ,
Eau Gs'.liie on Saturday, stopping; inter- P. HaiifV was next triumphantly I at Titu \" lle and Miami, disjio.-ing: of its I was aUlicte for years with piles that no

mediate points, giving; two hours' time in The School: Board of Bievurd county chosen a member: of the National own PI'upl'nit'- which a li-t will he doctor! or ivim-dy helped until he tried

the county seat. If this service isjpation-: are now !'l'allto receae bids for the i Vmocmtic Comn.iuee of Florida! and at furiii-hed tin application.\ I, Bucklcn'smi'a Salve. He writes: two

ized sufficiently he is willing to make j building of a new :school: building in Titus :;::;0 o'clock Saturday mornini' the gieattt Abstract books showing the titles of all hCxehully cured him. It's the surest .

more than one trip. The lint trip to be I yule, Fla. Plans and specifications: for Democratic comention in Florida wa i land in Brevard county are kept at the I I pile cure on earth and the best salve in

next week. the same will be found in the Mice of adjourned sine die. office of Mr. Hobbins, of Titusyille, and the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c.

--- | l>r. J. M. Dixon, TilU'iile.11:: bidders \\'. S.: Jennings; the next governor olFl f f for Dade county at the othVe of Mr. GraM. i Sold, 0 by B... ll... U'-\\ iisonWAXTK1' \t you' drugemso. .J:::

A FRESH LOT of FANCY CAKES i must furnish with their bid:; A j vJO) bond!, rida, was III urn\ in Mai'ion county, III., ham at Miami. GEo. H>ur.i\s, --- -- -

just in at Carroll & Goldsmith's. signed i with a good and solvent surety, tu. )'ch1.: !lacca.< :; He was from southern WrwiS.. ilt.\II.UI.<< > 1O LliA :.

I be approved of by the school board, and stock, his parents coining from Virginia.At ----.- Small hotel either in Tiuisville or down

I Iron Pipe andjittings, 3-8 to 21-2 ; the board reserves the right to reject any the a;;:e of:i yeats graduated from If OK SALE.Li'htwood the river at rta-onanie rate. Address

inch; black or galvanized. Write for i! or all bid piesented. Conditioned that the law department ot Union college, Chirani. poets for pineapple sheds, I I I L. G., care Sr.vit office.

prices. E. W. Amsden, Ormond, Fla. if he receive the contract he will forthwith Immediately after leaving: college; windbreaks and fence pot Write for I _

1 furnish a bond of >:!,lItN), with two Mr. Jl'l1nint.'i.UlIt; to Btooksulle, Fla., special prices in car lots. Address F. W.I I I \\".\STIU.Iell ; ,

rou SALK ciiEAr.: solvent fciiieties worth t-aeh the amount his parent: home, where he entered upon Win IK:, a.'ent: for F. II. .\1! n. :\ to cut cross ties.: Call or write,

.\ t 1)) h. p. Globe ga-oline engine latest: I thereof, to secure the per 1nnwl'l' of contract the practice of law. On :account of his -- -- Contractor Box ) Hocelaud Fla.

model used very little, in A 1 condition; according to plan and specification- sterling qualities and marked ability, he UtutalnUOUDcement.. _-' I
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also 20 ft. o. a., IS ft. w. 1. open catboat, without delay and to insure the connta.'aitH \. \\as soon called upon to till position- : Dr. F. II. Hoiiiihton, now at West for

bright decks, mahogany rail, spruce spuismade aJnl. l labor or material liens being: tru>t.In. Palm Beach, has instructed us to say that I To those who drink whiskey:: pleasure I
HAHPEHwhiske.-'adds: : zest to ex-
in New Yoik., hull by Betsey Bros.Overhanging against said building.S. 1SS7 he was appointed circuit court in Titus' in for :
bow. Used l'cry lit- placed : .. he will be July a stay i-tence. Tu those who)drink whiskey for
spoon :;. F. GIHU-, Chairman .' commissioner:: and one Year later weeks before I, makes
tle. Will sell for less than 75 per cent of was of two or three professionally health's sake: HAHPKH whiskey
actual cost. (t. 1)EG. SCIU-YI.KK, .J xo. II. SAMNipt.} made county judge. I|I leaving for the north to spend three life worth living. Sold by Lacey & Mot-

Canaveral, Fhi. Titusville:: Fla., June L'7, 1'JOO.\ I In 1SI'2\ : he was elected to the legisla .;, or four month low, Titusville, Fla.



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THE FLORIDA STAR: FRIDAY, JUNE 29, :1900. .. 3Improvement 1

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I FROM PRODUCER R D (R 10 CONSUMER N ( men warehousemen send out buyers usually today.furnished The city the Notice. Florida East Coast Ry.

J .. sacks, and when the grain had been Notice is hereby given that the following ; 1
petition will be
presented fo the county com-
on .the Method of Hand- transferred to the sacks it was ready missioners at their meeting on the first Tues- TIME TABLE NO. 23. IX EFFECT APRIL 11. 1900. i

ling the Wheat Crop. for shipment down the river to St. day in July, 1900:

Special, correspondence of The Florida Star. Paul and beyond. The handling of PETITION. SOUTH BOUND (Read Down.) (Read Up) NORTH BOUND. J'm
[Special Correspondence. these sacks to and from the barges was To the Honorable Board of County Commis- N'0.J91'io. No.ns N .321 trJ:
] sioners of Brevard Daily ST TIONS. Daily Daily
where the "elbow grease" was brought County: 51 -
June 25.-Information + c ex Su ah jl
into play. All this is and the Now comes D. L. Gaulden, John 31. Dixon,
:fathered from changed, 4i35 Lv..... acksonville..Ar
the 7Op1U55a
wheat growing George 31. Bobbins and Frank H. Boye, a 4 i : : t-3 1
crop of 1900 will be moved by machin- 0 ,5 I.plO4.18Ar..St..A.ugustme..Lv! 6)p: 945aH .
centers of the country proves beyond committee of the citizens and taxpayers of p,,t=u \} ''Lr....... st. Angastine .......Ar 615p 940a 1a i
any question that the United States ery grease Instead of "elbow grease. road district Xo. 2, and present to your hon = ,plU2.Ja, .. ........., Hastings ..........Lv 540p 9U5& tf: "d 0 1 J >
i will this PAUL WELLS.A orable board this petition signed by a majority .= tH2p,11411a., \r..H..Ea..t Palatka.....,.. 525p 841)& M !, 0 1'-
year strengthen its position -1-1 po'W "'.-.... i
of the registered* voters residing in and own- rIJ tf4ap hu5aldr..Palatka..Lv btNtp stile I jrJ
1 -as the leading producer of this cereal. ing land in said road district, praying the levyof -pot;. 55Op'1I laaiLv. .. .. . ..... h.Ar, 5i5p 910a et 0 F. tI) 4'

The returns for the year 1893 easily Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured. a special tax of five mills at the next an- m m ::S 'ia. .. .Ar...... .... anMateo..Lv 7 :Oa td
placed us first, our production that "At one time I suffered from a severe nual meeting of your board for levying taxes; E4 = .0 pl.1:>>DLv..8anMateo..A.r; 7351. p (: Q {; -1
said tax to be levied the property of said E-4 114UaILv.: ...... ..
upon East
sprain of the ankle Geo. E. Gary fI:1:: blip Palatka..Ar 525pi45a pIQ :
year amounting to 075,000,000 bushels, says district for the purpose of constructing good 7p lr1 .. ........ ...Ormond.......... .. 4V.'p 116& 0 0 1
or nearly one-fourth that of the whole editor of the Guide, Washington, Va. roads in said district. And we, the under- o m 155p flip ...........Daytona........... 351p 704a 0 l3't I I
world, and the "After using several well recommended signed registers: voters, residing in, and owning to := 8 tbp 1 24p" .........Port Orange......... 341p 6Ma 1" .
indications are that we land in fI1; d M d 2bp 143p ........Kew Smyrna......... 320p 63-1a 0 j
will pass these figures. medicines without success, I tried Cham- said district, whose names appear ... H 851p 206p ...........Oak Hill........... 300p 55Ua = D2 pfoo. ]
berlain's Pain Balm and upon the said petition, state to your honor ."..'. M 93Up :45p ........ .Titus'".lIe.......... 2'-5p 53Ja : ..c .I ,
There has been some difficulty in securing am pleased able body that we, the said signers, desire the ) ::S .. a lip .. ..........CityPoint.......... 155p..... "pI" ....... t'\I' .,:;: ."-
hands for the harvest fields of say: that relief came as soon as I began its levying of a special tax of five mills for good to .. 319 p ......... ... ...'..o..oa. ........... I'.p .... '
the west this use and a complete cure speedily followed. roads upon the property in said district as fI1; d is ... 322p>> .. ...... ... .p.Q('kloojt6.; ......... II 143p ...+.. .0.... .td.:.. I d
year, and the next trou- aforesaid. y 0 ..... 35p: ...... ....&\1 Uallie.......... 11Jp: ...... IJ.J aq "" i '
ble will be to secure the For sale bv B. K. Wilson & Son. ri .... 401P. ...... ..Melbourne.: ......... lOOp..,.. (D .... to ; 1N
necessary D. L. GACLDEX, F=1 U2 ...... ...........Roseland........... ? 122tJ'p ...... P { 0"pot > d
J so. 31. DIXON t4 .. .... 444p1 .......... 8ebatian.......... II U2'P .;H'. 0 oII. =
Messrs. Hayward and LaBan, proprietors FRANK H. BOYE, a F+ rIJ ..... 5J3p; .......... 8t. Lucie.......... 'I 113Ja ..011.. po' = ;J 5Qt .
: of the Xew Smyrna fiber G};(). 31. BOBBINS, tQ ::= .... Slop! .........Fort PIerce......... 11 :ia ....;. CD L3' :.
factory, are Committee. 0 .... 6Ulpl" ........... Tibbals ........... II IllJ4a ....;. .. to .
putting: in large wagon scales at their fac- 8 E-4 ...... 6Uip; .1 ... Eden.. ........ 11 OOa ..., .. o j
: want tons of fans and Signatures: Witness: rn .... 61Jp ............ Jensen .;:........ 105511 ...... 0,
tory. They 1,000
D L Gaulden Frank H Boye -== Q ...... 6: 1p .......... ..Stuart.. ....... 'a 104.1a ... 1
will buy them in any quantity.The Jno 31 Dixon Frank H o ., .. 650p ........Holes Sound......... lU 14a .... Qrt
Geo 31 Boye ..... :o3p ........We t Jupiter........ II IOO'a ....., 0
Bobbins Frank U Boye a .... 131lp ......WetPalm BtJach...... II 9 a....u. a =
White Slan's Burdenis R W Rhodes Frank II Boye 8 .. ... 802p ......... Boynton .......... II 90'a ...... .r4
B R Wilson Frank H Boye .... IIp'' ......... .. Delray .......... ? Sala.: ..... "1..
II usually indigestion, which means no E L Brady Frank H Boye .t1.2 to ,. ... 851u! ..... Fort Lauderdale...... II 8 Olin .oil". =
appetite, sleeplessness, irritability! weariness LA Brady Frank II Boye -4 ... .. I 94p ., .....;.. .Leluon City. ........ II 121.\ ..... pIfI:1
14 of body and brain. Dr. Loyal Ford'sDyspeptiehle C S Schuyler Frank II Boye I:: . 951m Ar..3liami. . .. ... .Lv, 1l-1I; . -

IiIIlly is a new and perfect cure. 0 F Duren Frank U BoyeR Buiiett Pal'loi Car on Trams 3o and ,S. .

It aids digestion, tones and regulates the L Slotlow Frank II Boye Between Kew Smyrna and Orange
A 31 Wingate Frank H llo'eJ Between Titusville aad: Sanford.
stomach. B. It. Wilson & Son. Hty Junction.No.3 Iii
B Screven Frank II Boye
Sam Futch Frank II Boye N2.l.l! STATIONS. '}.o. Xo.4. No.llj STATIONS. __ NoU

t t Xir.e-tenths of the killings in Florida- 3[ B 3Ietzger Frank II Boye ;3':5p: l .taLV..X W !?mvrna. .Ar) latipI 6 lop';;' iouaLv: .......... Titusville ....... ...ArLY 1'3ip4Y9p,1151a i
the whites-are caused drink A Hadley Frank II Boye ( ,, .. ..Lake Helen..Lv,1245p: : : btlapj 711a ........,..Minis.... ........... 112.:.?
among by John Walker Frank 4'pl2'U9s, .Orange City.. !11.35p I 44.1PI,! 82&: 1 <> ............Ootccn............ 11<1a =
0 and nine-tenths among negroes are caused II bye 4 25p 121Ji-\r.Oran i e C'y Jet. 100p: 85Ua ..........Enterprise.......... II llffia i
silt( = card A drunken white 31 S Jones Jr Frank II bye All trains be New and J3U'.1Ar .. .. ... .Sanford..... ...... llOUa
( by playing.;: man I .las Pritchard Frank H Boye veen isniyrn-i Orange f
I1 Ill f and a card-playing negro make a combi-I R C Scrimgeour Frank II Boye City Junction daily except:: Sunday. I j All trains between Titusville and Sanford f.

nation that is a disgrace to any commun- Andrewfxhisma k) Ellenwood Frank H Bore Between Jack'ville and Pablo Beach. I daily except Sunday. :
Gainesville News. Ed Edmonton Frank II bye Ii These Tune Tables show the times at which
A Forester: Frank H Boye No.17:No.15 :;1'-\TlOS?. So.liNo.l8i... i trains may severaltcstation3 and
R S Smith Frank II Boye ----1---- ---- :=- N depart from but
Lv..Jarkoniille. d
Ar UUUa.
Reports show that fifteen hundred 31 Goldsmith Frank 11 Boye :: )UPj1their j, arrival or departure at the times: .
over 1.pIIO !.ia Ar .Pablo_beach. Lv !toa 40Up i stated is not guaranteed, nor does the Com-
ELEVATOHS IX THE GRAIN COUNTRY. Goo (Ix his mark) Denliam Frank II :
lives have been saved through the use of Koye ill trams: between Ja 'k.>onvUle and Pablo'! pany hold itself responsible for any delay or
transportation facilities to get the of W E Knox: Frank H Boye Beach daily except Muiday. i any ecuseguenees arising therefrom.For .
One Minute Cure. Most these
Cough (;t'O W .Scobie Frank II Bore
grain to market. There is not so muchto ropy of Joal tuneard call on Ticket Agents, or addressJ.
were cases of grippe, croup, whooping J T PriceS Frank II Boye P. BECKV'1TH, Traffic Manager.; J. D. EARNER, A. G. P. A.STEAMSHIP I
be feared from this source now as cough, asthma, bronchitis and pneumonia. F Gray Frank H Boye St. Augustine.
there was a few years back. Formerlythe 31 D L Dodson:: Frank II Boye
Its early use prevents consumption. A A Stewart Frank H Boye : LINES.
often for
operators were hampered
B. R. Wilson & Son. Win Gibson Frank II Boye
cars in which to receive the grain, and Ellis B Wager: Frank II bye Florida East Coast Steamship Co.

. this is so in many localities Yl't.But R E Blanchard Frank H Boye
within a few years there have Living With 1.0'in s. E II Holton Frank II Boye PROPOSED SAILINGS :

thousands of small elevators
sprung up
census enumerator, according to the John 3Iyers Frank II Boye

thickly dotting every feeder as well as Philadelphia Ledger, has found a man A W B-iie Frank II Boy Leave :Miami: Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. .. .... .... ..............11:00 p. m. ;.
the main railroad lines in the grain re in Newark X. J. living happily with E E Swiusnn Frank II Boye Arrive Key West ::\lundays,W cdnesda's, Thursdays and Saturdays................. 3.-UU p. m.

Some of these roadside A S Wilson Frank I! Boye Leave Key West Thursdays and Sundays. .... .. .. ... ... .. ..................... ;:00 p. M.
gions. are mere two wives and two sets of children. The Geo W Holmes Frank II Boye Arrive :Miami: Fridays and Mondays. .. ., .... . .... ... .... ............ 5tta. m.
bins, where the farmer may drive chief clerk in the county prosecutor'soffice S D Holmes Frank II bye

upon an incline and shovel his load I said last week that the case had Juo II Sums Frank H bye BETWEEN MIAHI AND HAVANA.

out, but many of them have a capacity been to the attention of tile R J LaUche Frank H Bore
Frank II Boye
ranging from 30,000 to 40,000 bushels county prosecutor, but what action that Dau'l I J LaRoche Frank II Boye DIRECT, HAVANA TO MIAML

and have endless belt elevators. It is official proposed to take in the matter F W La Roche Frank H Boye Leave Miami Sundays Wednesdays... ....... .... ................ ... ..... ........ ll:00p. In. 1
chiefly from these wayside storehousesthat the clerk refused to say.Owing E 31 Whaley Frank II byeS Arrive Havana Tuesdays and Fridays.................................................. .

the grain finds its way into the to the strictness of the ll Symmes Frank II bye Leave Havana Tuesdays:! and Fridays. .. .......,........................................ 11:00 a. m. [
Duluth census J DeV Sams Frank H BoyeG Arrive Miami Wednesdays Saturdays,...... .. .. .....a............................ 5:1XJ a. m.
enormous elevators at Chicago, laws the name of the man has not been deG Svhnyler Frank II Boye i

Superior, St. Paul, Buffalo and other made public, but it is known to the local X X Penny Frank II bye While it is the intention of the Florida East Coast Steam&hio Company to have their ships i
the the Wilson follow regular schedules as advertised, the line reserves! the right at all times to withdraw
railroad centers on to sea- Frank H Boye
way authorities. In answer to questions of 31 S Sams their ships or change their' iilui l days without notice, and to substitute any steamer when I
board east or south. the enumerator, the man said he was J J Joyuer Frank Frank II H Boye Boye necessary ; nor will the line hold itself responsible for any detention of its steamers or delay {
in d
Wheat is shipped in only one kind of born in Germany, and married there G II Hunter Frank II Boye purtuI t

car-the box car-for it must not be W S Xorwood Frank II Boy
twenty years ago. He became tired of '
ox posed to the weather. The standard C Bouknijiht Frank II bye

car holds 1,000 bushels, or 00,000 four married children life, an behind'i, leaving, he his came wife to and this C Minor D Flood S Jones Frank Frank H H Uo Boye eState
pounds, though a few cars are made about ten flALIVA7t'I
country years ago.
which hold 80.000 pounds.Of of Flor lla. ,I.
He met a German girl on the vesselin Brevard County. lOn
the seaboardthe
the various routes to
which he crossed and fell in love with
via the great lakes from Chicago this 2nd day of June. A. D 1900, person
one -
her, eventually married her, and settledin ally came before me Frank II. no 'e. one of
Duluth and other distributing Newark. the committee who circulated: the above petition 0: : DIRECT LINE-QUICK TIC: I ITO
to Buffalo and by the Erie canal
points Two years ago the man's first wife and having been by me first duly
from Buffalo to New York is the cheapest sworn, made oath that each and every name i
and hence the most popular when came to this country and found her husband and mark affixed! to the said petition was, and WASHINGTON ATLANTA
living with wife No. :L'. There was is, the act and deed of the person purportus! I

time limits do not count. While the trouble, the man said, and wife No. 1 to sign the same, and that there was no fraud BALTIMORE, BIRMINGHAM,
railroads are more expeditious, they bribery deception in such i
or procuring signatures -
took her residence with her husband
are more expensive, but in good years up and marks, and that this aitidavit is PHILADELPHIA, MEMPHIS, II
and wife No. :2. The husband sent to made upon the own personal knowledge of
such as this one is, there is considerable ,
Germany for the children by his first, the affiant.
business for all. wife. He has had three children by his FRANK 11. BOYK. CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS, i
The handling of the crops of the Sworn and subscribed to before me the date
above written. ,
i which employs
northwpst a process
thousands of men, millions of capital The man told the enumerator that he [Seal] FREDERICK A. JIIIW.X.lItar and All Points East and V/est. :

sold i-i. .....-*.- pltuts of v_ IIPMW u'__ .. mnrhinprv.With __n_.__ __ ._. .. got along amicably with the two wives, _. Public.\ i!
-- NO
by dividing his pay between them every AFFORDS
the development of the country
Saturday night. VIRGINIA COLLEGEFor -
and the extension of the railway systems -
The case has been reported to the
the mere mechanical transferringof THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS
authorities. \Ol"NU L.1DIESRoanoke, ,
the grain from the producer to the Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
Opi'ii Sept. I", 1SKH. One of the Iwulins.chools
has into an enormous
consumer grown ,. for ladies in the boih.
young Magnificent
Any lid Sore,
industry. The elevators employed in till ihli Us. all minli-rii improvement- ,
this industry in Minnesota and the Da- Cut, bruise or sprain quickly healed (Campus'tI ucres. (;I"lIl.1 mountain scenery in Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.

kotas a: me number over '!.OOU and with Banner Salve the greatest healing; valley of Virginia; faull.,1 1 t for ,(':iIiIi. European

have combined storage capacity of remedy in the world. B. 1 II.: Wilson! & iud: American teachers.: FlIlIl.u\I"l'. :Superioradvantages THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED,
a : in Art, Music and Elocution. Students Via Jesup.
.Jll\.lnlll)1I bushels, aeeording to the Son. from thirty states. For catalogues address

-, --- --- MATFIE P. IIAEKK President.Koanuke. .
latest estimates available. Through << THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS,

them pass practically all the wheat, Tom Hammond, tie youthful slayer of 1 :l. Via Jesup.

corn, oats, rye barley and tluxsccd his uncle and aunts at their home in lUi- -' -

raised in the northwest. \.all'ollllty, was convicted of murder in.Jacksonville Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-Room Sleep-

One of the old timers of the :St.: Paul last Friday. Consideringthe CASTORiAFor ing Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Cars.

board of trade and a dealer in grain for fact that the evidence was wholly

many years was asked the other day circumstantial the jury recommended! Infants and Children. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and ,

by what tlH'lUthe wheat crop wa< him to the mercy him of the court, and Judge !! :she Kind You !Hays Always\ BoughtBears Cincinnati, 0., via Asheville, N. C., and Knoxville,

handled before the elevator system Call sentenced to imprisonment in "
was established. His prompt and impressive the penitentiary for life. thsSignature 4 !

reply was, "Klbow grease." of c4_ : Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operatedin

That seems to have been about the way Other remediesonly: alleviate the
connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
of it. It has btvu only about 'M years symptoms of dYSpl'p.hand: indi_l'stion.

:since the first elevator on the modern Dr. Loyal v Ford's Dvspepticide cures byattarkiiu 50 YEARS' Summer Excursion Tickets, at very low rates,

I! plan was erected 1innl' !! the root of the disease, and
EXPERIENCE on sale June 1 to Oct. 31 1900.
I! growing was not then the great and thin; makes a healthy stomach: that will ,

I widespread industry that it is today. perform all functions perfectly. B. I II. For Hate: :Schi'diih-s. anti Information, call on or address

!i; The country north and northwest of Wilson:; .\; Son. W. T. COSBY.T. P. A.,

1! $t. Paul was not as now gridironed --- 212 West:" Bay Street, .Jacksonville, Fla.

1 by railways and was not vry thickly The movement of Manatee county liAM ALI. CUKTUX: DUtrict I'as-Nnger: Agent, Savannah, Ga.

i settled. In the days whet there were vegetable is apporaching its close for thl'Hl'ent J. M. CL LP, 11'.1. TURK, S. H. UAKDWICK,

j j no elevators the built: of the grain was season. Quantities of tomatoes TRADE: MARKS Trath'c Manager, Gen. Pav Agt., As st. Gen. Pas. Agt.,
] DESIGNSCOPYRICHTS Washington: I). C. Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Ga.
Minnesota river valley
I raised in the are till being; shipped to northern markets &c.

and was floated down the Minnesota but the crop is almost'd. Anyone sending a sketch and description may

river to St. Paul in barges. Here the While the crops this year have brought quickly invention ascertain is probably our patentable.opinion free Communications nether an '

were formed into tows and taken the has strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
barges ] supply
unusually good price, sent free. Oldest agency for securing{patents. rdeadache ? 'l'RY
down the Mississippi river by steamboats not been as ]large as usual.BACKACHE Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
special notice without charge in the
or else the grain was unshippedand n _

stored in v arehoiws on the levee. ; !should never be neglect: Scientific Jlm ritan.A .

All the grain in those days was handled ed. It means kidney disorder, which, if handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest circulation

in sacks. The larger part of the allowed to run ton long, will result in of any scientific journal. Terms $3 s
year: four months, fL Sold by all newsdealers. 1MARIA"
was taken through St. Paul instead Bright disease, dLbctes or other serious
MUNN & Co.3B1Br'ad, New York
of through Minneapolis and Duluth and often fatal complaints. Foley's: Kidney -
for dis Branch Office 625 F st., Washington,D.C.CiMS .
the two great grain centers of the Cure is guaranteed kidney WuE
present day. The leading country mer- order. B. 1:. Wilson Son. The World Famous Tonic '

chants bought the grain from the farmers e s e- FOR BODY AND BRAIN

paying in cash or trade or in both. CASTOn.XA.B. VMRt ALL ELSE FAILS. Since t%3. Endorsed by Medical Faculty
The Kind You Have Always Bought Best
Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use
were the customers the /*
The city warehousemen in time. Sold bv drueeist immediate lasting efficacious
of the country merchants and Signature # ). #. agreeable

sent out buyers Just as the elevator of REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. FOR SALE. BY ALL DRUGGISTS.


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LETTER FROM J. P. COOPER Gave Him'a Game Cock. '

I Jacksonville Metropolis: A pleasing PMIIN' Jas. Pritchard & Son, .tl,1:

lie Asks Several QpeItfona About Senator incident in_ connection: with the gubernatorial Look in
contest of the week occurred in Headquarters '
5t.,' Dltnlek.In the your mirror for . .
' lobby of the Windsor hotel when
i;' your editorial reply to letters of Mr. Judge Jennings returned to the hotel today. Takea 0

,; Hardesty and myself advocating Brevard'a after a short drive. last look at .

right to name the senator from the Thirteenth Awaiting him were a number of the '- your gray HARDWARE

;: district, you charge us with a Hillsborough delegation and prominent hair. It surely I

- rather "menacing dictatorial spirit political leaders of the state, may be
and immediately espouse the cause of and be'was informed that there was a serious the last if ...Tinware, Cr ckery... 1 l

: ,,; ,L Capt. Dimick, who eeeks a renomination.
proposition to be placed in his you want
;' "It is refreshing to know that you are hands for consideration. Following this it so ; you STOVES, ,1 j
again the recognized of
Brevard'aDemocracy. YEARs
. organ announcement the governor-to-be was requested needn'tkeepyour
We had thought the pink to await the return of a committee Boat Goods, Paints and Oils, f

. paper enjoyed that distinction and that i consisting of Hons. H. C. Mac- gray and i -
". you would be with the people.As i farlane, F. A. Saloraonson and J. H. hair a week longer than

you have presumed to explain and Humphries, from the Duval hotel. They you wish. There's no WOODENWARE !

justify Capt. Dimick's course, and announced soon appeared, bearing with them that guesswork about this ; -

your claim in advocacy of him, famous game cock, the mascot of it's sure every time. j
.i and, as I will Mr. To write for prices. i
suppose you answer the Hillsborough delegation, a bird re-
If Hardesty's last letter, you will do me a that the day previous to leaving Tampato TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. I 1

r kindness to publish this, and, if you attend the state convention had won a color to ,r'store Box 212. j

y please, answer these questions along with $500 puree in the fighting arena of the gray hair --- -
Mr. IIardesty's: Please specify what City of the Gulf.

Capt. Dimick has done which justifies :\Macfarlane made a present of the useH U rAfter Cooper Shop In Titusville.. ) ,x

_, your claim that he is entitled to Brevard famous bird to Judge Jennings, who '.
county's support. The words "capableand fondly exhibited his gift and receivedthe

honest" carry a great weight if cor- congratulations of Fred Myers, Senator using it I Ar E. B. SEMBLER w co.. ;
rectly applied. The convention that Tahaferro, Congressman Sparkmanand for

nominated Capt. Dimick instructed him a core or more of other prominent or three two weeks notice how Are ready to furnish at all times fish and vegetable barrels by the carload =

- to support and vote for the railroad com- and interested politicians present. Mr. or in small lot.*.

mission. Solomon, the owner of the bird, then much younger you ap-
", Please explain why it was that he voted announced that the battle-scarred hero pear, ten years youngerat Close Prices. Correspondence Solicited.

for amendment offered by Harts of feather and had been rechristened least.
. every spurs --- -- -- -
, ridge to kill the force of the railroad commission from Fred Myers to ryan-Jennings. Ayer's Hair Vigor also
Bond Lumber Co.
t-' law? It may be true that he The gift was gracefully acknowledged.The cures dandruff, prevents .

voted for the bill on its final passage, but former owner then bade the famous falling of the hair, makes
On band and Constantly Arri\'ing.
o it is inexplicable why he should have bird to crow for his new owner, but hair grow, and is a splendid ; -

? voted with Hartriilge to kill its effect. it was no go. lIe had learned the war hair dressing.It 9 La Ul\llBER U .

$, Isn't this the same Hartridge who is cry of "Myers and Victory!" and would cannot help but do Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts, \

-: ; counsel for the Plant System Ry., and respond to neither threat nor entreaty. these things, for it's a Bean, Orange. Cabbage and Tomato Crates,
who stumped the state for Palmer, Backs Judge Jennings however he will
bays hair-food. When the hairis Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc.
ner and Ambler in November 1SOG and soon reform and conciliate his and
pet, well fed it cannot help Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat. "Sunny South," will ddivei)
who tried by amendments in April, 1S97, by the time the campaign opens in earnest I anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you ri ht.Bond .
to kill the railroad commission law? he will have him crowing so loud as but grow.It .
How does THE STAR stand on the rail to be heard from Pensacola to Miami.A makes the scalp : Tuiber w'4S.

; road commission. law? It has been openly I healthy and this cures G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager,
charged- that- Capt.- Uimick was not a Good Cough :Medicine.It I the disease that causes Ti'tusvi11e. : Florida

,":'" Chicago i platform Democrat. I have heard speaks well for Chamberlain's Cough dandruff.

that his own precinct which he has generally Remedy when druggists: use it in their II
$1.00 a bottle. All druggists.
controlled was dominated by Buck- own families"in preference to any other."I '
. ; My hair was coming out badly, JOHN R. WALKER
have sold Chamberlain's: Cough Kem- ,
her and Palmer-Republicans and Pluto- i but Ajer's Hair Vigor stopped the r .
edy for the past five years with (omplete falling and has made ID'hair
crats. In this connection can you explainwhy very -/s
satisfaction to myself and customers," thick and much iltrker torn before. I.U.KK is N
:- Senator Dimick voted in 97 joint session siys Dru the hair COKA M. I.KA,
totnU? Representative Wall's resolution X. Y. "I have always used it in my own April 25,1899. Yarrow,I.T. DRY GOODS ;
in favor of the Chicago platform and family both for ordinary coughs and .. "

voted three days later for Senator Pal mer's colds and for the cough; following la I Write the DoctorJI MILLINERY,
resolution on the same subject? Does not grippe, and find it very eificaeious." For I If yon do not obtain' all tho benefits
desire from the n- :-,: this look to you like the senator was running sale by B. R. Wilson & Son. i you write the d ctor about it, A.drl'ss, FURNITURE,
: : ; with the hare and chasing' with the --- --- 'I' Dar J. C.AYER,Lowell, Mass.
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,' hound? Who Made the Pledge.? t I Fount and Bottle Soda, Confections { '. '

I it from citizen and
a prominent
tax payer of Dade county that in IS!)'.) The following_; .item- recently- appeared- in i, On __ __ _ .. Fruit. Clears and
the columns of the Tropical Sun in refereuce 1
:Senator I'asco wa the undoubted choice f J.T.iVK.W. Case Wound Up.A Tobacco.
to the senatorial situation in the It i
of the people of Dade as he was of the
;: th district and the so,called compact: | final conclusion has been cached in
of Brevard for U. S. Dim TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
people senator. -
The general: expies-irn of sentiment'among the litigation over the affairs of the Jacksonville -
',,"' ick to some, acknowledged this. Why : the f air-rninde'l and fair-inten I Tampa and Key West Railway -- -

should he then vote for another man? tional-people, both in Rule and Brevard, company, and the case, which has occupied Take FIRE INSURANCE c-s- Schuyler
Was his own |iwrsonal interest greater i is unquestionably in favor of earryingout :' a considerable portion of the time Your ,

than his constituency? the general understanding that Bruvard I of the United States court in Jacksonvillefor

Dade county had a "stock law" enactedat is this year: entitled to the &enatorship of I the last: six or seven years, is ended. AsoiitfortheHnrtfnrdT! Liverpool and London and Globe,

the 1S'7 session. I suppose Capt. the lIJth: senatorial district, and the "people's This was biouyht about by the sale of Home, Continental, Providence & Washington, fire-
lo with itpassage.
> Dimick had something to -*
paper" is never in favor of any the Sanford and Lake Kusti? division to
I Fund and Sun Mutual
man's :
-; That law has been construed ,
} movement that does nut mean a fair : the Plant Inxes'ment company at $:_!;),-
by the county court of Dade county toabffih.e Fur further information, rates ttc.. address or call on t'. s. SCHUYLEU. TITCSVILLE, FLA.
; deal to all concerned, that we would ] XX) for the property, and the paymentof -'
; the railroad from any accounting; urge the Democrats of Bruvard to size up 1 j certain state awl county taxes past
f stock killed its unfenced I !
for on
f damage their most available senator timber and i due. The lira dividend was 191.">7,
". right of way. Do you think it would be bring to the front the best man they can realized from the sale of the main line, I1GE IGE

an advantage to the stockmen of Brevard find for the' position. Our Brevard and was payable in flay, IS')1.\):). The

county to ha"eIH'1t a law passed: for friends need not question the integrityof second was :$.'>4.1.5:; from the sale of the --...
Bievard? I do not bold, Mr. Wsiger, to the great majority of Jade's( voters in Indian hirer division. The third was -- AS GOOD AS THE BEST. "

the opinion that the rights} of the classes this matter, for the Sun believe that : 13.'Ofronlthe, Eustis division, makinga Manufactured IILtRIi'EII ICE MAMTACTOKY T. WETh0II2i, : "
sacred than the rights of the .
are nose easily two-thirds of the genuine Democracy tolal dividend to date, and including
Such legislation is un-J>cmo- Special attention paid packing for family UH and shipped to :any station on the East Coast
masses. of Dade have newr-o much as entertained all that will be paid, of ?'SMO.IM! or a railroad or by steamboat on Indian me r.
cratic. a thought of violating the unwritten 'I small fraction more than 14 per cent., i is
f.' \Ve have been I bowini:: down to the but just as binding compact made all the tint montage bondholders will
*-f calf and worshiping the mammon THE PEC/VNTER
and distinctly understood four years a<:o. reali/e. -
f of unrighteousness. The methods of the -- -
To the above paragraph the Lake
modern I politician I are "menacing": to the I Worth News replies as follows: C. W. Car on, acleik: in the ollice of 5 E 01eT l\ otlcvtT

rights of the plain people. We want men Will the learned writer who pennedthe the Clyde Steamship company, in Jacksonville ,

to represent ns wlio:-e convictions are above be kind enough; to tell the public I was arrested Thursday night; Foreign'-: and domestic brands of Wines, Brandies. Rums: Gins and

founded in .ju..tic' and whose: records are what this compact M a*, when it was June :!I-t., by Constable Thames: on a Whiskies, Bottled Beers, Ales and tout.

clear. 1 I believe 1 in such a thing as honest made, and by whom? If there was a warrant swnrn out by F. M. Ironmonger, A FIRST-CLASS LINE OF CIGARS. BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.

politics. but know fnll"t,1I that honest compact or agreement by which the will Jr., who l'hHl'ltill': \ primmer with einbezling Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and run-fiil attention given to mail orders.
politics roost coin* through! : honest of the people was to be set aside i in consideration ?:3S-:> from the ClydeSteam.hip Cash must arcompany your order. LOSLEY ,* MO J'LOH'. TITt svll.LE. FLA.

|r then lI'-I'l'l'tfully: of certain desire! of the party, I He wn taken before ,Justicei

I .1.1'. Coo'tR. leaders, the people have a right to know i \\ :_ht for a preliminary hearing who R. L. MOTLOW :" :

.,.J Cocoa, Fla., June 27, 1JKK\' what it was, and surely "the people'spaper'eiaiuling i committed him to the county jail: in dej ,

: to be a champion of I fault of?70U! bond, to await the action of

Excursion Kates. their cause, should produce proof of the 1!, the ciimiiial court thisH'ck.. VISES BRANDIES WHISKIES
'l'rtiolls it makes. That it prefers insinuations ------- ---- FINE ,

The Florida 1.t-t Coast railway will instead of uiviiijr facts is indicative j S )Ir. W. S. Whedun, cashier of the First
put on very low rates from all of it* stations that it has no proof. -:< ''National Hank of 1\ nt'r-l't. Iowa in a

and junctional points to Miami: for )Dade county has had but one senator i j i recent letter Drives i some expeiieiice with AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
i i his employ, that will be of!
the occasion of the Fouith of July celebration since the district wax formed, and this a carpenter in He "1 special attention given to mail: orders. ('O(i.1. FLORIDA
hiantc :
: value to other nit : :-ay-:
at that place. Tickets will be on senator had but one term. His record i is I I Iuntarnished i had a carpenter\ working for me who ua< =-

sale July 2nd and ::.rd and will be limitedto :and the tine Democratic'principle i i obliged to stop work for -crdal! days: on GEO. HATCH : : : :

July Sth to return. Hates will be as entitles i him to re-election as an ,i I acomnt of beucg troubled with l, diairhoea.I N1
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follows! : endorsement of his course.! I mentioned, to him that I had been similaily -

Jacksonville to St. Augustine; :: inclu.-ive, If a pledge wa made at the convention troubled and that Chamberlain's: Dealer m General Merchandise
Cholera ai.d Dianhoea) Remedy
", tlll're1'1' none who would stand more
$> ." had cured, pie lie bought a bottle of it ....... -- -- ,--- --
Hurds to Oakide, inclusive, 4. >0.Yelvington loyally by that pledge! : than the voters: of from the druggist here and informed me "on"istillg of everything
to New Smyrna, i inclusive54 Dade. Nothing of the kind wa ever' usually kept in a ROCKLEDGE, FLA.
al\lllu> i i1 ain
I him
that dose cured a:: ,
Titnsville inclusive of until the imaginative brain of one V:,. -Ijlea> flr'anar-jl fctnr> .... --= .:_
Hawks Park to : thought at hU work. For sale by P.. It. Wilson l iVSo "
$3: ;)0 the editor of the "people's paper" be::un 'i ito !i ..
Hardeeville to :Micro, inclusive, fS.: work and an opportunity given him '! M.D.. L. 1MM{ ;yl\: ,

Rowland to Ft. 1'u-nv, im-liiMvi'$2: to how hip spite1)ade ("Ulllllli..imr ial'.hnilli.tratur..: 'alt' tI 1 1Dyspepsia i .

White City to West Jupiter, inclusive i county will send a solid delcga-i i Under :ami by virtue of an order of sale i.sued U- Ko 0 Dentist.l'ice .

..2. tionto Fort Tierce instructed for I Dimick, l.y the judw! of the circuit c.-urt ol Hre-, : at rtsideiu-e. first door MIHI uf the
att'IIJ.lil' -
West Palm Beach to Deeriield, inclusive the! "people's paper" tthe contrary card IV. Flridt: we, \\"IiI..t:1: door III" Cl.Uutjail, 0111ti:-.t dawuik,
of the tvuit -
tiuit in front
1.30.: not with tan in;:. Florida, duiins the legal hours upon the i at greatly reduced prices.
Points on the A. & \ branch :u1IlTitll'ile Robbed theira\c. first Monday in .\IIII-t.\; I p" \II': '. ..rthe puriM Cure TITUSVILLK. Fl.oi:11).1.MH. :
Sanford *l. the dept tit John Hetheriu -
branch, including : >.e of raying ---- ---
A startling; incident of which Mr. John ton di-ccaVd. t J the highest uml best bidder ,
Oliver, of Philadelphia, wa the subject, fur cash all the following! la- d' '>tonmnt| ; Digests what you eat. A. HODGES
i is narrated } him a follows: "I was sad fi'tatl'ofJII1a1l Iletheringtoinleceased
Dinea 27 Year' by > the ;
Had It artitidally: digests the food and aids I
Florida, to-wit
Brl'\"anll'lIlIuty :
in a mo t dreadful condition. My !kin and I lying in .
:Mr (J. A. Stillman, merchant of Tarn- wa almost yellow eyes sunken, tonne: OunnM-iicing at a plan sixty fret south of the Mature in blietiKthenint and reconstructing Satstiina liizht.s Fla.DeaVr .
ou the hank of Indian the exhausted: digestive orI I
piOl'a, 111., writes: "Foley's Kidney Cure coated, pain continually in back and North river Fort, thencf l'al'rolillitl'h run in a westerly direction an:5. ItUthtflatestdiscovereddiirest- : :n and Maniita'turersofYELLOW
i< meeting with wonderful success. It has sides, no appetite-simdually\ :growing: parallel with the ditches M1) feit. thtnec and tonic. Ko other preparation I
cured some cases here that phpiri311pronQunct't weaker day by day. Three physicians north :!10 fret, thciicf easterly parallel with approach it in efficiency. It instantly i
able had "Fortunately a friend IIIl'lItilHlt'clitl'lu's\ to ludian river can ) TPKKSS LUMBERFrDit
incurable 1 myself am gin ale up the above and TAXI
relieves permanently; :
is advised trying 'Electric Bitters,' and to theneealonsTMid river in a southerly A\w\ (
( face
to testify! to its merits. My and surprise, the tint bottle tion to the place of iegiuniux- in section 2 s, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, I .
living picture of health,, and Foley'sKidney my made:great decided joy improvement. I continued township 34. south nnue: 40 cast containingfour Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, and Vegetable Crates
Cure has made it such. I had a theit'u"t' for three weeks, and am acres with all riparian rights. Sick Headache Gastralgia.Cramps{ and ,
M. S. JOSE-. JR., .
with the disease allotherrehultsofimperfectdigestion.PrUe50o.andl. :
: buffered twenty-seven years now \\clllllan.. I know they saved my Commissioner,
and today I fl''lh'n years youngerthan life, and robbed the grave of another ,vic .\. C. DlTTMAK, siuaIISIte.BtwkaIatOutdySpepsiamailed. Large size contains 2H times free I'
I did one year a!,!O. I can obtain tim." No one should fail to try then I As Administrator of the Estate of E. C. DeWITT & CO. Chicago i Estimates furnished for complete bills of
wonderful certificate of its medicalDualities. Only ;;)lOeeltts. :guaranteed, at B. i;. Wil- John Hetheriugtou. lumber to t>t> delivered at any point c& tLe
ome ." B. I'. Wilson &: S,In..i =Oll tl Sun's: drug tor\.'. o i Titusville, Fla.. June :2t', 1etu()I. :Sold by B. II.: W.isou: & Sou. I; East Coast.



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I f' :.t', THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1900. i

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' t. known as' the "king's stool," the ,emblem Killing Out The Turtle. .,' .Ji ,'-"._' '

I' ;. -xi. A3HANTI'S BLOODIHIDSWPOPLE-! "of the ,kings, of Ashanti. The Tampa Times: Louis Calenburg and J. ....- ...... __ .. '_ :., :- =: u" _= .:..-- -- .- -- .. ---. -- ,"

overthrow of King Prempeh in 1895
S. Bartlum returned recently from a
'o Place practically settled the fate of the coup
For White Men and the Worst ,
cruise down the coast They turned three n, nnunnneunnnuntuunmtmcnuntrnunnreaxuxMww
for since then It has been governed
: Climate In
:-. the World. turtle and brought back 1,900 ,They CASTOR
from London. It is to be hoped that
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Special correspondence of The Florida Star. state that seventeen turtle were turned I
the English will succeed In putting
l' :;, and butchered on Horse and Chaise beach
down the natives for
any governmentthat
Correspondence.] Saturday night. At this rate the turtle

.r''{* lUMASSItric"8. May 1:-.Of all will stop the human sacrifices, will soon be exterminated. There shouldbe For Infants and Children.
and Ashanti abomInations
slave other -
11111111'II II'I I'IL
l the barbarous "' .11111 III "I Illllil'lllllltl1 Il.i
places on earth Kumassi a stringent law for their protection,
will do much for future Afri-
and Ashauti, the country of whichit can civilization. RICHARD WHITE. and it should be rigidly enforced. Kind You Have

it it is the capital, must surely be the The
Truths Tersely Told.
worst, for nowhere else can or does Starvation never yet cured dyspepsia.
, exist Persons with indigestion are already half Foley's Kidney Cure is a safe, sure rem-
i such a combination of evils. The
I starved. They need plenty of wholesome edy for all kidney and bladder diseases. Always Bought

= climate here, with the mercury always food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what Guaranteed, 50c. B. R. Wilson & Son.

"d ,. : trying to boll over and either a fierce you eat so the body can be nourIshedwhile ,

, rain soaking everything or a parching the worn out organs are being re Notice.To theroodandRegula-

f f drought drying everything to dust, is constructed. It is the only preparation ting the Stomachs andBoweis ofPromotes Bears
, the Honorable Board of County Commis-
k 'own that will instantly. relieve and
" execrable. Add to this the miasmatic completely cure all stomach troubles. sioners of Brevard County :

:.' fevers, dysentery and other horrible Try it if you are suffering from indiges Now comes W. F.Richards, C. A. Robinson,

-. diseases for which west Africa is tion. It will certainly do you good. B. James E 'Andrews, D. L. Alderman, L. L. I
Carlton P. P. Cobb, A. C. Dittmar, L. S. '
Wilson & Son.
'::'. noted, and you can easily see that life R. Eldred, C. T. McCarty, J. T. Beville, a com- -

here is the reverse of paradise. A European mittee of the citizens and taxpayers of road andRest.Contains neither of
: Special Rates via Southern By. district number five of Brevard county, Florida nor Mineral.
i or an American coming here to OpmmMorphine
I and presents to your honorable board
.. ", live is condemned to almost certain Half rates to Kansas City, Mo.-Ac- this petition, signed by a majority of the NOT NARCOTIC. v

s,1, f'. death, and even a visitor is lucky to count national Democratic convention, I registered voters, residing in and owning land ... :
in said road district, praying the levy of a .
It. ,l k escape the effects of bis folly. However tickets will be sold via Southern railwayon special tax of five mills at the next annual o/o1d..SAMbflP11C1l'R

. i \"' a renewed interest is lent to the July 1st and 2nd, with final limit meeting of your board for levying taxes, said /aqIe
9th inclusive. Southern tax to be levied upon the property of said Pumpkin SeeJAnist -
July railway
; country by the rising of the natives district for the purpose of constructing good ,axdeanaRodtlle #
? :l' against British rule. offers twelve hours quicker time than roads in said district. And we, the undersigned SJ:- i
;i t. These natives, and especially the any other line. registered voters residing in and owning Jtppemant -

t males, are beyond a doubt among the Half rates to Cincinnati, 0., July 10th, laud in said district, whose names appear Bi t'irzdmw2Jadm"
upon the said petition, state to your honorable ft arm See d-
11th and 12th. Account national
most utterly abandoned on the earth'ssurface. convention .
0 body that we,the said signers, desire the (Gvr7ud J'll1'?
;, They are lazy, shiftless, B. Y. P. U. tickets will be sold levying of a special tax of five mills, for good hi t/yJWJo Harm.

!'t bloodthirsty and worthless. Their coun- via Southern railway at one fare for the roads, upon the property in said district as

> try, being exceedingly fertile, furnishes round trip, final limit July ISth. Tick- aforesaid. A perfect Remedy for Constipation -

{ l them with rice and dates with scarcely ets can be extended to August Ut by depositing Signatures: Signed a subscribing in my presence witness:as Sour Convulsions S tomach,Diarrhoea Feverishness -, '
Worms .
any cultivation, and their attire is such with joint agent Cincinnati. G Bevill J T Beville For Over

L' that a yard of cloth is a sufficiency This route is twelve hours quicker than D L Alderman .1 T BevilleA and Loss., OF SLEEP.

: for a suit of clothes. The women are afar any other line. Two daily trains. Official C Dittmar J T Beville
' Reuben Carlton J T BevilleA tae Simile Signature of
. i better lot than the men, being route for Florida delegation.Half B Lowry J T Beville -

.' : stronger, more lively and full of good rates to Detroit, Mich., August \V R Copeland J T BevilleD ;;: Thirty YearsCATftA

nature. They are frequently used as lath, 2oth and 2b'th.-Account biennial S Carlton J T Beville NEW YORI
conclave tickets will IK P P Cobb J T BevilleR .
carriers and can "tote" as much as 200 Knights Pythias
S Keynoldy J T BevilleFC
pounds all day. Their dress is somewhat old via Southern railway at one fare for Stetson J T BevilleR

more elaborate than that of the the round trip on dates above mentioned, L Brown J T Beville

men, consisting of a skirt from the t final l.lin it Sept. ;oth. Twelve hours \V W Sikes J T Bevillfi
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\V G Jones J T Beville
waist to the knee. They also wear quicker than any other line. Two daily M DanieK, J T Beville

bangles and other ornaments, frequently trains through to Cincinnati. Through G Tucker J T Beville EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.

of solid gold. sleepers twice a day. This route has K: B Raulcrson J T Beville '1'-1"...

Thi country is very rich in gold, the been selected by Florida delegation of II: B Summerlin J T Beville __ ...__. _z. ... uasa. ! J S BellBenjamin J T Beville -.a."" "' --- ;; -- -- -
ore being found all over the country, Knights of Pythias. Hog; J T BevilleJ 1

which is generally mountainous. There J S Keen T Beville

are no very high elevations. The natives Neglect is the short step so many take Chas A Killer J T Beville ">;

would be too lazy to get the gold from a conjrh or cold to consumption.The Thomas E Richards J T Beville Jw
James Andrews J T Beville
were it not that it is dug out of pits early u e of One Minute Cough Cure \V II Robinson J T Beville EEEEtrEEEEETT

only from four to nine feet in depth.It prevents consumption.: It is the only II I Klopp J T Beville

is the native, however, who is theworst harmless remedy that gives immediate \V T Hayes J T Beville

feature of the country. His results. It cures'all throat and lung trou Harry Harvey J T Peville i IN HESTER.i
bles. Children all like it and mothers? J C Michael J T Beville
cruelty and thirst for blood
are uu endorse it. B. K. Wilson & Son. J Jennings> J T Beville
bounded, and the British restrictions \V W Brown J T Beville *
on his favorite pastimes of murder and Chas M Nelson J T Beville W i **
For Over Fifty Years II G Brown
torture have caused the present upris- J T Beville :
MRS. WIXSLOW'S SOOTHING SVKUP has been Jas G Seward J T BevilleJ : Factory Loaded Shells. ;
ing. To describe the methods of tor- ne Ii i for over fifty years by millions of mother J T Gray T Beville Shotgun TT

ture and outrage would be impossible. for their children while teething with perfect J B Merriwether J T Beville W .
success soothe* the child. softens the rums,
Indeed since the British have governedthe allays all pain cures wind colic and Is the best A X Hmlfiiagle J T Beville "LEADER" and "REPEATER" loaded with Smokeless ; .
remedy for Diarrhoea. will relieve the pool Peter E Robinson J T Beville 1
country they have been modified '" *
little sufferer immediately. Sold by DruggistsIn
'. so that they are no longer practiced ask every part of the world. Twenty-five cents C P PlattsJohn J T Beville powder and "NEW RIVAL" loaded with Black powder. 1
a bottle. Be sure and ask for Irs. Wins. I' Cook .1 T Beville 9
: low's Sonthinjr Syrup and take no other kind' C F Olmstead J T BevilleJ Superior to all other brands for ** 'i iw
J G May T Beville

"" SHAKE INTO YOUR 81101':8II'n's Chas S More J T Beville *
t WCUawlinsonX J T Ueulle $ UNIFORniTY, RELIABILITY AND ; I Iw
.\ Foot-KISP; powder.. It cure W Kraut .1'1' BevilleJ i

." painful, smarting swollen feet and ingrowing X Waller J T Bnille STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES. *
t ; nails, and instantly take the sting out i E Matter J T Beville ; 1

f of corns and bunions. It's the greatest: Ii E Dutton .T T Beville vfeu l'i
Winchester Shells are for sale by all dealers. Insist
f T upon
't ; comfort discovery of the a e.1I'n' McCarty ,J T Beville *

Foot-1ase makes tight or new sloes feel A B Hamor J T Beville having them when you buy and you will get the best. E
Geo A Sll'ger: J T Beville \It *
;- easy. It is a certain cure for sweating,
A E Saeserieo J T Beville w i* i
callous and hut, tired, aching feet. Try it ( E Andrews J T Beville/ 11'ccEE EEEEEEEEFEEEEEEEEit iEEEEEEEEEEEEEiiEEEEEEEEEE ir i

today. Sold by all druggists and shoe J J Keen J T Beville

. stores By mail for :2'r in stamp: Trial WR Harder J T Ht'\'ille

JftW # packaire free. Address, Allen S. Olmsted: Jchn E MadouJCFiink J T Beville

Le Hoy, N. Y. .J T BevilleJ

i --.-----. John L JenenX T Beville ,
C Peterson J T Beville
( Transferred to Kentucky. C F Wolf J T Beville
P E Fredridwn .1'f Beville
He,". .\. C. Holder, the young minister M J liaiilerxm] J T BevilU .

who has been serving the B'j-cayne Bay J S Paul ett J T Beville

j; t 1 mission for some time past, has been removed Win Kredrick.-eii J T Beville
t, ;; W I) Edward; J T BevilleJ ;
to I/nibville Ky. where
will I E Whitney T HevilleJTBeille
l 4, //77 7'I have charge of a church. W II Lawrence

lj 1 ._ ._ C II MunchEdFGlutMh J T Beville

j THE SIOK ARE H I ](:1111'.J; JT T Beville Bl'\'iIt'!

(' H B lIau.y; J T BevilleJ
I I D Young J T Beville

l I) E Au-tin J T Beville:
J C Bu'kns J T Beville
And the Weak are Ke.stored to Full Vigor T V Moore J T Beville
I,. an
Healer of:Modern Times. II J Shalt/ J T Beville:

'Fl Sanders J T Levine
_. have IOU any lain or ad)' ol"wI'aklll''i
.. Are YOUSick '
< hoes your ldotishowth.itttcoututaiin- .J ( Itl1rav J T BevilleJTBeu'Ilc
l:" ASHAXTEE EXECUTIONER. ? puritia'sy A.<' 'ol1r",>,: :'k .r \\\Ysiiield
.tiapandac.n ity}: \r" 1'
you ca-dytir+-d.' 1I.1"f'i B KidianlsW ; ; JTBeilleJ :
extensively as they once were. nut li>-.t..wlitu'I1"1 .' Is then-any F Richard T Beville

there are about :3.000,000: natives and .nnna' .. : drain" n1Hut tlf'! II W Richmisxuiiiiel J T BevilleJ )
: h-I' I-' v'>)
"r.l1l..r. O
only about luO; whites Ashanti.. fornnnir its prop..r i tune- Webb T Heville 1
The; natives believe in ton? In 0111.')' \ 'ur ..: r .\ KobinouI : .J T Levine:
one great deity, Are ion a l'l'rl.t'H '
) F Bell JTBeulleJ
who is too high to concern himself in 1 StrniiK, Ali U' \ j"orfl. -
.". I'jl'y.! / Hall .MKirrelMad T BevilleJT
the least with human affairs. He has Man or \\'oinau? L l'hri-tcuen; Be\ille
if II"t, \IH -I.oul I not tli-
therefore delegated his powers to a lay out- jay Ijt'foroioit consult .)- :SoraardEJTrayiMir 1'1' BevilleJTBeille

great number of lesser gods, who in- i \\1.<'!uII.ubreouIui1 a ";T''ijli! : OliO\"i,.an to .I W FnuiMW J T Beville TRI-;I;KLY SA.ILINGS
habit the woods, the fields, the rocksin Rt,, r open l Hik and}'li.i-i'of who tinderttaiulM'KT \vpaki I A ('1uri-tensrn .1'f I SevilleJTleille: _IKTJACKSONVILLE: \\ .FN: ____
fact, everything. To propitiate these <' anti diM-a-f and to L S 1-:111n,1: !
deities shumlie.1 'erlrv'auuenl : Win Carlton .1 T Neville :
human sacrifices arc offered, fur a c'lrc .is MS ilel'iI'! AND NEW YORK
for the adding,of a colllllin of thrur:,.. M (' Kdalltl'r ,T'I' Hc\ille
nothing being so dear
as human The Leading IIAT1.\\J.'oroH'r'O 'ear"DrtJ NEWTON: J T Beville A C Dittmar Calling) at Charleston. S. C., both ways.
life \YIa"III'I'1l1It'II'adlll"
nothing else is so good to be of-
State of
fered. A slave is chosen and seized, Iliatofallother Specialist.f tire Flxcialtoftf'cotr.try.llisprac IMS turn for jwiiNlaraer than Brevaid Florida County. I sIn >. The .' lH''it! S1c'am"hli:s in lie fonvtuive, Son'ire.TIII .
Fiwciah-tscoiiiliiu-ri. lli-.ti.ris alnrts !
and when once condemned to death -themt-ihcal of liMMcl conditions liatcLeon:. tlininarrelol person came before me .J. T. Beville.

there are only two possible i ways of es fame La; Fprt'atl1l1to profession eu-rytmui aiultl': '-."and pb' -every I'lil"all hamlet). Hi' who, briiis duly sworn, gays that he is one of : ('I \'II: AIW IM.LI.\II AM) .sor7inux: LLiSDirectServie

cape. One is to repeat a certain Those afflicted\\till a II llltllll It"1 t KIIM'tlM'-Iltl*"O&Ollinil the committee of the annexed petition and
oath his services in order that they t .. +' B4 tween.--_
e w hole that each :lIltll'Vl'r\' and nark iii nil .
name .
known;: as' the king's oath before lie is hy the raini-teriiifr of his v,'.nut-rf stern of treat .
niont \\reck of humanity Lave c.". iue tn him for thereto was the act and deed of the jieronpurpoitiiiK Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and all eastern points.
gagged; the other is to break loose and eonsultationand mediantshoa+-\\ month* later assign the -aiue. and that there
have returned to him in rust ('allill_ at ( I'suleston! ("..tha\ -.
isinrous health
run to a certain place on the road. It him their thank*. to gin was no fraud! bribery or deccpticm in procuring *
he can reach this his life is spared. All Diseases Dr.JJathaway* all diseases ; MlIh ti natures and maiks, and this SDfI'ITKLYIL1: : (;>.
Cured.tllOM; I'wiilur to men and thos-t aiida\it! is made only on the personal kn iledje \\- Southbound From Lt." i-' Wharf, i.u-ii("Ii. NorshlcMiiKi>m { ..f H' .t1I Street Jacksonville.
But to guard against the lcnliar ti ..
) ,
escape of woven a well a?
Catarrh. Rheumatism Kidney Coni.laiiit-.Ki-zi-ma, of this atliant. awl th+- same: is true from
of the prisoners by either of these and all forma of hutrenncand chronicdi-m-dt-r: *. his ow ii personal knowledge.Sisrned. CLi'i)1'S ST. JOIIAS Iin IIIl LIM1.

methods the executioners spring on VariCOCeiC I and treatment Dr. Ilathawa of }'Va,. success riecI'h'ill and thE! .J. T. BKVII.LK. DKJ\RY LINE.RetnCell .

their victim from behind and drive a Stricture. 'trieturenithonttheaidofknifeor : Sworn to and snWtibed before me this :!It '
cauterv isjhn.'.nenal. The day of June, A. H. lIOO.! Jat'I'!' oii ille and Sanfbrtl.Stt .
knife through his cheeks, thus effectually nationt l treatwl l.ytliH: method at his 0\home
nithouturinor lo-sof tinm from 1.II.il1t1 his j8 [Seal] A. T. DlTTMUJ. ppiug at Palatka. Astor St. Fmneis. Beiesford: {lIeLawl), Blue Springs and other
preventing him from swearing!. the positively the only treatment which cures with out an Notary PuMie.We. intermediate landings on :St. Johnriver..
oath. He is then bound and in this peration. Dr Hathaway calls the parttcularatten the undersigned committee, will
tion of nfterprs from Vancocele and Ssnrtiire tonaKes27,2S present Steamer "1). MrWIIISoN.iT.W.I A. SHAW, is appointed to sail as follows .
condition awaits his execution whichis :; : 9.IOand! 31 of his nfohOllk\LICl111 be the foregoing petition to the Board of :
Leave foot Catherine St.. Jacksonville. Tin'days and Saturdays at 5:00
Font free on nl'l'hl'illioll. County Commi--ioiiers of Brevard at p. m.
YeryCase ; county
by decapitation. Great numbers are Every CHSp talPn ''y pr. HathawavapCCially their Leave Sanford Mondays: and Thui-iLiys at :;,OI// a. m.
regular meeting in July. lIOO! >:
treated acoorihnu' to iN
thus killed, any occasion of public rejoicing tureall underhijsreneralpersonalvuibu. :; W. F. Rl 'HARDS E. B. WAGER, Agent, Titusville, Florida.
or sorrow or the celebration of fUN'rvijon,and all remedies used by C. A. Rnr.iNxix,
are prepared from
pl1r-t an.1 le-.tclrugs in
any event by the king or his family his.and own all from lahoratones special prescriptions under his personal of hl own.over ipht, .JAME-. L. ALDERMAN E. AXDKKW.D. .-, General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

1: being! made the excuse for public exe- Low ration Hathaway or advice: makes>, either no at charge his office for consul or bj 1.. L. t'A RI.TIIS', W. II. WARBURTON, T. P. A.. F. :M.:\ IRONMONGER, Jr., F. P. A.,

cutlons. Fees man,and when a case is taken the one lowalonal P. P. ('OBB.A. lit! State St.. New York. 201 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
< The object of the present rising is to FE'rvlet'tee covers all cost of medicines and profe* C. DITTMAK. C. P, LOVELL, Asst. f la. Suft.. JNO. L. HOWARD, Superintendent: ,

prevent the British from interfering in J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. L. S. ELDRED, Foot Hogan Street. Jacksonville, Fla. Foot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
Dr. TIIEO. G. laFL, & co,,
their inhuman pursuits and also to recover 25 Bryan Street,Rathaway&Co.Savannah, Ga J. T. BKvai.E, Traffic Manager. General Agents, r

a certain large_ gold nugget MK>TIO: Tins PAPER WHEN WltITlSG. Committee, Chesebruugh: Building, lt State street, New York.

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were three small tucks on the upper An ancient paper on file in the clerk GENERAL DIRECTORY. .

l GEMS Of 8 SUMMER f FASHION part of the sleeves, but at the wrists' apiece of the court's office at Lake City, dated Florida

i of butter colored lace was set, Aug. 9th, 1853, is a deed somewhat yel- SOCIETIES, ETC.

;;.. What Women May Do For Themselves I like cuffs. The lower part of the waist lowed with age. It is attested by S. riTUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE-M. S. Central & Peninsular

?.--?' In Dressmaking. was of 'the same goods, but gathered Scarborough, clerk of court. Now, 47 Jones, president; J. M. Dixon, treasurer J.

R t;; -r slightly to the belt, and this reachedto years afterward, M. M. Scarborough, theson G. Bast, secretary. Meets second Wednes- 3
Special correspondence of The Florida Star.
i'f\ '
'k NEW YORK, June 26.-I saw such a and a row of the butter lace edged It. corded the same, and placed his atten- F. & A.M.-Indian River lodge No. 90, holds

} pretty dress today, and as I stood won- To hold this there was a bow of butter tion to the record. Both father and son its meetings the second and fourth Friday Unexcelled service from Floridato

1 dering how some parts of it were colored chiffon on the left side of the made efficient officials. evenings of each month at the court house.A. .. all points .. .. .. ..
9 A. Stewart, W.M.; F. A. Morgan, Setfy.CHttRCHES.
bust. The stock covered with
high was
achieved a delightful German lady I East and West.
x lace. With this went a flat, wide brim- All North
"_ asked if I would like to learn how to who suffer from piles will be glad to I

t 't do that kind of embroidery and I nat. med gray straw, and on it were three'loops learn that IWirt's Witch Hazel Salve EPISCOPAL CHURCH.-Rev. B. F. Brown I Two trains daily between TAMPA,

.*'* of ribbon, one pale green, one will give them instant and permanent re Rector Services second and fourth Sundays i i JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and

j urally thanked her and said I certainly delicate russet and the other of Cyrano lief. It will care eczema and all skin disease in each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. COLUMBIA, carrying Pullman Drawing.

: would, and so she told me, and as 1 purple, and all around the brim was a !?. Peware of counterfeits. B. R. Wile Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a. m'I' Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA .

t was able to obtain a picture of the wreath of grapes in all stages of ripe- son & Son. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Rev. John A. with sleepers forWASHINGTON

dress on which the trimming was 1 ness, so that they and the ribbons Hughes, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; ,

give It so that any clever woman can, matched. OLIVE HARPER. John Hewson, one of the oldest resi- Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer BALTIMORE

*. with a little expenditure of labor, have dents of Palatka, was found dead early meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. PHILADELPHIAand

I one as handsome, for the beauty of the Tetter, eczema and skin diseases yield Sunday morning'in his room above the BAPTIST CHUECH-Preachingat fitusville NEW YORK.

.. quickly to the marvelous healing qualities store of the Konnerly Hardware com- second Sunday in each month morning and Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via
..jE of Banner Salve, made from a prescription pany. He had been sick for several days, evening. Prayer meetings every Wednes- ASHEVILLE. .

of a skin specialist of worldwide but it was not thought to be very serious. day evenir gat 7:00 o'clock. Sunday school
fame. 23c.; B. R. Wilson & Son. every Sunday at 9:45 a.. m. Indianola on
t. Mr. Hewson was a native of Mississippi, the fo"rth Sunday; LaGrange on the first

favorableto and a veteran of the Civil war on the Sunday. E. X. BELL, Pastor "Dixie Flyer" Through Sleeping Car-
The weather has been very ,
--- --- Route between
Confederate side. He was buried with .
:' the orange groves in DeSoto county, VIETHODIST CIIURCH.-Rev.J. Stickler: JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUISvia
and a large crop will be harvested. Already military honors by a squad of the Gem Pastor. Services first, and third Sundays in .

; t' t:: the buyers have started. James City Guards. each month at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; Sun- Lake City, )Macon Atlanta,
,; day school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Ep- Chattanooga and Nashville
McBride sold his crop to E. A. Thomasfor worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m.;
t' Cannot be Cured
{ 3000. W. H. Heard, Halls & Reynolds Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p. Making connections for KANSAS CITY,

\ .. and S. J. Carlton have also bought with local applications as they cannot reach m.; Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednesday CHICAGO and all points in
1- ._ the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or at 3:00 p. m. Everybody welcome. the northwest.
: -: : several in bulk. It is estimated that
", crops constitutional disease and in order to cure it
'I the orange crop will distribute half a mil you must take internal remedies. Hall's TOWN, DIKECTORY.. Through sleeping service between Jack-
; lion dollars the people of the coun Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts di- -- -- sonville anti New Orleans via River Junction ,
among .
t TOWN Penney, mayor; '
'( j rectly on the blood and mucous surfaces.Hall's and Pensacola.
ty. M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector;
Catarrh Cure
is not a quack medicine.It .
t" t" .. C. S. Schuyler, clerk and treasurer; John Full information on application to agentof
was prescribed by one of the best physicians any
t 1.:. Unless food is digested quickly it will Henry, assessor D. L. Gauldeii, F. A. Los- this .
in this
j .. country for and is company.A.
'' ,. : ,': .,',,,', .".- ferment and irritate the btortuich. After lar prescription. It is composed years of the a regu-best ley, J. M. Dixon, W. R. Knox, Jno. E. Walker -
i -
I .-. each meal take a teaspoonful of Kodo! tonics known, combined with the best 1.blood councilmen. The council meets first O. M VC'DOXNKLL, L. A. SHIPMAX,
ry I II what Tuesday in each month. (:en'l Pass. Agt. Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt.. i
It eat
I Dyspepsia digests you purifiers, acting directly on the mucous sur -
---- -- --
: t 1 told will allow you to eat all you need of faces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients COUNTY DIKECTOltY. -- -- "1
l-l; b I what you like. It never fails to cure the is what produces such wonderful i

worst cases of dyspepsia. It is pleasantto results in curing cararrh. Send for testimonials COUNTY OFFICERS.-D. L. Ganlden Titus.

1 r'. take. B. 11. Wilson & Son. free vine, county judge; M. Goldsmith Titus-
1 la' I t. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo, 0.Sold vile, prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart '
----- by druggists, price 7,)(. Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Wooten -
r Friday, the loth hist..dosed the summer Hall's Family Piils are the best. ,Cocoa, tax assessor; E. W. Hall Sharpes !fi""jI'S'SEEDS
i; fishing season in Florida. All overt west tax collector: John Henry Titusville

f coast from Escambia to Monroe the law treasurer; J. II. Sams Courteuay superintendent -
PARKER'SHAIR public instruction; J. O. Fries, Ti-
will be rigidly enforced, and the salt BALSAM tusville, county surveyor; J. P. Brown, Ti
1 t 1 water fisheries will be rigorusly l clos-ed.: ay Clean re* and beautifies the hair tusville. sheriff;; T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange. :
0 F Promotes a luxuriant growth.
rj \ ltl l lli The closed season lasts from June loth to '1 Never Tails to Restore Gray registration. officer.
j ( a l Hair to its Youthful Color. -- grow paying crops because they'refresh
j 'August 15th, a period of two months, sr Cures 50camllouat scalp! diseases &Drurgi.ts hair falling. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.- R. Walker, and always the best. For -;

,, during which it is illegal to catch or en- : Titusville chairman; W.H. Sharpe, Sharpes;
; li 4 in form the Jos. }Mendel LaGrange; Jno. Houston Eau sale everywhere. Refuse substitutes. :
trap shape manner or
any To PATENT Good (ideas Gallic; J. N. Waller Ankona. Regular sessions | Stick to Ferry's Seed. and prosper.

salt water denizens of the Florida c<.ast. may be secured by are held first Tuesday each month. 1900!! Seed Annual free. Write for it.

: I our aid. Address, -- _--- -

II Baitimore, Md. Titusville; S. F. Gibbs, Melbourne R. E.
Editor of The Florida Star: Subscriptions to The Patent Record?1.UO per annum. Minis, IJmiaventure.

GINGHAM DRESS WITH USES APPLIQUE. Is there anything at all that we can say or

J do to convince ALL your lady readers that we Experts Baffled.Real .
dress is more in the trimming than are actually giving away to e>cry married .i.- ..; ;Jrl-Jv.y;.. vJW;;.0.. ..-:.' .:.'.: : :':.,'...; ;i..',:...':::: :;:+..';:.:...;:r t..:..
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lady in the United States who writes for it an .-. ..;. .. ... ... ..;. .:' .0.: '.'.0";. ...,.'"r ,.... .. .' .. ..,..:. ... .. .:... ......;.:. ...
else. The material is hairline . '. .
anything .. .. . .
i elegant sterling silver-plated sugar shell like Diamonds are no better ..: .: ; :: .. .. . .. '.: . .. .: .. . .. .. .. ::.:.
stripe gingham in white and lilac, sell at 75c each There is no "catch"about .' .. ..
jewelers for ail than the :. :e. .
and the skirt is cut ou the straight, and this oiler. There is nothing to pay, nor purposes : .. .:..

,! II the arrangement of the plaits tits it to any requirement to buy anything in order to ;:::::::1 ) ExperiencedWheelmen J.i '
\ II secure this beautiful souvenir gift. It is our : {;
the form around the hips and the backis 6euiediarrios .
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way of advertising the merits of (Quaker Val } .
( I left iu close gathers. There are clusters ley silverware. A copy of the Home-Furnish : 0 ::1.4\ I ::':;'j'
\ of plaits reaching from Ayais.t tuI er, our own publication, will also be sent free. tVIDOnds ...:,:.;

F foot aud between them are wide pan Surely this beautiful sugar shell gift is worth ; :1: :-:',
l asking for. Then it seems to us that we should ::
t-Is, all of the plain gingham. On these ...
= .
go to m.ike a wlifcl of highest
who leads up \t-'Y :
I hear from every married lady your .. .
1 panels is a bold design of lace applique paper Quaker Valley Mfg Co., Morgan and e r ... grade. The latest models ct .::':.....

aud It may be better understood Harrison Sts. Chk go. D '.:::.

4,1 by a glance at the illustration than by ---.-.---. <\ cC3 ,-: ::I" ., ...'.".. .
words. The pattern is cut out of tine CJ A.. S TOR.IA.Beare : Weir are the sole agents in the United -,;:'"1' "c' .': I\ \ .:....

white linen, and it is easy for any one the _/?The Kind You' Have Always Bought Stat"* for the 1lIan'lIouf'lIlipre'ieus :. :: :. :; : -_ \Y\ \ \ :. :: : ::
i! .
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sttmowtiirh are the nearest approach to 'j \
accustomed to any kind of fancy work Signature # ".. #. Genuine; Di.imondovr; diM-o\ered. For the ':'.=:.:' .. _' M ,;/ :.-,: ::

to cut out the shape of the flowers of pm'p'I"ll introdtu'in th" iu quickly to 'he -. .. ... ."". -. :- -0 BICYCLES ..
public we will forward either .. .: : 1' :=:4 ... .'.
and as a certain amount of individuality .
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can be preserved the worker can O. W. CONNER, \\\I III/i \\' :.:.:.:.; '.". 10:1 i "Notice the extra reinforced frames" :::::.:
make any changes she likes. ::::= .'.: .. : ;:;; are the very best built wheels on the mar- ..: .'
--a 7: .ti tzif?,S: ktt<< to-day." They last. .':.
After the design in the linen is cutout Grower of Orange and Grape Fruit Trees. \' .:

4 .. it is basted on as it is intended to Both Budded and iiat'U-d i on Sour \" V; % I.1 I. ., .:''.. The gold reputation gained by the :.:..;.
:: .r Rambler builders during their 21 years' .'
sew it, and then a little cotton wad Orange and Rough Lemon Koots.Ocklaalui \1 4/1" s...: f; l''pNil'nce.makl'. lheRalllbll'raoafeand .-:.h:.

ding is put in under all the larger Florida.To II/b/ '.j-- profitable iim-stiwnt for both the novice ..: .

parts, so as: to lift them up above the our patrons' amid those contemplating i lant / ; '!: and well posted wheel bujer.KAMBLER .

surface, and then the whole i is buttonholed on jug the orange east:;: ,coast grapefruit: and lemon groves -::.. ::6. PRICE $40 ):}; }

down. Four of thet:=e designsare : : -"- -... ... ..'.. ... ..

set on the ::skirt and the figaro is We wish to announce that our grafted and :; ..;... Ask for -Just tf AAt lr Jat I. .;..

also ornamented with it. For the budded trees promise fair to be much better :qlj' lilt ..,. ... .'..'...

amount of work it is: the most effective than place ever their before orders, and for we trees would before urge the themto fall ; ..,'.:..."'.-t..:'..,....*.v-\. /.v.v.; ...'.. '..'......'.....'.". ..... .. .. '.*,....* :'..'.. ..... :......'..

thing that 1 have !seen and this was rush and in that way be sure of getting exactly ...'....:...,..........:... ..e. ..,:'. '..'.t'., :.... :t. 4..o,': :...'..:..:..... .:.. .''/.*:.."''':'':*'..*"' '....:"..'*.: :.::).V.::.'. :..".,
whit both
ou a Tans importation. The waist they want as to size and

was also quite novel although the variety. E. B. WAGER Agent Titusville Fla.
We have a full Hue of orange Bud grapefruit ,
figaro is not 1l 'W. The lower part hada trees including Walters Been Marsh \ '

draping of soft green India Mlk. :-;eedlejJocyli'ii, Tiiumph anti Florida f bare used Rlpana T&butas with .0 much i&tli- I have been a great sufferer from eonstpato

fastened with two steel buckles aud Seedling Grapefruit; Parson Blown. Homo faction that I can cheerfully recommend them. I foroerflve years. Nothing gave me any relief.
sassa, Pineapple Smile.Majoica.. JailU. Have been troubled for about three J ears with My feet aad legs and abdomen were bloated 19
at the neck was a guimpe of white Ruby, St. Michael[ Maltese Straight Madame: what I called bilious attacks coming on regularlyonce I could nut wear>>shoe on my feet and only a loci
net, and the sleeves Wl'rl'ut off at Vini Paper Khind, Tanlitt'aiic1 Sar,ford's \ a week. Waa told by different physicians dress. I saw KJpaus Tabula advertised In our
; that It was caused by bad teeth, of which I iad dally paper bought some and took them as direct
the elbow and the rest made of the net Mediterranean Oranges and for novelties
Wl'have severaL I had the teeth extracted, but the at. ed. Have taken them about three weeks and there
arranged to look like\ a pair of mitts. the Tangerine. Satsuma KUIl quit lacks continued. I had Been advertisements of li such a change! I am not constipated any more
.I Washington Navel and Mandar.n: Oranges.Our Tabulea In all the but bad
Ptlpans papers no faith and I owe It ail to Kipana Tabules. lam thirty
On the
forearm there
was a covering of trees \\\ 1 be ready for delivery by the In them, but about eli weeks since a rlend, In- seven years old, have no occupation, only my
lace applique and a couple of rows ofrihhHl. first of September, but \\e advise Novembei RING, PiN, STUD, EARRINGS duced me to try them. Have taken but two of the household duties aad cursing my sick hatband
small S cent boxes: : of the Tabule and have bad
( The imitation of undersleeves and December planting, as trees planted at He has had the dropsy and I am trying Ripan
Iercws:: or Dpipvi at no recurrence <>f the attacks. Have never
given a Tabules for
him. He
that in eels some better but it will
time the best
; and of mitts is quite novel 1, but not so are possible condition, testimonial for anything before, but the great take some time, he has been sick so long. To*
being perfectly dormant.It (UR GUARANTEE
1 amount of good which I believe has been done me
use letter
pretty.It will piy ;you to wait for our stock, as it 'cc Tilt',"- !Atones are by Rlpana Tabules Induces me to add mine to the may my and MART as you GOBJUH like.

seems queer to see so much work is mostly on 5 year old stock, and by Novomber $ ijiurinteed to re- many testimonials you doubtless haIn your Cu&xi. ,,
will be fiein 5 to 7 feet tall and willraliber 0 0 possession now. JL T. DsWirr. -
k put upon a simple gingham frock, but t.uii their lu>tretorevtr I have been suffering from headaches ever
it is not so much in the material as in 1'ivm i to 1 iuch in diameter: and all ; the mounting since I was a little girt I could.. never ride In a
our giafted trots will be fully branchedand .? 1 wan ttoi n t orm you. car ur-g-<>unto a crowdedto
the way it is treated. .\ plain calico more than equal to any two year bud in tin are heavyEACII words of highest .t'+ + ++ +. !1 place without getting
tit, ; can be made as well and as tastefully state. 1 r'''!'l J''tl plate, and praise, of the benefit *!, r" headache and sick at my
t' Our all cut from arthoe warranted for I have derived from stomach. I heard about
grafts were bearing tree-.
as silk and silk be
I a gown a one may Tabules. I
Rlpans am aprofessional R-I-P-A-N-S !
4'l Ripans Tabules from aa
and l'amuut full of fruit I tint growth thi year l.t
spoiled in the making aud also in the nurse and aunt of mine who was
spring am.ti we haw saved several: specimensof In this clear u.
Are Per Pair. profession + taking them for catarrh
l design. It costs so little in comparison fruit for exhibition to our \isitiug customers. Earrings $2 head la always needed. ... 40 of the stomach. She had

r to buy the materials and trimmingswhen Rlpans Tabules does It. 4 1 4 found such relief from
one makes her own garments We invite coires-pondeuee and careful iu SPECIAL CAUTION : ..A.tterQne of mycaaeaI : CJu The modern standthetrusesheadvlsedme
!spectionof our stock. Ih> not coiiround Genuine n.irno- Diamonds found m>self completely I i-'* to take them too ann
for the dressmakers charge "something 1 with -o called I ihinf: m"Whit! rundown. -\ctlngoDtbe t ard : bavelteendolngsosinceadvice :
ou-svery truly, T"|l'nz. or otll"l' imitation -t'.it'-. r.-4 rdlfoC of Mr Qeo. Eown. I' Family Medit last October and will
fearful XUiiSKUIES "
as one lady said, for the tiudiiigs THE OCKLA\\AHA : ,
what the name ma II". genuine lUrno-j Ph. 0.. 538 Newark: +1 say they have
and trimmings to say nothing of O. W. Conner Prop. .uiuiiuK! \1a110' art ilieial .u'Kin isroetmal : I cine : Cures the ly cured my headache
their work. to real di.imomN.. III looks :awl \v-tr Rlpans Tubules with I I J I am tvrenty-nln year
.md! will! cut "i.tss.! This otk-r wilt! !.tt only' Ahcrt grand results. tU old. You are welcome
Another novelty is the painted net Don't time without' lender notice., and is: aubjvct; to Withdrawal kiss BSCXB WIXDXAII. : > common cvery-)' ,: to use this testimonial.Sirs. .

and thin sheer muslin.*, and they cost I J. Bsoo>zxrt><
t MAIL ORDERS. ill of fo
so much that not every one can have Bother was troubled f 0 l s
Pay A ivautiful. HnllKint. Genuine Barrios with heartburn and t -
; I dress hand but there
: painted
a are
Diamond mounted in a heavy ring! pin or Sleeplessness, caused by
CJ Tease
many clever girls who without being stud.ill IK> sent to any adlre-s on receipt: indigestion, for a good I{:t' My seven'yeAr.old boy
ot One Dollar. Iu ordering. give full directions suffered: with pains la
5Cents many years. One day Z
artists can paint: well enough for that. tk' ,'P his head
and tate whether matt, medium or she Sk\T a testimonial 'I I ,td' h I. constipation
Chambray is one of the 1 best of all lap-re stone is desired la the piper Indyrslc 0 ,. and complained of his
C'iMIIJ.r. s\\itl). the Prima Donna v stomach He could nosdeterminedtoglvethem
the summer goods, and it will wash of the: Walter Damroseh Opera d. writes : Ripan Tabules. She : 1' I eat like children of his
"Barrios tiiamoiuh; are Matron--: and full! of 4ARK I' age do and w bath
i I like anything and always look the for Xeeillohene a trial, was greatly .. .
per paper fire. Th'-y are m.tunincent; hul-ntutes for relieved by their ..rtliYy11/" gyYti' .-.<>...t. did eat did not agree
'' Use 5 l .ly
same. It takes any kind of white trim- sell FIVE PAPEIoxu.: 1 genuine: diamonds for star: punx,. es. and -takes r with nun. He wu thin
now the
and looks its best with the NEEDLES, eight lar e needles CAM1LLK SEYGARD. color.
ming and two embroidery needles, for ('.illRIK U 1Y, of (jt l/re!;, Lllwarll s':) lIa Tabules regularly. She keeps a few cartons Rlpans I Reading some of the teatmonlalaaLa favor of
t laces or applique. If one takes pains Tow. n Company w nte> : Tabules in the house and says she will not be wIth. RU! aas Tabules I tried them. Rlpans Tabule
only 11 CENTS, prepaid to you out them. The heartburn and not
While plajiiu on the road I found Barrios sleeplessness have only relieved but
; actually cured
to have it made nicely it for the my
pays ir and address youngster
( send us your name Diamonds objects of great beauty and u.efulneoh. disappeared with the Indigestion which was the headaches have disappeared, bowels
investment. A: very neat and dressy and we will send you 1:.' ." CAliRlE GAY.Money formerly to great a burden for her. Our whole good condition and be never complains of are hU la I

i1 1 gown was made of pale, frosty blue cases of needles prepaid. Sell promptly refunded if goods are family take the Tabnles regularly especially aftera stomach. lie Is now a red chubbyfaced boy ThU- i
them at 10 cents per case returnus hearty meaL My mother la fifty years of age wonderful change 1 attribute to Uipans Tabttlu,
and the effect of the finished garmentwas the money when sold and secure not as represented. and is enjoying the best of health and spirits; also I am ndtisfled that they will benefit any one (frolll. ;

elegant. There were three side (a Hkt. solid gold ring free: Beware Imitators"* eats took Klpanj hearty Tabulea.meals, aa impossibility AXTOS H.BLACKS before she the tions.cradle to old age) U taken according to dlr > i

) { plaits on each side of the front breadth or a fine guaranteed watch. Return Address Mail Orders to E. W.Palc& I

't: extending from the top to the knees, unsold goods. Address

(' ,. where they were left to flow out louse- JOHN KORB & CO. The Pomona A new style packet containing TM EIPAXS IABULSS packed: la a paper carton (without glass)la DOW for rtia
Co. M tom drug stores-ioa This
J M'fg. fIU CEirrs. low-priced sort u intended for the poor and the economic Oa*
ly. There was no trimming on the 63 E. Main St., town of the fits-cent cartons (120 t&bulee can be had by mail by sending forty-e1ght eeau to the Ro' skirt. The upper part of the blouse 1131 Broadway, CBODCAI: m,No. 10 Spruce Street New York-or tingle C&I'toDTU TASTTUS)will be Mat for &>.sent
Slaughterville Ky. but TUTUS Buy also be had of soma grocer,general ctorakeepers, news agents ao4 at rat
q waist was laid in.close plaits, and there AEW YORK. Ufuv steftg
Ml karbaf sftopa They baaUa path,induce sleep and prolong Uf.. One glv,* r.U.&
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