The Florida star.

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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
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Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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bordered with the, fur. These LTE1PFULATs. .
Some Suggestions For )fak are six to'eight Inches- d and;

;t From Old.,, yards long.-' That gives plenty of 01

): Special correspondence" of The for the. Immense bows and the
;:.' around the crown. The hai' In many: ,respects Scrofula'and Consumption: are alike; they develop from the same'genera -
j' NEW'YOKE, Oct. 9.-As a ned above has no' trimming, "" '"'" "--;" causes,'both are hereditary and dependent upon an impure:and im- He'l"e I lly l_

:( ,\ I think It is Dad ; fronf e Iwws of cloth ', povished supply. In consumption the disease fastens itself upon _
F- body know that a dress black The save one '" lungs;in Scrofula the glands of the neck and throat swell and suppurate causing ugly running soresf
, '".. quill. Ion;; 'amazon the. eyes are inflamed and weak; there is an almost continual discharge from the ears the lime s swell,
k:. ; can be made over, for If mes made of other small feathers bones ache and white swelling is frequently a result, causing the diseased bones to work out throughthe

: : husband or your father to along stem'have not prov- u -skin,'producing indescribable pam ana suffering. Cutting away a sore or diseased gland

.l.: '..' you never need anything very popular, partly, I think, be good; the blood is poisoned. The old scrofulous taint which has probably come down through several

, > of the' prettiest, suits of of a haunting, fear that if It :\\\I I'J. | J generations has polluted every drop of blood. a
': it Scrofula requires vigorous treatment. The blood must be back ta healthy
t\ persistent
;: : that Is' the feather might come,uuglued. .. brought a
.' one not only }:Jj condition before the terrible disease be in its work of and '
on the contrary, the old and ;:7 can stopped destruction. Mercury, potash .-
1". '', : made out of things which ostrich plume Is ;:; I rJr1N'other poisonous minerals usually given in such cases do more harm than good; they ruin the digestion '
:' .S woman throws away. ; seen everywhere.OLIVE and leave the system in a worse condition than before.S. I

'-,., friends about it, and It Is HABPZR. S. S. is the only medicine that can reach deep-seated blood troubles like Scrofula. It goes down to the very toots,of"
:":" the disease and forces every vestige of poison out of the blood. S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known.
!-., : that' they can find a hint _For sprains, swellings and lameness I The roots and herbs frost which it is made contain wonderful blood purifying-properties,which no poison,however powerful,can
: ,:: In the first place is nothing so good as ChamberlainV i long resist S. S. S.stimulates and purifies the blood, increases the 1

< around the bottom, and n Balm. Try it. For sale by B. R. I SAVE THE appetiteaidsthedigestionandrestoresh.ealthandstrenJthtothe
& Son. enfeebled If have to think have Scrofula
; body. you reason you or
:. lady had a skirt that was your child has inherited any blood taint, don't wait for it to develop, but begin at once the use of $. S. S. Iris a fine tonic md,the'

.:=f N.=:, they were much Several Kentucky coal mines, idle for best blood purifier and blood builder known, as it contains no poisonous minerals. S. S. S. is pre-eminently a reme'tv'fot- 1

'" are now. The \' days, are running again the children.
':;' snuff brown cloth of good When my daughter was an infant she had a severe case of Scrofula for which she was under the con-
,,- having accepted the wage scale. stant care cf physicians for more than two years She was worse at the end of that time, however and -
t' was far past its first number of mines are still idle. we almost despaired of her life. A few bottles of Swift's Specific cured her completely,as it seemed to ,
'. go direct to the caueof the trouble. I do not believe it has an equal for stubborn cases blood diseases
{;. ,'; Jacket was quite threa whi."h. are beyond the power of other so-called blood remedies. S. I.BROOKS Monticello: Ga. ;

l: ,,__. .. the bottom and on the I Seeln Things at Night. .. Our medical department is in charge of experienced physicians who have made e
;';i1'- ; ,' looked very unpromising ; nightmare is a common result of indi- Scrofula and other blood diseases a life study Write them about, or anyone

,,*. sity knows no law and gestion. You can't expect good sleep you are interested in. Your letter will receive prompt and careful attention. We make
with a bad stomach Dr. Loyal Ford's wo charge whatever for ttiia. "* Address, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA. GA.
was to take the skirt Disj>eptidde, the new remedy, makes a
the breadths in bark and sound stomach that digests perfectly. B

wrong side, and then It IL Wilson & Son.

=, :-t:: sewed up In its usual

Ii.: four deep slashes w're. A native priest says of the Chinese
articles of religion: "The men believe
: places filled In with fans
them. The women don't. There is no
: -
4 surah, which made the
l-\-\ i better shade of brown religion in China."
: Bevel-Gear
; the slightly faded
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
: was left in the plait, as Contain Mercury, CHAIN LESS. CHAIN WHEELS COASTER BRAKE
Is now in style. The fij

the Is of reconstructed white silk, and jacket.over smell as mercury when and completely entering will surely it derange destroy through the the the whole sense mucous system of The first choice of experiThe finest chain wheels acts directly upon the tire, f7

elaborate trimming of surfaces. Such articles should never be used enced and particular riders that it is possible to make, avoiding all undue wear of i
cording in tan colored except on prescriptions from reputable physi

ever the material cians.the as good the damage you can they possibly will do derive is ten from foldto every\vhere-the best possi- having every improvement the mechanical parts in the (

wear the cording was them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by ble proof of its superiority. found in our new Chainless hub. No straining of the tu
ful shape. The high F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no
ered with the cording nn mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly Lightened construction improvements models, aside from the drivdrivIng wheel. For either i
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
:i ed cuffs. the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure throughout. New ing mechanism. New ModChainless or Chain Models.
; I have spoken at length be sure you get the genuine. It is taken in- : f
. and have done it to show ternally and is made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. Models, $75. els, $)O.. PrIce (With our 1X models) $>.00 t
J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
did and the dress
i man 'i Sold by Druggists, price: 75c per bottle. ,,
] new and in the latest st Hall's family pills are the best. -- 1 tIIARTFORDS.

I appearances co.: ., and

I any one desire? Venetian The government will take no steps to STORMERS. PENNANTS.

ly zibelines make the rebuild at Galveston the ruined fortifica- ;

l one has to buy a dress tions and other government works until

make the best ) the report of the special board of inspec- The leading medium-priced The Stormers present a Low in puce but high in j.
So much can be has been received.
ey. tion bicycles. Their twelfth refinement of construction quality. Staunch and 'e11of
management in the '(' year \ .

really good quality of ECZEMA, ITCHING IW\IOItSl'UIPLES success. In excellence of and finish usually found only finished, they possess every
always pays to get a good -CURED BY B. II. B.
!1 possible, and'nothing is manufacture, durability and i in bicycles i 1 commanding requisite of strength and ;:::
Bottle Free to Sufferers.Does
, ly useful than brown : skin itch and burn ease of running they are higher prices_ They are: popdurability_. Rpst for nil riders J
i--3 black, and fashion now your ? Distre.ssingeruptions -- -- --- ---

quite ladies to on the skin so you feel ashamed to excelled in their class. New ular favorites. New first at small
j young be seen in company? Do scabs and scales formon loddesiring wear a f
\ snits. There arc the skin, hair or scalp? Have you eczema? '
i :, erywhere, and on these : Skin sore and cracked? Hash form on the kin? Models, $35. els, $35'. cost. New Models $2>. ,

directions that it seems Pricking pain in the skin? Boils! Pimples?
Bone pains Swollen joints? Falling hair? All th
1 cry lady whose education run down? Skin pale Old sores Eat ins:sores? fi
i entirely neglected can Ulcers? To cure to stay cured take B. B. B HOME OFFICE, FOR SALE BY !
gowns. So all there is to'r's(Botanic Blood Balm), which makes the blood I
!, up or make over. pure and rich. B. B. B. will cause the sore: HARTFORD CONNECTICUT. ELLIS B. WAGER, TITUSVILLE. I {
to.lit'a1. itching of eczema to stop forever, theskin
! One lady of my to become clear and the breath sweetB. .
I man's old and faded C. 15. is just the remedy y> u have been ;
looking for. Thoroughly tented for 30 \('al'SOur 'j
_and from that covert she \, '
advised B. : .
readers to B. B. Foi
are try -- -- -- ----- -- --- ---
sale by druggists $1 per large bottle: six : '
large bottles full treatment) .">. Be sure tin : t \
,+' i bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm. Complett
&; directions with each V.ttle. So sutl'erers may GKOlUiK )(. KOKK1NS! '
, est it. a trial bottle given away. Write foi '
I it. Address BLOOD BALM Ct)., Atlanta Ga
Describe your trouble and free personal med Will practice in State and United State* .
N-1 ical advice given. 15. B. B. for sale by J. B Courts. y- ---I / 7C

Screveu: druggist,Titusville. 2 Ollice at Titusville: Florida.I o \

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Li Hung Chang suggests the United L. GAULDKX, I = 0 l

States: as a mediator between China and ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ; ,fTITUSVILLE. ,
the powers. r LORID.\. '

County judge of Brevard county. Will i
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lice in all the courts of the ith judicial circuit 11ry1

WHY of Florida.IH'XCAX t



CURES.Reasons ,


for His Marvelous Success I a
His New Free hook.r .
Prosecuting attorney for Brevard county. r=_ (,r
Dr. Hathaway's methodof Notary public, Will practice in all courts of t = : C S 1
treatmeutisnoexperi- the state.
iiient. It is the result o. ----
twenty years ence in the im *-t extec
sire practice of aujspecialist
t in his line ir TITUSVILLE, FLORID

the world. Hewasgrad Will practice iu the courts of the 7th judicial -
uutcd from one of tin circuit. TRI-vv-EEKLY SAILINGS
y, I best medical colleges it
019 the country and perfected JAMES: -
coat that i is Just the li;: 1"' ,. his medical and siini .\ IHEJACKSONVILLE. AND NEW YORK
: education extcn
cal by
and ;
straight ;:
as site hospital practice Main otlice and address, Tibbals. Florida. Calling at Charleston, S. C., both way
them. All she: did was t Early in his profes>ioual career he made discovtries Office at Fort Pierce, Fla., upon the 2nd and The Finest! Steamships in the Coastwise, Sei'r'Ice.
lining and clean the head of his 4th each month
which placed him at the profession Fridays '
in treating what are general; Notary Public, State at Lar (. : 4'
model it after a pattern as a si'eciali t
and __ __ ____Direct Service Between-
a line garment! No one known as private diseases of men women and Providence and All Eastern
Jacksonville Boston Points.
This system of treatment he has more and more F. J. WEBB, : ,
agined that this was perfected each }ear until tdtyhiscures aro sc ATPOfiNEI'-.1T-, ('al Iiug at Charh--ton both w. ySEMIWKEKLY ?-.
new owe That was invariable as to be the marvel of tho medics SAILINGS.
material was good to '; profession. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Southbound-Fmm Lewis 1Y harf. l!.i't'Q. Nfl thbuun.I-F."JIh f.ot of I'atlr.Tine Street JacksonvilleCLYDE'S
buttons were new : Enjoj ing: the largest practice of any specialist Will practice in the courts of the 7th judicial I S T. J O II \ S U I V E II LI \ E.
iu the world he till maintains system:: of nominal circuit. DENARY LlxE.I .
law permits on box fees hint makes it possible for all to obtain I
--- I lU'tiveeu Jtcvsumille: and Man(old,

1 may add that the bad his treats and cures Loss of \ italitv.Vancocelp : 50 YEARS' :Stopping; at l'alatka.llIr.: St. Fraul'iBrl'fllrcl OJ'Land)I. Blue Springs: and other
who sets so intermediate Johns
lady Stricture Wood Poisomnz: in its dfVroat EXPERIENCE lauding on St. Uin r.
her sex. in letting: the : stages. (' ut,1V'eak Bark. Neiv- Steamer "FREI-K DF.BARY." CAI-T. W. A. :SHAW,
there can be "iiew lu*nl'$S. all manner of Urinary ('orq hint i is appointed to ail as fullowa:
a made her own out of a netTSJres and Skin Diseases, iiriuhts DNc.i- i Leaves Jar'' son\' 3:30 p. Sundays.: Ttu-sdays and Thursday#.
she had last year, anti tndaltfnrnis01KidneyTroubles. His trmtUlt A Leaves Sanford: u a. ui.. Enterprise): 9 a, in. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.soutiif .
for undertone men restores lost vitality! "it
; hind SCHEDULE.
to bind it with a piece aakes the patient a btronwell:; vizor':us nr:: : Northboundrt'ad
: down read
cloth like the dress : Dr. Hathaway's sucrs* iu the trc..tuu-at Leave: 20 puj--__________----________Jacksonville n-_______ ---________---Arrive 2 00 up am
of drapery out of Varicocele and Stricture without the aid of Uui.,. TRADE MARKS I ., }"> pm----------- ___Un_ '-----Palatka------------____--_____--__Leave 8 (G
and that with or cautery is phenomenal. The patient is trea DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS .. :3 00 am____________--_______ ______Astor:: _, ______- -_________________ 2 SO
i surah by this method at his own home without pain' Ac. ., 4 :30 am_--___________ ______--___at. Francis-------------------------; 1 00 pm
as becoming a hat as 1 loss of time from business. This is positholy t '' Anyone sending 1 a sketch and description may _________ n______-IieresfordDeLandl L___u______----Un 12ooD'n pm
season. There are hats only treatment whkl1l'ureswitwutan operatic' quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an .. ii,00 .,Ull.n_ __ Blue SpringsArr ___ I' 11 no
invention babIYPLtentable. Communica ----------- u u uu -- ---- amtionsstrictlyconadentiaLliandbookonpatents
ly without trimming; Dr. Hathaway calls the particular attention .i. ve1" 30a ___' ___. __ ______, _________ _:Sauford5i __ ___________ _____ -----_ !j uo am
Varicocele and Stricture to pu.: ..
from '
sufferers sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. ii ) "
aa---- -u-------- --------uterpnae-------- --- h y 3t)
few women in these 7. 28, "9. 30 and :31 of his new book, eutkli Patents taken through Munn ft Co. receive --- am
enough;: to trim them "Manliness, Vigor. Health,"a copy of which wig: special iwfice, without, chanre, in the General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

to remember i is to have be sent free on application.Write Scientific American. W. H. WARBUETi T. P. A.. F. M. iNMONGER: JR., F. I' A.,
i:: today for free book and symptom i::: : 19 Mate M.. New York. 22(4Vest Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
feathers big enough. mentioning your complaint.J. A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest dr. (. P. LOVELL. Abst. Fla. Supt. JNO. HOWARD Superintendent,
culation of scientific journaL Terms, |3
however, a matter of N'EWTONHATiL-IIVAY, X. D. : four months any ,$L Sold by all bMlt JIIgant. Jacksonville. Fla. Foot H'reM St., Jacksonville, Fix
the most t-ostly hats se Hathaway&Co., T JOo': I)' lIA LEY. Local Freiht Agent. foot Ihe'ui Jacksonville, na
Dr. MUNN & Co """*-*, New York :
are made entirely of 23 llryaii !Strt-t-t. MeyutaahsMcNTIU. t THEO.t.. EtF.hlIeral Janazer. \\\L: 1. ( L\IIE&lOentral Agents.: :
th : N ;.li;:; i'.i'N v.'KrriJM. Branch Office, t25 F St, Washington I).'.. Cht'cbrough Building, 1\1 state Street,opposite Battery 'ark New York.

borders of fur along ; .

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I : : W;'L. HUGHLEFT. ;'M;: D.;:L. ; DANIEt, ', migrators are returning earlier HELBOUBNE STATE'BANK-capital'15- US! DREW'S""
i' D.-D. Suffices over'The:'Indian River this year than,usual 000. J.H. Phillips president; E. P.'Branch, .
>)..' Drug Co'sstores,the leading Drug establishment cashier'The only Sank on the lower river 'yi.... '.
!l\<"'= ;":- of the Indian river country.T- ,* Mrs:'E. W. Schoyler, of Malabar, is I and the pineapple region of Brevard county. All except ....
i -: ; visiting her daughter, Mrs.J. E. Bettler.
t't :.. 8.F.,TBAVIS & CO.. Exclusive 'Wholesale :I KAU GALLIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. "
k Grocers carry the largest stock of General Mrs.}.-E. Bottler Is quite ill, bat it isI SEND ronCATALOGUE. I flA1 i. '
l -:: 'i Merchandise the east coast of Florida hoped.that she will soon be' in her usual HODGSON BROTHERS. Dry Goods Ship .
,Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and
Can meet all competition. Write for prices. bad onesl LLUI4L'THC
I t : f fittings, Clothing,Paints and Oils,; Grocer- .... Ii
% tr. WILLIAM HINDLE.-tfndertakerandEm. Miss Grace Hardee has sufficiently' re- ies. Marine railway steamer for charter. .ii 1!
II ., baltner. Bicycles and Sewing'Machine i
:.y H.&W. B.
coved so as to, to enter school as a'' EAU GALLIE. .
Y ,Tinning Pipe Fitting, Repairing COMPANY, j
. of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge pupil tbiSweek,
,1 Porson Paddison is the owner of .a DREWBLANKS
i Steam. Cooker Capt. Fred Aldrich arrived Mondayfrom handsome horse and buggy.

FRANK,LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty Fall River, Mass., where he has : Miss Jessie Goode was calling on There are hun- rm.HENEY. ..
years experience; all kind of repairing been spending the summer. J
.1t- done, nice and cheap; also 1adi and m en's friends in Eau Gallic Sunday.

r? shoes made to order. Miss Anita Canova has returned to Oar city fathers are having the streets dredsofcoughmedicines 1 i B. TOMPKISS. President,
her studies at St. Joseph's St. P. DESHAM, Cashier
academy THOMAS ,
Fresh Meats call on cleaned
j'i FOR GROCERIES and up and all rubbish burned.
}'_ or,write to E. C.Johnson, Cocoa. Augustine. Her many young friends. which relieve I JAMES D. BAKES, Ass't. Cashier.
!' w miss her very much. Master Frank Hebard killed a large
., THE TRAFFORD R\KERY.-Firstquality rattler near the Baptist church last week.
flour sent to Rev. J. A. Hughes of Titusville will all National Bank of
f, Bread, made of high grade any coughs, coughs
.f- < address;also never-faiiing home-made yeast fill the pulpit at the chapel here Sunday It is rumored that Mrs. C. L. Ives, of
' cakes. Ice Cream every Saturday; Grand Rapids will Eau Gallie a visit
' morning.; There will be a business meet- pay bad !

.Jr. GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable ing at the church Saturday evening at 7 I' this winter. except ones the State of FloridaCAPITAL

Jici .1 such Store as for Dry good Goods, fresh Saddlery and reliable, Crockery goods, o'clock.Everyone invited be present. Work is still being pushed on the The medicine which

:-fg": _' ', Hats Trunks and a full line of ,Groceries. Your correspondent took advantage of schooner Lemon City. Kingan Hodgsonhas 10000000.
-., the opportunity to visit the school at Cocoa the contract.
round. has been the
JAEVIS all the year curing
Pleasant location facing the river on river last Faiday and found teachers and Messrs. Near and Taylor have secured Designated depository of the State of Florida .
; ... terms by pupils bright and alert=all interested in and of the City of Jacksonville. Solicits
front. Rates$2.00 per day,special several orders for artesian wells at differ- bad
of accounts of all classes and offers
worst coughs every facility
week month. the work. The teachers have
the or worked
,: ent points on the lower river and have consistent with prudent banking. Recognizing -
FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.C. hard and under most trying circum- left this point for Fort Pierce. the needs of that class who accumulate a
stances during the first week-the room for6oyearsisAyer'sCherry surplus, we will allow interest on time de
P. PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. rot properly desked and seated and Miss A. Florence Hodgson reports hav- posits. We invite attention to the statement
Calls to any point on the river promptly I ing seen a lunar rainbow on Friday eve below, condensed from our last official reportto
t' answered. Fo t Pierce. Florida. workmen hammering about the building.A last. This seldom phenomenon was very Pectoral: the honorable controller of the currency:

Lima Man's Testimony. beautiful and lasted nearly half an hour. CONDENSEDSTATEMENT

:E : UP p AND D D DOWN THE"[ EAST( I CO ST. I have obtained excellent results from Capt. McFadden's schooner is fast taking Here is evidence : OF CONDITION .

; : the of Cure. It The owners
Kidney on shape.
use Foley's re- are putting "
My wife was troubled with a At close of business April 26, 1900.
Brief Mention Minor Matter Occurring lieved my backache and severe pain .all the new improvements on this fine
deep-seated cough on her
lungs for
Towns. over the hips. It toned up my system vessel, which will be about 100 tons RESOURCES
h at Our Neighboring three One I
day thoughtof
and vim and I years.
gave me new energy. re- burthen. Loans and discounts $243,973.47
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COCOA. gard it as an honest and reliable remedyfor Archdeacon Brown will hold how Ayer's Cherry Pecteral Overdrafts_______.._____________ 5,996!
i4. all kidney diseases. It makes no servicesin saved the life of my sister after United States bonds_______________ 35,000.00
{ J. N. Waller, of Ankona, was in town I false claims but does what it says when St. John's church Sunday at 10:30a. the doctors had all given her up to Premium on U. S bonds_________ 232.37
;_ Friday and again Tuesday. 'given a fair trial. I certainly recommendit. m. and at 7:30 p. m.All invited. die. So I purchased two bottles, Bonds stacks and securities_______ 143,960.43
Wm. Finn, 447 Elida Road, Lima, 0. Sabbath school will be opened this month and it cured Banking house, furniture and Fix., 44417.62
} my wife completely. Other real estate owned____ ____
J. A. Booth of Brantley, accompanied B. K. Wilson & Son. for the winter 6,700.00
season. Due notice of the
It took only one bottle to cure my Cash in vault--___--______--______ 80,795.02
;, by his two sons, was in town Saturday. date will be .
{ i BANYAN given.It sister. So you see that three bottles Due from banks and U.S. treasurer 53,491.23

_. Capt Wm. Jarvis, after a short sojourn (one' dollar each) saved two
at home, left Tuesday for West Palm Early bran plantings are being made. Saved His Leg. lives. We all send you our heartfelt 614566.51

Beach. Gene and Clad Stewart were over on P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga., suffered thanks for what you have done LIABILITIES

2-; Prof. G. W. Schuyler and stepson, Sunday.J. intensely for six months with a for us."-J.H.BURGE,Macon,Cot, Capital stock ----- --------------$100,000.00
Walter Sweeney, of Indianola, were here Houston was from Melbournelast frightful running sore on his leg, but Jan. 13. 1Sw. Surplus and profits,_______-______ 28,18268
up writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly Circulating notes__--________----__ 35000.00
: *,?' Monday. week. cured it in ten days. For ulcer, burns, Dividends uncalled for-_--____-_ 200,00:

of Craig Hopkins sailed to the hub wounds, boils, pain or piles, it's the best Sills payable______--______________ None
:Mrs. H. S. Williams Rockledge, on
i: salve in the world. Cure guaranteed. Deposits__------___________--__-- 451,183.83
arrived home last from a turnmer Saturday in'the Queen.
.., Only 25c. Sold by Wilson & Son, drug
'. vacation. Home gardens are being planted since gists. 6 Now, for the irs: time you --- $6ll566.51

. Herbert Cooper arrived home Tuesday the rains of last week. 9
can get a trial bottle of Cherry
, ,.. from Palm, where he has been at work The young orange groves in this sectionare MELBOURNE.Mrs. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.G. .

for several months. looking beautiful. With a few warm Latham, of Oak Lodge, was here Pectoral for 25 cents. Ask F
t<' :"ii' Among the visitors to town last Friday winters a lot of fruit will be shipped from Tuesday.Hon. your druggist.

t to take in the capital removal speaking K. A. Hardee, of Sebastian, was
: was Mrs. Wilson, of Rockltdge.: : Nettie Jones, of Georgia, opened in town Tuesday. r Florida

ra'., I E. V. Hall and J. H. Miot were here -chool here on the 1st. Miss Jessie )lc- Miss Jessie Goode spent Sunday with Atlanta took a long stride forward Fr:.

-" Tuesday to attend a meeting of the working Millan has been transferred to the Bona- friends in Eau Gallic. ,lay in electing a progressive city admin- and

4:'.,'j:< team of the county executive com venture school by her request. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Watts i istration. It is now Mayor Minis, oftlanta. \Vestern'Jleats

f mittee. drove down from Eau Gallic Monday.. .\ .
: .
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Our new town hall building is about Mr. Minor, of Tillman and Postmaster .
: Was the result of his splendid health. Do not yet scared if heart troubles- x
,j,: i ready for the roof to be put on, and will of Malabar in your r 'y
Farley, were Sunday.
certainly commodious for Indomitable will and tremendous energy you, most likely you suffer from indies of allKinds.
g all prove enough Ire not found where stomach, liver, kidneys Captain Xesbitt, wife and little grandson ;:ion. Kodol) Dyspepsia Cure: digests what

purposes. I and bowels are out order. If you of Eau Gallie, were visitors to our you eat anti gives the xvornont stomach
Our school is progressing finely, and want these qualities and the success they town last Sunday.We perfect l'l':?t. It is the only preparation .

;::. everything points to the fulfillment of bring use Dr. King's New Life Pills. known that completely digests all classes II;
l':i. the brightest expectations of patrons, They develop every power of brain and are pleased to learn that :Mrs. Valentine '>f foods; that is why it cures the worst
::: pupils and teachers. body. Only 25c.: at B. R. Wilson & and family will return from the cases of indigestion and stomach trouble Titusvllle, Florida.
1 Son's drug store. 6 north in a few weeks. after everv'thin_ else has failed. It may !
;y;, It. F. Jones, the agent at this point, be taken in conditions and cannot help

t;, left Wednesday with his family for aacation. MIMS.R. Messrs. Ernest Taylor, Poixm Paddi- you good, Wils-on & Son. BOBBINSGRAHAM
;:. .- son and Harry Willlute, of Eau Gallie,
He will visit his old
\ : home in
:E. Minis of Uona venture
was a
, '
were in our town last Sunday evening.Mrs. NOTICE.
Indiana and other points of interest. visitor here last week. &
Chas. McBride and Willie Under and by virtue of an order issued out
.. The schooner Merchant, C. D. Provost, Mrs. Eunice Schofield opened the La- son, IIf the Court othc County Judge in and for CO.
master, has been in port several days, Grange school Monday.Our left here Tuesday to spend a few weeks Brevard County on the petitiou of J. P. I
( Paid
having arrived last Friday. Mr. Provost Melbourne Beach the guest of Miss E. Brown Shcrilfaml ex officio Admiuistrator ol up Capital $25,000.00.)
' informed this scribe that the is school is progressing finely with a J. Lee. the estate of Robert Morrow dtccaai-d to pay This company owns landsin
, present larger attendance than last year. the debts of said deceased we will on the first the Indian River Country
. the last cruise of the schooner for the Mr. P. l;. Iticou; and son, of Jensen, Monday in November A. 1) UMO: between the -
K, fceason. Dr. G. W. Holmes was here Tuesday arrived here Tuesday and his brother, ;icgal hours ()sail sell for cash to the highest on the St. Lucie Diver,

.. The town election Monday resulted in morning making professional. calls. :Mr. Ernest Iticou, went south the :UK! best bidder the following Kinds lying inBrevaid at New River, and on Biscayne -
II' County Florida, tj wit:
' '1 the election of Mayor W. L. llughlett, Mrs. C. S. Ballou is expected back to same day. These gentlemen are doing a Com eucing at a point 5 chains south of the Bay.

_'j Clerk 11. N. Andrews:, and Alderman J. open her house by the first of November. good business here in their fish packing, north west corner of the north east i of the PRICES TO SUIT THE TI3IES.
"4 M. Sanders. south east } of the north west i of section 5.
S. A. Bariield was elected shipping daily a quantity of pompano,
Send for
land list.
.o George Strahan, who has been at Palm township 22 south range 35 east, run thence
marshal aud collector and Sam Childs to sheephead has: drum, mullet, etc. OFFICE AT .
south chains
Beach during the summer, spent a few 5 thence east 5 chains thence
his first term as alderman. Some of the nets are banging in big north 5 chains thence west 5 chains to the TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.
home before
lays at for schoolat
.__ __ .
hauls. point of b " W. G. Frink of
Bonaventure, and B. Stetson university.
--- -- ----- :I.8S.
r J. Hilhard, of Tropic, were here Monday Mrs. Annie Carlile and children re- Weather Keport JOSEPH P. DEOWX, MIMS'BOARDING ;
r waking a land trade. The land lies on Sheriff and E\Om'cio Administrator of
: turned Monday, after an absence of six SUMMARY FOR SKI'ThMliEK; BY RKV. J.\S. H the estate of Robert Morrow.J. J
Merritts island
: gentlemen just months in the northwest. They were WHITE. U. S. WEATHER OIJbERVER.Highest \v. OJ-BAX, HOUSE
i. swapped tracts for mutual convenience. accompanied by Misses Grace and Nora Commissioner.GEO. .
home: boot was given on one side. Hooker, of Nebraska. temperature on the 1st, U'2.0; t
lowest temperature on the (!th, 74.0. M. IZoKBix-, F. A. Mouuvx.President. .
Dr. DeWitt Webb and Judge J. C. K. Mean for the month 80.8; average mean Actuary. Titusville, Fla.

Foster, of St. Augustine, gave the Cocoa- for 19 year, iH.! .'>; highest mean in 19!) years BREVARD
Ite a rattling good talk last Friday on Nerve Mu>. C. X. )IDI .
the removal in ISS!\ 82: ,;5; lowest mean in 19! years in "" ,-._-" ,,- ,--.'.,-.--., .'v_ __v "'" Proprietress.
capital question, with St. ISOti, 71.2.Rainfall, 0000000

Augustine for the objective point. Your in inche, :IJ.31; : ; average for 25; Abstract of TitleCOMPANY I

scribe notices quite a number of people year, 7 87: greatest in L':5: yearin:;; 1878, ,,--_ ._ ---- -- -- Pleasantly situated within

here now wearing St. Augustine! buttons. FoodIf 23.7: *; least in L';) yeanin l 1S2: :;OJ. short station.distance. of. railway. .

At the regular meeting of the council Prevailin direction of wind, northeast. TRANSIENT RATES

Tuesday evening the oilicers elected and Number of clear: days :10; number of Will furnish abstracts of title REASONABLE. I

re-elected were worn in and council re- you* have neuralgia, ScottV fair days, 2; number of cloudy days, 5, for lands in Brevard county. Special weekly or

organized. S. .\. lai! field, imushal-elect, Emulsion of Cod Liver Gil number of days with rain. !9. OFFICE f.ER: LAW OFFICE OF monthly rates....
declined to serve in that Island Home Merritts Island Fla.
:: capacity, and GEO M. KOKBl 'S.' TITUSVILLE. FLA. --- --- -
H. Herndon, the former incumbent, was \\illfeed the nerve that is cry- -- -- --- .--- --- --

appointed by council to take his place. ing for food-it is FlIKDEKICK A. 31OKCAN, .....FOI!.....

Alderman Travis was re-elected president: hungry n \1. ESTATE.:: Ixsn\Xc. A Shave and a Hair Cat ,.
and and _---- --. -.- .
of council, Alderman Childs wasassigned : set your whole body going COLLECTIONS.Stenography. - ---- ---

a member of the standing: committees ....<.o T"..,.
again, in a to TYP"'Hitill .
way satisfy nervy --
in place Alderman -- -
Cooper, re- -
tired. and brain from your usual food. NOTARY I'lr.ui. TtTc"\'II.u;, FL \. Carruthers'.Barber :; i:.
Shop riv -,
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Feelings of safety pervade the house- That is cure. h1.5..1.: (;i\lM l iN I'It.: None but (.\IK'rieuredwork- I .
hold that uses One Minute Cough Cure If j TIT( ILLE, I
men employed and 1H.'rfed.
you are nervous and irritable J.\, i i
the only harmless remedy that produces : : :,athla'UOIgllarantt'l'1 t'j j i
immediate results. It is infallible for you may only need moa AFEWgill J. L. (',\RRl"rUER Proprietor.fRiDS .

(wughs, colds, croup and all throat and fat to cushion nervesyon .
I will your \ M %;( r _
lung troubles, it prevent consumption ha\ean itnmtv x
q p
I Wilson & ::;oii. are probably thin-andScott's ;
to inspect a I assortment -

The schooner Dove, which was beached Emulsion of Cod Live;" of seas'ual'le f L' .

near Mosquito' inlet Tuesday of last week, Oil will give you the fat, to bb,,-

was sold to the Icrrilk te\'ells company gin with. FALL NOVELTIES THE RISING GENERATION

for 10u. ,.- Wt'l! its the
$ ill
: Cure pl'l'licllt one w be better and
so far as it .tntiiatr if their fowl i
-- ---r11'owan'i got- counts
in Divas:: iioo U. such as Always cheaperIn little of the
Kigltt8.Woman's Full is the end than seeds ;rood i rather than too much of the
cure getting the L; Venetians ('it-jums, :at- any indifferent.

,- first inalienable right i is freedom you need from usual food, anScott's in-Soleil: Poplin, etc., on I Tested that only true cost to name half as, fresh much.and Groceries and---- Fresh Meats
headache nervousness andowMipation
"UIU : sale
i that so open makes: her life Emulsion help yo1: L reliable. Always' the belllt.others.Ask ,-I iw superior Our quality are not necessarily: ,en_
for take no !
Ferry s- goods are excellent p
: \ The chief cause ol these tivmtth Seed Annual. every article
" imsA-iiil'l- to that. Write for 19uO bKinu the best of its kind, yet prices
disorder. Dr. D. !i. FERRY A CO., are not
Momach : Loyal be one'! : higher and in
IS If you have not tried it, send for free said;<:', you Detroit, Mich. some cans not as high as those
: -pt-'pticidtf' is the new and charged for inferior
Floyd'\ pjr- Agreeable taste will surpri.e'ou.. so.K
tutu lor these ills. U. 1:. 11'ilain SCOTT & BO\\'' ICheil1i ls. DRY GOODS, SHOES, FURNITURE E
ttt t 409-415 Tcarl Street, New York JOHNSON
,\ NU, joe. and ji.oo;all druggists."X' TITI:,VII.I.E, FL..F .\. ,
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: l, :.: cHINESE :When you cannot '-sleep for coughing, NOTICE Of flfCIWN. :, ';
lULL o Of DECEPTION. -- -- :
it iajiardly necessary that any one should ". _u _" -
.' -- _. . ... '. -- -' -
- -- -- -- -'
: : { tell you,.that you need aJew doses of -- -

.. ," Horrible InJurlet.FrequentljSelflnfllcted, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to allay Whereas, The legislature of 1899. under
v.'... I the irritation of the throat, and make .,..t.rnxtpuaPrmrrrutrlrprer.. mn. auvnarr.n. ..," the constitution of 1883. of the state'of Florida -
: Used to
;}? : J Sympathy.' sleep] possihle. It is good. Try it. For did pass ,four joint resolutions proposing
.:'d'-.': Special con esp jndence of The Florida Star. sale by B. R. Wilson & Son. CASTOR amendments to the constitution of the state
: t:: '. and the same were agreed to by
, : SAN, FnA.1 cIsco, Oct.. 3. One who of> vote Florida of three-fifths of all the members
. lr; lias never visited the native quarters Reduced Rates :via Southern By. ( elected to each house that the vote on said
::' ', of Chinese, cities joint resolution were entered upon their
:cannot conceive
, ; :- indescribable Atlanta, Ga.-fojthern interstate: fair, ,,, ,, ."",. "" '" '" "''',,'',,''":",,,,,,,,,,, ." """" ., For Infants and Children. respective journals with the yeas and nays
: mass of filth and rubbish Octl027,1900. : bereon, and they did determine and direct

;: of all descriptions that cumbers up On Oct. 12,16, 18, 23 and 25 tickets that the said joint resolutions be submitted

both streets and houses. Such thing will be sold via the Southern railway at The Kind You Have to the in electors November of the,1900.state at the general, eJection -

'. as cleanliness Is unknown, for where rate of one fare for the round trip, plusnO Now, therefore, I, Jno. L. Crawford, secretary -

ry.: the struggle for .existence Is so teen cents admission to the fair grounds; of state, of the state of Florida, do hereby ,
... final limit Always Bought! give notice that a
i. people have no time to waste on keepIng 30. Two daily trains ,

s :" ,. their habitations or their persons leaving Jacksonville 5 a. m. and 7:45 AhegelablePrepa. ,lonforAssilllilatinJtheFoodandRegula GENERAL ELECTIONwill

In a reasonable state of cleanliness. p. m. be held in each county in Florida on
t|.,.., Peking, being one of the largest, has You ought to know that when suffering ting the StomachsandBoWelsof Bears theSignature Tuesday November next, A.succeeding D. 1900, the the said first Tuesday Monday be-in

an equally large proportion of dirt, but i from any kidney trouble that a safe ing the

( even In that phenomenally unclean sure remedy is Foley's Kidney Cure.
i place no other spot can vie for repulsiveness Guaranteed or money refunded. B. R.

._;. with the Bridge of the Begs -' Wilson &; Son. for the ratification or rejection of the said

rs.. Not alone are all varieties of Inanimate Promotes DigestionChecrful- joint resolutions proposing amendments to the
s constitution of the state of Florida, viz:
; refuse on exhibition there, but The state department now looks for nessandRest.ContainsneithCf of
r also' the riffraff and remnants of Chi- early peace in China and the resumptionof Opium.MorpWne nor Mineral. t Article XV.

;; nese humanity the normal government.The NOT NARCOTIC. That the following amendment to the

[ The Chinese beggar resorts' 'not alone ... constitution of the state of Florida be and
f Banner Pile Care. the same is hereby agreed to and shall be
to'personal appeal unending lam submitted to the electors of the state at the
entation, but also on personal mutilation Is Banner Salve. It gives immediate pa ){drr.s.wrzr.PrrCEERPumpdn general election A. D. 1900 for ratification or

i r; in the hope that the sight tf relief and will soon effect a cure. 25o SeJ rejection:

his deformity, natural or artificial, will B. R. Wilson! & Son's. R'atd4ddaAnr'ae Alx..lcnnll f Section 4, Article VII, of the constitutionof

tt f awaken pity in the breast of the pass- &ad eCwdsWs- I n the state of Florida is hereby amended so

, lit. erby. Many horrible instances might The great forest and grass fire i" California Rpptmiat .* t as Section' read as follows Where: any senatorial districtis

( be noted of the manner in which the has already destroyed $1,500,000 WomSttd- composed of two or more counties, the
'4 Chinese mendicants deliberately mutilate worth of property and several lives have lari&d&igor counties which such district consists shall

themselves In order to be fitted for been lost. = vise not be entirely separated by any county belonging -
to another district. Any new county -
: : their calling. One method is to bind You perfect for Constipation that may be created shall be entitled; to
assume no risk when buyChamberlain's
:f- insect upon the eye and allow It to you Sour Stonfich.Diarrhoea. one member in the house of representatives,
'\. : destroy the sight. When this is accomplished Colic, Cholera and Diar NVorms.Convutsions.Feverish- n in excess of the limit prescribed ii section
r rhoea Remedy. Wilson & Son will refund F C until the follow-
11f of this article apportionment
? ; the beggar forth and Loss 0 r r
may go your money if you are not satisfied aess OF U (j ing nest thereafter, and shall be assigned
to present his claim in consideration after using it. It is everywhere admittedto .. when created to one of the adjoining sena-
: of his blindness. This is but one I he the most successful remedy in use Tac Simile Signature of tot al districts as shall be determined by the

method of many similar ones. Every for bowel complaints, and the only one; 1Z4f/ : Years legislature. '
device that Chinese ingenuity can Invent that never fails. It is pleasant, safe and Thirty Article XVI.
reliable. NEW YORK.EXACT .
is adopted to produce deformity, That the following amendment to the constitution -
and the human form divine is twistedout i of the state of Florida be and is
of all resemblance to its normal Proclamation of Titusville.Election For the Townof I hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted to f
T 1': the electors of the state at the general elec. V
self in some cases. Of course a vast An election is hereby ordered to be held at tiou to be held on the first Tuesday after the |.
amount of patience and perseveranceIs the court house on :Monday, the mud day of t first Monday in November, A. D. 1900, for t'
often necessary, but these traits are October, 1900, between the hours of 8 a. m. COPY OF WRAPPER U J j J ratification rejection: $
Inborn in a Chinaman of whatever and 6 p.m., to elect- Section 25 of Article III of said constitution ..
A Mayor, ,, ,."" he aid is hereby amended so as to read as .
rank in life. The hideous repulsiveness A Marshal and Collector THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW VOMK CITY.
of Taxes, .. follows: \
of the results obtained is suchas A Clerk and Treasurer, ; _:' ,' ," -: .i r -t--' ": .'_.j.k:. :<
to spoil the dreams of the foreign An Assessor of Taxes, by general law for incorporating such educational f.
observer unless he have unusually Two Aldermen, to serve two years. agricultural, mechanical mining.
The following persons are appointed judgesof transportation mercantile and other useful
strong nerves. election: J. P. Goldsmith R. E. Mims, Jr., LE..EF":"E.EEEf'EEEEEF' irEEEEEFEEEE.EEEEEEEEEE''. companies or associations as may be deemed
In this respect the Chinese beggars Geo. W. Scobie; and C. R. Stewart, clerk of necessary; but it shall not pass any special
resemble closely those of Italy of the election A. D. PEXXEY. W law on auysuch subject and any such speciallaw

present day or of those of medtmvalEu-i Mayor. shall be of no effect; provided, however,
Titusville, Fla., Sept. lltb, A. D. 19CO. that nothing herein shall preclude special
rope although the injuries of the latter i IN HeSTER.i: legislation as to a university or the public

were for the most part only feigned. For Over Fifty Years schools or as to a ship canal across the state.

The Chinese likewise are also too MRS. WIXSLOW'S NOTHING SYtu'p has been w *
used for over fifty Tears by millions moth s r Article XVII.
shrewd to needlessly mutilate themselves for their children willIe teething with perfect *
when they can avoid it. As Is I,iDCCPSS. Itboothes the child sotteun the gums, That the following amendment to the con-
allays all pain cures wind colic, and is the best Loaded .stitution; of the state of Floiila be and the
well known they are past masters of little remedy sufferer for Diarrhoea.Immediately.It Hill Sold relieve by the poor Of Factory Shotgun Shells. nn same is hereby agreed t and shall be submitted -
the art of deception and some of the in every part of the world. Twenty-flve Druggist cents to the electors of the state at the

imagined injuries and deformities are a low'sSontnlne bottle. Be sure Syrup and and ask take for no"Mrs.other Wins-kind 1 "LEADER" and "REPEATER" loaded with Smokeless T general ratification election or rejection in November: .\. D. 1900 for

so cleverly simulated as to defy allinspection *
and fear of detection. WANTED-Active man of good character 5 powder and "NEW RIVAL" loaded with Black powder. Section be and 5 of is Article hereby VIII amended of the so constitutionshall as to read

Beggary is established to deliver and Collect in Florida for old established as follows:
au institution
manufacturing wholesale house 2 Superior to all other brands for JJ Section 5. Immediately the ratification
and upon -
recognized occupation in China.
;900 a year, sure pay. Honesty more than of ibis amendment the county commissioners -
Children are trained to it from their experience required. Our reference, any UNIFORMITY, RELIABILITY AND J of the several counties <>f this state
birth as any one who has been assailed 'hank in any city. En lose self-addressed hah divide their respective counties into

by the vociferous calls for alms -tamped envelope. Manufacturers, third five commissioner's districts, to be numbered
from Chinese beggars of all will floor, 334 Dearborn St., Chicago.CASTORA. $ STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES. Jkfc respectively from one to five, inclusive, and
ages each district hall be, as nearly as possible
readily testify. The mendicants have Winchester Shells are for sale by all dealers. Insist upon ;J < qua! in proportion to population, and thereafter -,
their well organized societies and there shall he in each of such districtsa
i having them when you buy and you will get the best.
guilds. in this resembling; all classes of Jn county commissioner who shall be elected
Iiy the qualified electors of said county at the
Chinese: tradesmen and workingmen. For Infants and Children. '-=:E-f.i I"I""E-f.if..1 if..i ffrE:'E.EEEEEEEZrEEEEEEEEEEE' -R time and place of voting for other county

At the head of the guild is the "king of officer, anti shall hold his office for two
the beggars" who is often a person of Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought years. The powers duties and compensation

considerable local importance. He Is of such county commissioners shall be
Bears theSignature AI "' !prescribed by law; provided that nothing
generally possessed of means gainedby LLY Ocean Steamship CaSA'tT herein shall effect the terms of commission-

the taking of a percentage of the ot'X vis holding oflite at the time of such division -
alms collected by the members of his ; pro\idid further, that all vacancies
occurring by limitations of terms, from
guild and he lives in tine style. He ex- -'----
loath resignation or otherwise, before the
ists in all the walled cities and large .N10T.I LINE election; of l9ir'shall be filled by api>omtuient -

towns of China and in such places a I Fast Freight by the governor anow provided by

regular tax is levied upon every one I Aieal1hy old Luxurious law. ArticleIII,
who is considered sutfiC"ll'ntIlltll Passenger Koute

to afford to pay it. All foreigners; are That the following amendment to the eon-
of course, included for by their presence TO NEW YORK BOSTON AND THE EAST."V'VVj ,.titutionof the state of Florida hie and the
in China their wealth is same heieby agreed to. and shall he submitteil -
*"ferred. to the elector of the state at the general
The native who pays his a... W: nent Mothers election in November A. I). 1900, for
to the guild often attempts to delude ratification or rejection:

himself with the idea that .so doing is Few mothers are healthy, because Section 12 of Article XVI of the constitution -

obedience to the Confucian precepts inculcating their duties are so exacting. The anxiety I,i .J....' ,' s-_ read as of follows the state: of Florida is amended to

benevolence. Besides this. of pregnancy, the shock of childbirth, _.,.... 'fj ,-.>.-'..-' i:..... II Section:!. The present seal of the state
and '
he knows that to refuse the demands the care of young children, are -=-. "'" /' '. ----,7/- .hall remain the seal of the state of Florida.
severe trials on any woman. But with ... ,...- The state flag shall be of the
of the guild is to bring down v-- '''''-,_= following -
upon his Wine of Cardui .: \ r :
within her wtions and l.e.three
grasp, every : description: Depth to
head a host of troubles. Unless his mother-every woman in the landcanpay /-4' \ r.rJ' -- .'oul'ths length of fly. The seal of the state

usual contribution is forthcoming the the debt of personal health she -'- .-,. .. 'if diameter one-third the Hy in the centerof
_' 'J1
king leatls upon his place of business owes her loved ones. Do you want IIrt! r.t.- -T1IiPF : _iio. .._ a white ground. Red bars in width oueirhtli -
a host of beggars of all sizes shapes robust health with all! its privileges and = <.i the length of lly extending from each
-'= D ., -. ; oriiet toward the center to the outer rim of
and descriptions and if he has any pleasures? Wine of Cardui will give it ,.. .___-t" .-,- ,;;" -- ,"-"-,--!!",....-...'...&.",,;..... ,, '._:.;;;'.__ -: .<:-" .""-1'#_. _! (1.z ; # the seal.The l.
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shop when they tie- ""- $ """, ,,,4'11, !: ":' votes cast in compliance with
part he may thank ---- ,..., < -- '=--' .. -, ,"- _,, -- t
whichever of hismIllIN'OUS -.-- ,-r --:.,.-=. '-- -' .... ........- '- -'w_- amendments, and thttanv .
gods he most believes in. -" ; lec arations and returns thereof shall be
The guild divides the city into districts INffCAlIDUJ subjected to the same regulations and restrictions -
and assigns to each beggar his BV LAN I 1) ANT SKA.Sluut as are provided! by law for general
; ; district elections the state of Florida.In .
but. as in every other Chinese profession and Rail Rule to Savannah, testimony whereof I have hereunto set
the female
there are tramp beggars who organs invig I tlieneeut Palatial Expie.vsSteanishij's I -. my hand and ailixed the great

bring disgrace upon their wl rthtr:1t orates weakened functions. For every I . I'. ..... seal ,>f the state of Florida at
female ill or weakness it is the best '
( j rallaha'.tel the cipital. this the
by trespassing the boundaries of oth medicine made. Ask your druggist for SAILINGS FROM SAVANNAH : 'ii-t day ..I' August: .\. I). IStuo.
. ers. $1.00 bottle Wine of Cardui, and take no ( .(/U\l-: L (I\UHIKD..
Many amusing instances might substitute under any circumstances. p l1.,00Iln4: : 4"110011:::: *.l It'tatlit'-...{,..
given of the tricks SHIPS EACH Y EEK 1 1'0,1. I' :"CI\\ v. :o"I.i)| I :! ] ;> i \.1 i! ( : ;
played by the beggars Ills Edwin Crass, Conner, Mich-i "When IcoimiieiKd
upon missionaries. Au-ry w using Tine of CarJi.i 1 v us hardly able > .
known worker In to wJk acttss the house. Two weeks after I w jLcdhjf :
Held cured a native a mac and p-ckcJ .tr3bc-ncs. 'Xnca iisy i ,
I. beggar of cataract, only to be met other chili as born 1 SaftcnJ with Lbor pains 24 Making: .fuse r\lIIIIl'I'til'us \\ nh New Yllrk-I)'>:-.tuii Ships or Sound L tlles.
with the demand that ho hours,and iud to rain him on a botle bcc support the no n.llk. Aficr us ng the Vine during p-cyuincv '
, man, as he had been deprived by the thus tuiie I gave bath last mo uh to a b.uby gi:i,aU A ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules
of his was iti Lbor only two hours, with but little pain
I cure means of earning a liveli and I have plenty of milk. For tus great improve | Writfur general inftirtuatiuii. sailing: "dll'dull'S
hood. CHARLES E. Ilonixso.v. aunt mil my health I think Gtxi and Wine ol Cardui. ,' stah'rNuhn'.t'i\ltiollSUl'call ou
\v\LTFI: HVWKIVSdineral ,
I Presented For advice in cases requiring' special directions H. HINTO.V. T-affie Mauasn. .\!!cut'I'ratlie lh'partutent. Dyspepsia Cure
a Tragedy. address giving symptoms, The Ladies Advisory Sa\.uniali. (id. 2'1't.
Dcpatmcn' 'The Chat- gay St., Jaikjx.nville FiaE.
Timely information given Mrs-. (JeorjieLonir ,auouga Mcdiuif CoQiattanoosi .
of New Straitsville, Ohio, prevented T-na Dinests what: VOlt P At..
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' .. a dreadful tiairedy and saved two lives.A s 2; Hodgson Bros. H. A. HODGES It :titinaMy! digests tjio food and aids
frightful ron_h had long kept her F < ;; Nature ill btrengtlieniii: and reconstructing -

I awake every night. !She had tried many tIXL' Sat wua Ili;;hts, Fla. the exhausted digestive or-
remedies and doctors but steadily slew :.IIEKCHA.VTS... Dealer gans. It is tl. ; latest discovered digest-
worse until urged to try' Dr. King's New in and Manufacturers of ant and tonic. Xo other preparation

Discovery. One little wholly cured her I Eau Gallie, Fla. YELLOW FINEDry can approach it in cU ciency. It instantly

and she rites this marvelous medicine .11ll CYPUESS; LUMBER relieves! and permanently cures

also cured Mr. Long of a severe attack of I Goods Clothing Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
pneumonia. Such erneaiepoMtive: proof 77 Flatulence, Sour Stomach Nausea,
tif the matchless merit of this 1:1 and remedy HOOTS \'U snow, FruIt Vegetable Crates Sick I1caclacllC.GastralgiaCramp-3 andallothenesultsofimperfectdigestion.
for curing all throat, chest and hint
troubles. Only :iil,'. and :?1.0\.1.\ evertht t Best Cse Price
Cough Syrup. Tastes 50o.and f I. Large sue contains
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: tIe guaranteed Trial bottle free nt D. ItWilor. in time. Sold bv druccists.t Estimates furnished for complete billsof small sue. litx/k all! about u j spepsiamailed free

& Son's drug store. dan is 6 Mean Launch fur Charter. lumber EdstC, be delivered at any point U the Prepared by E. C. DeWITT Boo CO. Chicago

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. CURRENT LOCAL ll LCONlCS.A two Yesterday's hours late southbound when it reached train this was place.over c CAPITAL l REMOVAL l SPEAKING.(! dignity which ,will wealth be, and commensurate progress of the with state the,' LATEST l I( I NEWS AND O INCIDENTS.I [ I -

*, i located amid surroundings which will be
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We to learn that Dr. W. 8-
Brief Mention of What Is Coins On In regret Dr.Webb and Judge Foster Make a Strong in harmony with it, and in a city equally Matters of Interest That Are Happening
Graham is quite ill at his home in Mi-
and About TltulTUle.i Argument in Favor of St.Augustine.Dr. to all sections of the state, Around Town.

i A Send your watches for repairs to W. M. ami.W. DeWitt Webb and Judge J. C. R. then you will cast yom ballots for St. Mr. C. W. Crabb was up from Cocoa
R. Knox
water is
Woodward,Titusville. Work guaranteed. proof paint en- Foster, of St. Augustine, arrived here last Augustine. the first of the week. '
dorsed by all who have used it to be .
Born-To Mr. and Mrs. W. E. English perfectly water proof. Friday and spoke at the opera house that W. R. Knox water proof paint in any Geo. Wray, the piano tuner, will visit

Wednesday, Oct. 3, a baby boy. evening in the interest of their city as a color except white, adapted to wood, the east coast in November.Mr. .
Mr. Jule Knox night for the
operator candidate for the state capital. Indian
We call special attention to the card of F. E. C. hpre, has been quite ill with River band gave a delightful concert before I I brick or tin surface. J. T. Price, one of our fish dealers,

F. A. Morgan found on page 8 of this chills and fever! this week the meeting was called to order, and Death of Mrs. Hoson. made a flying trip to Oak Hill Monday.

issue. Mrs. S. G. Vanlandingham, who has while they were playing the opera house Died-On Wednesday of last week, the

Cashier R. B. Holmes, of the Brevard been quite ill for some time past, is now rapidly filled with our citizens. The Mrs. M. A. Moson, of Artesia, sister of 14-year-old daughter of Dave Moore, col-

County State bank, Cocoa, paid our town able to be up and about again, we are meeting was presided ,over by Judge our townsman, Mr. C. Bouknight, died ored, of this place.)

6 a short visit Sunday.If glad to state. Gaulden, who introduced as the first very suddenly of heart disease on the
of Melbourne
10th inst. at the residence of her brother, Capt. Roy ,
Dr, DeWitt Webb.
you want to protect your sills and Mr. Dick Rocker, after a few days speaker whom she had been visiting since last spent a couple of days the first of the
sleepers of building give them a coat oj spent at his home place in Mims re- Dr. Webb began by saying that the week at New Smyrna.Mr. .
She 66 of and
Sunday. was
W. R, Knox water proof paint. capital belonged to the citizens of the years age,
turned to his place of business, Cocoa, state, and so no place had any claim for leaves a brother, sister and five children, J. P. Stanton arrived here Tues-

Democrats, kindly permit us to inform yesterday afternoon. it except as it best accommodated the besides numerous friends, to mourn her day and will fill the position of express

you that you cannot vote if yon do not :Mr. W. A. Farmer, recently night operator people of the state, and went on to say loss. 11rs.loson'8 body was shipped to agent, recently vacated by Mr. Pyles.

register before tomorrow, the 13th. for the F. E. C. railway here, left that of the conditions which were most Micanoj.y yesterday afternoon, where it Mrs. A. Puckett, of Daytona, who has

Judge Jones left last Saturday for Or- Wednesday afternoon for Fort Pierce, important to consider 'were, first, convenience will be laid to rest in the family cem- been on a visit to her son, P. F.

lando, where he has been holding the where he will have charge of Mr. G. W. of access to all parts of the etery. We extend deepest sympathy to Puckett, and family, returned home

fall term of circuit court for Orange Scobie's fish business. state. the relatives in their sad bereavement.Dr. Saturday.

county, Carpenter N. A. Stumpe left Wednesday This condition St. Augustine entirely Mr. Geo. B. Hall and family, of Se-

:Mrs. Julia B. Gray left yesterday after- afternoon for Fort Pierce, where he fulfills. With unsurpassed railroad con- Moore to Leave Tampa. bastian, after visiting for a couple of

noon for Jacksonville, where she expectsto will erect for Mr. Geo. W. Scobie a large nections with all parts of the state she is Dr. E. T. Moore, the popular young weeks with the family of Mr. E. W.

spend a week or two before opening and roomy building to be used for the in position to say to everybody, "come pharmacist, has retired from partnership Hall, left for home yesterday afternoon.

up her millinery establishment in Titus latter's fish business.Mr. and welcome." in the Diamond Pharmacy, Ybor City,
Messrs. S. W. Carroll, M. F. Gold-
Another consideration is healthfulness
ville. Adhemar Brady and wife, and and the business will be continued by smith and W. E. Goldsmith charteredthe

Our town has had an unusual numberof Mrs. Brady's mother, Mrs. Brown, after and in this St. Augustine can claim a his partner, L. J. Taylor. launch Hyepus one day the first of

drummers present this week which spending a week here very pleasantlywith record hardly equaled by any city in the Dr. Moore, who is a brother to Mr. T. the week for a business trip to Canaveral.Mr. .
It has health for
state. resort
shows that the merchants are stockingup relatives, left for their home at City a V. Moore, of Jensen, and who spent a
centuries. Its climate is as good in sum- on Indian river three G. Cary-Elwes, formerly of Titus-
preparatory to a large Christmas Point yesterday afternoon.Mr. year some years
trade. mer as in winter. Its homes and board- ago, will ;go to Jacksonville with a viewto ville, is now clerk at the Rathbun hotel,

and Mrs. E. B. Wager left Monday ing houses and hotels afford ample accommodation locating, and expects to enter in the Jacksonville. Mr. Elwes was formerly

Mr. J. R. Miot, of Indianola, came up afternoon to join the Florida Press asso- for all at all times.It drug business in that city. i. clerk for the Indian River hotel, this

to Titusville Saturday to meet his wife, ciation, in Jacksonville. From that has none of the objections which place.

who has been spending the summer place the association proceeds to Rich- have been so strongly urged against
I Try W. R. Knox water proof paint, the Mr. Alfred Hadley and family left

months in Macon, Ga., returning same mond for its annual vacation.Mr. commercial-, cities.St. ,. .. ., ,. onlv .r>antthat is strictly water__.n__ proof. Saturday on the sloop Why Not Capt.
afternoon. Augustine is the only city mat about
Simonson for of
Frank Stone a trip a
recently employedhere
There will be a special meeting of the hostler for offers a clean cut business proposition in Moyer-flale. week to Fort Pierce and other points
as F. E. C., but now
board of county commissioners on Monday regard to building the capitol without south.
of Smyrna, was called here Tuesday by to the state. The offer is A very pretty home wedding took
the 15th, in order to transact some any expense Station Agent Jones and family of Cocoa
the serious illness of his wife who -
we place Thursday night of last week at
business of importance brought before to build the capitol and turn it over to on
.said board. are glad to report, is some better at this the people) of the state. Until this is the residence of Mr. F. T. Budge, of Miami j. passed through on Wednesday'snorthbound '
train en route to Indiana
writing.Dr. done the capital is to remain at Talla- when Mr. Jack Mover and Miss
Capt. Ben Hogg has left his schooner, and other points north for a few weeks'
W. W Faris, for two years past hassee.Dr. Stella Hale were united in the holy
L. here for week with much needed rest.
the E. C. Capt.
W., M. of Biscayne Bay lodge, No. 124, Webb then rapidly reviewed the bonds of matrimony, the Rev. Father
Nelson while he has gone to Danville, F. & A. M., has been appointed deputy history of St. Augustine from its earliest Wagner performing the ceremony.The The many friends of Mrs. W. R. Walk

.F Ky., to place his son in school there, district grand master of the grand lodgeof settlement as the first city; founded in residence was beautifully decorated er, Jr., of this place, will be rie\edto

;t leaving Monday. Florida for the 14th district, comprising -! North America to the present timl''and imrmarmer befitting the occasion. learn that she is very ill at Melbourne,

Mrs. A. Carlile, who left here some Volusia, Brevard and Dade counties after reviewing Col. Fletcher's speech, Miss Stella was formerly one of Titus- whither she went about two weeks ago

time ago for Nebraska, mention of whichwas delivered here recently, closed by urging ville's charming young ladies and her on a visit to her parents.

made in THE STAn last week, returned The curiosity eeekers of our town woulddo upon the audience to favorably considerthe many young friends join with THE STAR Married-At Sebastian, on Thursdayof
and will the well to visit the end of the railroad of St. the future in wishing for her life of connubial
Monday spend win cause Augustine as a last week, Mr. R. G. Hardee to Miss
ter at her home in :Mims. wharf where they can see an alligator capital of the state. May Kitching, both prominent
bliss.Mr. young
measuring over nine feet in length and Judue Foster next introduced lIe and Mrs Mover will make Miami
About a dozen members of the holiness was people of the above nlaee. The best
"actually bigger around than I am! which their future home.Itepullicau.
reviewed the have brought
band, who spent some time here last causes wishes of THE Sr.\R are extended.
The monster was captured Wednesdayby in of
about the movement favor the re-
winter, arrived last Saturday afternoonover Mr. Tom Hicks will Master Frank Webber of this place
who probably mojral of the capital from Tallahassee, Speaking. ,
the Sanford branch and are holding ship it north. has been transferred from the branch
and showed that better and suitable
their meetings almost nightly.Mrs. more Hon. M. McFarlane, Republican can run of the F. E. C., where he has been
Mr. and Mrs. Graham, of Hotel Bis accommodations must be provided.
Sims, who resided in Titus'illeuntil didate for governor, and lIon. John M. acting as express messenger, to the run
Miami Considering the candidacy of the several
cayne, passed through yesterday :
Cheney, candidate for congress, arrived between Palatka and East Palatka.
about month when she
a ago, removed -
I afternoon on their way to the above cities he said that if Tallahassee

to :East Palatka, died last week. place, to get their hotel in readiness for should receive a plurality of the votes at Wednesday, addressed afternoon the and people, as per of this appointment Miss Ready, a charming young lady

Tins sad news was received here by letter the tourist season. They were accompanied the coming primary election it would from Illinois, arrived in town Wednesday -
that in the house.
place evening
from her husband to Capt. Rice. by Mr. Louis Cole, well known mean an expenditure of at least opera audience and stopped over night at the Mims'
They were greeted by a large ,
Mrs. G. M. Robbins and little son among us, who is the efficient clerk of $50,000.00, as this amount was asked for a goodly number from down river being I Boarding House, leaving for Fort Pierce

George departed Saturday for Point Cos- the above house. by the Leon county representatives in present. Messrs. McFarland and Cheney I yesterday afternoon where she will teach

well, N. C., where she expects to spend. the last legislature for the purpose of both and the public school! this year.
were speakers were
Mr.1. E. Grnberof, West! Palm Beach
about three weeks. Mr. Robbins accompanied has the sympathy of his friends all along, adding to and repairing the present build. given the undivided attention of their Mr. J. McDonald) and wife, also Mr.
her as far as Jacksonville. ing. If Ocala should receive a pluralityof I L here Satur-
Thursby, passed through
the east coast in the death of his mother,
)Ir. Chas. S. Schuyler returned home which occurred in South Carolina last the votes it would mean an expenditure Indian River band was on hand and day on their way to Indianola, their

from his month's outing/ in the north week. Mr. Gruber had been at her bed of at least 125,000.00; an amount good music was furnished throughout the !home, from New York, where they. spent }
that If
what is offered
Sunday, having gained about 14 pounds side, and returned home, leaving her as Jacksonville equal to should receive by city. of evening.The a most pleasant glimmer, bnt'J\"er\nevertheless -
avoirdupois while away Mrs. Schuyler he supposed much improved and on the the it would a candidates: left on yesterday's glad to get back to Indian river.
1 and the children will be away for abouta road to recovery. The news of her death at votes least 150000.00 mean in addition to what northbound train for Daytona, their next Mr. Jerome T. Feaster returned Tuesday (
month more. was unexpected. I appointment. from :M. Lucie liver, where he went
In either
is offered by that city. case
Mr. J. B. Conrad, of the Bond Lumber Among those from down rivet points this money would have to be raised by I I in the interest of his beef business. lIe

Co. arrived here Wednesday morning Notice. was accompanied by our new candidate
who came up Wednesday in order to be additional taxation.If .
to look after the interests of his hun present at the Republican meeting that St. Augustine should receive a plurality I will be at Fort Pierce Monday, 22nd: for representative, Mr. K. B. Haulerson, 't

ber business and' proceeded to Miami night we noticed the following: R. W. of the votes it would mean not a cent White City Tuesday, 2;;Melbourne: who returned to his home at Fort Pierce a

same afternoon in company with Mr. Goode and wife, Melbourne; G. W. I of expense to the people of Florida, as 24th, for the purpooe of transferring and yesterday.

Frank E. Bond, of the same firm. Holmes, wife and daughter Faustina offer to erect and present restoring voter that want to Dr. })Witt Webb and Judge J. C. R.
u .. ,. ___; our. people} I I :: any: may ; : ;
We wish to call special :attention this Miss Isabelle Burns, Canaveral; Chas. W.I tllemallamlsomerapnOilHllllltng.tocot be transferred. Foster, oi Augustine, arrived last Saturday -

week to the new ad. of Mrs: C. N. Mims: Bolton, Malabar; C. J. Schoonmaker, :: not less than a quarter of million To.M JOHNSON COt KMUTT, afternoon and delivered addresses ;''J

who is now proprietress of the Gray Cocoa; J. L. Wilson, Rock ledge; all returning -I dollars without a cent of expense: by tax- Supervisor of Resist ration.FLACJ in the opera hone! that evening; to a 1

House, on page S. Everyone finds this a : to their respective homes yesterday -: at ioii. lanre audience. We give a short synop-

most popular place to stop: and we bespeak afternoon. I II Therefore, I say to you that a vote for -: run S.U.ICIIII'. sis of their s-peethts elsewhere in these I

for Mrs. Mims a very prosperous! I St. Augustine is a vote against increased I Four acres pine land on which thereare columns: this week.

season. THE WHITE STORE. I taxation. : two building: know as the .Joe Hop Mr. F. T. Budge and family arrived

Mr. L. A. Brady's place in South Ti- We guarantee better goods for less I Comparing the prop itions of St. Angustine kins place) at l'il1t.'thCan be had at a here last night: from Miami, having come 4

tusville has been further beautified this money than any house in the county. and Jacksonville he said that bargain.: Inquire of 1'. S. Titus, Titus- all the way by water in firB's launch,

the erection of a nice fence. W. J. CRAYFORD. the latter city offeied 100,000.00, but ,j ville, Florida. the Capt. Jas. 1'. The children will remain
week by
I did not name any time when the donation -. here with their
is of citizens 1 grandparent! Capt. j
Mr. Brady one our many rou SAM
in continual improvementsand Church Services. would become available. By the ; and Mrs. Piitchard, while Mr. and Mrs. "i
who believe I II [, provisions of Jacksoiuille's proposed;: Lightwood jMVt* for pineapplehed;;:, i 1
to XcYork businessfor
as a result of his push and energy I Sunday school at 9:45 a. in.; preaching ;|: constitutional amendment the seat of:, windbreak and fence postS Write for Budge go on on

has one of the prettiest homes in town. at 7:30 p. in., at the Presbyterian church, !|I: i is removed from TallahasseeI ( !special' prices in car lots. Addiess F. W. a few days, they leaving Wednesday t,

Miss Bessie Bryant, who taught the Oct. 14. John .\. lJl1 lll's. I i j I. government to Jacksonville: as soon as the amendment White, agent; for F. II. Allen, Rowland, afternoon. .j

kindergarten department of the Titus- Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine is adopted and temporary quarters Fla. Three students from Stetson University

vile school last year, arrived here Monday service at St. John's church, Eau are promised for the accommodation of Uor:>'l's For) Sale. have been called by the Baptist "

ready for duty in the same: Gallie next 100; the state's oll .' churches of Brevard county within the .
afternoon ]i I on Sunday : a. m., cers ,
B. aent, ha; moved his :
.1. Ma-'nuler
: last month Mr. Black to Indianola, Mr.
this The little ones were with and also at j OIp. the of St. : ; :
capacity year. I holy communion, : \ By pruision> Augustine r
ale and livery business fiom Sanford -
hop-e! Senterfeit toTitu ville and Mr. Graham V
manifested their
and constitutional
glad to see her m. proposed :: amendment the
very : to < 'Jrlando, and about (ct. :)nl will to LaGranue. Thispeaks well for Stet- i
out in a large body to erection of the building is made :
joy by turning There will be preaching in the Baptist the new from have in a carload of nice Kentucky horse -on. Mr. enterfeit will preach in the .. \

meet her. church, this place, next Sunday, both contingent upon receipt St. Au- and ponie, personally :t-elected.: All letters Baptist church, this place, on Sunday
of cash donation of >
The launch Hyepus, Capt. Dick Glad- morning and evening, and after the 1 gti-tine a a quarter of from parties needing: 1:0011tock ad- next, both morning and evening.
dollars. In other
million words the
win, carried a jolly patty for a ride on morning service business meeting will ; a dre-e to him at Orlando will receive t
I building will not be commenced until :St.::: Mr. 1;. B. Pyles who has; been employed ;
the river Monday night. Certainly a be held to prepare for the association.Mr. prompt attention. Can deliver stock in
more perfect moonlight night could not Senterlitt, of Stetson, will occupy the ': Augustine has paid her monej over to Titusville if de-ired. as express agent here by the i
those I the proper state authorities, and the seat Southern Express Co., for several years .
have been found. Among on pulpit and all are cordially invited to be
Bran- ;jof eminent remains at Tallahassee: I pact, resigned: that position Tuesday ;
board were Mr. and11'8.. L. C. present. GASOLINE E>nI ES.II1ntratfd .
ning Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wilson, Mrs.: :' until the building is completed.No and left for Augustine, where he {
better of good faith could ; folder free. Address W.1'. will duty in the office of the !
Misses Susie Gladwin, W. R. Knox has just sold to a Miami guarantee :jro on F. E.
C. I Wright '
Sallie*Hall, Emma, Wright, Kate Pritch- firm 50 gals. of his waterproof paint. !|I be given the people than this. If the VM nEnwnoHgt.-- ., Rowland----, Fla. C. railway. Mr. Pyles was a faithful : I
is not erected the seat of worker while in Titusville '
building and
ard, Bessie Hall, Aline Brady, Aleph 'I gov- Pure WhNkey 1IAUPKU Perfect Whiskey goes to \
WANTED, ernment will not be moved. the above place well recommended.
I Ills '
Mims, Messrs. N. II. Willahan, D. B. HARPKU 'Every bottle guarantee r i
Pritchard, R. E. Minis, .Jr., A. B. Brown Men to cut cross ties.: Call or write,, Concluding the speaker said that if IIAUPKU.: Sold by F. A. Lesley and R. family expect to join him within a week :

and, of course, Capt. "Dick." i Contractor, Box 200, Roseland, Fla. i jjou want a new capitol building, on I, Motlow, Titusville, Fla. I or ten day Success to you, Ben.o I



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s ; ; GENERAL DIRECTORY' a 'wagon 100.& Wmesaps, Just burst- forces that snail combat the winter. v

ing with excellence, lie thick underfoot Wood is stored Into sheds.In long ranks A ::

, .., SOCIETIES._ETC.TITUSVILLE and the long, slim branches, al- for arctic nights; repairs-are made; Implements

most bare.'of leafage, tell of the coming are drawn to shelter. The

BOARD TEADE-M.. 8. : winter. A board:=with cleats on cattle are fed with more generous -4 4

-.. % -Jones, president; J. M..Dixon, tieasurer J. either side is laid across the wagon hands, and tired horses begin to reap
': Q. Bast, secretary. Meets second Wednesday
;- r ._._ ;: night in each their. rooms. box cushioned with a buffalo robe, their reward. Even the fowls find this
j. and offered -as -a' the boys, for the heyday of life. Hens In crackling
i ,r :F. & A.M.-Indian River lodge, No. 90, holds cider making without children wouldbe gratitude inaugurate the Folk & Co.,:
,t.-' its meetings the second and fourth Friday : laying season Q 1nLE) EI':-! had a severe cold which settled on
-m;I. evenings of each month at the court house. an anomaly. once again and forsake with nature's my h ngs. I' tried a number of advertised remediesand

,; .::, A. A. Stewart, W.1L; F. A.Morgan, Sec'y. ,And that ride to the mill! The distant heartlessness chicks for whom they several physicians, but received no benefit. I was

,' /' .I CHURCHES. forest has, .changed_ from ,deep , forage. The sheep hare gained In despair when Foley's Honey and Tar was recom

> "-. green: to crimson and brown. The once more their woollycoat and.fall to mended, but a few doses gave great relief., I could

,7 ..-t EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Rev.. B. F Brown, hedgerows are swaying ,slightly and recognize, ,the, fleece_ that, .once was, sleep and the hacking cough ceased. Two bottles
; ; K Sector. Services second and fourth Sundays dropping leaves with every motion. cored me entirely. It laved my life.
': in each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. S. F. FRITZ,
The oak trees by the roadside have
; Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a.m. k 677 Sedgwick St., Chicago,BL
painted their foliage a rich wine color,

rf .. ,PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCH-Eev. John A. and the hickory that stands on the .
Sunday school, 10 a. m.;
Hughes pastor.
'line fence row" sends down shelled
?-; Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30, p. m. Prayer :
z, ,. meeting Wednesday, 7:30'p. m. nuts as the wagon passes. Hazel bushes -
told up great handfuls of brown treas '
BAPTIST CHURCH-Preaching at ritusville ii/
ures in wide husks and the
open tempt
second Sunday in each month,morning and r
: evening. ,Prayer meetings every Wednesday boys to desert the apple laden wagon r

i ;: 'k 4 evenl g at 7:00 o'clock. Sunday school for a raid on the thin shelled meats.

.' : every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Indianola on Squirrels are bolder. Frosts have warned
the fovrth Sunday LaGrange on the first & SON.
v ; 1l r B. R. WILSON <
them of
Sunday. E. N. BE BiJ Pastor cheerless days when the j

Improvident must suffer, and they ;;

METHODIST CHURCH.-Rev.J.Mickler, scamper along the brown top rails of .
< :a Pastor. Services first, and third Sundays in
the fences with
? ;I; ;;,;. each month at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; Sunday pouches full of provision
;:; ': school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Ep- ::;:. Weeds have granted a truce Strengthens

worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m.; and erased growing sand stand with

svJi Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p. p
drooping head as if regretting the
*"* Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednes-
m; '
work they the husbandman. CornIs System
day at 3:00 p. m. Everybody welcome. at' ,
maturing. Its tassels have lost their

y& f:, TOWN DIRECTORY. luster and waft withered blossoms to / tM Brain }
: R Body
..':' TOWN OFFICERS. D. Penney, mayor; the soft warm ground. The blades M : : : : ,

:=n -+ L "j"' M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector; have caught the blighting frost: and
' t-5: 0. C. S. Schnyler, clerk and treasurer; John bend their broad, velvety surface In and Nerves.
Henry, assessor; D. L. Gaulden, F. A. Los- v
'o? .0 ley, J.M. Dixon, W. R. Knox, Jno. R. Walker sheer regret. Through the long aislesof r

Jt;" .". ; councilmen. The council meets first the cornfield vagrant breezes stray, FRESH FROM THE PRESS.

: ;.'.'.- Tuesday in each month. and the tall slender maize bows witha
',. 11 theirs. Housewives the
, greet growing
.. ,,- hum of homage and a rustle cf respectful
: COUNTY DIRECTORY. cold with consciousness: of preparation.
applause: that are heard by
Youths look forward to long nights of
: t: COUNTY OFFICERS.-D. L.Gaulden.Titos- the boys on the wagon.
pure enjoyment. Memories of bright
i ,A:. ville, county judge; M. Goldsmith, Titus The roads are level and hard and ,
that glowed in plowing time of favors
A. A. Stewart
ville prosecuting attorney;
Smooth; the dust is heavy and does not
'"" Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Woot- won in June, of bashful greetingsas
rise. The air is clear as an ocean cavern
7 E.W. Hall.
_,_ : en,Cocoa, tax assessor Sharpes. the summer waned-all these comeback
tax collector; John Henry, Titusville, and sounds from the wood drift with Indian summer, and all the ,
t treasurer; J. H.'Sams, Courtenay, superintendent across the brown fields, mellowed but
public instruction; J. 0. Fries, Ti. best of life and love grow brightest as
I audible and over all swings the haze
tusville, county surveyor; J. P. Brown, Ti. the year grows old. The fruits are
tu ville, sheriff; T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange, of glorious Indian summer. Far away gathered and the spoil of summeris MARIAN' WINS
officer. banks of blue smoke hide the outlinesof (
:, registration
., safely housed, and all the earth is atpeace'
the hills, and earth is one mirage of
<, COUNTY COMMISSIONEES.-J E. Walker, in cider making time.T. .;
' ", Titusville,chairman;W.H.Sharpe,Sharpes; E. McGRATH.
Jos. Mendel, LaGrange; Jno. Houston, Eau Boys and bees are about the cider t.J't

Gallie; J. N. Waller, Ankoua. Regular sessions press. The wagon draws up to the
It San Your Life.
are held first Tuesday each month. May Xo other preparation has ever received'
hopper, and the hired man scoops pip-
A dose or two of Foley's Honey and so many voluntary testimonials from 1' .
: COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. )I. Dixon. pin and seedling Into the iron teeth of Tar will prevent an attack of pneumonia eminent people as the world-famous f

Titusville; S. F. Gibbs, Melbourne, E. E. the mill. They e factory made mills grip or severe cold if taken in time. Mariani Wine. . . .

Minis, Bonaventure. now with painted post and cast steel Cures coughs, (cold, croup, la grip, hoarse-

gearings, but at the old fashioned ness, difficult breathing, whooping cough,

.: : farm apples were crushed between incipient consumption: asthma or bron-

t } f-A m mm SEASON o Of f FARM LIFE two great cylinders of wood revolving chitis. Gives positive relief in advanced Gives Appetite, ,

together by means of rude oaken cogs stages of consumption, asthma or bronchitis ,

f y Old Faahlonellethl":: and Modern Way and turned deliberately by a pair of Son. Guarantted. B. II. Wilson & Produces Refreshing Sleep I

of Making Cider. horses that had learned soberness: in ,

the passage of years. The pulp fell in German and Russian have
Special Corresponds ce of The Florida Star. A
, a vat and was shoveled from there into left Taku, it is l leliexed.'for, the purjio-e:: Safeguard Against Mental Diseases.For .

TAKRYTOWX, N. Y., Oct. D.-This is a cone held in place by long willies of of attacking i Shan-Kai-K: van r

-:i rider making time. There is a lull in rye stl'UW.0 one could build a

the farm work. The hurry of harvest "cheese" of crushed apples like the .ld
Torturirg skin burn and
eruption!" !
overworked men, delicate women, sickly children this
,. and the rush and roar of thrashinghave farmer, and the white bnir i'rat: scantily sores are soothed) at once and promptly healthful, invigorating and stimulating tonic has no equal.

passed. September saw the fal- sheltered his brow was bared to the healed by applying DeWitl's Witch Hazel

; low field prepared for grain again. Apple breeze as h<.' heaped up the apples higher Salve, the best known cure for piles,

'.' blossoms passed through unyielding and higher then loosened the pegs beware worthless counterfeitsVilson DOaE-A: small)] wine. lass full Sold by all druggists.:
& Son. three times
t' '? globes of green till the chemistryof .n an upright pest awl allowed the a day. Refuse substitutes.

,r r tme and sunlight, deep dews and weight of a lengthened beam to rest on Ilanr.a has deposed Platt and forced

the cone he had fashioned. Cider came the New York leaders to recognize himas .
gentle winds have filled the wide =_ : ";
i anus r" ::oC-5 -:-:;::: '<. -:_ _:
with a rush from the broad board bottom boss in the state.

of the trees with great stores of luscious and sjwrtul in little streams from LAST SEASON THE EASIEST METHOD OF
crevices in the rye. It was guided Into I Xo other pills can equal Do Witt's Lit We sold a few hundred Universal

V if there is: any poetry in practical barrels: with funnels of wood growing tle Early Misers for Jll"OlIIptnt's'l'I'tainty Railway Bicycle Attachments
introducing a number of them in TRAVELING BY
f' farm Kfo.: this is the season of its clearer ts the long sweep of the lever and elliciency, Wilson A. ion each Stats in the Union. Thisgood BEST

toured the ground and tilling to seed of an excellent product
r satiety In the to authority planted in the fertile soil of an HUMAN
past year, according
the bevies of bees and great bluebottleflies appreciative public has grown so
: that followed its Harvaid, Yale, Columbia, Princeton, to speak, from the infant of yesterday BICYCLE I
receding edge.
**"r "
r"i ; r x' to the giant of today.The POWER
\ Peniishania and Cornell Unixeisities .
xjflTHEOLDCIDMtMILL. The mill Is =
r .. r- usually crowded. Happythe demand this season for
t-:: ;0"t expended &:.4,243: : on athletics. this wonderful machine
boy whose chance of is
:. waiting -- allele Our factory has isunparTRACK Indispensable to Section

.. greatest. He revels a long afternoonin The best method of cleansing the liver ed to its utmost capacity running men, Station-men, Linemen

: r quantities of sweet cider that wouldbe is the use of the fatuous little pills known where night we and have day. sent Nearly one sample every Road Agents,

, a death warrant to a man, eats as DeWitt's Little Early IlNirea: y to machine it has sold hundreds. Is I theRAILWAY Telegraph Ope rat's

:.' turnover pi s, refusing bread and apple take, never ripe, Wilsoji/ & Son.: Our agents have literally coined and Everyone
money. growing flatness
butter and chafes! his fellow through -- enables connected
f us now to give better
, Five native Porte IJicans who are now '
the strange barns and over the fresh vaiue to our patrons. Our productions with a
citizens of Baltimore, weie allowed to are nearer perfectionthan
j. and fragrant hay. He hears the ever-the best =
summons that mechanical RAILROAD.Indispensable .
register in that city'a' "natives by annexation
, to fro at last, and the short day Is skill with long; training in the
j awaiting the decision: of the service can produce. Every one TRACK. to every man
fiuled. He mounts to his wagon-now L court." who rides a bicycle wants a who rites a bicycle.

t empty save for the heavy barrels-and -- --- --- Universal Bicycle Attachment. Makes cycling pleasure the
I ...- rides home .Short Sad Story.A No bicycle is complete' without year rourd, regardless cf mud,
through the
gathering one. --": J;: -J.: .:. "_ ram or sr.ovv.

( twilight. cold. Neglect. Pneumonia. Grief This wonderful device enables a bicycle to be ridden on the rails of any railway track with
beat. Tln Cider making; time is the harbingerof Had Foley's Honey and Tar been used perfect ease and safety.
I\ I rhythmic gathering of ap winter. The ripening corn is .:a'led : this story VVOUK! have had a happier end The Universal Bicycle Attachment can be attached or detached to any bicycle in 3 minutes.
pies appeals to all ones love of as: The weight of the Universal Bicycle Attachrrert is but ten pwds.
beauty. ing. 2i and 50c at B. It. WiNon/ : : tllI'!'.
t:, by the men. The stalks are severed The Universal Bicycle Attachment can be adjusted to any gauge track.
Maiden blushes have hung one cheekto with !great blades of steel and __ h_ The Universal Bicycle Attachment can be telescoped and carried on the bicycle! when rot
" the sun till it flame with riding on the track, and we provide with each machine a carrying case for this purpose.
1, together in shocks whose generous Proof.Tutt's The Universal Bicycle Attachment is ball bearing throughout.
\ red. Hussets are folded tight in ai girth is their only warrant of stability.Great Twenty Years The Universal Bicycle Attachment is rubber tired.
The Universal Bicycle Attachment can be ridden at speed of 25 miles hour
by inexperienced
snug coat of brown too close for per an -
I i J. le- lie-Ids of maize that stood likean Liver Pills keep the bow- rider.It .
.. moral for months to come, and even army of wealth hl':1I''rIu is impossible for the Universal Bicycle Attachment to run off the track as the frcrt wheel
open els in natural is held perfectly rigid by a special oevice.
r'"l the seeding are bending their branches motion and cleanse
J rank have been masked insoli'l squares. The Universal Bicycle Attachment can be attached to either tardem or single wheel, either
with loads of fruit. A little later the fronts! have hardened the ladies or gents.
of all An
l These are the days of the early frost system impurities Baggage to the amount of 125 pounds can be carried on this machine.
'4: I the corn and the wagon; i is driven Into The Universal Bicycle Attachments are furnished in black maroon, blue or olive green, or
: 4 I and the cold air of morning strikes a the field and sent down one row, whileon absolute cure for sick headache, will be nickel plated 70 cents extra.
4 I chill to the very marrow of one's The Universal Bicycle! Attachment provides the easiest method of traveling by humAn power
either: side labors a man huskingthe The Universal Bicycle Attachments are used on
dyspepsia sour stomach con nesny every railroad in the Ur.aea States,
bones. Boys remember the roundabout ears In friendly rivalry of speed Canada and Mexico, and nearly every civilized country on the Globe.

jacket they hung on the rail fence in and leaving the wight on the broken stipation and kindred diseases."Can't CAN THE RAILROADS OBJECT TO THE RIDER -

"" the meadows yesterday while a warm "down row" to catch' Price $15.00.Weight .
'." up if he can. UTILIZING THEIR TRACKS ?
sun filled the air with quhers of scat do without them"R.
Corn is the last
crop gathered. Idyllic The question has been asked can a Railroad Co. recover dam 10 Ibs.
and they wish it were here again. wheat !is safe in the bin. It has run ages for the use of oar machine upon the track should they feel so

Girls hurry through the milking, their the risk of ten months' time, weathered P. Smith, Chilesburg a. consulted disposed. the In best order authorities to answer in these the country.questions properly, we have Attached or

shoulder wrapped in a shawl that was the storms and burned in the sun, writes I don't know how I could with the result that no successful action can\
uN.I' $ detached in
scorned all summer, and gladly return be maintained unless actual:: damage can be ALBlCfCl
and if be
not tieachcrous has yielded ) proven, and the statutes of the different state ATTACHMENT"
ti to the kitchen fire. Breakfast: is britf. f:1irl1'11.. Hut corn is the farmer's do without them. I have had contain proviSiOn a violation of which would PATENT APPLIED FOR, 3 minutes.

but before it is over men are in the firmest friend. result in actual -iarmees. As a legal proposition ?
I'rom June to Octoberit Liver disease for over twenty a railroad is a iuasi-pubiic highway. and j .
orchard shaking the branches with! a lids cumbered the ;ground and in the trave sr thereon is not necessarily a trespasser ""; I \ ;. '

vigor which sends down the fruit in a that brief season has demanded years. Am now entirely cured.Tutt's But in the event cf his being a tres'f. ':;\. V.
constant passer wou.d not reMove the necessity cf f "
; shower. Then all hands heap them !! care, but now that "ragged::; husks proving! actual damages before a recovery r? ''f
: into barrels which are put into wagons reveal the golden grain" it Liver Pills cou:j be rtzi n any case, and the rubber tires .<"- !!'
: gives full of a bicycle might ro.l upon the steel rails' of a c 'H_,:
t ready for the mill. There must be golden payment five times told. It is railroad! for centuries without injuring the -?-; :'.; _.. '"'
fcomewhat: of judgment in the selection heaped in cribs, drinking the air ------------ ---- rails The !hicycleot:: being restricted to any:\ _. .._ -
P :. OTlJ:. particular use may be operated upon the .:..
; of fruit. "Mealy" apples are not wanted through narrow crevices. It is fed to wagon mad as well as upon a rail)'oad, which ;; --f. "
; juicy ones have the call. Not all the stock which finds a home on the To all whom it may concern: makes untenable an action upon any theory Z ::::;;J. ,. ;;:;"=-=::. =-e. .-
than for actual
damages incurred and defeatsa
:. ", must be sweet, but a strong proportion farm and is started away in a tiny Thirty days after this date I will, on In-half claim for injury to track. Some companies would I lead people who are less enlightened

of !some! tart varieties must be inin stream to the great market to make a of the state of Florida (xt cute a tax deed to subject to believe they could impose a fine and imprisonment: in such cases. and have published upon the
': Ida Butner for the following described laud, notices to that effect, but these notices operate only to relieve the
to insure good quality of dtler.j company from liability
:; Fled a part of that problematic "visible i sup to-wit: an accident, and are sent out solely for that purpose. in case of

j The harder winter varieties are not ply." It can always be relied on to North J of south A of Wm. arvin grant. GRAND SPECIAL OFFER CUT THIS OUT and we will aUo'N
I wanted, for their juices are not matured bring some good returnVinter section 37, township! south, raiis 34 and a rehte of : on your !
may 3;; east containing 500 oM for sample machineMail it to us with your order inclosing $$750 for a sample and lrassignoyou:l
and leaves a bitter twang on the kill the wh" acres taxes we wi
at or rust or blight it juston exclusive! territory for the sale of this wonderful machine if the
July 4th, 1898, aimless) Rood cause lIt' shownme territory you ask for has not already
tongue. Ripe fruit Is needed and apples the of harvest but been assigned. This offer rot gooo unless accompanied by $7.50 and a
eve corn as a on or before K-tober 20th 1900 : copy of this advertisement.
why This offer is only made with a view to introduce
our machine
>,. that are far: from toothsome themselves rule comes through; its trials with should not issue said deed.' thoroughly introduced. Place your order to-day Our responsibihty-We territory in which it hat not been

t' ; ; !t.I often make excellent cider. The broad banner flying and pays Its way. ThisSeptemlierSMh, litOO. or banker in New York or Chicago to commercial or any rePUtable refer business you to any house bank in:
[ New York or Chicago.
''', 'j. unclassified "white apple" tree is With the close of cider SEAL ] A. A. STEWART. THE UNIVERSAL
% .:. '. ) making; time Clerk Circuit Court, Car 205 E. Lake St.
.,(\I* ; .," freighted with fruit and yields almost comes. th? gradual gathering. of the Erevan County Fla. Chicago'i

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cOuNTIIss1OKEna' board appointed E. E. Swinson, J. P. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: I

: MEETING Sawtelle and. JtO..Fries to mark, view TOR STATE'S ATTOKNET. Jas. Pritchard & Son:; : I.

and layout the same and make their report ,
: At the solicitation of friends
; Official Account of Their Proceeding In : many : j t
to,this board the first Tuesday in .
throughout the circuit, I announce my- Headquarters. ;
Section, Lat Week. November. self as a candidate for state's attorney; of for. . f .

The board of county commissioners The following, bills were, audited and the.Seventh judicial circuit of Florida,

met Tuesday Oct. 2nd, ,pursuant to adjournment ordered paid: and respectfutlly request the support of

; members present: J. R. Walker J. : the Democrats at the' primary election HARDWARE r
Mendel, county com'r--_-- :-f 4.(() :-
chairman, J. Mendel, Wm. H. Sharpe J. R. Walker, _______ 4.00 ordered for November 6th, 1900. ,

and J. N. Waller, with A.. A. Stewart as W.H. Sharpe ._________ 7.00J.N. JOHN C. Jo "ES. i .

V ;:V clerk and J. P. Brown as sheriff. Walter. __________ 25.40 j FOB STATE'S ATTORNEY.I ....Tinware, Crockery..._ --,..: F '

:_, ,The following business was transacted D.,Cain,' ferryman, _________ 6.00 hereby.announce myself a candidatefor t
B.A. _________
to-wit: Conkling, 6.00J. state attorney of the Seventh judicial STOVES 4

The minutes of the previous meeting .P. Brown, waiting on board4.00 circuit of Florida, and respectfully request ,
feeding dog________... 2.00 > ', n
the of the Democratic
read and support Boat Oils ,
IK'I were confirmed.The ." j .1 01....__.._________ 30.00 voters of the circuit for the place at the Goods, Paints and ,: -
road from '
Banyan to Tropic "
asI janitor---- 5.00 primary to be held on Nov. 6th, 1900. and _
viewed and laid out,was declared a public waiting on circuit court4 00 JAMES D. BEGGS. o
I road. drawing and sum.jury__ 29.00 V

: ,The road from Edgartown to Sanders' sum.special venire_____ 1.80 FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER WOODENWARE.: : : :

f place, as viewed and marked, was declared D. L. Gaulden, salary county judge___ 25.00 At the solicitation of friends I an- :
!Goldsmith prosecuting attorney 33.33A. myself candidate for '
nounce as a county .
1. a public road. Write for %
A. Ford, game and fish warden_____ 40.00 j commissioner from district No.1,' and prices. '
t' The road from White City, as viewed A. A. Stewart, accountant15.00
; respectfully ask the suppost of the Dem- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
f. and laid out, was declared a public road. clerk and auditor to bd., 111.50 ocratic voters of Brevard county. Box 212. '

.j' The road from Jennings place to W. -" bal. sales________ 1.20 CHAS. H. NAUMAX.

\ F. Richards' place, as laid out and Titusville Electric Light Co._________ 9.60J. .
Dr. S. W. Carroll. W. E. Goldsmith.
f viewed was declared a public road. Mendel, copying minutes__________ 5.00 FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.By .

I The road from Mosquito lagoon to In- I C. H. Walton, printing________ _______ 7.00 request of my friends I hereby announce CARROLL & GOLDSMITH

dian river viewed and laid T. T. Wetmore, ice ________________ 1.85J. myself as candidate for county ,
as out, was
Henry co. treas. ___________ 157.95T. commissioner of Brevard county, for district -
declared a public road.A J. Coekshntt, registration officer____ 10.41J. No. 1, and ask the support of my Staple and Fancy GROCERIES

permit was granted to James Dodgeto B. Sereven, mdse.for jail___________ .50 friends at the coming primary election,
carry a Winchester rifle, No. 10077 J. R. Walker, ________,- 1.00 Nov. 6th. --- ..-

caliber 44. Pauper list._________________________ 140.00 GEO. B. GARDNER Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, I Titusville Florida.
The cost bill of the,extra sessign of the J. 0.Fries, supt. of roads___________ 81.40C. Tin, Glass_-_ -and--- Crockery no< Ware. I ,
This is the when mothers
circuit court, amountiug to $13.50, as D. Flood road work, 1st dist_______ 2.00J. alarmed on account season of it is quickly are We solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to. "
C. Mendel horse hire _______ croup;
: paid out by the clerk of the court, was cured by One Minute Cough Cure, which
examined and approved. C. H. Nauman, lumber and road work, children like to take Wilson & Son.NONCE Y
1st dist_____________________________ 4.00J. E. L. BRADY & BRO. I
: It is ordered that R. A. Conkling be ,
Coward, bridge at Six: Mile creek,
: empowered to fix up the lighter at Turkey 1st dist______ ___________________ 3000J. OF f ELECTION.To
i creek and put the same in good condition W.Griffis| acct con. 4,1st dist______ 125.00 .

with as little expense as possible. C. B. Sanders,! 5, 2nd ______ 400.00 In Groceries Grain and Hay

'. As there appears no objection to declare R. J. LaRoche, 10, ______ 75.00 the Sheriff of Brevard County,of the Stateof ,

: the road from Mims to S. Ellis' Town of dui e, share of road tax Florida: AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS .

house to be again a public road, the 1899, 2nd ______.-_____________ 184.89 BE IT KNOWN THAT I, JOHN L.
T. A. Robinson,acct. con. 12, 3rd dist.. 20 00 CRAWFORD, secretary of state of the state We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusivelyin i
same is hereby declared a public road. E. E.Swinson, 14, __ 5000 of Florida, do hereby give notice that a the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on
On motion the report of C. F. Conk. __ Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO.,TITUSVILLE, FLA.Dealers .
Chester&Cresson" 13, 500.00J. GENERAL ELECTIONwill
ling a justice of the peace, having collected A. Booth 16, __ 175.00 be held in Brevard county, state of Flor-

V ?:0.00 and turned the same over I II I. Bond Lumber Co., lumber, ._ 5.27 : ida, on Tuesday next succeeding the first R. L. MOTLOW Dealer
to the county treasurer, the same was examined Town of Cocoa, share of 1899 tax, 3rd Monday in November, A. D. 1900, the said in tFINE -

and approved.It dist________________________________ 139,78 :Tuesday being the
is ordered that J. Mendel inform all C. E. Stewart, road work, 3rd dist_____ 4.00 SIXTII DAY OF NOVEMBER,

justices of the peace, section 2, l laws of B. J. Stewart, horse hire and road work For four (4)) presidential electors. WINES BRANDIES WHISKIES

make 3rd dist________ ____________________ 6.00 :For one representative of the Second con- ,
to a
1893 that are required
they W. W. Wittfeld, road work, 3rd dist6.00 gressional district of Florida, in the Fifty-

full report of their actions of every monthto K.Gore, road work, 4th dist__________ 10.00S. seventh congress of the United States. AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
commissioners.J. For of the state of Florida.
the board of county F. Gibbs, acct. con. 18, 4th dist____ 50.00 governor
For of state of the state of Florida
X. Waller was appointed a committee R A. Hardee. 21, 5th ____ 50.00 For attorney secretary general of the state of Florida. Special attention given to mail orders. TITUSVILLE AND COCOA. FLORIDA.
collect the amount of the note of ____ _
to J. T.Bevill, 23, 200.00 For comptroller of the state of Florida. '
the town Titusville that they owe to E.C Walker, 21, ____ 50.00 For treasurer of_the state.of. Florida.. Bond
Lumber Co.
Brevard county. Walker, road work, ____ 6.00 For superintendent of i ublic instruction of I.
The road of T. J. DeSteuben andJ. J.RMaddon, ____ 4.00 the state of Florida.
report TJDeSteuben" ____ 4.00J. For commissioner of agriculture of the state On hand and Constantly Arriving,
received and acceptedand
Maddon was
of Florida.
N. Waller,asst surveyor, ____ 6.00
n( tices ordered to be posted accord- For one justice of the supreme court of the LUl\I.IBER. U N
J. }I. Orrel, road work and building of Florida.

ing to law. culverts, 5th dist___________________ 51.50 state For one railroad commissioner for the state Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work Balusters, Newel Posts, ;
As it has been proved to the board of A. C. Dittmar, lumber,Sth'dist________ 10.92J. of Florida. Bean, Orange Cabbage and Tomato Crates,

county commissioners that Mr. H. B. .S. Keene,road work, 5th dist______ 3.50 For state senator for Thirteenth senatorial Brick, Lime, Cement Etc.
Howard has placed a large quantity of' J. P. Brown, feeding prisoners________ 82.40J. district of the state of Florida. ,
____ __ For one member of the house of representatives Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver
in Sebastian river just above the P. Brown, crim. pros ____ __ 28.10A. the river.
logs anywhere on Call on us or send in bill. We will serve right.
of the state of Florida. your you
thus endangering the safety of A. Stewart, ______ _______ 5.88
bridge, For county judge. Be n.d
said bridge in case of high flood, it is resolved The board adjourned to meet again in For clerk of the circuit court. > Lumber Co.

that said H. B. Howard be ordered special session October 15, 1900. For prosecuting attorney.For S. G. VANLANDINGHAM Manager,
sheriff.For :
to remove said logs at his own ex- tax assessor. USvi11e.. : F1orida..

I ense and be held responsible for any "For three days and nights I suffered For tax collector.For .
damage to said bridge caused by these agony untold from an attack of cholera county treasurer. J. U. WALK7R. J. II. SWAIN '
morhus brought on by eating cucumber For county superintendent public in- {) '4
have been removed.
logs until they l ,," M. E. Lowther clerk of the struction.For .
says ,
The road report of J. 0. Fries and C. district court, Centerville, Iowa. "I county surveyor. THE FAll DISPLAY .f

I). Flood was received and accepted and thought I should surely die, and trieda For justice of the peace in and for the following

notices ordered posted according to law. : dozen different medicines hut all to no No. one justice No.districts two No., viz three.: No. four No. is. ready for inspection. -We- t 1 ( V

The road report of J. 0. Fries, B. J. purpose. I pent for a bottle! of Cham five, No. six, No. seven, No. eight No. nine, have; reason to led proud of !

Stewart and C. 11. Stewart was received berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea No. ten, No. eleven, No. twelve, No. thirteen, the assortment ofDflY I ..r
and accepted and notices ordered posted Remedy and three doses relieved me en- I No. fourteen. No. fifteen No. sixteen, No.
law. tirely." This remedy is for sale by B. R. seventeen No. eighteen No. nineteen, No. COO OS !
according to
Wilson & Son. twenty, No. twenty-one. No. twentytwo.For .
The roul contract and bond of T. II. constable in and for the following just-

Richardson for contract No. 12 was ac Amtlst!; Smith died at the Hotel Arno ice districts viz: etc, shown. The prepara- ::\
No. one, No.two, No. three, No. four, No tions to supply your needs ,1
cepted. quarters, Tampa, recently from poison five, No. six, No. seven, No. eight, No. nine. have been made on a scale :, a t ,;
The objections filed by the Protestant; administered by her own hand.It No.ten, No. eleven, No.twelve, No.thirteen, of unusual lavishness! and we ---
Episcopal church at Eden against a No. fourteen. No. fifteen, No. sixteen, No certain that ".
of road was this day Happened In a Drug Store. seventeen, No. eighteen. No. nineteen. No are our offerings \
change county twenty. No. twenty-one. No. twenty-two. and the prices at which we
withdrawn.The "One day last winter .a lady came to For three members of the county board of sell will! be fully appreciated. I I .
bond of W. II. Cn 5..on for notary my drug store and asked for a brand of I public instruction. JOHN R. WALKER & CO. i t
public was examined, l and approved cough: medicine that I did not have into'k The attention of the sheriffs is called to the # : Aci
the ," says Mr. C. R. Grandin, the : law requiring them to cause a notice of the ----- .-- -
Smith placed pauper
Win. popular druggist) of Ontario, X. Y. She said election to be published in a newspaper ,
list at $3.00 per month. was disappointed i and wanted to know printed in the county, if there be a paperin ""Q THAT is ,
The road report ui superintendent of what cough preparation I could recommend. the county; if there be no paper publishedin
the county they shall cause at least five "
roads was received, examined and ap I said to her that I could freelyrecommend copies of this notice to be posted in the, most Our Specialty !

proved.The Chamberlain's Cough Remedy public places in the county.In i s5 ,
county judge; made his monthlyreport and that she could take a l hoUle of testimony whereof I have hereunto set

of licenses i issued dm inj:the monthof the remedy and after giving it a fair trialif my hand and affixed the great seal G. M. DAVIS & SON i.
which was examined and she did not find it worth the money { L'S } of the state of Florida at Tallahassee 4 .
September to bring back the bottle and I would :....:.- the capital, this the 1st day of Ul3'I
approved. made his monthly refund the price paid. In the course of a'' September, A. D. HKM. t Rl ..IAt>1 PALATKA, FLA
The county treasurer JNO. L. CRAWFORD: kl. -I
day or two the lady came back in company
different funds of the Secretary of State. .l31f '
report on the examined and with a friend in need of a cough To J. P. Brown, Sheriff Brevard county. )$' Write for delivered prices. I
county, which was ap medicine and advised her to buy a bottleof
.1. N. Waller and Win. II. Sharpewere ----
proved. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I ---- -- -- '

appointed a committee, to destroythe I consider that a very good recommendation "SearchLight"BICYCLE Take

warrants turned over by the treasurer. for the remedy." It is for sale by Your FIRE INSURANCE with C. S. Schuyler, 1

The committee having dune to were dis- B. R. Wilson & Son. LANTERNS.

charged. The treasurer also had a certif- Agent foMhe Hartford i tna Liverpool and London and Globe
his showing
icate attache.1 to report
the balances were deposited in the Indian Bid for opening a third class road running u Home, Continental, Providence & Washington, Fire-
bank. from the point where the Eau Uallie road Every one knows our Oil Lantern. man's Fund, and Sun Mutual.For .
River State leaves New Haven avenue to the north In- .
31r M. C. Johnson was dropped from dian field, including the necessary bridgesand further information, rates, etc., address or call on C S. SCHUYLER. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

the pauper list. fills as the road has been laid out and BURNS GASSIGHT -- --
11 tn. Davis, a pauper, hall his month declared public will be accepted by the chairman
from 0.00 to $S.OO of the hoard of county commissioners on ...
raised I
TVOP ly allowance month.. or before 12 cluck at noon Nov. Ttli, 19UO. ':SEARCtt fIGB IGE
1" The protest of C. O. Jam 'ck against; : I ()TlC";. '. : '
received and tilt-d. -
Jensen was ..
road to -
I.aud Office at Gainesville, Fla., .
Petition of T. I I. LeTourneau, et. al., to AS GOOD AS THE BEST
Tick Ridge road, ""' ""' .... IN'11Lt1 JUVE1! ICE MANUFACTORY T.
Manufactured Ee ooaE
open road known as Notice is hereby} given that the followin -...... the ,
was received and referred to superintendent I named settler has filed notice ( f his intentionto ; Special attention paid to packing for family use and shipped to any station on the East Coast
of roads to take such action as he make final proof in support of his claim railroad or by steamboat on Indian river.
V I and that slid proof will be made before clerk rrt -
may deem nece ary. circuit court at Titusville. Fla.. on November10th
It was ordered that :300 be transferred 19tJt). viz: Arthur Franklin of Canaveral \ GEO. N. HATCH : : ;: :
from the fine and forfeiture fund to the !| ], Fla.. homotead .:J;':H. for the l lots 1 and ,
fund. :1, 2, MTtion 2(5( township 23: south range 37 east.
feeding prisoners that the interest He names the following\ witnesses to prove Dealer in
Whereas, it appears his continuous resilience upon and cultivation General Merchandise
will be subserved by a mod- ; Wilson, Frank M. .
vii. Henry
of the public I i of said land ---- -
fication of road contract Xo. :23: so as to \Vilsou,11'illiaui Pnietorius, I' J. Thompson, yOur consisting of everything....... -

making of corduroy over certain :! of Canaveral, Fla. usually kept in a ROCKLEDGE, FLA.
the ;
allow W. U. KOBIXSOX, Register -
of the 7 mile slough insteadof ; -- first-class general store.....
portions ::
S I\.: 0l: : surmG.unsan ---- -
embankment, as the contract now provides O .t.t. .t Gas Lantern -

for; and it appearing: that such. Bears the the Kind Yau Ha.e always 80ugblSignature difficulties -

consented to by heretofore to lanterns
modification has been #-I-# common -

the contractor, it is therefore ordered of burning acetylene.An Send your Job Printing to The Star Office
that such modification be allowed under - -----

_, stipulation to be fixed by the superintendent M. I). I.. DODSON( Innovation

of road*. The "Wishbone" Bracket.

The list of polls collected by the collector Dentist.

during the month of September Office at residence first door south of the The Bridgeport Brass Co.,

was examined and of approved.a road from Ratio|( county at jail.greatly Only reduced first prices.class work, Bridgeport, Conn. We tin you Up-to Date Printing at lowest prices.
In the
snake tap to the F. 1:. C. railway, the TITUSVILLE, FLOIUD.I .\. NEW YORK CITY. -""--



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:THEMEMOkMLBRIDGEr- ments of the composition and" those Whether the nation's colons, when'

tthleh ,relate:-exclusively tov,"aesthetic they! reassemble,herein December*will Florida East ast Ry..

: i" motives,'to ignore such a feature of,ttie be inclined to 'favor this great undertaking -

.Residents. of. National, Capital More Hopeful work.Iodeed- ,to,have Ignored' it would upon which residential Washington -
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I -,. of?te Cosstrnctlon. have been:to incorporate in the composition has set its heart I am unable to .
-r -( adirect tntri1th. SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down.) In Effect Sept. 6,1WO. (Bead Up) NORTH BOUND.
Having apparently
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Special cpirespondence of The Star.- say, the prospects are
..Florida. therefore the J imperative condition of'a favorable than have m No.l1 No.i19 o.I3I" No.nI No.3! o.o tEJ
WASIIISGTON bOut more they DaUy Dally pat'1: No. 28. STATIOYS. No. 2S. Daily Daily{DaUy ......
Oct 9..- this season distinct structural feature at :the most been before. The construction of a y. CI) exBu _e SuCD. ==

of the year-six or eight weeks.before prominent ,portion,.of the entire' con- bridge across.the Potomac extending s.... I .. 45p5p t. Lv........Jacksonville .....!_ Ar 'SOp 1011 & ....... ._
the opening of the winter session struction D eI1 In the center of the n ...... 515p 11 lug Ar..,.... St. AUgust1n8.Lv 62Up V06a ...... t3C
; from the Naval observatory grounds to ) ...... 52Op 1l1 LT......St Au(118tine..Ar 615p V Oa ...... ,
of congress_there, is pretty apt to be a river-the correct principles,of art require some point in Arlington would open up = ...... 557p IU9a ....;.....Hastings..Ly 540p( 829a. t:1o 0
a ...... 612p 1200p Ar.n..East PaIatka........ 8l2a Oh
revival of the much + S25p .
p .....
projectfor that it should be utilized for suchJrnate' n much needed line of communication ......
the Memorialbridge .. .co,, ...... fup 12&p a.r...!.......PaJalka..Lv iil/Jp Aa ....,. .w... .
; building of the expression as_ the,motive of the between the city of Washington and -. Joe ...... UOp 11408 Lv..Palatka.s..Ar U5p 835a .._. C"t0 U1

: h'one day. and that a, not is intended to give' the National cemetery and the adj. tt.2--004-CI) ;. ... .7 Rip -..... Ar..San Mateo..Lv 6 .:.a -O.r:3...... t=
far distant all e= P 655a Lv......... San Mateo.........Ar 735p ::s
day, :
Washingtonians The Memorial Indicated cent while could E-4 ..
bridge by Or
country nothing ::::: ::::::; :::::; p m
E-4 ..... 615p Ain Lv.......Fast Palatb..Ar 81Ja..... .
523p P
hope to see'span the Potomac. The bO :
revival the plans, will be almost threequartersof more fitting as a memorial 'to the lofty 14 ...... 1t.'P 126p ..............OrmoDd..Lv 40'p: 64a: ....... 0 AO
of Interest In the project Is here a mile between the abutment walls sentiment American patriotism thr a.m ...... 155p 13'ip .;.........Daytona........., .. 5SIp 6S1 ...... 0 j F'I tIItt.2
promptly on lime and there to ..... 803p Ui'p .......:Port Orange....... 34lp 6218 ...... 1" t,1 f
'seems and composed of six arch spans over the erection of such a magnificent r fI1;; E a.500a 8 2i p 210p ........New Sm1.rna......;: to SOp 600& 2'53p 0 tQ... I
be quite an abounding faith that the the river proper and 27 approach spans. structure as is outlined in the'plans of 553a ...... 233p ...........Oak mn........... Boop ...... 233p ::s c1' L.... 'I(
soon to wilt'uk'l' m 630& ...... 300p ..........Titusville........... U .... IMp p' j: !.
congress convene ; up The roadway surface will be Co feet the Memorial bridge between the capital *1! .B :::: ...... ...... 339p : .........CijPoint........... : ...... ...... ;.
the subject and provide the 'funds to above the water. The span of each of the nation and the city of its F+1 tI.2 .. ... ...... S46p .:..........Cocoa .. ... ... .. ...... 0 {
start the work. It will: be recalled that r fI1;; m 4 ...... .. ..... S50p ..........Rockled e.......... 25p........ ...... ... td:.. .
river arch will be nearly as long as the heroic dead. Its broad roadway and M o604 0 ...... ... 4 xp ..........Eau Gallie.......... ...... ....... .aq...... >
a resolution fa"orlng'tb appropriation lougest arch span of any bridge in the spacious promenades would constitute, ya.. ...... ...... 49p! ........Melbourne.: ......... to ...... ...... (b tQCD
of $200,000 for the ...... .. 504p ...........Roseland........... 1226p ...... ...... p' 02...... Op .
beginning of the world. Speaking of the magnitude of with the tributary avenues at either ..-...'. m ..... ...... .509p U .......... "'" bast' .......... 12p....... ...... .Q.... ND2 ...-. :t .
work was passed by the senate at itsTRANSVERSE the proposed bridge, It may be interesting {end one of the most beautiful and impressive :: ...... .. 538p .......... St Lucie.- 11318 ...... ...... ... = :
...... ...... 605p .........Fort Pierce......... 11 OH t-3
to compare It with some other boulevards In the world. 0 ....... ... 6 i1p II ........... Tibba ........... 11 "COE
famous bridges. The Alexander III SAMUEL HUBBARD.It ........... 631p U ........... Eden ............ It o. .
tI.2. ...... ....... 6a3p ...........Jensen ......... 5a.-.
bridge in Paris, an arch formed of .... m ...... .. 645p .. ............8tuart.. ......... 10 y
steel castings thrown across the SeineIn is well to know that DeWitt's Witch o .............. 11ip: ..........HQ.e Sound........ 10
Hazel Salve will heal burn and the is ..... ... 7225p ........ Mitt Jupiter........ 10 0M
the exposition grounds and about a stop Cd........ ... .8\tp" ......WestPalmBeach...... 9 a...... ...... =
i Il which much has been written in admiration pain at once. It will cure eczema and EoC S ...... ...... Sr.'v .......... Boynton .......... 9 0'a ............. p,
skin diseases and ugly wounds and sores ::: .........k, 836p ............ Delray ......" 853a ..... ..... .. .
Is really a toy structure in com- It is certain counterfeits tI.2 tI.2 ...... ...... 9t.p .....Fort Lauderdale...... ...... ...... = I
a cure for piles, -== ........ .... .. It ,,71'Ja. .1. '
I parison to the Memorial bridge in ...... ..... IOOjp .LemonL'ity. .. ..... ..... P'
l -r -- Washington. So, too is the historic may be offered you, see that you get the fI1;; ....._ ..... IOl5p Ar. .. ..:. .Miami.: ... ... ...Lj Ira ... ... ......
original DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, Buffett Parlor Cari on Trains is-} and ,a
Tower bridge, in London. The Alexander i Wilson & Son.
I II II III bridge has a clear span of I Betwee:1 Jacksonville Pablo Beach and MaY' ort.JT .

Ij I only a little more than Hi spans of N .-. ..,0."'"- Vo.h No 1- Yo Iii ...0.I..,.."r,0."'J.",.
j I Sun sun Daily Daily STATION baily Daily Sun
& any single river arch of our bridge. In only only ex Su ex Bu ex Su only

I other words the arched portion of the 630p 51itp!815a Lv. ...............Jackollville.: ._.............Ar 7fia 5oJp 6Jp638p
Memorial will be than ten '7T 41t, 20ip 5J33p: 823aAr. .............So. Jackonvillo..Lv 737a 45p: 552p.....
bridge more .1p 233p 6"."}Pdu.L ...............P a bl 0 voBC.: .......... 110 423p1 5'23p ......
: n nz times as long as the span of the great 700p 3(01) 63h915.\ .'\ It ......... .. ...Iarport.: .... ........... 645a 40'Jpl, 500p ......

Paris bridge.As Between New Smyrna and Orange I Between Titus.ville and SanforcI.
designed the Memorial bridge will
City Junction. ''No.1li srrAT1O S. Noll
be a decidedly ornate structure yet
y --.1; TAT10S 'ij5II:L v........... Titnsville..........Ar hip3ipLv. ;
some of the chief elements of its com- .. .... ..New tmyrna.......Arl65up ........... .Mims..Lv 1l2p436p1
position will be simplicity and grand ....... ..Lake hTelen.Lv 54up 11&\1.. ............Ostt'f'D............ 1151a454p
...... .Orange L'ity.. ...... .. 524p ) ..........Euterprisu......... 1135a
I eur. There will be a vast amount of 500pAr ...Orange:: City Junction. 15p'' ...........anford........... ll00a

statuary and carving on and about it. All trains between New myrna and Orange ;All trams between Titusville and Sanford
The great river arches with all their City Junction daily extent Sunday. daily: except unday.

impressiveness, and the long series of These''lme''ables show the times at which triL1DHnay IJH'XmJcteJ. to arrive and depart
SECTION SHOWING BASCULE, from the several stations but their arrival or departure at the time stated iJ not guaranteed -
PIER AND TOWER. beautiful approach arches will be ad- nor does the Company hold itself responsible, for any delay or DY consequences arising

last session and that a like resolution mirably adapted for the reception of TIIADE MARK therefrom.

only lacked a very few votes of passing such emblematic figures statuary and Peninsular and Occidental S. S. Co.
the house. The matter however carvings as may be suitable to ;give: it

was agitated in the closing days of any desired Intensity of expression as BALKE'SLIVE CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. 1

congress, when there was not sufficient a memorial of American patriotism. HAVANA LINE. .

time or opportunity to bring before all These embellishments need not necessarily Leave Miami Tuesday*.............11.03 p. m. Arrive Key West Wednes'lays.....;11.03a.m. '
members of the house either the propriety be given to the bridge at the OAK Leave Key West Wednesdays ...... 8.30 p.m. Arrive Havana Thurs hays, ........ 5.U a. m.
............10.40 Arrive .......
time of Its construction, but could be Leave Havana Thursdays a. m. KeyVet Thursdays. 5.30 p. m.
of erecting a suitable memorial Leave Key West Thursdays........, 6.:;{)p. m. Arrive Miami Fridays... ........_... &30 a. m.
to American patriotism at the national added from time to time in the futureas

capital the necessity of such a struc- historical events and epochs in the KEY WEST LINE. -

ture or the adaptability of the proposed history of the country might;:; require. Leave Miami Fridays...............11.00p.m. Arrive Key West latnrdays.........11.00a.m.
plans. The effort to secure the The plans provide for many pedestals WHISKEYSOFTENED Heave Kev West riuninys........ .. i.3Q u. m.rrlfe Miami Monday' .. .......... 6.jl'; a. m.
along the entire course of the struc- Passengers for Havana can leave Miami Fridays ll.oO p. m.'arriving Key We; Saturdays
appropriation was therefore lost by avery 11:OJ: a. in., and remain in Key Wet until 9.-OJ p. m. Sunday following, and at that time leave
narrow majority and it was then ture, where could be placed from timeto BY ACE on the MeamOiip "Olivette," arriving: Havana Monday morning.

understood that favorable action was time statues of patriotic Americans For eonv of local time card address any Agent.

until the of whose deeds of valor shall deserve rec- -- ,
delayed only Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition.
in December. ognition. !
congress DIRECT LINE.
: Some changes have been made in the examination of the entire design I '' ..

plans recommended and approved by shows that the composition of the I Is the best and purest ...QUICK TIME

the chief engineers of the United States bridge as a whole and in its several I Rye Whiskey sold SOUTHERN -TOWASHINGTON-

army and by the secretary of war. The parts is dictated by the requirements

.width of the bridge has been made 84 of the situation and that it possessesthe in the South.R. ,

feet, thus providing a roadway GO feet essential qualities of good engineering BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,

wide and promenades on either side and attractive and substantial F. BALKB & CO. f
architecture. Proprietors, NEW YORK, ff
each 12: feet in width. There has also Masonry constructionhas ...
been some change in the detail of the been chosen on account of its more CINCINNATI, U. S. A. : CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE,

bascule span, between the memorial monumental and enduring qualities.! Orders mailed to our bead office will be ATLANTA
towers which furnishes the movable The cost, it Is assorted, will be no more filled from our nearest accredited distributor, ,

than if st'elYerl used for the super- ,--- BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS
part of the structure for the aceomuio- ,

dation of navigation. This bascule structure. The portion over the river Wood's Seeds. CHATTANOOGA,

opening is placed in the center of the proper requiring free passage for the R A It WAY ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY .
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river the channel naturally necessarily current and for ice in winter, will be HOW TO GROWBermuda f

taken by vessels pushing: either of comparatively open construction, And all Points East and West

way across the line of the bridge. It consisting: of graceful segmental arches Onionsprofitably ,

,consists of two parts formed by dividing of long span. .

that portion of the structure between The most impressive feature of the I and satisfactory. Full information CJ NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS t) ;
the memorial towers the bridge and that which will be most giving the experience of practical growers if SERVICE LIKE THIS.
center -
contained in Wood's Descriptive Fall Catalog ,
of the span. Each leaf of the bascule expressive of its memorial characterwill just issued. This Catalog also tells about all
be the towers at the central Seeds for Fall sowing and contains much useful S
is hinged on a large horizontal spanor and valuable information both for Truckers THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS,

shaft at the base of the memorial tower bascule. These pierced towers or and Farmers about crops that can be grownin Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. \'
and is tI us concealed in the masonry arches transverse to the b/;tlge, will Write the for Catalog mailed free upon request.

but is so placed that each half of admit of a very monumental treat THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, j

the bascule may at any time be raisedin ment. They will form two triumphant T, W WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. ,

a YC'rtleal11ositlon alongside the face archways elaborately ornamented and RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.O. "t

of the tower. There is no other deviceof THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, J

forming; a movable portion of abridge W. CONNER, Via Jesup. .i
for the accommodation of navigation !-
with results so ;graceful or satisfactory j, J I 11 t 1 I / ., 1 1 11 Grower of Orange and Grape Fruit Trees, .
as the bascule. The ordinary Both Budded and Grafted on Sour Via Jesup.
Orange and Rough Lemon Roots.Ockliiwulu .
draw span or swinging; ;: span revolvesin Florid
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a horizontal plane about a vertical s Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room >'
To our patrons and those contemplating lant Sleeping Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Cars. '
axis. It not only occupies a large ing on'iige, grapefruit anti lemon groveson 1
amount of horizontal area but is always __ the east coast :
inartistic, however carefully It We wish announce that our grafted and Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, 0., s

may be designed.; It is therefore gratifying mdded trees promise fair to lie much better via Asheville, N.C., and Knoxville, through "THE LAND OF THE SKY." -,
that the beauty of the structurewill RIVER SPANS AND TOWERS OF MEMORIAL than ever before, and we would urge themto
UKIDGE. place their orders for trees before the fall
not be marred by the ordinary rush, and in that way be sure of getting ex- Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated .
drawbridge. rich in (detail although in harmony actly what they want both as to size and in Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville. \

In the revised plans the lower chordsor with the severity and grandeur of the variety.We t
great bridge structure of \\hich they lia 'e a full line of orange and grapefruit -
lower lines of the bascule openingare form a part. flight heroic group are trees, including Walters, Boeu, Marsh SUMMER EXCURSION TiCKETS at Very Low Rates on Sale Ji! ,< :1 1 to Sept 30,1 900 .
made curved closely resembling an Seedless, Jocylen. Triumph and Florida I
arch. This curvature, although somewhat to be placed against tliexe! archways Seedling Grapefruit; Parson Brown. Hoino- For rates, schedules and information, call on or address

similar to that of the arches isyet emblematic of such subjects a>> patriotism sass, Pineapple Seedless Majorca. Jaffa, W. T. COSBY, T. P. A..
concord etc. Th'sewill Ruby St. )Michael Maltese! Straight. Madame
valor unity
212 West Bay Street.Jacksonville .
made of different degree :su as to Vim', Paper, Rhind, Turdiff and's
Involve the element of truth that the be of meat size amid elaborate Mediterranean Oranges, and for novelties we J. M. GULP W. A. TURK b. H. HARIAVICK t

bascule Is. strictly speaking; not nnat'l'h. composition and are to be execute In have the Tangerine Satsuma Kiiiuquit, Traffic Manager, ( t'D. Pa.s. Agt.. ASst. Gen ('as..tgt., \

but the treatment is such as to stone. '1T" spandrelof the arches: Washington Navel and Mandarin Oranges.OUr Wa-hington. I). C. WII..hinton. T) P ":".:'=.oli.a. <,8.. I IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
emblmalic trees wi 1 be ready for delivery by the
will be fitted with subjects
give un agreeable and harmonious effect first of September, but \\e advi-e November t tc
in its relation to the entire struc of the anuy and the na\y. On the and December planting;; as trees planted at I'c
ture. sides of the tower will be placed that time, are in the best possible condition\ Gardeners and Truck Growers WILL SAVE MONEY AND MAKE BY SUYlNaC

shields and plaques inscribed with the being perfectly dormant.
Speaking of the location of the me- will for it
sjldU'i's It lilY you to wait our stork a> c
of battles wlH'rllll'rk:1Il -
morial towers and bascule I'u;iueer names is mostly on i 5 year old stock, and by November << FOR
Burr of the board of award says: "It have distinguished; themselves;, will be from 5 to 7 fret tall and will c a .5 U L d
anti the whole will be crowned with caliber from Hoi inch in diameter: and all c '.
has been suggested in some quarter \
brouz" figures of Victory heroic in our grafted trees will he fully brandied and
that it would have been more appropriate more than equal to any two year bud in the c C ';

and advisable to place the memo- size.The state. C .
monumental and memorial character Our grafts were all cut from bearing trees
the most prominent features -
rial CC
of the bridge will be further carried and came out full of fruit liNt growth this CC NTINOGENVIXE
of the entire work at either
out along the entire length of the spring and we have saved several specimens
end of the structure. This suggestion, of fruit for exhibition to our visiting cus- c
serious if l'lallwu, where bronze statues of cel tomers. : BEEMTDA ONION SEED AND MT-. V\IKNTTMJ. :' D RFH '..:1': BRASS,
however arises from a
l'hrntetlwt.'l'kans are to be placed on We invite correspondence and careful inspection C MATOHIFS-S AMJ MONRV-MAKEP TuM *tu. hi KM ;
to the '
not complete misconception as either side. The sculpture and ornaments of our stock. C EVERYTHING FOR THE SUMMER AND FALL GARDEN.
character and purposes of the work. carried Yours very truly will if the plans are
The bascule, or movable part of the THE OCKLAWAIIA NURSERIES. : ff Largest Combined Seed and Nursery House in.' South. '
bridge, is by the imperative necessityof out. be placed where the artistic requirements 0. W. Conner. Prop. C TOE POMONA NPR-BKlr I AI.DRH-S: THE CRIFFlNG BROS. CO.. 1
call for them without regard C A.N"D"KXCBL- SEED \"MS. I latal.srif 're*. Jacksonville, Fla.\
the situation a distinct and pronounced -
to expense. ; ; PARKER'S I
structural feature, having its
own functions radically different from in the preparation of the design the HAIR BALSAMCleansei A. S T O R IEi. To PATENT Good Ideasmay ,

those of the adjoining spans and aris- high: character of the structure has always =.i' Promotes and a luxuriant beaobftej growth.the hair Bears theSignature the Kind You Have Ateavs Bought jlIj,] be secured by
been kept in mind and vulgar Never Fails to Bestore Gray; our aid Address, !
ing from the necessary demands d Hair to its Youthful Color. #-I-#. THE PATENT RECORD,
overornamentatiou avoided! as being p CU:3 sea p d.Cf'at's! k hair lallxj. .
navigation. It would therefore be i 5 0c.andlCOat I>rnlists; of ." : Baltimore Md.
worse: than useless.: j Subscriptions to The Patent Record$l.ou per annum.
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.ft i. THErTLORIDASTAR, ;, > the counties in this Stonewall ,Jackson HI. l ",'

;f h'i':: :' 4'c- The ,executive committee 'f,
: ,.. and'Citizen.. $
' >- ,Entered at thepostofliee-at.Titnsville u lusia county has fixed the 4KINO -
A, second-class mail matter. Jackson Is dangerously '.".
'. ments of candidates in that c
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The whole south will
t k.. :>'., .,.',' .. Ellis U. Wager. Editor and. Publlh' as follows:_ Judge of the she passes away from us, for

t;,;, : 'PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOBNINo" ;court S75, solicitor of the worthy of her husband tt
:: I .,,'_, :l, '. SUBSCRIPTION. ,*1.50':PKR ANIJUM} court $50, supervisor of place she has always held in
", ; :' ,', ', '75 CENTS FOB SIX MONTHS.; tion $15 'county of our people. It will be our
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:;.;'" : to know that she is waited Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
: : FuraUhed on members of legislature S50
f:t. ; : Advertising: Rate .
the river, where "we can rest '::
..l'f: Application of county court $40, clerk of the trees. IIO'AL eAKIHC POW rI co,NEW wmK.

For President: circuit court $120, clerk
it):. ; = ----
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iil-, ,: ,: ,:5 .:; WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN. criminal court $25,.county n Challenges Again, The famous Tucker trial at Dade City Sheriff Anderson, of Orange county, is

't -- .b' ?'= For Vice President er $50, tax assessor $40, tax has been completed and the ,verdict was very ill.

: :*i or $50, sheriff $80, e from Sir Thomas Lipton acquittal. This was one of the most
. ; ADLAI E. STEVENSON. It Saved Her Life.
series of races for the Ameri
It '. of public instruction $50 noted cases in South Florida for manyyeaJ'8.
, :.-'. ,,: Tor Congrm-S cOnd District: has been sent to the New: York Elliott Tucker and his four Miss Mamie Smith, Middlesboro, Ky.,.
of the school board $5 each.
v-' >' ROBERT W. DAVIS. brothers were charged with the larcenyof writes: My little sister had the croup
,. 5- .. --- bad. I her several doses
-- challenging a sug- very gave ofFoley'a
' f'* '-. For Governor some cattle.
,-. CONGRESSMAN Grosvenor as to the date of the race, Honey and Tar and she was instantly -

: '. :.;.....:' WILLIAM S. JENNINGS. down to the level of the is understood, will be in Au Weekly Weather Report. Wilson relieved.& Son. It saved her life.' B. R.

2, For State Officers: is reported that the challenging
fakir and the sensationalist, H.8.DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTUBE WEATHER -
> entire Democratic state ticket. be built on the Thames, and -
, L.- he that the
.. will be named Shamrock. CASI1"OR.X.A.: .
': :.'Jl, Senator-Thirteenth District: didates will not "get a to rumor, Robert Wringe, Comparative rainfall for statement the week of ending temperaturesand TuesdayOct. Bear i tie The Kind Yon tiara Always Bought

1.: E. N. vote except by practical commanders of the old Sham- 9, 1900. Signature #-.J-#" .

,}/.. 4 Representative: sion of the ballot. It is as command the new racer. 1900 1899 of ,
<,' ,"';, < K. B.-R ULERSON. as would be to say that Oct. 3. 80 70 80 72

.r:\ For County Officers: publican candidates will on a Man's Back. 4. 85 75 81 73
5. 85 78 89 76 FLORJDA
.' '..,-- : The full Democratic county ticket a single vote without McDonald is not dead is no 6. 86 78 85 75

t' it. In fact the latter accident which happened to 7. 86 79 83 72
", the fate an 8. 86 73 82 67
p. time for
IT will soon tains more of the element of but is due rather to 9. 87 73 84 68

of our country to be decided one for, while there is no than anything else. Total rainfall for the week.1.13 inch. State CollegeOF
other. fell distance of feet Departure from the normal rainfall for the
the a fifty ,
:1. gray or state in which' Mr. Bryan's week, minus 1.37 inches.
;,,0 a glass skylight, and on the
Departure from normal rainfall since Jan.
,, f AND still they keep coming in depends on suppression of of Lou Berlack, Friday morn- 1st, 1900, minus 5.35 inches.

direction. The Times lot in any form whatever, breaking a bone or receiv- HAL P. HABDIN
the right ,
several doubtful states in McDonald is Observer Weather Bureau. AGRICULTURE
: ; Philadelphia's greatest newspaper, are Jupiter, Fla., Oct. 9,1900.
Republican will employed by J. Kuchler, and
ranks. money
has fallen into the Bryan AXD
used in when a scaffold on which he Dr. W. H. Lewis Lawrenceville
tionably be an Va., MECHANIC ARTS.
fell and precipitated him to writes "I
stem the Democratic tide. : am using Kodol Dyspepsia

BRYAN spoke at Richmond, Indiana ., ....,..,... ___ of the building occupied by Cure in my practice among severe (ases At Lake City
Friday to an immense r---- He fell through the sky of indigestion and find it an admirable
of enthusiastic people. The THE people of New two stories and struck Mr. remedy." Many hundreds of physicians The fall term will begin

throng other eastern states who who was standing beneath the depend upon the use of Kodol Dyspepsia September 18th.
meeting was presided over by a Cure in stomach troubles. It digests what
hostile to Mr. Bryan Neither was seriously hurt.
former Republican congressman. terly you eat and allows you to eat all the good Tuition FREE to Florida students.

_ years ago now know him food you need, providing you do not overload -I Board very low and all other expenses -
-- j i i r ii LJ ii-"-*nJ+sIT and Barker War. small.
better. They now your stomach, gives instant relief

is understood Washington for what he is-an honest begun in the circuit court at and a permanent cure, Wilson & Son. A COMPLETE COURSE in book-
done in the
that nothing is to be keeping, stenography and tele-
matter of the prosecution of Neely, eous and conscientious man Tuesday against Robt. McNa- WANTED-Active man of good character graphy for about $18, besides-
is sincere in his desire to went to Pensacola to speak in to deliver and collect in Florida for old established -I board, one year.
Rathbone and others for robbery of removing the capital to manufacturing wholesale house.

i- of the Cuban postal funds until the people of the oppression by E. B. Barker, for $300, $900 a year, sure pay. Honesty more than for Foster Hall
is the fruit of the vicious experience required. Our reference, any young women,
alleged to be due Barker for sal-
"after the election. bank in any city. Enclose self addressed will be ready.
tion enacted for privileged editor of the Daily Evening stamped envelope. Manufacturers, third I Send for catalague to

: AT the-great meeting in Indian- Aside from this, the justice Jacksonville, which paper has floor, 334 Dearborn St., Chicago. I I W. F. YOCU I, President

publication. This action .
he is -- -
which --- ---
fight -
apolis last week over 8,000 Democratic against McNamee after he had

;, k' clubs were represented by half of the republic and at Pensacola, and a notice was

; not less than 51),000 members. the empire, appeals him Tuesday. McNamee, who FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Democratic clubs are now being every patriotic American. supporter of organized labor,

the reason why the voters of over his signature a statement
'. organized it is said, at the rate of
f.-, York are arranging to give Barker in no bright light, OF ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.,
500 per day. the action is a malicious one on
the 16th inst. an ovation side. The statement Only National Bank the Florida
was on East Coast
I THE millionaire residents at East a parallel in the history in a morning daily. In the :

l. Islip, L. I., have formed a Repub- greatest metropolis in the Barker retracted. Solicits Accounts of Firms and Individuals.

._ lican club. They would, doubtless, States. New York has CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
be "the Candidate. $150,000. DEPOSITS, $350.000..
;; like to get the whole party on a enemy's country. Popular

'r': millionaire basis if, as is unfortunately -' Sanford Chronicle. J. T. DISMUKES, President. J. JAMES'ice President. G. B. LAMAE, JR., Cashier.
IT looks as if the
? the case, the people were C. Jones is making fiiends by DIRECTORS:
would have to admit
.,. ,
: I. not a necessary adjunct. everywhere, and what is J. T. DISMUKES. JAMES, H.GAILLAKD
would that
not ,
or are friends that one can de J. E IXGRAHAM, P. F. CARL .
- HA.of
Gov. Roosevelt is not expected militarism have not passed The Haltering reception. Fla. Agt. of H. SI. Flagler. Garcia Vega & Carcaba.

sues in this campaign, and meeting from the masses: of the -----------
until after the
to return to Albany
they are not being neglected the seventh district goes to
national election. Some of his
the to
\'oters1'e quick recog
Democratic leaders. The FLORIDA
constituents who have business willing to endorse a man when CENTRAL
cans may strive to ignore the is them. John C.
with the state are raising strenuous given
did assaults that are being Democrat of
a genuine man
objections to his more recent ideas AND
; of "strenuous life." by Byran and Stevenson and one who does not fear to V PENINSULAR RY.

a imperialist policy of the in their own home, be it

or pretentious. There is no
tration, but even in that
NEW JERSEY: is a Democratic dignity: about him that forbids
not succeed for the
state; the lines which so sharply with the people whom he
in with intense Unexcelled service from Florida
drinking olHce. In his eyes a man is a "Dixie Flyer"
divided Democratic effort four Through "
years and earnestness the how clothed to all points .. .. .. .. Sleeping Car*
matter no matter Route between
have wholly perished, and the
ago demand for Democratic and against the new-fangled his hand or how sleek his ap JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUIS
American of '. In a word there is no hum- via
policy foreign North
East and West.
for Democratic effort
aggressive quest, to which the Jones. Lake City: Macon, Atlanta,

was never so imperative as it is today have temporarily Chattanooga and Nashville.

: Fanners' Institutes. Two trains daily between TAMPA,
'" United States without so I
JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and ) connections fur
received the following letter CITY
f Two: candidates for the legislature saying to the American COLUMBIA, carrying Pullman CHICAGO
third vice Drawing and all points in
J. E.
1 in Kansas have pledged them- your leave. And the of the Florida East Coast rail Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA the northwest.

selves not to pay out any moneyfor cans will have to take to a series of farmers' in- with sleepers forWASHINGTON

votes, which is commendable, attempt to make some sort s he has arranged for along Through sleeping-car service between Jacksonville

but does not go far enough. There swer. coast, which will no doubt be and and New Orleans via River Junction
should be a clause added as to taking interest to our readers:: : MLTIMOKE

i\! \ in money by the successful ASIDE from the fact that The Florida Star: and PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK. Full information application to agent
: man after he is seated. dent McKinley has of public interest that you of this comlany.

to the disgust of the country to announce through the

t AT Cedar Fall, Iowa, the post- it is quite an easy matter of THE STAn, I have arranged Also with CINCINNATI sleeper viaASHEVILLE. A. O. MACDOXSELL, L. A. SlIIPMAX,

master received orders from the to turn away from what rs of the Lake City Agri Gen'l Pass. Agt. As)'((ieu'las.;. AgtThediscaseisthenationalcurseofJapan
I college to hold a series of farm-
postmaster-general to close his of "plain duty" when the along the east coast: during

, [ fice the day Roosevelt spoke there. is given to do so by the They will be under the all pi-

1 The unwarranted example of political the fact is made quite clear Stockbridge, ami are intend- I N E and China. A remedy was imperative and,

i! partisanship will find few defenders portion of his inaugural of assistance to farmers and M 0 R P H I' the as the medical only profession permanent there painless accepted, private this,

t in the ranks of even the which Mr. Bryan quoted so The dates set are as fol Opium etd quick cure known to ICIt'nce. A weeks'
October Kith West Palm treatment FLEE: OF CIl.\RGI
en, ; Phr.-
Republican party. It is such a ively, that he recognizes acdaIlcunJIdentia1lytreatedbynwl.
October 18th; Miami, October disease cured b y TACK-A-POU-SHA Cure guaranteed.UOM1R .
of tence of trusts and also
shameless assumption authoritythat "

=ville, October : ; Daytona, 345942 in 17 ( 0.
even McKinley's party will are a great evil to the public. 23rd.: cases years mweSt! dst.Newi f'kCity.The .

not excuse it. mighty Mark Hanna, Your truly,

,.. declared that there is not J. E. I N I\H.\M: '

WHEUE could there be a greater in the country, and this 3rd Vice Pres. : '
Sfitli l I'-'OO.'
compliment paid to Mr. Bryan is reiterated every time he Sfcpt. Lamp i'StdY'Hbrt11]

than to have such distinguished the stump in an effort to !Story of a Slate. I
The lamp that doesn't
men as Carl Shurz, Richard Olney, tize the workingmen. The bound hand and foot for years -.. -... you to use bad language; the up lamp or smoke that looks or cause good 3

""m. Wilson, E. P. Wheeler, G. stance of Hanna's speeches ? of disease i is: the worst form i 4-i -; when you get it and stays good; the lamp that you -

S. Boutwell, J. B. Henderson, Edward boiled down is: "There George I). Williams, of Man I i I ..oy1;',.. never willingly part with,once you have it; that's
Mich., tells how such a slave was -
M. Shepard, Edward Atkinson trusts; there is no ; He 8a)1-v wife has been : the Hew Rochester

Bourke Cochran and others there ain't nothing s for live years that she could .

Mack and times." over in bed alone. After using Other lamps be offered "
supporting him, who favored Mr. good may you as just as good
she is i
of Electric won- i -they may be, in some respects, but for all around
McKinley and opposed Mr. Bryan a great man in his way, improved and able to do her own 't C goodness, there's only one. To make sure the lamp

four ago? shadow is not big enough This supreme remedy for female I E offered you is genuine,look for the name on it; every
ceal from the people the quickly cures nervousness, sleep- C w New Rochester lamp has it.
-- melancholy, headache, back- E i ,.- We make oil
stoves too, just as good as the lamps
THE Democratic candidates in trusts are multiplying and dizzy spells. This mir- =: in fact, anything in oil or gas fixtures. ;

Brevard can congratulate them- and the Republican party medicine is a godsend to R
run down people. Every 1iS631154mtEw THE ROCHESTER LAMP Co.,
and does not intend
selves this upon a light political nothing :
year br
only 50 cents, sold 38 Park Place and 33
Barclay St. New
assessment in comparison with anything to destroy them. &Son, druggists. 6 e::,m 111111111111I111111I[ff ttf If ttr miimiTitnmiiniTTiitiirtiittitrtittitittif i York.
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