The Florida star.

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

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o OLD HOMES[NIXlt\ from his father urging him to come

home. Henry McAlptn's heart, however 'IS NOT

I1' had been won by"the glamour of ,CANCIR '

The McAlpin Homestead Near Savannah a battle and the freeIIl:3.sonry"of: a sOldier's : _" : ,
,Mecca life. He 'persisted ..
: For Sightseers. In?staying
with the wearers of the gray and that IN aURA B LC
Special correspondence of The Florida Star. but for to die. While:assisting In the Time was wnen Cancer..considered as incurable.leprosy. :

OAVAWSAH' Oct. 15.-What seems to defense of Atlanta against the legions Physicians friends"could give little relief or encouragement to

be a general awakening of Interest In that ,followed 'the victorious ShermanIn one afflicted with this terrible disease. Even now doctors know of remedy for this fearful malady ; while admitting it to be

'it.: the fate of the numerous old colonial his march his a blood disease,they still insist that there is no hope outside of a surgical operation, and advise you to have the Cancer cut out*
homesteads ., to thesea head was but at the same time cannot assure you that it will not return. You may cut.or draw out the sore, but another will come ia
scattered through the.I blown from his shoulders by a burst- its place, for the disease is in the blood-is deep-seated and destructive, and beyond the reach of the surgeon's'knife or

south Is now:taking place In the minds Ing shell caustic, flesh-destroying plasters. The blood must be purified and strengthened, the system relieved of all poisonous, effete .

of, many people. Not from .mercenary The head of the McAlpin family was matter before the Cancer sore will heal. '..

.I; motlyes ,has. this sentiment sprung, never seen' In 'public after :this. He S. S.,S. is the only medicine'that can overcome this powerful and contaminating poison and force it out of the blood. It

:' the term- "Investment" ,having hardly shut himself In. his house and,kept.but builds np and invigorates the old, and supplies new, rich, life-giving blood. S.S. S. is arely vegetable remedy: no mineralcan

entered at all into the considering of one servant to minister to his wants. be found in it; the roots and herbs from which it is made contain powerful purifying properties that act directly upon

the subject. ;, He would attention to the blood system and make a safe and permanent cure of Cancer. It has cured thousands why not you? .
no callers
To the traveler and lived pay Cancer is not always inherited; your family, may be free from any taint, yet your blood may become so polluted that a severe i
Journeying along the a hermit's Ute until his deathIn and stubborn form of the disease
highways of Georgia Virginia and oth 1871. HATS DUBOIS.
Impure Blood Invites Disease develop f rom a so re or ulcer on yourslighttongue .
;," t er of the southern states, the sight of or other part of your body ; a

4 .; once Imposing and festive but now For sprains, swellings and lameness or hurt, a little pimple on the eyelid lip.or .

." ', weather worn and deserted mansions there is nothing so good as Chamberlain's nose, a small lump on the,jaw or breast, a harmless looking.wart or mole and other causes so insignificant as to attract

' where society and gayety held full Pain Balm. Try it. For sale by B. R. little or no attention. If you have an obstinate sore, don't rely upon salves or ointments to cure it-begin with S. S. Sat -

sway Is one typically Indicative of the Wilson & Son. once; it will cleanse your blood and prevent. the formation of cancerous cells.'

,f ; metamorphosis In southern Mrs. R. Shirer, La Plata. Mo.,writes: "A small pimple came on my jaw about one inch below the
home life A man of honor respects his word as ear on the left side of my face. At first it gave me no trouble,and I did not think it was anything serious
after the civil war. until the jaw began to swell and became much inflamed. At the same time the sore began-to spread and
The old his bond. eat into the flesh, and gave me intense pain. I tried everything I could hear of, but nothing did me any it,.:
t.:; McAlpin homestead near Savannah good. I then began the use of S. S. S., and after taking several bottles the Cancer healed, and there ".
is one of the first that will bet is now no sign of the disease. This was two years ago, and I am still'enjoying perfect health." i ;
Seeln'Thing at Night.
: restored to a condition such that the Send for our special book on Cancer; it contains much information that will interest

most if not all of its former prestige or nightmare is a common result of indi you ; it is free. i

r can be regained. The McAlpin dwelling gestion. You can't expect good sleep Write our physicians about your case, and for any advice or information wanted ; they
with a bad stomach. Dr. Loyal Ford's have made a life study of Cancer and all blood diseases. We make no charge what-
vI is In .
conjunction with its surroundings Dispepticide, the new remedy, makes a ever for this. Address, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. GA.
'I" one of Savannah's star exhibition pound stomach that digests perfectly. B.

J ;:, places. Sightseers are always guided R. Wilson & Son. '

1:' there by friends who are apt to consider ..

': a visit to their city Incomplete with Use your own brains rather than thoseof

I- out the trip. The only remaining relative others. : .

; 1. of Rodney McAlpin, the builder of 1I
51 li the house, has already laid out extensive y '
,, Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that E-
. 'i'-i:1 v plans for remodeling and when Contain Mercury, l
fulfilled will take his family there to BevelGearCHAINLESS.
as mercury will surely destroy the sense of ,
smell and completely derange the whole
t live.The system
Hermitage, as the old homestead when entering it through the mucous CHAIN WHEELS COASTER BRAKE }J

is usually called, is on the Hermitage surfaces. Such articles should never be used .

road about a half hour's walk from the cians except as on the prescriptions damage they from will reputable do is ten physi fold The first choice of experiThe finest chain wheels acts directly upon the tire, .'

city limits. It stands well back from to the good you can possibly derive from
the roadway, and the grounds slope them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by enced and particular riders that it is possible to make, avoiding all undue wear of i

down to the Savannah river, which F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no everywhere-the best having the mechanical in the
possible improvement
mercury, and is taken internally acting directly every parts '
flows past the rear of the building.
The Hermitage has a history known to the system.upon the In blood buying and Hall's mucous Catarrh surfaces Cure of proof of its superiority. found in our new Chainless hub. No straining of the (

,. but few and well worth relating. Trag be sure you get the genuine. It is taken in- '
construction improvements models aside from the wheel. For either
ternally and is made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. Lightened drivdriving
ical in the extreme tlie events
are associated
with the gloomy and echo J.j Cheney 3"Sold by& Co.Druggists Testimonials, price 75c free.per bottle. throughout. New ing mechanism. New 'odChainless or Chain Models. {

nether haunted world structure.are said Spirits to hold from high the Hall's family pills are the best. Models, $7,. els, X50. Price (with our 1000 models) $,.00 d

revels within its worm eaten portal, Help others when you can, but never s

weird and uncanny are the tales of give what you cannot afford simply be-

ghouls, goblins and grinning ghosts cause it is respectful.

that belated passersby claim to have STORMERS. PENNANTS.
Bottle Free to Sufferers.
seen during the wee sma' hours, but

luckily as in the case of Tam O'Shan- Deep-seated, obstinate cases the kind tha
ter in his escape from the famous have resisted doctors, hot springs and patent The leading medium-priced The Stormers present a Low in price but high in
medicine treatment, quickly yield to B. B. B
: witches of Kirk-Alloway, (Botanic Blood Balm) thoroughly tested for bicycles. Their twelfth year refinement of construction quality. Staunch and well- ,

Now do thy speedy utmost, Meg, 30 years. Have you mucuous patches in tl e
And win the kcjstane of the brig; mouth? Sore throat? Eruptions? Eating of success. In excellence of and finish usually found only finished, they possess every '
There at them thou thy tail may toss, sores? Bone pains? Itching skin Swokn
A running stream they dare not cross, glands? Stiff joints? Copper colored spots*? manufacture, durability and in bicycles commanding requisite of strength and =
Chancres? Ulceration on the body? Hair and
t flowing water the picturesque. Savannah eyebrows fall out? Is the skin a max of boils ease of running they are unhigher prices. They are popdurability.. Best for all riders
was: always close at hand across pimples and ulcers? Then this wonderful B. ;
which they could safely retreat. B. B. specific will completely change the excelled in their class. New ular favorites. New hoddesiring first wear at a small
whole body into a clean perfect condition.
The foundations of the hermitage
were laid in 1830 by Rodney McAlpin, free from eruptions, and skin smooth with the Models, $35'. els, $3 ,. cost. New Models, $2$.
;low of perfect health. B. B. B. drains the
then a middle aged man. He settled poison out of the system so the sympt ms can-

down to a life of ease and enjoyment not return. B. B. B. builds up the broken

with his wife and fire young sou*. As down constitution and improves the digest ion. HOME OFFICE FOR SALE BY : ;
So sufferers may test B B. B. a trill botth ,
the years passed on and the boys merg will he given away free of charge.B. HARTFORD. ELLIS B. WAGER TITUSVILLE.

,,, ,. B B for sale by druggists at $1 per large CONNECTICUT. ,
', ,'I """I :": bottle. or 6 large bottles (full treatment) &".
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'I"i"'t directions with each bottle. Be
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"(/ A1/. I IJ/h the bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm. Foi
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V I f" : I trial bottle, address BLOOD BALM CO., At ,
71 iJ"1111't lama, Ga. Describe trouble and free medical f I
advice: given Call on J. B. Screveu, druggist, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. v, )
,,/II itusville, for B. B. B. 3 ,
Bids fur opening a third class road running
Will practice in State and United States
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from the point where the Eau Gallie road Courts.
leaves New Haven avenue to the north In- Qty
Office at Titusville, Florida. r
dian field, including<< the necessary bridges ;
md fills as the road has been laid out and : \ "
I). L. GAULDKN, O.J2 ( '
decl red public will be accepted by the chairman /
of the board of county commissioners on ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I
v' 4 l rt /r I efore 12 o'clock at noon Nov 7th, 1900. rrrusviLLE, FLORID ,I 41T ; .

,. County judge of Brevanl county. Will prao !i I
tice in all the courts of the 7th judicial circuit -.
4 : Men. of Florida. !
ANew Book For -- ,-_.
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( i Special Arrangements Whereby a Free JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
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Copy Can Be Obtained by Every

L1 Reader of This Paper.For M. GOLDSMITH,
iiJi (//IIjj t( ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, "
weeks the
. presseshave
busy turning orb
1. out tho enormous edition Prosecuting attorney for Brevanl county.
= of Dr. J. >ewtor.Hathaway's Notary public. Will practice in all courts of
TIlE HERMITAGE. new book- the state.A. .
"Manliness, Vigor,
I'd into manhood the older McAlpintleveloited Health"-necessary to .
I satisfy tha-ii"xie demand I). PENNEY,
eccentricities lie became QiJ(
many DifXathawa ATTORN Y-AT-LA, ) 2Iyr/Q7//eI
t very morose and for days at a has reserved lImited
number of these books,, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .1
t time would sit in one of the upper : 1 t V
t and these he hasspeciall Will practice in the courts of the 7th ju-
f rooms muttering anti talking to him i arranged to send free by; dicial circuit. '
forbidden to mail tc all readers of this
self. His overseers were paper who send names: .__..RETWF.JoXuJACKSONVILLE
puuNh any of the slaves: no matter ____??_______ and\ full address to him. JAnsXIHtEWii! ,
how serious the offence and lie insistedon For 20 years Dr. Hathaway has confined his ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NEW YORKCalling
M1 to diseases of
f having the huge whipping post heat practice ind during almost that time exclusively he has restored more men men Main office and address, Tiblials, Florida. at Charleston, S. C., both ways.

; the stables draped with white ribbonsas :: I 10 health,vigor, usefulness and happiness than Office at Fort Pierce, Fla., upon the 2nd and The Finest Steainliip in the Coastwise Service.
:: mv ten other doctors in the country combined. 4th Fridays of each month
a sign that it had entered on a season Dr. Hathaway treats and cures by a method Notary Public, :State: at Large.F. Till] CLYDE XEW EX( L.\XD AXD SOLTHEIIX LINES
l' of quiet and disuse. entirely his own. discovered and perfected by -_Direct Service Between___
: aimself and used exclusively by him. Loss of Jacksonville Boston and Providence and All Eastern Points.
; Finally the civil war was declared. Vitality. Yaricocele, Stricture, Blood Poisoningin J. WEIJI5, ,
Rheumatism, Weak Back, Calling at Charleston both ways.
different ,
The live suns, their mother having died its stages ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
all manner !of urinary complaints; ulcers, Sores SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
: several years before, decided to respond and Skin Diseases Brights Disease and all formsof TITUSVILLE. FLOBIIH. <>utlilNwii l-Frotn Lewis Wharf, Hoston. :lI1thbound-l'rom: foot of Catherine Street .Jacksonville

to the Confederacy's: call for :toned Kidney men Troubles.restores lost His vitality treatment and for makes under-the Will practice in the courts of the 7th judicial CLI'DE'S S T. JOIISS RIVER LISL'.

i troops. The father objected anti became patient a strong,well vigorous man. circuit. DtB\RY LlXE.Hotuecu .
; frantic when the quintet of future Dr. Hathaway's success in the treatment of ,-, -- Jacksonville and !Sanford i ,
without the aid of knife
i lighters left home. The two elder or Varicocele cautery is and phenomenal.Stricture The patient is treated 50 YEARS' 'topping at St. Fntni-N. Beresford (DeLand), Blue Springs and other,
Leonard and Hubert enlisted awl by this method at his own home without pain EXPERIENCE intermediate landings on St. Johns Kivtr.
sons or loss of time from ousiness. This is positivelytne Steamer "FRED'K DKBARY.:' CAPT. W. A. Su\\v,
: fought under Lee.1 the battle ofAutietaui only" treatment which cures without an oper- is appointed to bail as follows: \1
while fighting side ation. Dr. Hathaway calls the particular attention -
i they fell of sufferers from Varicocele and Stricture to Leacs J.ichson\:Jc 3:30: p. m. Sundays.Tu sdays and Thursday*. I
,; by side, mortally wounded. When the pages.7.23,29,30 and 31 of his new book. Leaves :Sanford: !II a. m., Enterprise 9:30a. in. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. .
reached the Every ease taken by Hathaway is specially
of their death outhbouud :SCHEDULE.
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news :rented according to its nature,all under his cental Northbound'n
Hermitage, the now aged and feeble personalsup(>f\islon.and all remedies used by down nadup
forth In a torrent of rage aim are prepared from the purest and best drugs in .ea\e3.. 30 pm___----___---__----_____Jacksonville_____.____ -.-----____--_.\rrive 2 00 am
sire burst in*own laboratories under his personal oversight. TRADE MARKS s1-> pin------------_--_____ ------Palatka-------------________.-___Leave 8 00
> against the northern army and threatened t- Hathaway makes no charge for consulta! DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS .. 3 00 am.____--_______ __ __ __.,"c tur. --_--__ --____ __ _____ pm
to go to war himself. The nextyear : :ion or advice,either at his office or by mail and Ac. .. 4io am._____________ _____--_-- Francis------------------------ .. 230pmSt. 100
of the lcAlpinhoys vhen a case is taken the one low fee services.covers all I Anyone sending a sketch and description may ____--_____----_______B risford (IeLand-----) __ ____ 12 pm
1SG3, two more ost of medicines and professional quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an .. 00 n'n
always prefers when it is possl- invention is probably patentable. Communica Ii 00 am,___-- ______ hU Blue Spring--------------------- 11 00
<< met their doom. They had gathered Die Dr.,to Hathaway have his patients call on him for at least tionsstrictlyconedentiaL Handbook on Patent YrrhcHSOa ____--______--_____________.Sanford9 --__--_____------------___ .. 9 00 am
under the standard of ColonelMosby ]1 I we interview,but this is not essential, as he has sent Patents free. Oldest taken through Mann securing& Co.patents.receive .. 25 am._----________--__ nnn Enterprise,_______ _nn________ 9 30 am am

the famous ranger chieftain.One .. ured:ions of scores the world of thousands whom he of has patients never in seen.all sec-His tpecial notice, without charge, in the General Passenger and Ticket Office 204 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.

was shot and killed in the Chan System of Home Treatment is so perfected that Scientific fltttcrican.A IV. H. WARBURTO.V, T. P. A., F. M. IRONMONGER, JB., F. P. A.,
; tiny raid, while the other suffereddeath l I le can brm about a cure as surel> and speedily .1U State St., New York. 204"est Bay St. Jacksonville
called daily at his office. Fla.
though the patient illustrated weekly. Largest dr.
a sudden attack on PhilSherldan's ]I is handsomely oJ. P. LOYELL Asst. Fla. Supt JNO. HOWARD, Superintendent
culation of scientiflc Terms f 3 a
trains. J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. year; four months any ,f L Sold journaL by all newsdealers. Foot Hogan St Jacksonville Fla. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville Vh..

But a single wagon son remained, and he.. Street Dr. ,Hathaway&Co.Savannah GfcJ1EJJTION MUNN & CO.3618roadway, New YorkBranch THEO.THOS.G.D.EGER.HALEY General Local Manager.Freight Agent WM.foot P. CLYDE Hn-an St.& CO Jacksonville,, General :Agents Fla '
!5 Bryan
was the recipient of many messages, THIS PAPER WHEN WRrTING.ln Office, 625 F fit,Washington D. ;. Chesebrough Building, ly. tate Strict,Opposite Battery Park New York _


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' COCOA BUSINESS' DIRECTORY.. portation facilities, the steamer Canaveral I MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1

y .- W. L.HUGBLETTv M. :D.. L.T. DANIEL; making a round trip 'over 'the, same MELBOURNE STATE BANK-Capital$15,. sE .DREW'S

D. D. 8.-Offices over The:;Jndiau>River route on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 000. J.H.Phillips;president: E.-Branch,
* cashier.. The only bank' the lower river
! '. DrugCo'satorestheleaungDrugestabllshmeat on
f' of the Indian river country. and the pineapple region of Brevard county The
i ; Last ,Monday .urgent calls: ,for help flWhole
S.FTRAYIS:& OX:, :Exclusive' Wholesale came from, the residence of' Mrs. White. ,EAU OALLIK BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Grocers; the largest stock of:General
j. S: Merchandise carry on the east coast of Florida.r' The cry "rattlesnake". added to the HODGSON BROTHERS. Dry Goods,'Ship SEND FOR LEGAL

: Can meet all competition. Write for prices. interest, and as soon as possible the town Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and CATA106UC.THC
fittings Clothing, Paints and Oils Groceries.
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I j: I' "' WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Em- marshal and,several neighbors were on .. Marine railway. steamer for'charter. 111
the White that
scene. reported on
: balmer. Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup .H.AW. B. DREW
-.\ plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing going to the kitchen for some potatoesshe EAU GALLIE. COMPANY, -

': IE of Every Description. Agent for Bevendge found: a large rattlesnake ,lying full Mr. Booth will soon have a crop of new BLANKS

r i '' Steam Cooker., length on'the kitchen table. In her beans for the market. .
;t; FEANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty fright she rushed out and called for help. .
1\ W. Treutler is much better Dr. Heb-
years experience; all kind of repairing When the party went to the kitchen to ; Truth!
; ard has his in hand.F. ,
.: J.- done nice and cheap; also ladies'and mendshoes dispatch the snake it could not be found, case -

f- made to order probably having crawled away while Mrs. E. Sloan will build a new boat to HENRY B.TOMPKINS, President,
:. < THE TRAFFORD BAKERY.-First quality White was summoning help. Nothing has meet his increasing business. JAMES D. BAKES, Ass't Cashier.
i':z Bread, made of high grade flour, sent to any
j .c" address also never-failing home-made yeast been seen of it since, although'strict Capt. Ramsey's crushed hand is mending

k{:' cakes. ;Ice Cream every Saturday. search,was made about the premises. under Dr. Hebard's surgery.
" If* National Bank of
r. f GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable Feelings of safety pervade the house- Messrs. Near &; Taylor are working on

Jf '. Store for good, fresh and reliable goods, hold that uses One Minute 'Cough Cure, a well contract at Fort Pierce.S. .
; Saddlery, Crockery
:? such Hats,Trunks as Dry and Goods a full line of Groceries.. the only harmless remedy that produces F. Gibbs, of Melbourne, was in Eau
i ft: immediate results. It is infallible for nothingso the State of FloridaCAPITAL
Gallie business.
"'t. JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. cough, colds, croup and all throat and Tuesday on

A i Pleasant location facing the river on river lung troubles, it will prevent consump- Mr. Weller has left for Tampa, after a
front. Rates f2.00 per day. ,special terms by tion Wilson & Son.
:' short visit to Mr. and Mrs. 10000000.
, Deyman.
't.. the week or month. bad for a coughas

: ;. KLONDIKE. AI. Ford was here Tuesday "repairing
DIRECTORY. Designated depository of the State of Flor
: John C. Jones with his I fences"-the voting day approaches.All .
: > spent Sunday I, ida, and of the City of Jacksonville. Solicits
;.t .;:_ c. P. PLATTS- Physician and Surgeon. uncle at St.Lucie, returning Monday. danger of a heavy blow is consid- coughing. accounts of all classes and offers every facility
:: "Calls to any point on the river promptly consistent with prudent bapking. Recognizing
J. :t.: ,' answered. Fo t Pierce. Florida. M.S. Jones,Jr., of Titusville, spent two ered over at this point for this season. the needs of that class who accumulate a

f ', days here last week and was surprised at Repairs to Eau Gallie's streets are still surplus we will allow interest on time de

1 '_ .UP p AND D D DOWN m mI c COAST. the John improvements Kelly, John his Dorsey brother and is making.John going Miss forward Bessie and Hodgson good was work thrown being done.from There's nothingso below posits.the,honorable condensed We invite controller from attention our of last to the the official currency statement reportto :

finished their of
Lloyd job grubbing
} her bicycle Saturday, injuring her knee.
ir Brief Mention, of Minor Matter Occurring for Jones &; Son and have gone to Jack for CONDENSED
.. Our residents are busy cleaning up good a
Town sonville.
t' their yards and preparing for the winter
r & Klondike continues to flourish; the recent season. At close of business 26
f { COCOA. April 1900.
j ,,: rains are making everything grow;
.' .:.. '. .. Delightful fall weather now. the orange trees are putting on a finenew Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert., of St. Paul, cough as Ayer'sCherry RESOURCES.

N. Mathis of City Point, transacted growth. Minn., arrived at their Eau Gallie home
f A. Loans and discounts .$243,973 47
Friday. ------------
p .' business here Tuesday. Billy Smith, the Seminole"Indian, was Pectoral.The Overdrafts_______.._____________ 5.996.3-1
visitor hog hunting in this vicinity last week. Several of Melbourne's young ladies United States bonds______________ 35,000.00
Dr.L.C.Peek, Melbourne, was a were calling upon friends in Ean Gallie Premium on U. S bonds_________ 232.37
or here last Thursday. He has 100 fine meat hogs that he will Saturday. Bonds, stocks and securities___ 143,960.48

]| .*' Mrs.J.R.Field and son, Joe, of Indian- market this winter. Archdeacon Brown, of Titusville, was Other Ranking real house estate, furniture owned---and. Fix__ 44417.62 A 1Mftrt
-\ : olawere visitors here last Monday. A Monster Devil Fish the guest of John E. M. Hodgson Saturday Cash in vault._-__________________ 80795.02 v.vv.v"
t .' is in and Sunday. Due from banks and U.S.treasurer 53,491.23
Lotus town
Ronald of
T. G. Destroying its victim, is a type of con -.--
f.,: this week, the guest of the Jarvis House. stipation. The power of this murderous The northerly winds have not been favorable $ .51LIABILITIES.

J ,; T.H.Sanders, of Indianolawas a visitor malady is felt on organs and nerves and to our fishermen, the catches being size is
cent just right .
muscles and brain. There is health 35
no less than
1 here l last Monday, having come over in last week.
till it's overcome. But Dr. King's New for cold.
in ordinary, everyday stock
Capital .
the mail boat. Mrs. A ins worth's -------------------- $100,000.00
:_ ,;, Life Pills are a safe and certain garden is just now a and ______
cure. The cent size is better for the Surplus profits __________ 28,18268
'. Several members: of the Cocoa gnn club Best in the world for stomach, liver, kidneys mass of blooming roses and flowers; the 50 Circulating notes__________________ 35,000.00
If' had a lively shoot Monday afternoon just and bowels. Only 25 cents at B. R. family are expected daily. cough of bronchitis, croup, grip, Dividends uncalled for---------- 200.00
Wilson & Son's drug store. 1 Bills payable___________________ None
for practice. Chris. Hoehr has rented his schooner and hoarseness. The dollar size Deposits-___u______-____________ 451.183.83
t George Gingraa arrived from North BANYAN. Xitnrod to Melbourne officials for the is the best for chronic coughs

- k _Carolina Monday, much to the delightof Our school has eighteen pupils enrolled. purpose of hauling shell for the streets. as in consumption, chronic bron- $314,563.51

family and friends. The Princess is on Hodgson's ways,
The road contracts fur this section are chitis, asthma, etc.
' 1 R. E. Mims, Bonaventure, accompanied about completed.Some being overhauled for the coming winterseason's EAST COAST MEAT MARKET

by R. E. Jr., was transacting busi work. This vessel is the largest .
' \ ness here last Saturday. i and peppers.are planting egg plants, tomatoes sloop in Eau Gallie's fleet. G. P DUREN, Agent,

i. C. D. Provost, the popular merchant of The acreage in beans will be cut down Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Paddison arrivedat The grand jury of Ocala in the case of

. Lotus, made a business trp to our town forty per cent. this year. their Eau Gallie home this week, aftera Arthur Gallipeaii have found a true bill
last Monday, via steamer Spartan. long outing in the north. Among the against him for murder in the first degreefor Floridaand
W. J. Ragan chartered the Spartan to places visited during their trip were shooting John Bellcolored./

Shirt-sleeve days and blanket nights, bring a load of lumber from Titusville. Montreal, Canada, and Niagara Falls.
refreshing rains, troublesome mosquitoesand Charlie Stewart came near stepping on I I Do not get scared if your heart troubles \IV ester

plenty of most delicious mullet. a six-foot rattler in the Muriel grove last OAK HILL.V. 'yon, most likely you suffer from indite'

l Mr. and Mrs. Winslow Bisbee arrived week. L. Cause is painting W. C. Howe's lion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what $ Ieats[

by last Friday's train and left the next The wharfage rates put on by the railway store and evidence. you eat and gives the wornout stomach

F day for their Lotus home, via steamer company hit us east-siders hard; in perfect rest. It is the only preparation of allKinds
M.R. Creighton Jr. has returned from known that completely digests all classesof
, f" Canaveral.S. fact, we had about all we could stand be-
r fore. Baltimore and expects his father shortly.P. foods; that is why it cures the worst
G. Vanlandingham, of tusville: cases of indigestion and stomach troublt ,
.: the Bond Lumber company's efficient L. Wright/ is preparing to build a after everything has failed. It maybe .
You ought to know that when suffer- J
new residence not far from his taken in conditions
: and
cannot -
in of help
manager, was town part Monday ing from any kidney trouble that a safe Titusville Florida.
but do good, Wilson & Son. ,
t' and grove. you
sure remedy Foley's Kidney Cure. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. Montgomery are at .
Guaranteed or refunded. B. R.
: and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin, of New money NOTICE.
Wilson & Son. home againafter a ten days' trip to Lake
Haven, arrived Thursday, en route to county. Under and by virtue of an order issued out ROBBINSGRAHAM

their pleasant and attractive winter home Will Have a New Town.A of the Court of the County Judge in and for
and orange grove in Rock ge. Miss Laura Waite, of Jacksonville, Brevard County on the petition of J. P. &
new town will be built across the St. spent a few days last week with her sister : Brown Sheriff and ex offieio Administrator of
Preparations are being made to erect a Johns river from Jacksonville. Ex- Mrs. F. W. Bright. the estate of Robert Morrow deceased to pay Air
coquina rock fence around the Jarvis the debts of said deceased we will on the first CO.
House. This will be a most substantialand United States Senator Call is the chief of C. T. Gaines has returned from Ken Monday in November A. I). 1900 between the (Incorporated. Paid up Capital 2500000.)
the local promoters, but New York, Bos- tucky and is now working with Arthur legal hours of sail sell for cash to the highest
permanent improvement ton and Philadelphia and hest bidder the following lands lying in This company owns landsin
capitalists are
supposed Wilkinson in the business
palmetto berry
T. A. Robinson, of City Point, was in to be financing the scheme. Sena- Brevard County Florida, to wit: the Indian River Country -
Coma encing at a point 5 chains south of the
town last Saturday, transacting business Call Mrs. S.D. Mitchell/, now of Jupiter, but on the St. Lucie River
tor in speaking of the project, said: north west corner of the north east J of the ,
and letting his friends know that he is an "It will be a resident town exclusively, a former resident of this place, paid her .south east 1 of the north nest i of section 5. at'New River, and on Biscayne -

aspirant for fish and game warden. with magnificent boulevards and tropical old friends a very pleasant visit last week township 22 south, range 33; east, run thence Bay.
south chains
5 thence east 5 chains thence
W. R. Roberts and daughter, Mrs S. parks; it will be provided with distinct north 5 chains thence west 5 chains to the PRICES TO SUIT THE
W. O'Brien, of Daytona, former residentsof electric light, electric car and water systems You assume no risk when you buy poiut beginning containing 2& acres more or TIMES.Send .
Chamberlain's Colic] Cholera and 1)iar-
it i is intended to he model home less. for land list.
our town, are here with relatives forseveral ; a
rhoea Wilson & Sun will
Remedy refund JOSEPH I' Bows, OFFICES AT .
f i days and to attend. to some private -! town.; The incorporation papers are your money if you are not satisfied Sheriff and ExOflicio Administrator of
business. expected this week and then it is claimedby after using:! it. It is everywhere admittedto the estate of Robert Morrow TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.CHAS. .

t\ H.P. Shares, of New HavenConn.proprietor : the promoters work will begin imme he the most successful remedy in use J. W. OSBAN Commissioner,
for bowel complaints, and the only one
of the New Rockledge hotel, came that never fail It i iQ pleasant, safe and A. GARDNER,
; last Thursday to get his popular house reliable. GEO. M. ROHRIXS, F. A. MORGAN,

! considerably enlarged, ready for the approaching diately.Scotf's President. Actuary. A FEW

season. Sill LUll. BREVARD
.....----.... -- -
Captain and Mrs. W. H. Sharpe were Miss Mabel Vunn. of the Inland, is at -

.1 visitors to our town last Saturday, the tending .l'boolllt're this winter. Abstract of TitleCOMPANY to will inspect have an a opportunity tine assortment

former after his ..... __ __
looking political fences Frank Montgomery, of Oak Hill, was V of seasonable

and investigating the prospects of his EmUlSion the guest of Jle .I'.. Nolle, :Nitunlay.

election as county commissioner at the I
November primary. Luther Ihn'itbonufBayon, Ky.arrived Will furnish abstracts of title FALL NOVELTIESin
Thursday last and expects to spend the for lands in Brcvard comity.
Mrs. Thos. Green whose: winter homeis of Cod Liver Oil is the means winter. OFFICE UN KB LAW OFFICE OF

at Normandie-by-the, Lotus, on of life, and enjoyment of lifo L o A. N. Nolle, who has been on a visit to GEO. M. ROllllt ..'s, TJTSnLLlFLA.. Dross Goods, such as
Meiritt Island, arrived last Sunday and Venetian. Greens, Satin
his parents for the pat week, returned to -
went on to Rockledge, where she became thousands: men women and New Smyrna Tuesday.:: .....FOR..... .Soleil, Poplin, ('tl'., on

the guest of White's Cottage untilIonday's children. A Shave and Hair sale
Miss Fannietiray, of Titusville! who N! a
) steamer offered ,
passage to her When fails it .. ----
appetite ------- -
teach here this term arrived last -- THIS
destination. to ....GO T .,.. WEEK. i
stores it. \Vhen food is r. Thursday afternoon.T. -
I). F. Howell, of Macclenny, Fla., is F. ==----- -- -- Will"on be one?
burden it lifts the burden. arrived last
C. (James Thursday
1 K. C. at this
Hy. agent place
now, vice
R.F. Jones, temporarily relieved to enjoya When youlose fleshit bring:', from Kentucky, where. he has been ......Barber Shop, i DRY GOODS, SHOES, FUI N1TURE t tTIT'II.I.E

vacation. Mr. Howell spending the summer.A None but experienced work-1
although astranger the plumpness of health. I T v, FLA.MEMS'.
and quite a social dance wa given Friday nightat I men employed, and perfect pjoRirA i ,
young man, is already .
When work is hard and satisfaction guaranteed........ I I ------ t
much liked by those who have the residence of James: Taylor. All -
business with him. duty is heavy, it makes lift report a delightful time.A J. L. ('ARRCTIIERS. Proprietor. II I !f

All his friends were pleased to greetC. bright.It Blunder Ei I,
R. Mat-key last Thursday upon his arrival is the thin edge of the
Will often cause a horrible burn, scald, BOARDING
St. Augustine. He HOUSE
from was formerly is
,. ice wedge; the thick end food. cut or bruie. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, I
of the factory at this
manager extensive place But what is the use of food. the best in the world, will kill the pain Jettjirow 'S ,
and has an acquaintance and and promptly heal it. Cures old sores

many friends, not only here but at many when you hate it, and can't digest fever sores, lilcers, boils, felons, corn! all "' Titusville Fla.

places on the east! coast His visit was fur it'Scott's skin eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. SEEDS
:MM*. C. X. MIAK
rest and recreation. lie returned to St. Only 25: cents a box. Cure guaranteed Proprietress

Augustine last Tuesday. Emulsion of Cod B. 11. Wilson ..t' :Son, lirurgt; .-ts. 1 0000000
Liver paying crops because they're j !
Oil is thefood that make. .
: -------- -- '- -
Repairs having been completed, the FREDERICK A. 3IOKCJAN, fresh and always the best. For Pleasantly situated within
earner Spartan is again on the run between you forget your stomach.If I sale everywhere. Refuse substitutes. I :short distance of railway

Eau Gallie and Courtney, touching you have not tried It, send fo- ; REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE.COLLECTIONS. Stick to Ferry'i Seeds and prosper. \' I station. . .

here both ways on Monday,Wednesdays free surprise agreeable taste win 1900 Seed Annual free. Write for it. ; i: TRANSIENT RATES REASONABLE.

and I Fridays. The Wand )people are now 409 SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists. Stenography, Typewriting.NOTAKY ; D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit. Mich. :
with 1 1prl'tty trans- Pearl Street, New York. ., I Special weekly or
conveniently supplied 5Oc. and $J.00 ; all druggists. PUBLIC. TITt.YILU FLA. ', :', -:' :: -' : ,-:',-'>;-' : .'.
I monthly rates.....


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<-' ) ; 1rmrOrmR A1SG.:- .. I II I where"brie'day"'settlement of'build-: A. compromise between these conflict J ; I ., : ,

L I Ings devoted to. religious East Coast Pio"
educational and
views of'the' functions'of: Eipnda; "
i t! :.., .. useswill clusterjarOund. the piojectedCzithediai ing true ; ,\ :
Ed library result In' the ;
,' : ; :Sqme ; ;: 'raeiftiee Of The congress may ; s. w .-Il;
of St. and .
,.".<' ,' t Na'tionaf* .. iiSRecial .t' ; 'eter, ft popular: circulating, use oft ,many of >.': .. .
: ). ? I.-t -? ..IiiOf.thisI: : may write under a later .. '
." J. these books through their loan to the SOUTH BOUND (Bead DowZ In Effect 1m (Bead NORTH BOUND., '
fir, '.:', correspondence. of;The,.Florida, Star.. date. : **, ; Washington Public library ; ) Sept.8. Up) .
J1I' Washington: as I, have said ,offers m Noll No.3SlNo.85 No.78 No.32 No. try: .
r'fJ i'Y ASllL'\GTOoi-Oct 1C. The relations of' nation' and .. e;
< That Wash capital ya Daily Daily Dal 7 No. 28. STATIONS. No. 28. Doily Daily Daily .' ho.. ,;
;; ;' .logton still retains its 'ai.t": peculiar advantagesFfor advanced 'are' such as' to make the Washington P. O.... exSu580a e:8u .- I .. '
prcrtlsa tt2
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r'.- t. study '-l i''iv i-y'/d pu1.mentof humanknowledge. a0 .... ...... 4 Oop lUCGaLv......... Jacksonville .......Ar -4 30p615p 1016a906a- -...... 3. .
: .\:>- 'seat of_ learning is amply attested, bl. libraries Public library in principle as much of ...... 515p 11 lOa Ar....... St. Augustine .."..,..Lv 621)p: .....;. "
.: :;- -the matriculation''rolls 'o'rthe': ;-raribtu' .,: ,Here. are great : a government institution as the library Q) ...... 520p557p: lllSa LT.....,S'.AuUStine..Ar 9 Ola ...... 'tig
: museums and 'scientific collections, = E ...... 1149a .......... Hastings ..?>.....Lv 54dp 829& ...... tt: ro 0 ': t c61p
j jr. : educational Institutions of the cst!"' :Li'i : Which of, congress. By continuing to, develop .... ...... 1200 Ar.:.....East Palatka........ 525p 812a _: p 0 t
i .capital' for : ..,,"" ,"" -are' important educational.,.auxiliaries. the latter along its natural lines "fI ...6JCQ .. -...... i4vp -12 SOp 4r .........faiaika..LvLv -5wp ? 4oa ...... Z .-
: ". the academic year jusTLe. ,Nowhere .are these helps to as great reference, library for scholars 0 H. ...... 560p735p U4Ua ...........Palatka...... ...Ar Slop 8Soa631a ...... c+ 0 Cr11
;-: :: ginning. There are alcady many oi culture, more extensive and varied and students 'and by rendering m ... ,........ H&teo..L' .-. .... 600.- ....... 0 w.-to2.
> 'these than ,h 'e. 'Another "addition1' to these Eo4 c.= 0 ...:. 665aAr: ........: San m.Ateo.........Ar 7 Sop4Q2p ... .: Q 3. '
covering a wide! rsnga cf studj available for ;:::; == !' Q .
facilities .will public use'its circulating Eo4 ...... 6 lop lop Lv....... EastPalatlta.........Ar 5':5p S1JaP cs r
and offering peculiar' advantages, and be the new Washington books through, that medium of the m '" .,.. 9 422p 126p ..Onnond...........Lv II f2a ...... 0 0 ;
constant Public ,library the building ,for which Public' : ? m ...... 755p806p ISTp II ...........Daytona...........," 3 Sip ...... .Or' tIt Fit i
additions are being made tc In'course I Washington library as the na tI.2' 4 ...... 147p II .......:.PortOrange.:......;II 341p 621a60Ua ...... 1.- '
their number and facilities. This if Is now , Is i tional local lending library the nation H a 826p 210p II ........New Smyrna. ...... 3-JOp 2S5p233p 0 tI2 4
of course not to be compared with the trill fraction 8: d 553a630a ...... 233p: II ...........Oak HillTitusville............ II SOOp ...... =- et- Pi
waste of
especially true of the great Catholic in of no its library resources ms .... HOOp II .......... ........... II 225p ...... IMp p .V :SrJ'J
stitution, which has developed intc great library congress, but it;will be and instead of permitting a .. .. .. .. 3S9p : ..........City Point.. : loop ....... ...... p, "
no mean addition to Washington's lit- ...... ...... S46p ...........Cocoa........:.. 147p.. .. ...... 0 .
magnificent proportions in the last few and thousands of miscellaneous volumes to w .CIS f.t ..... ........ 350p II ..........Rockledge.4 143p ...... .. .. ... td... tFi
sears and which makes WashingtoiECTIOX : erary artistic attractions. This remain unused on the shelves they will .,.;If. 0 ...... ...... 4.Op II .........Eau GaliieMelbourne........... II 113p :..... ...... ..crq...... .
is the outcome of a gift of $350,000: ( all be a w ............. 429p509p II ........:. ............. II lOOp ...... ...... CI = to
,Andrew rendered moat fully available ...... ...... 504p II ...........Rosela d...-.-...;... II 1226p .-.-.... .:.:.. P to Q ..'
from Carnegie for a public library both reference and circulatingpurposes .Q2d ............ II Se"-3.UW&t'+ift_ ).)0)0'...... ...... .... ......... s
building at the national! capital. ...... ...... 558p II ........ St. Lucie.......... II llSia1125a ...... ...... =- .
The foundation for the benefit' of the people of Q2 Q ...... ...... 6 Oop II .........Fort Pierce.........". ...... ...... -- C L.I rI
work for the building the republic. SAMUEL HUBBABD. 0 ....... ...... 627p631p II ........... AID WHS ........... 1104a ...... ...... 1 .. sa .
has .been, completed and the contract '. QH ...... ....... II ............Eden .......... HOOa ...... ...... CI 04 1 r
has been ............. 635p .. ............ Jensen............ I055aI045a ...... ...... 1' '
awarded for the superstructure It is well to know that IkWitt's Witch .-..... m ...... ...... 645p. II ............Stuart............ II ............. 1 !
which it is hoped to have completed Hazel Salve will heal burn and the o ........ .. 715p II .....Hobe Sound......... II I014a...... ...... tI2 V _
a stop Q a.. ..... ....... 728p II .......West Jupiter........ II ...... .....:
within the coming year. Tha pain at once.: It will cure eczema and d....... ...... 80.>p II .....West Palm Beach...... II .............. ..a-.o fEo4
contract is for $277,000, which with skin diseases and ugly wounds and sores s ...... ...... 827p836p ..'...... Boynton ... II .:.... ...... =y '
foundation It is certain for counterfeitsmay :: ...... ...... Delray .. .. ...... 1002a.. ............ '1..
the cost of the omitted items, a cure piles, 03 ........,..... II 2.1p: ........Fort Lauderdale...... II ... .......... =-
iit -11 work, commissions to architects be offered you, see that von get the ...............10(Cp II City........ ..:;.......... P :.
and'superintendent.of constructicn anJ original DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, .1 ...... .. ... .lOI5pAr..Miami. . ... Lv .. .. .. ,.. .. j
Wilson & Son. Huffett Parlor Cars on Trains 3o; and 1 _- r-
miscellaneous will exhaustthe -
Ii expenses,
i I I1lilil o t $ OUOO, donated for public library Between Jacksonville Pablo Beach and Mayvort...... .. .: _.

purposes by Mr. Carnegie.The No'. No.25Sun DailyNo 15 No.16DaUy| 1 No.28 '
Sun STATIONS. Dai1yaSnn
building will stand In the centerof only only exu ex Su exu only 3

Mount Vernon square, east and 630p 2< p206p I): 'lea/: Lv. ..........:....Jaeksonville..Ar 745a737a oiwp 6wp638p _:
538p 823a Ar. .............So. Jal'ksonville..Lv 737a 45tp 552p ......
west, but is to approach at its rear ;. 7 Oop730p 235300D 6U>p 850a ..............Pablo Beach .......... '" 710a 425p 525p .... 1 k
close to the north line of the square. .P;, 630n 913a ..... ... .. .Mayport. .. .. ... ... II 64oa loop SOOp ...... 0Be't.veen '
thus placing considerable park space r : V
New Smyrna and Orange) Between Titusville and Sanford. V
OP THE EXTERIOR OF TflE NEW TRINITY south of the structure and enhancing '
City Junction. : STATIONS. : Nol
COLLEGE. its architectural effect as its long r Nol i32opLv. STATIONS. |No.2. ''i'\AAi.'Lv.' .. .. ....::. Titusville ::':.-.Ar 25P '% '

the most important seat of Catholic south front and main entrance are ap ....... ..New bnyrrna.........Arl 65up 7 Ida ............ ...... ........ 112P. .
learning in the country. The twelfth proached.The ., tr 436p ....... .Lake Helen.........LvIoWpj454p 8a:! 1" ............OSteen.. ......... 1157a
trt ..... .Orange City. | 524p 85tra ,. ....Enterprise.......... II 1135a. *
academic year of the Catholic Univer structure to be provided under /eGry SOJp,Ar ...Orange eCityJunction.... I o lop.. 93JaAr ,..:.... :5anford. .. ..... .. II 1100a.
city of America was begun a few days the contract and now in course of construction t''t +. Wi All trains between New Smyrna and Orange 'iAll trains between Titusville and Sanford

ago with the largest attendance in its is to consist of a rectangular City'nnctiou daily except Sunday. I daily except: Sunday. llm

history. The polyglot character of the central pavilion. 111 feet 5 inches long These Time Tables show the times at which trams may be exDfccei to arrive and depart
from the several stations,but their arrival or departure at the times stated ii not guaranteed ,
student body is quite remarkable, em (north and south) and 02 feet 10 inches rr c..Ys4c'TRAD < nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising

bracing, as it does, Cubans, Porto Ricans broad, with equal wings, east and eMARK therefrom.

.F I Frenchmen, Spaniards, Germans, west, respectively, each C3 feet G j :
Peninsular and Occidental S. S. Co. :
Japanese, as well as representatives inches long (north and south) and ol ". '.,,

from the various states of the Union. feet 10 inches broad. The structurewill BALKE'SLIVE CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. .. t .

The Catholic University of America thus have a maximum width on HAVANA LINE. -

will ere long have a sister institution the basement line of 219 feet 10 inchesat .
Leave Miami Tuesdays.............11.00 p. m. Arrive Key West Wednes'lays.....11.03 a. m. ?
entirely worthy of it in the new Trinity its front (east and west) and a OAK Leave Key West Wednesdays....... .30p.m. Arrive Havana 5.00 a. m. '
college, an institution for the higher maximum depth of 111 feet 5 inches in Leave Havana Thursdays.... ......10.40 a. m. Arrive Key West>t Thursdays ....... 5.30 p. m. )
Leave Key West Thursdays. ....... 6.30: p. m. Arrive Miami Fridays.." ... .. ...... 6.80 a. m. #
education of young women, the main its central pavilion on the north and '

building of which is now receiving Its south line. KEY WEST LINE. ,

finishing touches. It is announced thai The exterior stonework will be of WHISKEY Leave Miami Fridays...............11.00 p. m. Arrive Key West Saturdays. .........11.00 a. m.
i it will be ready to receive students 011 white marble, the basement being of Leave Key West kundaysw........ .. 6.30p.m. Arrive Miami a. &.3tJ a. m. t
Passengers for Havana can cave Miami Fridays ll.U p. m., arming ,Key Wesjr Saturdays .
Nov. 1, and on Nov. G it will be dedi Medford pink granite. The interior
11 fit)a. m.. and remain in Key West until 9.-OJ p. m. Sunday following, and at that time lean 4
cated by Cardinal Gibbons, who is es will not be as elaborate as was first SOFTENED BY ACE. on the.steamship "Olivette" arriving Havana Monday morning :,'.-j iv:'.1"- .'

officio president of the advisory board planned but It will be unusually at. For copy of local time card address any Agent. i

of the college. This institution Is un tractive notable feature of which Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition. --- ---- -- -- . -- --

der the auspices of the Sisters of Notre will be the white marble staircase. -.I
4 Dame, who have for some years been The building will be entirely fireproof Is the best and purest

conscientiously at work soliciting aid throughout, solidly and strongly constructed ...QUICK TIME

for the construction of the building and in sold
every way a truly mon Rye Whiskey SOUTHERN -TO-
which is now about ready for occupancy. umental and permanent structure appropriate S>!

Through the efforts of this little I for its purposes: as a public in the South.R. WASHINGTON, ,.

band of ardent workers much enthusiasm library building in' a public square. BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA
has been aroused for the college, The book stack will be made entirelyof : F. BALKE & CO., Proprietors, NEW, YORK; ,

and enough funds are now In the treasury steel and Iron and with glass or mar ,
: to defray all the expenses for the ble decks. It will be five stories of CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, V. t

completion of the main building something seven feet each in height and have a Orders mailed to our bead office will be
filled from our nearest accredited distributor, ATLANTA '
over 100000. This building will capacity of about 204,500: books. ,

accommodations for about 100 The of Mr. ---- BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS
afford acceptance Carnegie'sgift ,

students besides apartments for the of a library building carries with Wood's See. CHATTANOOGA

congregation of sisters and teachers. it the pledge of suitable maintenance R A Il W A Y )
The plans of the college were made by of the library by congress; upon which HOW TO GROWBermuda I I

'8i.ter1: a f)' of Notre Dame, and she the donation was conditioned. Con West.
And all Points East and ;
has given personal supervision to the gress, acting as the District's legislature Onions

-construction of the new structure. will undoubtedly fulfill this I ?

The college site, which was purchased pledge. The new library.. has alroadvV'L i i profitably and satisfactory. Full infornintio- CJNO OTHER LINE AFFORDSt) > .
of practical i :
three ago; by the alumna and fir %;"..y ": : giving the experience growers SERVICE LIKE .r'
years 'r: .., ... .a ,: ":;rn. contained in Wood's Descriptive Fall Catalog .
friends of the Sisters of Notre Dame, "."l'ff//,, / /I //;< "''> ='- \\\'!I!,/,,1,1t I"" just issued. This Catalog also tells about all
'" % "' \ 06. Seeds for Fall sowing and contains much u:-e-
is well adapted for a campus. The: .r'lf, Ii /" -", '1-- ful and valuable information both for Truck. THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS )'
main building, about which there will I yrtlr/h" '-tP "" ers and Farmers about crops that can be crown
\\\ \\l\\ \'!" : 11'q'l' in the Fall. Catalog mailed free upon request. Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C. ;
be grouped several auxiliary buildings ,t1.:': '4 Write for it. .

is: constructed on a high elevation and \1\ \ ,. \ .,11\\\\ ( '\' ';'.\,' THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL,
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with trimmings \ W I', \"'I" .\ \ "I., I I'II'.\ .\\\. .. ... .L T W. WOOD & SONS Ssedsnen t
is of Port Deposit stone 1\.:.. : tlfj Jl1z Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. i .
of North Carolina granite and a ... ,. ...; .,, ; ,, RICHMOND VIRGINIA.O. .
+; ,
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roof of celadlne tile. The view from = = = -;,; --- -= :..: .:: '"" !"I. THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED,
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the college is picturesque and attractive )'::: oe-':, '-.=;_:: -IIIJ _r'l1IC --11'.1'_ W. CONNER Via Jesup.
overlooking on the north the Catholic w"' ,,,,1.2.f.JJ .
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university and the extensive parkof Grower of Orange and Grape Fruit Trees I THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS, -

the United States Soldiers' home Both Budded and drafted on Sour Via Jesup. "

while on the south rise the domes of Orange and Rough Lemon Roots.
1t 1tilt OckUaluFlorida.. ,.
the national capitol and the Congressional Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room
a ,r1 1 To our patrons and those eouteuiplatingrlant- :
library. The Smithsonian Sleeping Cars Through Coaches Elegant Dining Cars. ; .
ing orange, grapefruit and lemon groves ; ... ,.
and the great department L on the east coast : ..
buildings are also in full view. TIll'uuxili1' ? 4?"<*I TLl'lr21 1 We wish toaumnuice that our grafted and Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Cincinnati,' 0., ;
to be erected and 4JnU r r budded trees, promise fair to lie math better ;. '
buildings _j. ; I_ i via Asheville, N.C., and Knoxville through "THE LAND OF THE. .SKY. .
equipped as soon as the money is subscribed than ever before and we would urge themto .
place their orders for trees before the fall .
are a science building, art rush, antI in thatay be sure of getting exactly Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated t

school music hall gymnasium and residence what they want both as to size and in Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville. i..

building for use in case the present variety.We ,.
have full line of orange and grapefruit ; -
building; becomes overcrowded.AYitu trees, including \Valten, linen, Marsh SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS at Very leI Rates on Sale Juan 1 to Sept. 30,1900''I
the completion of these buildings :
Seedless, Jocylen Triumph and Florida .,
there will be accommodations for OUO Seedling Grapefruit: Parson Brown, Honiosa For rates schedules and Information, call on or address

students, and they will afford especial '*, 1'ineapple. Seedless Majorca Jatf, W. T. COSBY T. P. A..
Ruby. St. :Michati Maltese Straight. Madame .
facilities for the higher: education of Yini'. Paper Uhind, Tantitt'antI Saufortl'sMediterranean 212 West Bay Street, Jacksonville,Fla.

young; women. The endowments will .. .... Oranges, and for novelties we J. M. GULP, W. A. TURK, *. H. IIABDWICK ,

be sufficient to Injure an efficient corpsof MAIN PORTION OF THE NEW WASHINGTON r have the Tangerine. Satsuma Kumquat. Traffic Manager, Gen. l'a,, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.,
teachers and the faculty will be: enlisted PUBLIC LIliliAKY. Washington Navel and Mandarin Oranges. \\ashington.D.C. Wnshmuton. I) c :aata. Ga..
wi'l be for the
Our trek ready delivery by I
from the most experienced and about _0.u00 volume. There is j goof 1 I first Of Sei'teimVr. but we advice November;
capable members of the Sisters of Notre I PWSIll'tt} that legislation will bo secured -. and December planting as trees planted at .. .. A A AAA A A A A A A AAAAJXA 7.AAAAwwAa.aaaaa.asaa.a .

Dame. The authorities claim that from congress; which will turn over that time, aie in the J-e",t i>o,, ible condition, a Gardeners and Truck Growers t"SAVE ANDYA auYiNQ t"l
being perfectly dormant.
the standard will in every way be to the library the Miscellaneous books It will piy you to wait for our stork. as it C C

equal to that of Yassar, Smith V. flics- not necessaryfor reference anti oilieial is mostly i>n 5 year old stock, and ,by November << ron

Icy" I'.ryn Mawr or any other cf the use in tlll'.h'partllll'Htallillrarh'-*. These will be from 5 to 7 feet tall, and will UMMEP
from 5 1 im'h in diameter and all
caliber to
leading schools for young women. number between L'O.Ui'O! and :;:11,1100.i > : i I
our grafted tree will bo fully hrandll.t1.11.1
Among the prominent women who Their withdrawal from the :;OL1.noll volume more than equal to any two year bud in the PALLBERMrn .

have taken especial interest in Trinity > of the departmental libraries state. : 4 I .,

college and have contributed ;generously woUhlllllt injure the latter technical: Our grafts were all cut from bearing trt ,'>. ; QANTINciGESrISE
and came out full of fruit first growth this c
for the new building; are Mrs. reference collections for otlirial) use spring, and we haw saved several specimensof << :!

Thomas II. Carter of Montana, Mrs. but would cause the Was;uiiituii;! Public -I fruit for exhibition to our visiting cus- C I'

Maurice Francis Egan; Mrs. W. C. Kob- library to become a jreneral departiPtntal tgmers.We c a OMOV SKKD AND. Sn.Y. LFNTINK AND Rr!KC'rR BEANS: 1 1C
invite correspondence and careful in MAT':HI.FSS ISD MUSKY MVKEP T'MTO. Kn; FT. i
Seward Miss for the enjoyment and .
inson Miss Olive Uisley library
Marie E. Patterson and Miss Ella Loraine free circulating use of all the employees You- n'rv truly. : ONLY HIGH GRADE TESTED SEED OFFERED. I Ic

Dorsey, all of whom are members in all the departments. THE OCKLAWAHA NUKSEUIES, fyLargest Combined Seed and Nursery house in'' South.

: of the auxiliary board of regents.: There i is also a possibility of securing O. W. Conner, Prop. C THE pmlOs.t'R..KIUE I ADDERS THE GRIFFING BROS. CO.. I
of SEED FARMS { Catalog.: fre*>. Jacksonville t
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facilities of Washington is the some of the duplicates, copyrighted or PARKER'S --

National Cathedral school, the first uncopyrijihted; in the library of con HAIR BALSAM C a T o R, I .& To PATENT Good Idsas

cathedral gress. The creation of a circulating [Cleanser and a llUurian&beauufiei growth.the h&lr.Promotel Bears theSignature the Kind You Have always Bought our may alt be secured Address by,
of the latter library has Never Fails to Restore Gray
i. department Hair to its Youthful Color. THE PATENT RECORD
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1aL L<- 'C CURRENT LOOftI t l LRCONICS. Smyrna.Dr. M. Dixon telegram was Wednesday called to afternoon New-I i l LRTEST( NEWS 'IND INCIDENTS: city Rev.H.Keigwin Tuesday, returning, of Orlando from,a was trip in down the COUNTY: COMMI88IONR[ MEETING( '

: returning yesterday. the coast in regard to matters connected >-

t. '- 'Brief Mention of What Is ,Going On In At the Georgiana M. .E.".church next Matters of Interest That Are Happening with the Presbyterian churches.Mr. Official Account of Their Proceedings in -

1.- and About\ TitaiTille. Sunday, the pastor, Rev. A. C.Sirdefield, Around Tow 'I' C.H. Walton, of the Advocatewhohas Session This Week. .

E. L. Brady returned from Miami Sat D. V., will preach morning and evening. Geo. Wray, the piano tuner, will visit been on a six-weeks' vacation in New The board of l'Ountyrommfssioners '

urday. Mrs.Anderson,of Stuart, after spendinga the east coast in November.Mr. York and North Carolina, returned home net: in special session Monday, October

week with her mother Mrs. .Nettie ( Monday, having had a most pleasanttime. .5- according to section 19, election laws -
Send your watches for repairs to W. M. and Mrs. F.S".: Chaffee paid a short
Woodward,Titusville. Work guaranteed. Feaster, of LaGrange, returned home visit to Palatka the first of the week. C>.f the state of Florida. Present, J. R.

-- Sunday afternoon, by her Archdeacon B.F. Brown will hold divine talker. chairman; Mendel; William ;
accompanied .
Quite a number of Holiness band mem mother. Dr. G. W. Holmes, of Sharpes, was in ;I services in St.Gabriel's church,Titusville, H.[ Sharpe, R.A. Conkling and J.N.Val- '

bens arrived Sunday afternoon. Titusville Saturday.. with Communion 1 er; A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. P. Brown, .,
Sunday next, Holy
We learn that Mr. Wyatt L. Brown I Ion .
A.A. Ford of St. Lucie, our game and and Mrs. Julia residentsof J. P. Sawtelle, of Hardeeville, made a at 11 a. in.; .also at St. Mark's church, sheriffs '

fish wardenwas in Titusville from Saturday Titusville B.Gray married, recently in Jacksonville flying trip to the county seat Saturday. I Cocoa, at 7:30 p. m. The following business was transacted:
The "
; until Monday. Sunday and will make their home Wp learn that__n__ ft,. deG_ Schuyler.. ,of-- Mr. W. M. Brown and wife and Miss .and all registration books were examined '

A. M. Holshoueer, of Orlando, arrived in that part of the state. Congratulations Canaveral.expects to leave soon for New Louise and Master Mark arrived home persons not entitled to have their v

Monday afternoon and has accepted a of TUE STAR follow them. York for a vacation. Saturday from their summering in New I names on be these were stricken off, the
]names published
according to law.
position with THE STAR.S. | Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds and little Master George Scobie, who has been at York and Connecticut. We are pleased to The following persons were appointedto ,

G. Vanlandingham left Monday afternoon Grant for awhile came home last Friday see them with us again.
: daughter, Mabel, arrived home from Bal I act as inspectors and clerks at the

for Cocoa in the interest of the timore Tuesday afternoon,, having been and returned Sunday to resume his du Miss Parkhill, of Wilmington, N. C., I election to be held November 6th, 1900:

Bond Lumber Co., returning Tuesday.Asa absent from the city since July. She has ties. who has charge of a department in our Precinct No. 1-L. A. Coleman, F. A.

Wingate now has two drays for just made a tour of western New York, Five new engines will soon arrive in public school, arrived Wednesday afternoon ,Strahan, Harry Roberts; clerk, T. A. t ;Y

hauling and a horse and buggy for hire. stopping at Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Wat- St. Augustine/ for service on the Florida having been delayed slightly by ill- Johnson, Jr.PrecinctNo.. i

Prompt attention and reasonable pricesto kins Glen, and other points of interest, East Coast railway during the coming ness. She is stopping at Mrs. Gould's. 2-J.C. Jones, G.F.Duren,

all. with her friends.Mrs. and Miss KeyworthJ. season. i Master Rufus Robbins returned. from George W. Scobie; clerk, A.Cleveland.

W. E. Vanlandingham: has purchasedthe I. W. Oast, supervising inspector of Mrs. J. T. Davis and daughter, Mrs. his trip to North Carolina Wednesday afternoon Precinct No. 3-J.D. Hatter, J. P. Saw

dray business of J. T. Price, closing steam vessels for the Atlantic coast southof Geo. Bayles, left Monday afternoon for a having accompanied his uncle telle, William E. Faber;clerk, B. F. Beat "

the trade last Saturday morning. We Philadelphia, with headquarters in month's visit to relatives and friends in this distance on Mr. Paddison and fami- Precinct No. 4-H. S. Williams, Fred.

wish Ernest success in his new venture. Philadelphia, is in Jacksonville on a tour Georgia.T. ly's return from an extended tour in the Fisher, A.Z. Dixon; clerk, E. P. Porcher.

Daniel dentist of Cocoa, expectsto of inspection of the local inspectors' of northern states and Canada. Precinct No. 5-B. J. Stewart, W. J.
L. T. ,
G. Ronald, whq has been spendingsome
return here within the next two or fices. Mr. Oast says that there was great time at Daytona and Sea Breeze, The annual meeting of the State Association Nesbitt. Paddison., W. H. H. Gleason; clerk, GeorgeF.

three days and will spend probably another activity in ship building circles everywhere i stopped over at this place from Friday of Railway Surgeons was held in '
and that contractors were scarcely : Precinct No. 6-. F. Gibbs, A. Good 8
week in Titusville on professional until Saturday on his way home to Lotus. St. Augustine Tuesday and Wednesday.Dr. .
i L. A. Peek clerk
able C. F.
to keep with their orders. ; Campbell
business. B.R.Wilson, of this place, and Dr.W.
Johnnie McCullough lad of about Mr. Gardner has received his new fall L. Hughlett of Cocoa represented the Precinct No. 7-George Washburne,
R.A. Hardee, of Sebastian, one a ,
Captain H.C.Yowell
of the candidates contesting for the posi ten years, who lives with his step-father, stock of novelty dress goods. They are Indian river section at this meet, returning delius. Forrest; clerk, E. Sve-
F. A. took notion strictly in line with the newest winter home afternoon.
of commissioner from the Losley, a to run away Wednesday
tion county PrecinctNo.
fabrics. If are interested oughtto 8-W. C. BraddockSr., F.
from home the first of the you you
week but
fourth district, was in town Mondayand Senator E. N. Dimick and wife and Forster, H.B.Howard clerk B.F.Hardesty.
walking, cross ties was found to be tire- Fee them. ; -
Tuesday. Master Frank, of Palm Beach, were returning .
some work for the little fellow and H J. Sembler and Munshaw
:Messrs. our home afternoon from
In the raffle last Saturday night, Arthur Wednesday Precinct No. 9-A. C. Dittmar, C. F.
Shirley noticed him the track of the left the first of the
near barrel manufacturers,
about five weeks in the north.
spent J. T. Bell
Winston Branning'sOrient clerk .-\.M.
Brown won ; Sample.
Sanford division near Ma towa the fol- weekvia sail boat, for Cocoa. They may
Senator Dimick that he
us re-
and Wade Jones won the Precinct No. 10-T. V. Moore C. A.
bicycle ,
lowing day and brought him home, extend their trip as far as Fort Pierce, turned a little earlier thrn he expected Robinson H.
revolver. The number winning in both W. Richards; clerk, T. J.
and he is
now attending school. .
these raffles was 44. ere on account of the political situation in DeSteuben.

E.E. Rollins of Savannahformerly THE WHITE STORE. Tucker, one of our fish dealers, left Dade. Precinct No. 11-G. W. Drawdy, S. A. ,
Dr. ,
afternoon for Vero where he Hair M.
Monday W. Knight clerk Win. Sloan.
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a resident of Green Cove Spring, arrived We guarantee better goods for less will engage in the fishing business for Married In Sanford. Precinct No. 12-F.C. Poppell G. Roberts
and will probably locate in Ti- than house in ;
Tuesday tusville on account of the change being money any W. J. CRAYFORD.county. awhile. He carried with him six fishing 0n Wednesday of last week at the residence i L. B. Dawson; clerk, \Vm. Reams.

health. boats and their crews. This thins out of Mr. and Mrs.V.. M. Dickins, in Precinct No. 13-Fritz Uhlrich, Peter

"' beneficial to his Public School Opening.Our Titusville's fleet considerably.The Sanford, Miss Janie Montague and Mr Wittfeld, A. Chambers; clerk, A. B. Carter -
last,week's SiAR.Rev.
R As announced in W. R. married. The ; .
band stand was torn down and removed Harney were ceremony
Senterfitt held services in the Baptist public school opened Monday withan Wednesday morning on accountof was performed by Rev. Charles A. Precinct No. 14-George W. Schuyler,

church, this place, Sunday morning and enrollment of over eighty pupils, to its condition, it hardly being safe to Campbell. The bride is well Known in W.R. Sanders, Jahna Lapham; clerk, M.

evening. He preached excellent sermons which new additions! are being received support the weight of the twenty members Sanford and Oriando. The groom is a S. Sams.

and was greeted by fair-sized congrega every day. Our school bids fair to retainits on account of the rotten lumber. young businessman of Miami, of the firm Precinct No. 15-N. N. Penny, 11'. E.

tions. position as the largest and leading August Deiner did the work and the of Chase & Harney. :Mr. and Mrs. liar Chandler' J.H. Hogan; clerk, J.T. Hood.

The north canal bridge on Ridgewoodavenue public school in the county, the enroll- material will be used for stove wood. ney left on the steamer Frederick Denary Precinct No 1G-J. W. Griffis, William

Daytona, gave way Saturday ment always running over a hundred. woods for Jacksonville; thence to Miami! Walton, L. A. Taylor; clerk, C. H. Nau-
of Crenshaw's turpentine
the city teain.driven by Isaac Prof. R L. Moon, of .Monroe.Ua., is principal One their future home.POLITICAL man. ,
riders attempted, a few days ago, to killa
with Miss Bessie
The Bryan, of Nashville Precinct No. 18 {
Humphreys passing: over. wagon -W. L. Frantz, L. S.
stable Ocala.
mule drowned. Tenn., and Miss Parkhill, of Wil negro at Liddon's livery ANNOUNCEMENTS Eldred W. E.
was smashed and one was He arrested and taken before Justice! Saeger; clerk, William H.
The driver escaped with but a few slight mmgton, N.C., as assistants. was Tancre. ,
Crawford, who, on account of the man's
injuries.Mr. FOR COUNTY COMMI.VSIONEK. Precinct No. 19-Peter Bertelsen, J. M.
drunkenness, continued the case. This so
and Mrs. Sherman Singleton, of Monument to ExGoDrew.. incensed him that he shot at the justice The undersigned would respectfully ask Hernden, W.R. Walker; clerk, I... J rgen-

Jacksonville, who have been visiting Editor of The Florida Star: and then attacked him with a knife. A i the support of the Democratic voters of sen.

Sherman's mother at LaGrange, for a lIon. Frank Clark, chairman of the deputy sheriff knocked him down and he i thejcounty at the primary election November Precinct :No. 20-J. N. Chalker, S. A.

week or so left yesterday for Palm Beachto state executive committee of the Democratic is now in jail.Ir.'E.L. 6, for the office of county commissioner :Osteen, R.B Stewart; clerk, J. N.Verner.

winter. During the past summer in Florida has for commissioner's district Precinct No S-RChristfansen, J.M.
spend party taken
stepsto his
presented daughter
Brady ,
) Orrel l II. Larson '
of No. 1. Very respectfully, ; A. Christiansen.
Sherman has been in the employ have erected in the city of Jackson- with
Aline Tuesday a truly
Miss on mag- Precinct No. 22-E.
J. MENDEL. : C. Walker S. T.
the Seaboard Air Line. ville a monument to the memory of K grand piano made by r
nificent upright
Hughes, W. H. Wigfield clerk F. C
Captain Dick Gladwin, who has been Governor George F. Drew, recently de- j Messrs. Kranich. & Bach, of New Yorkof Gifford. ; ,
ceased. To this end the aid of the various FOR COUNTY: CO DlISSIOSEl:.
month here on a the first
or so Luzon mahogany
spending the past the famous ,
county executive committees has been I hereby announce myself as a candi- The board fixed up the election ticket;
visit to his parents, returned to Miami sought. I shall be pleased to receive contributions log received in this country since our date for county commissioner for district had them printed and placed in the different -

Monday afternoon in his launch Hye- from any who wish to honor acquiring these new possessions. The 'I No. 3, Brevard county, and ask the ballot boxes, according to law, and

pus, in time to get it in readiness for the the memory Ex-Governor Drew in this grain of the wood is the handsomest we support of my friends at the Democratic ready for the sheriff to distribute to the
winter's business. D. 15. Pritchard accompanied have ever seen. Miss Aline, who is an primary, November 6th. various precincts.

him for a few day's outing/ way. W.. accomplished musician, is thoroughly I W.; H. SII\IU'- There being no further business thehoard
L. HnillLETT
to return home the last of this: proud of the new insturment, as the tone ,
expecting Chairman Brevard Co. Dem. Ex. Com. with the beautifulcase. I adjourned to meet again October
week. is fully in keeping FOR COUNTY COMMISSION EK. 27th in special session.
Cocoa Fla. Oct. 15th 1900.
Capt. A.M.: Pellett and brother, Beitie, It must tie seen and heard to be ap I hereby announce myself as a candidate
Of course, our local dealer, FLB.11'ager -
arrived Monday afternoon preciated.
of Daytona, Jacksonville's Gala Week. for county commissioner! for districtNo. FOR COUNTY COAIMlSJsIONEK.Captain .
Pellett had : made this sale.
from Canaveral, where Capt. 5, Brevard county, and ask the support R. A. Hanlee, of Sebastian, is ,
been to purchase the six-horse-power The Jacksonville Gala Week association The editor of THE STAR and wife arrived of all Democrats at the primary on before the people as a candidate for

Globe gasoline engine from G. deG.Schuyler. proposes to make a grand celebra- home Tuesday afternoon from the November Gth. J.N. WALLER. county commissioner from the fourth

Capt.Pellett left Tuesday morning tion and carnival in the metropolis from autumnal outing of the Florida Press district. The position i is one of honor, not
for Daytona, carrying with him his Nov. 27th to the 30th. They have added I association which really terminated COUNTY COMMISSIONED :
being a payin one, and being;: in favor of
he having left it in the many new attractions this year, and the I Richmond, but a few of the .
new purchase Monday at At the solicitation of friends I an- trued rl.and all such public improve-. ...
boat Mr. SchuySer used, and will use it program is a most instructive and attractive I members took a two-days' additional trip I nounce myself as a candidate for county mentis, he is willing! to make- some sacrifices F ,

in this manner until he can build a new one. In addition to the celebratedand I down the James river to Norfolk. The commissioner from district::: No. 1, and of his time to look after the welfareof
This sale was brought about by an enjoyable parades, hone races, conventions :- lasted about ten days and
hull. outing was I respectfully ask the support of the Democratic the people, if they choose to call upon
ad. in THE STAR, and still some people of association, trades display, probably the most enjoyable one the association voters of Brevard county. him, and I trust the Democrats of Jlre-

say advertising does not pay. parade of city department?, free shows, i has ever had. In all there were i II III CHV-. 11. NUMVN.FOK ; yard will make that call by their ballots)
etc., there will be a beautiful floral parade in the including 6th.
about forty persons party, j at the primary, on Nov.
Special Meeting.The baby show, automobile races, and I ) the ladies. The party spent one day COUNTY COMMISSIONER.: DESn <"R.\T.
other novel anti unique attractions too in Columbia half I
in Savannah, a day a
board of county coramissioneis By request of friends I hereby announce -
numerous to mention at this time. I in Raleiah and about three day in I my
day Notice.I .
this week to arrange myself candidate for
session countycommi'ioner
met in special \Ve citizen of fair state
hope every our : Richmond. Every prominent point of interest \
for the printing of the official ballot who can will attend and thus help to''I I I in these large cities (three of which I of Brevard county, for district will be at Fort Pierce :\Iontlay,2ntl: ,

for the general election and to receive the make the affair a grand success. Such fare! state capitals) was \iMted. It is not 1 No. 1, and ask the suppoitof my White City Tuesday, 23rd, Melbourne,

same from the hands of the printer and events do much toward advancing the! possible: to ;ghean account of the trip this j: friend-at the coming primary election, 24th, for the purpose} of transferring and
same in ballot boxes for distributionto of the state to advertiseFlorida J|Nov. .)th. restoring voter that
place interests helps I week on account of the extra press: of limo B. G. ) any may want to
the various precincts by the as a people of life, ready to help: other work hearing upon} the coming i j I \ be transferred. :
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They accomplished this adjourned everyone move along in prosperity and. election that has to he attended to, but j I i *OIS STATE'S ATTOKNEY. TOM JOHNSON Co< KMH TT, '
force has 1
yesterday afternoon. TILE S'r.\R shows that we are a happy and contented I we hope to gin an account of the trip in j i Supervisor of Kejristiation.
been busily engaged for the past two people. !i I hereby announce myself: a candidate j

days printing these different ballots, I next week's paper. .____ i iI I for state attorney of the"eventh judicial WANTED
work the reader must make I ''circuit; of Florida, and I icspettfully request Men to cut cross ties. Call or write,
which extra This is the season when mothers art I !
: I Mr. Flagler ItegMers. Contractor, Box 200, IJoseland, Fla. \
allowances for, as it has taken some time alarmed on account of croup; it is quickly : the support j of the Democraticotersoftheciicuitfortheplace

from our paper this week. cured by One Minute Cough Cure, which!r I : Ma. H. M. Flakier l made himself a'I' :, \ at the FOR SALE.

children like to take,, \\ l:50n5011: I' qualified \'oterawl citizen of Dade county ': primary to be held on Nov. Gth, 11)00.JAME !) Lightwood, poets for pineapple sheds, f

Challenge; Accepted.Sir --- -- by registering at West Palm Beach last 1). BLCUSOII windbreaks and fence posts. Write for
Lipton's i
Xew Street Railway for 'nUIIIHl,, week. This carries out to the fullest extent !special prices in car lots. Address F. W.

Thomas Lipton's challenge for the : what lie has claimed all along viz: ; *' STATE'S _\TTOl Xln-. White, agent; for F. H. Allen, Roseland: ,
accepted by the New Tampa is to have a new street rat:l Wl\r ; Fla. !
Ame-iica's cup was The line will connect West Tam. '! that he is a citizen of Florida and calls 1 At the solicitation of many friends ;
At a -
York Yacht club Wednesday. special system. his home. Although Mr. Flagier hast throughout the circuit, I announce GASOLINE EXGms.: 1
club held for the and the fourth ward of Tampa. Th meeting of the resolutions pui-- pa track willl start about the center of Wes; : already done great things for Floridai : as a candidate for state's attorney of Illustrated folder free. Address W. P. I
the challenge,
of considering man-it is ; circuit of Florida i UNDERWOOD, Agt., Roseland Fla.
pose the terms of which r I Tampa and run east to the lIillsborouglI l i, more than any other indicated the :Seventh judicial ---- -- \i
were ; his action above that he will continue and respectfutlly request the support of --
where it will cross on a new bridgi e by Pure : '
the commodore of the club i is authorizedto I PplW1 ; Perfect Whto- i;
committee to formally! accept which will span the stream at Michigai 1 I his immense developments along the east the Democrats:: at the primary election key H.\ : Every bottle guaranteed ;

appoint a of the Royal UlsterYacht avenue. The expenditure for the net\1 coast. Florida is very proud of him as a i ordered for November Gth, WOO. Alll'KU.. Sold by P. A. Loslev: an I R. !
challenge 1
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club. I line is now placed at $:-30,000 to Hart with. j i citizen and a benefactor. i JOHN C. J05&J ;. L. )IolloTituS.iUe, Fla. i
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J.. : "' :.....,.!..!, .iGENEEAL' IREGTORt'tt :?.- Is placed In the regular:army on_proba 1KE ifOME GOWNS figured taffeta ,=and this: had three raffles ;-- Arrest -; .; <-' ,:?1
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:t -& \t :-S'! .... > :.......1<. '-., tion for a period of six months; then : : and reach was literally covered J
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." f '0'i'F ,. ; v: 'q'- : SOCIETIES- ETC.TTTUSVILLE ad advanced according to merit.if with lace?and insertion. At intervals disease by the V timely use of
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't : '" t At the;storming of, Tlen- slp the Japanese IretQH ule Dresses to Take the Place there were tiny bows of pale blue rib- Tutt Liver Pills an old and
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,.; :: ; f *Jones,'president :J. H. Dixon, treasurer J
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mine before the and In occasions" favorite increasingpopularity.
: principal gate where lady Is remedy
or a :
"JJ j : t ;:<;.-Bast, secretary; ;;' "" night in each month at their moms lighting the fuse, but for some unaccountable NEW YORK la expected to wear her very best. The
! t ; : :.* ., a ; uct. -For those wno Always cures I

: ; :: "' \. *] .-Indian River lodge'o. 90,'alga da i reason the fuse burned down are tired of the everlasting 'wrapper, mercerized cottons are now generally

. ,; )" ': 1::.. its meetings the second and fourth Friday to within about an, inch of the mine with its bungling watteau in the back adopted for all everyday requirements.White SICK HEADACHE,

'k t :sI -.ft'- ', evenings of each month at the court boose and then went out. Volunteers were and Its ,sailor collar, there 'is hope of 'underwear is now in favor again malaria

-;",v. A.A. Stewart'W.M.; F. A. Morgan Setfy,_ called for to relight, it, and the entlcom'pany something better, and it is with real after several years of neglect, and all sour stomach, indigestion :.1

.:...' 1 "... '* stationed at that point re- those who the dainty chemises liver constipation ]
'S.. .s, CHUBCHES.EPISCOPAL ; pleasure that, I give ,the readers of gave up torpid
' I', sponded. One man was selected who In favor of a vest and combina-
T this pictures of two new and pretty gauze
oji i :'., CHUBCH.-Rer. B. F. Brown, ran up to the'gate, lighted the fuse under house dresses. tion corset waist are now seeking pret- and all bilious diseases. ,
fi :( '. Sector.Services second and fourth Sundays They take the place of ,
. <> '_ in each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. a terrific small arm fire and then the old wrapper, but 'they go much ty chemises like their mothers (used to TUTTS Liver PILLS j

} : : : :: Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a. m.: started to return but the mine, was too farther ,toward 'dressiness' than any wear. And pyjamas are no longer considered 1J
quick ,for him. and they never found
':.. could. In fact just right for a girl.
wrapper ever they
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; I :" : .:: .. PRESBYTERIAN even a piece of his body., Usually when a woman passively allows i:
' ; I I :. ; ;' Hughes, pastor. Sunday: school, 10 a. m.; could be worn even when there is OLIVE HARPER. ?
While I out the line herself to be loved from the start a
was on carrying "
y: F <: Preaching<< 11 a. m. and ::30 p. m. Prayer "company. r

'fz r- .- meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. dispatches during the first day's fight The shape is so easy and so pretty The best method of cleansing the liveris man doesn't consider the game worth

: : .,{ the Japs had begun to carry away the use of the famous little pills knownas the ammunition. I r
1 t BAPTIST CHURCH-Preaching at Fitusville I that if the material is one suitable for

4; I "l. second Sunday in each month,morning and their wounded most'of them hit at extreme the purpose it becomes a neat and tidyas DeWitt's Little Early Risers, easy to A Lima Alan's Testimony. _it

"i ,f.: evening. Prayer meetings every 'Wednesday range by shrapnel. I passed pile well as dressy affair. In the illus- take, never gripe, Wilson & Son. )

I l-:,; *. evening at 7:00 o'clock. Sunday school after pile of wounded and dead Saps, I have obtained excellent results from ;
tration the dress at the left is made of A man never thinks he is as bad as he
Indianola It ;
9:45 Cure.
< ( "t\: : every Sunday at a. m. on and after delivering my message toGeneral the use of Foley's Kidney relieved -
the first, figured French flannel and the color is really is.
r the fourth Sunday LaGrange on my back-ache and severe pain i
I ', Chaffee. who was well in adVance
Sunday. E. N. BELL Pastor green on mode, a combination extremely the It toned
: .. I started to return and during i iWoman's Rights. over hips. up my system
'I J.UMickler artistic. There are white stripes and gave me new vim and energy. I regard }
.. METHODIST CHUBCH.-Bev. return I did ,
my trip not see a single Woman's first inalienable is free-
:. :. Pastor. Services first and third Sundays in along the design. The same shape wasmade right it as an honest and reliable remedy
;: each month at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; dun- wounded Jap on the field so expedi- in a pretty pale old rose and dom from headache, nervousness and for all kidney diseases. It makes no --

I !' ...' 's.:.; day school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Ep- tious had they been in carrying them green challie, and around the bottom constipation that so often makes her life false claims but does what it says when '

i t '- worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m.; back to the first dressing station and miserable. The chief cause of these trou- given a fair trial. I certainly recommendit.

':*, '; Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p. from all the: wounded I passed-I guess like the other, there was a flounce of bles is stomach disorder. Dr. LoyalFloyd's Wm. Finn, 447 Elida Road, Lima, 0.
i : m.; Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednes- tucked silk mull edged with lace. The Dyspepticide is the new and
there were over 200-1 heard not per- B. R. Wilson: Son.
.. V. .' ,day at 3:00 p. m. Everybody welcome. one sack was quite a long one and sIm- fect cure for these ills. B. R. Wilson
_, ;- single groan. The dead seemed to be
r t TOWN DIRECTORY. ia little The only fault I haveto ply belted in with a ribbon to match. & Son. X is one of the most important letters '
/ '. ...- .. Around the neck is a plaited sailor collar -
if- ..: t-'iF TOWN OFFICEBS. D. Penney, mayor find with their method of fighting is Hope is described as a fair woman bya in the alphabet. Any man, unless he is

..' t' '* ._' ,-' M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector, insufficient deployment. of the mull and this is edged poet. No wonder hope. is so frequently blind, can see through a window, but

r >' ..:: .' C. S. Schnyler clerk and treasurer; John While at Tien-tsin the first sergeantof with lace, through which is run narrow disaD Ointing. few men are able to see through a widow.
p A ,: ,1 Henry, assessor D. L Gaulden. F. A. Los- black ribbon and this is fastened in

,., \. ,," ley, J.M. Dixon W R. Knox Jno. R. Walker oar troop had been around the'arsenal front with three small square buckles.
{ councilmen. The council meets first rustling ana brought in some of
i -- The sleeves are narrow bishop shape,
l! q -: Tuesday in each month. the most curious articles. They evidently
r i the easiest there to make. Finished "THE BABIES' FRIEND." iOR of
'. : /, ', are a quarter a century
t.' ., had e Siren of
or something
.r : i; COUNTY DIRECTOIY.A off with lace as they are they are I and
Foley's Honey
... A the: sort in there as he brought in a I[

r; ; ", ,. COUNTY OFFICERS.-D.1,.Gaulden Titus- quantity of little female shoes made oi exceptionally pleasing. p. -1 i Tar has been curing
h The other dress is also of fine French FOLEYS
, .
ville M. Goldsmith, THUS
i county judge; the finest silk and many little toilet articles babies of croup and
' ; A. A. StewartTitusville flannel which is
:.L vile prosecuting attorney; a very popular mate-
of sil rer. I found for myself whooping cough. In that time
or 1
!', clerk circuit court; J. F. Wooten rial for all sorts of things, chief among
I t ,Cocoa tax assessor E.W. Hall,Sharpes. for the troup orderly room at least, a them being the shirt waists. This : 1i- it has saved thousands of little

: tax collector; John Henry, Titusville number of fiags, German Russian d :7/i lives and it
h ; ... treasurer J. H. Sams, Courtenay superinr French. A ustro dress is cut in one piece from top to IF every year goes on
} tendent public instruction; J. O. Fries Ti Hungarian, Italian bottom and the lining is fitted. The ::5i saving more. Physicians who

" : tusville county surveyor; J. P. Brown Ti. etc., which had been captured by the surplus fullness is laid in close folds I' have tested it know Foley'sHoney

sheriff T. J. Cockshntt LaGrange, Chinese upon the uprising and hidden
registration officer. by them. Personally I made no collec- and tacked and brought to the centerof IHONEf'TAR and Tar is the best medicine

the back and there held under a belt for little folks and
tion whatever beyond a few pieces of fORTHt
of rich black satin ribbon. The p
Titusville chairman;W.H.Sharpe,Sharpes; china and a few antiquated arms, as prevailing much superior to the old time

i Jos. Mendel LaGrange; Jno. Houston &u our orders are very strict indeed color was blue with some pale iTbtCtestrouY&co muriate of ammonia mixtures, so I
J. N.Waller Ankona. Regular sessions pink flowers with their soft green foli-
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: against looting and I have no mind toget often doctors and
t in each month. by ,
are held first Tuesday age. The sleeves are laid in folds to ai4Lu j
. myself in trouble through desire s '
'1 ,. a I the elbow and over the shoulders thereis which are so often ineffective.
' SCHOOL BOAED.-J. M. Dixon. for collecting. I allowed men to I 'u
) COUNTY my go a sailor collar that reaches to the AmJIDBY' It's entirely free from opiates and
" t Titusville; S. F. Gibbs Melbourne, R. E. over to the mint and dig up enough f < it's unconditionally guaranteed.
waist line and is scalloped all along
Minis, Bonaventure. loose silver to buy chickens eggs and a a "j Little folks like it.
the edge, and a row of fine Irish pointis
I bottle of beer apiece: but have given I
. [ set along the edge just inside i so thatit CHICAGO 111 BANNER SALVE is the greatest
I strict orders that no shoes (value $35)))
.L OUR TROOPS 8 I IN G CHINA.I pre to be taken. You understand the lies out on thl''c1't t of the collar. healer known.

was of black velvet and so were
mint was burned to the ground and
the cuffs while the belt
was of
Observations of a Line Officer With The about 1000.000 taken from the ruins B. R. WILSON & SOX.
satin. The ribbon belt seemed to hold __. __ n. _
American Army. and turned over to the: United States
\ the folds in their places but in reality

f Special Corresponds ce of The Florida Star. government and there is supposed to they were fastened so that they fall
be no more there, but from what I
PEKING Sept. 13.-Iii the march to
down nearly to the knees. There are i
Peking and the relief of the beleaguered have seen I am willing to venture that
I : many ways in which these two dresses Strengthens i I II
I could find $100,000 with
a good pick
legations the soldiers of Japan bore may be changed a little so that each i

; a conspicuously heroic their valor and shovel gang.
would be virtually a new design. The ,
1 t "} : and eagerness for the fray being notable ROBERT MACMASTER.It I System,

features of the Incidentally
i \ campaign. -

I ; these same little laps are the May Sate Your Life.
I : : : :::1 Body Brain
: finest soldiers in the world. They are .u ,
t Ado>:e or two of Foley's Honey and t I.. ,
; \: little in stature, but mighty iu deeds. far will prevent an attack of pneumonia I 4

; I They seem to be absolutely without !tip or severe cold if taken in time i and Nerves. I

t fear of death. They are intensely patriotic "'mesepujrhs, (colds croup, la grip, hoarse. I I !

J and there is no army in the 'l'SS. difficult breathing, whooping cough, I I

world which has a mure modern or a incipient consumption, asthma or hron- II If
more complete equipment. To illustrate 'hiti Gives! positive relief in advanced u&ilil j

I ;tages of consumption, asthma or bron i
/ was talking to sm otlicer the
I hitis. Guaranteed. B. K. Wilson &
other evening, and 1 asked after what i
:on /

i, /1. London's "Illii lien" ; :

How many people know why Lon

r ;: don's famous clock is called "m ig I Iw

Idea?" The name in fact i is that tf the

2 2i hour bell which weighs ij: tons 11 )

cwt. and was so called after Sir Benjamin t WINE
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II I Hall, who was first commissioner

i : of works in HmO( the year in which the

..", ,. lock was first set going in the tower.It .

I I, j had, lK) VeVet, been in motion in the F

manufactory for some years before
No other preparation has ever received
that date. Kach of the four dials Ls 22feet :MI; many voluntary testimonials from

t Ii 5 inches in diameter, and the clockis eminent people as the \\orltl-dmons;

H ISO feet above the ground. Thequarters HANDSOME NEW HOME GOWNS. Madam WineGives. . . .
: first mentioned one has a skirt that differs -
t l are struck on four bells
y not at all from any other in shape( .
weighing:: from one ton to four tons
'ach. and the trimming around the bottom is

Ii largely a matter of taste. The sack Appetite
The bell
large cracked before leaving ,
is nothing; but a straight piece of the
i the foundry" and! a similar fate befell

I the second bell of the !same size, the: material sewed to a joke and then left Produces

hours being struck for several years on to hang loosely to the belt which ties it Refreshing Sleep,

into shape. If a corset is worn it is
the largest of the quarter bells. "BigHl'n"

the Second after undergoing repairs not necessary to featherbone the lining A Safeguard Against Mental Diseases.Koroerworkeil .

but if it is to be worn just so the
SECTION UK TILE was again brought into use and
has lining: should be snug enough:: to give
TfcKKUlMm.N: BY TilE \LL1KS; performed satisfactorily ever
support and the seams should be all
country the since.: The clock part proper takes only -
Japanese tactics
werecopied. boned. The other dress men delicate children
same with the ; women sickly this
lie responded "After about 20 minutes to wind, but the healthful
: tunny..1t howe\er pretty it is it would look ,invigorating and >tiinulatiu tunic has no equal.
first we tried the Jeriuan, then the striking party requite the hour each.
slovenly unless it was staid up with
It should be remembered<< that the
French, then the English, but now \\i first

j 11:1the .J nln Ul'. l'." Thus their roun- stroke of "P.ig Hen" denotes the hour featherbone. This is the most Useful IJo"E-A small wine-;laS8 full Sold by all drujrsi! ts.
i' of all the substitutes for anything Iever
j' try has trieil every system, has e\olv- the smaller bells indicating the quarters three times a day defuse !substitutes.
saw, and it is easier now to say
J t'd or has gleaned. I should say the by the first stl'olIn London what has not got it in than what has.
best points from each and now they Sphere.
I have just seen some of the newest
have a system best suited to their
I needs. Tortuii; g skin eruption?, burn aniloies petticoats and they are "simply sin-

'j > arc soothed at and .ful." as one of my old lady friends HELP
The !system' of choosing their officers I promptly FOR YOU
healed by applying Dp\\ tt's Witch ILu said. This is because there are so much ;
i.? unique, but at the same time productive -
A Salve,the best work and
I III known cure for piles, so much expense put on
I of the best results. Once a :
beware i of
worthless counterfeits, Wii&on them. One taffeta silk had a deep rip-

II rcmipctltive examinations are held, literary & Son. ple tiounce, and this was corded with For honest treatment and a
and mathematical in character, speedy cure writeor
ten rows of featherbone, and below
i throughout the empire. Alloung able- go to Dr. J. Newton Hathaway
Hold to whose
your good name at all times that were three narrow silk ruffles,
bodied men, be they sons of the emperor for t is much great reputation is sufficient
I, more valuable than gold, each hating; a still narrower double a guarantee of
or of a blacksmith, may compete. .\ high place:, or fashionable attiie. ruffle of lace. This skirt set out like satisfactory results. Consultation
certain number are chosen and serve: the I 0tatbjSi Free..
sldl"tSl'l'n on the stage in the bal

for a period of one year in the ranks- No other pills can equal De Witt's lit- let. Another the Inttoia I Blood Poison Contacted or llereid Kidney I and Weak Rack

three months as a first class private tIe Early Misers for two I tUYSi'halisinalits; Urinary l'ainfulDifilterrible
promptness, certainty inch and a half folds<< oi dark green -
two as a corporal and the balance of and efficiency, Wilson & Son. silk stages, producing copper-colored cult.Too Frequent Bloody or :Milky Urine
each bordered with a round cording ;
spots on face or body, tIttle ulcers the all functional
on diseases of the
At the end of Heart Lungs,
the as a sergeant.
year top and bottom. These were set tongue In the mouth or throat falling out of Urerand Stomach; also Catarrh

this time another examination is held A man who engages in the newspaperbusiness upon the skirt itself which was of lilac the hair or eyebrows decay of the flesh or Rheumatism, Piles Fistula and,all Rupture Blood.

and if the candidate passes it successfully and expects things to come to and by the way lilac and all the bones without completely the and forever eradicated and Skin Diseases and all Female Diseases

he is admitted to the militaryacademy him without hustling is a fool.A use of injurioui drug>, leaving treated according to the latest and best
purples are on their last where he is instructed in the science.
ful state.
more bands were set at equal distances -

profession of arms and the duties of an Short Satl Story. above! the others, and each ofthese 1 I or enlarged veins, which Horns T i Treatment f f correspon alwa's suc-_

officer for a further period of 18 A cold Xeglect. Pneumonia. Grief was bordered m the same way lead to a complete loss of cessful. Write for free book published and

Months At the end of this time another lad Foley's Honey and Tar been used with the heavy curding. This treatment sexual power; also Hydrocele, Gouorrhcea, Symptom blank if you cannot call.
is held and in the this would have had Gleet Stricture and alt Prl\"ateand Venereal J. NEWTON
examination story a happier end caused it to set out11 and Diseases and Weaknesses of HATHAWAY, M. D.
candidate ing. 23 and 50c at B. H. Wilson & men quickly Dr. Hathaway Co.,
event of its being passed the Son'*. show up finely. A third skirt was of cured.fericocele. 25 Bryan Street. Savannah, Ga.




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I f lue.l1Jl iias tyro shipard9. .'fGale iswith'n .. I Of IlCImNl(
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: I wharf.on an arm of,the lnnei'bay: .- ,The
: :New En1and'Yard.* Break Eccorda' legislature or -1889,,'under
InCargo Whereas, 'The -
I other. and more important is situated
it: ,. I q, tlWNA1111111RA1/flpeNMpfMRNM'S1'NINU IMUPpINipP/P the constitution of 1885,of the statq of Florida -
, Carriers.. at the Falls on the old, Sedgwick. four resolutions proposing
did ( joint
I r pass
1"; ; Special correspondence of The Florida Star..* stagecoach. ..road. The latter yardwP CASTORIA amendments to the constitution of the state

=): .. ., : .BAggfo 'M6et IsKShipbnfldinffxlown !'' founded- before ;the" Revolution, Florida, ,and the same,were agreed toby
: : : ,,:, ': : east,|:whI! b Io'r4severahfears and onjts stwkslwereerected1nany0fthehstanch ; I a elected vote ,to of each three-fifths house; that of all the the vote members on said

. ; ;", Tast'lias: ,been dragging along ata dull i Ihipstfor >which New England 0 joint resolution were entered upon theIr
'!t was. renowned. ? t ,;,H .,, For Infants and Children respective journals,with the yeas and nays
finally 'has ,
pace '
: gained fin< Impetuswhich I'SEDEBICK R. TOOMBS. thereon,and they did determine and direct
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t' : ,. '
:. : '" will guarantee* prosperity" for I that the said joint resolutions be submitted:

i t' : ': ,:' ,;, some time to come in the !distric'where .. .Ii"i" Wf eniyon: cannot sleep for coaching The Kind You Have to the in electors November of the 1900.state at the general election
'p : :? the Industry centers. The re: hardly necessary that any one should Now, therefore, I, Jno. L. Crawford, secre-
t .-, '' tell that you need, a few doses ofChamberlain's of the state of Florida, do hereby
; :" vival started.baclHn the:early:'sprng. you J L tary of state,
! = : ,. but has Cough Remedy to allay Always BoughtBears give notice that aGENEUAL
;; ; ; just now reached the stage
';, : the irritation of the throat, and make ELECTIONwill
r. r ; "where the boom Is looked on, aahaving"come sleep possible. It is good. Try: it. For AfcgetabiePrcpsraticaforAssimilaUng -

\ ;- -- ,: Jo stay. the 'shlpyajrdrf red sale by/B. R. Wilson & Son: theTood anditeg uia- be held in each county in Florida on
l next succeeding the first Monday in
t* } :- souncTwlththe lneessant.poundin*'ol ,. .,j" '1i""'* ,$ 'r ." -, .f.: ,.r \',f' ting the Stomachs andBowels the November,.A. D. 1900, the ,said Tuesday being -

' ''..$:* ". ', hammers and the, discordant screeching Electric Lights and Fans. I the. .

:i of countless buzzsaws. For'many SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
1: ": jears the new tonnage figures, have, Officials of the Florida East Coast railway .-. SignaturePromotes

, .{ :been so small as to be scarcely worth have tested a plan for the lightingof DigestionChcerfulness for the ratification or rejection of the ,said;

j h the mention but the has cars with electricity and of keeping joint resolutions proposing amendments! to the
""? prospect as- neither0piumNorpbine constitution of the state of Florida, viz: '
. sumed a brighter and more promising them cool by. means.of fans from, ,the nor Mineral. of
,. same power, all of which is generated bycarsT
itr.i the while i jn'moti n.'" This equip- NOT NARCOTIC.IteipcafOldnrSAMUELHTCHEIl. That the following amendment to the

met has been fitted to a' parlor car at ... constitution of the state of Florida be and
1 -- the same is hereby agreed to and shall be
. '
the railway shops' at, St. Augustine,' and submitted to the electors of the state at the
} ,i : has 6een'found; to'work t splendidly. The SttJ"Rpptrraint general election A. D. 1900 for ratification or

1"}' .: coach has made several trips, and traveling PumpJan AIx..ttilll4.. rejection:
I l in it is in &cIu14 SJbn Section 4 Article VII of the constitutionof
! ,. a delight, especially the
' the state'of Florida is amended
1 i'rt e Ju4 'I hereby so
' summer months for the reason that n
.,. l as to read as follows:
rt I? windows can be kept closed and the car iCartan&r& Section 4. Where any senatorial districtis
I.' Ilium Sudflonfud composed of two or more counties, the
made dust proof, and at the same time .
,'1. SugarHxitortenritmr. counties of which such district consists shall

f4,,.." .. cool and pleasant. :by_ 'means, of' the elec- Use not be entirely separated by any county be-
trio fans.t _
.e .- i Remedy for longing to another district. Any new county
t.: perfect Constipation that may be created shall be entitled to

k : *," The Banner.Pile Cure. Sour Storoach.Diarrhoea, one member in the house of representatives,
j ," \\\'crms.Convutsionsf in excess of the limit prescribed in section 2
Is Banner Salve. It' gives immediate ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. F 0 r 0 V t3 r of this article until the apportionment following -
.. relief and will ,soon effect a cure. 25c .. D next thereafter and shall be assigned!
B. R. Wilson & Son's. when created to one of the adjoining senatorial -
F.t c.' lac Simile Signature of districts as shall be determined by the

A successful man always finds pleasurein Thirty Years legislature. Article XVI

Y y,, hard work-the harder the betterforit NEWYORK.
IGi' drives away the blues. That the following amendment to the con-
$ stitution of the state of Florida be and is
1 t A hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted to
# .I "For three days and nights' I suffered t the electors of the state at the general election

: agony untold from an attack of cholera to be held on the first Tuesday after the

Y morbua; brought; on, by eating cucumbers i first Monday in November, A. D.1900, for .
,'*;says M. E. L ther, clerk of the *. EXACT.COPT OF WRAPPER. IJ ratification orrejection: "
tAtfsC IL G A BIG SCHOOJfER district court, Centerville, Iowa. "I Section 25 of Article III of said constitution it
be and is
aspect. Reports from all the builders thought I should surely1 die, and trieda M"f THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW TORE CITY. follows hereby amended so as to read as 1

,. ore to the effect that their men are ,being dozen different medicines but all to no ':!;"- .-"::, .'_ : ":: .-: --'..- : ..-:--''-;'-,'-. '--- ::' tt-i ':. : ,l '.- ';_ ) Section: 25. The legislature shall provide r d'

worked to the utmost, and it is purpose. I sent for a bottle! of Cham- by general law for incorporating such educational f
:. evident that for many months there berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea .. agricultural, mechanical, mining, i
and three doses relieved) transportation, mercantile and other useful
f will be no occasion for an exodus of Remedy me en f
: tirely." This remedy is for sale by B. R. \1-...f."f.f..f."f."f."f."ff.f"'f' companies or associations as may be deemed t/
ship from Maine.
carpenters but shall
i Wilson & Son. necessary; it not pans any special ;
f I! Above all other features of the-modern w law on any such subject and any such special i
: :: law shall be of no effect; provided, however, .
shipbuilding trade in these parts "
A man who gives away his employer's that nothing herein shall preclude special
j't; wers the fact that, the small sailing IN HESTER-i :.
'goods, wares or merchandise is generallythe )) as to.L university or the public
t vessels except for coastwise traffic between kind of a man who puts a plugged schools, or as to a ship canal across the state.
local have had their
ports day.
quarter in the contribution box on Sun- Article XVII.That '
t From Eastport and Machias to Bel- w 'p
fast, Bangor and Bath the stays and day. the following amendment to the con-
Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells. n stitution of the state of Florida be and the
stocks are burdened with vessels of For Over Fifty Tears same is hereby agreed t and shall be submitted

from 2,000 to 3,000 tons. The schooner UBS. WINSLOW'S NOTHING SYRUP has been to the electors of the state at the

; ,continues to be the favorite type of for used their for children over fifty, while vears teething by millions with of mother perfect | "LEADER" and "REPEATER" loaded with Smokeless nm general ratification election or rejection in November: A. D. 1900, for

carrier, no oth,:r style having ever been occfl6s. soothes the child. softens the rums, +
allays all pain,cures wind colic, and Is the best 5 powder and "NEW RIVAL" loaded with Black powder. + Sections of Article VIII of the constitjtion .<
: 'l found equal la point of service and remedy for Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor shall be and is hereby amended so as to readas

; adaptability: to the regulation "fore j lnevery little sufferer part.of immediately the world. Sold Twenty-five by Druggist centsa S Superior to all other brands for ; follows:
and aft" rig. bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins- w Section 5. Immediately upon the ratifica-
low's Son thine SyruP and take no other kind tion of this amendment the county commissioners
At famous old Bucksport, on tim S UNIFORfllTY, RELIABILITY AND ; of the several counties of this state- ;

f" Penobseot, McKay & Dix, the New WANTED-Active man of good characterto shall divide their respective counties into
r York contractors have launched 2 five commissioner's districts, numberedrespectively
: already deliver and Collect in Florida for old established STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES.
i from one to five, inclusive
:. I one four master, with two more on manufacturing wholesale house *k each
district shall
f 900 a year, sure pay. Honesty more than Winchester Shells for sale all be, as nearly as possible,
l the stocks, one of which is to be launched experience required. Our reference, are by dealers. Insist upon equal in proportion to population, aud thereafter -

in a few days and the other in De bank in any city. En 'lose self addressed any having them when you buy and you will get the best. there shall be in each of such districtsa

cember. At Camden, that picturesque stamped envelope. :Manufacturers, third : county commissioner who shall be elected

old Maine seaport, overshadowed by floor, 3$4 Dearborn St., Chicago. ifEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEtFFEEEEFEEEEEEEEteFEEEFFEFEEESteamship R. by time the and qualified place electors of voting of said for other county county at the

frowning Mfgunticook, the "sentinel .. officers, and shall hold his office for two
t of the seas:" II. M. Bean recently NOTICE years. The powers, duties and compensation -

launched the six masted schooner Land Office at Gainesville, Fla., of such county commissioners shall be
Ocean prescribed by law; provided, that nothing
George W. Walls 2,750) 1st, 1900. Co.SA
tons. lIe has herein shall effect the terms: of commissioners -
Notice is hereby given that the
also a 2,100 ton five master on the followingnamed holding cilice at the time of such division -
settler has filed notice of his intentionto .
i stocks a four master and has signed ; provided, further, that all vacancies
a make final proof in support of his claim,
incurring by limitations of
t' contract to build a five master of about and that said proof will be made before clerk death, resignation, otherwise terms or from
or before
V ANN.A.B: : LINE. the
V 2,300 tons. Ilocklaud that bustling city circuit court at Titusville Fla., on November election 1902, shall he filled by appointment -
10th,1900, viz: Arthur Franklin of
remembered by the writer as where Fast Freightand by the governor as now provided by
I eral, Fla., homestead 23.234, for the lots 1 and Luxurious law.
trolley conductors ring up fares at every 2, section 26, township south,range 37 east. Passenger Route Article X*'III.
lamppost and charge for the getting lIe names the following witnesses to prove

I .. on and off, witnessed the his continuous residence upon and cultivation That the following amendment to the con-
of two fine vessels and floating of said land, viz: Henry Wilson, Frank M. TO NEW YORK BOSTON AND THE EAST.I jtitution of the state of Florida lie and the
recently has a Wilson. William Praetorius, C. J. Thompson, ;awe is hereby agreed to. and shall lie sub
magnificent five master now on the of Canaveral, Fla.W. I I mitted to the electors of the state at the

i blocks. G. ROBINSON, Register. I I eI eral election in November, A. I). 1900,gen-for

j i' Farther down the wave eaten coast, r ratification or rejection:
I NOTICE.To i Section 12 of Article XVI of the constitution
.at -
Bath there are two large steel ships of the state of Florida is amended to
\ several barges and a cruiser for the all whom it may concern: read as follows:

i United States navy under way. The Thirty days after this date I will, on behalfof tl'dionI2. The present seal of the state
j I next launching will be that of theEleanor the state of Florida, execute a tax deed to shall remain the seal of the state of Florida.
:2i1Hrf3 The state Hag shall he of the
l Ida Butner for the following described land : > following proportions
: Percy. 2,700
tons, six masts, to-wit: and description: Depth to be three

k from the yards of Percy & Small.So North J of south j of Wm. Garvin grant, a jjg .. ," -- fourths length of fly. The seal of the state
great has become the demand for section 37, township 20 south, ranges 34 and :,:jf diameter one-third the fly, in the center
building space in the various Maine 33 east, containing 500 acres, sold for taxes )f a white ground. Red bars in width one-
July 4th, 189S, unless good cause be shownme eighth the length of fly extending from each
J'm'ds that there has been a deal of talk i-oincr toward the center to the
on or before October 29th, WOO( why I outer rim of
unions those interested as to the advisability should not issue said deed. the seal.
cC turning to use the yards at This September 28th, 1900. The votes cast in compliance with said
llluf Hill [SEAL.] A. A. STEWART, proposed amendments,
on Blue Hill bay, near 4 3&2 : and the canvass,
Clerk Circuit Court, .Icciaiatious and returns thereof
Mount Desert island. These shall be
yards are Brevard County, Fla. iiihjected to the same regulations and
row in a deplorable (condition having BY LAND AND SEA.. a.,are provided by law for general restrictions -

been in disuse for 10 or 12 jears.A Proclamation of Election For the Townof elections in the state of Florida.
of Short Rail Rule to Savannah, In testimony whereof! I have hereunto
quarter a century ago to see the TituAville. .. set
thence via Palatial -.A-,
I hand
ExpressSteamships. I my and affixed the
name "Blue Hill" across a vessel's An election is hereby ordered to bo held at | j.. s seal of the state of Florida great, at
stern meant that she was the product the court house on Monday the 2nd day of 1( j Tallahassee the capital, this, the

1.< of hands that could not be excelled in October, 1900, between the hours of 8 a. m. SAILINGS FROM SAVANNAH : -, first day of August. A. I)1900.!
their particular line. Then and 6 p.m., to elect- JOHN L eRA WFORD,
little town, with glistening church A Marshal and Collector of Taxes, 011000004 SHIPS EACH WEEK 40000000: To J. !I' BIClW"-lu'rifrnn'\ud: : Secretary('"of: sate.t\ ,
( ;
spires in vivid contrast to the lowering, A Clerk and Treasurer, ---. -----.---- .
An Assessor of -
overhanging the bay, Two Aldermen, to serve two .('ars. TO NEW YORK,
was at the zenith of its career. The The
following persons are appointed judgesof
copper mines in the surrounding hills election: ,J. P. Goldsmith. K. E. Minis. Jr., Making dose! connections with New York-Boston Ships or Sound Lines.A .

gave forth abundantly and Geo. W. Scobie; and C. K. Stewart clerk of o 01
the fickle election. A. 1'txxr.Y.. ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules
# but profitable mackerel swarmed the
Write for general information
deep waters near by.; Titusville, Fla., Sept. 14th, A. D. ID'.O. sailing schedules
staterooms call
rl' on
It seemed almost .. WALTER IL\WKIXS,
instantaneous so ----- -
sudden was the change which shortly .. E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, General Agent Traffic Department Dyspepsia Cure
Savannah, Ga. 224 Wist Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
took: place. Without warning the bottom .
fell from out the CURtS WHLRt ALL ELSE FAILS, -- Digests
price of copper. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good Use what you eat.It .

The mines shut down. The rivet, casting in time. Sold bv drug- gists.o i A. HODGES artificially digests the food and aids

mold and steam hammer supplanted I Nature in strengthening and reconstructing -

the auger, broadax and adz, and I Satsuma Hights, Fla. the exhausted digestive or-

the Blue Hill shipyards through excessive I Dealer in and Manufacturers of gans. It is the latest d iscovered digest-

cost, being unable to keep ant and tonic. No other preparation

abreast the innovations, were forcedto CASTORIAFor I : PINE can approach it in efficiency. It in-

cease operations. Kveii the mackerel ) CiTBESS{ LUMBER I stantly relieves and permanently cures
Infants and Children. Dry Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn
to feel the iutlueuce of the
appeared Flatulence
ruverseshlcli had swept down as the The Kind You Have Always Bought I and Vegetable Crates Sick Headaclie.Gastralgia.Cramps, Sour Stomach Nausea and

whirlwind over the town, and since : ;'! !allotherresultsofimperfectdigestion.

those fateful days it is a matter of Bears theSignature P. Price 50c.and f 1. Large size contains 2H

history that they have seldom ventured of I to be furnished for complete bills of biuall sue.Book all about dyspepsia mulled times free

into its waters. Steam .a'H.: delivered at any Point on the Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO. Chicago-

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1! >. '.r'O, ,-. :4 THE,)'iORID4. STAR: FRIDAYOCTOBERa9a900.-


". THE. -, \: :FLORIDA" '- .STAR, -. ,, The Live Question.'I. : out beforethe public'with their ar, .

:After'having paid a'visit, loathe guments and reasons; gladly do we:
Entered the po tom C itTitasville U.k our columns for the discussionand
'p : 'econd- lasa mail matter. capital cities, of three southern: open

i Ellis : states within the,past week, we_are, right settlement of 'a proposi..,.' KOYADAKINO
K. 1lager, editor and Publiiher. I
tion that would cost
!- more_ardently impressed than'ever a people so

" .. I'UBLIsHEDEVERYFBID1YMORNmG.- before. with. ,the idea that a state heavily, that ave8uft red recentlyand
v r FEBANxVM capitol building should be in .the I are already complaining of 41sQwTELY
r. ,', ,:' 75 CENTS FOB SIX MONTHS. largestcity: of a state, when the their burdens.

same is centrally located, and in Meantime,let us vote against the Makes the food more deltdous and wholesome
-.tdYUd.lnl: Bate+ Poniahed on convention unless each voter can
- ..Application' view of the.better times now on us lOYAL MOW POWGM CO.,BtlMrO HU_

and about to visit the south,. we give a good reason for supportingthe
mOlt oodentood that neither .
It be clearly
THI .STAB nor its editor is responsible for think,Florida ought to have a capitol proposal at the coming election Buying Georgia Cattle.B. There will be ten acres of lettuce at

opinions expressed by correspondents. building at Jacksonville, cost- the DeBary place, near Enterprise, this

Subscribers will confer a favor on THE: ing not less than $500,000. South Apathy Disappearing.As .B. Bareo has returned to Gainesville season. Five carloads of tiling were used

I; .. STAB if they will notify us of any. failure'to Carolina from a trip to Echols county, Georgia, for subsoil draining this tract.It .
:;; receive their. paper. has just appropriated where he collected a drove of cattle for
c $250,000 to remodel the old state the campaign draws to a close shipment Cuba. He said he had Saved Her Life.
.Communications on live topics especially
r of local interest are solicited. But the editor capitoL Columbia. After that is the apathy which.has characterized brought 150 head of large Georgia cattle Miss Mamie Smith Middlesboro, K)'.,

reserves the right to condense them to suit done it will,not compare with the the voters in almost every state and expects to realize a handsome profit writes: My little sister had the croup

'. __ Brief items of neighborhood news always disappears, especially in doubtful from them.These cattle are now in his very bad. I gave her several doses of
. ." desired new government building at Sa-j Fbley's Honey and Tar and she was instantly -
pasture and will not be shipped until the
,, states. In those states there is an
-: vannah, recently completed at a latter of this month. Cattle relieved. It saved her life. B. B.
part are get-
r For President: awakening which an exceptionally Wilson & Son.
. 'i' cost of$500,000 with its up-to-date ting eo scarce in Florida that buyers are I

*t i" : WfLLLUI JEjreniGS BRYAN. architectural ideas and modern close and exciting elec- compelled to go out of the state for stockto I

. oFfJce President: features.We tion. The Republicans are becom- fill their orders and the demand keeps O.a.SIJIOKEA.: :
- -a ; Beurnthe Y flllIm J A/waJ/ >s 8mgIIISfrutut
: > AALAIpysnPF : hope the people of Florida, ing sensible to the fact that thereis increasing.
." YL-# _
I. ?4lfresaepodd 0tdrt: who can vote on the capital ques- not going to be any such thingas Weekly Weather Report. of ,

. 'a- RQBERT W, :q4fl..: 'ion next monthjiijl seriously con- a walkover, hence they are in-
- '
>z:'> For governor sider the question of capital remov- creasing their efforts in New York; BUBEAU. FLORZDAState

, ; -'l:*. lmf44. J fI, JfI/fIIOS; and vote for Jacksonville, the Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and West Comparative statement of temperaturesand

For.Qtaty P.m OJ'J! poly city that can win out agajnst Virginia, which are the doubtful Oct.rainfall 16, 1900.for Ihs ifftsfc tiding Tuesday

f:' ; The entire Democratic state ticket Tallahassee.A States they most desire to capture. 1900 1899
for Meanwhile the Democrats have not DAT*. MAX. MIX. MAX. MIL College:I
vote Ocala
3(:::._ .' For Senator-Thirteenth District: or St.Augustine 'Oct.10. 86 74 83 77
' i ,- 1t S. LI43iFi'f4i 'only helps to retain the capital at for a moment slackened their efforts 11. 85 75 M 77
., to poll a full Vote and that 12. 78 75 81 72
, T nd if Tallahassee wins ,
; f J :FoeEep a eMatt tt i llahas6eeJ 13. 80 69 82 78
she their work is having good effect is 14. 85 72 81 OP
1)Ql\U will 71
x ? X. 11. UV.f1 ", want a newmodernuptQdate AGRICULTURE
. .. to been in the enthusiastic and 15. 87 74 83 72
/: '" For County OfflMHi capitol, and we don't know if 16. 86 74 82 74
.largely attended meetings that are Total rainfall for the week.2.59 inch. AND
'she Is not entitled to it, if the people
i '.v.,: the trill Dem raac county ticket. '' of Middle and South Florida being addressed by Mr. Bryan and Departure from the QfRlol rainfall for the MECHANIC ARTS'At
plos.33 inch.
; 'I'
i ,"" are Q blind Jo their own interestsas I other speakers, especially by the Departure from normal rainfall sInce Jan. Lake City.
; 'Democratic will'carry Democratic nominee in New York. 1st, 1900, minus 5,02 inches.
r THE party
The fall will
to retain it there HAL P. HARDIN, term begin
8' : states this year that they did nott Let us have a capltbl building at That the apathy of the earlier Observer Weather Bureau. September 18th.

, carry in 1896, and they will carry that part of the campaign had been ]' 'piter. Fla., Oct. 9, 1900. Tuition FREE to FIoridastudents.
; the metropolis of our state we
Board very low, and all other expenses
j enough to elect Bryan and Stevenson. can. be proud of and take pleasurein shaken off, and may be expectedto Dr. W. H. Lewis, Lawrenceville, Ya, small.A .

;.., be Eupplanted by the liveliest in- writes: "I am using Kodol DyspepsiaCure
visitors and
showing our COMPLETE COURSE in book-
in practice severe 1 ases
my among
guests; especially so, since:Florida terest, is indicated by the resultsof ,of indigestion and find it an admirable keeping, stenography and tele-

... + THE Imperialists of the world has ,never spent a dollar for the the registration in New York .remedy." Many hundreds of physicians graphy board one for about |18, besides

,,.: are fooling themselves, when they building of a state capitol. Located state and city. A considerably depend upon the use of Kodol DyspepsiaCure year.
ftr that a majority of American number of voters has been in stomach troubles. It digests what Foster Hall
imagine greater
. thereit will be visited annually by you eat and allows you to eat all the good for young women*
voters will endorse Imperialism hundreds of people in Florida, who registered in the city than duringthe food you need, providing you do not overload will be ready.

visit to corresponding period of regis- your stomach, gives instant relief Send for catalague to
have never as yet paid a
,. and a cure, Wilson & Son.
?. tration for the last election. Just permanent W. F. YOCT7ST Fresfdent
., [F the trusts represent the business what this increase in the number
interests of this country, we II of those who are qualifying themselves -
The Constitutional Convention.We .
are pleased to admit. that they are to vote means to the parties, FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

solidly arrayed against Bjyan and hope that every voter will it is difficult to determine. On

Stevenson. decide by personal investigation each side it is claimed to be a fav-

T= whether he wants a constitutional orable indication for the party ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.,

OUR sister stateGeorgia,gave the convention until he has and asked cast himself a "No"and vote an-, making the claim. There have been Only National Bank on the Florida East Coast
of the down
Democratic 60,000 majority looses! in some town
i I. party There
this year and elected a solid Democratic swered a few questions. are Democratic districts. Mr. Crokersays Solicits Accounts of Firms and Individuals.
public evils us, but whichof
the is that the residence
3 delegation for reason
them legitimately comes froman CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $150,000. DEPOSITS, $350.000J.
section is
a third term. moving up town,
r omission or weakness in the that what has been lust on the lower T. DISMUKES, President. J. JAMES, Vice President. G.B. LAMAR, JR., Cashier.
f state constitution? Newspaper cor-
east side has been more than DIRECTORS:
! TEDDY and his publishers are
respondents have voiced'many gained elsewhere. Mr. Croker is J. T. DISMUKES, J.JAMES, H. GAILLABD
e' t- taking advantage of his big adver- complaints and the state press has J. E IXGRAHAM, P. F. CARe BA.of .
quite certain that the heavy registration Fla. Agt. of H. M. Flagler.
**? tising to push the sale of his books, emphasized others, but so far there means a full Democratic vote Garcia Vega & Carcaba.

old and He will never be not be t
new. are none which might rem-
and a decisive Democratic victory.On .
vice-president, but he will proba- edied by constitutional amendment
the other hand Republican
.! considerable cash out of his FLORIDA CENTRAL
get which were not erroneously Chairman and Candidate Odell and

attempt. charged to the present constitutionor i -
Gen. Francis: Greene are equally
-- - ---'" trivial.
manifestly stamped as emphatic in expressing the opiiiion AND

f SENATOR HANN'A is using amah Let us agree that the assembling ofa that the large registration: means PENINSULAR RY

.. of straw to explain away his utterances body that must cost the state be- Republican success.

about the non-existence of tween $60,0(0 and $100,000 shouldbe The registration up the state has

trusts. "A trusts a combine," said carefully considered and the necessity -
been increased relatively as muchas UneiCelled
service from Florida
the in the other shown. "Dixie Flyer" Through Sleeping
senator Chicago, in the city. Ex-Senator Hill to all points .. .. .. .. Car
"in which the shareholder is The bear- Route betweenJACKSONVILLE
day following paragraphs
,. fair
the meaning: of it i is thai
given a certificate and has no voicein ing on the subject, from the Times- says and ST. LOUIS
weather favored a larger outpouring via
the We all know Union and Citizen North, East and West.
are so
management. apropos Lake Macon
of farmers mal others to qualify City, Atlanta,
that such combination exists in this time that themour
no just we give themselves and that many Dem- Chattanooga and Nashville,

: this country." In the first place, as editorial endorsement: ocrats who did not vote in the last Two trains daily between TAM?A;

if,[.if Senator Hanna must know, that is Which is the objection that can- election, because the fear of free JACKSONVILLE SAVANNAH amt 'fakingconnections for KANSAS CITY

not the true acceptation of the not be obviated by amendment? COLUMBIA, carrying Pullman Drawing CHICAGO and all points in
silver.are how
term trust, and even if it was, remarks Which is a radical defect that must preparing Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA the northwest.
vote next month for the Democratic -
the Savannah News, it is be supplied ? What is the featureso with sleepers for
'candidates. That seems to Through sieepin;car service between JackWASHINGTON -
well known that there few in the dangerous
are oppressive present or -:
sonville and New
'be a reasonable view to take of the Orleans via River Junction
combines of the trust kind in the in the future that it.may not and Pensacola.
country in which the majority be endured until more urgent -demands -'
It is gratifying at all events, remarks PHILADELPHIA
stockholders do not do all the upon the treasury 'have the Savannah Newsto know and NEW YORK. Full lD.formabonon application to any agent

squeezing they have an opportunity been met? Why not wait tfaiil we of this com;any.
that a lively interest has been
for. have paid off our state debt and
awakened in the election. Mr. Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via A. O.
X'W >> w--> -- MAcDoxxELL L. A. SHIPMAK,
taxed for in-
are no longer merely I
Bryan will spend the greater part ASHEVILLE. Gen'l Pass. Agt.
THE Philadelphia Times says of terest to the profit of those living Agt
of this week in New York. With
the attitudes of ex-Presidents borders?
beyond our
the people awakened, he will havea
Cleveland and Harrison: "Thereare Could not the state more profita-
better lot of material to work The disease the national curse of Japan
only two ex-presidents livingone bly use the $100,000, if we have it I N E and China. A remedy was imperative and
upon. That his meetings have been M 0 R P H the medical profession there accepted this
a Republican and one a to sparethan by calling a constitu- largely attended is a foregone conclusion \9 18 the only permanent painless print,

Democratand both have stubbornly tional convention? A correspondent that his speeches will decide Opium, etc treatment quick eure FREE known OF to 6C CHARGE.nce. A weeks Phydisease

maintained silence in the cam- makes the point that a new ; a waverer to vote for cured by TACK-A-POll' A sici sanaaaIlcodentianytrea; edbymatlOME

paign, until within a few days. constitution would be amended fora many TItEATMENT co.
Americanism, in preference to imperialism 345942 cases In 17 years 123 West 42(1 St.,New VoV'k City.
They have finally said somethingand term of yearsas its defects became
is also assured. The situ-
they be summed in we have the one we
may up apparent; put -- -
ation in New York is quite encour-
". about this way: Cleveland and have through that process and agingfrom the Democratic point of

Harrison would both like to see might as well continue as we begun view.

their own party candidates defeated -such instruments are subject to Since the First.

but do not want to say that the the laws of development and A :SIght of Terror. .

other party should win. Such i is growth in opinion and business,
was made there have been
"Awful felt for the widowof
the political teaching of our ex- and we cannot expect anything anxiety was many"like"or"as good as"it placed upon the market. Some
the brave ( en. Burnham, of Machias, were even said to be "improvements on it. One by one 'I
presidents in this campaign. They perfect, even from those:: we might :Me., when the odors said she could not they fall by the wayside: for experience proves that there is = __ _-_
:MM. S. H. Lincoln only one lamp that i3 really better, and we make that toe
live till writes
to be in about the same posi- elect for a new job. morning
seem the cross-roads We do ask whether those who attended her that fearful night. :
tion as the boy at not "All thought she mu>t soon die from THEN ROCHESTER

who told the inquiring traveler who hope to help do the work wanta pneumonia, but she begged for Dr. King's In It we embody all that Is really worth having in a lamp

it did not make any difference constitutional convention, but New Discovery, saYInit/ had more thanonce both as to quality and style. DoD't fort, every genuine
that I' saved her life and had cured her of feU1 Rochester has the name ll
he would whether the want one. If We fill want. No amp. t I
which road he took, as people consumption. After three small doses she can every lamp you want
a new lamp or stove an old one repaired refinished, -
or a vase -
not far until he wished i he had there be good reason for the work slept easily all night, and its further use mounted or other make of lamp transformed into a NEW <

taken go the other; or, !like Hooker's and expenditure, well and good; if completely cured her." This marvelous the ROCHESTER subject. we can do it. Let us send you literature on LW RocMu
medicine is guaranteed to cure all throat,
bull described by Lincoln, whichgot not, we might go further and fare chest and lung diseases.i Only 50c and $1. THE MVWt
fast on the fence and could not worse We would like to see those i ia i Trial bottles free at 13. R. Wilson & Son's ROCHESTER LAMP CA,taMQU g:elaySt., NEW YORK.
behind." who advocate the convention comet drug store. 1
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i X" .C. PLAITS.: -, : Pritohard & Son, '_ .

Democrat Can Familiarize'Themselves By : Vote. for. One ,.
the Sheriff. .Brevard County,of the State '
For Justice of the Peace : .. Headquarters
Study With Names To Vote For. .' Florida: ,
1.District ; for. . :
This ticket contains the names of the .L..: :; BE IT KNOWN THAT I, JOHN L.
Democratic candidates -. CRAWFORD secretary of state of the state
only and ia intended "
of Florida,do hereby give notice that a the ,Democratic voters Vote. for HARDWARE ,
: the form of ballot that will be used Nov. One.For ... ELECTIONwill
Constable -' be held in Brevard ;; ,
county, state of Flor .
: 6th and to : "
familiarize them'with the District: ida
on Tuesday next succeeding the first .
,. names of our party; candidates. Monday November, A. D. 1900, -the said ....Tinware, Crockery... }\ :.:
: Tuesday being the
.Of course, the regular official ballot .. .,
-- >
will come from other sources, and will Vote Yes or No.Constitutional. I' SIXTH DAY,OF NOVEMBER STOVES a :

,, contain the names of all the nominees of Amendment-Section" For four(4) presidential electors. 'ti' -

all political parties and. of all independent 4, Article 7-Representation of New For one representative of the Second con- Boat Goods Paints and Oils : .- V
district of Florida in ,
:. candidates. Counties. gressional the Fifty- .
county The model '
seventh of the United States.
congress and .
:'' herewith of the general election ballot Yes: For governor of the state of Florida. 1

:, does not purport to be an official ballot, Constitutional Amendment-Section For secretary of state of the state of Florida

,,. but, as before stated, it is merely a model 4 Counties.No., Article. 7-Representation of New For For attorney comptroller general of the of state the state of Florida.of Florida. WOODENWARE., ,

containing the Democratic nominees, For treasurer of the state of Florida
from .which the voter may familiarize For superintendent of I ublic instruction of Write for prices. .
himself with the form of the ballot and Vote Yes or'.No.Constitutional. the state of Florida. .
For commissioner of agriculture of the state TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .
.,.' with the names of the Democratic can Amendment-Section of Florida. _
= 25, Article Prohibiting Special Incorporation Box 212. -
didates. For one justice of the supreme court of the k.
," Laws. state of Florida. '
(Model.) Yes.ConstItutional. For one railroad commissioner for the state Dr. S.W.Carroll. W.E. Goldsmith.

Educational Ballot for Election 1900. Amendment-Section of Florida.
For state senator for Thirteenth senatorial CARROLL & GOLDSMITH
Precinct No. -, Brevard County,Florida. 25, Article 3-Prohibiting Special In- district of the state of Florida. ,
corporation Laws. For one member of the house of .
Make a cross-mark (X) before the representatives
No. of the state of Florida. and
name of the candidate of your choice. For county judge. Staple Fancy GROCERIES
Vote Yes No.Constitutional.
or For clerk of the circuit court. --
3. Vote for Four. Amendment-Section For prosecuting attorney.For .
: Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
k; 5,Article Election of County Com sheriff I TltUSVllle Florida.
For Electors for President and Vice- missioners.Yes. For tax assessor. Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware.
; President of the United States: For tax collector. We solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to.

X JOHN S. BEARD. For county treasurer.
; -
Constitutional Amendment Section
For of in
county superintendent public

>. X WILLIAM H. ELLIS. 5 missioners.No., Article 8-Election. of County Com- struction.For county. surveyor.. E. L. BRADY & BRO.,

_' X SAMUEL HILBURN. For justice of the peace in and for the following
justice districts, viz:
X MARTIN L. WILLIAMS. Vote Yes or NOaConetltutional No. one'No. two, No. three, No. four No. Dealers Grain aild.
Amendment-Section five, No.six,Not seven. No. eight, No. nine, Groceries
Vote for One. 12, Article 16-State Seal and State No.ten, No. eleven, No.twelve, No. thirteen,
No. fourteen No. fifteen, No. sixteen, No.
For Representative in the Fifty- .
Seventh Congress, from the Second Flag.Yes.. seventeen, No. eighteen, No. nineteen, No. AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
District of Florida: twenty, No. twenty-one No. twenty-two. We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusivelyin
Congressional Constitutional Amendment-Section For constable in and for the following just the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on
X ROBERT W. DAVIS. 12, Article 16-State Seal and State districts, viz: Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY& BRO.,TITuSVILLE,FLA. .
Flag. No. one, No.two, No. three No. four, No1 <
Vote for One.For No. five No. six, No. seven, No. eight, No. nine, d
Governor: No.ten, No.eleven, No.twelve, No.thirteen, R. L. MOTLOW'
X WILLIAM S. JENNINGS. (Model.) No. fourteen No. fifteen, No. sixteen, No. ,
seventeen. No. eighteen, No. nineteen. No.
Vote for one. Primary Ballot. Primary November6th twenty No. twenty-one. No. twenty-two.

For Justice of the Supreme Court: 1900. Make a cross.mark (X) before For three members of the county board of FINE WINES BRANDIES WHISKIES
the name of the candidate of your public instruction. ,
X FRANCIS B. CARTER. choice. The attention of the sheriffs is called to the
law requiring them to cause a notice of the i
Vote for One. said election to be published in a newspaper AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS. .
For Secretary of State: Vote for one.For printed in the county, if there be a paper "

X JOHN L. CRAWFORD.Vote State Capital: m the county if there be no paper published Special attention given to mail orders. TITUSVILLE AND COCOA, FLORIDA. l
in the county, they shall cause at least five
for One. JACKSONVILLE.OCALA. copies of this notice to be posted in the most .

For Attorney General: public places in the county. Bond Lumber Co. ,.t''
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set
X WILLIAM B. LAMAR. ST. hand and affixed the
AUGUSTINE. my great seal I "',
( S of the state of Florida at Tallahas. On hand and Constantly Arriving,

Vote for One.For TALLAHASSEE.Vote {->.,...:,} see, the capital, this the 1st day of :La Ul\I.fBER:
Comptroller: September, A. D. 1900. . .
one. JNO. L. CRAWFORD, Shingles Moulding Scroll Work Balusters Newel Posts
For General Secretary State.
Adjutant :
Bean, Orange, Cabbage and Tomato Crates,
for One. PATRICK HOUSTON. To J. P. Brown, Sheriff Brevard county. '
I. I Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc.
For State Treasurer:
Vote tor one, WANTED-Active ll\.a.ll of good character Estimates made on ail building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliro
X JAMES WHITFIELD. F"0r State Chemist: to deliver and collect in Florida for old established anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right.

Vote for One ... .. =-_ RUFUS E. ROSE. $900 a year manufacturing etirii pay. Honesty wholesale more house.than Be>:nd I.iuixiber CO.

For Superintendent bl Public In. Vote$ Strnctidh: bank ih any city. Enclose self addressed
SHEATS.. For State Attorney: stamped envelope. Manufacturers, third Tl1iusvl11e, t I Florida.J .
X WILltAM JOHN C. JONES. floor, 334 Dearborn St. Chicago. --
Vote for One. R. WALKER. J. H. SWAIN
For Commi&ioner of Agriculture: ---

X BENJAMIN McLIN.. V te'for one in each District., "SearchLight"BICYCLE THE FALL DISPLAY

For County Commissioner, ,

Vote for One. I 1st District: LANTERNS. is ready for inspection. We li r t

For Railroad Commissioner: J. MENDEL. have reason to feel proud of v f :

X JOHN L. MORGAN. G. B. GARDNER. GAS AND OIL. the assortment of Ss. it. .
Vote for One. "Every one knows our Oil Lantern.'
C. H. NAUMAN.2nd .
For Senator, Thirteenth SenatoriaDistrict I I DRYG000S '( (
District '
: :
X E. N. DTMICK. J. fe. WALKER. BURNS CAS, etc., shown. The preparations V 11/ :;
to supply your needs V t :.
Vote for One. 3rd District; : 's'EARGHn.tH have been made on a scale I '\\.
For Member of the House of Representative -. WM. H. SHARPE. < -= of unusual t !lavishness and we I ; :

-*, Brev: ni County: J. R. MIOT. { are certain that our offeringsand h" f.' .i 1
X K. B. UAULERSON.Vote the prices at which we .
4th District: < = sell will be fully appreciated. 1

for One. R. A. HARDEE. : '" -- JOHN R. WALKER & CO., ewra V. 4,
For Clerk of the Circuit Court: ,
R. A. CON KLING. ti iVi
5th District.J. THAT is ; ;
Vote for One. .
=2 .
For County Judge: !
X A. J.I 1'KXXKY. F. BELL. Our Specialty, ; :

Vote for
Vote for One. one.

For Sheriff: For Supervisor of Registration: G. M. DAVIS & SON, ,

X J. P. BUOWX. W. S. NORWOOD.T. hr Tlll3

Vote for One.

For County Superintendent of PubliiInstruction c Vote for one. ,:I : Write for delivered prices. .

: For Fish and Game Warden: Our Gas Lantern ai dHf I (,
X R. A. A. FORD.T. cutties heretofore to lanterns

Vote for One.For County Surveyor: A. ROBINSON. burning acetylene common Take Your FIRE INSURANCE with C. So Schuyler, ;; .J

Vote "For" or "Against"For OIl ,
J. 0. FRIES. An Innovation
X Constitutional Convention. The "MbonB" Bracket. Agentforthe Hartford, l tna, Liverpool and London and Globe, !!- (

Vote For for County One. Prosecuting Attorney: Against Contitntional Convention. Home, Continental, Providence & Washington, Fire. !, ,

v- JAMES E. ANDREWS.Vote It Happened In a Drug Store. The Bridgeport Brass Co., man's Fund, and Sun Mutual. f i

Conn etc., address or call on C.S.SCHUYLER, TITTJSYILLE FLA. ; i
for One. "One day last winter a lady came to Bridgeport, 'or further information, rates I

For Assessor of Taxes: my drug store and asked for a brand of 19 MURRAY STREET, !
cough medicine that I did not have in NEW Yaw CITY

_X J. F. WOOTEX. stock," says Mr. C. R. Grandin, the ICE ;

Vote for popular druggist of Ontario, X. Y. She ; hundred bushels EcEIGE
One.For Tax Collector: was disappointed and wanted to know TWO
what cough preparation I could recom Potatoes remove --
X ii:. W. HALL. mend. I said to her that I could freely AS GOOD AS THE BEST.

Vote for One. recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy eighty pounds of "actual"' Pot I i1anufrctured IXnLUIYEU ICE )MANUFACTORY 1'pr pre .RB
and that she could take a bottle of at
For County Treasurer: the remedy and after giving it a fair trialif ash from the soil. One thou- special attention paid to packing for family use, and shipped to any station on the East Coast
steamboat Indian river.
H. BOYE. railroad or by on '
X she did not find it worth the moneyto
back the bottle and I would
Vote for Three. bring sand pounds of a fertilizer containing
refund the price paid. In the course of a N. HATCH : : t
For Members of the Board of GEO. : : tI
the back ,
day or two lady came .in company 8% "actual" Potash
Instruction: -
with a friend in need of a cough!

x j. M. pixoy. medicine and advised her to buy a bottle will supply just the amount Dealer in General Merchandise ;

of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. [ ..
Cold Steel or Death. consider that good recommendation '
a't'ry : needed. If there is a de ..
"There is but one small chance to save for the remedy") It is for sale by consisting of everything"' ROCKLEDGE' FLA.
is through an opera- B. R. Wilson & Son. of Potash there will be usually kept in a
your life and ficiency first-Mass I7pnenal..tofp.......
the awful prospect set before
tion, was o .sTcGr :.t=l.; ]:.A..
Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge\ is., by a falling-off in the crop. ----
her doctor after vainly trying to cure her D.anth. The Kind You Have Always Bought:

frightful case of stomach trouble and Signature 111 #. We have some valuablt
of ,1-
a lie didn't count on the of Job to The Star '
yellow marvelous jaundice.power of Electric Bitters cure books telling about composition Send your Printing Office.

stomach and liver troub*, but she heardof TUT D. L. DODSON,
value of fertilizers
it, took seven bottles, was wholly I use
cured, avoided surgeon's knife, now I
weighs more and feels better than ever.It's Dentist. for various crops. They are

positively! guaranteed to cure stom- Office at residence, first door south of the

ach, liver and kidney troubles and never county jail. Only reduced first class work, sent free. We give Dp-to Date Printing at lowest prices.
dinppointt. Price 50c at B. R. Wilson 1 at greatly prices. GERMAN KALI WORKS, you

& Son's drug store. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 93 Nassau St.,New York. -

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