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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;Nora-Yes, ma'anC ** .1.1 .*-, *r, 3 ONffGIOIJS: DLO'ODPOISON : i
Proposed ;Inside. Route Which Will Avoid "Now1; ghat-is the baby crying forr' l ; .

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", Speml"wrresjKmo'ence. '. of The Florida Star;' : ., .- '- : ;.+?,t.. ;

F WASHINGTON, Get 23. No other pills can'equal ..DeWitt's 'Little Contagions. Blood.Poison is the most degrading and destructive of all diseases, as'it vitiates and'corrupts the entire system. : '
It is
. .N than possible that the more Early Risers for'promptness: ;certainty I .t. : The'first :sore.I by little red pimples'on.the,body;;mouth and throat: become sore,,theglahdsTenlarge .: l,
coming ccnjrcsa! and i and inflame colored and hair and fall I
x will be asked efficiencyifWjjson; j! & Son copper splotches appear, eyebrows out. These are 1
-, to jflo something-'foJthe' ; :dFlaherty.Andivtip r I some of the milder symptoms; they increase severity finally attacking the vital organs; the body is '' =

advancement (ot ;that, large and much ," ; : do, call ,tbemfree ;;;: tortured with rheumatic pains and covered with offensive-eating sores. fIt '

; ,: exploited. project.for' the opening of an if they t is a peculiar;? poison, and so highly contagious that an innocent person handling the same articles 0 "' {

' '., "inside"" waterway from lassaehus cigars', ,yehaceto-: -. --drop- .? anickeljnthe .. used by one infected with this loathsome disease, may be inoculated with the vims. It can be transmittedj. i
slot? t
4 from parent to child the disease in modified form like -' .
lts'b:1ttoth'e gulf of Iexlco'and appearing as same or a Eczema or Scrofula. :
lien Grande or at. least 'the Jones-Oh! you do'not: drop the'nickelto Many an old soreor, stubborn skin trouble appearing in. middle life, is due and traceable to blood .'
vorably plans to entertain fa get:the.cigar; yon drop into find out poison contracted in early life. 'You may have taken potash and mercury faithfully for two or three years

<. for the immediate car if the machine working. + and thought you were cured, but you were not, for these poisonous minerals never cure this disease; they ; "

., f.lng'out. of so much of the great drive it from, the outside, but it is doing its work on the inside, and,will show up again sooner or later. _;.

scheme, as will relieve our coastwise This is the season 'when mothers are Mr4.T.l.I ee writes, ontYou may 'not recognize it as the same old taint, but it is. ,S.. S. S. has cured thousands of cases of : ; ,

_'"i, shipping. of the, menaces which lurk alarmed tin account of croup;;it is quickly omen*' \ar Ata ago I:, Contagious Blood Poison and 't will cure you. It is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known _

off Cape_ Hat_ ; {"' great marine cured ,by.One Minute Cough Cure; which teas inoculated with and the only antidote for this poison.. S. S. S. cleanses the blood thoroughly of every particle of the '

'", graveyard of the Atlantic. Nowhere hildr en like to take, Wilson & Son. curse poison, who by a diseased infected 'poiSon-there is never'any return of the disease. '; ,

_- on our '. .. my baby, and for six -
eastern-seaboard, not Send for Home Treatment book .
exct'ptfngt To the conduct of General Chaffee ''and long rears I :utI red YOURSELF AT .our $ .
t Cape Cod. is there a jutting headlandso untold misery. My CURE ML which g1v hIStory of the disease In all "-- 1,

: ,dangerous to 'the- mariner as Cape the American troops in ,China, which is body was covered with stages. and. is the result of many .years' of

1 Hatteras. with, its treacherous shoals praised_on all,sidesthere' will no doubt be eral sores pJvsl'lanstreated and.ulcers. Sevclose. study of blood poison and actual experience in treat- "- ;

: and its mighty'surfs.' For attributed much of America's strength. in. me, but alt to no purmg it. You can' cure yourself perfectly and permanently
more than pose. Them rcuryand at home and secret is Should need
dealing with Chinese affairs. your your own. you
. 200 years its terrors have been known potash they gave me any information 'or .medical,advice at any time,- write to ...
seemed to add feel to
, 1If and dreaded and doubtless more lives Seein Things at Bight.' the sinful flame which our p b y sicians. They have -made a life study of blood '
have been lost there and more damage was: devouring me. diseases, and will give your letter prompt and 'careful

f done to shipping than at any other or nightmare is a common result of lade tryS.S.S.Friends advised I heats! me taking to attention. Consult them as often as you please ; we make

t point along the coast. \Yhcn a tornado gestion.. You can't expect good sleep it and improved no charge whatever for this sen-ice. All correspondence is
forms with a bad stomach.: Dr. Loyal Ford's from the start and acompli'.e conducted in the strictest confidence. t -
t the
torrid Atlantic
south and
the makes m.1I perfecteureRasthereutt -
remedy, a
east of the Azores and comes whirling sound stomach that digests perfectly. B. ." Address, SWIFT ,SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA t

along toward our shores, it is at Cape R. Wilson & Son.

Hatteras that the huge "rollers" which .1

. foretell its coming first appear, and as Beware: of Ointments for Catarrh that I

Cape Hatteras lies nearer the usual Contain Mercury, f ,

track of these storms than any other as mercury will surely destroy ths sense of
American headland it. is here that their smell and completely derange the whole ;,system 1

i f' full fury Is most frequently maul when entering it "through the mucous '
surfaces, Such articles should never be used ":
t' Tested except on prescriptions from reputable physicians BevelGearCHAINLESS. :1
i # Nor is it dangerous In storms alone, as the damage they will do is ten fold

J for, as it (Is the most prominent point to the good you can possibly derive from
':"' In a long stretch of'coast line the tides them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by CHAIN WHEELS COASTER BRAKE .
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo 0., contains no :
.'.-'i.- at every flow come sweeping up to mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly The first choice of experiThe finest chain wheels acts directly the tire -
upon ,
meet and whirl in eddies about it and upon the blood and mucous surfaces of

'/ j form such dangerous shoals far out at. be the sure get In the buying genuine.Hall's It Catarrh is taken Cure internally enced and particular riders that it is possible to make, avoiding all undue wear of o'.

L, sea as are rarely to be found elsewhere, and is made in Toledo, Ohio by F. everywhere-the best possible having improvement the mechanical parts in the i
while currents of warm moisture laden J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. every

air from the southeast find here opposing 's 'Sold by Druggists, price 75c per bottle.HaU's proof of its superiority. found in our new Chainless hub. No straining of the 1
the beat
family pills are
currents of cool air from the
north and fogs well nigh as black as Lightened construction, improvements models, aside from the drivdriving wheel. For either

night frequently prevail at midday, so Free Blood Cure throughout. New ing mechanism. New 1odChainless or Chain Models. '

that the incautious mariner often loses An Offer Proving Faith to Sufferers

Ills bearings and is stranded or wrecked Is your blood pure? Are you sure of it? Do Models, $7). els, $)Q. Price (with our 10CO models) $) .00 1

on the shoals even when no gale is cuts or scratches heal slowly Does your skin I
itch and burn? Have you pimples? eruptions? A
blowing. aching bones or back eczema? old sores?
The government recently began surveys boils? scrofula? rheumatism? foul breath ca- .

at two points for au immense inland tarrh? are you pale? If so purify your blood! HARTFORDS. STORMERS. PENNANTS : i if
water route which will altogether at once with B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm).
It makes the blood pure and rich, heals every f
avoid Cape Hatteras _and Its dangers. sore and gives a clear, smooth, healthy skin. i
The proposed route.oivlll extend from Deep-seated cases like ulcers, cancer: eating The leading medium-priced The Stormers present a Low in pl ice but high in t ;

Norfolk to Beaufort, N. C., and will baaceontpllshc'd sores, painful swellings, blood poison is quickly
making la, canalor cured by B. B. B., made es ecially for all bicycles. Their twelfth year 'refinement of construction quality. Staunch and well- Ji
by great'
obstinate blood and skin troubles. B. B. B.
rather chain. of canals between drains the poison and humors out of the blood of success. In excellence of and finish usually found only finished, they possess every

these two cities. The route would emb.ace and entire system so the symptoms cannot re-
the Dismal Swamp canal, which turn. Give it a trial. It cures when all others manufacture, durability and i in bicycles i l commanding requisite of strength and
fail. Thoroughly tested for 31) Sold at
it will be recalled, was "improved and drug stores at?l per large bottle years., t> large bot ease of running they are unexcelled higher prices. They are popdurability.. Best for all riders l:
reopened about a 'l'arago after an tles (full treatment),$5. Be sure the bottle
abandonment of about 30 years. This reads Botanic Blood Balm. So sufferers may in their class. New ular favorites. New 1 Models desiring first wear at a small '

.I (canal cennectiugCheapeake bay with! test,Write a trial for bottle it. Address given ,away BLOOD absolutely BALI Models, $1 $. $35. cost. New l Models, $2>'. i : I
Albcmarle sound, had its real beginning
CO.. Atlanta Ga. Write today. Describe t
in 1TS7. wl1t'n.Yir. cl1art:'1eJ trouble and free medical advice in'n.
: Call J. B. Screveu, Titusville, Fla., for
a company to construct It, the original;: ou
plansand specifications having been
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drawn by Giorge Washington.: It wa-*
not until 1S-1 that the canal was cam WH'Y HE CURES

pK-ted, the artificial waterway being; a

from Deep <.." '<'l'1OIl: UlizabPth river "
'he Greatest! Specialist ot !.e Time Gives
about :.IJ miles above :Norfolk through En-I'- Case ills lVn.omil .\ttention.D -
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the Dismal swamp by the way of La e Mon doctors; han pertain numberotstock
reniivne-which they twin
Drummond to South MHK on the lesdWiiters I
I thaway's all cu of the rasquotank river, a tributary Method : is n II i lI.itLawaj's method. GEOKr.K 31. KOP.BIXS,
tory car w th Una ssos-t carcf ull vdiairnoftt
of All,eiimrle sound. From that and tile exact
i'I>!-ition of thodwiuedrondni
time up to iSiM:U) it was one of the best r /n dflenuHU'd. Thus
Will in State and United StateCourts
every cage i*trE'ah''t'par.-
iu the south and t1 erompiiiy
paying properties ately and mcdlcurs are nl- .
ou'iiinu;:: it became one of th' ministeredhich under ar Office at Titnsville, Florid
!'Jlt'CiaHy prepared I
ik-'u'st! and t powerful transport! Lr Hdtlia ,i's ner-onal
uso ---- --- -- ---

iou i-orp:nation* !in the country, exertinir t ngxrriswnfcreachcase.>ono peopteare affected I>. L. ( -\liLUE\, i
by a particular ilea!'e i u the ,
large tnlluenci on the political ::ff..iis ? ante manner. con equeutIv Xn'ORXfY-AT-LA,
Iii that I period. i;l'l no two 1101'1.> s-hould te TiTfsviLLE. FLORID
r irraioil in the same way
Then mine the strained relations! be- 'r; !'" even for same complaint. County judge of Krevard comity. Willprac-j I .
..C c \, 'i. ir.llathawayisaslr'cal tire in all the courts of the 7th judicial circuit P fy,1
t\vo,'n the north and south which too:; '3:.a, .. t' tit m the h<'ft son-eof the Wi.i .
1, \\>>rLe! treats fpt.'cialdllJt"'lIlai'nl't'Jalmanm'rof- of Florida. i 'F.4 ,l
from the canal its most fruitful sourcet '" .: : 1 1hlg : .. ; 91y
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>ti".utudied ,>ut II.;uwluloia ''S 1 .,
l'Enla:1l trallie. own asr years Il h
the :\ :
t re\eiie. ; C. (" ilien and hO-i'ltilIIJraclil"e and miVery DUNCAN U. :FLETCIIEK, __
1 Miring tincivil war it was confiscated prims!ami ;:uiKmcon-Uutly IIIMtI 0
Specially nrlIC the twenty trace wnce ryp 71n i / tl
latilt', ft-detaloceruutrutand wr.s the twenty pears of the most extensiveTreated
pr.ictiCJ eujoyeil l>y any s-pecidli in JACKSONVILLE! FLORIDA
"r+'nr of many important military enrtPlll'llt nathaw.i\'s and imifornibucH -
.I..cmntf'Dr. -- -- ----
; ::. In 1M1U. being;: of no fn:'- :..: due tuthig individtial li spite of=y nmulreds..trin ot treatment of nie-ts 1)1.. GOLUtMITII, l y lid,

and haviusrfallen "XC1a5ive r n'arlrfrm \da'tory' mal! parts of the
tl:er 11't' to the ;government rl.eatl\\en I ATTOIt\XlYTLA,
world a-kinit for tho pnvilese of
into a state of dilapidation, it ,,,iull Dr.IIattasray'smethal, of tr.'atmeutJ.e Mieves TITT.SVILLE FLOKIDX.

was returned to such members of the >t f wi 1 i" r"iniKliv>wnonebe-.ide,.H h.> 19 GU well himself aware the of knowledge the:rues ProM'cutiiis attorney for Urevaul county. d 1

company ns still !"uniwl1. During the hief which may ti dune sy-tein, l by,the neerruuid un-kilifn how uoe ivrfeet.of any Notary public. Will practice' in all courts of ; ( j }
rt'construction period the canal fell into 3lood. and Skin bltK-1 l>r. lIath"w3)'seaye.inn'A haa''
still further decay and was soon after Iseases. all form' of ulct k -, Mires, ri D ylJf
\ 1> 1'KXNEY, _
,lotches,pimpl, etc.,and n< t only! n'ytnce.. the skin Ei 1 l
abandoned altogether; by the company iii.l-calp to lUi-ir natural condition,but so purifiesIheliUxKl I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, + C I d ,
controlled its destiniesfor that the diseuuia I pcrmanentlv nl. com ll r .
which had nl"U>lvdr.\enfrim: the !.)-tI>m and all thiswithout TITt'S1 rLLE. FLORID.

a century or more. Four or fivejears idimuWerin; in.isonoiw mil or treatment d
the Lake Drummond Canal ;'ari000Cleand andMncmreoamcttuHlot ; e clu- dicial ciicu it.JAMES .
a,'o TR.I1'I;E IsY
Stricture stveivnisocnamiin90la'rcent I ___ .u_ _____ gILINGS
and Water company acquired the franchises au WHM result, in a perfectit --I5ETWKKXJACKSONVILLE
>d permanent cure. No Oi't'rdtinn re inirfd and AXDItEAVS,
restored the canal
and thoroughly no iMin or inconvenience are e\H-nenced hv thwiatifiit AND NEW YORK
expenditure of $!I()),(IlO. The expen-e of thIs trp.itment is much lean I .11'TultSE1-AT-LAII'.
after an thin: that nf anv otwratinnnr hiv>:.pital! or mtitutetreatment Main office and address, TibbaK Florida. Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways.
old Dismal Swamp canal i is to ,an.lls tenth safe and snn'wytnrin? the
If the organ: ti>a con Jition of inrfect,nornnl health. I Office at Fort fierce Fla., upon the 2nd and The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service.TIIC .
become a part of the projected "inside"Aater ; rr.IIathawaha!-repareda new 4th Fridays of each month .I -
Kidney tr.tque-nunblankforthnsenhnhaveOI56a51:5. CLYUiKM EXjXUXU SOl.'TIICIlLIMN<
will bo necessary to Notary Public, State at Lame
route-it to I
reaoon npeet Kidney trollbl and __Direct Service Brtw'eeu--
tlll hlank he will gladly'Pod free to
With ; :
dirpen it considerably. 1':1osa; everyone who sends him hey name and nddre '. J. WEr.n, Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and All Eastern Points.
the Chesapeake to The demand for ))r. Hathawav'new I
thus secured from New Book book "Manlmeus Visor. Health" has I. Calling i \ .at Chirle-ton bothSEMIWiltKLY ways.
the Albcmarle the next link In the FREE.alreadpe ." the first edition of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I : : S.IILISGS.UUt61KrndFrmu .
would be route connecting thewaters 100,ooo but for a limited time a copy of i TITUSVILLK. FLoRwA.I L..wi. Wharf, ISii-iin. N'nt.iboiiud rom fnot of Ca'hctine Srert.laclMJarille" )
chain a this! book will be sent free to anyone who send his
Albcmarle :sound with thoseof : o u iname and address to Dr. Hathaway. I Will practice in the courts of the 7th ju 1 CLl' lAt; > T. JU11\ti 11 1 V'Itt LIS1;. 1
onsu a ,
Ion Dr. Hathaway makes; BO charge dicial
I l'unlil'oUUllI1.. It is for the i' tabll FREE.forcnncultationendadviceateither rirruit.- I DfcB\KY LINE. /
bis office or I'.v mail. - --- Iteiueen ?.Ju.k..nIIle and Sanfortl.
of such a route that surveysare J. NEWTON HATHAWAY M. D. I
>: 50 YEARS' :Stopping: at l'alatka..ttlr., M Francis. Bl'rc.t'urll 'DtLnuil i. Blue Sprin-r and otheriutrrmediae .
engineers Dr. &Co..
nude by government ;
bcinu' j 'landing on St. Johns Kiver.Steamer .
25 Bryan: Street Savannah, Ga EXPERIENCE
whose: ill:dings n'plll"tl'tl through MEXTIOX Tlll 1'\1'J>>WUEX WltrTING. i i "FliCIVK IlK'tARY.1: C'T.V.. A. :Sifiw.
the proper Uanuel. will doubtless i> .ippuinied to ail as follows:

reach congress at its coming sess'on. :j IAa\es Jjisi ni'le' 310 p. m.
SAMUEL HUUBARD. FERRYSSEEDS : !: :i\e> >anforcl J a It. ra.. Enterprise \W.3'J: a. u.lluudaylCedn('Jays and Fridays.'Southlxmnd .

SCf l I:DCLI:. Northlx,und
i read down
The best method of cleansing the liver I Leaves: 30, Ptu------------ -----------Jac.onrille----------! _.\rrive read 2 09 up
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i is the u-e: of the fammi little pills known TRADE: MARKS > 4.1; put-------------------- -- ---I'alatka.----------___ __'____----__Leai w pm
n< l >eWitt's Little Early: Ri:'er*, easy to DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS .". 3 hI\ atu--------------------- -------1-tar---------------------------- 2 30 pm
Wilson & Son. &c. I .130: anLud ... .St. franrts----------------- "
neverripe, -- ----- ------ 1 (H.>
' take, : Anyone sending a sketch and JIQI
description may Hues;".rd (IeLinlli------------------: '
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quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an ..
t Thousandsofgarden
invention is probably pHtentable. Communications ti 00 am.---------------------- lilue;! spring' u___ ------u_. 11 IH am
"In wooing tllUiI, this wayward maid, e1'8dl'pendon Ferry'sed3eery strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents An ive,3) a. __nunhU__ -----__-..:-',tnfuni----------------------_ ___ 0 )
tIC '
"what sort of filter year and never suffer sent free. Uldest aeency for securing patents. .. !SI :.') am__ .__Enterprise ___ .* a i
r' I asked, disappointment. Cheap sutati- Patents taken through Mann & Co. receive --n------un-- u--- ---- --- --h-- n 9 30 am
Did you employ?" The youth replied: ruins bring loss, not paying crops. tpttial notice, without charge, in the General Passenger and Ticket Office, 2C4 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.

eoila filled her" It pays to pay a little more for Scientific Jlm rita" W. H. I WARBURTON' P. A., F. M.
"The tae cream FEaR Y'S 8EI.Dll Five' per paper # _' IRONMONGER. JR.. F. p A.,
ever'whereand always worth it. I 19 blare M.. New Yoik. 204 West Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla.
; A handsomely illustrated weekly. I rest:: otr Ie. P. LOVELL. A-wt. Fla. JXO. '
ilwayi the Best. 1900 eedlnnualfree. Supt.'upt'riutt'nlleut!
and lameness culation of scientific Terms, 13
: any Journal. r
For sprains, Chamberlain D. M. FERRY & CO., DETROIT MICH. year: four months, |!L Sold bran newsdealers.Branca I lIt1gali St 'ac= ,IlViI'! Fa.! Foot Hr>;::"n : there i is nothing so good as I TH A I n. II U.THEO. I.'N tI t rn'iht .1.'Nnt r..ut H. '!'1II t..J I"k.; '1:, :' Fla.
, Pain Halm. Try it. For sale by H. H. I M 1 N Co 6 :,ter' New York 1 G. EGER. feral )lana cr. 'OLl'.CLYIJE.lct..b"! ,1.t :';d|e.-\gt.'uts.

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'f.; + r.-L.HUGHLETT, M. DDANIELti ily'afid1arj6utexhausted;" eIng covered J ttELBOUBNE STATElBANK- pital his::;, :D REWS;! TIi

.. : c ,.Dj)..8.- Offices over The Indian River with'sweat andJilood. tIre Dexter was 000.:J H. Phillips, president; ILP.Branch, "
:t : ',to'seekthe j cashier.l'The only ban oa the-low6lnver. '; !i
( ':&. !DrugCo'sstaratheleadingDrngestablis} bujnteraall ahrand. had ; ( TIM'sLlf : ;
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pineppleregion of Brevard !
>-mint of the. Indian rimcountry county.
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I ,/\ get patched up .
'c..' $;F.'li1tYI5'dCAExelasiva'IVholesala: -' r-f: MI4 T ?'\ ? V <: ibf- i c" "EAU OALLIEBUSINE3S IIIItECTOR7f.; : !
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pate erstarry Ilia largest: atoctof: General 1. ... ':" \Jj Itil3aved'Iler" Llte,'... ef ; ........; i- HODGSON, BROTHERS. J. : I'' ;UND fOR I Iclrhiro6tic.
Merchandise on the east coast of Florida. Miss Mamie Smith Middlesboro, Ky., Chandlery and Shelf Dry Good :The father? L E'G'AL :
i Hardware, Pipe andfittings '
,', Can meet_ all, m iionVrte.f_ :prices. writes My littleSister had. the croup : ClothingPaints: andOils: ; Grocer-, : Goneforthe :
t ';.". 4i: WILLIAM HINDLR-Undertaker" and EmBalmer Very bad I: gave her'several' dotes ofFoley's lea.. Marine railway, steamer for charter. -: ; -
. doctor..,
; ,Bic1cleSand..SewingM&chine.u Honey< ,and Tar.andehe<< was inBtantly.Velieved. ,
.' plies,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing It.:'saved her. life.B.Vilson ,: .. : EAU, GALLI ) mother? Alone J COMPANY H.4.W. B.,
of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge \ & Son. V-JT- i with her suffering DREw..B.r'lANKS
I F; E. Shone has his new. ,fishing. boat :
17., ; .: Steam Cooker. : well under'way. child. ""CUo,; I ,
FfiANKLIPP = Shoemaker. Forty CODRTENAT.: :/ .
Practical Willthedoc-
Houston ').A. -
.; ,. .' !. years experience; all kind 'repairing' Sam. Grant's horse,is laid up,with a Capt. John suffering with a ,tor never I -- .
done nice and cheap"; also ladies'and men a snake-bite,_but is able,to sit some now, carbuncle on his shoulder' ; P I.1 -
shoes made to order -Walter.Hatter ..George and J.A.. ,Gilbert is.improving' the ground! a JOSH N" C. STOCK OJT' President, '"
:. THE TRAFFORD BAKERY.=First quality about his residence and.cottages' Whenthsreis THOMAS P. Dx iiAM. Cashier,
Bread/made of high'gradetlonr,'sent to any mmet Field have commenced fishing : croup in JAMES D., BAKES, Ass't., Cashier.

I... \- address;also never-failing home-made yeast with new rig throughout."Ranger" Miss Mozel Williams, Melbourne, is the house M
': .' cakes. Ice Cream every Saturday' spending a week with Mrs. W.J.Nesbitt.i .
wears a broad,grin,,when be can'tget
r r. you National Bank oftheSlaleofflorida
:.,' GOTO J. M. 'SANDERS, The' Old' Reliable look into the temple of learning, and W.J. Nesbitt has returned from a business -' the doc- t
,, I : fresh and reliable goods ,
Store for good
'. auch as' Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery, sees no. there. Jacksonville and St.Augnstine tor quick enough. It's .

.' Hats,Trunks and a full line ,of. rooeries.t LaRoche Brothers ,are putting in a C. Ainsworth reports the weather in too dangerous to wait.

I JARVIS HOUSE-Open'all the year round. box-dia n'io-drya piece of 'road, and D. Chicago,' when he left, as warm as in Don't make such a mis- ,

, Pleasant location facing the river:; on river LaRoche;and L. Allen'are making lots of Florida. take again ; 'it may costa ..-
day,special terms by for Mr. ? >:.
Rates$2.00 Porcher.
.front per ones
'the week or month. open Mrs. Frank Houston and son, Artie, of life. Always keep on CAPITAL 10000000. ;!i

Our merchant has just imported several Sebastian, were visiting their old home hand a dollar bottle ofAYtr.s .
t FORT PlUCK BUSINESS DIRECT RY, cases of fresh-canned Jews-harps and here this week., Des inated depository of the State of Florida t>

dry'goods; and if the big and of the City of Jacksonville. Solicits .,'
Surgeon orange crop Mr.and :Mrs.
e Nathan <
C. /'PLATTSr- Physician .and Schuylerof ,spent '
accounts of all classes and offers every facility : .
: l Calls to any point on the river promptly. fetches' near last season's prices, he will Sunday inEauGallie. Mr. Schuyler left : consistent with prudent banking. Eecoguiz- _

; Uji# answered. Fo t Pierce. Florida. put in a stock of automobiles; then' you for Baltimore, Md., where he will enter a ing the needs of that class who accumulate a r. '1 i
1 ought to call on him. medical college. surplus we will allow interest on time de -f

: i : UP A AND D DOW m, (EAST A I ''com. Mrs: Raphe Carter, Mrs.Jalma Laphamand Mr.and: Mrs.Ainsworth., of Grand Rap RfieYfi. below posits., condensed We invite from attention our last to the official statement report ;,.1 t
Miss.Nome 'of Merritt
j : overlooked
, : .' ids, Mich.arrived Monday. He will put to the honorable controller of the currency:

, Brief Mention of Minor Matter Occurring the entrancing scenery in -town last week, his naphtha launch into commission as 'CONDENSED .,
J' s 'c' and Mrs. L. purchased a distinguished- P' lora
soon as possible.
... ft ,at Neighboring Towns booking game rooster with a crow, spurs STATEMENT OF CONDITIONAt ,?ti,
. if!t' '' COCOA. and pedigree: .as. your arm. William will ship his J largest close of business June 29, 1900. :,'j
, .: t crop of oranges from Eau Gallie this sea-- It cures the croup at
Gilmore Frink"is'now night Tommy Lipton may have a corner on -1
W operator
son. young groves are. also lookingwell once. Then when any ;
: in the F. E. C. office here ,'iceN., W. the hogs in Chicago, London, ,New York .and promising. one in the family comes RESOURCES. or

McIntosh, resigned. and other small villages; but in this .city Loans and discounts__ __-._. _$253OS4.19 ;
, 'made busi Frank Harper has one, as he owns ten as Messrs. Max and E. G. Randall left down with a hard coldor United States bonds______________ 101,000.00 ;
' B. J.: Hilliard,-of Tropic, a sleek, sanctimonious corn fed beasts with New York Saturday on the.Clyde steamship cough a few doses of Premium on U. S bonds=________ 3475.87 .
. ness trip to this place last Monday by way becoming tails as for Jacksonville and are expected to the Pectoral will cut Bonds. stocks and securities_______ 14.'iO 9.72'. .
ever squealed weighing
: of the steamer Spartan. Banking house, furniture and Fix., 44,417.62 .
. arrive here this ..
: from 290 to 400 pounds. week. short the attack at once. Other real estate owned__--_______ 6,700.00 ,

: e Postoffice Inspector Tate passed through Having known J. R. Miot for fifteen Will. Kitcheii has been engaged as engineer f 'A 25 cent bottle will cure Cash and Due from banks186,824.12 .' ?

t our town on Monday from a visit to some years and found him upright and capable for Mr. Max Randall's new launch I a miserable cold; the 50c. $660,591.12 I

r! of the Merritt Island postofficea. with a stiff back-bone, and born south of the Dawn. He is well up in his professionand size is better for a cold

:i' .. Sam Childs left Tuesday for Titusville Mason & Dixon's linewe should"holler" will be sure to give satisfaction to his that has been hanging on. LIABILITIES. I

j.I A to repair the furnace of the Florida Extract for him for new employer. '
county commissioner, if he Keep the dollar size on bud. Capital stock -_------------------|100.000.00
4I company's plant in tbat town. only had a free pass? but ho\v in the The steamer Canaveral is having her "About 25 years ago I came near Surplus and profits________-_____ 28,10893 '1'
dying with consumption, but was Circulating notes__________________ 100,000.00
Y Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Minis, of Bonaven- world is he going to work for our dear, bottom copper painted and new gunwales cured with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Dividends uncalled for..__________ 200.00 l

: ture, drove into town last Saturday with "great benefactor" without one? placed on her. The steamer Kathleen since medicines which in time the I house have and kept recommend Ayer's Deposits.____________ ---------- 431,682.59 t
f f a wagonload of oranges for shipment.Mrs. is eking the Banana river mail route them to all my friends." j
You assume no risk when you buy pending the repairs C.D.lliTnEWroYJan.1G,13 $660,591.52EAST ;1t t
S. 0. Wade and Miss Clara Sanders Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar :::>. Bristol,Vt. .t

,t 1 who have been summering in the I rhoea Remedy Wilson & Son will re The Aspinwall place is much improved Write the Doctor. I! you have any 1

.. t mountains of Georgia, arrived home last fund your money if you are not satisfied under the care and management of C. L. beat complaint meaica whatever advice, write and desire the doctor the COAST MEAT MARKET .

1\ .. Saturday. after using it. It is everywhere admittedto Taylor. The grove is being budded ai d Ireely. AddressDr.
i :. is he the most successful remedy in use cultivated. This is one of the handsomest .J.C.AYER Lowell,Mass. G. F DUflEN, Agent, : '
Our school building now topped
)H new for bowel complaints, and the only one and best locations in town, having fine .
:: by a tine, sweet toned bell, purchased by that never fails. It is pleasant, safe and }houses and suitable ,
i popular subscription, ard put in position reliable outbuildings on the -- -- J

..II..'.. last Monday. STOCK FOR SALE. property.You STUAUT. tt' } Florida. '

) i 0. K. Wood, who has been spendingthe The following stock ought to know that when suffer Mr. John Taylor has just purchased n :: and
is offered forsale by the ing from any kidney trouble that safe & -
! t summer m northern Georgia, stoppeu owner at very low prices, if taken at once: sure a : new launch. Ifl \VesternIeats 1
remedy is Foley's Kidney Curie. :
One care and fine I ,
his his colt, colt three
over here last Friday on nay to months
I Guaranteed Mr. H. Witham is
old, good blood price $100 one thoroughbredmare or money refunded. B. R. now busy hauling _
r ; ; .ist. Lucie river home. colt, one year old$60; ; one stallion colt. Wilson & Son. wood from Jupiter narrows. )

r In Justice Sanders' court Monday a case sixteen months old, $35; one fouryearoldmare Captain T. J. DeSteuben is tlu- .
rushing '
y ,
broken of all .
to harness
and .
saddle MELBOURNE.Mrs.
I' against Prince Williams resulted in a tine ; one work his .
pair of mules and wagon, $225 one pair of on pineapple shed I
; of o and for and ol ; John Jensen and three little "t
$; costs entering, one heavy mules and wogon, $250; one mule,$75 dill E. visited West Palm K' d
i $25: and costs:: fur currying a concealed guaranteed for all work and gentle; one yokeof drenof, Jensen, were in town Saturday. III S. n
cattle and wagon, $75; three hundred head Beach Sunday and :Monday on business. .
'j'I' weapon. of hogs, in good order,$-tOO. Miss Emma' :\Iitche.llieft here last Fri. t
:; Capt. and Mrs. C. J. Coggin, wellknownllockledge Also the following real estate : House and day for Maitland to visit friends there. O.K. Wood and family, who have been TitusvHle Florida. :
lot located simmering at Dalton.Ga. returned home ,
near Titusville,ten ,
residents $1,500
winter arrived the acres ;
twenty acres pine land, Nathan Downey keeps busy these day! Friday.
part orange .
t' latter part of last: week, and are pleasant fifty bearing trees giving some of
$3'JO; forty acres of hammock our cottages new coats of
ly located at home among the wrung and orange grove on same, $800; house paint. The schooner Mary B., in charge of BOBBINSQEAHAM
.IIt groves of that noted locality and lot in North Miami, $500. C.-iJt. Ross! was discharging a cargo of oil
For further particulars inquire at oraddress :Messrs Worley and A. J. Goode drove here Saturday.
(i" The remains of J. L. Verner were X, care STAB office, Titusville, Fla. up to Eau Gallie last Sunday to cull on &
'4 r brought up from Banyan last Friday ofMI. frit-lids. The East Coast Fish company will

t.. 4 the steamer Spartan and sent by rail to KLONDIKE. Jacob Young, of Jensen, was the open their fish business at this place on CO. ,

J his home in Georgia. Mr. V. died at the The much-needed rain arrived Saturday Mrs. M. Johnson and I family the guestof past or about November l\vith E. Styphmann (Incorporated. Paid up Capital ;23,000.00.) f

residence of his brother, who lives at and everything is fresh and green. week. as manager. This company owns lands '

I i: Banyan. John C. Jones killed a fine buck last Mrs E W.IJutlerand si:trr\Iiss\ Emma Mrs. J. N. Feaster, who has been quite in the Indian River Coun : .

Will Kitchell, of Eau Gallie, a well week; he reports finding quite a number. Tupperreturned home from Onnond last ill for tome time and is visiting hei try, on the St. Lucie hirer,

1 known steamboat engineer: on the river, George Hall was out last weeK getting week. daughter at this place for her health, i is at New River, and on Biscayne
much better.Pineapples.
and who has been employed on a steamboat
I ready to move over the first of next Miss Helen Miller came up from Grant Bay. ,
running on the west coast of the ; month. to spend Sunday with her mother, :Mrs continue to move.averaging;

I. state, has been in town several days theIJaat S. F. Gibbs. about forty crates per day. The amountof PRICES 1'0 SUIT THE TIMES
i :: week to receive medical treatment Several cattlemen were in this vicinity shedding now being done assures us
for walal' a.t last week gathering up some cattle that New Haven avenue is having a new another large for 1901. The ? Send for land list.
had strayed in here. coat of shell and our streets are being put crop recent OFFICES AT '
t A hunting party consisting: of B. F. into good shape.! rams have been a draw-back to those who

Deal, of City Point, G.S.ilaruee, of Rock Our people are debating whether we are hard at work on their new sheds. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. iC1r.15..1.GAltDNFh

ledge, aim S. S. Jones, of this: town, lefti are farmers or agriculturists. From present We are pleased to learn that Mr.McCoyand l

Wednesday forenoon for a big camp hunt indications, we are farmers praying family, also Mr. Hadley and family Feelings) of safety pervade the (- .I.

o t out in the Lake Winder section. They for the success of Agriculturist Bryan. are expected to spend the coming winter hold that uses One Minute Cough Cure tS
Melbourne.: the only harmless remedy] that
are all good hunters and venison will pro t1Cl':-
: immediate results. It i is infallible foioonjihp I A FEW
surely grace the board, if the dogs are There are now daily inquiries about cottages
f cold?, croup and all throat and
: fresh and the deer not ton wary. SCOII'SEmulSion : to rent for the coming reason and it lung trouble*, it will pi event consump ll I i

t looks now a* though Melbourne would tion, Wilson & Son. will have
The for this I an opportunity \
voting place precinct will have full houses this winter.At to inspect a fine
probably be in the vacant saloon assortment
building I tin residence of :\1 r. and 3[rs. John OASTORIA: : I of seasonable
i lormerly occupied byJ.D. Crabb and The Kind You Have
(food last Bears theBignatare Always Bougtt
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Tuesday evening r.:1nd Mr.-* :
more recently by W.J. Tucker. .No more
L. C. :Muoiv, of J Rot-eland, celebrated the #+ # ;
or convenient
; place could be H HFREUE1t1CK FULL
I ; had in town, as voters can pass from the eleventh anniversary of their marriage of !I NOVELTIES

! ; general election booth to that of the btat.primary .e Dainty refreshments were. served - i

0 without leaving the building. of Cod Liver Oil is the means We would call the attention of our town .\. MOKGAX, j in Dress Goods, such as

of life, and enjoyment of HL- to oflicers to the fact that it is dangerous REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, j Venetians, Crepons, Sat- 1

It is a rare occurrence for S. S. Jonesto thousands and these dark nights to allow people to ridbicvclcs e COLLECTIONS, in-Soleil, Poplin, etc., on
outside the town limits and find : men women pale
go not the ide walk without
on a light, Stenography, T.YI'I'writill .
. a rattlesnake. Last Friday, while making children. and S.
we hope they takeome actionto
NOTARY I'rw.ic.
a trip to Lake Poinsett, he found and TITUSVII.LK, FLA. THIS WEEK.
When appetite fails, it have it stopjied, before someone is in -' ----
killed a large rattler and on he
riding horseback in the Sunday woods as stores it. When food is a in ted. GKO. M. Iioimxs, F. A. MOEUAJT, Will you be one? i
was he I'
:; .\ number of friends met at the tIt'potla.t President. Actuary..
came upon another and killed it, and burden, it lifts the burden. DRY GOODS SHOES
hid 1
Friday to guod bye to Mr. Lock- BREVARDAbstract FURNITURE!

" then wound up the good day'sorkby When youlose bring; wood and family who left: for We.-t Palm ______ ___ _V_'. _____....... '
dispatching a large moccasin Ik-ach\\liere will make their 'I'ITt VII.LE, T.r L.\. tr
". the plumpness of health. they future of
i Mrs. Ixah Wright, the wife of Peter home. We all wish them good luck; they Title : -- -- ---- i
When work is hard and ... __ _______ i
E t Wright, the mail carrier, encountered a have left many warm friend here who \ MIMS'BOARDING h
, large rattlesnake in the road last Saturday duty is heavy, it makes !lir\ will miss their plea-ant! company. COMPANYWill

'i near the Nail place, where they reside bright.It '
MALAR.U.Postotl abstracts of title \ '
and after a plucky fight succeeded is the thin edge of the Tate for lands in Brevard county. j HOUSE
ce Inspector wa. here .
vicious On : a "
in killing the reptile. Monday the thick end is food OFFICE UX ER LAOFFICI'; OF
, snake of the wedge; few days ago on a tour of inspection.Mr. ,
morning a young same GEO. M. EOBB1 S, TITUSVILLE, FLA. 4
species was found dead in the road near But what is the use of food? C. S. Schuyler, cf Titusville, and I Titusville, Fla.

the spot where the large one was killed when you hate it, and can't digest Mr. J.E. Baler, Rockledge, were visiting ....FOR..... i I

two days before; killed\ probably I on Sun it? :Mr. E.W. Schuyler the past week A Shave and a Hair Cat MRS. C. X. 11 Dr"', proprietresSj 't

day by some one traveling the road. The Barrett place has been cleaned up I oooooooPleasantly
Scott's Emulsion of Coo <
Ilersey Dexter received painful bruises by :Mr. Branch, who now owns the place, .GO TO....
Liver Oil is thefood that makes ;:: = =. I situated within '.
wa last Monday by being thrown from a ; and we learn that he contemplates other Garrutbers= -- - i short distance of f
road cart and having one of the wheels you forget your stomach. improvements. tatIou. . i.1
run over his head. The horse ran away If you have not tried It, send for Mr. aiul Mrs. Frank Idner, Malabar ..... Shop, i i t sEONABCE
free sample, its agreeable taste vvil PEA
and into a barbed wire fence, breaking s irprise you. came up from West Palm I Beach Sunday None but experienced work-1 TTTT*SVILLF .

both .haft tearing loose flow the cart SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists. for a visit to Mrs. Idner's parents Mr. men employed, aTilt perfect propTm '
and getting several pretty bad cuts. When 409 50c.Pearl and Street.$ all druggists.New York. and Mrs. 11. C. Stank satisfaction guaranteed......... j Special weekly or ':

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:, J4- tldeaj eharging. Our firs: was tog hot.. deck, _The last' stepfto- tine loading Lzi Kc D.IF 4 G

: *> I l SOCIETIES ETC..TTTUSYILLE !J however- and demoralized:; them.. so procet, teas to shore,- the" -mass- throughthe ,< 1 "J" '- ;'" WARP Bright"' 's disease,

that they broke. whets pon my 'sq ad. amidship s'lntoth
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fop mounted and charged as foragers. hutroomybQld ...
: -Jones,:presMentj iL Dixon treasurer".J. : : J"B serious kidney or bladder

i Q. Bast, secretary. Meets second Wednea- with three yards 'I Interval using the It was once my fortune to have an disease, ,is .jwhat .thousands a

_,. day.night' inj" ach- -month- -- at, theirrooma.T. ., ... pistoUuntll,. mpty.aud' ,,then",-the saber. :Interesting.experlenee onboard a.pelx : 0 are doing who do not
t' with the result of.. breaking their 'center be of them.
bier. occurred You one
during the summer know it. may
i. : .& .-Indian River lodge, No. 90, holds '
f-'', :1& its meetings the second and fourth Friday and :sending< their two. flanks? past of 1899.. The vessel; was probablyJthe' Are you neglecting; that backache

i.'" evenings of each month at the court house. ,our support,,whose decimated: them last of Its Ilk'\.remainingtrue to the i I I tired-out ..feelingdizziness or other

.=, ,&A:Stewart, Wi M.; F.-A:Morgan 8ec'Y. ; terribly.The purpose for which it was//constructed. \ S S S symptom of kidney .disorder ? The
; charge of .the first had certainlybeen From symptoms of kidney : disease* are
( ultcsss. : every coign ot'vintage_ the dugs
__ to
; e& and even
: U peculiar baffling
,f" : a lesson for 1fr.f'Boxer. as nearlyevery" of the "pebbles" were La evidence. The, "many '
EP1SOOP.AL.CHURC1L-Rev.B.F."Bro 'man""whose::horse bad "ndrfallen"got "' 'S I doctors
t': 4 4 'Rector Services second and fourth Sundays o !I unusually 'broad' beam, the noticeablytall Here is a, simpl and suretestwhich

1, :' in each month at-11> a. m. and '130; p. m. at least one'Iruln.. while one lieutenant mastsand_ the]blunted bows were any pne:may ;try;;: '/:

d<. Sunday school:: every Sunday 9OQ( a.'m, caught five: three with the pistol ill there. SAt Set aside a'bottle o! urine for twdre j hoars. _.

'" PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Rev.: John A. and two with the saber. Thea the the'time cf my adventure I was If a sediment or settling occurs it b a sure

Bengals Came' on and poked 'their making to Mount ,Desert ,sign oliidnef disease.Foley's < "
'i b. .f Hngheapastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.; a canoe trip is absolutely
: Preaching 11 a..D ..and 7:30 p. m. Prayer lances through everything on 'the island from 'Blue. : Hill. In the Krakanoe Kidney; risk. See .
"' meeting Wednesday; 7:30' ground. Some of the Boxers who had guaranteed You run no
; : a Cambridge built canoe, belong
that you get Foley's, the guaranteed
,..L. 1. BAPTIST CHUECH-Preaching at fitasville been shamming death were awakenedto ing to a friend of mine the well.known ,cure. _

,. ji{' second Sanday in each month morning and find themselves actually dead. We Captain Robert C. Adams of )Montreal t

t ,evening. Prayer meetings ery Wednesday followed our usual humane course and I had started from the village wharf. BANNER SALVE heals all hurts but Cupid's wounds. .
i ,. eveni gat 7:00 o'clock. Sunday school
took GO prisoners, of them
some When off the mouth of Union River
: 9:45 Indianola on
i g every,Sunday at a. m.
t". the fovrth Sanday; LaGrange on the I firsts wounded, for which we were after- bay I noticed a large two masted B. R. WILSON & SON. .

, .4; ""', Sunday E. N. BELL. Pastor ward severely reprimanded by ,the pro schooner riding at anchor. On board-
l tt:' ', .,';_;: Ii. METHODIST CHURCH-Rev.J.E.Mickler, visional government as they had to ing her I was greeted by .a dilapidated

r ;. F Pastor. Services first and third Sundays in give each one of them a separate trial salt who wanted to know why I was

r :<'-<' 9 each month at 11 a m. and 7:00 p. m.;.San.c and t execute the greater part but "tli kln through the waves 'n a peanut _I 1 ,i N, ,: ;$!
, ., IUM. day school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; EIJi the lancers simply finished up everything shell." "
, worth league every Sunday: at 3:30 p.m.; sight ,Strengthens \; ; 3 3I
in and afterward burned
; t';;; Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p. The captain and most of the crew, J- <-

1 t t ,* m.; Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednesday the town. Our loss was very slight In- who were on the north shore of the ,

'I...... : ."....'... at 3:00 p. Everybody welcome. deed, one man mortally ,and ,six slightly deer infested Long island filling dories System, :',
I .0 to severely wounded, two horses with pebbles and ;
r= TOWN DIRECTORY. gravel, soon came on
.' .,4 killed outright one dead of exhaustionand board. In answer to my queries as to "
OFFICEES.A. D. Penney Body
,"' TOWN mayor one foundered, with seven slightly
collector the peculiar nature of the cargo which ., ,
,. M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax :, I>' r
, C. S. Schnyler; clerk and treasurer John wounded. filled the hold almost to the hatchesthe "0

Henry assessor; D. L Gauldeii. F. A. Los- : The enemy got it. pretty badly, captain a typical old down east I : and Nerves. >..;

.. ley J. M. Dixon, W. R. Knox Jno. R. :Walker though. No one actually counted the Jack Tar replied: "Waal my fr'en, we
councilmen. The council meets first ; j. ",
dead which left the field but 5" : '
we on a
I s Tuesday in each month. air 'pebblers. The Amelia F. Cobb, -:t'> T. .' :
*.- lieutenant counted as far as 205 and said be, pointing to the deck, "is the '
i .':: : '. a; : : '. .-.;
DIRECTORY. i 1 0 > -
y COUNTY then got tired. We were all of us rather ginooine article. She air eh 'pebbler

;. COUNTY OFFICERS.. L..Tit 1s- horrified atthe. action of the lancers now. henceforth and forever Even ef

' : I yule county judge; .11. Goldsmith Titus as it was our first experience of the the fireproofen racket hes tuk the s

vile prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart sort but I guess their course is about cream offen our milk. I cal'late we kin ij
Titusville clerk. circuit court; J. F. Woot-
'' the only one to be pursued. stan it fer awhile."
I ,; en Cocoa, tax assessor E.W.llaU.Sha.rpes. .
tax collector John Henry Titusville ROBERT MACMASTEB. FREDERICK R. TOOMBS. tI

treasurer; J. H.-Sams, Courtenay, superin- ,
tendent public instruction; J. 0. Fries, Ti- It May Save Your Life. : A Lima Man's Testimony. t'

I tusville county surveyor: J. P. Brown Ti- A dose "
or two of Foley's Honey and I have obtained excellent results from "'f
tusville sheriff T. J. Cockshutt LaGrange
registration officer.; Tar will prevent an attack of pneumonia the use of Foley's Kidney Cure. It relieved WIN E1 .

grip or severe void if taken in time. my back-ache and severe pain ARSANI ,

COUNTY CO nUSSIONERS.-J R. Walker, Cures coughs, colds, croup, la grip, hoarseness over the hips. It toned up my system

Titusville chairman;W.H.Sharpe Sharpes; difficult breathing, whooping cough, and gave me new vim and energy. I re-
Jos. Mendel LaGrange; Jno. Houston Eau incipient consumption, asthma or bron gard it as an honest and reliable remedy l

Gallie; J. N. Waller Ankona. Regular sessions chitis. Gives positive relief in advanced for all kidney diseases. It makes no
held first Tuesday each month.
stages of consumption, asthma or bron- false claims but does what it says when

chitis. Guaranteed. B. It Wilson & given a fair trial. I certainly recommendit. No other preparation has ever received .
t C UNTY SCHOOL Dixon so many voluntary testimonials from
N Titusville; S. F. Gibbs, Melbourne R. E. Son Win. Finn, 447 Elida Road, Lima 0.I eminent people as the world-famous-

t Mims Bona venture. ). It. Wilson & Son Mariani WineGives. . . _
. 5 tiff O ON A PEBBIEII.An f .
Judge-Prisoner I realize

1E AMERICAN ARMY OFFICER IN CHINA.i Old New England Traffic Which i* Rapidly how swistly the wrong-doer, hope is you punished; Appetite

1 in six short weeks after your crime you ,

i Treachery and Superstition of the Anti- Dying Out. stand ht the bar of justice.

3r Foreign Revolutionists. Special Correspondence of The Florida Star. Prisone-i Yer, yer honor; me money Produces Refreshing Sleep,

Special Corresponds ce of The Florida Star. BLUE: HILL. Me.. Oct. :!:;.-The day of give out. '

t., t' PEKING, Sept. 22.-The fighting on the quaint old coterie of New Englandsea Sir Thomas Lipton's talk of leniency to A Safeguard Against Mental Diseases.

the way to Peking was rather grew- dogs who once carried pebbles by those who were caught short in the pork

the shipload to Portland and Boston market, is very much on the order of the
some somethiug like
l very Las passed. Father Time i.'i his Irresistible sympathy he received in America on For overworked men, delicate women sickly children this
butchery being apparently necessary in healthful, invigorating and stimulating tonic has no equal.
course and in his demolition of making such a splendid sailing race for
the case of the Boxers whose firm and
,I long :standing usages l has declared that the cup. __
unshaken belief i is '
I : the superstition thai
the Hum who divests the Maine island D !'E-A small wine-glass full
a man who is a good Boxer will come Do not get scared if your heart troublesyou Sold by all druggists.
l shores of their stony coating shall have most likely you suffer from indigestion three times a day. Refuse substitutes.
to life hour
1 one after he Is killed.
cause to lament. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests; what ,
Those who see their comrades still The trade ot the pebble carrier isunique. you eat and gives the wornout tomal'hperfl'ct I 1

I dead say that he could not have filled rest. It is the only preparation
Moreover, the nature of his
all the requirements of the order andconsequently known that completely digests all classesof "SearchLight"BICYCLE
vocation is known to but a few outsideof
suffered. Out of the foods; that i is whit cures the worst
those who have been directly connected
principal precepts in the warfare bore cases of indigestion and stomach trouble LANTERNS.
with and interested in the traf- after thine else has failed. It
seems to be, "Never a dead China every may
U pass fic. The business consists i in the :supplying be taken in conditions and cannot help GAS AND OIL.
man without saber
passing your ; of builders: various coast cit but do you good, Wilson & Son. :

l t. through: him. as the majority of dead ies with quantities of small stones to u Every one knows our Oil Lantern."
Chinamen are alive and will shoot Healthy MothersFew ,
you Rose
be used in the manufacture of rooting 'Let's play keeping hou e.
in the back" This is founded on fact :Uabit' "All right. Pretend that area
material. The pebbles! are spread oilpaper yon
too. I have myself been lived on three thickly coated with tar and allowed lady and I am calling on you" mothers are healthy because I BURNS GAS
times while visiting my outposts. Poe "That will he fun. Now sit down duties are so exacting. The anxietyof
to become strongly; attached to It i
the shock of childbirth
The allies on the match pregnancy i
captured a and ask how I like cook. iR
through; a process of slow drying; thus me my new and the care of young children, are
number of Boxer spies. .\ little Jay) .
forming durable trials But with
; a waterproof coveringfor ; severe on any woman.
lieutenant got one and proceeded to No Ulght To Ugliness.
buildings of every description. Thegreat Wine of Cardui within her grasp every
make him divulge lie tied his hands The who is i face
advances in the production of woman lovely in form mother-every woman in the land--can
I behind his back and then triced them and temper will always have friends, pay the debt of personal) health she
fireproof building supplies in the last
over a ;;ltl' The lieutenant would ask but one who would he attractive must owes her loved ones. Do you want

a question, while one of the soldiers! few years sounded the deatiikuell fkeep her health. If she is weak, sickly robust health with all its privileges and
i tarred paper as an extensive t'avtor in and all down she will be anil
i. would give the rope a little ,':lnk. The run nervous pleasures? Wine of Cardui will give it
constructing lines. irritable. If she has constipation or to you.
answer as a rule was Immediatelyforthcoming.
Years ago there were scores of kidney trouble her impure blood will
After the had
Jap asked' schooners and sizable sloops manned cause pimples, blotches, kin eruptions
every question he could think of he
and a wretched Electric
by Bailors accustomed to the ever present complexion. ViNECARLMI
told his men to throw the Boxer into danger of the capes and :shoals: of Hitters is the best medicine in the worldto ]

the river which they promptly did after the New England coast that sailed forthin regulate stomach, liver and kidneys ,

shooting him through; the head. and to purify the blood. It gives strongIIPr'e .
female and
j the
the quest of remote beaches There strengthens organs invigorates .
When our troops capture spies, they bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, I weakened functions. For
they might; load without !intcrruptionl'arOl'S every
It will make
complexion. good
do rot use such strenuous methods a female ill or weakness it is the best
of the glistening; but commonplace looking charming of run-down
however. They simply( ask: tl1t'1I111 woman a I medicine made. Ask your druggist for
gems which old Neptune( he of invalid. Only>0 cents at B. IJ. Wilson l
1 Our Gas surmGuns
the questions they wish. secure whatever $1.00 bottle Wine of Cardui. and take no Lantern
the trident and flowing; white beard & Son's drug store.'l
information they can without reporting -_,_.___ u | substitute under any circumstances. I all dif fr.cultics -
had cast tip on the sands from his submarine -
to torture and then turn them Microbes attack ttlt'ir'idil1ls when Mrs Edwin Crass, Corner, Mich.i "Then I heretofore common to lan-

over either to the Japs or the Russia treasure house beyond the they are worn out. We read about them commenced using Wine of Cardui I was hardly able terns burning acetylene.
roach of his i frolicsome mermaids. In to walk across the house. Two weeks after I walked
to question further. This is a very humane ; until we are dead tired and then they half a mile and picked strawberries, When my
method! Among; the myriad i islands of the rugged take a mean advantage of us. other child was boa I suffered with labor pains 24 ; An lnnovation-
; Maine coast: was their favorite hours,and had to raise him on a bottle because I had :
In one of the encounters of the campaign r.o milk. After using the Vine during p.-egnanry ; The "Wishbone" Bracket. :1
; our regiment and two troops of !haunt. Miles and miles away from any Torturir.g skin eruption, burns and this time I gave birth last month to i baby girl,and
habitation these vessels could tIrol'ane'H I sores are soothed at once and promptly was in Lbor only two hours, with but little pain, : f
the Bengal lancers started out about :; healed and I have plenty of milk. For this great improves ; The Bridgeport Brass Co. .
by IHtWiU's Wiu-h Hazel
)! take on board tons of the applying i
meet in my health I thank God and Wined Card w"
in the and struck the
morning enemy'sadvance pebbles. Salve, the best known cure for piles I Bridgeport Conn.
I posts at -I. There was not a beware. of worthier counterfeits, Wilson For advice :n case rriui-ins special direct ens. b ;
After "hauling) in" close to an i island I address, giving symptoms. 'The Ladies' Advisory 19 MURRAY STREET,
Jap in sight so after waiting about an & Son. Department,"The Chat NEW YORK CITY.
denoted by the _. _
captain as "good 'n i
s i hour for them the colonel decided to g lI toi-.ooga Medicine Co., I
likely fer pebbliu'( and the anchor Giattanoojj, Tena, NOTICE.
) nher.d without them. The Bengali
dropped on safe "holding; ground" the A CLEAR HEAD Under and by virtue of an order issued
went over to one side and took the part ; of the I onrt of the
dories would be hunched Two of County Judge in and for <<
of spectators until the lighting; began, '; revard County on the
when they joined in. these seaworthy boats truthfully! described good digestion; sound sleep; a I Brown Sheriff ami ex officio petition Administrator of J. P.of

as craft that "scare a man to I fine the estate of Hubert Morrow
The first squadron of our troops deployed death before drowning him.YPl'e appetite and a ripe old age, l debt of said deceased we deceased will on the to fir pay i'the

in !line of skirmishers mounted usually carried by every "pebbler.:' are some of the results of the use Monday in November A. I), 19X between the t ..
while the third deployed in rear of the lejKu hours of sail sell for cash to the highest ,
Into them the ('rew'uultl place a'heelbarrows and t, ;
first and on its Hanks dismounted to of Tutt's Liver Pills. A single it bidder the following lands lying in t
huge sieves, shovels, planksand. Bre\"al.tll'llullty Florida, to wit:
light on foot horses to the rear a:; CALL FOK UI1H.iiiN Cum
last of all in point of utility though; dose will convince you of their eucingatai l.oiut 5 chains south of the .:
support The first then dismounted : fllrlpt'lIill third class road :: north west corner of the north east
tirst ;': a 11JItlin \ of the ti
perhaps in
and advanced, leading their horses by( mind a demijohn ortwo : wonderful effects and virtue. from the point where the Eau Gallic road i south east i: of the north west i of section 5,

the lariats halting and tiring; iudividwally of significant dimensions! and moresignificant leaves Nw Haven avenue to the noith In- ;.township M: : south, range 35 east run thence
contents. tli-tn field !| south o chains thence east 5
A Known Fact.An including the nemviry bridges chains thence
while the third kept up a strong' : north
: o chains thence
and fills the west 5
llmming their boats ashore through as road: has been laid out anti chains to the

supporting warm; volley and fire.we had Itnoti a couple becamerather oflneim the surf, the men would place uprightthe absolute cure for sick headache (h'l"Iarp,1I'ullic of the board will of county be accepted commissioners by the chairman on j'i| point less. of hegiauiug containing 21 acres more or I

when the sieve and lay the boards end to end or before 12 o'clock at noon 7th, 1900. i i J"EPH P. BROWN
horses hit enemy
and 1 .
some malaria Nov-
dyspepsia sour 1 Sheriff and ExOfficiu
along the beach to where the best pebbles -- ---- Administra, or of
began to strengthen; its left tlaukin the estate of Robert Morrow. t
seemed to be. Then came the stomach dizziness D. L. DOI) ON 'I
an evident endeavor to turn and envelope hardest constipationbilious :M. J. \\'. OSBAN.Commissioner.. ,
part the work. The pebbleswere
our left but their movement pJfched into the barrows ntIlI'unlIl.l fever, piles, torpid liver 1' __ _, '
observed in time and our line Dentist. '
was to the sieve. After being To PATENT Goad
and all
kindred Idul
turned to meet it. All this time they Office at residence, first door south of for

had been fighting: ; behind intrenchineuts thoroughly and screened shoveledto trey would the dories be reloaded Tutt's Liver Pills! county at jail.greatly Only reduced first prices.TITL'SVILLE class .work, I hU1i may em Address t f

out, THE
!but suddenly they popped then rowed to the sel's side and RECORD,

I S FLORIDA. Subtr1pUQllt to The Patent RecordB Upei raaCUMmd'- .

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life _
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'FRtP the:people f ohealth ( fady/'Here Is a dime '4f. .
-'r ,.. y. -' -. B' t Yiesf:-possible'' atta Tazti rit:' at you pill; not gojtQi,that, ;sakxmoter now .the me ;Flori {E : .. .

of ,happIness. and character ] I w ov"and Epe'n..1' jtR' : .., tC 0 astRy. : :;,
I 11'2fEda.oa ,.9Ve w 3t J ;r.y. ,"'ut 0)' f M- < :
frpo '' : '
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.mo" ,;1I! lad bat .
\ M lolarsBro r9P.1JartJ 1.F :
I .FJ IzatIn &U1hivo is there : 1SOUTH-, .,- ,
.g special; .
pedal l'eorrespon 'the ; any saloon! in town jpti
rIo .
,ida 1 1letJb.. onL other would,lifer me (patronize1" BoUND (Read Dot. ij .Ja:Effect 6 '
_::r'ft! ; .. Sept ,1900 (Bead Up} KOBTS SOUND. y. ,
hna'l: (.) t- >rtfi do w ie.: ;' ears {1 n ,. ;. I' .: f. .. '. ;. iNo.iljNaaStia85SUMM : : : '- .: d .
IS Djo)1ng Its first /the -Norld, ou. thi* tiiat tithe .hal'tu2v -; It is well to know' that' DetWUt'a JViteh 'ts. Dally Daily Daly403p Dto. 23. *STATIONS.; ; 1f 28. aid Daily fo32 No DailyOWa tfc fcdCO '.
real sensation's Ja .uJ9 b 'a llde Hazel Salve will heal album and stop the ex Ha : 'tN' e:Ln _.. > .
"manyy lg. 'iUr f & treprod: : :: -
college had $ .fsel.tJ orwouI'd1tnot.strafghtway' pain at once* It will ''care1' 'eczema rI.- .=. lOOOBLv.ilJUft ....,:!.;,Jacksonville . 30o615p -. ... .
Ticke f ?
hardly become established! prJsh 3kindiseasesand ....... 515p Ar....:.. St.Augustine-.,...,.,. 90JA :: H f
? .at an fnst1tut1onOft: lt W S.wlie.nJit from o Ltbe &arth? 'WQ it re grate-! ngly: wonnda .and sorest June1st: ....P. UJaa. Lr...:.....St*Augustine .Ar 90', ??* -
ajul behold, a : tJ.rft'Tf.T'jry5 td scholdrs'and '"crI"-l" is a certain' cure for: piles;. counterfeit : ...., UP U49a61p .....,.... Hastings :.T...T.v:...L 540p35p 82;a* J'..'.-".. 'd .
new spirit .f nterpd (- tff Bcholarship |or offered you,see that you get this 'TouristTicke 1205p Ar-.r_v.Ea3t Palatka......._ 5t5 812a H. ? P -
hallsrand anothertnamtwasjfvealto the;part theme have played In : .... F
the creatil original DelVitt's Witch Hazel! Salve, EffectJune uop ; ; 'o-.Palatka.; n.:.i.L rbt 1&O _. fS >
'thr world:' ",It 'is''now"RaskTn"c6Uege: the modernM.worldJnitaver>snot Wilson &'8on., -, .Tourist ...... .=5.=!On I" .. ........Palatfca. ..... .....Ar 5i3f.a ...... & 0 ,
; lUOPFtAr. __
; ''- .......785 .... .,.. --- .
nd the wh le forget that there are other funs Effect .San.Mateo....-..,,,Lt. 5aa .. ;
'WP ,agapeu i ..... ...... & :. ';' t:
: dinner : & .. .. .35 ,. .,. :.. .: :
Itusktn'college tlons My This is y {
; my ;
Is to be the'ceuter'of; Just alM-airothef; classes just as', a TakeEffect .!..,. 6 Up lOoLv.I36p ........ East Palatka:... ,.Ar 'A: SlOa ...... i> CD, CO a!,.
,the Ruskin] :Hall movement; In-.America. necessary; r other labors, equally difli- regular banquet; ;worthy a Delmonico. BESOBTS ....... Tfp755p .".'....._.....Ormond..Lv" to:!p 64 a631a ......
:The' Ruskin Hall cult and prnls.w rihy.. When trained The finest ppread I have'seen IK an, age. ....... 137p ...........Daytona.'.,........ .* ....:. frf .
movement was conserved ; is do .f..* *?P Itfp ........J ort Oraage..,.., ,..*** 3 tip 6213 .....
analysis and What up; yon expect,company 53Qa 526p ....... *
by Americans, but research; specialists, gen-. SummerCOAS 3iOp NCMT Srayrna--** S' 600a
their first Wife--JfOjbnt I. the cook 553afl&a ...... 233p309p II' ..:.......:Oak HiIl.I ... '155p o Q
roult.hand presume does. ..
manifestation found I ores to a needy world the : BatesTake Summer 23Bp .
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a resting place under SUMMBESOBTS ........ .Ti tus.ale' ...,... .... :
the, I treasures of knowledge ...... ... ., a"...... 225p155p:? loop ICB .
- shadow 'the great ,English which Woman'..Rlg ti.jWoman's 339p ..City Point._.,...... ....... ....... 1f
1- : Bates ... ..,.., 3p350p :........... .,. l
college e,secured-plant.venrS .t. : Oocoa .?....." I47pI226p ....._ ...... rw
at of .
Oxford. The : weary ... ...... ". 0.
story of how ,first inalienable right is free* < :.........Boektedge..v..r. ** 1 gap ..... .......
.Walter, Vrooman Missouri boy,. toil and often at.a cost of health home. dom .from headache ...... ...... 420p 1"" ......,.Eau Gall e...?..... ", 11ip .-..... ....... .tsiwO i
went andconstipation ...... ... "
nervousness ..
to offspring and TouristBates 429p .........Melbourne.,....,... **. lOOp ...,., ...... CCQ
England with ,sometimes of life lts l[ ... .. .. ,
that .
,the avowed purpose so often makes her life, SUMM .; 504p .. .......;.....Boaeland..r.-. ,. ...... P, *:
.establishing we must our gratitude.. On miserable. The chief AskF ...... .... 509p ......-.-...Sebaatiaa, .. --- O .
anew; system of education cause of these trop .. _.t.... ISSSpUSA ..,_. .
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; the other Tourist: b58p 9..r,1, St, Ltuae......... ... ".'H:.. ?
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and hand, if tiles is stomach ,disorder. : 11tl g
,how he selected as the seat of these specialists Dr. Loyal I ...... ...... 605p .........Fort ,Pierce........ :: ....
::his enterprise the town of Oxford with claim that their knowledge Is, the only; Floyd's Dyspepticide is,the new and per T merTourist .... .... 627p631p :...........Tibbais..r....... u 1104aHOUa f:,,. .... : to _4
feet ....:: ..; .: ":... .. ..Ed .. ... .. ... f,
,Its knowledge their, education the cure for these ills. B. R.. Wilson .. ,-. en. ... ._.., ..".::
moss only ....... o"
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:grown Institutions is ,an old &Son. : 635p645p .....:.Jensen ........... lOaaalOftia .... .....
story. That he succeeded education their,, people 'the only pebble ; mer. ...... ...... ..........Stuart.-........* If 1043a .":..... ...... ,1
despite the
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; 7 lop .........HobeSound........." :: 1
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on the beach WANTED-Active lo.1Ja .: .....,
,prophecies of.the croakers. .this coup the workman and man of good character ; ...... ....-.. ,28p ,...... .West Jupiter........ to- .-..... .. .... i 1'
try and Europe and the man, of affairs must be permitted d to deliver and,collect in Florida for old established ...... ...:. 80'p .;..,.West Palm Beach...... 92a..... ..;.... 5
notwithstanding to raise In manufacturing wholesale house.: ...... ....... 87p ":.......... Boynton .......... 9 O'a .;..... .... S &- E
"the''opposition that'he had naturally" fingers gentle protest. If $900 a year, sure pay. Honesty more than L ...... ...... 836p "..-........... Delray ........... 8'1 .. t '_
:meet Is also a well established fact. you wish to' ...... ...... .:. ,
': 1007p1015p ......Lemon .... .... "
.bral'iim. translator bank in tp 'l2aa..... ...
A 'short 't ine.Ingo' the newspapers don a or a university stamped any Enclose;Manufacturers self-addressed third ...... ...... Ar......._. :.Miami ... '.. .Lv 11- ...... ..;... .p..
it is self -
were commenting: upon:the presence In ; -.' evident-' you should secure e ,floor 331 Dearborn St. Chicago Buffett Parlor Cars on Trains 3i and ilk
i A this :of'.fames' Scxfoli lor mm me training oy which such
country and C. r Between: Jacksonville Pablo Beach and Mayivort.
'\''. Bowermau delegates from the men are. made', and for such a university ,- No.Y'o.a: : NTal No 15DaUy .

I. :British,trades unlon'sts.-who had'come course Is not only the best; It Is Sun Son Daily STATIONS.815aLv..Jacksonville.. Naldxal8'No18!Pally' Sun
to the only education that will only only eiSu ex tin DaUy787a exSu
thy United States to bear If. only
wishc-s from their good 'howe"fer. you wish to have men of affairs 6dOp 2IJOp 500p .. ..........; ..Ar -1 tie SOOp452p 8Wp -......
associates to their 638p 208p 5t3p; 823a Ar. .............So.Jackaoncille..Lv
1 Inventors discoverers ';05p 235p 8115' .. ...... : 552p ......
850a ... .
fellow unionists here and to tender and lead- .Pablo Btmt.h. .......... 710a645a
to( 780p 300p .. ....... 425p 525p: .... .
'the. American labor movement' $20,003 ers of the people a training quite different 600p 915a ..Mayport.. .. ... ...... II 400p 500p ....... '

1- as a donation to the enterprise of' establIshing In many particulars will be M Between New Smyrna and Orange) Between. Titusville and Sanford..... .
found Our City Junction.STATIONS. -
in. this country an In titu- necessary. new Institutiondoes bTATiONS.Nollt .

.. tion; on the plan.of.Ruskin Hall In Eng- not seek to become a substitute- No.i.f| No.2 ooa LT... """'". TiTiwville ,........Ar NoD 12 '" a, .i 1;
' .land. Mr. Vrooman for the old; it Is an addition. We do 3:5p Lv...-....Newlimyrna..Ar, 1i5op ... .. ..;\fim .. 'p .
1 the moving spirit 438p ....... ...Lake Helen... ......Lv 5ttp sI2 ..,.......-CKteen..W'1 t
kj .In ''this.,whole.enterpilse: followed the not underrate the old; we recognize it 454p .. ... Orange trite........ -. 524p 85Ua w ..........Enterprise93JaAr ....... 1135a .;' .
I as the best 500p Ar ...Orange City Junction... ........ -- : 1
British 'delegates ,and;: while awaiting: possible means of producing jalop Sanford... .:....... llOOa .1t i ;
the : research specialists translators t All trams between New myrna and Orange All trains between Titusville' J
time when the American laborincrement librarians / City Junction and Sanford. -

I ;will. speak officially on the linguists and trainers of the rr.i#, ;tf! These Tune'rabies daily snow except the Sunday.timed at which traun may daily ba exoeccoi except Sunday t t{ of 4

'subject; toot] advantage of the oonortunuy analytical faculty. In these high r a/s.f 1TRAD18MARK from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the time: stated toarnva is not and guaran depart ,, -; i,

.presented',here in Trenton and spheres we ran never hono. to- com1wtp---..-- '-', ing teed therefrom.nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences aria*, : }_

secured :.thV buildings, appurtenances But in the development of will, of self 4'

*", and grounds of, .-\Avalon college for the confidence or originality and of organic Peninsular and Occidental S. 5 Co/ .. i

American Ruskin Hall.. The enterprise unity between' these and the moral BALKE'SLIVE r

is:to'be Incorporated' and the American i sense there has been heretofore only CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. .. \ '

;}Federation of Labor at 'itsmeeting in sad neglect. To promote such a union HAVANA LINE. I j t i i

December_ is, expected to give its sanction between knowledge and volition will 1 OAK Leave Miami Tuesdays. .............11.03p.m.' Arrive Key West Wednes.1ayiJ..l-OO
and be the chief purpose of the new education Leave Key West Wednesdays....... t .30 p.m. Art1veHavan"Thlll'1rl'\y .. ..... a. m. I
to 'cll' .
,, <:t a proportion of the Leave Havana Thursdays.... ......10.40 a. m. ;).00 a. m. .1
Key .. .
Arrive .
for West ...
-, incorporators. men thus trained will bridge Leave Key West Thursdays......... 5.A p. m. -
the 6.30p. m. Arrive Miami Fridays.. ... ... ...... 6.30a.m.
The,buildings aud other equipmentof chasm between scholarship and { I
the real world between KEV WEST LINE. '
Avalcn the ideals of 1
college are valued at $ 0C03.
and It'has ; the realm of books and the facts of the WHISKEY Leave Miami Fridays ............. .11.00p.m. Arrive Key West Saturdays.......11.00 '
attached 1,000 acres of land Leave KeyYest .... a. m.
... .
Sundays. 6.30 Arrive .
I realm of existence making the first p. m. Miami Mondays .. ....... *. 6.30a.m. "
will. fit in very nicely! with the I Passengers for Havana can leave Miami Fridays ll.U .
p. m.
arriving i
more true and the latter more rational 11KX a. m., and remain in Key West Saturdays .
-Rubkin scheme. The new movement SOFTENED ACE. Kt-y Wet until 9OJ p. m. Sunday following and at that time
.BY leave t
and happy' on the steamship "Olivette," arriving Havana Monday morning.For ,
secures these advantages without V

drawing upon its donated capital and That Mr. Vrooman is an enthusiast Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition _. copy of local time card address any Agent. . ,_. '__ r4 .
be himself
consequently has the .$20OCO given! by admits, tbat he presents a ,

the English!! 'workingmen_ ; and $10,000 pretty Interestln argument in favor of Is the best and purest i
the Ruskin
subscribed by friends of the movement Hall movement nearly everybody : iI

iu this country In addition to will agree, and that it is going Rye Whiskey sold __ 0_ j IGEVIINK I-

grounds and buildings to start with. to succeed and make Trenton, Mo., avery DIRECT LINE... ''

It is the plan to establish branches important town on the map all in the South.R. .
In the citizens of this town believe: .QUICKTIMETO
every state of the Union and that SOUTHERN

the center of the system shall be her* Trentoniaus stand ready to give Ilus R BALKE & CO., Proprietors i -
kin Hall all the assistance in ,
In their
Trenton. The power
movement is felicitated ;-
U. S. A.
and they take ,
pride in
oa this showing the
programme by Its frl tads, ,
*i I building and Orders mailed to our bead office BALTIMORE
grounds will
who call to visitors in the be ,
attention to the ,
fact that
. -.-. town. filled from our nearest accredited distributor, tj '
ngnt uuuui here is the ituin ui the NEW YORK,
S Already work has -.
Unitetl States. Extension lecturers commenced under : CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE

,, Ill be sent out to all parts of the the new order. Though definite and Wood's Seeds. I >'

country, and while each state w'll: exercise complete plans for the correspondence ATLANTA, '
classes have not been HOW TO GROWBermuda
arranged, there

they will from a control rt-cehe the their central over general these offices lcctuies instructions here. are already the correspondence a number of students instruction.taking Onionsprofitably R A I L W A Y BIRMINGHAM CHATTANOOGA, MEMPHIS, t

Nearly all of the professors engaged at II This the is one of the principal features of I i ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY,
system and It is and
the college when it was known as expected by Mr. satisfactory. Full information
Vrooman and his associates giving the experience of practical growers is And all Points East and
Avalou that It will West.
be retained antI George contained in Wood's Descriptive Fall Catalog t .
I McA. Miller A. M. Ph. D., will con- become very popular as it promises a just issued. This Catalog also tells about all
good education without Seeds for Fall sowing and contains much use
tinue as president. Among the list of attendance fur and valuable information both for Truck O, NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS !
she: faculty of the reorganized: institution upon the college; and without taking ers; and Farmers about c'ops that can be grown SERVICE LIKE THIS. t)
from the in the Fall. Catalog mailed free
that the upon request.
v rkingman 1
are to be found the following Write for it.
must give to his work.
well known names: Iev. Jay G. Rogers THE NEW YORK AND
Another & SONS Seedsmen EXPRESS
Richard C. ort Adalice Dick. interesting feature Is the ,
special loan fund. It is Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
man Miller, George D. Iltrron Frank proposed to RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. '

Parsons, Mary Cresswell and a score raise a fund of $1( ,000, a part of THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL

of others. Among the lecturers are which has already been secured, to O. W. CONNER, Via ,
lend Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
several well known specialists. to deserving young men and -- --

The headquarters of the Ruskin Hall young women, with a guarantee that Grower of Orange and Grape Fruit Trees, THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED

movement for this country are established every $100( contributed will be the Both Budded and Grafted on Sour ,
Orange and Rough Lemon Roots. Via Jesup.
means of
in educating a different!
University building New young: Ocklawaha, Florida.
. York, and Thomas E. Will formerly of man or woman every four years. To our patrons and those contemplating J Ian t THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS: ,

the Kansas State university, Is in On the question of the cost of an education iug orange, grapefruit and lemon groves Via Jesup.

charge as secretary. Will. Parsons and -- --)lr. Vioyman.- peaking of Ilus- on theeist'pact : J

lIerron are already attaciieu to the jilt nan. said: "it is true that we cut We wish to announce that our grafted and Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman .
Amn the cost of a year's budded trees promise fair to be much better Drawing Room
schooling InOxflll'tl
new college, and Professors EdwardW. than Sleeping Ccrs, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Cars.
: ever before, and we would them
from urge
Bemis and John U. Commons areexpected $1.000 a year to ?100 and to place their orders for trees before the fall

soon to be. Thus the quintet thus lInept1n education within the rush, and iu that way be sure of getting exactly Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between .
reach of all. but our real what they want both Jacksonville and Cincinnati 0.,
of professors who found the older the fact that achievementwas variety. as to size and via Asheville, N.C., and Knoxville, through "THE LAND OF THE SKY."
we furnished
colleges of the country too conservativefor a \Vehaveafull
line of
them, or the colleges found the professors $lt\1O education for $10l\ while thE'vwere fruit trees, including Walters orange Bocu, Marsh grape- Through Trains via Southern i
furnishing a $100 education for Seedless, Jocylcn and Railway are now Operated '
too radical, will find engagements Triumph Floridaeedling in Connection
r more to their liking. $1.(\()(). When the physical basis Is noglected Grapefruit; Parson Brown, Hom o- with the Plant System from Jacksonville.

the education Is SJ.SS. Pineapple. Seedless Majorca. Jaffa,
Now, what does the new educational incomplete. Ruby. St. Michatl, Malti-ae
movement propose? What do Vroomau JOSEPH RAV. }'ini. Paper, Rhiml, Tarditt'Straight.and Sar.t Madame rd's SUMMER EXCURSION T.CKETS; at Vary,; Low Rates on Sale Im 1 to Sept. 30,1900

and his supporters want to bring about Mediterranean Oranges, and for novelties we For rates, schedules and information, call
on or address
. When for have the Tangerine Satsiima.
you sleep cnnehintr,
In the field of education?
Naturally no Washington Navel and W. T. COSBY, T.
it is hardly necetssary that any one should Mandarin Oran es. P. A.,
4 man Is better qualified to answer these tell you that you need a few: dose ofChalllllerlain' OUr trees w M. be ready for delivery by the 21. West Bay street, Jacksonville, :Fla.

I questions; than Vrooman himself and Cough Remedy to allay ;first tnd of December September but we advUe November> J. M. GULP. W. A. TURK, fc. H. HARDWICK

b, to the ambitious and energetic young the irritation of the throat and make that time, are in planting.the best as po&bible trees planted condition at Traffic Manager, Gen. PH-;. Agt.. Asst. Gen. Past. Agt.,

. Missourian; I went for the answers: sleep po ,ible. It is good. Try it. For. being perfectly dormant Washington, D. C. Wa..hinrtun. I) ('! ._::Uila, fia.Gardeners ,

"We believe In university training not sale by L'. R. Wilson l & Son. It will pty you to wait for our stock< it .
--- is mostly on 5 year old stock, and by November
i' only In its primary feature, athletics --- _
Friend will be from 5 to 7 feet tall, and will ,
What is
but In its your eon doing now? caliber from --
secondary department, scholarship J to 1 inch in diameter and all ,

One thing, however, we repudiate Lady, "He is writing for the papers." our grafted trees will be fully branched amore nd t,.6AAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA.AAAAAftAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .. ,

-It Is the moral, or, rather, immoral "Oh, he is doing literary work, i is he?" stat than equal to any two year bud in t hehi <: I and Truck Growers WLL SAYE AND MAKE .

ideal, that position in life is the I "Well)), I tuppoe ?o; he solicits sub- Our grafts were all cut from bearing trees, << MONey BY BUYINQ

main impetus to :study and that the sciibeisaml when they pay him the and came out full of fruit first growth t ::,
great mass of the poor and ignorant money lie writes for the paper: they spring and we have saved several specimens C t: t7R u
of fruit for exhibition to our visiting customers. 4 ,
4 outside are really made to mini-ter to .

the wants of their lllMlfortunate fel We invite correspondence and careful in, : 8 ,, t atipf
i lows. Against this the dominating i idea 1)r.1V. II. Lewis, Law renct>\'ille, V''
writes: "I am using Kodol DyspepsiaCure Yon-sverv truly C
of the modern stands th
university THE
in my practice among severe a-es: s OCKL.WAILXCr.SElUES.. C
ideal of John Itihkiu. Our students iu of indigestion and tln-1 it an admirable 0. \\'. Conner Prop.PARKER'S .ANTING-

cooking, cleaning, serving and cultivating I'enwdIam' hundieds physicians << l

their own vegetables are but touching depend upon the use of lodol: DyspepsiaCure : BFRMI-DA ONION SPED ADD *xn. VAT.RSTIMC AND Rp.Ft'GBE: B.AS3
the base of an ulonl which, when in stomach tumbles. It digests: what HAIR BALSAM c ATOH I.K-S AND )1SEY-hKEP TUVATPRT.'., Ef I

they, with other representatives of th e you eat and allows you to eat all the good C1eAn. and be anf.ei the hiir. EVERYTHING a FOR THE SUMMER AND FALL GARDEN.
do Promote a luxuriant gro'ort!!. cI ONLY HIGH GRADE TESTED SEED ,
rising democracy, shall take a larger food you need, providing you not ov- iwc, Never Fails to Restore Gray = OFFERED
c Largest Combined
t'rloa"on1'( stomach, gives instant relief Hair to its Youthful Colo r. Seed and Nursery House in t' South. I
share In government of the nations, y Cures scalp d, ease. Jt ha.t tallin I- C THE POMONA M'RsKRIS* I l _M.DBF-S THE
will lead them to spend their energies! and a permanent cure, Wilson A Son. Q 1c.and Hllu at DrurgisU: J ,1 AND,.w..vvvvv.1+:XCKL..101! { $.LHl: .> F:\GNe. I CaUIwtfuc: ) frw'. GRIPPING Jacksonville BROS. CO.. \


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,f : : : CURRENT..,ij, IOC ,1 ll LLCONICS.. The, ,"*'annual' \TownElection.1- 'election-" ,iSut .' of city.. officers l LATEST NEWS AND INCIDENTS: Mr.John C.Jones Notice., of Orlando, has been BITS Of FACT f l-AND D. GOSSIP.I t.4!," :

passed off quietly at the courthouse M90- invited to address the Democracy of, our : r i ff
Brief Mention_ of What Is Going On In Matters Interest That Are Happening Current Events of the Present Week j :
day; 'Y ryJittle interest'was manifested, city tomorrow night at S _o'clock at the t <
f and AboaI. Titn Tllle.' as there was only_one ticket in the field. Around Town. opera house, on the public issues of the Portrayed In Brief.

Send yonrwatche, for.repairs to 3y"M. Only twenty- venba1Jots: were cast and Geo. Wray, ,the piano tuner, will visit day. The speaking will be under the su- Christmas goods are beginning to make "

Woodward Titusville. Work guaranteed.31k. one of these '"was 'mutilated and. consequently -! the east coast in November. pervision of the Bryan and Stevenson their appearance in Titnsville. -i

and'rrS.R'T; .,Budge 'returned to thrown: out, leav twenty-six- Father:O'Boyle arrived in town yester- Democratic club. Mr. T.T. Wetmore paid a short visit to

this place.Wednesday- from their trip to straight cotescast.asfollows; :. day for a stayof a day or so. Ladies especially invited.Appointnlent Daytona'Wednesday. returning yesterday I
NewYorfc.Mr. For mayor,A. D. Penney; marshal and afternoon.The .
collector; M.S. Jones, Jr.; clerk and treas- Mr. B. F. Manier Jr., of Jacksonville, I I Cancelled.
W. J. Tucker,. of FortPierce, of Messrs. Manier & Jones, arrived in' F. E. C. railway pay train arrived
O.S.Schuyler John -
assessor, Henry
'pent couple of days in town this week, aldermen, G.F. Duren; and J. M. Dixon.; town yesterday. __ I The farmers' institute, which was ad- yesterday afternoon and dispensed a i =

q returning,home Wednesday. This is by far the lightest vote ever cast Rev. John A. Hughes will preach at vertised to be held at this'place Monday, goodly amount of the needful among the

Mr W.C. Howes, the affahle merchant at a town election since this place was Rockledge Sunday morning next and at failed to materialize, the speakers who employees.The .

;. os Oak Hill, paid our town a short visit !incorpbrated/soine; fourteen years ago. Titusville in the evening.Mr. had addressed the people on various sub- flag on the Indian River hotel la 1 ,
I and
the early part of the week. W.M. Woodward has the frame.up jects Miami, West Palm Beach flying at,half mast out of respect to John '
Jensen, passing us by that day and goingto
hters for a sixteen-foot cat-boat the skip Sherman, a noted American statesn aa, >
Mr. J. A. Carlile and two ,dan Campaign Contributions. on Daytona, where they had an appoint-
who died
of LaGrange, left Wednesday for a trip jack order, which promises to be fast. ment Tuesday. We are informed that Monday morning.

! to West Palm Beach for.,a few days. The following contributions amountingto Miss Blanche) Bonknight is visiting her they had very good reasons for so doing; Mrs. 0. F. Davis, cf Miami, who wasa
$44 have been received the treasurer
The Florida'Extract 'Works are closed by sister, Mrs. J. Paine, at Cocoa, for a few as no arrangements had been made by a former resident of Titusville about five
of tile and Stevenson 'Demo-
down for a few days this week .to make Bryan days this week, expecting to return home local committee to receive them, providea years ago, was here for two or three days ;,
cratic club
of this place for national campaign this week to look after
Sunday.C. for and for some property ;
some necessary.repairs to the.furnace! purposes and said sum has been place speaking entertaining interests.
H. Raulerson and family, of Miami, them while here. This feeling of apathy
Sam. Childs, of Cocoaarrived in town forwarded to the national Democratic
stopped off here Sunday, l leaving next certainly does not speak well for our Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine r
Tuesday afternoon to do some masonry headquarters:
work for the Florida Extract company. E. N. Dimick, Palm Beach_______________f25 morning for Geneva, Orange county fora town. Prof. Stockbridge, Major Healey, services at Waveland-Jensen on 't i
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee_______________ 5 visit to relatives. Mr. Hart and others wanted to stop here, Sunday next at 10 a. m.; at Eden at 3

r Mr. W.H.. McFarland returned home J.B.Whitfield, .-_____________ 2 Messrs. J. Maxwell Randall and E. G. and even went to the trouble of wiringfor p.m.; at Jupiter next Tuesday, the 30th,

Tuesday afternoon from a business trip R. E. Mims, Bonaventure________________ 5 Randallof Boston, passed through on the information regarding arrangementsmade at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m.

to New York, Boston and other pointsin K. B. Eaulerson Fort Pierce__________-__ 2 !south-bound train yesterday afternoon on here for themand failing to receive A good joke is out on a quartette of
the north.: W, J. Tucker, _____________ 1 their way to Eau Gallie. such information nothing was left for who went all the I
Miss Addie Gaines, of Oak Hill, paid a A. A. Ford, _____________ 1 C. T. the real them but to cancel the appointment. It young men way to '
J.R.1Iiot, Indianola__________ ___________ 2 McCarty, hustling estate Minis last Friday night to attend a dance;
her friend -
4 ': short visit the week to seems to us that our people are a little
past J. Waller, Ankona______________________ 1 man of Ankona, paid our town a short but the -lance was only a mental delii }
; .! Mrs. L. C. Branning, returning home' visit Tuesday, coming from New Smyrnaon blind to their own personal interests in sion. They came home weary and sad.

; Tuesday afternoon. the early morning train that day. failing to enlighten: themselves on agricultural
': THE WHITE STORE. Our young people are rehearsing almost
:Mrs. Strawderman, of West Palm subjects when such an opportunity -
The first of the Ladies' Guild
; Beach, after paying a short visit to Mr. We guarantee better goods for less meeting as this has been afforded them. The nightly for the production of a little
for the coming will be held at the "
F. Baldwin's family, returned homer money than any house in the county, : season meetings at Miami,West Palm Beach and comedy entitled "The Mistletoe: Bow, b
Wednesday afternoon.Mr. W. J. CRAYFORD. residence of Mrs. T.T.Wetmore on Friday Jensen were well attended and thorough which they hope to, present at an early

afternoon of next week, November 2, at ly appreciated by the citizens of those day. The object is to raise funds to pro,1
John C. Jonesof Orlando, a candidate :3 o'clock. sections. vide a Christmas entertainment for the :

for prosecuting attorney for this cir- Grant Literary Society. The people of East Mims will have a children of the Presbyterian Sunday- p 4!

uit.,arrived in town -yesterday to spend a The largest audience seen at Grant foi. basket dinner and fish fry at Jones Land POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS school

flew days in this section. quite a while attended the literary society ing tomorrow. Several of our citizens Mr. J.G.Bast has been appointed manager

Prof. J. M. Laflin, of New York City, held in the school house Saturday contemplate taking it in and a good timeis FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. of the Canaveral club this coming _

who regularly spends his winters at Ti- evening.! Mr. C. Christen and Miss promised them. The undersigned would respectfully ask season. The club house will be open for

tusville and cruising in his house-boat, III Carrie Jorgensen, our accomplished president Capt. Petef Nelson has received word the support of the Democratic voters of the reception of members about the last

Rose Marie; arrived last week. and secretary having arranged the from Dr.F.II.: Houghton to get the house- thejcounty at the primary election November of November. A very light draft steam

THE STAR erred in stating the name of program, it is needless to say that the boat Dentos in order, as the doctor and 6, for the office of county commissioner wheel boat driven by gasoline and said to

\ our new schoolteacher; she is Miss :Mollie audience was delightfully entertained MrsHoughton expect be in Titusvillein for commissioner's district draw only eight inches of water, will IMJ

I Parker, not Parkhill. cheerfully make throughout the meeting.A about three or four weeks. No. 1. Very respectfully I sent down to run between the club house
the song was well rendered by the mem- J. )! and this place. During the t
this correction in deference to young Mrs. LH.Decker, of West Palm Beach, EXUEL. coming season "
bers of the society, followed by the read- the Indian River hotel will probably be
lady. arrived in town the fiat of the week ands }
tl ing of the minutes and roll call FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONED: '
by our under the
management of Colonel W. G' :
Captain J. H. Smith, formerly this spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
J popular I hereby announce myself::: as a candi- who '
secretary. Wimans has been Mr. Bast
place, has charge of the steamer Eulalia, T. N. Decker. She is accompanied by her assisting ;
Miss China then read in her inimitableway date for county commissioner for district -
for over a ,
on the St. Johns river, and for the past little grand-son, Charles Gruber.Mr. ; year past.
"Too Late for the Train," after No. 3, Brevard county, and ask the
week was quite ill, but is now up and Mr. Frank E. Bond, the prominent \.
J.E. Better of
which Miss Estelle Nelson delivered a Rockledge, came up support of my friends at the Democratic
about again. the seat the first of the weekto lumber merchant of the east coast and
." recitation in a very interesting manner. county primary, November :
The long looked-for and much expected A reading, "The Rustic Courtship," by I. attend the Farmers' Institute, which 6th.W.. H. SlIAIU'E. banker of DeLand, was in our town '

furniture for our public school has at last Mr. C. Christensen was a pleasant featureof had been advertised for this place Monday Tuesday and Wednesday making ar- ;

put in an appearance and is now at the the evening.We and was very much disappointed at Fun COUNTY COMMISSIONER. rangements to ship a large lot of cedar 11'\'

warehouse of the F. E. C. railway. It will wish to call special attention to the meeting not being field here that I hereby announce myself as a candidate from Hole Sound to his mill at Neoga.Mr. ,

be speedily placed in position. the tableau, "ComingThrough the Rye." day.Ir.. MS. Sams, Courttnay, also I for county commissioner for districtNo. S. G. Vanlandingham, of this:: place, \"\
will proceed with the lumber scow
Mr. Willis Goldsmith has moved his The Scottish characters were well im- came up for the same purpose. o, Brevard county, and ask the sup- Side to the lower river to Sunny the \ I

family from the Flagler cottage on Main personated by Miss' China, Scottish lass, Mr. W. R| Buie and family, of Georgetown port of all Democrats at the primary on cedar tot point where it transport be loaded
can oncars
street to the building in North Titusville and Miss Carrie Jorgensen, the Scottish S.C., are here on a visit to Captain November Gth. J.N. WALLER.
of the F. E. C. This lumber
recently occupied by Mr. B. B. Pyles, laddie. The entire tableau .was Skillfully A.W. Brie, antI will spend several week... ----. -- was on the vessel wrecked Hobe Sound ,.'

who has moved his family to St. Augus- and thrillingly executed. It was a Mr.Ruie, like his brother, the captain, is FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.At during the early part of September.A .
rare treat-one that we should be glad a railroad man, being traveling freightagent' the solicitation of friends I an-

tine.Mr.. W. M. Brown has harvested ten to have repeated.Miss for the Georgetown & Western rail nounce myself) as a candidate for ('Ounh' Beautiful and Grove.
Laura then recited He paid our town visit late in the Thrifty
bales of crabgrass hay of a fine quality : Jorgensen way. a er from district No. 1, and
from his M LaGrange, and has a "The Lesson to Lovers" in a manner season last winter, and was so charmed respectfully)' ask the support of the Democratic Last Sunday afternoon it was the pleasure -

new crop grove coming on, which will make which completely captivated the au- with our climate that he has come again. voters of Brevard county. of the writer, in company with Prof. .

one-half as many bales. lIe has a b-iling dience.A Rev. Sidney Wilbur arrived Sunday CHAS.: II. N.\t iis. Moonto, visit Mr.V.. M. Brown's orange

machine, which does the work nicely. song was then sung with animationby from Atlantaand is spending the week in grove at LaGrange. They were met by
the members.A FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER. John Atkinsonthe colored man in charge,
town closing out his household effects
Mr.James Andrews, of Tibbals, arrived ,
select reading by Mr. C. Christensen of friends: I hereby an- who showed them through the grove and
from several weeks spent north.In preparatory to going to California, where By request! my
yesterday New York City, he heard Bryan's was listened to by an expectant and he will reside with his daughterstoppingat nounce myself as candidate for county explained the conditions of the trees to

sreech in Madison Square, and he feels enthusiastic audience. Atlanta, first, however, before leaving commissioner of Brevard county, for district them.
Little Lillie Christensen recited "Pick and ask the of There are fifteen acres in the grove;
No. 1
that New York's electoral vote will l Ii;), thePacific slope. Mr. Wilbur is stopping support my
sure for Bryan. He will move his family ing the Daisies"in her: sweet and childish with Rev. John A. Hughes! while friends at the coming primary election, about twelve acres are in bearing trees
go I and three acres in young, budded trees,
Nov. 6th.
to reside.A here and expects to remain until :Monday
here shortly way.Miss Louise Smith charmingly delivered next. I GKO. B. i.\lmXEI which,, good.. weather -permitting. will
negro by the name of Tom Alexan- a beautiful recitation.A I come into bearing with a bountiful crop .
arrested at Fort Pierce Tuesday. The Port Orange correspondent of the COMMISSIONER.Editor .
der was tableau "At the Stake" (steak) was I FOR COUNTY next season. The trees are all marvels of
Deputy Sheriff Jones happened to be at well represented, and the character admirably Daytona Gazette-News says: Mr.'V. S.1 I of The Florida Star: beauty, verdure. and fruitfulness Thereare
Robertson, a former citizen of our town
and brought him here for safekeeping ,
that place assumed by Miss Laura Jorgen from Titusville his For the first time the whole of Brevard very few trees in the twelve acres
in the county jail until the November came up present mentioned whose limbs
heavily-laden are
homeIast week to look after his county will have an opportunity to vote
of court. The arrest sen.A property
term county dialogue "The Assessor alsoan her commissioners. The fourth not supported by props. Many trees have
made for carrying concealed was ::; amt see old friend Mrs. Robertson aci i for county
was attractive part of the program. When ('ompmitllhim. They are independent of dis.trict i offers among: other candidates ignt to twelve boxes of oranges on them
weapon and using same. Miss Laura and Miss China I I and his friends feel now, and it is believed that Mr. Brown
::; Jorgensen the East Coast railway, as they travel ih. :Mr. R. A. Conkling
W. A. Tillis has been acquitted of the mull will gather SIX boxes from the whole
who impersonated the farmer's wife their yacht, the Comfort. Mr. Robertson sure of his hearty support.To .
charge of murder of Joseph M. Prevatt at I which, at the low estimate of2 box,
daughter, made their appearance upon I expects to sell his house here to II. P. I those who may not have the pleasure per
Orlando. The consensus of opinion at the stage they completely captivated the i Savage: who has moved into it. of )Ir. Conkling's: acquaintance, I f.o.b.will bring him a very good sum-
Orlando and among the residents of Geneva audience anti were met with deafening I would say that upon the resignation of and he will, in probability, get more.

where the parties in the unfortunate shouts of applause. At the conclusion I Mrs. A.W. Sweet, writing to THE STAr I! :Mr. Houston, he received the endorsement : The fruit is all of the smooth, golden-

affair resided, generally sustains the of the dialogue, which was unusually from Boston, states that I r .Walker, her i j i of the majority of the voters of the bright, thin-skinned, variety, which always -

finding of the jury and congratulatesTillis I I good, the farmer's daughter was called I mother, ami herself have just returned I fourth district for his appointment| and commands highest prices in northern -

upon his acquittal.Mr. 1 back on the stage; and she delighted the I" from a twomonths''bit in the Berkj j f|I that, too, without big solicitation. His markets.

John Y. Detwiler, of New Smyrna, i :audience by reading "The: l>atthelor'sSale" i I shires-more enjoyable, if possible) than I friends know him to IH an honest:: progressive That our readers may better contemplate -
one of the members of the Florida state: : in her usual interesting wa\ I their lat summer's trip. In the chilly fall j citizen of gnollIJlI'im'IIIltho.I: this beautiful jnarvt'l we will say

fish coinmissioncalled at this oiHce} Monday .. The reading was followed by the edi i dayswhich one coming on up there, they i land as such hope to see him elected] to that this grove was once frozen to the

on his way down the east coast, expecting tor's paper, which always contains brief think rather longingly of the lovely Indian :;i the office! of county commissioner. ground and the trees are only five years

to co as far as :Miami. He has devised and spicy pieces written in a way whichis river, but they will probably remain !;; A FmExlI.I old from the roots. No fertilizer has been ;
I 1m "the Hub" this winter. :Mrs. is !iI iI I ._. -
a unique tent with frame work for certainly 1 a credit to Miss Louise I.I used on this grove, it being in the edge ofa
covering trees to protect them from cold, Smith, the writer. I taking special work at Radthffe this year j i FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.j : hammock. Mr. Brown has saved higrU'e

and had working model and photo The congregation then joined the members The past summer she attended the Harvard i j hereby announce myself a candidate every winter, since the memorable

graphs with him for exhibition. of the society in singing the closing I summer seh x>l.j l. I fur state attorney of the Seventh judicial freeze of 1)4-5; by building fires among
This completed the program and i circuit of Florida, and re.-pectfully request the trees, and he will do so again, whenever -
Jwlson Harmon for ]h' 'nn. everyone: expressed themselves as being Married In West Palm Ueacli. ,I! the support of the Democratic the weather demands.

lIon. Judson Harmon, 'Of Cincinnati, delighted with the exercises.Boat The Tropical Sun, of Wet Palm Beach, i voters of the circuit for the place, at the

who supported Palmer and Buckner four I I of last week, contains the following a'n- primary to b P. held on Nov. Gth; 11HX) WANTED,
himself for Bryan. I nouncernent that will\ be of interest to i! JAMES I). Bnais.i Men to cut cross tie,. Call or \*rite,
years ago, has declared the bench in- and Yacht Sails. I many of our readers: i j! Contractor, Box :'lk), Roseland, Fla.
Harmon was on
Judge and succeeded Fit and workmanship guaranteed. Fish A surprise was in store for the West FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY. FOR SALE.
Cincinnati Secretary Olney for many as attorney years general in boat sails a :specialty.:: estimate.All grommets hand. Palm Beachers, when it was learned on i At the solicitation of many friends Lightwood posts' for pineapple sheds!,
made -Send I afternoon that the circuit, I announce and
the cabinet of Grover Cleveland. There II. BEXKCKE, Wednesday Attorney i throughout myself windbreaks fence posts. Write for
have been repeated efforts made duringthe Titusville Florida. II. B. Saundel', and Mrs. Ada I. Weihe as a candidate for state's attorney of special prices in car lots. Address F.r..

present campaign to secure his services had just been united in the bonds of mat- I the Seventh judicial circuit of Florida, White, agent for P. II. Allen, Roseland

on the stump, and he has received Pure Whiskey IIAKPKU Perfect Whiskey rimony. Judge J.E. Glenn performed the and respectfutlly request the support of Fla.

many letters of inquiry, but has not in- HARFKK "Every bottle guaranteed ceremony. Congratulations of the friends i the Democrats at the primary .election GASOLINE: ENGINES

dicated his purpose or preference until ilAl PER- Sold by F. A. Lesley and R. of the contracting parties are now in ordered for November Gth, 1000.Joiix Illustrated folder free. Address W. P.

now. I L. Motlow, Titusville, Fla. C. JOXES. UNDEKWOVD, Agt., Roseland, Fla.

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: Th HrveloclraadtnprovedNewaisrkbtMoat Tb:Appointed tdTSerreVt lfc. Ufoyembeifus. t lir-- \ lteconsfituttorfoftl8&ioftlrB ttC gfk'lorfida !

Popular:, r. ,4k {;;.*?* m dJon. did pass'tQtbefeonstittrtiOf four Joint zesolutlons of the pmposivgamendments state "

: ,Special correspondence.of The Florida Star. The following have been. appointed: of Florida,and the 'same: were by z

l Ew;fToBS,.fcOct. 23.-As the' season* to jelaa inspectors and, 'cJer !/21t the! a"vote o( three-fifthS of all the members

.* advances theories i':4 cloaks\became election/ o b< Jieldj Npveniber iS$.Jl $Oj elected to each house; that entered,thevote; ca,theIr said
: t. Af C&leman joint: resolution: were npon
precinct .F, &
more .folldlj; 8etledyana| those 'not tfjpTff ; respective 3OUrnLS,with the yeas :and, nays

: Iliked are'J Hid, ,'by for .those a ,most StralatGHarry 'Rebels; I?clerl T., :Ai hereon.and they did determine and submitted direct
Johnson'. Jr. r$ affected.. Among the/; ? st-tef: Be. Iliecinctila: 2.-J.CL Jones, G.F,9neni. t o the electors of the state at the general elec-
'.; Havelock,-;and phe'als6"see many: of ion in November !>* ;,:

k : : the perfected: Newmarkets fedmhelong Urecind Georger.,No.Scobie 3-;J.D.clerk Hatter A.Cleveland., J. P. Saw; ,, The'\Kind;;YoiiHave Always Bought, 'and WhICh JI s ) OOa, tary,Now of,state therefore, of the, I,state Jno.of L.Florida Crawford, do* secre-hereby -

coat called*sometimes pelisse and telle }Yi llam.E. Ifaberjclerk 'F..BeaU in, use _fop over: ;3U., borne tie signature of give notice that a ? i*
"* **" ;
again "lieseare I \ and lias:been made under his'personal GEsEKAL ELECTION '"'": '
known., Jherdw gte; ; Precitict-N o. --H.-Sl-WHHams:: Fred., -

' made'so long that they cover the FisherA.Z.Dixon; clerk, E, P. Porcher supervision' since its,infane' wui ,be'held jn eachcomity in Florida"'ail

.jfdress.cpmpietely and are, thus worthY ., RrecinGt,.N'o.S, =B. Stewart, W. J.1Jgsb1tti'V Allow no-one to deceive you in this. Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in
much"= x*tf those wild' ,, like to* ft **!! fl/H. Gleason" ; clerktGeorge'! All Counterfeits, Imitations and,".JUst-a -g Qd'* are but November A. D.1900,the said Tuesday;' being -
grgaasA oti littfe! ;:; The *.:mann J-, F.' Pa .d orJ.; 'i,.." / \ /: / '* : ''Experiments that'trifle with'and endanger the health of the *

f so fine and,so long it Is quite a possible 'Prec-inrt; : No. 6-S. FTGibhg: A. Good Infants and, Childreri:-Experience 'against, Experiment.What ., SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, "

things wear, one's oldest dresses: L.,A. Peek; clerk, C. F. Campbell. i ii for the ratification or rejection of the said

; and still have the. nametbeft' < g rlght1 Preqinct: $;: o.. 7-George Wash burne,: joint resolutions proposing amendments! to the
H.aYowell, F.M. Forrest; clerk, E. Sve: is i QASTORIA constitution of the state of Florida, viz:

up to date. These long coats, to speak. delins.- ---- ..--, .-- ;' Article XV.
I seriously of them, are'ver '1T Efr( m? .
and"sore made':of velvet heavily em- Precinct No. 8-W. C. BraddockSr." F. Castoria a ':harmless 'substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric That the following amendment to the

t broldered'orot finebroadcloth: Sonia Forster. H.B.HowardclerkB.FHardes-J ,' ,'. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It constitution of the state of Florida be and r
shall be
; j ? i : the same is hereby agreed to and
are of Ibrocades:and satin .du hesse't tr. .* J. _' v,-{'A.' >' -J ,' "- -. : contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic submitted to the electors of the state !at the

,' while,some",of'trimmed,with; Precinct No.SA.' C. Dittmar, C. F. substance. Its.age;is its guarantee. It destroys TVorms general election A. D; 1900 for ratification or

f d spangle; cniffon/and: -In fact all tliaFJs' Ofinstead, J, T. Bell; clerk t A.l\Ii. Sample.' ; and allays Feverisliness. It cures ,Diarrlio3a and Wind rejection; VII of the constitution'
,Precinct No. 10-T. V. MoOre,: C. A. Section 4 Article ,
rich and elegant,is seen on them. Fur.Vare Robinson> H. W. Richards clerk T. J. Colic. It relieves, Teething: -Troubles, cures Constipationand of the state'of Florida is hereby amended so

there also, and yet the most stylish DeSteuben., ; Flatulency.' It assimilates the Food, regulates the as to read as follows:
P of, them all 'are those made'of fine Section 4. Where any: senatorial district
broadcloth Precinct' No. 11-G. W., Drawdy, S. ,A. Stomachand Bowels, giving .healthy aiul natural.sleep.The composed of two: or more counties, the
and with no: garniture, save
> Hair Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. counties of which such district consists shall
M. W. Knight; 'clerk, Win. Sloan
stitching But there,)ls.inouglithfa.t' belonging
tY = not be entirely separated by any county -
to save.the garment from belng., nlled Precinct' No. 12-F.C. Ppppell,.G.1olierts << to another district. Any new coun- 4

:* plain. This shape is like 'a 'princess, L. B.. Dawson' ;clerk; Wm. Reams. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSBears ty that may be created sh' entitled to ,-
V Precinct Nof 13-: Fritz' Uhlrich, Peter one member in the house of representatives,
dress In all but the fact that It Is open
iu section
k in excess of the limit prescribed
A. Chambers clerk A. B. Carter.
down the Wont Some of them button, Wittfeld ; the Signature of of this article until the apportionment following -

and again others ; are" open: fpni ,Ttho. .-' next thereafter, and shall be assigned
:, i: ;: t waist'Mowndne'j thing I riot, and Precinct' No. 14-George W. Schuyler when created to one of the adjoining senatorial '
.' W.R. Sanders, Jalina I pham; clerk, M. : districts as shall be determined by the
f' ,." i that Is the telidetieytoward: th.: shcrt legislature.
S. Sams.
; : empire waist not only in tlkse coats. Article XVI.
t.' Precinct No. 15-X..X. Penny, E.
but in' many elegant. gowns for grad
" 'f1 functions to take place during the\ next Chandler, J.H. Hogan clerk, J.T. Hood. That the following amendment to the con
stitution of the state of Florida be and is
Precinct No. 16-J. W. Uriffis William
c few weeks.Muny: of,the three-quarter ,
hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted to
, 'I" coats have what one might call yokes Walton, L. A._Taylor; clerk, .C. H. Nauman. the electors of the state at the general election .
'.. : The KM You Have Always Bought first after the
and they are just as long as the usual to be held on the Tuesday .
empire waist Precinct No.'18-W:: L. Frantz, L. S" first Monday in November, A. D. 1900, for l

1'i :i" '"The. box. -coata.and" the, shaped, threequarterlcoatstire Eldred,. W. E. Saeger clerk, William H. In Use For Over 30 Years. ratification Section 25 or of rejection Article III: of said constitution '
: very much' liked and Tancre. be and is hereby amended so as to read as

f, ,, before long, will have-displaced: the' Precinct No. 10-Peter Bertelsen, J. M. THE CENTAUR COMPANY.TT' MURRAY STREET NEW_ VOltA CITY. follows:
Hernden W.U.Walker clerk L. Jergen- '. -. ,:, .. ,..,.. '-;i.'y; _. : ,_ ,. ':". ':' :-..:, ':..:!'IJ, Section 25. The legislature shall provideby
: ', short reefer shapes. There are some ; ,
general law for incorporating such educa-
'> Louis XIV styles but they ,,are all sen.Precinct tional, agricultural, mechanical, mining, r
,1 made of the most elegant and expensive No. 20-J. N. Chalker, S. A. transportation, mercantile and other useful

( ,? stuff like Lyons velvet. They Osteen, R.B. Stewart; clerk, J. N.Y rner. companies or associations as may be.deemed

:,. have large revers arid fire tei? jabots Precinct No.21-S.P.Christianfen, JM, 1.- 1Q THAT Is.::; necessary on any; but such it subject shall ,not and pass any such any speciallaw speciallaw

: ,...: and look'like those. vogue during,the Qrrel, H. Larson;, clerk, A. Christiansen. shall be of no effect; provided, however,

, reign"of that 111 fated 'monarch. After Precinct No. 22-E. C. Walker; S. T. that nothing herein shall preclude special

. them come the automobile coats and Hughes W. H. Wigfield; clerk, F. C Our Specialty, legislation as to a university or the public
, schools, or as to a ship canal across the state
1'" they are so designed that they can be Gifford :

\ worn in the street also. Dos shapesare The Banner Pile Cure. G. M. DAVIS & SON, Article XVII.

I,:: quite well liked, and one sees many That the followir.g amendment to the con
Is Banner Salve, It gives immediate
t t of them, but the newest is the plaids relief and will soon effect a cure. 25c PALATKA, FLA, stitution of the state of Florida be and the
same is hereby agreed t and shall be sub.
Havelock. There are Havelocks of
B. R. Wilson & Son's."For .
', i" mitted to the electors of the state at the
i plain goods but the plaid Is considered Write for delivered prices. general election in November, A. D. 1900 for

a little more chic than the plain. In ratification or rejection:
three days nights I suffered
3' the illustration the wrap has straps of Section of Article VIII of the constitution
untold from attack of cholera
agony an shall be and is
---- --- -- -" hereby amended
so as to readas
plain stuff stitched on In several rows. morbus brought on by eating cucumber follows:

The principal thing about these; Is the ?," says M. E. Lowther, clerk of the Section 5. Immediately upon the rati ea-
cape effect which forms sleeves. The district court, Centerville, Iowa. "I The disease ifl the national curse ol Japan and tion of this amendment the county commissioners
anlChina. A remedy was imperative
whole Is very well liked just now. It thought I should surely die, and trieda i IN E the medical profession there accepted this of the several counties of this state

; is pretty in plain goods.A dozen different medicines hut all to no ORPH as the only permanent, painless, private, shall divide their respective counties into
quick cure known to science. A weeks' five commissioner's districts, to be numbered
I for bottle! of Chamberlain's
sent Opium
new fancy Is to have striped velvet purpose. a etc treatment Flat OF CHARGE. I hf- respectively from one to five, inclusive, and
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
-4 for a whole dress. Black and white eiciaI18&cdallconfiden each district han be, as nearly as possible,
and three doses relieved dis cured by Cure guaranteed.
( Remedy me entirely equal in proportion to population, and there-
( the best _
z are form. The stripes are }un;
This remedy is for sale by B. II 345942 in 17 123 West 2dSt.NewYorkCity.Steamship after there shall be in each of such districts
from an eighth of an Inch wide to half cases years
Wilson Son. If" a county commissioner who shall be elected -
: f
i o an Inch. Plain brocade is not gcod by the qualified electors of said county at the i
g -- time and place of voting for other .
enough for the women of the day, and county
For Over Fifty Year officers, and shall hold his office for two f
for them are brocades where the figure MBS. \Vl: SLOW'8 SOOTHING STROP has been years. The powers, duties and compensation :..
;' Is of embossed velvet on a satin used for over fifty veurs by millions of mothers of such county commissioners shall be !
for their children, while teething, with perfect
ground. It Is indescribably rich and success. soothes the child. softens the gums, Ocean Co.SA. prescribed by law; provided, that nothing l
1 sumptuous. Gold threads are allays all pain,cures wind colic, and Is the best herein shall effect the terms of commissioners '
remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor office
holding at the time of such division
+ in some of them, and others have the little sufferer ImmedIately.old by Druggistslnevery :
part of the world. Twenty-nve centsa ; provided, further, that all vacancies
f whole pattern outlined with gold bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins occurring by limitations of terms, or from
1e thread.: low's Soothing Syrup and taka no other bind SA. ANN AEJ: LINE. death resignation, or otherwise before the

I think I election of 1902, shall be filled by appointment -
f' never saw so much gold and Fast Freightand
r WANTED-Active man of good characterto by the governor as now provided by
; :, silver thread woven Into fabrics as deliver and collect in Florida for old established Luxurious law.

now and in ninny cases the whole fabric manufacturing wholesale house. Passenger Route Arlicle XVIII,

is of gold woven like cloth. Belts $900 a year, sure pay. Honesty more than

and braids are of this metal and FO experience required. Our reference, any TO NEW YORK BOSTON AND THE EAST. stitution That the of following the amendment to the con
bank in any city. En lose selfaddressedstamped state of Florida be and the
many minor things that no one could envelope. Manufacturers, third same is hereby agreed to. and shall be submitted -
''r mention baIt. Black and gold are seen floor, 3S1 Dearborn St., Chicago. to the electors of the state at the general -
. election in November, A. D. 1900, for
. everywhere on everything, and It is a ratification
t or rejection:
J: sort of cult to have black and go'd.' NOTICE. Section 12 of Article XVI of the constitu-

; The factories at Paterson and tion of the state of
I elsewhere Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla., Florida is amended to
are running hard to read as follows:
}. supply all Oct. 1st, 1900.
Section 12. The present seal of the
} the demand for gold ribbon and gold Notice is hereby given that:the following- shall reitain the seal of the state of Florida state

passementerie and other things calcu- named settler has filed notice of his intentionto The state flag shall he of the following
(j- make final proof in support of his claim, proportions
: lated to make woman more and more and description: Depth to be three
'. precious. It Is true that in this Instance and that said proof will be made before clerk fourths length of fly. The seal of the state

court at Titnsville. Fla., on November10th
} : of diameter one-third the fly, in the center
all Is not gold that glitters, but 1900, viz: Arthur Franklin of. Canav- -MftifuTh'f' of a white ground. Ked bars iu width one-
what of that if it only looks all right eral, Fla., homestead 23,234, for the lots 1 and eighth the length of fly extending from each
f 2, section 26, township 23 south, 37 .
r and range east. corner toward the center to the
shines? Silver may be an ]issue In He the witnesses _Ttl* -j- i IF 4 I,_TF3* Mfc- outer rim of
' names following to IlnWl'"is the seal.
other matters, but In this It Is IS to 1 continuous residence upon and cultivationof : _

, f that the average woman is satisfied: said land, viz: Henry Wilson, Frank M. Thc"nit's cat in compliance with said

; ? with the gold! and would prefer it 1G 11'ilsnnlVilliam Piaetorius, C. J. Thompson, proposed amendments, and the canvass,
of Canaveral, Fla. decorations and returns thereof, shall besubjected
'J titm over to silver. Gold braid is W. G. KOBIXSOX, Uegister.KOTICK. BY LAND AND SEA. to the same regulations and re-
! used so universally that it will tire: the trietions as !provided by law fur general '

,; very ones who now wear it. for it Is Short Rail Ride to Savannah, elections in the state of Florida. .
Iu testimony whereof I have
not a standard thing. Black and gold I thence via Palatial Express I hereunto set
my hand and affixed the
i- trimming could not 'be To all whom it may concern: Steamships. seal great
yr more popular f T'.. g. I of the state of Florida, at
than it is maw. but soon it will Lave Thirty days after this date I will, on In-half SAILINGS FROM SAVANNAH t i TallahasM-e. the capital this. the I
had its day, and then furs will have of the state of Florida, execute a tax deed to (MlOOOOOOOCUHKIO : oooooooooooooo '-, -' first day of August. A. 1). IJJOtf.! i
taken Ida Rutner for the following deM-rilm! land, JOHN L CRAWFORD,
its !
pacv. 4 4
to-wit: Ot (NOtO OOOiMMJOKHKKi.X Secretary of State.
The woolen: fabrics for street gowns North J of south j of Wm. Carvin grant II.HHXHHl'OOOOOOO SHIPS EACH WEEK < T O.' :, 1'" ..:..\v ', Sin-rill'{ liit-VitMi; : I' <;.It\}: '. It t

grow more and more rough surfaced section 37, township 20 south, ranges 31 and OOOOOCO i
' '" all the time. I saw some regular honeycomb 35 east. containing 500 acres, sold for taxes TO NEW YORK,
July 4th ISiH, unless g,K>d cause br shmvn
stuff so thick that it looked ale un or btrl'orr October 2Hh, 1900, why I Making close connections with New York-IJo.iton Ship or Sound Lines.
cumbersome, but it is should issue said i
"stylish, a tivortlwhich not KUdolDyspepsia
covers a multitude of sins. Sergein This hpteuher'th,19tltl.! A' ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules.

a coal'SfW3 n' is one of the newest, Clerk Circuit Court, Write for general information sailing schedules

,' and this with a new weave of camel's Erevan ('ouut)'. Fla.CASTOR staterooms reservations, or call on WALTER VWKINS,

hair all covered with white hairs is to E. H. HI TOX. Traffic Manager[ General Agent Traffic Department Cure

\ be much affected for tailor suits. Another Savannah, Ga. ;'21Vest nay St., Jacksonville Fla.HocIgson .

hairy stuff is called zebra cloth. A

, and this has the hair longer and more Digests what you eat.It .

i, of it. The colors in this are all faint For Infants and Children. Bros. H. A. HODGES art ificially digests the food and aids f
., anyhow and, being shrouded by the Mature in btrciigtheniii" and reconstructing -
The Kind You Have Always Bought
white hairs, seem nearly white at the (a XI:HAL31EKCI1AXTS. hllnUl flights, Tla. the exhausted digestive:: or-

" first glance There is also a basket ... gans. Iris th latest discovereddigest-
Dealer iu and Manufacturers
Bears theSignature ant and tonic. No other
cloth woven in deep squares, and this, 4tfl preparation
too, is covered with hairs, which stand ofRISQ : .tI' : -Eau Gallie, Fla. YELLOW PINE can approach it in efficiency. It in-
LUMBER stantly relieves and permanently
,; out from the surface. -- Goods Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,

\ OLIVE IIARPER. Dry Clothing Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,

, A Short SaA Story. SUGURE FOR HOOTS .,xu SIKH.S, and Vegetable Crates, Sick Headache GastralgiaCramps andaliothenesultsofimperfectdigestion.

! A colJ. Neglect: Pneumonia. Grief I I Best CUBES Cough WHERE Syrup.AU Tables ELSE Good.f AltS. Use lI.tnu""nl:, ( itOCIRi1rS, Price 5Oc.andl. .
large size
Had Foley' Honey and Tar been used la time. Staid by drugtrists. IIXTSXD OILS, ETC Estimates furnished for lulls small sue.Uuok all abuutdyspepsiamailed: contains2 times free
complete of
; this story would have had a happier end GON SUM BiTIQNI lumber to be delivered at any point on the Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO. Chicago-

ing. 2o) and 50c at B. 11. Wilson &Son's.t Steam Launch for Charter. I East Coast. Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son.

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1. 'fonMi1Rtf! r'ooInfG. lug the few'hourspent carrying oat the there programwhich JL Lack of l;timeprevented g.:enefoi-eBeUuu JleBeieeBe: jllflilQha S' &1 lSiii '

,'r- we sincerely regret Inasmncb as it prevented :'PommencingovembetQQlen Bros.i; -. ,i f
o Florias,1'redaliojatll 1'"atelrtiinedTLtougti 08 seeing Dirt .'(e*points::bf: I&teftSst;Vlaf ooff n Jack oavilWaweakbt4rp,g t 1ifirm, ., -,,--

>iv *--3 l the most'prosperous and! deEgktfal sections will apett a ntghtecbool I ot the cagli boys .
", Pour, of.tlbelonthernStates.: .J._ of.the eouthe r. *"- in their! employe t;;Thia'wilL:be the firstechoo1 '"" > 4-i: .s

. __.About'twenty.five.jnembera the Florida dubThatto the Board oJitJZe. Rich-'
_eve 'upened JorAHich"; ,.a purpose 'HAHHeadquarters :
Press;;association, ;many 'of them accompanied -_ mondthe managers of the7effersbn i aid.Lexington and from such a source'in'this state. AR E>

by their' wives or i sisters, act hotels, and,T J>Baldwin,*manager of Mr.-Jl&.Gohen-meiuber.of the tim,) '

cepted the'generous offer of the SeaboardAir the Richmond times;|we :are also nnder -eaidivVOaf- t-- -> .' *
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IaStinJtdebt'oC'gratitode ;especfallyIs thlstrue I
: Line for a ,complimentary trip,.over' ; : firm recognizes that the necessities '
as to Secretary Daplap, of the Board of. : .Tinware '; <'
the Seaboard from ,Jacksonville to Richmond Trade,who enabled s to'see about: 'all the historic :] of some families compel them to put Crockery... .. .,...:x> 3. t

and return, leaving'Jacksonville oh spots of that section and the .saperin. their, boys to work at the.age when .other '

". the morning of the 9th inat,and 'returning tendent the Vifginia''Navigatidn company'', boys'are atschool; and,it 13 to provide ." __ STOVES, ,....... ..>.. : _: ,, ..,'_". ,t, ; ,_,:.:
on the 17th, The company treated who gave ns a trip down,the James'river=* : these boys'with the means, of obtainingan ,- >! -- : Z"" .y ";:
the editorial, > :J'ty, royally,, furnishing stream more historic than any:other in' this education at least in the English: and .:Boat Goods, Paints and; Oils.. ;;'R'. ,
them with a special vestibuled car, which country. common school branches' that we have, andWOODENWARE- ; ;.T.

was at their beck and call:remaining.over Fifth, That the boards of trade and citizens decided to .'offer5 the privileges of this "
of News Old Point ComfortNorfolkand
Newport ;
at aU points visited by the readyto the in All the
party, Portsmouth, who made arrangements to school to boys, our,employ. :

,transfer them to the next place on the entertain us, but of whose hospitality the lack popular branches will ,be taught. All :- .

programme. of time forbade as. partaking, have the hearty supplies, as well as_ tuition,' will .be absolutely '
It is customary for the association to good will of this association;and'.we regretour free of cost to those in the class.'' Write for prices, ,

take an annual outing'' of'about 'ten days inability to stop with them long ,enoughto The our employ will have the TITUSVILLB FLORIDA.

in one,of the autumnal months. for a short carry out the program prepared by them. first opportunity for,seats in the school, Box 2l2. .
rest and recreation from the toils and Sixth,That we extend thanks CoL B.: W. but vacancies may be filled by others.As ,

steady routine of newspaper work, and,to Wrenn of the Florida; of the East Plant Coast Rystem,' and;J.'the P. Beckwith Ii!& N., a boyI attended a night school myself Dr. S.W. Carroll. W.Eo,Goldsmith.
visit new scenes and enjoy for a few days and I know'what a .valuable opportunityis
railways for transportation to, Jacksonvilleand
i decided climatic from the offered. If firm do CARROLL & GOLDSMITH
a change comparatively return;also to RF.Dillon.snperintendent our can .anything to ,

low country of Florida into the of the"Western Union, for courtesies. 'offered stimulate the ambitious boys in our em-

more mountainous states along the Atlan- by the company. ploy and give them an opportunity 'to Staple and Fancy GROCERIES :

tic coast This year President White, of Seventh, That our thanks are extended to educate and make successful men of themselves -

i the association, laid out a most charming the Time -Union and Citizen for the hand ,-we shall not regret the outlay, and ,

trip, selecting the cities of Savannah, Columbia some badges furnished and, lastly, we each there is no doubt that this night, school Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, I Titasville' Florida
and everyone desire to thank our esteemed Glass and Ware.
Tin Crockery
and Raleigh as points of interestto will off exceptional opportunities"A
president, J. W. White, for looking' after'the
Mail orders attended
at route to Richmond the ob- We solicit your patronage. promptly to.
stop en ,
comfort and pleasure of us all and being the
': jective place and the one of greatest interest means of making this one of the most pleasant Fodder Mill Explosion '

r., on account of her' great past history outings, in the history of our association. Removes everything_in sight; so do E. L. BRADY & BRO. : ; .

-. Thus in the short space of eight 'days the drastic mineral pills, but both are mighty ,

party visited the capitals of three southern Death of' 11.0. Scrimgeour. dangerous. Don't dynamite the delicate

states, viz: North and South Carolina machinery of your body with calomel),
The public not Tuesday oil -Iocs when Dr. Groceries Grain and
k and Virginia, and also made a trip down was surprised croton 01 pills King's : Hay
morning to hear that Postmaster R*. C.Scrinlge New: Life Pills, which are gentle as a summer -
,r' the historic James river to Norfolk. breeze do the work Cures ,
ur. had passed He had perfectly.
We heartily second the sentiment ex. away. AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
made a gallant fight for his life against headache, constipation.:! : Only 25c at B.
pressed by President White for the association heart disease rheumatic R. Wilson & Son's drug store. 2 We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively if*
that it has never had such delightful brought on by A in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on
affection of the heart. But at sunrise the Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO..Trrt sv ILLS, FLA. a
:; entertainment or such an enjoyable sudden summons came to surrender and A rumor gained wide, circulation in

outing. We had a good time' all the he ready. He had been identifiedwith Jacksonville this week that Mary Baily,

way and all the time. :Everybody kept was our town for more than twenty an old regress livingnea thert>,had given R. L. MOTLOW, paler
open house for the association. Colonel years. Three times he had held the office birth to quintuplets; but the rumor proved
Estill of the Savannah Morning News, fake
postmaster. For manVyears he was in
was especially attentive; Governor Mc- WINES BRANDIES WHISKIESAND
the mercantile businesskeeping a general FINE
Sweeney, of South Carolina, who was for- It Happened In a Drug Store. ,
store; also working in his spare time at '
merly a newspaper man himself, gave us the trade of taxidermist. He will be missed "One day last winter a lady came to k
at the executive man- drug store and asked for brand of
a splendid reception my a ,
by many of the old settlers. LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
sion in Columbia we met Governor Rus cough! medicine that I did not ha\'e in
He was born in Perth, Scotland, November "
{ sell, at Raleigh, and Governor Tyler at stock, says Mr. C. R. Graudin', the Special attention given to mail orders. TITUSVILLE ASD COCOA FLORIDA.
; of 30,1829. At the age of twenty he popular druggist of Ontario, N. Y. She .
Richmond while the .hftmher com1 -- ---- -- -- -
came to this country and was for several was disappointed and wanted to know
meree in Richmond spread itself for our Bond Lumber Co. _
of tile years bookkeeper at Greenwood cemetery what cough preparation I could recom- .
enjoyment. As for the officials New York.. About 1854 he went to California mend. I said to her that I could freelvl'l'commend

Seaboard, they were always at our beck \'ia'the isthmus of Panama, whenit Chamberlain's Cough Remedy On hand and Constantly Arriving,

and call, and did everything possible, if and that she could take a bottle of
meant something to cross it. He stayedin LUl\LIBER.
not a little more, to crowd comfort and the remedy and after giving it a fair trialif tr t.
San Francisco'while and then
luxury into our trip. At all the cities wentto she did not find it worth the moneyto Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work Balusters, Newel Posts,
where stands the of Los Angeles
now city bring back the bottle and I would
was received Bean and Tomato Crates
editorial Cabbage
mentioned the party Orange ,
then nothing but wild land. He
the price paid. In the course of a
and hospitality Brick Lime Cement Etc. J
with that cordiality ,
started back east on the ill-fated steamship lay or two the lady came back in com
fur which the people of the south are Gate City and was one of the survivors pany with a friend in need of a cough Estimates made ou all building material. Our large boat, :"Sunny South." will deliver Jf

noted and nothing that could be providedfor who reached New York, having lost medicine and advised her to buy a bottleof anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right. .

the pleasure of the members of the all he had gained. He bravely began life I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I BC>D..d L-u.r.a. her Cc>. ,

press was too good for them. The trip again in Brooklyn and New York wherehe I consider that a very good recommendation -
Manager '
for the It is for sale < 'I
chance of seeing remedy. by .
us Florida people a his first wife. .,
gave After nine
yearsof B. R. Wilson & Son.
what the SeaboardAir Tltusvl1.1.e. : Florida.. .
with our own eyes married life his wife died, leaving him .
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Linedirected by brainy with three children. In 1878 he
is doing for the came C. .STOR.A.: : i J. R. WALKER. J. H. SWAIX. t
John Skelton Williams,
south. He spent sometime in Jacksonville
The Kind You Have Ahvavs Bought!
t south and for Florida particularly, as and came to Titusville in 1879, since Bears the _/ I
t the Chat- Signature 7JI.P' THE FALL DISPLAY i iis
this system now reaches from which time he had been prominently ; 1 .
Jacksonville of .

tahoochee river on the west to identified with the business and public t
and from Fernandina on --.-- ----' ---- ready fur inspection. 4i !
on the east, life of the town. In 1889 he married in ; I )
have reason to feel proud of ,
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lake .
the north to Tampa, Cedar Key and Titusville Mrs. Mary A. Lowden, who NOTICE ijf HGlm[ the assortment of i t '1t

Charm in the south of our state. Then it survives him. of I

is developing a new country through The funeral services were held in the DRY GOODS s L r 1 1etc

Georgia South and North Carolina andVirginia Presbyterian church, of which he was a To the Sheriff of Brevard County,of the Stateof 1/v
miles of its Florida: \
over two hundred member, having recently united with it ., shown. The preparations J w ,
within them BE IT KXOWX THAT I, JOHN L.
route having teen completed and desired to be buried from there. The CRAWFORD, secretary of state of the state to supply your needs : 1
of the l lof
4 few months. The management pastor, liev.: John A. Hughes, preachedthe of Florida, do hereby give notice that a have been made on a scale i
conducted with that liberal policy unusual !a-ishnei's and we I t ''
road is funeral sermon from the text, Zach. GENERAL ELECTION: I ;
for it that high are certain that our offering Ji
won :
which has already xiv:7: "It shall come to pass that at even will be held in Brevard county, state of Florida -
esteem and )hearty good will of the people time it shall be light." on Tuesday next succeeding the first and the prices at which we Caj

all along the entire route, and I it is The pastor said, in part: Monday in November, A. D. 1900, the said sell will be fully appreciated. I \
of local bnsim Tuesday being the JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
do a great ii /11'r
destined tn "We are apt to think and speak of .
t and freight. of life. We speak of the 'day ofprosperity' For four ((4)) presidential electors.For j
presented: in Richmond one representative of the Second congressional NATIONAL '
> -inVlnte wa of FIRST BANK
l U and'night
n::: the adversity. They district of Florida: in the Fifty- :
Wlt1! a > -1 tiled c.ino by association picture to us the joys and shadows of life. seventh congress of the United States.

:, whi'-It tfo'c him comp'etely by The hope of a clear day after a stormy For governor of the state of Florida.

surprise; but he ree )\'erelhilllsdf in a one ever beckons us onward, while the For secretary of state of the state of Florida OF ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., 'r i
in For attorney general of the state Florida..
moment and thanked the association :loom and darkness of night stand to us For comptroller of the state of Florida.
National Bank the Florida East Coast f
his usual happy m.uuiwr for the token of as the symbols of the griefs and sorrows For treasurer of the state of Florida. Only on :

their high: tstiem.The that cloud our years. These symbols are For superintendent of inblic instruction of
of Florida. Solicits Accounts of Finns and Individuals.
association held no business meeting frequently used in the the state J
Scriptures-one For commissioner of agriculture of the state
durintr the outing.except to pass reso- representing the pleasures, the other the of Florida. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $150,000. DEPOSITS, 350000. # 1

tioiH. The following! presented by theresnhltionscrnnnilteeeonsistingof sadness of life. But there is always the For one justice of the supreme court of the ,
Philip state of Florida. J. T. DISMUKES, President. J. JAMES Vice President. G. B. L.\ I.\R. JR., Cashier. ;;
silver lining in the darkness of night.
For one railroad commissioner for the state
Isaacs, Frank Horton, John C.Trice, S.L. The radiant promises of God's truth stand of Florida. DIRECTORS : ,1 |

i.a.un......r., ..uu!. n..,. T... Hrannintr.- were passed- out like the sun at noondav. It i is as if For state senator for Thirteenth senatorial I J. T. DISMUKES, J. JAMES, H. GAILLARD, ,
\ unanimously J \ : mercy and grace went beyond nature and district of the state of Florida. J. E IXGRAHAM, P. F. CAR- B.o\, .i. ..
of the Florida Press For one member of the house of representatives Fla. Agt. of H. M. Flagler. of Garcia Vega & Carcaba. I
WHERE: The outing said: 'What if the shadows do come; it of the state of Florida. ,
association was made possible by the management shall be light.' The life that has just For county judge. -

of the Seaboard Air Line.we deem it fitting ended found that true. He found the light For clerk of the circuit court. Take

that before departing for our respective of Divine grace and) the glory of forgiveness i For prosecuting attorney.For Your FIRE INSURANCE with G LS1huyIerl \1
to the hearty sheriff.For .
should give expression .
homes we ; in the evening time of life. We are
feel for the same. The deepest tax assessor.
appreciation we is felt toward L.S.Allen, general very prone to think of old age, as it is For tax collector. Agent fort, e_ Hartford, / tna, Liverpool and London and Globe, ''|.. -

gratitude and A. 0. MacDoncll. assistant pictured in the twelfth chapter of Ecclesiattes. For county treasurer. Home Continental Providence &
agent, Washington Fire- aman's
passenger For county superintendent of public in- ,
We life dark when
agent, HA traveling may picture as
general passenger struction.For -1
Fund and Sun Mutual.
passenger agent and Z.P. Smith, district all the outward comforts and prosperityhave county surveyor. ; 1

I passengeragent; these gentlemen have been gone, when one bodily ailment will For justice of the peace in and for the fol- For further information, rates etc., address or call on C. S. SCHUYLER, TITUSVJLLE FLA. If

especiallylaetive in our behalf. Be it constantly follow another, "and fears lowing justice districts, viz: n f
;e: in which No. one, No. two, No. three No. four No.
that the manner "
RESOLVED Fir.t. : shall be in the way. Yes, that picture five No. six No. No. No. nine
John H. Estill, seven eight. ,
we were received by Colonel News.and his may indeed be the true one if we have No. ten No. eleven No. twelve, No. thirteen, (1GE IGE : j

editor of the Savannah Morning of the : not made our peace with God; but if we No. fourteen. No. fifteen, No. sixteen, No. 1GB_
-iff, the representatives seventeen No. eighteen, No. nineteen, No.
newspaper the Forest City will seek and tr} to serve Him, we
closer to twenty No. t\\ nty-one. No. twenty-two.
Florida i .-- -- :
than ever before and our stay in that city was find that "at even time it shall be light. For constable in and for the following justice : AS GOOD AS THE BEST. ;
of which the cost !i Mr. Scrimgi-onr had found that light and districts viz: Manufactured T. .RE"pedal
of pleasure
agreeable were the unique luncheonin I! as if God's infinite tenderness and mercy No. one, No.two. No. three, No. four No at the 'Ijrvp .
of the Xews.tho theater j! must still be shown, He took him with five No. six, No. seven No. eight No. nine < attention paid packing, for family the, and shipped to any station on the East Coast ;.1.
the editorial rooms No. ten, No. eleven.} No. twelve, N?.thirteen railroad or by steamboat on Indian river. t I
Iartand the personal supervision of our association i the rising sun. '1 shall go when it is No. fourteen No. fifteen, No. sixtepu, No .

about the city enabling us to see all j light,' were about his last words. We seventeen No. eighteen. No. nineteen. No
points of interest of the thriving twenty. No. twenty-one, No. twenty-two. N. HATCH : :
the Principal with many others wished that his life For three members of the county board of GEO. : :

city of Savannah. hearty thanks are exteiul- could have been spared awhile longer; public instruction.The I.

Tote That our of South CarolS ,- : but attention of the sheriffs is called to the Dealer m
norMcSweeney. law them to notice of the General Merchandise {
requiring cause a
greeting given us on behalfof I Forgive blest shade, the tributary tear
warm be in _.
for the said election to published a newspaper
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'that state, and the many omrtesie.he. cT- I That mourns thy exit a world like printed in the county, if there he a paperin ..-...-. .
cherished by us. our i I ; if there be consisting everytbins :
will ever be '. wish that would have the county; no paper publishedin ROCKLEDGE
tended the kept FLA.
and )lan'ufacturers'clubf Forgive shall usually kept in a ,
the Merchants I the county they cause at least fivecopil's -
thanks are also thee here frst-rlacsrneralctore...... -:-- ,
eutertaiumentsin.cludinga of this notice to he posted in the must
r various I And stayed thy progress to the setts of
etc. tort e I public places in the county.
rel eptiou ; bliss.

Culumbia theater Hotel our party thanks are also due for ]I! '. 'No more confined to grovelling scenes of In _testimony__ my hand whereof.and I affixed have the hereunto great seal set Send Job Printing to The Star Oboe .

special courtesies receiwd. I I night. f L I of the state of Florida at Tilahasi your
; Third That our thanks are also due the I Ko more a tenant pent in mortal clay: 1 "H j see, the capital this the 1st day of
of the Yarborough Hotel. Raleigh, I Now should we rather hail thy glorious '-v- September A. D. 1900.
managers extendedto the Board of Trade, flight JNO. L. tRA: WFORD.
for courtesies Hawkins and local newspaper men I \udtrackthyjourueyto the realms of Secretary of State. We give you: Up-to Date Printing at lowest prices.
Dr. A. B their efforts in our behalf dur- day.' To J. P. BVOWII, Sheriff Brevard county.
of ihat city for

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'., f" +rsltlfiogthy rt6l fe\vtatb for jt fls i n the public mind??.Is'its basis:the; .-'.- : "

'\v- ;._". .>Entered. second-class at the postoffice at'titt arnl. !" as rice'upon our: people. .If the'negro s aying'ordoing'somettiing'to: : keep. .I4IUNd. :

s?;,",-'k' .. "'J .mail.matter.rF p wpulation North Carolina was oriels self fn evidence?,If the latter, ,

;E,. ii.. '*']ll1a'' B.;Wager, Editor imtj Pnbuiher.pPUBLISHED ieppfted'fo'' Massachusetts bodily then Elias Howe: 'ought to bepnebfhe '
l *P* *I M( ii t i in i *+ m* "ti
:F' y. .EVEEY FRIDAY MORNING. ihoae uegroesbo can:vote'now ,in most famous' men' the world POWDER: I : :

.. f- North Carolina could vote In .'Mas; las'.ever;produced; for no' civilized PutcE '
: k *1JBSClI1>>TJOW .t50 PEE ANNUM ,
; ; sachusetts'while wh :cannot is ever without > "
those person present reminders
,." > I.: :.:.': 7S.,' CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. so"votecould, not vote: in .,l :

t. % : ,:'\dnrt.i ti..K Kate* Fnmlibed",on 'in other words Massachusetts foot covered with ,' .
< ; one always RoY Lsaanscowe It co.."EWYORIC. f. j;
i'(:'<. i". : Application.. '. *' laws would:"'disfr ncli s "the them. He invented the'sewing'machine y J '

} It:must be clearly understood that neither .''..
T same number: of negroes. as North and wherever shoes clothingor
f' THE-STAB nor ita, editor.,is responsible: for: Shot Actress. Small
In Boat
by an Across the Ocean a
t' 'opinions expressed by correspondents. Carolina laws. Like the lawyer'and hats ,are worn, there are to be "
':;: Subscribers will confer' favor on THE the:farmer, the only difference_ ,is'in found the evidences of his contri- A special to the New York World from Peter Johansen and his twelve-year-old

li 'STAB if; they will notify ns of any failure: toe who's ,doin' it." See? button to human progress. Every Chicago, last Friday says: I son arrived Saturday, the 20th, at Punta

" :eceivetbeir: paperCommunications ; wwJw stitch that is machine-made is a ,Joseph Pazen, a theatrical agent on the Gorda from Gibraltar in an open boat'' -
*. third floor of No. 125 Washington street 'nine feet long seven feet'six inches -
i especially twenty-
In a Political Way. witness in his behalf. [t is worthyof
F was shot In the'right side ,and I 180 -
} of local interest, are solicited. But the editor probably beam. They left Gibraltar with
i- reserves-the right to condense them to suit. Politics makes r strange 'bed-fel- remark, by the way, that when fatally wounded at no.on' Wednesday by. gallons of:water and provisions for sixty -' .

desired.Brief items.: of neighborhood. news always lowsindeedvidelecit.[ ;' White ,Republicans Hoe invented the sewing machine Zora Card, a burlesque actress days and made the trip in fifty-nine days .L; .

,-... of,Jackson villewho, feign the, people refused to have anythingto When arrested t, she asked:' encountering no storms. They came by -;;:> :
: -. For President: of do with it. Tailors and dress- "la he deadt'On the Can!ries, the north coast of San'Domingo l-:;
? born
'k'. opposition contempt for: being informed that he was. still and Cuba landing ':'
Porto Rico ,
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRY N. I makers declared it would ruin their ,
,. : the negro in their party politics, alive, she declared, as she" waved her first at Boca Grande, the mouth of the -3 -
,., ,-' For Vice President: business and reduce worthy working '
favor the hand dramatically in the air "
'; strongly independent : harbor. Both are in good health aad t'_; ;
<-! ,;,;. J:: .' ADLAI E. STEVENSON., county ticket in Duval while Joe people to starvation. Being a "I wish I had killed him" spirits. .
k '. '.;;.., ForQngress-Seeond District: Lee,. the recognized leader of the ving machine they believedit To the police she said: ,.,;;lit t;..'.:
X. "I shot in self defense. He attacked me ?" 1- "
X would "
ROBERT W, DAVIS. branch of deprive many honest laborers -
Lee-Eagan-Long straw-
: ''r...-- and I'thought he was going to do me Women as Well. as Men ?. 1J/
: : f of their of "
: : means
For Governor support.
black-and-tan .
.,., berry-and.cream, or bodily harm. I went there to get an accounting '"
J V WILLIAM S. JENNINGS. Republi the body .corporate Nevertheless, thousands of workers from him for acts of persecutionto Are Made Miserable by 'q .

1t j, ",,:V For State Officers:, of the state Republicans, are earning their living by the machine which he and William Phelon had Trouble. -" ':?- .'

: ? L '."T The entire'Democratic state ticket. will support the regular, county, needle today, where tens for- subjected me for several months. Both of Kidney ,

F merly gained a livelihood with the them had me thrown out of employmentin I'"' .-'.>'
mw *- : For Senator -Thirteenth District: Democratic ticket. This is a novel jQ': '
\ \ Sam T. Jack's and Hurtig & Searnon's trouble the discourages ;
, : feature of Duval calculatedto hand, needle. So far from proving Kidney preys upon 'i IF' ,
> E. N. politics,
> theaters. They determinednot and lessens ambition '
,* > were ; beauty,vigor -
* ., ..."..> ..: For, Representative: produce a splitting headache. I an ,evil thing, the. sewing machine to let me live in Chicago, if they and cheerfulness soon ;fi i
.*S { i'=\ K. B. R"ULE.R ON. And down in Hillsborough I has proved one of the greatest con- could help it, just because I would not < ( 1 disappearwhenthekidneys ',f
l' \ .;;.: ., the Gunby veniences and. no modern household stoop to what they wanted of me." are out of order ';; f
," For County Officers: county, Republicans, II or diseased. : I ,
is considered complete without Miss Card is twenty-six years old, a T
r 1,.J*, .. : < The full Democratic county ticket. who have cunningly arrogatedunto one. tall, handsome blondo, a daughter of w become Kidney trouble has : ,.:'
( so prevalent
themselves the distinction of ( :< 1-;:':
.: Card, an orange grower at Anko- that it is not ; :" > _
Can fame be smothered betweenthe uncommon :
I "' : No, thanks, no constitutional being "lily-whites" (God save the its, Fla. for a child to be born .""'. .,

( \ c'onyentiOll'in 'ours. mark t ) have openly announced leaves of a volume? In the cy- 'k's afflicted with weak kid- .

t s-i their intention to "fluke" Matt. clopoedias American biography Weekly Weather Report. :::.. neys. If the child urinates -

-' Elias Howe is given full credit for too often, if the
proposition MacFarlane the candi- U. 8.
'TuE for a constitu- Republican DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE WEATHEB urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child .
; ''- tional convention is a delusion and date for governor. Matt. and Ed. his invention and love for countryfor BUREAU. reaches an age when it should ,be able to ,-: ,< k a snare. onceworked, happily together, dear he was a soldier as well as an Comparative statement of temperaturesand control the passage, it is yet afflicted with ,
: rainfall for the week bed-wetting, depend it, the of '
inventor. But how ending Tuesday upon cause .
; reader; that was when Cleveland many persons Oct. 23, 1900. the is
L r k IOCiTS' difficulty kidney trouble, and the first ,
DE the east coast look heard of him?
ever How of
. was.president. But just as soon as many 1900 1899 step should be towards the treatment of :: -
;:' .f'; alive to your own and your' neigh their president came into power those who earn a living at the sew- Oct.DATE.17. MAX.84 MIN.72 MAX. MIN. these important organs. This unpleasant :;Z- >

,t bors' interests and do all you can toprevent they fell out the distributionof ing machine know the name of the 18. 85 74 83>84 73 72 trouble is due to a diseased condition of the i_
over "
kidneys and bladder and not to habit ;: .
; $ anyone voting in favor of a slice of Federal "pie"and have man who invented it? It is safe to 20.19. 83 82 70 76 84 83 76 72 most people suppose. a as. ,:.,

: ''..t a constitutional convention. been persona non grata ever since. say that the percentage is very 21. 83 75 81 72 Women as well as men are made miserable ,. ::,
.P5i .x. 22. 83 77 78 70 with kidney and bladder trouble,
o.J low. Still Elias Howe not
S was -
have both tasted of the bit- separated "
They 23. 83 78 78 69 and both need the same great remedy. .
i, HANNA, in his tirade delivered ters and sweets of political pres- from the present generationby Total rainfall for the week.3.15 inch. The mild and the immediate effect of '-

r at Lincoln, Neb., a few days ago, tige. a long vista of years. When he week Departure, plus 1.16 from inch.the normal rainfall for the Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold ::

said that what Bryan said was "as -- was born the present century was Departure from normal rainfall since Jan. by druggists, in fifty- '-

f,- \' .' false as hell." We never knew be- The Cup Races Next Year. well advanced, and he died subsequent 1st, 1900, minus 3.S6 inches.HAL P. HABDIX, sizes.cent and You may one have dollar a,j ":: ','

fore that hell was false; we thought The acceptance of Sir Thomas to the war between the states. Observer Weather Bureau. sample bottle by mail
: it real actual i Jupiter, Fla., Oct. 23, 1900. free, also pamphlet tell-
: an place, a livingt Lipton's challenge by the New He was, indeedcontemporary with Home of swamp-Root
ing all about it, including of the
; many
truth for all those who sail
waiting the inventor of the electric tele-
: York Yacht club, will serve to nerve His Life Was Saved. thousands of testimonial letters received
. : under false colors in working up American yachtsmen, and designers graph and some of the statesmen from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
:. : against the people. and soldiers whose names havs Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
t as well as builders to
.f" : pro Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful mention this paper.
::} t; -- duce a superior yacht to the Columbia gone into the Temple of Fame. deliverance from a frightful death. In

f The taxpaying citizens Florida defend the cup next summer Not one of them did more than he telling of it he says: "I was taken with ADMINISTUATOU'S NOTICE.
r are mulcted to the extreme typhoid fever that ran into pneumonia.My .
' everytime There is not a man across the ocean to improve domestic conditions, : lungs became hardened. I Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day
;, : the state's "economical" legislature lighten labor and add to the was so of April, 1901, or as soon thereafter as I can be
who, as a challenger, could be as sum weak I couldn't even set up in bed. Nothing heard, I will apply to the county judge of ,
holds forth. have had
:, They of human contentment. helped me I expected to soon die .
popular with our people as Sir lirevard county for a final settlement of my
; ,i one dash at a constitutional, convention Elias Howe was a genius. His of consumptionhen I heard of Dr. accounts and my discharge as administrater ;
-we would rather sai 1
: '
Kin 's New Hi:=icOH'I'Y. Onl.lottJe gave> of the estate of Johu Hetheringtou.
L" -an expensive one, too(; against him than any other foreign invention was one of the greatest great relief. I continued to tine it, and A. (.'. DITTMAK, Administrator.

and taken all in all the people are nr that we know of. He was so and most beneficial of the century. now am well and strong. I can't say too Oct. 20, 1900 _. :
generally given all they stand much in its praise." This marvelous ------- --- ---
Still he is not "famous"for the
. fair in the contests last in al 1 reason -
! year medicine is thnsure-t and quickest curt FLORIDA -'
A constitutional convention at this that he lacked four votes in the -- -- -- ,- .
matters pertaining to the races and i in the world for all throat and lung ----- ------
time would be useless and well- accepted his defeat so gracefully senate of judges. trouble. Kegular sizes, ;50 cents and $1. ''
criminal Trial bottles free at B. II. Wilson
nigh and & Sons'
that the American people would be What a narrow margin there i is .
TilE STAR asks and drug store. Every bottle guaranteed. 2
selfish and unreasonable to desire between "fame" and obscurity. 1 ___ ----.----- n_ --.-- _, State CollegeOF
advises all the Democrats along i
any other person as the challenging -- AXOTHKK WOKUTO TUE LADIES.
east coast to vote solidly againstthe .
scheme. The who !i party. Hox. WILLIAM II.ELLIsof, Quincy Editor of The Florida Star:
party -
the convention had a cun-proposed Mr. G. L. Watson who designed is one of the proudest men in We understand there are still a few ladiesin

Shamrock, feels sure he can furnish Florida just nowand he has good Titusville and vicinity who did not take AGRICULTURE
ning in mind and if the
purpose advantage of our recent offer to send an elegant -
people are so short-sighted and pit one that will outsell the defeatedyacht. right to feel so. This state's Demo silver-plated d sugar shell absolutely free AND

At the same time it is understood cratic presidential electorsof whom of charge to any married lady who simply MECHANIC ARTSAt
ifully blind to their own civil and asked for it: so we will renew the oiler for a
financial interests as to give the that the Herreshoffs an he is one, have chosen him as the short time only. We sell these shells: regularly
nounce that they boat at forty-five cents each. Retail jewelers ask Lake City.
put a who will
up to Washington -
proposition their approvalthey will messenger go fifty to seventy-five cents for such goods.
bitterly it. Mark that will beat the Columbia, but ileems t; on January 1, next, and cast They are exquisitely beautiful creations in The fall term will begin
. regret our prediction rather doubtful to if high grade silver'plate. To further advertiseour September isth.
! us they this state's four votes: for Bryan ware we will send one. postpaid, to every
" can improve on her u nmoh'__ __ _n _if_ env_ and Stevenson. married lady who has not received one. This Tuition FREE to Florida students.
y u.; Board low, and all other
very expenses
TilE notorious Goebel election It. is said that the races next year ...... announcement should be cut out and returnedto small. -
us with your request. This is important.
':,;:' law of Kentucky is now dead, for will be sailed in the latter part of MEKUITTS ISLAM. ANo please; enclose a stamp or two to help pay A COMPLETE COURSE in book.

which let the saints be praised. A August on account of more favorable cost of mailing. keeping, !stenography: and tele-
Some of our fruit growers are selling QUAKER V.\J LEY M'F'G Co., for
graphy about
$18, besides- .
compromise substitute offered by chances for breezes in that their orange "drops" and are realizing Morgan and Harrison streets Chicago.G.A.3TORSA. board, one year. :

the anti-Goebel Democrats was month than in September or October about jtf per crate for same.
Foster ,
adopted by the conference committee and it is to be hoped that such : for Hall, !
Miss Cora has young women,
of the Kentucky legislature by will be the case. Such a fiasco of of the art department Stickney of the taken Southern charge Bears the _/ Tte KM You {Have Always Bought will be ready. ,

a vote of sixteen to four, and was starts as occurred this month last Seminary, at Bowling Green, Va. Biguaturtt,1 of #" Send for cutilague to f

thus passed, The bill gives the Republicans year to settle the contest is certainly \V. F. YOCUM, President k. -s
Miss Frances Moore will take the -- _. 1.
------ -
control of election disheartening to ardent ,
county Jachts-
. trained nnre-e course of three years in the
boards in Republican counties, and men. Let both boats have all the Presbyterian hospital: of New York city A Bona Fide Salary '1'

1 the Democrats control in Demo- breeze they want, and then let the $1.2 VVeek.1y.
Mr. Hazard P. Brown i is fast c.
cratic counties. The new law will best boat win. If Sir Thomas can L from the accident in which he recovering broke- Men and women to appoint agents and represent! u?, some to "

not apply to the November elec win the cup we will cheerfully turnit his thi.!', which occurred >eH'rallllonths old travel established, other for local work. ::31 12: weeklyahry and (expense! !'. w
tion. Furthermore, in consonance over to him, but he must win it ago. advancement and innea, ;pleasant of wa es.pernuiiei.t; Write at portion.once. .*, rapid .

with this compromise, the Republicans by some very fast sailing, it takes Messrs. Gibbons and Thompson have Addres

have been allowed to recom- true sport to secure it, and this is given up f>hin E
mend for appointment by the gov- the only way he would have it, so and are now using their outfit in Indian JejJt.; NEW' HA\EX, CUSS

river Merritt.
t ernor a party member to fill a vacancy here's to the Columbia II and the '

in the state electoral com mis Shamrock II. Dr. Howard Smith, U. S. N., retired,

sion. Other than this concession, with his wife, has returned from North

the body of the law remains as What is Fame ? Carolina. lie says he finds no place as: I WewantYoutoknowUsr I .
acceptable to him as Indian river.
originally prepared by its immortal The name of Elias Howe was ,
1J1 not only as makers of the NEW .
Through the of ROCHESTER
author. presented as one worthy to ; our mail .
b occupya earlier, Fred Whitlock, we have 'k THE STANDARD LAMP
;-- --- practically OF THE WORLD
place in the Temple of Fame of Q{
On Lord what a howl has speaking, a special" mail delivery : but also as headquarters for all lamp Information. We will
gone the of New York ] cheerfully -
University along the way from Indianola to C<"I1Ttenav. supply it gratis whether pertaining to Rochester goods or
up from the saintly and puritanical with those of George Washington, think not. Of Our OTHFWp motive Is not" entirely philanthropIc We wantwu to
whenever you think "LAMPS"
Massachusetts, the state that Thomas Jefferson, Robert E. Lee, Volcanic Eruptions don.t want you to consIder, as so many *>. that any centre-draft But'We

once threatened to secede, becauseof and others of such goodly company. .\re grand, but skin eruptions rob life of lamp titular is lamp.a Rochester.And every The lamp name that is has not not that that of a name class but of a par-
the disfranchisement of the j j-.y. Bucklen's Arnica Salve I ; 4 p' Is not a real Rochester or NEW ROCHESTER. IfffiSJ
negro He received only forty-seven cures thfJlIj; sells or offers it as such he is trying to defraud
North Carolina What also old, running and fever sores, ulcers you. Beware of him.
in a votes in the ttf s Whatever
senate I
judges fiftyone want to know
; l boil felon you about
corns, warts, cuts, bruises 2 lamps.
mote of civil and political cruelty was necessary to "fame." burns, scald;, chapped hands, chilblains: Whenever you want to know it, ask

they do behold in the eyes of truehearted I Such is "fame," as the judges see I Best pile cure on earth. Drives out pains L.t1L5tu: THE ROCHESTER LAMP CO.
and aches. Only 2.') cts a box. Cure ,
liberty-loving Southerners! it; God pity their narrow minds. I imaranted. Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son, 38 Park Place and 33 Barclay St., New York.'t
But consider for a moment, 0 Lord, l Cut what is Fame? druggists. ;)


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