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 )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
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Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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;. General EtitU!p'Gownandjliow%Slake. ... It made P'f Ida$ fl't2l'ta and file,IitThlt'ohIar 1885. of the state: of FlorIda -
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". ;. 'x.: H. \"T.'T un e OTersklrt/. rind bt>ltVl'I'e' both-01" fl.1c-k velvet did pass four joint resolutions! .proposiu?

f '" : Special correspondence of The Florida Star. ,with a narrow line of velvet and gold CASTORIA amendments to the constitution of the state
:r'i This gold braid H_ of Florida. and the same were agreed to by
braid intermingled.
r YORK, Oct. 30.-It is refreshing of three-fiftbs of all the members i .

t. to find.'.a, dress'so, very well. adapted. to., or !ribbon: as,tbe J'cal1l it, is seen every a.elected vote to each house that the vote on said r

BO many uses. as;-the on?_illustrated- iu! wbere.' Bonnets cloaks and dresses ioint. resolutions were entered upon their

:. this column,- and ..after Uifr first' Idea is arid intact* "everything- .to't o'which; it canbemadded _.'".... For Infants and Children. respective journals, with determine the 'yeas.and and direct nays kthat
; ; '' did
'j. :' thereon, and they
it Js put on.- ;
r1v'en.\there' several '
: ; still other the 'said joint resolutions be submitted ;
things for which it well OLIVE HABPER. of the state at the general election -
t : seems as. The Kind You Have to the electors
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t- adapted. The first idea icasto'has'eJtr : : in November,
: :Doo'f Kiik Your Life. Now therefore, I, Jno. L. Crawford, secre-
.. for a tea gown, and for that of state, of the state of Florida, do hereby -
: Is to be made of some pretty,. soft material .-., : Wtiy of your friends or people whom Always Bough! tary give notice that a.,
p you knowof have contracted consnmp- II I Ifl l
and be lavishly i decorated with GENERAL ELE' TION
; '. 'r.fatal diseases bynaglect'of Ar
tionpneumonia or egefablePrepwahc forAs-
: { lace and rtbb. ns. There)hpuldjbe; ,for
Vr Foley's in Florida
': a citnpl&eMd' t-ongh. will be held in E'a county on
-; & '. this special garment a sat of ribbons and similatmg theFccd andl-.egula-( succeeding the first Monday in
, I Honey and Tar, a safe, sure pleasantcouah" Tu slay next
at the shoulders and on tIle sleevesGLNEIUL "i hcine;would,have saved them. tlllgtlleSlilIDaChSa1L'iOcelsl>i' Bears the l. November, A. D. 1900, the said Tuesday being -

f'. e' ,', .'. It is guaranteed. B.,:R. Wilson! & Son. I the
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f", t./ ., Y Iv SIXTH nAY OF NOVEMBER,

". '. t d 1 INSPECTORS[ AND CLERKS.Those [ ..---. Signature t for the ratification or rejection of the said

Promotes DigestionChc rfu1- joint resolutions proposing amendments to the
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. ness and Rest.;ontains neither of '' constitution of the state of Florida, viz:

. Appointed to Serve at the November OpmuxMorphine nc:ineral.. 4'NOTNARCOTIC. Article XV.

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f r -" Election.
amendment to the
. 0 '. 0.. That the following
The following\ have l been' appointed ... constitution of the state of Florida be and
.. the same is hereby agreed to and shall be
and clerks at
I. to act as inspectors|
submitted to the electors of the state at the
\ election to he held November 6th, 1900: R fJI'OlJIlrSANlJO.rrrP.E.? general election A. D. 1900 for ratification or

Precinct No. 1-L A. Coleman, F. A. Pumpman'See
:., Strahan, Harry Roberts; clerk, T. A. ..4lx.JauraRsdeb Section 4, Article VII. of the constitutionof
I : SJb- I the state of Florida is hereby amended so
I'I r Johnson: Jr.Precinct Aaite Sttd. n as to read as follows:

I No. 2-J.C. Jonts, G F.Duren, Jh Rppemwt Corf ana*-JoJaV'amSud Section Where any senatorial district

iI ; t, ifTi i'j George W. Scnbie; clerk, A. Cleveland.: is composed of two or more counties, the
; } } Precinct Xo. :3-J-D. Hatter, .1. P. Saw- Unclad Sugaryer ,'' nO counties of which such district consists shall
: A' ': i W hr : not be entirely separated by any county belonging -
o I f telle, William E Faber; clerk, 15. F.: Heal. to another district. Any new county -

,' Prerim-t XII 4-11. William: Fred. Apcrfect Remedy for Constipa that may be created shall be entitled to

,, ., f yt Fisher, A Z. Dixon; clerk, E. P. Porcher. lion, Sour StomachDiarrhoea, one member in the house of representatives,
... O i-i section 2
in of the prescribed
I Precinct Xo 5-P. J. Stewart, W. J. Worms.Convulsions.Feverish- excess
, \ I f until the following
f f F of this article apportionment -
. Nesliitt, W. II. II. Gleason; clerk, George; ness and LOSS OF SLEER 0 r ij \J U I nest thereafter, and shall be ass:greed

F. Paddison.! .. when created to one of the adjoining sena-

t t I .. (YJr i ,u Pr t'ilHt'XII. 6-S, F. Gihl-s, A. Good, Tac Simile Signature of toiia! distiicts as shall be determined by the
: L. A. Peekclerk.0 F. Campbell Y'sNEW legislature.
; Thrti
..': : Article XVI.
. t Precincto. 7 George: Washburne, -YORK.EXACT j k: U I
. j H.C Powell, F M. Fonebt; clerk, E Sve-: That the following amendment to the con
.. 1 deiins. stitution of the state of Florida be and is
r hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to
," J Precinct No. 8-\\ C. Uraddock.Sr., F. 1 1 y':1.t ,-i iA \
t.\ J : rj the electors of the state at the general election
\ Former, H.B.Howardcleik; B.F.Hardes- t 1 I J.v''J, [ : to be held on the first Tuesday after the
, E first Monday in November, A. D. 1900 for
: A-
UTILITY (.O\i Nand tv.
N (i [fi : ratification or rejection:
Precinct No. 0 A C. Dittniar C. F.
: another bow, with lung onds. to COPY OF WRAPPER Section 25 of Article III of said constitution

set directly on the front of tlu yoke. Olinstead, J. T. Bell; clt'rk)1.. Sample. +',I'""""" 1//%. be and is hereby amended so as to read as:
As the model is iu the picture: it will Precinct N... 10-T. V. Moon C. A j. THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW VOB" CITY. follows:
) ,, : 'II: :;; 'a: : ':'J. _
' 2'II'! :: : : : Section 25.; The legislature shall provideby
: be seen that the 111'l ss is made of blue Robinson, II W. Kiohanls; clerk, T. J. i
general law fur incorporating such educational
\ and brown china silk! the blue for the DeSteuben.Piecinct agricultural, mechanical, mining,

t ground and the brown for the puttini. No 11-(1. W. Drawdy, S. A - transportation, mercantile and other useful

Around the bottom is a flounce, and Iv Hair, M. W. Knhilit; dl'l'k'nl.. Slnan.! -- -- companies or associations as may he deemed
' Prerincto 12 F.C. G. Roberts necessary; but it shall not pass any special
some of this style of dress this is wide ""Sa THAT IS .
law on anysueh subject and such speciallaw
'}' r and in others narrow a.ul headed. This L B. Dawson; clerk, Win. I'uains. shall be of no efl'ect; provided any however, 7
r 7 l 111.
is a matter of taste and also of the Precinct No. 13-Fritz Uhliirh.! Peter that nothing herein shall preclude special

. amount of cloth. It sweeps out wider Wiltfelil, A. Chambers; clerk, A, B. ('urtel' Our Specialty, legislation as to a university or the public
r schools or as to a ship canal across the state. i
f with a deep flounce. That is a decided las

.. I! benefit where the dress is Intended' for Precinct No. 14-Gtoige W. Sclmyler, { )' s G. M DAVIS & SON, Article X" 11,

a maternity gown. There Is a Mother W.R. Sander: ,l Lapliain; clerk. M. That the following amendment to the con- .

i I. Ilubbard yoke, and to this is attachedthe S. ;UIlS. PALATKA, FLA, stitution of the state of Florida be and the '

. ., I rest. Just below the joining thereis Precinct No. lo-N. N. IVnny, W. E. t same is hereby agreed t and shall be submitted -
I to the electors of the
! a deep rnllle. and this. In turn has a handler, .1. H. UOJan; clerk, J.T i Hood. : Write for delivered prices. general electii n in u\'eUIt'r.-\state. J). 1UOO at the for

t ruffle of lace black or white. Precinct No. 10-J. W. Griflis, William ratification or rejection:

1 On the yoke is a pretty trimming of Walton, L. A. Taylor! ; clerk, C. II. Nan- Section 5 of Article VIII of the constit ition
-- shall hf and is hereby amended! so as to readas
white lace
insertion laid flat, and this man.
_....... .. follows! :
i is edged with narrow black lace ruf Precinct No. 18-W. L. Franlz, L. S. "Iii' :1'IJi Sections.; Immediately the ratification

t !' tie:;. A fancy jabot of the wide lace in Kldied, \\'. E Saeger; clerk, William II. {1 p.;.j &.F;r"t:A ;. t'1,.. II) n] N". The and C'hiua.disease is A the remedy national w as curse iuipe-at.of Japan>e ando of this amendment the upon county commissioners --

1: a full gather falls down one side to Tan ere.Precinct. l .+ t .i : !l ; :t ,, flea mee.lcai profc'blOn there acceptcdtlais of the several counties of this state
1 I., 1 ,. .; ., t '! ;' 9 tS t'e only p rl1lwcnt, painleea, PI' \"ne, shall divide their respective counties: into
I quite a dist;'lce. This can be balancedby Xu.Pt'lt'r'! Bertel.-en J. M.lernden sl 1
t 41 !'; t.J O.m cf quirk cuc bmwn to SI'lI'CA \Vl'I'ks' five commissioners districts, to be numbered
I the ribbon as I said above. In the ( l\.IL \\111ker; ck'l'kJ L. Jergen- 1 to. \' / :... : .6.J 1 4tVi treatment :F1j':!<; 01" CIIACGi' 1'hy. respectively from one to five, inclusive and .
I ard all c.aalueutf.ill treated b mail I
siciz:r:m y y
back the gown falls from the yoke to .;Le; cured ty TIt:1V; -A-rOJ-SrIA Cureru: rlct'ed. each district shall: be as nearly as possible,
the floor very full. In fact the whole .sen.Precinct No. 20-J. N. Chalker, S. A. Ut)1--: a;\T'IE"T tell, equal in piojHjrtion to population and there-
34ZO 12 cases in 17 years 1'g31t'cet4gdJt.tewTuPkCity. aver there shall he in each of such districts
dress is very full around. The sleeves Osteen, H. B. Stewart ; clerk, .1. X., eJ'llE'r. : a county commissioner who shall IM- elected '

are wide, flowing shape and bordered Precincto :21-S.P Christiansen, J M. 1.TC. by the ;qualified electors! of said county at the

I to match the other parts of the dress. Onvl, H. Larson; clerk, A. Clari tianseo. --- -- -- time and place of voting fur ltlllr county
Nicer! :., ami shall hold<<1 his olh'ce for two
The deep ruflle of lace is put pointed to Precinct No. 22: -E C. Walker, S. T. The dutks and
years powers
i add to tu general flowing; effect. With nglup, \\'. H. Wi-jlield; clerk, F. C of such county commissioners compensation shall be-

black velvet ribbons, as mentioned, it Giffoid.Wilton. Ocean Steamship CoE prescribed by law; provided that nothing

can be seen that this dress while called 11l'f'iuhall t licet the h'rmsIf romnii.wioneis -
& Sjn bottle holding! oilice: at the time of such divNion f
a tl'anl.; : can be as well a house ;guarantee every
r. Chaml.fcrlain's ; piovidtd. further, that alla uncie
gown for an expectant mother. Everything Cough liemedy"and will occurring by limitations of terms or from
4 t that can add to the ;:1'1Ipl'3110m:;{ refund the money to anyone who i is:: not SA.v ANN.A.B: : LINE. lruth. it-Mgnatiuii. or otherwise before the
satisfied after lining: hvo thirds of the con diction Ishall be filled
and flowing effect is good and assists Fat Freight appointment -
tents. This is the l'et remedy in the and Luxurious by the! governor a- now provided by
in shielding the ungraceful lines of the worM) fur la law.
grippe, coughs, colds l croup Passenger Rout"1TO
figure, and this is an excellent one for and whooping cough! and is plt-asint! and! article XVIII. ,

the purpose. safe to take. It'ple'l'lItUllY tendeuey ofa NEW YORK BOSTON AND THE EAST That the :following iimemlmrnt to the constitution -
From Paris! conies the word that we cold t<. result in pnemnonfa.The of the ,state of Florida In and the

are to have the tunic overskirts with same i is her( by agreed to. and shall he submitted )

a vengeance! this literally as well as gross value uf the California orange to the electors of the state at the general -
I election! in So\'t'lIIhN.-\). 1K! >0, for
figuratively, for the plump woman has and lemon crop for the past sea- ratification or rejection: .

hud It all her ownY:1r so Ions in the son has been estimated to be slightly Section 12 IIfrtide Xof the constitution -

; I plain habit skirts that now the thin iu excess of $14.000.000. I ;,,''-., ...... /1 of the :state of Florida amended to

i ones are. to have! revenge' on them by -- -- --_ ,. .. '''' -'S''''' !! read us follows:
.' "ertionl'2.: The prisent seal of the state
I wearing the overskirts: which will h'p How to Prevent a Cold. ::<: .. > \ 'c.---: '''' I
.. Z'I" :. 'J 'k.' ,."-::- ,--. hall ren :un the seal of the state of Florida.
l a trial as great n* the thin ones have After exposure or when von feel a cold\ ) / 1 \ <.. .r ,\.. ; Tile :state Ih ig: shall be of the following pro-
i had to :suffer. These skirts wilt be coming on, take a dose of Folev's\ Honey .f'"f" I \. or f / poiiion- ami dt-snipUoti: Iepth to be three

!' draped up tone side or other and will and Tar. It never fails andill prevent! .. --t.: / .--J 'b 'r touithsleiigihe-f! : fly. The seal of the slate
t pneumonia or consumption, if taken in spc r-njc :iic r-TAe a *:* g}r *__ / of ili.imeter lIIu>.thinl the fly in the centerof
'b('. I fancy much like those we wore 0 \Tt: f.ftTrRrf)1"1-f, itinBY 0 IfM.V .'.'.''.'''''i ''J\\'! t: a white gr. ruul. Red bars in width
1' time. B 11. Wilson & Son .. obeef"Ili11 -
; some IS or :'U years ago.; But so far . -k... --r -._:;--<,-- f!he length; oi liy extending each .,
--- _'. ,.. ;,.. HP'I Turner! the center the
I see few of them in the stores devoted -... -. -;.. ffY to outer riui ofthe ,i
\TED-\eli\'t' man of gd characterto I iE $. '"" ..
-": '_ "i!" : ;; :: seal.'fhe I.
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t to the suits for winter flat, howc\er "';':,, :, '; :: $ .. --- :
deliver and "ollect in Florida fur old established .. -r-. ,, -_ -"
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'e the skirts: may be. (lie wai-sis are quite manufacturing wholesale house :: o _r. ---' ', -'-' -'': ...-_..- __ votes rat in compliance with slid :
$! l'H than ,-,- ::/ ; proposed anu-ndmmts and the ,, .'
as many and as handsome as ever if a year sere pay. honesty more r r -- c-invav
experience reiinired. Our reference, any dl'c' a rat illiis amid returns thereof; shall 1 1subjected he
not more so. Some of them cost as ; 1 to the toe regulations
hank in any city. En lose self-addressed LAND: AND SEA. and I.c'-
l! high as $SO/ and others again; : cost hut tamped envelope. )Manufacturers third rktious a.-, are provided by law for general

?:. Tsench flannels dotted with flguivs floor, 334: Dearborn St., Chicago. Short Rail mile to a\lnllah. I elections in the state of Florida. t:
thenceia Palatial Expre,, In testimony whereof I have hereunto set '
I I .
of \'l1atc'Crizl' pleases best are tIlt'fa'Ol.itc .
\()TlCt;. Steamships: . I my hand and affixed the: great f
:;, and the prettiest! one of theseis -"A "l the state of Florida
Kind office at Gainesville Fla., I.. *" at
oUt of soft pearl ;gray with white 1 ) lallahasMc.I the capital, this the
Oct. 1st. }!It ). SAILINGS FROM SAVANNAH : [ ,
chenille dots The back is almost plain Notice is hereby giun that the folhmingnauud (11,1,1)000 first day of Aiuiist. .\. I'. liitrti.loiiv .

and the front very little pouched. The settler has tiled notice of his intention INNH111110 4 4 rJloOOjtl .f I 1. ( 'iuwnii). i
I to make final proof in support of hi.; claim, SHIPS EACH WEEK sl'I'It'ur.\. t Si.ite .
is where the front is + ) sole trimming and that slid pioof will be made before clerk ene0oa l ; ot'i": i il'!! firm'\ud 1 l IHIIII\. ii;

f stitched with white sill This stitching circuit court at Titusville. Fla., on November (lNI)1/ .OOOOOtOTO .

1. is: one of the most fashionable off 10th, 19K( ), viz: Arthur Franklin. of Canaveral NEW YORK,

all the trimming there is aud it is seen Fla. homl'stead 23.231: for the lots 1 and Msikinu. <'l 2, section, tivn>hip :33: south range 37 east,
I en everything, lllack silk waists have lie names the llo\\ing witnesses to pru'l'hii ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. aodoiDyspepsia j
!f the revel's and higher loIltitcbl'd continuous iicitlviae upon and cultivationof

!i closely with white and sometimes colored said land, viz Henry Wilson.! Frank1.: Writtfur general information sailing scheilules.
Wilson. William 1'ractorius, C. J. Thompson
silk. This kind of ornamentationis ::
of Canaveral Fla. \y\LTER HYVYKINSK. .
so easy to do and so really elegant: W. Ci. lioBix.sox, Kegister. II. IIINTON'. Traffic Manager, (ienenil Am-nt Traliic D"'i>artinent. Cure
S.iviuuiah, (Ja. 21-! West Kay :St., Jacksonville Fla.
I when done that anyomau who ----- -- ----- -------- :

stitches her gown, her wrap or her

sepal'ateYilist cannot go astray, and CASTOR Digests what you eat. 1

- it is an economical way of trinriiing. Hodgson Bros. H. A. HODGES Itartiiinally digests the food and aids 1

One thing should be remembered and For Infants and Children.h9 filature in strengthening aDd reconstructing i

that is that to get the best effects the : : Kind Yon; HaV9 Always, BoughtBears (.IXIIt.tL nt'ilUnUI!' II illts, Fla. the exhausted digestive or- (
R{'II.\STS... gans. It is the
goods should be lined with something JI1 Dealer in and Manufacturers of latestdiscuvereddigest-:
that it makes it like ant and tonic. Ko other preparation '.
soft and thick so thsSignature
quilting. Tucking as an ornamentation Al""P' --- Eau Gallie, Fla. YELLOW TINE i can approach it in efliciency. It in-
of CYPUESS I lUMBER stantly relieves and
has by no means gone out of permanently cure 1
Dry Goods ClothingAXD M Dyspepsia, Indigebtiiin Heartburn,
and of the prettiest of the
Style, some ------ Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea
new waists are one solid mass of Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Sick Headache ,
a. HOOTS i\l SHOES, and I
tucks, one overlapping the other. The ail othcrrc ul ts of
sleeves are tucked around and the Best Cuugh Syrup. Tastes Goad. Use Price 50c.and f I. Large size contains times
waist also and over them is laid a rich to time. Sold by druggists. I..tISTSD OILS, ETC Estimates furnished for complete bills ol small llc.iluk all aWl1t.dypepsia.maUcd! free .

Irish lace trimming. Another style 9 Steam Launch for Charter. lumber to be delivered at any point on the Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO. Chlcogo- ,
Coast. Sold by B. R.{ W .:
has the tucks uu and down and no .J lOn & Son .



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I" a ollCn\ VIEW -iNC a}Nabt.t [ Irishmen a* .The" American;'In jthls. country'\Gtr1'' Abroad.vwlll'' beffn-f 3 3 ,

;terested: in the elevation of the young -
Indication Skin Diseases -
are that the Liberals Will Con- Duke of, Marlborough to the.postfof -

tlnae,In Control.SpecialFcorrespondence lord lieutenant of Ireland. His wife; :

of The Florida Star. whose money runs the. bouse of -Marlborough I '
;. kI OTTAWA. !; Oct 2!>,-'Our Lady of, the 'and. who will preside at the !I ; .

} Snows," as Kipling misnamed this ''castle" In Dublin, is a Vanderbilt ,of : Whenthe'excretory organs fail to carry:off the waste material!from the system there is an abnor ; '-, 1 !

; pleasant land, is; having election trou New York. American girls will now mal accumulation of,effete matter which poisons and clogs the blood, and it becomes sour and acid. ,! f t

r bles*just'as,its greater neighbor to the ').reside In.a social l way over two of This poison is carried through the general circulation to all parts of the body and upon reachingthe : 1

to t south' is Britain's "problems.." Ireland and 'India. skin surface there is a"rednessanderoptioIljand'bycertainpeculiaritieswerecogn; ze Eczema, 'l
wrestling with them.
'" Like Tetter, Acne, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Erysipelas and many other skin troubles, more or less severe. ,'i
the Yankees',. "also, the campaign, oft Republican: While the skin is the seat of irritation, the real disease is in the. blood. Medicated lotions and ,\ : i J

the Canucks is almost over, for election powders may allay the itching and burning, but never'cure, no matter how long and faithfully i.Jj

\ takes place on the day after that A. H. ,Trmrness,' manager ..Wills Creek continued and the condition is often aggravated and skin permanently injured by their use. f1

" of the United States. Coal company, Bnffalo,0.writes "I have

f (i are As two is the principal case across parties the in line the there..Dof accompanied been trouble, affected for years by with excruciating, passing kidney gravel and pains.or bladder stones Other, THe disease is more, than skin deep ; me entire circulation -pOisoned.. .J:I

} f minion, the Conservatives and the LIb- medicines only gave tE'mporarv'relit'f. 'I

t'I ; erals. The latter-Is the- party 'In power After taking Foley's Kidney Cure, the The many preparations of arsenic, mercury, potash, etc., not only do not cure skin diseases, but soon ruin the digestion. 11

and has boon so' since 1890 and result was surprising. A few doses started and break down the constitution.
t from present indications the brick dust, little, fine stones etc.'andnow S. t>. S., nature's own remedy, made of roots, herbs and barks, of great purifying and tonical properties, quickly and :' j
bids fair to I have effectually cures blood and skin troubles, because it goes direct to the root of the disease and stimulates and restores normal, Li!

r. remain so. Hut political fortune telling feel like no pain across my kidneysand healthy action to the different organs, cleanses and enriches the blood, and thus relieves the system of all poisonous secretions 1 F'.
a new man. Foley's
;{ Is' a proverbially risky undertaking, Cure has done me $1000 worth of Kidney good. s. S. S. cures permanently because it leaves none of the original poison to referment in the blood and cause a fresh attack. .: ;

and the Conservatives may yet surprise B. R Wilson & Son. Healthy blood is necessary to preserve that clear smooth skin and beautiful complexion

I their Liberal opponents. Still, so much desired by all. S. S. S. can be relied upon with certainty to keep ri

A unless the usual signs fail, the present the blood in perfect order. It has been curing blood and skin diseases for half a century = 1 t'i
t government will be Soon after the rescue of General Baden- ; no other medicine can show such a record.S. .. i t
Powell from Mafeking he received at S S. S. contains no poisonous minerals-is purely vegetable and harmless.Our .
I possibly with reduced
a majority.The least twelve offers of marriage: from singleor medical department is in charge of physicians of large experience in treating, : ,

j party in power i is well organized widowed women in Englandwho were blood and skin diseases,who will take pleasure in aiding by their advice and direction all .. i ;

;. and confident of success, while the opposition desirous of partners. Two or three of them who desire it. Write fully and freely about your case; your letters are held in strictest

11 i is torn by factional disputes.The realized confidence. We make no charge whatever for this s rvice. Our book on Blood and ;.1
I that they would not be the only
Conservative party no longer possesses who made offers and Skin Diseases will be sent free upon application. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA, CA. '-f!;
telegraphed '
; .. the compact, strong .
him in order to get their offers in first. ,
which enabled it to win flvo of the
seven elections that have taken place Ex-Secretary of War Alger is said to be'engaged !' '
This is the season when mothers are 't!
t,' since the confederation. Since the in hook of his political i
alarmed] on account of croup; it is quickly / writing a j
death of the ;great Conservative; Sir cured by One Minute Cough/ Cure, which reminiscences. It is safe to say that he i,

3 John A. MacDonald, his party has children like to take, Wilson & Son knows a great many things that would !

:. been without a strong leader. Sir prove highly interesting reading; but :|1 ,

., Charles Tuppor i is generally! consideredits Mrs. Potter Palmer has bought several whether he will write them is another j l N

head but he i is old. arrogant of manner paintings/ while in Paris. These are mostly matter. i iEditor's f \?. OA.f :1i

short of temper and without personal by modern French artists and will decorate --- : i
magnetism. The only other Plight. /Jf A .
the dining room of Mrs. Palmer's *e
prominent Con,:orvativo is the son ofSir Chicago house. F. Higgins','a (Ill.Xewp, ,
//; /j j I
John. Mr. Hugh John ItlcI>onalt1. was afflicted for years with piles that no : -Vrd f k4'Nn 1I
doctor or remedy helped until he triell j
Although lie has his father's personal
:Mrs. Thomas Riddleman Parshallville
Bncklen's Arnica Salve. lIe write two !
appearance, ho docs not possess either Mich., writes: "I was troubled with salt
boxes! wholly cured him. It's the surest.i 4 4r
his personal popularity or \his political rheum over thirteen years; had tried a pile cure on earth and the best salve in !

ability. Altogether, the Canadian Conservative number of doctors without relief. ;My( the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 23c j

.. j party is in a bad way. either husband; bought a box of Banner :Salve, Sold by 15. II. Wil.-on: & Son, druggi; ; :-ts. 5 r, n.i r rl 1 r
for a lender or for Mime definite issn which I apohed two or three times and I i
hands began to get better. In a !short I
upon which to make a good tight. ny / Xo other pills can equal DjWitt' Lit- !
time they were entirely cured. B. R.
L. While the opposition is thus weakened Wilson &Son. tie Early Risers for promptness, certainty

the Liberals are fortunate in possessing and efficiency, Wilson & Son ;" .

: in Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the ,I
present ,
Dr. J. W. Feeley professor of physicsand
.;} premier and head of the government Professor! Robert Latta, the well-known | I
geology in Wells College Aurora
a leader who is probably the metaphysician and lecturer in logic and \
N.Y.has been appointed acting president
most )popular man in all Canada. His philosophy in the University of St. An- : I
ill the place of Dr. W.K. Waters, recently
personal magnetism, his brilliant abil drew, has been appointed to the chair of j

t' ity as speaker: and the worth of the I resigned. moral philosophy in the Univeisity ofj I

--r That Throbbing Headache Aberdeen.The ____,_ i t V

Would quickly leave von if you jsed best method of cleansing; the liver j TR.I-'VVEER.LY: SAJLING-S: i

Dr. King's New Life Pifis. Thousands of is the use of the famous little pills known ,: ____KKTWEKXJACKSONVILLE __. _
sufferers have proved their matchless merit as De-Witt's Little Early Risers, easy to !
for sick and nervous headaches. They take, never gripe, Wilson & Sou.

f make pure blood and strong nerves and I Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.

I + t mild up your health.' Easy to take. Try ANOTHER WOKDTO T UK I,A I)IKS. ; The Finest Steamships in the! Service.
them. Only 2,) cents, money hack if not t j
cured. Sold by B. U. Wilson & Son, drug Editot of The Florida Star : i Tin: CLYIH: XKW IX(,; LI\E: AXD &OITTIIERLIAES

_1)ireet Service Between___.
gists. 5 We understand there arc still a few lad--sin '
Titnsville awl vicinity who did not take ; Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and: All Eastern Points.
Calling at Charleston both
It is announced in London that Henry advantage of our recent oftVr to send an fie- >i ways
z pint, silver-plated sugar shell absolutely free !j SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
/1 lames, the novelist, has finally decided to of charge to any married lady who simply i I SoutlilMiuul-Proin Lewis) Wharf, io-ton. NoithboundFiom foot of Catherine S,reel, Jacksonville

I, / : end his Ions: residence in that city and asked: for it; so we will renew the oiler for a CI.t'UE'S s T. JOHNS' RIV1 It LIRE.

4tSX return to this country. It i is added that short time only. We hell these shells regular-1 i I D&BARY LlXE.Itefueen .

lie will live somewhere in :Ma adm-ntts. h' at forty-five cents each. ICetail jeweler ihk i .lacksoiuille and Sa it ford,

: fifty to heventy-fhe acuity for such fIKls. '' Stopping) at I'uUtka, Astor, St. Fnim-is, Hem-funl: (IH-Lmul) ), Blue Springs, and otherinteruudiate
They are exquisitely beautiful creations in
landings on St. Johns Hi n'r.
"I have used Chamberlain's Colic, high grade silver-plate. To further advertiseour I'i
pholeru; and Diarrhoea Remedy and rind ware we will send one. postpaid, to everyparried I, Steamer "FREL)'K DKBAIiY." CIT.V.. A. Hu.\W,
it be medicine :Mr. E. S. who has is appointed to sail as follows:
to a great says ) lady not received one. This :I
Plupps, of Poteau, Ai rk.HIt l llI'elllJe of announcement should lie eutout and returnedto :i Leaves Jacksonville 3.' and Thursday! .
i bloody flux; I cannot speak too highly: of 1 us with your request. This is important.i i Leans Sanford !I a. nu, Enterprise: 9:30 a. m. }brolays,11'dnctlayS and Fridays

it." This icmedy always wins the good Also! please enclose a stamp or two to help pay I: Southhound sd'I I El)t'LE. Norlhl>')und

opinion, if not praise i of those: who use it. cost:: of mailing. II read down lead up
The which lm> in (1L Alua VAI LEY MVo Co. I Leaves 30 pm-----------------------.Tarkhonville-_____---- -.________--__Arrive 2 00 am
it I'tl'W11
quick cures Morgan and Harrison streets, Chicago. i .". S.>;> 1'111-------------------- -----1'al.itka_____--_______--__--_______Leave 8 00 pm
'. y r.:... the most severe cases, make it a favorite ____ '__n ____ 3 (::0 nut---------------------------star------------------------
t i ; e\erywhere. For sale by B. i H.Wilson & I -130 pm
ant-------------------------St. Frttcis-------------------------
It is rumored. that Dr. Adams will not 1 W pm
r alt w 1LI'IID LAUKIKK. Sou. ; --_--________--------_Uoresford! (IeLand--------------------) 12 00 n'n
[r. services ho has rendered to the Domin- resume his duties as president. of the i I <> am------------------------- Blue Springs----------------------- 11 00 am

iou all combine to make him an excellent From the way government employees Vniveisity of Wisconsin! but that Dr. : Arrives 30 a' __________u_____, -______--.Smilurtl-------------------------- 9 00 am
I 'I J\I- __ __ __ ____ "
I leader. Hi- and his right hand of high and low degree are sailing over K.A. Birge, professor of zoology and now am -- nnnh -- Enterprise---- hUnnh 9 30 am

man Joseph J Israel Tarie. the minister the country, making; political speechesand actinsr: prea-ident, \\1l1l"oon be ii.lalltdapresident. > I General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.

"t| of public: works;, are immenselypopti; aiding in the work of the Republican ; w. wAiwniTox.) T. P. A.. F. M. IIH) 'IOXHEH. JR., F. P. A.,
campaignthe. naturally surest: : it I 11tall'! *t., New York. soj West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
J larith the French-Canadian elemeiil queiy C. 1' 1.01:1.1.ot.. 1la Supt. JXO. I., JlOWAKl, Superintendent,
of the (population. !,plf'hat reason is there for their existence THE SICK ARE i: Font Hofi-in M .1ael;m'rnlville. Fla. Fad Hosan St., Jacksonville., Fla

The Coiisenatives are at los for an at all; if the force can be cut in half TIIOS I n. \LEY.. Local Freight Agent. foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla

issue, while the I.ihl'l'aleoutl'wl; that during elections, why not all the year: THEO. (}. EGEK. iei.eml 'fan l'rDI.I'. CLYDE & CO., General Agent.
round MADE WELL ChfM-hriiush ljiiildin the present greatly I and ;geneially prosperous ,

state of the country is :t sullicicnt -
TII1'l'1I10\'l' troublesome or bunion PKOFISSIOXAL
}in a And the Weak Itt"otoretl to Full CAlms
reasuii for retaining; ihein pow are Vigor I _
succeeded! in -First, soak the corn or bunion in wal'll'watt'r and Strength at the HaiuK of the Greatest ---
er.Yhcn the Liberals : :M.ATTOliXEY. routlINS.
to soften it; then pare it down as Healer of:Modern Times.

gaining control of the ;g eminent, in closely as |I'o;:,iblt",without! drawing blood ILivo you any pain or ache or fMLnc**'. AND CoUNsELOR AT LAW,

1SK! they were regarded) by the peopl" and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm I Are YOU IXM';.jour: blood tl.atitcontaii.siui-- Will practice in State and United StateJoints.
l>uritu!>? Are youu'rvou' Vo)ou Jlck *
at large; Jis an experiment( lint they twice daily; :: vigorously for five I Sink? .:nap and iic'.n-ity of i lI1d...lh1111111y1 Are ( .

\ seem to have trained) the comtidence'f minutes at each application.! A corn plaster lot.mUtionIstwreanv YflIl'L lly tirf'd!? Have.m dice at Tittnville, Florida.

, the people and their return to power is should be worn for a few days to prc- drain! c:on the, I Always cheaper I). L. JAULUKX,
, tact it from the shoe. As a general liniment system? ievcryuran per-, I II in the end than any seeds
-. f'inuiii? il< fane
probabKThe prox-r|
this election (for sprains, urui-e1-! lameness and tin luOdu-r Vi'oriis; I, that only cost half as much. I I ATTOKX E Y-AT-LA W,
issues; involved in rheumatism, Pain Balm is unequalled. 3 Are lou a IVricctlr I Tested, true to name, fresh and TJTl'HIJ.U, FLOEIDA.oituty .

\ \: are few in number. The Liberals; although For sale by B. U. Wilson A; Son. +, i Strong.UtI I lioulilij.AHiirixor Happy- i reliable. Always the bet. Ask (' judge of I5ievardx. Will practice

) elected on a platform of tariffreform :\Iln or n'oman't II _for Ferry's-take no others.t : in all the tiiuiN of the 7th judicial circuit
If in t, MiuthoUliiotcU- Write for 19MO Seed Annual.D. of Florida.
have wisely, in the eyes; of Un 11) one day U-f' conP.ill -
Mark Twain protests that lie i is by no a Fj-vcialii-t OK' to I M. FERRY A CO., .
people of the Dominion allowed that mtans the travel-loving person he is :, vwl w how the Luaian I*nly man. i i Detroit, lIieh.I Mr>CAX li. FLKTCIIKlt,
and "l" n b..k a"ci vim uiitlprtt.inatT !
issue; to be relegated; to the rear eially lepresented to be. He say gl'n-I ('r$"i La>cof n(-ak- i t xrro I:X Y-AT-LA,
the country a modified) ( ii'->' and (!h-U4' and to
have ;riven to his thiity-four long journeys thirty-two I .. \\llomIH'PfIIl-l'rtr'ilIIU'n\! \. I J u-KvjxyiLLE. FLORIDA.
has gained
protection systemhich made only because they had to bemade. : cure_ as Pimple a I -- _
were the adding of a column of fi; uroF I
approval. Their opponent I : a) Wood's Seeds. 31. GOLIIvMITII,
-i' general I r rn er )"I'HJ.NEWTON I
the Liberals have stolen The Leading 11'\1'11\\\.1,01..111011 tiic LadingsprciahWftltscountry .aTfOlt 1 EY-AT-LAW: ,
claim that - ---- I 11i I ,
I thunder and that the credit for .\ Thousand T'ugut' Gpccialist. b'tlla..IJ c' n f..r tears IItr er"eric than HOW TO GROW. TITI-SVILI.K.: FLORIDA.
their !ti.jitof! all other ? cmIH"c\IJululI"1. UJ"cln': "of all -- Prosecuting attorney for Brevard county.:
s the l.tlt'I'llprot'l'l'l'it> belongs to them. the of Annie iris in
f Could not express rapture the m.lical profe" The prohibition 1 issue may lose so'n E: :Springer: of lll'5: Howard :>:U Philadelphia. fineli.i "I'rt'a.lmtu't'n.I'<< \,\a ata,l t M Liimlet. : Bermuda Onions the t-tatc.
Dominion parliament to the Pa when she found that Dr TlaJ"'amktt'ih,11: mOl IIIlt'r 'tdl-PdIr-harnsunbl' :: --
in the ,
seats Ills services they nnclit tie made w hok I A. II. I'KVNKY,
taken some New Discovery for Consumptioi l by the'nnIf l.i-v.nMu-rfi.lfijstcnK.f treat Full information
} LiberalP.y a plebiscite King's and satisfactory.
input Wrecks of humanity hate come to him for profitably .\TT01 I-Y: -,\T-LA.W,
time ago the people' of the Dominion had completely cured"her of a hacking ron-nltiitu and mrdtclnettlul! a few month later giving; the PxtHnei.r( of nractieal proper is
Lave returned him contained m Wood's Descriptive Fall Catalog TlTl"\"J1.u! -
that for yearhad made life to in nios-t\1onushc.dlhto give FLOEIDA.
1 coiisih
ly a very snuill majority seemed to ft- many iiini tin! ir tl""iiik-. just issued. Tniitaloi; ai-o tell-: about allSeed \\ ill practice in the courts of the 7th
Al, ju-
{ vi.r policy' Hut f'rYil- a burdt'no11 lemedieand doctors Diseases I>r. Uathanavtre.'S alldi-easps. > for Fall sowing and contain much useful dicial I cimiit.
a prohibition could give her no help, but shes-ajso Cured.tlu>M) Iot.'cuhar to men and thosE1ecular and valuable information tenth for Truck- --
A frid Laurier.lio is a man of decision this rO\'all'lll'l': ''It soon removed the ( itT'Y: niiiMi>i.iti--n], Kidney; t'lOllJt'n Complaints, a' Eczema well\ as, errand Farmers: about crops that can lit' grown JAMiS.XIIHKAV.S--
action, announced that the resultof atd.IL f.,rill'uf 1.1Ii-t rir:1::11I,1 chronic di-order-. in the Fall. Cdtal OK mailed free upon request.
and pain( in my chest, and I can now sleep( Dr. 1 Write for it. ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW,
i the vote did not show conclusivelythat soundly, something; 1 can scarcely I remcin Varicocele tri'atllu'nt WSSim& : Main otli< e and address. Tibbals, Florida.

Canada waI'l'ally; for prohibition her doing: before i feel( like soundinj Stricture.Strwtnrl'Witvntlheadnfktnfc or c.n.ter' !i ilii-nomendl.. ThE : T, W WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, Olhce at Fort PierceFla.., upon the 2nd and

J declined to allow the system; to be its prai, throughout the tIIli'l'l'l''l:: : ) nit",:t t" treat.d hytin n.efhod at hi)!' Linn h01D1ltl. : nth Fridays each month
:tu \\ '.Hit NI1 or lo'of tune from IoU"IIII'-->-. This Ie Notary Public, Mate: at Larse.
'* adopted. How \\lIIlYotl'I'S were alienated will e\eiyone who tries* Dr. King'i New "o"it..lthl'only treatment wLirh cures! with out aninention I --, ,
Pr Il'i'hamivealls tie.'articcar FOK III> -. ---- "
of the throatchest attention
t by his decision} will not be defi- Hi"I'\'I'r\ antroubit of Miffererfrmn! Varicocele and Stricture torvres10and F. J. WEBB,
S. He or lungs. Price )4):1u1 S1.: Trial : : 31 of his newhtxkwhich\\iIIl Rids t for opening;! a third daso; road running ATfOIN
t nitely known until after fn'e'at B. K. Wil-on & Sm'sdru,!.. _' Case sent free on application. from the p"itit'inure the Ean Gallic load EY-AT-LAW,
in thewestern very Every taken by Pr, TlTl1'\"IJ.u.
is not so personally popular ease! Hathaway !leaver New Il.ixen avenue to the north In- FLORIDA.
bottle guaranteed.: ;5 Specially i" pecialv! treated
.' part of Canada as he is in theeast store. Every Pa'ureallundcrhi general persona dim field, iucludinj! the nuwstry bridgesand Will pnutneiu the courts of the 7th judicial -
T rea t e. !' innandallremPdiPSnsPlby fills as the rna.l babeen laid out and ,circuit.TWT .
e but as the latter section contains Tear him are prepared from the pnre'-t and I.e.t drugs In dtelared public Will be acpt"d by the chairman - ----- .-. --- ,
it confidently Forever Fifty his own lalmratones under his personal oversight, I). I., ()OJ-=O\
of the voters may "uJJlr.Ji,.i"u'rs
; the majority Svitrp has been and all from special prescriptions of Liown. of the hoard of r-oiinty on :
i', be predicted that he will again MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING ir millions of mother- Dr. Hathaway makes no charge for consul* or lw>forp 12 o VWk: lIt oNm Nov 7th, 190n. G
fifty ve.irs )
need for over LOW tation or advice, either at hill office or bj
f receive a vote of confidence from a majority sneers for their Itt-oothe'-children, the while child.tee'hlnsj.ottena, with the perfect Sum", Fees.mail fee corers,and when an co a!:t case of medicines i?taken the and one professional low To PArENT Good Ideas j Dentist.Office .

. of the people of the Dominion. allay all pdin,cure** wind colic, and Is the best services may be secured by at residence, first door south of the
It will relieve the
Johns_A._WILKISSOS little remedy sufferer for Diarrhoea.Immediately sold by Druggist poor J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. our aid. Address, county jail. Only first class work,
I are no In every part of the world- Twenty.nve centsa Dr. Hathaway &('0., THE PAOSNT RECORD, at greatly reduced\ prices.
. New Jersey and Pennsylvania bottle. Be sure and ask for ")lrti. Wins 25 Bryan !Street uvannah, Ga Baltimore, Md.
' longer included in the enemy's conrtry.fil low's Soothlne Syrup and take no other kind 31F.TIOTlllS 1'Al'FU WIlES WRITIXG. I Subticrlp lon to The Patent Ret ,1OOperannum. TITUS VI LLE, FLOIJIIU7t ,

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COCOA" BUSINESS DIRECTORY. George Chapman has returned'. ._,' frond 'I : MELBOURNE'BUSIXESS DIKECTOKYv I
W L. HUGHLETT. M. D., L.DANIEL, Petosk'y;-"Mich., where he has been for MELBOURNE STATE'BANKapitaljl' :--,- '0"'UA8D:1 UR'EW'S J

D. D. S.--Offices over ,The Indian River the summer, and will be at Rockledjre ...400 J.H. Phillips president; ILl'...Branch;
Drug Co'g *** fcasbaer. :The only bank on thw lower : .
stores,the leading Drugestablish-. ,for the_ winter.,,,. 4Te dyer: I
/--P1 landthgpiDeappleregionofBrevardconflty.EAU .
meat of the Indian river country /f '. t : j
''has. and J
bnntng season opened,' .
s. F..TRAVIS; & CO.. Exclusive Wholesale Messrs.,jGeorge' Hatch,.R land and John OALL1E. BUSINESS" DIRECTORY. The warning t' .
Grocers,carry the largest stock of General Chancy are\ ff long J hung in the HODGSON '0' is the faithful SEND 1011CATALOGUE. ,, ""- 'c
on ;
; Merchandise on' the Vast Boast: Florida.. o .a BROTHERS Dry Goods,,SKp cough LEGAL -
r !Can meet all vompetition. Write for prices. Lakes Poinsett and Winder region. Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware;'Pipe and 9; sentinel. It tells -
fittings, Clothing, Paints and Oils, Grocer
.. S. H. Peck has returned from of the 'approach ofconsumption
t WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Em. Petosky ieg. Marine railway, steamer for charter. THE'
i where i he has been managing the N w;.
: h"lmf.r. Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup- ? N. &W. B. DREW
'''plies. Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing Arlington. His'family, came with ;him. EAU OALLIE. which has killed COMPANY,

; JOe Steam Every Cooker.Description. Agent .Beveridge" The work of getting The Plaza ready for Rev. Stuart Martin was* in Eau Gallie more' people B LA NUS

the season will be pushed. Sunday. ,than war and JACKSONVILLE,

FRAN WPP-Practical Shoemaker Forty .fi.A.JOSH. _
:' years experience; all kind'of repairing ,BANYAN.J. public school: Jias over thirty .pupils : pestilence com'I'I .
done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's. 'o'n the roll. bined. It tells I
Fries was looking at our roads i
shoes made order.
to recently.The Miss Mozel Williams returned to Mel- of painfulchests II' N.C. STOCKTON, President '
THE TBAFFOED BAKERY.FirstqualityBread bourne Friday. 'l sore I I THOMAS P. DENHASI, Cashier,
made of high grade flour,sent to any fishermen complain of too much I JAMES D. BAKER,' Ass't. Cashier. -
address;also never-failing home-made yeast wind and rain for their calling. Mrs. Frank Houston returned to Sebastian lungs weak

;', cakes. Ice Cream every Saturday.GO Saturday.The throats, bron-
Invitations are out for a Halloween National Bank of
J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable chitis, and pneu
TO party at Miss Kate Frink's, Bonaventure. launch Grand Rapids will! be put,
fresh and reliable goods
Store for good, into commission monia. Do not
such as Dry Goods, Saddlery Crockery, This pencil pusher is toQ busy planting Tuesday.Dr. suffer another
} Hats,Trunks and a' full line of Groceries. fighting skeets and fishing to chase Peek, of Melbourne, was calling on
y day. It's useless, the State of Florida.
JARVIS HOUSE-open all the year round. items. friends in Eau Gallie Sunday. for there a .

Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront Henry Howard, representing a. dry Miss Jennie Miller spent Saturday, and
and '
terms by
Rates$2.00 day,special prompt
t the week or month. goods house in Jacksonville, was here Sunday with her parents Melbourne, cure. It isAYtrs CAPITAL $100,000.00. !
last week. 1
Captain Bennett's new boat, Baby
r t'-'Y FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Porson Paddison anchored in Banyan Rochester, will be ready for launching in Designated depository of the State of Florida -
and of the City of Jacksonville. Solicits I
Sunday. His yacht is much improvedby :
'C. P. PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. a few days. accounts of all classes and offers every facility
, Calls to any point on the river promptly being enlarged.P. consistent with prudent banking. Recognizing -
Messrs. Max and Eugene Randall of
answered. Po t Pierce Florida. .. A. McMillan has traded for the rich the needs of that class who accumulate a .
but small island up the Banana, recently Boston, are domiciled with J. A. Gilbert fif1rr( surplus, we will allow interest on time de

: UP AND D D DOWN 'THE 1 [ [EAST 1 COAST.i I. owned by Joe Smith.In for Mr.the and winter.Mrs. Ainsworth are now settled posits.below, condensed We invite from attention our last to the official statement reportto

his answer to Filer, Kirk Munrne the honorable controller of the currency:
for the winter in their toralwhich 1
cozy cottage PC
.d Brief Mention of Minor Matters Occurring left the bars! down in itemizing. He on Houston street. CONDENSED i

,; .jJ at Our Neighboring Towns, failed to add cost of transporting: ballot

. ....,.;J", boxes from polling places to court house, J. A. Gilbert is having his sloop, the cures fresh colds STATEMENT OF CONDITIONAt

! 1j _. COCOA. quite an item ton, in large counties like Princess, rompletely overhauled, coppered and coughs in a single close of business June 29, 1900. ,
. : the Brevard and Dade. and painted. John Houston is doting
Sams was visiting
: Snperintendent the work in Hodgson's boat yaid. night and masters chronic RESOURCES.Loans .
school! officially -on Wednesday of last
, : GRANT.Joe coughs and bronchitis ina
: week. The launch Hell, Eugene S. Randall, and dicoumits253,084.19

: John Powers and of Orlando, Brown made a flying visit to Melbourne of Hi stop, owner, i is::; in the waters of Eau short time. Consumption United States bonds_______________ 101,000.00
J party Saturday, returning same day. Gal He river. This vessel! has is surely and cer- Premium on U. S bonds__________ 3,4 x.87
last with another drove of an ago
arrived Friday
Bonds stacks and securities_______ 145,089.72 J
.. cattle. Miss Cain, of Homeland, is visitinir her vapor machine, and is very fast. tainly prevented, and Banking house furniture and Fix., 44.417.62

Captain William Jarvis came np from friend, Mrs. R. T. Smith, of East Grant, Twenty-seven hundred |bounds of troutat cured, too, if taken in Other real estate owned---------_ 6,700.00 (
this week. Cash and Due from other banks___ 186824.12 f
West Palm Beach by last Sunday's train one haul was the catch of one partyof time.A

.. and returned Monday. M. c. Jones, Jr., of Titusville, was in our fishermen last week. This is considered 25c. bottle for a fresh $660,591.12--

; George Chester and Fred Black, of City town Tuesday distributing ballot boxes. one of the best catches of trout cold; 50c. size for older
He left Wednesday for Malabar. alone this colds $l size for LIABILITIES.
e Pointwere visitors to our burl last Saturday -I season.: ; chronic

business bent. John Miller and crew, who have been Chris Hoehr twice coughsand consumption. Capital stock ------------_________100.000.00
-A. on fishing at this left was stunt bv Surplus and profits_______________ 23,70893
for II
Last week's hunting party to the Lake place, Tuesday stingrays this week. By the prompt use I always keep a bottle of Aver's Circulating notes______-____-:___'-_ 100,000.00
Winder section jrot back Friday without Eden in his sloop, the Maud Miller, for of tobacco to the wounds all bad efforts every Cherry time Pectoral I get cold on hand.1 take: a Then littleof Dividends: uncalled for____________ 200.00

adventure or venison the purpose of mending his nets. seem to have disappeared, and he was it and I am better at once." Deposits.------------ __________ 431.682.59
JAMES O. lU'Qron,
Philip :McIntyre, a veteran of the Civil able to continue his duties. Oct.19,1898. El Paso;,Texas.t 660591.52
: H. P. Shares received lat Saturday two
war, passed through here Saturday on Messrs. E. S. Randall and J. A.
:: fine looking horses: by freight for use in Write the Doctor. If yon have any
his to Miami. his
During in
way stay with Engineer Kitchell on hoard, tooka complaint whatever and desire the
1 14. .' the New Ilockledge hotel. Grant he stopped with our genial merchant run Melbourne and return Tuesday best freely.medial AddressDr. advice, write tJ a Doctor EAST COAST MEAT ?MARKET

'" Mrs. S.W. O'Brien, who has been visiting L Jorgensen.The mi :\1 r. Randall's launch, Hell. The .J.C.AYES,Lowell,Maa;;.

,t relatives here for several days, returned telegraph office, which has beenin vessel is now in first-cla order and G. F DUREN Agent

k] is to her Daytona home last Friday. operation at this place for i a week, is decked out with all her bunting. She i>

) Gus L. Johnson came in on last Sun stew lily progressing under the able a beautiful picture of marine architecture.MKLIJOUKXK. .

, day's train and spent the night with relatives management of our opt.'l'ator11':: Mor ANKONA.Mrs. Florida

:)i r' 'Ii taking :Monday's train back to his I ressey, of Savannah '
\\ Walker and two children and ,
, business at Seabreeze. Weare very sorry to note that Mrs L. Win. Keifer, of Wabasso, was in town
" ,' 'have gone on a visit t<> her mother, Miss
K. Smith has been
on the sick list! for \resternIellts
f Monday.C.
f Mrs. D.W. Wallace and son, George L Miller, at Orlando E
of Glasgow, Scotland, arrived on :Mondayof the past week, but we are now glad to T. Ankona ;
, last week to spend the winter with say that she is improving, and her ly in town McCarty on business., was recent Mr. Flies called here Sunday to take f fof

J. friends are pleased to see her around train at this point. He came up the .I '
Mrs. brother, Mitchell, of .
.i ff: :: \Va.Hare's. :\2ain. Flank Austin, of Jensen, spent a few road flour Eden with Mr. Mast drivinghis all

!1?: j :Mr Howard, who represents Wood & days of this week here visiting: friends. horse and buggy.
: John C.Jones, of Orlando, was circulating Kinds.
',' among the Democrats of this vicinity Co of Jacksonville, was calling on our Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Metcalf and little After a s<>j+nrn of two or three weeksat

;..;. the latter part of last week and sucweded merchant Monday. While here he stopped George returned to Palm! llewhIolllay.. this place .Mrs. E. K. Pratt, formerly

;? in capturing every voter with whom he at. the Jorgensen: Inn, which i is kept Frank Gautier, of Crescent City, spent :i resident here, andnsterof i Mrs. Tancre, Titusville, Florida. t

t came in contact. open all the year by the popular proprietress Sunday in town, the guest of the McJJriile !left for Miami to epend two months with

't Joe Wilkinson, the aforetime champion Miss Laura Jorgensen. House.Editor her son, L. L. I)odge.:

Miss Carrie Jorgensen, one of (irant's
bicyclist of this community, but now a BOBBINSQRAHAM
E. I).
Oslin arrived in
successful truck grower of Dade county, brightest! young ladies, is!: studying telegraphy town Feelings of safety pervade the house-

came up last Saturday on a visit to relatives under 31 r. :Morressey. She expects Tuesday from Southern Pines, X. C., returning bold that uses One Minute Cough Cure,
home yesterday.E. the only harmless remedy! that produces &
j and friends here. to complete her studies in about
immediate 1'1'::11 It!'. It i is infallible forrtrhs
too months, and then she will accept S. Bender went up the line the CO.
Our next representative in the state + : colds, croup\ and all throat and I
the at this other day and returned with fine hunting
as operator place. a
legislature, K.B.Haulerson,of Fort Pierce, lung troubles, it will prevent roiiMimp- (Incorporated. Paid up Capital 2500000.)
John Benson of dog, which he has bought, as hedon't lion, Wils-on k Son.STOCK I.
was a visitor here last :Monday and Tuesday one our popular young '
f attending to business and discussing men, left Friday evening; for White Cityon believe in hunting without a good This company owns lands
dog in the Indian River Coun-
Hflairs with his to-be constituents. a visit to his father and sister. Aftera ; I'OU SALK.

short visit he returned Sunday: much I Last 'fut'8tlay1i88: Lee and sister, Mrs. The following stock is olli'red for sale l hy the try, on the St. Lucie Iliver,

Geo. II. Chapman, of Petoskey, Mich., to the joy of his friend, who supposedthat E.: I. Ix-e, of MellxHirne H'aehH'I'C in owner at very low price it'taken at once: at New River, and on Biscayne -
the painter, who has spent several I win- One mare and line roll, colt three months
lie had gone to make his. home in town railing on friends: and then went Bay.
,ters here, arrived last Sunday to try another 1)111. ;thus bloo White City. north to l>aytona to spend a few weeks colt. one year old. St'i;(0; one stallion colt
winter in this gtodly climate. lie is PRICES TO S11'I"1'IITIMINGS.scud '.
Mrs.: P. Nelson, who has been visitingin ; with friend sixteen months old $3.: om uir-year-old
eloquent in commendation of William mare broken to hanu'NS all+l lIltlll', 87o; onepair
Jennings Bryan and thinks he will win. Miami since last Tuesday, returned E. P. Lnuich now owns that beautiful ( ofuwlesaud wagon, &J25; : one pair of for land list.OFFICKS .

L Saturday. She expressed: herself a. having piece of property) formerly known as the heavy mules and wngon, $230; : one mule, $7S.1; I AT .
A wagon load of people and their effects had a pleasant time, and Lelll'eI'Y 15a st'tt place, Malabar, where he is at guaranteed for all work and gentle: one yokeof TITUSVILLE ANn MIAMI
; passing through town Wednesday morning much pleased with that place. Although I cattle and wagon $73: three hundred head
present making some improvements and .
I ;
of hogs in good+ lIlIll'r,$100 ----
was an object of interest to n any. A she had spent a week in :Miami: when
] ,
spending a good part of his time. n'e Also the following; Tl'all'statl' : House and
man, his wife and three children were on she: arrived home she said: "There's no expect before long to see a fine lot loc-ited near Titll ,'ilIl" ten :acres Iin0, ( : CHAS. ,CAIUWEU: 'jA
their way from the vicinity of.St. Augustine place like Grant. there. twenty acres: pine land part orange grove, I
to make a home in Dade county near fifty hearing trees. $:>00: forty acres of hammock i
Miami.S. : and orange grove on sime: ?MX': house FEW
STU.tUT. and lot in North Miami. $.')(11). II
II. Peck and family arrived by last M. 11. Johns visited Miami Saturday, [ For further particulars! inquire at oraddrexs

Monday's train and were met and entertained BIOOdD returning Monday.: X. care STAR otHC('. Titusville. Fla. ___ I will have an opportunity

by relatives here, who were prepared ; to inspect: a lint I assortment
to greet them. Mr. Peck is the proprietor \Ve live j E. Stypman was up to Fort Pierce one C.A.STOEt.J.A. of seasonable:;

of the well known Plaza hotel at by our blood,and on day last week on bur-mess. Bears tie the iad You Have Always Bought! i j

Jxockledge and is here to put that popular .t.1'e thrive or starve, as j Our little town ha been quite dull for Signature Y 11 4-- I FALL

hostelry"apple-pie" order for the coining our blood is rich or poor. Several weather.days on account of such bad of frIA{ : NOVELTIESin


The damage done last Tuesday by two There is nothing else to live Regardless of the recent wind and rain t'laUtmCIlOm .IN. i )lr<'., ( ;ioods., such as

I runaways was not at all proportionate to on or by.11'lien. pineapple sheds continue to go up HEAL IvSTATK.: IXSl' t\Xl'E. i Venetians. Crcpotis, Sat-

the excitement. In fact, they were: not is full rapidly. COLLECTIONS, in- olt'iI, Poplin, etc., on f
strength and i
in the ordinary acceptanceof salt
the term, for the horses just galloped spirits high, we are being ix- in The few East Coast Fish: C>. will open up Stenography Typewriting. I
a days if the
water in St. Lucre
along with a wagon attached to each, fresh ed, bone muscle and brain, iver is not too fresh. NOTARY I'rnur. TITUSVILLE, FLA. THIS WEEK. .

struck nothing and were topped withouta .
break, disarrangement or loss of any in body and mind, with con Itev. Line commenced protracted services (; M. RORCIN-, F. A. )[np.<;AN, Will you be one?

kind whatever.Mrs. tinual flow of rich }Jblood. : here Sunday, but on account of bad President.BREVARD Actuary.KO. DRY GOODS SHOES FURNITURE
weather ,
discontinued them
This is health. Monday. I
A. J. Russell, of Jacksonville ._--------._---'. _. -' -. .. .---'.'---._ 'flTr"l.u
ow of the lamented state superintendentof When weak, in low spirits, The holiness band visited us one day ;, FLA. I
last: week expecting\ to remain few Abstract of Title :
public instruction and prominent freemason cheer a days,
no when
spring rest
was here several days the latter but, as we have no vacant houses, they .__V ',' ._ __ -. .' ,.-._-- --
part of last week soliciting subscriptionsfor is not rest and sleep is not were compelled to return to Jensen. The MIMS'BOARDING

her book, the "Life of Major A.: J. sleep, we are starved ; our bloodis male members are assisting Mr. Van- COMPANYI i I

Piussell and also in attendance upon the landingham, who is picking up the cargoof Will furnish aMracts of title I Ifill'
there is little nutriment :
poor cedar
special missionary service at the M. K, in it. inlet. timber wrecked near Jupiter lalltl- ill Unvard couuty. I 'J
afternoon. OFFICE UN KK LAW OFFK'K OF j j ,
church, South, on Sunday
Back of the blood, is food : The engine for Mr. Dansforth's new GEO. M. KOBISl.iS\ TITUSVILLE, FLA.FOK Titusville, Fla.

KOCKLKDGE. to the blood rich. When launch has just arrived, and within a few 1
keep ..... ..... ;
Mrs. J. E. Better has been quite ill for days he will have her completed and M1.. C. X. MIM, .
it fails take Scott's Emulsion Proprietress
several days. ready for service in connection with his A Shave and a Hair Cat J'

of Cod Liver Oil. It sets the hotel, which he has just commenced. _. ,--.----- ------ 0000000
The work of paintin the White cot
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tages goes on, and they look very bright., : whole body going againmanwoman Mr. Dansforth will have his hotel ready -- Pleasantly! situated within <:;
for the season which will distance of !
Key. J. A. H ighes will preach at the and child.If January. open up in Carruthers' Shop fetation JTRANSIENT .

Rockledge chapel Sunday at 11 a. m. you have not tried it, send for free sample, ,,,,,Barber RATES '!
its agreeable taste will surprise 'ou. Pure Whiskey! HAUPEU Perfect Whiskey REASONABLE.Special .
Mrs. E. J. Wilson is visiting Mr. anj None but experienced wIJrk- i TITUSVILLE,
SCOTT & BOWXE, ILARPEREvery bottle 1
Mrs. S. W. O'Brien, at Daytona, for a 409-415 Pearl Street. New York. IIAKPKU.. Sold by F. A. Losley guaranteed and H, !,satisfaction men employed guaranteed and perfect........ I FL.OHIDA. weekly or .

few days. Soc. tt $l.OO; all druggir-U. L. Motlow, Titusville, Fla. I J. L. CARBVTHEBS, Proprietor. monthly rates.... ",.

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.n THETLOMDA STAR an d'pra tical1fthto\ynfonf of Bryan on Soldiers and Money. -' i !

Kinley's'cabinet'afterward, was the. One..can hardly read any of the
-.,Entered. at the postoffice at Titnsville as, word: Ingratitude-the coldest and i
I } ,-.econd-class mail matter. speeches Democracy'syoung
t cruelest word in all .languages; a noble and eloquent leader
; Ellis It. Wager Editor and Publisher. .
word upon which thousand, olives without 'thrilled his
being by marvelous POWDER.

.i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.CUBsciiPTioN .have'been wrecked. But..why logic and'empyrean consist. ,

expatiate? The heartless manner in sounHY rlJ15E
81.50 PER ANNUM; ency. .
F Y .r .'.- which he was "served up" by Mark If.THE STAR had the time and
f 75 ,CENTS FOR SIX.MONTHS.XV ( 'delicious and wholesome
Makes the food more
Hanna and his White House slave but beautiful
to -
space publish nothing
4n c '.=s Jw, Idvertitfng Rates Furnished on ought be as familiar to the read- and extracts fromthe aMmmaKWOCTCa..HEWTOBK.. '" i
a ,t'. Application. logical
ing American citizen,as the rising of truths that flow
: :
: It must be clearly understood -
if.I; ;-! THE.STAB nor its editor is responsible for of the sun. ; from, what seems to be..his Divinely Florida Pine in_ Demand.Mr. Howl, Teddy, Howl.

$ '.. opinions.expressed by correspondents. inspired tonguewe could easily filla H.C. Morris, who is now in charge Republican arguments were answeredin

s I Subscribers will confer a: favor on' THE The Star's Predictions. paper twice this size. of the New York office for a prominent Chicago last Friday with briekspa'ingblockstin .

' r's :' ,. STAR receive if their they will paper.notify us of any failure to The states carried by Bryan in Fine examples may be had in lumber company in this state, has just cansmallets, rotten vegetables,. ;w_,.
{ his speeches at Dover, Del., and made a trip down the eastt coast as far as chunks of bread and. tale I eggs. "Lik f
= 1 Communications: on live topics, especially 1896 cover three-fourths of the area for '
Jensen. In speaking the demand produces like, and "tilings equal to the .
New York last week. Dover
solicited. But the editor city
i of local interest are
I : reserves the right to condense them to suit of the United States. This was the of volunteersfor lumber in the east, Mr. M. said that the same thing are equal to each other"- ;

: ,F Brief: items of neighborhood news always fruit of Bryan's effort with four supplied a company mills of his company in this state cannot sound propositions in ature, geometry !t:

.1 o : : desired. great national tickets in the field; the Cuban war, and Mr Bryan begin to turn out the lumber that is now politics and moral Sure! A "prosperity"" i

r kr '-',< viz: American Democrats National said in this connection: on the order books in the New York of- (?) wagon sent out for a "heart-to-heart" '.r;' ;

For President: and, I never learned to love volunteer as fice. Pine lumber is in great demand and talk with the furnace factory employees, ;,:

WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN. Democrats, Populists Republi I learned to love him when I came in the same may l he said of our hard wood was the center of the riot in which 5001 .

'. For Vice President: cans. Think of this, fellow Demo- I contact with him in the Spanish war. I Prices have been good all the year and men participated. Two speakers were : .

cratswhen discussing the probabilities believe that this nation can rest upon the the outlook is as bright as a year ago. painfully injured, a negro quartette sent '
1 of our party's success this year volunteers. I found down in Florida a out was put to flight and the wagon was

is. t, For Congress-Second District: with only two great tickets in the regiment from this state. I got acquainted Agnew's Daughter Married. given rough treatment. About 1,000 men

I l ROBERT W. DAVIS. field. The Democratic party is as with the New Jersey boys at that time, J. Carstens, of Ocala, was married on attended the meeting. Trouble began a

r, \ For Governor perfectly united today in every and I believe you had a company from the 23d nit, in Elizabeth, Ky., to Miss few minutes after the first speaker was-
this town. I remember them because introduced. Somebody threw a brick. A
NINGS. Drucilia Agnew E. W. Agnew -
; WILLIAM: S. JE state in the Union as at time a .
1 any whenever I went into their camp they Ocala's notorious ex-banker. Mr. moment later somsone else threw a paving
%''i: j, I :IV For State Officers: since its birth. joined in three cheers. Carstens:: is a well-known phosphate broker block and then it seemed that every-

C trL, I t The entire Democratic state ticket. After the election next Tuesday, Cheers followed this remark, and who went to Ocala several, years ago body in the crowd was throwing some-

V' r t For Senator-Thirteenth District: the American Democracy can once Mr. said from Hamburg, Germany, and has made thing. The melee lasted: fully ten minutes- :
l continuing, Bryan :
h t } E. N. DIMICK. more ring in the old.familiar shout many friends by his gentlemanly bearing, when a patrol wagon full of policemen.
f I knew from the circumstance of the and the bride has host of friends who arrived and scattered: the belligerents.It .
! l ,Ir I For representative: of..- "flip snlifl south", -for-- Kentucky a ,
r cheering at the time that there were love her for her gracious manners and
. 1 K. B. R tULERSON.f and Maryland are as sure to go Democrats there. I have confidencein i
i 'J f \ some sweet disposition. The newlyweddedpair is well to know that DeWitt's Wftch-
f ; For County Officers: Democratic as the people live to those who when the
r t- (. people fight country will make Ocala their home. Hazel Salve will heal a burn and stop the

I r ;j' The full Democratic county ticket. make them so. needs fighters, and go back to work pain at once. It will cure eczema and

. f' I Not a single state in the west, and work when the country needs workers. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.Editor skin diseases and ugly wounds and sores.
. ,* ,i! carried in 169G will be lost this I believe we can rely upon the citi It is a certain cure lor piles, counterfeitsmay -
f:* l OUR last appeal : Vote for Jack- zt zen-soldier we do not want or need a STAK.I be offered you, see that you get the

i r sonville! year; because in the west, the Pop- great; standing army, and if the Republicans wish to call the attention of the good original DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve

;:-f. I i ow -- -- ulist party is generally a ruling come to the soldier and tell him the Democrats of Brevard county to the candidacy Wilson & Son.

t VOTE the straight Democratic factor, and Bryan carried the west- Republican party is the only protector of of lIon. Robert A.- Hardee for
conllui!' inIwr. lIe the
Vi' states with divided the soldier, I want the soldier to remember county Commissioner and Administrator's Sale.
ern a party.
ticket from top to bottom, or you county in the Florida legislature in 1873,
. 4 be allowed to vote in the This year the Populists have no that they do not pay big pensions and was for several terms county commissioner Under and by virtue of an order issued out
will not where there is of the court of the county judge, in and for
J a large standing army. so that he is familiar with
ticket in the field have very
they endorsed -
) y Democratic primary. ; Whenever this nation begins to rely upona the duties of commissioner. He has always Brevard county Florida we will sell at pub-
and Stevenson and lic auction in front of the court house door '
Bryan great standing army, it will neglect the given satisfaction and dischargedall
; at Titusville, Florida, to the highest and best
t EVERY 'otefor St, Augustine is who but such a cormorant and volunteer; whenever a trust magnate has his duties as an officer in a manner to bidder for cash, during the legal hours of ,

for Tallahassee for slave-driver as Mark Hanna, can to choose between supporting a big army please| the people. He is in the race for sale, upon the first Monday of December,
; one-half vote ; and liberal he will the good of the county and to make good 1900, the same being the third day of said
7 f: I. there are only two logical can- show so much brazenness, imbecility paying pension, support road*. He i is one of our oldest citizens, month, all the right, title and interest of

: didates in the field Jacksonville and turpitude as to question the the big army and let the pensioner! knows all the people of the county, their John H. Harris, deceased, in and to the lands
' : j0. If a foreign nation should send its wants and wishes and will do his utmostto lying in Brevard county, Florida, and de-
: for ? '
r result moment
? one scribed as follows
} and Tallahassee. Comprehende fleet to attack of would :
us, everyone you manage the finances: so as to keep downall
k f But to go furtherand as if to add be> willing to take his gun and fight until needless expense:; and at the same time Five acres square in the northeast corner of

; E infinite to the rising sun; the invader driven out. But will!! be and good roads the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter
"CiioosE ye, this day, whom ye splendor ; was a foreign progressive give us of section 24, township 23, south range 3.> ,
will sen',,". If empire be right, vote of the struggling Democracy, it idea is invading us; an idea that will de- and educational facilities. He will east; all of the north 250 feet of lot 2. section !
Democrat stroy the principles of government, as we je the right man in the right place anti 7, township 31, south range 39 east,containing
the heart of
{i. for the Republican party and em- does every true have understood them an idea that will every Ienioerathould lay abide pivju- seven and three-fourths acres, and all that i

if a republic be right, vote for good to know that the good, ; dire: and give him his vote at the prima- land described as follows; to-wit: I
,: pire; old Hoosier state-the state of Tur- convert a republic into an empire.In nitries XII\'j.lmh..r It._. .1.).r-\l01'11..-.... ...'.T.. Beginning: on the weitsliure. of- the u.AtlsmtiV... ..v I
the Democratic party and a repute ocean, at the intersection thereof with the
in New York I
lie. pie, Voorhees and Hendricks-has a speech City south boundary of a certain tract deeded to
,. Saturday night, he said: Weekly Weather Keport.IT. .fohnMcAllister, consisting ofulOe acres, em-
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conceded the Democratic
f. : been to bracing between parallel hues all the north

THERE ought not to by a single party by the Republicans themselves If the Republicans tell me the Demo, S. DEPARTMENT OF USRICULTURE WEATHER part of lot known as number one, section 2S,

', vote anywhere on the east coast for clear of 18,00y cratic Germans left the party to save the BUREAU. township :3f. south range 39 east, original sur.
by a vey, extending thence southward along said
= Tallahassee for that town has gold standard, I reply: They have come west Atlantic shore
;'T' ; vote Comparative statement of temperatures to north boundary of land
{ whatever commend it. back to save the Declaration Independ and rainfall for the week ending TuesdayOct. in slid lot number one deeded to F.31. JaekSUII. -
nothing With the thoughts in mintl.Wlj ence. I have made no attempt to conceal 39, !!)lOt(}. guardian fur Howard M. Jackson; thence
I'' to the sober and intelligent voter tabulate our prediction: nv ,view on the money que-tion. I 1!Ion 1699! wtsterly along slid north boundary to east
shore of Indian river thence
and of South Florida. DAnAX. MISMAX. MIN.Oct ; northerly along
I tax-payer FOR BIn-A wonltl he unworthy of your confidence, 2t 53 it; N) 73 !iid east shore to section line, and along said
J I unworthy of your biippoit for any office, 2;). SI HI! "4) 72 section line to intersection with above described -

.: I I AMERICAN Democracy expects Alabama, 11 ; Arkansas: ,. s; If my opinions) should be changed to suit 21>. ,S. 73 .i I) lit!) McAllister south boundary; thence
2i. 53 iO SO 73: easterly along said McAllister south
Colorado, 4; Fl rich, 4; an occasion or to win a \ote. If I would ..
do his all to of
: every man to duty. Drop 2.,. 79 70 1'0 74 point beginning: containing ten (10)
i work for a!short tillie next Tuesday, Georgia, 1:;; Idaho, ,{; urrender my convictions the money .". 2I.! H fi"i is 7.;. acres, more or le-s, and being part and parcelof
ndiana, 1": ; K.insisLouUiana: 10; question:: I might surrender them on the 30. tit HI! iti 63; said lot number one of section twenty-eight
fellow Democrats to the polls Total rainfall for the week. indies. township thirty, south of
; go Kentucky, 13; S; trust question! or on impcriuIKm' aftergut I I 2 47 range thirty-nine
Departure from the normal rainfall for tht east, original turvey.
and cast the straight, party ticket; Maryland, S; Iil"sissippi, 1); to be president i ; but while my view week, plus 03: inch.Departimfioin JOIN HENRY,

help us to purge ourselves of the Missouri, 17; Montana, .'5; are known on the money question, I be- norinil rainfall since Jan. Commissioner

disgrace and humiliation of four Nebraska, S; Nevada, o; itAethat question of government are ht, 11)1)0, minus 2. ; North Carolina 11 South )), kotaI HAL P. HARDIX, Sheriff :llldl'X-uflido administrator of
; \ ; more impoitunt than questions of money.believe
: years ago. Do this and we can all Observer; Weather l>uieau. the estate John H- Harris. I
South Carolina, U); Tennessee 12; I it H more important that we Jupiter Fla., O<'t. 30. 1900. Titu'willl', Fla., Nov. 2nd, 1900.
in the of
freely "join song sweet ac Texas, 13; Utah, :3; hould have a republic' than any particular -

cord"-the triumphant !song: of the Virginia, 12; WashintolJI; ; kind of money standard. \I'I

Democratic jubilee. Total, :207. DO YOU GET UP : INISTRATOR'SNOTICE.' .
I Notice is hereby given that ,
on the 26th
Furl SALt day
i I FOR )Id\I: UY. IIf April, 1001! or as soon thereafter as I can be

i' DEMOCRATS, let .us warn you! California, S 9); Ountvticut, (Ii i; All or part of Dale Cottage; Place, \Vwtmile WITH A LAME BACK ? i heard, I will apply to the county judge of15reard
0. Otterbein University is boated county for final
"When vote for Jacksonville a settlement of my
you Iowa, 13: ; Maine, G; in the town of We terdill', 0. Ottei- Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. accounts and my discharge as administrator ,
you vote to move the state capital, Mabsacliusetts,13; Michigan, 14; n-in is* noted and acknowledged to Ill' one of tbe estate of John Hc'therington.!

; and your vote will offset two Totes Minnesota, !H; New Hampshire! ; of the best and mn!-t thorough: institutionsof Almost everybody who reads the news- Oct. 2(5(A.;, 1900 C. DITTMAE, Administrator I

for Ocala and St. Augustine collectively New Jersey, W>; Ninth Dakota, 'J; learning in the country. \Vester\illy is papers is sure to know of the wonderful .
l r Oregon, 4; Pennsylvania, olJ; owtetl in the heart of the agricultural district !- cures made by Dr.Kilmer's ----
versa.if vote for iL-J;
I ; you Rhode Island, 4; Vermont, 4; ; it is a modern up-to date town of Swamp-Root, FLORJDA

t > 1 r either of the latter it will tike two Wisconsin, 12; Wyoming, 3I'utal,148; nearly :>ono( ) inhabitants; 12 mile! from I'l the great kidney, liver ,

i / votes for Jacksonville to offset the capital city of Ohio, and connected ; and bladder remedy.It .
I with Columbus! both by steam and Cll.C.tric It is the
.I 1 :! yoursand the inevitable result: will H.\'tI!: N AIILY Uounri' ur.. cars at short inh'l'.liof: one hour in cal triumph great of the medi-nineteenth
i t ,; be: The state capital will never be winter and twenty minutes in summer, discovered State
(Vlawaii-, .:; Illinois, 24; century; College
I moved. Ponder this fact giving one all the d\mtares of the city I after
thoroughly II of
New York :36;( Ohio 23
I ; ; with none of its ai.n yin:, f'atu"t'It i is: t 6 Ul scientific research
I we entreat one and all. Rest Virginia, 6. Total, 92. h;hh'tl by electricity. The citizens arc of i Dr. Kilmer, the emi-by

Necessary to a choice, 24. he cottage class! and in every way is nent kidney and blad-

The inspectors of the Democraticprimaries It is in the e fh'ctates that Western a modern. and- .mo-t.deniable --......... der sp ecialist and t U* tP
place! for homes- and educating: the youuir) wonderfully successful iinp romptly; I AGRICULTURE
will have unrestrictedright : I curing
; an the battle i i- raging fiercest. The Dale Cottage Place consists! of eleven lame back, kidney bladder, uric acid trou-

to challenge howsoever! they little state of Delaware will not be acres fronting the university ground on bles and Bright's Disease which Is the worst

{: please: and also the power to prevent worth much to either party. A the south, and right in the heaitofVt- form of kidney trouble.Dr. "D MECHANIC ARTS
I erville. The will of
owner dispose a
poi Kilmer's Swamp-Root is
of whom not rec-
: i anyone voting they leading citizen of South Florida, ion rather than all at a l figure; low enough ommended everything but if you have kid-

may have any doubt as to being a who was in New York at this time to induce people' desiring; melt advantages ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found I: At Lake City.

.I 1 straight and honest Democrat. Take of year in ISlHi, and has just re- to make it an object. just the remedy you need. It has been tested 1
For further information; address: in so in hospital work in t The fall term will
notice who before many ways private begin
pleaseall parade turned from there I
ye : the
i.l- PL.
says Ih : Corr\.K \I't, practice> among the helpless too poor to pur- September 18th.
the people with a Democratic are now directly reversed to Box ;of), Wteterville, Ohio. chase relief and has proved so successful in ::

\ cloak over a cunning Republican what they were four years ago; that -- -- -- every case that a special arrangement has Tuition FREE to Florida students '

heart If you do not want to be New urk'cote will for Bryan Notice of I.e\y and !Sale. been made by which all readers of this paper Board very small.low, and all other exl't'Des -
go who have not already tried it, may have a
; lllIuiliattdatHi contemptuously Ex-Senator Camden, who bolted Under and hy virtue of an execution issued sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book I t
out of the circuit in and for Brtvard I A COMPLETE
; spurned, do not attempt to vote in; the ticket in 1890. and ex-Senator county, cause therein pending telling more about Swamp-Root and how to I stenography and in bookkeeping telegraphy -
wherein Kate Frink is and find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.i for -
the about
primary. Faulkner, who was on the national $1*, besides
William (J. Frink. as administrator of the e-;- When writing mention reading this generous ward, one jear.Footer.
--- campaign committee that year, tate of Catherine Stewart deceased is defendant offer in this paper and :

have worked with born I hare levied upon and will fell at public send address to.. Hall
JOHN SHERMAN "played politics"for a courage your ,": : 15:; ,
auction in front of the court Louse do<>r at Dr. ; for
all it was worth; he left an estate of desperation to redeem West Vir- 'itnsville. }Florida during the legal hours Ilf hamton Kllmer&Co"Bmg'N', N. Y. The "". .. ll ll"," _, I will young be ready.women,

It is their efforts have sale upon the first Monday in December, A.D.
valued at 2,500,00)). not giniaand
every regular fifty cent and Home of
1900, the same being the 3d d iy of the month, Swamp-Root. Send for
. every public oflicial that can do semblance of ultimate success. Illinois to the highest: and best bidder for cash, the dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists catalague tow. F.
YOCUM, President .
following lands and tenements of Cath rineSt'wart
i that. But let us draw the mantle of and Ohio are extremely doubtful deceased, in the hands of said -- -- --

: charity over all this and consider a but the latter leans very strongly William G. Frink, as administrator of the .A. Bon.a
iUte of Catherine deceased Fide
Mew art to-wit-
living issue concerning two men toward theJDemocrats. [f Mayor All those tracts of land lying in Brevard Salary

who are prominent before the peo- Jones, of Toledo, is able to control .county. Florida and described as follows: $12 Weedily-.

ple. The one thought which was his following, as he claimsthe state Lots of the one and northeast two and quarter the southwest in section quarter :2f-, I Men and women to appoint agents and represent(
travel! others for local *
forever uppermost in the great will go Democratic by a good ma- township So.south of range 36 east,containing 0.1 work. *l weekly salary and expend
I 103 acres, more or less, and all the riparian house, pleasant! permanent position.,
J3nerman's mind after being"duped" \'. Bryan can win with either advancement and inerea. of rapid
: rights belonging to the said land except one e wages. Write at once.
A (that's the word ) into New York, Ohio or Illinois; while acre in the northeast corner of said above- Address ,
described Lot one. J. P. BROWX. BUTLER &
leaving the United States senate, McKinley will ne 11 them all. l1'2.hv Sheriff Brevard (' Dept E. 'EW HAVEX, Coss.ej.ii .

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.. .. 1 NEW FOREIGN' DIPLOMAT I j}'hen he received the present'ep: P9.! j ,public.*! f"- :San'Safiadoras',! '" _a"_new'" 'mh-<- ;- ,

.....".".'.. ..'' ,'-';-:-,,.,-_.-.. -,"..-.... .. : T went'Tie"was minister oTforefgnthe Ister,In the 'person'of Senor Don Rafael TF1oridaEat1cstTR: : :$
f. "
They' Come $tfafri'at"Tokycr.-H has-'been bne"of : Zaldivar;.a formerpresident of.tnafre-; .t,;, i
Mainly .
.. Prom the Orient And most successful diplomatists upon public. Peru also-sends a new man. t. 1 1 i

| 4 '-", ,.South:Amerl<-:*, .whom 'W overnmeltt'pa4ever con Senor Manuel AlVarez :Calderon.. a
.ers SOUTH BOUND'(Bead Down In Effect Sept. ,'19X\' (Bead Up)'NORTH: BOUND. t }
Special efl
wrrespS'ndence ofTile fIra and become
; ...... .,. .. Florid Scat! p t pov : j. has wealthy business man 'who has 11
"' -- \1 edAtfth great dlstinetioli!in the ['prominent in, Peruvian affairs. 'ir2: NOon N No..M Nail No.S2INo.12 Tj' {
Qi "
; ,. oct. uO.-Tle' .. Daily Daily Dai 7 No. 28. STATIOYS., No. 2S. Da1ly Dally 1
;. of the l members 0f the ..r cbnduct, -'bf estate affairs:at home :"as :I .For, .the., ,first"J time, ._ in .its. history- .Uruguay ,... m... ex1iu:: ,eJ: Su M t .j', ':;
foreigriniS '
; ''
turns from "" :-- a road.Jpth .-- has established diplomatic..relations >9"4.m..... ...... 40iPluOO<..Jackson ......... 1-ii ii-ii:::: j : :1
their 103
summer outings and,. Takahira 0 ...... 51ip U lOa Ar..,.... St. Augustine ....Lv 8'2)p 906a ...... t ..-.l
: and : with the United with Dr. ;
the coniiiig! of several new -1JinUf .Mjalster: : Mme I States '- ...... 3'Lp 1l1)6lT..S AuQiunne, ;.....:Ar 6I5p 90a.,0 i. .
with their .' bfvebeen prominent social factorswherever : Joan Cuestas, a son of the president of ..,. 551p 1149a .., .,.....Hast1Dn.i..L1' J'Op .... .. :' ,t j
cttacbft} and families. mark .. .... 1'06 Ar..East SUa ..,.... 0 '
!hgj* Bled and they the' republic, as its' first minister pleni .... i -'- 81'p Palatka.525p- p; Q, >-
the bcsInfiliig.tot' : b&stn ? -trill \ Lave : a1atka..Lv St1Kp 145& ....... "'"' ';
unusually brilliant: donitlest'akethe same positlonJn i potentiary. He ,was born in 18(58 in t4 ...... :')pit_4t& Lv....... ..Palatka. ..... ....At 5-5p 835a. "' -.tQ lm s
sr; .ia 0 .
] : son. iplonmtle'elrces ,sqciety here. Mme Takablra comes'ofa Montevideo and was educated ,at the .. -...... 7S5p .-.... A r..........anMateo.... .....Lv .-. .., 6tia (..... 9r. td: 103 f J.
:: lu tI1JcJ" rlof'the .titled- family, ,and waseJtica"led at : .r.'versity of that 'city which-conferred \ 0 .".n.. .... 6 55a Lv.........San Mateo. ......s1r 7 Sip _.. _u ...... p 4 PAfo18 ..
European -
legations: there 'h'i'bet': !} of tile him laws. r ..._ 615p 1213p: Lv....... East Palatka..Ar 3 1) g lOa ....., P" a '
very. fe\C changes since last one best schools for young women upon the degree' of doctor of a 4 ...... 742p 126p ...........Onnond..Lv .J a.p 6.2a ...... 0 0
> winter.out In .T pan,- established and conducted : ,Senor' Cnestris has served his countryin Q u m ...... 155p 137p" ..........Daytona.......... nIp 631a !..... 0 i3in / tII: !
from some ether quarters of th- after and r.= d...... Slp) Hip 1& .........Part Orange... ...... SUp 621a... i" "
globe come a number of western- models. She was mar several Important capacities W w" 500& 2IOp .....:.New Smyrna.,...... S'"i.. 600a 2 asp 0 PA ,'
tists 1l1'w'tJIIoma. ried to Mr, Takahira in 183,. shortly was for a number of years governor, of M 8 d 853a .8..16p .2233p ............Oak Hilt....:;:..... SOOp ..,.., a ::S"-' .
and their hotisehoids. This i is 'especially oioC 00 631a...... seep ..........Titusville.......... 125p ...... IMp!: p' :S ,
after ,her education .was finished antJslnce tbe province of Cerro, Largo. lIe I Is -. ...... ...... 1. .... .
noted in the Q) p,.. 339p .. ...Cify Oint. .... ... ...... .... I"I. bW
representativesWhich then has been with him on all of recognized as a gentleman of culture. oioC' "' .. ..... n.... 3 46p .. ............ ...... .. ...... ...... 0- "'" eb. .
the orient sends to this: capital. his ; CIS i+ ...... ....... 300p ..........Rockledlfe.; ......:,. U 155p........ ....... t
Japan ficm which diplomatic missions.: These pro character and ability and with his colleagues ay 0 ..... ...... 4:!Up.. ..........Eau Galtie.......... .............. td: aq trj :
country comes anew longed visits to foreign countries have from other South and Central 1 w ...... ...... 129p ..........Melbourne.......... .. lOOp .. ... ...... C tit IiP
minister is perhaps more closely =i a2. ...... ....... 5Wp ...........Roseland........... 126p............. so 0
enabled of
Mme. Tukahaa to become ac- American republics is assured cordial .... .. ... ... ... ..... .. .. i
allied to the western p .. 5 ... Sebastian .. I:! 22p.: ...... ..... Or ,+ Uo :
wo: Id and takes recognition in the oiScial and social == 3 ....... ...... .5p If ........ StFortLucie.Pierce........... II 1133/\ ...... ...... =:s >
more kindly to occidental civilization .. Qt --..-. ------ 805p .1 ......... ......... 11 a ...... ...... -- mE y
than the ether nations! of life of this capital. 0 ...... ...... 6Up: ........... Tibbal .. ........ a' 11 U4a ...... ...... : LAH
the far east. SAMUEL UBBARn. .............. 6311' Of .............Eden./. Il00a..... ...... O. 1
and its legation here is naturally: more "P'I' .. ...... ..... 635p .. ............ Je nsen .......... 10 5aa ...... ....... iC
prominent, at least in social :- ''=: '. .. 'I... ) ...... ...... 6.5p ............Stuart.. ......... 11)i5a.............. .Z" .
a way. Robbed the Grave.A o ...... ...... 1Ip If .........Robe :SOund........ ,' 14a. ..... ...... = 'fiJ2'""
than those of its oriental neighbors.Of a .. ............. 72p ........West Jupiter........ Qa ... .........
startling incident of which Mr. John Cd.. ............. If ......west Palm 6&ch...... .. \\10 *a ...... ......
course Just at this time the Chinese -. Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the subject, .a. ...... ...... .88'rp .......... Boynton .......... 0.:a ...... ...... Q. ."
legation is the center of more is narrated him follows "I was ....... ...... 83t3p ......... .. Delray ...... s 5ia ..... ...... K '
diplomatic < : by as : t12 t12 .. ............ 9 ,p ......Fort Lauderdale...... II 801'ra ..... ...... '
interest than that of any : in a most drl'atlfllll'Ondition. My skin W ... ........... .0117pOBp ........ .Lemon City.... .. .. P ;
other country of the orient or of the '" .... was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue ...... .. .... w15u Ar..Miami. L'\ 7a---------------- -
world, for that matter. j1. coated, pain continually in back and Buffett Parlor Cars on Trains *) and <3.

The Japanese legation I is regarded; as! : sides: no appetite gradually growing Between Jacksonville. Pablo Beach and Maynort.

one of the most popular and bust administered i. :.: weaker day by day. Three physicianshad No.: iISo.' i0.t' NO b Nu.18N'o.5: .
legations; !Washington.. given'meup. fortunately a friend Sun Daily Daily STATION8. Do.lail Daily) Sun ,
; advised trying'Electric Hitters,' and to only I only ex etSu. :,eaSulonly .'.1

though it is one of the youngest.; Tin- my great joy and surprise, the first bottle 6301) 'IMp ;> 15a Lv. ............ .. .Ja<'k..u>nville.. .. ...... Ar'-j 4ia-' Swp:tit ...... .. 163Sp i
first envoy from Japan visited this goviifr z made decided I 2USp 5a8p. 82::;a Ar. ............Jacksonville ......... ...Lvi .737a. 4522p1 15 2p ...... f
a improvement. continued .051) 'J..tJoJIJ,,- Ii'P.. 8"' ..... .. ........ .....P. bl D"a("h. ..... ...,. 10a 4a'Pj ...... .
their nee for three weeks, and am 7aop 3000 Oani 915a ..,... .Mayport .. . .. ... II $4,5a 40Jppl 525p.. ...... ;
7 ___.__ ,_" ,.
now a well man. 1 know they saved my '
, life, and robbed the grave of nother'k': Between New Smyrna and Orange! Between Titusville and Sanford. "

tim." Xo one should fail to try them. City Junction. Xo.1t :;'fATiO S. NoU q

I Only 50 cents, guaranteed, at B. R. Wilson No.1.I STAT10S.: 'waLv.; ......... Tiravile..Ar 12.5p t
& Son's drug; store. 5 a_, ;d.v.. ..... .. T.'U'tm hm1,rna.. . .. ..- ----;)- I ............ >L.. ....,......Lv 1122p43fip 1 t
{ .. ........... ........ '
;! ....... .Lake Helen.. ......Lv 5.p( 8 as .Ostt't'n. 1157& .
I II + .. .. Orange City........ I524p 85i If ..........Enterprii.. ....... 1135a ,
II I WANTED-Active man of g<*hl characterto &MI" ...OraUlZe L'ily Jun'tion. Slap 93.aAr .. ...... .Sanfvrd. . ... ... 11003 '

____ I deliver and cvlleit in Floiitlafor old established All train between New Smyrna. and Orange AU trams between 'l1tusnUe and Sanford f
u : manufacturing wholesale house. City Junction daily except Sunday gaily 'XI't'pt Hund.\y. i

Photo Chnedinat. l $!)00 a year, sure pay. lloni'nty more than These'l'lme'fablei sao,v the times at which trams may bf exTject-ol toarnve and depvrl J
by Washington. experience required. Our reference any From the soreral stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not guaraa
1, PHYA PRASIODHI.qualnted bank in any rity Enclose -addressed teed nor does the Company hold itself rerfpouMble for any decay or amy consequences ana :I
i stamped envelope. Manufacturers, third ng therefrom.
iitJd with their languages and their floor Dearborn St. Chicago. f'
r 334 ,
eope! and the experience she has hall Peninsular and Occidental S. 5. Co. .

in European capitals will be of advantage OASTOR.A.Bears .
to her here. She speaks English Have Always BoughtALKE'S .
slightly, but converses:: in French as cti HAVANA LINE.' Ij

fluently as in her native tongue and -.1-- Leave Miami Tuesdays. ... .........11.0) p. Ul.rrve Key West \Vednc.slays.....11.03 a. m. j
I of Leave Key feat Wednesdays ...... 8.30 p. m. Arrive Havana Thnrslays ........ 5.00 a. m. i
las, of coarse adopted European dress. Leave Havana Thursdays... ........10.4J a. m. Arrive Key wet Thursdays....... 5.3J p. m. i
Mine. Takahira is i a decidedly handsome Leave Keir W !st 'fhuI':4l ays......... 6.SU p. m. Arrive Miami Fridays. .,. .. ....... 6.30a.m.

woman even from the occidental I
point of view which differs materially t
I Leave Miami Fridays............. .11.00 p. m. Arrive Key Wet Saturdays.......11.00 a. m.
regarding the beauty of women from Leave KeY \Vet -un'hy....... .30 D. m. Arrive Miami Mondays .. .......... 6.3-1 a. m.
that of the orient. Her complexion has ...:Angers for Havana can naive Miami Fridays 11..>> p. m arriving :Key West Saturdaysu : .
that tinge ami softness for which Japanese xn a. m., and remain in Key wet un'il :OJ p. m. Sunday following:: and at that time lear
on the steamship "Oli\"t t1t!," arriving Havana Monday morning.For i
women are famous her eyes are
of local time card address any Agent.
i large and expressive and her wealth of copy

glossy black hair is worn In the prevailing i 1i 1

style, brushed back from a pretty I I I II

brow. Her most attractive feature, ,
Photo Clinedlnst -
by : Washington.
however is the vivacious expression J
and the quick responsiveness one notesin '

only -10 years ago; and it I h her face when she is conversing.Mine. ... .QTIME

scarcely 30 years since the famous talented: q6.-
I Takahira. as well as her SOUTHERN
treaty linking embassy, with Mr. I'. husband will undoubtedly ll'eQ' popular TRADE MARK_ a -TO -
Iwakura its arrived in Wash
at head 1870
in Washington; society. V/ASHlfiGTON
The diplomatic intercoursethen
ington. Siam has also sent a new minister in BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA
I established between the United ,
1 the person of 1'hya rrasiddhi. who is a
Ctates and Japan has never been interrupted NEW YORK
J noted statesman of his country. lIe h I ,
and the relations have been +
a lawyer by profession and I is:: said to CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE,
:1 I of the most cordial character. The
: be a very scholarly gentleman. He is
mikado's government has sent to this LIVE OAKWHISKEY ATLANTA,
a native of Bangkok; and was educated
the dower of Its statesmen ami
schools l'ranr. He BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS
there and in of entered ,

j which rarely the indeed United has States any nation has diplo with the military: service of his country f' CHATTANOOGA,

and was appointed military: attacheof R A I l W Y

matic men of relations higher intelligence been represented and ;greater by the Siamese legation in Paris, wherehe I h ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY,

remained several years, studying; themilitary
and West.
capacity or more pleasing social quali And all Points East
and languages
tactics teaming; the -
ties.! That Japan's latest representative SOFTENED BY ACE.
of E tll'o Pl't the expirationof

Kogoro; Takahira will prove no his service there he made an extended I CJ NO OTHER LINESERVICE AFFORDS t)
exception to this rule all who have met tour through; England, the United Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition, :: LIKE THIS.

him I are fully convinced..Mr. I .

Takahira. with his wife and suit Is the best and purest
month ,
arrived in Washington: a or so

I Rye Whiskey sold Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.


Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.


CINCINNATI, U. S. A. Via Jesup.

; 'Jrders mailed to our head office will be

Raye ,.2 tilled from our nearest accredited distributor, THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS,

.y Via Jesup.

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4 4 a 3* Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room

> ; Grower of OruiV e ami gripe Fruit Tu-es, Sleeping Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Cars.

Both Buddt'il and Grafted on Sour
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: a .. Change and Rough, Florida.To Lemon .Knots.Ocklawalia Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, 0.,

via Asheville, N.C., and Knoxville, through "THE LAND OF THE SKY."
our patrons and thoM'contemplating lint
ing orange; grapefruit and lemon groveson
the east roit : Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operatedin

W wish to alllwunl' that our grafted and Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
a a ;: budded trees: promise fair to be much bitter

than ever before, and we would urge them
h; place their orders for trees before the fall SUMMER EXCURSION T.CKETSatVery low Rates on Sale JuH 1 to Sept 30,1 900

rush and ill that way be sure of pitting exactly -

what they want both a* to rand For rates, schedules :Information, call on or address

'. variety.We w. T.-. CO- -RY- .. TPA...
have a full line of orange mid grape- 212 West
Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla.
Photo by CliiunHrfet! Washington.JUAN fruit trees including Walters., ben, MuishSeedless
Jocylen. Triumph and FloridaSeedling J. M. CULP.Tratlie W. A. TURK s. II. IIAUDWICK,

CtlhsTAs. Grapefruit: Pirsion Brown Homo- Mnnager, t CII, I'as Agt., \1!*t. Gen. PA-". Agt.,

? States and Canada for the purpose; ofimestimating S.HS-I. Pineapple. Seedier Majorca. ..Jalr.l.i tl'aautgtt'n, II. C. \\a..h111ton. n a ':'::- ta. (la.
i Ruby economic and social questions : Vim. Taper, Ilbind. Tr-:liU' and ,ford's

and upon his leturn to Slain lie Mediterranean Oranges, and for novelties ,
\\as made go\eriur of the province of have the Tangerine) Satsuma Kunquat, ---

( Korat. \\here he into practical up Washington Navel and Mandarin Urangev I .
s Our trees wi I be ready delivery by tin

5 ._-w.- -t.,..+,..-. elation many of the methods he had first of September, but we advice: November : and Truck Growers w/LL SA CONEY MAKE 8r aUYiNO
I I observed on his western travels, building and December planting, as trees planted at c _

Photo by Clineilinst W hington. railroads improved highways and that time are in the best imssible condition c

mn! : TAKA1I1KA. irrigation and transportation canals being It will perfectly pay you wait for our stock, as it c c

through his province and ablbhiuija is mostly on ;5 year old stock, and by November c
ago; t.-ikini: pel i >os>ion of the hunl : police force and :census bureau lie will he from 5 to 7 feet tall and will << aM0 _

SlIlIil' h-irntion Imihlin on N sweetIIe Korat when appointedto caliber from 3 to 1 inch in diameter; and all c
of :
Is no stniiiicr:; in this capital. Twentythe was governor our grafted treiwill be fully branched, and
the Washington mission. more than equal to any two year bud in the
ago lie began here his iliplomatic %
years The changes In the South American state. cc
career, servlns for a number of legations have been more numerous Our graft were all cut from bearing tree, .
aud ol full of fruit first this <<
as an attache secretary and came out growth
years In the United than in any other part of the diplomatic spring. and we have sand several specimensof : G'tSE BERMi'TA OMO Seen ADD Sirs. YAI.F.NTISIt'in KFKCGKK: BRANS,
the Japanese legation corps. Bolivia which has been un fruit for exhibition to our Waiting cuv C MwHiKiS AND M I 1tr.rYI.KF.P: TOMATO. KM" Eii.

States. Subsequently he was ..TnpanVconsul : represented at this capital for two tomers. C EVERYTHING FOR THE SUMMER AND FALL GARDEN.

jji'iu-ral in New York. Froiv) will re-establish its legation with We invite correspondence and careful in : ONLY HIGH GRADE TESTED SEED OFFERED.
this position Mr. Takahira was promoted years spectionof our stock. (S3TLargest Combined Seed and !'Iiursry house in '.' South
j euor Fernando Uuachalla as miri ister. You-svcrv truly. a
to the minlsU'rslnp atThe Hague; C THE POMONA XUKKKIKS: I t Ai "Ki'3 THE GRIPPING BROS. CO..
Dr. Wilde will succeed: Dr. Merou as TIlE OCKLA W.lLXtR Ei F..:,, C AS-D EXUKL-10R KB1 \RMS.. I > !h'lClII' fre p. Jacksonville, Fla .\
and later represent bi!< govern i O. W.Conner
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? THE UUamy. whose principles are-right. If believed i 200,000 Acres in S riQ)1sD t ,':. ,' -
. in the principles enunciated>ndyractiad Jas. Pritchard ,& Son : .i

by the,Republican. party I,.would Bois News'comes' from Alabama that. the '.. 4
Citizens. Treated: to a, Symposium .... United I
oft' that way.. '.. .' ; States land office had made a .
\ : f i
. Forensic Eloquence.In mling which will give Alabama Headquarters .1
"There fa a friend of who 200,000acres
mine 18 ;'a' for. ... '" '
.,. spite of. the inclemency :-of' the ve'1.1.i ,:pious,man. He'raids all the of timber .land,, wbich has been : : .- r;' :

weather and the ,threatening, rain of denominational: papers believes there are in the undisputed possession of Florida, j

1; Saturday night, .the, opera house was Christians,otttside'of,his church:'..'but, he and on which this state has collected HARDWAREIlit ; r1

,'., crowdedto, hear Hon. John C. Jones, of thanks God he was born a Baptist, for, taxes all these years. In looking over ,

Orlandoa candidate before the Democratic otherwise, he might not have been right. official records recently, it is said, the ", '" .::", .".i-.;.. '.:-, .J''
primaries for "Some of land officials found that a.,survey of the "-- 1
, ,. prosecuting our Republican friends in .Tinware ;
are Crockery.
attorney .. .
. ,.,: the Seventh the condition. boundary line made in 1S36'showed an ., ;, < j ; i
judicial circuit; who was the same, If we will look at the "
1: guest of the Bryan and Stevenson Demo.' principles and practice of the two great error in the survey made in 1826, placingthe STOVES "i'n 'j 4

, cratic club and the principal ,speaker of parties and then chooseI cannot see how boundary line along the western bank >
of the Chattahoochee river mile fur
: the evening. This was.also the club's last any impartial, unbiased mind, governed one Boat Goods Paints and Oils
ther south than the survey:of 1826. For .
, campaign rally. Every seat in the housewas by high, moral principles, can vote the .
some unaccountable reason this latter sur- and
. filled and many were standing on the Republican ticket at the coming election. had ., : I
vey been lost sight of. The Alabama
and in the "The Republicans have for
rear. ,
years, :
officials and the land
.t'stairway' The meeting was presided over by E B. pointed the finger of scorn at the peopleof office declared employed that an the expert survey of 1836 was WOODENWARE. :

a: Wager.president of the club,who presented the South and charged them with depriving -
correct and that of 1826 erroneous. The
t A.D. Penneymayorand county judge- the negroof his ballot. Admitting land in question is a wedge-shaped tract, Write for prices. :1
electas the first for the sake of argument that the
speaker. When Mr. Penney during

ona mile wide at the Chattahoochee river TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
:f' was first asked reconstruction days the white in tti
to speak, his store of people,
t and running in a wedge shape 100 miles Box 212. ,
eloquence was at "low ebb," as he self-protection, did this, how does it con-
: westward to a point near Flomaton, Ala.a -\1
pressed it; but he seems to have trast with the action McKinley's: boss,
put total of valued
200,000 acres one- Dr. S. W. Carroll. W. K Goldsmith.
, wheels of thought into action and nerved Hanna, 'frying the fat' out of the great half a million dollars.

r himself up to the occasion, fur he made a corporate trusts and raising a mighty cor- CARROLL & GOLDSMITH Ii
ruption fund of millions of dollars ,
t-. good speech for one who does not aspire to Yon Moltke's
' to oratorical fame. Heconfined himself to I take advantage of the necessity of some Birthday.The '

f; imperialismthe trusts and the stamp tax. I I It poor voter, and thus buy the presidency? one-hundredth anniversary of the Staple and Fancy GROCERIES ;

'. Of the latter he said: This makes the corporate'trnsts the sove- birth of the great Field Marshal Von --- 1

*.." "We lick a stamp every time we write reign power and the plain people the Moltkeof Germany, was marked last Fri- Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, ,
subjects and slaves of this selfish day by Emperor William, who issued a -1,I lltUSVllle, Florida. f
|i a a deed, a mortgage, a bill of sale concen- Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware.
:S. -every paper of commercial value-and trated gieed."What general army order extolling Von Moltke, We solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to.

; : on the sixth of November we will one man can say this is right, and thanking Providence for giving the Fatherland .. --- ------- ----
\.:, and all go to the polls and join in the by votinjr the Republican ticket, endorse such a man, and expressing the

Pr-} fight for redemption and 'lick' the party this corruption? hope that the army will emulate his mar- E. L. BRADY & BRO., ,

F:' that imposed it upon us. The Democratic "Then, is it right, is it humane to buya tial virtues and thus derive strength for l

: party has today a leader ot'most consume nation of eight millions of brown men, fulfillment of the exalted and difficult i

* ',..' mate moral courasre.and I assure you that eight thousand miles from us, and, because mission assigned to it. ')Groceries Grain and Hay
if by the grace of the American people, we have the power, to cruelly ,
.', slaughter them? Is it The just taken Lake City ALL
, William Jennings Bryan is elected president right to buy a nation i census puts AND FOOD PRODUCTS.We .
of this for twenty millions of dollars and down as having a population of 4,020. If I
struggling republic.the stamptax then shoot them down? This is Republican it had just three more addedthe increasefor handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mape*' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively 1
will be repealed and a large standing in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all iiauniers. Write us for prices on
; army will become an impos ihility.tI policy, doctrine and practice. the past ten years would have been Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO.,TnrsviLLE, FLA. i
: "How can any good man endorse such one hundred per cent.
,. The speaker was greeted with liberal !

applause.John C. Jones was introduced as the wrong"All?this in the name of 'business.' We For Hoarseness. ,R. L..'n MOTLOW, }t er_ !

are told that it is a'commercial necessity.' George A. PontinsUpper Sandusky,0.,
next The
speaker. audience seemed to It i is \Ho'ng. It is commercial greed gone writes:"! have been using Foley's Honey
have become suddenly electrified. "Hur and Tar for throat and hoarsenessand
: rah for Jones!" "Twenty-five votes back mad fellowmen."I with hands. bloody in the blood of find it is sore the Lest remedy I ever FINE WINES BRANDIES WKISRIES

here for Jones!" and other such complimentary our tried. It stopped the cough immediately
,' *' shouts rent the air. cannot endorse these things by my and relieved all soreness. U.K. Wilson &
vote. The Democratic and AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
platform Son.
; practice
|p'' ;: When Mr. Jones advanced to speak order -
and its matchless leader William
'I.$ was quickly restored. Extreme: frankness characterizes at Special attention given to mail orders. TITUSVILLE AND COCOA, FLORIDA.
fi Jennings Bryan, are bitterly opposed: to
He said in
part -- -- '-
all this. least one business man of Otterville, Mo.

,:'': "Nearly twenty-five years ago, I visited "I beg of to cast He closed his store and left this notice Bond Lumbers Co.
you your vote tpmpil'e
Titusville. I 'a in ,
was stranger a strange
and for the Democratic stuck on the door: "Gone to the street
1. land.' But I found friends here-and they principlesof fair at Sedalia will be bacK when I
the Declaration of Independence." ; get On hand and Constantly Arriving,
.?| were good friends, too; and they are my sober."
The Indian River band
% friends yet. I have found the same warm contributed .LUa: BER. '
': largely to the interest of the meeting by What a Well-known Railroad :Man: Thinks
:jjl welcome here now that I found then. Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts,
|| "Everywheie I go, I am asked, 'What discoursing strains of melodyand Of Foley's Kidney Cure. "I have been Bean, Orange, Cabbage and Tomato Crates,
inspiration; and la tbnt by no means deal l with headache. I
H troubled a great
are the chances of our national leader? Brick Lime Cement Etc. i
least the of ladies lended ,
presence many was induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure
and his
read the
0 As I daily press stirring Estimates made on all building material. Our large l.oat. "Sunny South," will deliver
I attractiveness and grace to the occasion.Dr. and one bottle entirely relieved me. I
1 I k speeches and nute the wonderful enthusi- gladly recommended if to anyone, especially anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you riht.Bon.d .
4 if asm which greets him everywhere, I any
friend the train
men, Cc
among Lumber
W II. Lewis Lawrenceville Va. my : >.
$ able to give encouragement to all. who are usually similarly affected."
asked 'Will succeed?' writes: "I am using Kodol Dyspepsia' S. G. VANLAXDINGHAM, Manager,
t."I j am Bryan I George H. I Ian all, engineer on L. E. &
1 ;' say, I look to the east: and see the rising Cure in my practice among; severe < ayes W. R. R. B. K. Wilson & Son Ti'tus-vi11c. : Florid..t. ..
of indigestion and final it an admirable
I of success I look to the south and "
sun ; remedy. Many I hundreds) ofphpiciilnsel'ellfl -- --
r see the southern cros of political ealvu'K upon the use of Kodol I DyspepsiaCure C..t..L.STOn.A.Bears : U. WALKER. C. II. SWAIN ,-

.' tion; I look to the north and see the polar i in stomach t ron hlt..s. It digests i what the The Kind You H3+a Aways: B3Ught

;.Ji':' star of Democratic guidance; I look to the you eat and allows um to eat all the good Signature THE FALL DISPLAYis

.::: wet and bee no more l' but a glorious food you need, providinjr! you do not overload of ID !

r sunset when this nation parses: into i your stomach gives instant relief really for inspection. We \\\I ( i
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) and a permanent cureVilon, & :Son. have feel of
the records of history. reason to proud ti 1y.
NOTICE Of EECTION.To [ the assortment of f,
"Over in Yohma county there is a hot, t
.i factional tight Some people don't like it; POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

but I think it is a good thing.; Justus longas the Sheriff of Brevard County, of the Stateof DRY coonsrtc" .

Democrats fight among themsehes! FOIL COUNTY COMMI IOXKIJ. Florida:

'there is life in the old land yet,' and the The undeisigned i would iepectfully ask BE IT KNOWN THAT I, JOHN L. s'io\\n. The preparation. '
CP.'FORD, secretary state of the state '* to supply your needs a'
is safe but as they begin to
a soon
party ; = the of the Democraticoters of
support: of Florida, do hereby give notice that a have been made on a care -
shaw apathy, they W interest in the vital the county at the primary election! November I GKNEKAL ELECTION of unusual '!avisllnessand we '

principles:! that concern their liberty. (5, for the office of county commissioner are certain that our ottering c t, I
will li<.> held in Brevard county, state of for
I never knew a tune: \\lu-n the paitx's life for comini-Mouer's district ida, on Tuesday next succeeding the first and the prices at which we f1

was at stake that ev Demociat did not No. 1. Very respectfully, Monday in November, A. 1). 1900, the said sell will be fully appreciated\

drop every tho'i' ni >-; per-"n'il diffeienc- J. )IE IIJ-I.: Tuesday being the JOHN R. WALKER & CO., c'-,

es and stand bhoulder to >i onl ler for par- SIXTH DAY OF nn'l\(HIm, ---

ty success.:! FOIL COUNTY CMM11VSIOXKK.: For four ((4)) presidential t'l({' urs.

Of i imperiuHMn, I he s-ai.l I: I candidate For one representative of the Second congressional -
hereby announce myself as a FIRST NATIONAL BANK
"Tne great Napoleona'once:; out at for county commissumer forlis- aeventh: congress district of of the Florida United! in tatt.the". Fifty-
sea and a young; o.liivi "i III l oard tvs: trict No. ;a;, iward county, and ask the For governor of the state of Florida.

cussin.: 'Clll pi IC.' N.qokiin mid to him: support of my friends at the Democratic) i For secretary of state of the state of Florida OF ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.,
, 'Chailema, Jnliu-f Caesar and Alexander November 6th. For attorney general of the state of Florida. I

founded tu-.r empiies; but they primary, \\'. II. SlIVKI'K. For For treasurer comptroller of of the the state!state' of of Flm Florida.ilIa. Only National Bank on the Florida East Coast

were founded on blood; and aims.: The For superintendent of i oldie instruction of

humble N.i/ar.'i e a.ounded{ : an empire FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONED the tate of Florida. Solicitsrcouuts of Finns and Individuals.
and For commissioner of agriculture of the state
-his empire was he nipire of peace I hereby announce myself as a candidate -
, This of Florida. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $150,000. DEPOSITS, 350000.
. shall last unoMh ail the ages. Cot county commissioner; for district For one justice of the supreme court of the
meall that the empire of peace shall pre- No. 5, Hrevard county, and ask the support state of Florida.! J. T. 1>1i'\Il'KfF: President. J. JAMES, Vice President. G. 15. LIMXB: JR.. Cashier.
vail while the empire of blood\ and mili- For one railroad commissioner for the state
of all Democrats at the primary on DIKIXTORS :

tarism is condemned: to realms of oblivi November(;ith. J.N. WU.I.EU. of For Florida.state senator for Thirteenth senatorial J T. DI\t'KEF.! : J. JAMES: :! II. G i \ILLARI,

district of the state of Florida. J. E !xGR\JlAI, P. F. ('AIl' BA.
on."The Republican party stands today for t I ron COUNTY COMMISSION For one member of the house of representatives Fla. \:1. of II, :M. FUgler. of Garcia Vega & Careaba.Take ; .
empire founded on human blood and I of the state of Florida.
an standsfor At the solicitation of friend I announce For county judge.
force ot arm; the Democratic party I For clerk of the circuit court.
republic myself as a candidate for county For prosecuting attorney.For FIRE INSURANCE with Sciiuyler
a peace. i Your C.S'u L
The speaker was loudly applauded at I commi'-eioiier from district No. 1, and sheriff. ,
respectfully\ ask the support of the Democratic For tax assessor.
every point in his speech. I voters of Hrevaul county. For tax collector.For Agent for the Hartford, Lana, Liverpool and London and Globe,
Judge I). L. liaulden made the doing treasurer.
speech of the evening. I I ( II.\S. H. Nu'MW.FOK For county county superintendent of public in- Home, Continental, Providence & Washington, Fire

lie spoke, in part, as follows: i COUNTY COMMISSION struction.For man's Fund, and Sun Mutual.For .

"Our government is ruled by the pt o- i I For justice county of surveyor.the peace in and for the following further information, rates etc., address call on C. S. SCHUYLER. TITISVILLE. FLA...

pel, but by and through political parties. By request of my friend I hereby announce justice: districts, viz: -- ---
The two great factors are the two great myself candidate for county No. one, No. two No. three No. four No
and I commissioner of Hrevard for district five, No. six, No. seven No. eight. No. nine,
Democratic Republican county -
parties- ::\0, ten, No. eleven, No. twelve, Xo. thirteen, ICE
each setting forth certain platforms and 1 No. 1, and ask the support of my No. fourteen. No. fifteen, No. sixteen, No I 1GBICE

governed and directed by certain pl' nci- I friend at the coming primary election, seventeen No. eighteen Nor nineteen, No
Nov. 6th. twenty No. twenty-one. No. twentytwo.For .
ples." in governmentthe o i (tEn., I)). ('..\KDNEK. constable in and for the following justice AS GOOD AS THE BEST.
our I
:;oto take part districts. viz:
voter must elect. lIe is compelled by this i i ----- No. one, Xu.two, No. three, No. four, No' Manufactured at the INDIAN 1JIYEIJ ICE MAMTACTOKY, T- TprVp; ,$$

political situation to vote either the Democratic -I HUt STATE'S ATTORNEY. I five, No. six, No. seven, No. eight No.: nine, Special attention paid to packing for family use and shipped to any station on the East Coast
!' Ko.ten.. No. eleven. No. twelve No.tll1rtt'en. railroad by steamboat on Indian river.
principles. As a I hereby announce myself a candidate
or Republican Xo.: fourteen No. fifteen, No. sixteen, X general rule.most men inherit their religions : for state attorney of the Seventh judicial I seventeen, No. eighteen. No. nineteen. No

and political opinions. It is very i i circuit of Florida, and respectfully request I twenty No. twenty-one. No. twentytwo.For GEO. N. HATCH : : : :
rise above his early the support of the Democratic thftJIlt'mhers of the county hoard of ,
can ,
rare that a man instruction.The .
public ------
and look with voters of the circuit for the place, at the ----- ---
and environment
education attention of the sheriffs is called to the in
unbiased thought at his religious or po !j primary to be held on Nov. ith, lt>tk). law requiring them! to cause a notice of the Dealer, General Merchandise
: follow their JAMES 1) Ihilis. said election to be published in a newspapei ,
Usually men : --- ---- --" -- -
liticalopinions. printed in the county if there he a paper ......
in these matters: he is a if there be consisting of eyerythineasllally
early training FOR STATK ATTORNEY. in the county: no paper publUhet ROCKLEDGE
Republican simply because : in the county, they shall cause at least live kept in a FLA.
or a ------- .
Democrat !1 ::: ==
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or that he has been At the solicitation of many friendsthrouyhout copies of this notice to be posted in the most first-class general 'tor --
4 one
father was ;
his Xo manshould the circuit, I announce myself public places in the county.In c

voting that be governed way. That by is wrong.snc t.\'e8. as a candidate for state's attorney of testimony my hand whereof and I affixed have the hereunto great seal sH Send Job Printing! to The Star OfI1CeTWe

is or ought to be, a thinker. He the Seventh judicial circuit of Florida i f YiP I of the state of Florida, at Tallahas- your

". Man above prejudice and preconceived -i 1 and respertfntlly request the support of 1 '--Zlsee, the capital this the 1st day of
should rise September, A. D. 1! 00.
and i the Democrats at the primary election
ideas and look at the issues JNO. L. CRAWFORD,
principles presented by the two great I! ordered for November 6th, 1900. Secretary State. give yon Up-to Date Printing at lowest prices.

parties, and cast his vote with that party I Joss C. JONES. To J. P. Brown, Sheriff Brevard county. ,.

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..: l :i!t %GENERAL DIRECTORY. ibpr< the_days: of the civil' "-war hundredsof < (.4, a long' for time. It began: with.: a row; ;

,brave volunteers hastening to enlist down our the alleysn S
"- ;,' of :thousand little w
:. IT :.1 1.1f SOCIETIESETC.TITUSYILLE '' jitilizwl It. The poet-Longfellow- ,. Neal ,the vicinity. i took. :.a corporal. and a Ontlis not claimed Foley'sljoine '
t :. pow, Maine's "g'l'lDdold nian;'....Hichard man ant/ went:butting. around in Jbe
f' f : Jones, president; J. JI.:Dixon, treasurer; J. ,.Mansfield. the ,actor;,.inuslcians'of .dark. through streets you could reach ) Consumption
"i ... G. Bast, secretary. Meets second Wednesday such fame as Wulf Fries the cellist across pistol in hand and not knowing f and Tar will cure = ,

,.. l.. -f. night in each: month at their rooms. who took by storm Queen Victdria and 'what"moment' I 'was'going to' be potted

... f F. & A.1L-Indian River lodge, No. 90, holds other of the crowned heads of."Europe; from behind a door. and finally wound or Asthma in advanced J

:' ,; its meetings the setondtand fourth Fridayevenings Kneisel and 'On<1ricek, the violinists;; up In'a series of stuffy little rooms ,

" j. of each month at.the court house. ,Lotta Mills ,the pianist-all these and where there was a regular Donnybrookaffair it holds out such false ;

.:"'t,., t : .. A. A. Stewart W. !I.; F. A. Morgan, Secy. many others have traveled !in the going on between members ol ,stages ;. no ... ; .!:

,:.: 'I.(F ". CHURCHES.r coach. two Chinese societies., Two dead, Chi hopes but does truthfully claim to ;

;" ; 'EPISCOPAL CHURCH.--Rev'"B. Brown:; Dougherty uses the coach every dayin namen lay on the, floor, and several ,
:.- Sector.Services gathering passengers for the steam- mort' were In need of repairs. I collected .
.< second and fourth Sundays :
relief in the
comfort and
: ers flying through the "Heacu. Four always give
:: f in each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. the whole crowd after a rare
, : t' Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a. m. horses are usually required to draw it chase through rooms and alleys and.

'.; PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Rev. John A. and a familiar sight it is to see the after my corporal narrowly missed very worst cases and in the early :

".:t'.. Hughes pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m.* doubled teams straining: up hill or having his! head blown off with an an-

4 Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer charging boldly down round the bends tiquated musket. turned the prisonersover stages to effect a cure.

H, i meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. the axles creaking and groaning and a to the Japs to "question" and returned -

r. BAP1ISTCHURCH-Preachiugat fitasville collection of eager faces peering to my bailiwick to turn In.

\. second Sunday in each month,morning and through the windows. No matter bow The night was the hottest I have ever

". I evening. Prayer meetings every Wednesday much baggage the passenger has aongbe : experienced. the dogs in the wall- BANNER SALVE is a healing wonder. t
I ", eveni gat 7:00 o'clock. Sunday school
is always welcome. The broad, flat
ed tried
: every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Indianola on city to pull the blankets off
the fo-rtb Sunday; LaGrange on the firsts roof of the coach will hold innumerable my )bed, fought and snarled in the

Sunday. E. N. BELL, Pastor trunks, crates and grips besides courtyard, the cats kept up a continuous E. II. WILSON & SON. ,
a extra passengers. A ride on the high >
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performance on the roof and walls
: METHODIST CHURCH.-Rev.J. E. lickl r,
Pastor. Services first and third Sundays in front seat with Driver Dougherty is the sentries kept shooting all night, requiring -

r each mouth at 11 a. m and 7:00 p. m.; Sun something; which should not be missed investigation on my part each

day school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Ep- by those in quest of excitement. The time, and the tleas were more energetic
worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m.;
only taste of genuine 'rough riding"I Strengthens
-" Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p. than thllJa n' been for some time,
m.; Ladies Aid society meets each Wednesday ever hail was obtained there and so the "tout and scramble" left me in !
at 3:00 welcome. when after a three hour run I clambered -
.' 1. tt p. m. Everybody the morning feeling like a prodigal son
TOWN DIRECTOR to the ground I was thankful to on his way home and scarred me with I System,

f': ; be I living. flea bites from my head to my feet. I Ii
}F' ; TOWN OFFICERS. D. Penney mayor; We stalled for Parker's Point one i Brain
Many a good Caucasian life
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M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax rollector; about 10 o'clock. ; ,
1 morning
:' i C. S. Schuyler, clerk and treasurer; John been }lost here through the treacheryand I
), Henry, 'tae& or I). L. Gauldeu. F. A. Los- "Come up here with me, be said as shamming proclivities: of the Chi-

.: ley, J. M. Dixou, W. E. Knox, Jno. U. Walker I reached for the door handle. "You'llsee In common with others 1 have ; I and Nerves. '
i i t coun ilIDen. The council meets first more o* th' lay o' things." had in I '
, soni'extlerieuccs this line, bt'itig I
i Tuesday in each month. II
Immediately I to the rim of II I
J' \ sprang shot at several times from the outposts i I

.";. E COUNTY IHKECTOUY. the "in idl'" front wheel and a moment though each time from a considerable

I. .(, later was beside him. distance and
without injury but
COUNTY OFFICERS.-D. L. Gauldt n,Titus- "
F.i ; ville, county judge; M. Goldsmith, Thus "Rotter fasten this 'ere 'bout you be not long ago; I would have been ready

" ville, prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart remarked, handing me a heavy leather for the coroner had It not been for a
: J Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Woot- belt. "Fix it to th' rail, or you'll her French soldier who
,, s en,Cocoa tax assessor; E. W. llall Sharpes. mighty hard work a-stayiu here." caught a sen
:' : tax collector John Henry, Titusville man taking aim at me within :O yards
.. treasurer; J. H. Sams, Courtenay, superin Then olT we started. With a whit I while I was examining the door of a

; \ tendent public instruction; J. O. Fries, Ti of the lash the horses plunged for jossbouse where I believed a spy that 1

tusville, county surveyor J. P. Brown, Ti- ward. After crossing; the Benjaminl'in'I'lll'ic1 1 was after had taken tI
: tusyille, sheriff;; T. J. Cockshutt LaGrange, refuge. The
(' we crawled hill
;: a
\ registration officer. up steep crack of the Frenchman's rifle brought

. at a snail's nace. Rut once over the me up standing, ami I found that I had ARIANI rtINE1
COUNTY COMMISSJONERS.-J E. Walker, crest how we did go: S.wayiug: from
reported to St. Peter
: 'i Titusville,chairman; W. H.Sharpe, Sharpes; side to side we crashed over rocks: and proxy.
Jos. Mendel, LaGrange; Jno. Houston, Eau Incidentally my greatest fear withrespect
I Gallie; J. N. Waller, Ankona Regular sessions nits. Thl'u vas I thankful for the to the men in my command has

\ are held first Tuesday in each month. sturdy leather belt. Turning toward been that all the water that is used at

it" : ) COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.=J. 'M. Dixon, the driver. 1 was astonished at his apparent Tien-tsin is from the I'ei-IIo river, Xo other preparation has ever received

T j l \ Titusville; S. F. Gibus, )lel ourue, E E.Minis unconcern. With his big hide which is the sewer for about TtO Chinese so many voluntary testimonials from
1I Bonaveuture. boots braced} the much eminent people the world-famous1
I against worn cities and was full of dead bodies.In as
brake beam, the reins tightly held !in Mariaui Wine.Gives. . .. ,
consequence you can imagine that

I : COACHING G I IN MAINE.I the both sight hands of, the he seemed beautiful to care Rlue more Hill bay for apolllnaris the water we M> everything get is not as the sweet shapeof as

: t spread out below us than for the
Appetite ;
a liquid which does not come out of ,
Famous Old Vehicles of Former UaJ'IO Still horses.Suddenly.
t; a bottle has to be boiled but when alIl:1n
I in C"6. he exclaimed: "See that isery thirsty he usually forirets: Produces

t Special Corres Outlt'1 ce of The Florida Star red fox! Theie he is on that old fence or doesn't care'vbat kinds of bugs are Refreshing Sleep,

rail. Wh.tin't. we got a gun alongV"
SKDCEWR-K ME. Oct. 20.=Hie iu the water and drinks anyway, so I
; : stagecoach -
Notwithstanding; the tossing of the A Safeguard Against Mental
1. that cumbersome old vehicle of have It:;;! Jo have a few court martial- Diseases.
coach and
the mad rush
of the horses,
and I the law
as am as well as the executive -
the fifteenth century origin which
every moment to overturn I it costs $10
exactly to take a
r, ..! in improved fort jt'.ayoil! such an Important us. the seasoned stlgl'lItaIlYa cool i drink: of unboiled water. This l'OUl'H'lJl For overworked men delicate women, sickly children this

: part in solving the transportation and nervy enough: to discern the ragged been productive of the best results, healthful, invigorating and stimulating tonic has no equal

I problems In the early days of this bunch of fur several hundred feet dis however, as of the KM) men I brought
country, still holds its in this tant. He amused 1
own section was at my evident ashore
\ there is
not single
a one sick.
;i of the Pine Tree State in competition astonishment! and said.! "Waif till you UoT.EKT )1"m"n wine-sla,s full Sold by all drugsists.Kefue .
: MACMASTEK.A three times a day.
i with the! more modern inct'ieds.Sodgwlck. her been a-coachin fer ::0 OB W years substitutes. I

t although hav'ng: ;; yieldedM as I hew an that trirk'll seem like noth- Village fLuk"mitlt :X; \t
I f > '\\ to the : if in a' tall." Sick Headache
:: ou> ai:4ht the FIHKICK: II. 'I'OOMuS. :Sun'* MtV.Mr. .
F oimiipu-srtit! liuaider. ---.-.--- Is the bane or \\ hat "
t Bummer! clings: II.ILCIaekIhe'sell-known \iilajre women. is wanted : Search-L gh 1
I loyally to the stagecoach: of the ";": .1:1\1: l>o not yet c.ired if your heait trill I hit,:" blacksmith, of lirahanisville :Sullivan: ; j is tint relief alone, but relief amid rnre. I'r. ,
\: old dayi 's." Will, Ili- :st likelyou sillier" fiom !MiiligesIOM. Loyal[ Ford's Dyspepticide) cure sick
N. Y. little live
county, says: son, ( BICYCLE
i i i Kndol! IhspepMa! Curenigistshat lieadaehe for all time; makes the stoniich -
The : :
. ) townttaty.ces! HI hn, tlu! ":,': tshore years old, has always been subject torimp : I
\"l)n e:.t ai'U gi\ -s the woinout :-:tolll1I'1iJl'lf.ct right. 15. II. \\ l"'oll A :-on.
" of Eggcutti; ; lUarh fn m pars (' and so had have the attacks l-een GAS AND OIL.
( rest It i.i< the only pieparationtimwn -- -- ---.- --
hate; have feared many times that he
) that completely digists all cla.sesif : would die. We have) h:1tt"the! doctor and The "peace" in South Africaeem tobe "Every one knows our Oil Lantern."
( ., f f''ods that j :
; t. ..- "\ : ; iwhy it rims tlieorH: u'I > wrnewnatimilar that in the
medicines but L'hambei Iain's to Phil"
./ !; '. t' many ,
t .;J: ". 'c'\- ,"';'' t" ." :',;-' .' ,., c.e of !ndi'esti0n and stomach trouble! (,migli i- sole reliance.It i i in 'ad.l't' he
\. '.i '.. "" -;; ., Ketiudy now our "ppines: ( 1 enemy" continues -
po tlt'r'n'l lIin has
> ; reNe '
I : .'-. '" .1-.{..... "-f .'F"r, ... ; < : cant'' mavH' : St'ellltn di-Milve the tough and BURN5 GASH
'I' '' ""I ... '",...' taken in all : : : mucus: to \\ ill ;
"t conditions and licit victories-
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:It h by giving do < when the
1' fuqneiit :-e
J ;! ,'\ ,>... '.!;P,..,J hilt do! yon goodVM|| ,M A.: :Son.: cioupyyinntoins -
OJ '-: "1r have found that the How's I '
t"tl .... \ ; : appeare! This!
r t 1'1: -oyiiARGH-
I .r.t1I\. t''t-- I .< V,; i''! ... ". ., ( headed' I croup i cured) before it i is Celled We oiler one hundred dollarreward for

I i ." There' H no danger in divine this my ca:>c ratarrh that raunot I* cured by '
<, J' r, "l. G CMPAIGNIG A : I IN CHINA. viuuly, for it contains no opium ur other Hall's Catarrh: ('Ul....
$ ; 1 4-- ...
I {u. : "t+ 4.!"! ., ti 'I njiirioii drnu roil llIIay be given as conli F. J J. CHKXKY. & Co., I'rops. Toledo} 0. i I I
& T m vr_-iPlV>( .l'r:i 1?,'. balie gut adult. For sale 11 e. the undersigned! have kiiouti F. J. ,!
: 15 \ : .1": lentlv to a ;i" to ,
I Iii \. ', j:,. K\l:: >*Ti Mu-e$ of iu OflU-er of the American ( hl'Iitfur the last 13 \tarami believe him
I .. by l\. 1 H. Wiboll:011.:: .
E, 'i -/;. t perfectly' imtiomhle in all liiiMiie s traii'sictioii -
; : : ------- I : and Iniaiu-ully able ti
;.ila'l!> yr'i > carry out any
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.,-..;., ':"1 = { .V.j .,.-- Krne"t: :Setou-Tlioiiipson\\ibeen in- obligations made by their ti fill.
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. ':br'-l'e -' West &; Trim, wholesale! druggist%. '
: ..rC' (..rt.J 1'Irx-1slN: Sep :_: .--With some otherof vittd to deliver a coutseol lei:lines before T..letlo: O.
the allied: : a number rf societies London, Oxford,
troops our regiment has Waldin, Kinuan & Marx'in.

"\ ( lZ .. ...W. ,,;> retunie.l 10 Tieii-tsin, the base of foreiun Bll'llIinII\l1l: :; and F.diiiburgh: and will hiilesilt dnisgist i

,;;V-/1'.. I 1" ,,!" .\, "..."'_ : '.r/:--",'. "' I' military; operations in China, and "lobably go abruadearl/ next piing. Toledo! OIlall's .
'" 'Ii.1,4. : ..., : Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
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f '' mz' %' 1"--.-, ..-. statbni'd at the arsenal an.I mint. :n-titigdiieetly upon the blood and I UlUl'OUS'

? ', L. %$s'_? L____- within the walled city. The arsenalcoveis Ir.I.0)al Ford's Pyspepticide) I is acme, :MUtVu't-siif the system. l'ril'(', 75u per' Intttle.
: :.boi.t! .u acre aa.l if it c.'uulll'l'trm"'llIl'h'tl lot a mere relief for indigvst ion. ItdigeMshe Sud! i liy all druggist N. Testimonialfree..
--- food and stakes the stomach< right. Hall's Family fills are the best.
| to XI'W01'1.. would
provea II. 1 U. WiSon: tNOn.: .
vcruuMct'ld,; I
; mine. There arc abiuit
l'llt'iIll' tll the I'enjainin river. There ..:0< bulMinvs; : i-iJiiiiected! l-y little "pidowns. Save Your Money.One Our Gas Lantern surmounts
is no rtilrnil station neater than ; F. .\. :.Mann, the veteran editor of I Ira.lJ- I all dtf ff-
as the alleys:; are called which
Ellsworth.::( away to the northvanl. contain every imaginable; weapon froiii tona and I :St.Augu.tine.haformed: a pail- box Tutt's Pills will save culties heretofore common to lanterns -

\ and all inland trawl deieiul i the vp--ar and l siicl.! d (miner days: to IIl'I'--hip| with ( J.; Ackerly, and the first many dollars in doctors' bills burning acetylene.An .
of next i month will is.-ue the near Floiida
on either the staicet-oarhes! or br.ekboanls. !:-
the i.iv iiuidcrn :Maita-\i.r!I.f. :li'.t:
; The latter Uit-aiK of transpoitation :! !pouiu'.er: iapd tiring guns, with; aui-! magazine.} They willsurely cure all diseases : Innovation 1t 1I

however, are ttio eostly to IKiudul.tred I ly tln ton rf e\vry docription. of the stomach, liver or bowels. The "Wsh&one" Bracket. I

inery extensively hy the including; niiro-i..cerln: and dyna Tnttming -kin eruption: burn-: and 1

aM-ra;.:.* Maine 1 native.! .\ bu healed l b\' applying DfWitt's Witch Hal! ,
no Miiall ilii.ieiisions is eanietl! on I.I!)' I *::;n:.'t ::alt, !': :;llul h >\\.. the Chinese el I Salve, the best known cine for piles: For sick headache, dyspepsia, Bridgeport, Conn, t

stap'eoaeh lietween Sed;.wicawl! e\cr : ie li.v p'.v: tip '.-el.t! ;: I.'l'of : beware: of worthless: counteifcits.Vil: >t>nA ; 19 MURRAY STREET 4

the various towns within an easy half! a sL':: '.''.l". T'.iis; i,!:;co Could be \:,'hlh ; SHI.KCZKMA.. malaria, constipation and bilio- tr4r! Vor.a Cn.,.

day's jutn'11ry. The people of the quiet a (',:1-:1:1-. clf 1110 Mich t.ien as ours -- million :\OTU.I.. -
usness, a neonle endorse -
little! Yiti! es'f Pdue Hill Hrookllne.: ITC'IllNi! Ill":MOK. I'DII'I.I'cnau ;'" Coder
;: agaius-t at lcst ::,00It. ( (\. s and Ijy virtue of an order issued out 1
I'.lue Hill Falls. Xao.kt'a Point. Par TUTT'S Liver PILLS of f the ('oiirtot the
l'alll-.tioll with Urcat Rntain's : HH. I! P. revard County Judge iu and for !
ker's Point and Ilrooksville.!: having Ujunty on the petition uf J. P.
military contingent; l.ero i is a considerable Bottle Free tu StitlVrer. BrowlI Sht'rilrawl J

lived all their! lives away from the turmoil body t.f Indian! soldiers, every 1 ,. ,...__ .. the estate of ]U alert ex Morrow otliliotlministrator of ;
and hustle of nrl-an: : existenee. I "............. .. ...1.:" .... .... .._. ...,, .. ... -y ifw i' tn r 'fct' 1 11 it *iti'.II..r1l"":: I 'l'i t' ;" 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE the ilebtsot' said deceased deceased to pay i
\'l'll'illI:1 "lhl'jI 1.:0. tin ,'.u iivii wince .'rujitiiin-K; i ; on the :skin;ao yon feel .itiiaim,: ; 'i i'I.t' in we will on the first
remain eouti'Jit to :ro from place to Monday m November A. I). 15,00 i
:. If tIt'rhitl' \1fiC.TI"shul.w: stet in itiitiiaiiv'? 1) > srah:11idgait; "- i IUMIIHI ; between the
place in old! a half century the skin hair ur M-alp' H.mou Jr'a: l hours uf*ul sell for Bash to the highest j
con\e\ani-es should fall: across: th% prixateV foodwhile "f /< .0. I' and l" bidder the
-kiu Muanil frai-kt-d lash til'lllllll thi' :: following lands lying in
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hack and whoso leather upholstered -
it v .. being evoke'd. the food Un-\anl
: : i'rickin? pain in the akiiR.i !k 1'isnplt: '>: County Florida, to wit
interiois v 'em ahle to withstandtl.e I would! (be r thrown away and the man IiI))C pains? Sv.-i>lU>ii jointFallinj! ; hair( ,\j 1 north( 'ltill' eueiiigata point 5 chains south of the

wear and tear ('tuoscore years to would lailur than cat it: if aSikh run down? kinl'aI4'-! I -onLafiiu'vii: ; i -' south "t'st rorner of the north east i of the

I'\'UIt. was dying! : he would not drink I'lctTs.! To cure to :stay curia nkt 1 U. I li: 1; east f Iff the north west t of section 5.
township AJsouth 1
I lUilankIlloinl Halm), which maketin- ( | range 3.1 east.
po renowned of all the
most stajrefor.eluvs from a white man's canteen if white TRADE: MARKS sltuth ;; thence
: a
pure allllI' c'h. B.: I B. H. will rautthe sore rl'a-ns east 5 chains i thence
i in this noi hhoihood and pn.h- man 'was dying, the Sikh or the Pa- to: Ilt'ait.IlilJ\ oferzenla tot"p fon'\.'1'. the DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS "ortb.yh.iu.s; thence west ;5 chains to the
ably through; the whole state is the skin to became dear and! the breath iwwt. &.C. j.ou.t jnuinjrcontainiiig 2} acres more or
would Anyone sending I .
than sketch
offer him his water bottle, a and dencription may
It R 15 i i.-
splendid; two storied affair owiud h> just the uuiedyy u !have been quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
but would throw it away immediately loins) jug for. Thotuuglily tested t for 30 years. invention is probably patentable. f..inituunicatiormtrictlyconadeutial. JO.-EPU I*, I
William I oii''herty of s'dgn: 'icc.! And after and suffer from thirst himself. Our readers are advised to try l II. 15. B. For sent free. oldest I : Handbook Patents and Exllttidll j attSherif ,,( 4
it ha.s. The coach issaid I agency t'e<'urllll{ patents. the ebtattt bert)
what a history Sikh can never turn his back to an enemy salebydriiKxi-t-at ?1 per large bottle: six Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive Morrow, j
to li.iu made: its initial appearance large J bottles ((full treatment) Vii. I5e sure the tptcial notice, without charge, in the J. W, O SIl.N. '!,
on the penalty of losing caste. so tattle reads Ilutanie UKMid .
Riltu. (
tui! Hancock roads in Coinjiletclirectious Scientific 'niumixsiouer.
on county it is a .auestioii of one of three courses with each'wttie. So siitJ'erers American.A .
184S. about the time of the close of est it a trial! Iwttle given may for; PARKER'S
-Yil'tlll''uulIlI or lIt'uth-lltlt all that away Write handsomely illustrated weekly Largest cfr.
war. Men of it Address BLOOD IU 1.)1 C > culation any scienuac journal. HAIR BALSAM
the Mexican prominence ( ". Atlanta. ta.kMribe Terms, |3 3 4 4t.
makes a mighty; good fighting force. trouble and free year: four months, *L Sold: by all newsdealer. --.JUiiti tad ItaaUki the !I&r.
and state Ill'tit's ha\e IK-OII your personal nied-
in national : : | irromoiei a luuiiaat
carried \uthiu its oaken doors. i ur- Not long ago 1 spt the most uncomfortable ical advice iH'n. II. L'. B. for Nile by J. U. MUNN' & Co.3slBroadwaf, New York : Never Hair to Fails its to Youthful Restore growth.Gray

night 1 ve experiencedi. Screveu, druggiat, Titusville. i Branch Office, 625 F $Washington 1). U Cw-t. ca'p: d:<4'asel & !tatr Color taJng,
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' ,' ... Brief, Mention of What I& Going On In Mr. Forcher has .. ,;: it. buttgCs14i iC: 0Mci4'Account' of TacProceesU 'is ik* x"F
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;.: !i Send your watches for repaira! to W. M Dentists -l.e tj approaches, l; The board of countyconirion-,. ; rin

:, \Voodwafd'Titusville.: Workjnaranteed. should be.classedasJujrnQnsta' theeast itatoveba C oil ii1ing yon"ofEfeivMttal the tin special ,session, las!< af \' i i because, theyraive laughing, _! gas. i : < & activity ; carding, to- section 19lectiot; >l) s' f Nr
f'I'\ : Al Ford, of Fort Pierce, was in town a Monday, Robert (Harper' and wltejre.' l\ ; lliss ? ontinherfcr > F [getting not a Florida present,, Jot R.-: Walke.rehiU

: 4 ; ay. .the.early, part.of the week looking turned to Oak Hill, after a shorti.visitJtqrelatives ie.Fiftytive,. = i ttriat ticket." man; Mendel, II.A..Conkhng, ai4JL:

'.f after his political t 'fence)'. here. '" ,' = bthei ''stthia has 'been; Waller, commissioners ; _A* A. St wiir't;:

_George M. Robbins- was railed to West Merritt Island mad if she does from Urn place" t&sstG l :Ihe 1i I'eommit, clerk;,J..F., Brown, shen ..
' ,: 'r to1-Beach and Miami i on l legal business ,not get one little office, when she puts urj. terno F r ftw... -let arrd the only 'The,folk"winjt} 'baalnea.'i was JJt_:' .
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Monday, returning yesterday. an able man like Miot. ; ; 'a 86m&system* ?to-wit. _,'." ';"i--z-
t.: The pastor, A C. Sirdefield, will, D. Ea3tMi uisa z. Y the Individual The following J1amed_ ersoft!;were re -
Y., preach next Sabbath at Hardeeville Mrs. Wallace and her son, George,: ar, m M g -! e"him the imseeriresibnat stored, .to the registration books:;"''.: .- L
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: lasVweek JroniScotland, and are at
;:. .at 10 a. in., and at City Point at 2 p: m" her brother's, James Mitchell'and; think Mr.1 K gripe andvetaFcornnnt' A. Fee.sad:Catq i JohnaqK' : "'_

Sabbath school at City Point at 3 p. m.". of locating here. i! alternboirfeii1rsH'dftt The attention 9rthe-IJ(ward haviaheettcalled
--. to the;factthat ofr the afficialebe1;,
Frank T.Budjre returned to Miami Sunday Being a farmer, we know the' ,.rotation + the way ofr Cotspreparedap4: eealedjjp uj j&allbt xee
aetteaCeaveFarn :
E';,. ,. flf.ernoonleaving Mrs. B. here until of crops to l>e the proper 'ca ce r.Qi ] the ekctorsr'in' '''their and delivered to the inspectors .
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after election when he vtill return and ?
: ; soil, as'well asa rotation of ofeeholders''.. winter home ; lam diini: sari; all in the various precinctsrj a mtetalie: [4' ,
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Miami in launch.
take his family to the best. -thing for the people andV 1ohu. wwF e- that: 'some occurred the printing}of tenanie:'of

Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold di- C. Jones being fit for an M.C.:, "willlinake .. J !3&ShEV ,. -be."'ad6ptedtit1Eeda'not one of the (candidates for' railroad.torn-

>, vine service next Sunday in St. Marks an Al state's attorney .-***< Iitsof flint _kei negrrial missioner certified to. the board. b/ the

'.. church, Cocoa, at 10:30.a.. m., also in Teetotalism being in flower in Brevard_ rrl e and national secretary of state in. ,that, the Pain% of
t St. Gabriels church, Titusville, at 7:30p.m. I county, we have decided to vote ag we CapkSHROjis J a iota t tfeekRthis Lambert N* More is printed oasaid 001-
'. Not, 'ill by ho means lots whereas the ,"certified
,. pray for president for a gentleman from name : to/'by
. The very stormy weather has kept the wild and woolly west by the name of and p ntiag&J1e.lrt >c: 4 'one" .Ii* 'view of its the. secretary of .state is. Lambert }L -

". Capt. C. F. Fisher at the mouth of the St. Wooley as the big fellows are radical boat fQtwoor tla ; 'it-.and''really very Ware, on motion it &. ordered: that;pew''
::; .. Johns river with his cat boat for several partisans and unfit for the great office. If the fact ballots and ballot boxes be prepared,sealed

:' ," S weeks past, waiting for favorable weather our party had listened to Ben, Hill, they few_ yealf eiididafes will be voted up and sent out according to.Upl;and :
J to come down the, .coast outside. would have, corralled the independentsand at Paltu Ie =stid m=-: 4 a liot and'cipou the same that the ballot boxes containing:; the

A letter just received from Mr. L. R. won; but,.alasl,they are-"gone suck> hishotneilvd Etleiiitioi of; many will, nobrneglect'some erroneous ballots be taken Up"and returned ...;
y '. 'of the to the board. .>
Decker, who is in Pennsylvania, states ers portion
'that he has been quite ill; but not seriously *, disc charcti"wi 1tast : ;.; fe ---i luE.. > ?, On motion it wa further ordered, that

however, and we are pleased to THE WHITE. STORE.' t } tba rtiecon ressionatticket Is not the chairman wire the secretary of state .
note that he is fast convalescing.Mrs. We guarantee better goods: V A-1'i for less o'ctock, A= t. i the!4bte w'ilPrefiect: credit orb to forward election certificates and o het
than house in the county. pen. rfoar efforts as the caseSWIG supplies first express and in ease."SUch
money any ,
R. Motlow, with Master Willie *; J .. -. .. .
W. J. ORAYFORDJEN cannot we.too auigent hesei supplies cannot, be secured in time f"be..
and the baby, arrived last Friday after- > :aradelection; ;.The voters must authorized to have them printed here;

y .. noon from their summering in Tennessee EN. ; -M arid certainly it The board then, adjourned, to meet

_. much to the pleasure of )lr. Motlow.Mrs. G. E. Coon has a new wind mill.. :tThatthe voi can be.largely inr again on the 29th.. .
M. is also very glad to be' home :on'; the' of the
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Mrs. J. W. Hull has her al -
-again. new weesya
ILi gtthe preetnct committees Monday; October 29, the, board met in, .i
Mr. J. J. Haygerty, of New York City, II. millinery store. Oc'to aI*; : rectof there being little op- extra session with, afull board present. '

who will spend the winter here, arrived The new coat of paint improves' the, boys,tr r.' 'tr >ieIeared] does; pot diminish The supplies for the election having ar-;
Saturday afternoon. He stopped at Mrs. town hall greatly! ,: lchat iti 4 tauce of'retaining the' jStrength rived, the hoard filled and sealed the bal..

Minis,' until he got his neat little cottage The addition on J. 'C,, Frink's store isalmosKonipleted. ::1 lot boxes and delivered them to the sheriff

in South Titusvillerfurnisll\ ., which ,' hacki: li et.eelii, I stnay tote distributed, to. the various1':pre
.. he is now occupying.- -r _- .-' v \ ncer ely yours, cincts.: -- ,
.. brand Crescent wheel School is keeping as us'ual.-but the -
We notice a new The board then adjourned tot meetin
was shipped this week by.Ir."' E B. children do not seem quite so iioisyi.Born tt'Aa8t tri 4 n8ressionaI District regular session .on ThursdayNoverpber 8.

Wage.r, our local dealer, to Mrs. A. S. Oct. 27th, to Mr. and Mrs. Woi.Fredricksen the state'a-atto ehipja =y,'.{ ":'c'CpnmUteeBreyard; ; County ,

: Dixon, at Dixon's, near Cocoa.for the use a tine boy. Halloo, Fredj!. confld eA ( h :re.eI4 My attention being called to the.wording s

of her little girl in going to school, as she Jensen can boast of twelve new 'houses w hichlie ti,, itd a 1 I) oeratic. Electors.o of the ,above motion made by the

has over two, miles to go, making the this summer and more buildings going 4 board of county commissioners,, and ; l

wheel an absolute necessity. up. ;Thgpaator 1J, k -- oc hg l lor ida Star: printed in this week's papers, in justiceto

Major F. M. Taylor and wife and little G. E. Coon has opened a. meat market, I eyit sldrr Y MQz aunt ( the large.number of pres- the paper printing tickets. X desireto, '

Eon, Wilson, were among the arrivals Saturday I keeping wtsteru meats as well as Florida members W Mt wd ice al tlw nk eleetozs9n the general election say the mistake was not made in 'print.

cooling here directly from Hunts- meats. dischtitll a' t=;being twenty.names in the ing, but in making up the ticket., ,

': ville.Ala., where they Bpent the summer andTexegnirement that they JOHN R. WALKER, ,
John Sorensen wife and arrived
'They have rooms in Mrs. Wager's building son : school at 1aLJr1Qnsferotiia a r9njhe;ticket alphabetical, order Chairman Board Co.. Com'rs, 1
home last week Iron their trignorth
in South Titusville and expect to summer at Vi a' ,=there ia likely to be great confusion. .
much their :
improved from outing
spend the winter, as Mrs. Taylor's health The Bra ; ;|flTj "'ftot a single Democratic vote may New llockledge Addition. -. 'i {
was much improved by her stay of sever- We understand that Frank, Hub'smother l $ to Btyan'.and Stevenson, please

al months. t spring. and two sisters are visiting hint yiift notice,with the names of the Mr.. H.P. Shares, of New Ha enJGonn.,

General Leonard Wood, commander of for a few days,. the-- latter...- arriving--.'- ., .-. last'--,' a .tics presidential. electors, as fol- is now personally directing the completion :-
etrig -
Saturday.The '1ii\i tv" :' ot the annex to hIS hotel, tne new ,
the department in Cuba, arrived in St. t1.i1- r '-
Augustine Tuesday with his family, accompanied bean growers are getting.therseed | \;' > .' iJYH&'S.BI':4HDiWILLIAM Rockledge, atRockledge. The new addi-

alto by Frank Ross McCoyU. beans. Look out for beans next, bulleltns.wI'la' w bey 1t iftt& ., H.;;ELLIS. tion provides fully twenty more rooms,

S. A., and Alexander Gonzales, of Havana. spring. The seed supply appears U* be ii obtait biirtt ... ::' :: SAMUEL'J,'HILBU RN.MARTINL. many of which are furnished with private t}
heavier than usual. ? bath, making in all now about 100 rooms
These gentlemen parsed through ; WILLIAMS.
in that The'office is
popular resort. being
here Wednesday on their way to Miami, R. R Ricou & Sons "have moved, jiie i fror i { .;;,. Respectfully, entirely rearranged, giving very much
where a government ship waits to convey W L: HUGHLBTT :.
fishery to Melbourne temporarily, We ,eu : additional The assembly will
room. room ,
them to Havana. Mrs. Wood and family understand there are nut many fish;+ A1 Chain: aniBrevardCpanty'DemocraticEYecntie{ be located in the new addition and will
will remain in the Ancient City for several Ha teeltz > ; Committee..-
this section of Indian.river' this faIt., 'I, be provided with a hard wood floor especially -

weeks before going to nav nat whirh ." ,I ISUlLOU. I' /Cocoa.i,"Fla." .. October- :..4 .29., laid for dancing. The new addi-
make their future home. "
they to ., lustioitbt
propose ,, I
; dBI'lli'8 NoraTTo tion is now about ready for the plasterersand
About 80 colored and 25 white people Patillo arrived *, all, voters. When
} :Ed. Thursday. .frQin. ??=?, > its completion will be pushed forwardso
took advantage of the cheap excursionrate O teen. yet.. c"' pfy ur-tross-mark (X) before the as to be ready with. the opening of-the =

to visit: New Smyrna Sunday to at- sicklStthis j WQthe, four gentlemen named above tourist season. Mr. Shares is ably assisted l
H. M.olle has been the
on, .. _counted for
heldat rj vot will be William
tend the camp-meeting being week. : in the above work by his sonHoraceandthe
that place. A special train left here atC s Setantngs Bryan Adlai Stevenson and hotel will be under their management
o'clock and the excursionists had the W. C. Carpenter, of Titasville" \ ,., >saa ,i {marntenanceof the American repub1:13eaute again the coming season. 3

privilege of returning the same afternoonor visiting friends here last week; | ta"" vote right and vote

at daylight next morning. Many chose George Kuhl had his boatthe; S wallop;; l h-"cr Gone, Gone, Gone.

the former, because the accommodationsat hauled out last week for repairs.. l'\l: ,,,,..i/f('<:";, I I
The Holiness(?) band of irreligious nondescripts -
New Smyrna were very badly congest :Messrs. Taylor and Griffis madebusiiiesstriptoTitustille'1'uesday Beautiful Rockledge Gr ve.
ed. The attendance of the negroes; from & who have been holding loud
points between Jacksonville and Miami ; 'Wei; hid thepleasnre this week of in- carnival in nightly neurotic orgies and

was great, nearly 1,000 coming in on one Messrs. Creighton and Montgoci gry;'df i t.t ;litme grove fn Rockledge paroxysms of mundane perfection, haveat
train. Oak Hill, were in Shiloh Wednesday I : ta ,'v_ w_r.e_,T.or.G. S. Hardee. HeMs last,left, and the citizens of the north-

Misses Florence and Nellie Watton'ifof several large groves-one: : on,the riverijRockledge western part of town, whose peace baa

Needs Attention. Clifton, were visiting\ friends: here=T'tiday. ''" ," another west of the railx&d. been offended by these itinerant exhausters -

y : atRockledge,and. a.fine young grove are resting easier.
The street near the postoflice corner ,,... ,. tb
and ." -' H JSfc, x jujst'nicely.coming: into bearing back of The last revelry was held Friday night..
was in a mos unsightly disgracefulcondition Mrs. E.J. Ziy retarned lrom City'1\;; .
.Hardeeville./; will ship the,bulk of his Next, morning, they were loaded, bag,
for several days subsequent to I Friday i where .she had.bees. Q\ia l!4tu ti :
cropTthis year from his home grove, althoi baggage and babies, upon the Bond Lumber -
the rains Saturday and Monday nightsas friends. "
on from t h he will have considerable fruit atItardgegiile. scow and carried to Jensenwhere the

was also the sidewalk to the postoffice.leading To Weare sorry to learn that DtissahOlVann >. : It is a great treat to view his women will dispense their religion to the

Washington avenue into such a repulsive and brother :Johnnie. 'ha t Lbequite e. .home grove now, where he. has some, 400 people of that little village, and the men
them to
allow condition seems get to be nothing less than ill this week, :4'; grapefruit trees, most of.which arc heavily will go to Kobe Sound and assist in gathering -

unpardonable neglect, and it is as little as A certain }Q\11ga y of t his"F1aft; oil -: laden. with this fine fruit; also a large and loading cedar lumber from the '

the city council could do to put them into being attacked by atat, to 'heel liver-tom i nmGetof: mandarin and,tangerine, ,trees, Danish barque Paul, which was blown :
respectable conditioned right early chairs qnd nearly upset a tablex t k- ti ec full 9t. fruit,that the boughs be ashore and wrecked there some eight t

One two men with shovels could easily efforts to_ese pe. ..ftf; propped UP.tQ keep them, ,froth breaking' weeks ago. ,
or "i w.hile.tnost alVof the: :Mother; ,trees: in, .thegrofethaV As was noted In our last issue there are .
the evil defects in day. One of the you g,0; ;
remedy .
we saw were carrying from 193,000 feet of lumber to be gathered and_ ; i
Notice to Baptists.Editor while batchingion..hi!:place, aahgtwoilttrgpwoodtatj l' .,1- : one;''to elghtf and, ten, b4xe: of fruit, those loaded. It has been purchased by \IiW.. -

: tea liagfnga: 'single-box, .or' so .being the Bond Lumber company and will be,ships;
thW' bf iir ag'posums.'r, \r.
of The Florida Star: ;": e' 'I< W : '- &: -. '," __ yungrees planted:: ou(. 'and, budded ped to New York and Philadelphiawnere
Please do me and others the favor to "O 'T!.6aineatnet'wantdent : -_ -rthe"great freezeriOf.';J89.j. and the such lumber is in great demand. i

'., note that the F. E. C. railway will carry wliileatfieiin1. -, +>-- ,., : f r, olbera betngthe rogtored jireeSj from the

messengers to Cocoa from Osteen. ,Lake week t Tg'! pm mlamni .0, ;e 'Ift :grown odt fKutflthe,:roots, .trunks WANTED i

Helen/Titusville, Fort Pierce, Lemon City which! _'caused,' '. '- tlra1 t ; dbraaches.. R e had prtainly; n ade a Men .to ,cut cross)ties. Call or write ., ,}
and :Miami for one-and-one-fourth fares given him mach troqblev ., tiaeahgvaing andba$ baa I.a great deal of Contractor, Box 200, Roseland,. Fla, 1.

h for the round rip, to attend the Indian '''' '---''':'-''- ''--J: 1i ;h : Maid; .work done with&: the past' ; $

River Baptist\ association' i ; tickets qn sale 'Bost-0-,"""'aacWYstal"" 'S4'.F<< "", ': ,, ,_: .. 'tri1ag, l!iggxejbe ,ta : h,fives FOB SALE. 1

November 8, good to return on the 13th. Fit and Rorkttt---- .' ou! ( ;'n., r', ;. .-- ,- Lightwood poets for pineapple sheds, :i
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The church will meet visitors at Cocoa .. ,, .
boat sails a pool\tj. ; ) windbreaks and fence posts. Writefor .
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it. with ats7 Reiv\Y. .slan9in. win preach made, .;,: ..oent1. fo'rx--e, tl -, LI secial prices in car lots. Address :Rs W.
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i"y I'': C CURRENT[ l, LOC1 mOHm: school say here Mr.:COUKTKXAT.Folks Watkins is.running. a"tiptop l LATEST I NEWS AND INCIDENTS, THE Attention PRECINCT, Democrats.To COMMITTEEMEN. OF COUNTY o COMMISSIONERS'. MEETING G j ,

' :... Brief. Mention of What Is Going On In Mr. underhis Matters of Interest That Are Happening Official Account of Their Proceedings in l
Porcher. has a fine. garden GENTLEMEN
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and About Titusville. shed. Around Town. Session Last Week.
"'.',. .. il< Send watches for to W. M orange; visit As the day of election approaches, I The board of county commissioners s
; : your repair* Dentists should Geo. Wray, the piano tuner, will
be classed humorists
:Wood ward,Titusville. Work guaranteed. because as : the east coast in November.Miss take the liberty of reminding you of the met in special session last Saturday, ac- i 1
.' they give laughing gas. great importance individual activity on c.crding to section 19, election laws of r
: :: Al. Ford, of Fort }Pierce was in town a Nonie Lapham, Merritt: is visit
., Monday, Robert Harper and wife returned our part in the matter of getting ont a Florida. Present J. R. Walker, chairman - the.early part of the week look- to Oak Hill, after a short visit. to ing her friend, Mrs.S.D.Geiger, this week I full vote on the congressional ticket.I ; J. Mendel, R.A. Conkling and J. N.

; ing after his political 1 'fence;?. I relatives here. Fifty-five barrels of fish were shipped I I have no doubt that this has been Waller, commissioners; A. A. Stewart, i r

r. George M. Bobbins was railed to West :Merritt Island will be mad if she does from this place via express yesterday af !! fully! considered by all the local committees clerk; J.P. Brown, sheriff. f
': .. Palm Beach and Miami on I legal business not get one little office, when she puts up ternoon. I long before this time and the only The following business was transacted,

f Monday, returning yesterday.The an able man like Miot. Dr. G. W. Holmes has been called to thing remaining is to adopt some system to-wit:

, pastor, A. C. Sinlefield, will, D. Mrs. Wallace and her East Mims several times in a professionalway atic. method of reaching the individualvoter The following named persons were restored y #
son George: arrived -
:, V., preach next Sabbath at Hardeeville this week. and impressing upon him the importance to the registration hooks:
last week from Scotland and
are at of voting the congressional and A. ';:. Fee and Cato
.at 10 a. m., and at City Point at 2 p. m. her brother's James Mitchell and think Mr. J. 0. Walton arrived Wednesday : Johnson.
Sabbath school at City Point at 3 p. m. of here. afternoon for short visit to his brother, I i national tickets. The attention of the board having been ;
I locating Mr. C. H. Walton. Each membi o: the several committee called to the fact: that on the official bal- .
Frank T.Budge returned to Miami Sunday Being a farmer, we know the rotation I J.Smith writes us that they willleave ;< will know what is best in the way of 10lS,prepared and sealed up in ballot boxes '
Mrs. B. here until
,..0 af.ernoonleaving of crops to he the proper caper for the I Netting at the various electors in their and delivered to the inspectors of electionin 1
Pompton X. J. this week for their
will and '
afttr election when he return
. : soil, as well as a rotation of office-holders winter home in Rockledge.W. I respective precincts, and I am sure all the various precincts, a mistake had

take his family to Miami in his launch. the best thing for the people, and JohnC. R. Buie went to Palm Beach Wednesday members will agree with me that some occurred in the printing of the name of

Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine Jones being tit for an :M.C., will make systematic method should be adopted one of the candidates for railroad commissioner -
to spend a day or so taking in the
o service next Sunday in St. Marks an Al state's attorney.: sights of that section.returning yesterday. I and it that the voters do not neglect certified to the board by the 1

church, Cocoa, at 10:30: a. m., also ink Teetotalism being in flower in Brevard I I to voteth congressional and national secretary of state in that the name of ;

St. Gabriels church, Titusville, at 7:30 county, we have decided to vote ag:; we Capt. Simonson has his sloop.the Why part of the tickets.: Lambert N. :More is printed on said ballots j

p. m. pray for president for a gentleman from Not, hauled out on his ways for cleaningand ; The ticket this year will by no means whereas the name certified to by 1

The very stormy weather has kept the wild and woolly west by the name of painting. He has a splendid party he an easy one to vote, in view of its the secretary of state is Lambert M. j I

'Capt. C. F. Fisher at the mouth of the St. Wooley, as the big fellows are radical boat for two or three person great length-the ticket is really very Ware, on motion it i is ordered that new 1i

.Johns river with his cat boat for several partisans and unfit fur tne great office. If Mr. C.C. Chillingworth; after spendinga lengthy and complicated-and the fact ballots and ballot boxes be prepared, seal-

weeks past, waiting for favorable weather our party had listened to Ben. Hill, they few days on the east coast, principallyat that this year all candidates will be voted ed up and sent out according to law, and 1;

; to come down the coast outside. would have corralled the independents Palm Beach and Miami, returned to fok in theme box and upon) the same that the ballot boxes containing the

." A letter just received from :Mr. L. R. and won; but, alas! they are "gone suck- his home in Atlanta Wednesday.The ticket, the disposition of many will, no i erroneous ballots be taken up and returned -

. I Decker, who is in Pennsylvania, states ers." Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist doubt, be to neglect: some portion of the to the hoar 1

that he has been quite ill; but not seriously i church will meet at Mrs. A. D. Penney's ticket. On motion, it was further ordered that

however, and we are pleased to THE WHITE STORE. next Wednesday afternoon at 3 See that the congressional ticket is not the chairman wire the secretary of state I '

note that he is fast convalescing.Mrs. We guarantee better goods for less o'clock. A full attendance is desired neglectedas the vote will reflect credit or to forward election certificates and other ;
discredit efforts, as the case supplies) by first and in case such a
money than any house in the county. upon your express
The for started in
II. L. :Motlow with Master Willie open season quail
W. J. CKAYFORD. may he. We cannot he tpo diligent be- supplies cannot be secured in time, he be
and the arrived last Friday after- yesterday and thp birdies will' have to he
baby, tween now and election. The voters must authorized to have them printed here.
from their summering in Tennessee very cunning and shrewd to evade the
noon JENSEN. have proper' instruction: and certainly it The board then adjourned to meet
much to the pleasure of Mr. Motlow.Mrs. sportsman a\1tlllog from now until March I
(i. E. Coon has a new wind mill. i is true that the vote can be largely increased again on the 2Uth. 1
I next.
: :M. i is also very glad to be home by activity on the part of the ,<4
,again.Mr.. Mrs. J. W. Hull has opened her new Halloween night was on Wednesday, committees.
members of the precinct Monday<< October 21), the board met in
J. J. Haggerty: of New York City, millinery store. October 31, and the frolicking among the The mere fact of there being little op.{ : extra session with a fuli board present.
who will spend the winter here, arrived The of the boys in Titusville was quite subdued to does diminishthe I'I'I I
new coat paint improves position to be not : The supplies for the election having arrived ,
Saturday afternoon. lie stopped at :Mrs. hall what it usually is. Several merchants had of the
I town greatly.The imjxjrtance retaining; strengthof the I board filled and sealed the ballot f
Minis until he his neat little cottage to wash their plate-glass fronts, but we
got the vote. boxes and delivered them to the sheriff :
addition on J. C. Frink's store is
have noted other mischievous
:, in South Titusville furnished, which almost completed. no doings. With much esteem, I am, to be distributed: to the various pre- 1i

he is now occupying. Judge: James P. Begg stopped off at Very sincerely yours, cincts. '

We notice a brand new Crescent wheel School is keeping as usual, but the this place yesterday from a trip down the j. F. WOOTEX, The board then adjourned to meet in .J I
this week Mr.' E B. children do not seem quite so noisy. in the interest of his )
was shipped by coast candidacy for Member Second Congressional; District j regular session on ThursdayNovember 8.

Wager, our local dealer, to Mrs. A. S. Born, Oct. :27th, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. the state's attorneyship and feels very Democratic: CommitteeBrevard County -' -

Dixon, at I>ixon' near Cocoafor the use Fredricksen, a fine boy Halloo, Fred confident of his: re-election to the position My attention being; called to the wording -

of her little girl in going to school, as she Jensen:! can boast of twelve new houses which he has so ably- and faithfully- filled Democratic electors. of the above motion made bv- the

has over two miles to go, making the this summer and more buildings going for the past sixteen years. board of county commissioner?, and

wheel an absolute necessity. The pastor, Uev.J E. Mickler, cordially Editor of The Florida Star: printed in this week's papers, in justiceto

Major F. :M. Taylor and wife and little up.G.. E. Coon bus opened a meat mar ket, invites strangers and visitors and expects On account of the large number of presidential the paper printing tickets I desire to q

son, Wilson, were among the arrivals Saturday keeping wistern meats as well as Florida memlieis to attend services at the Methodist electors on the general election! say the mistake was: not made in printing ,

coming here directly from Hunts meats. I church next Sunday morning at III ticket-there being twenty names in the but in making up the ticket.

ville.Ala., where they spent the summer. 'o'clock, Mid evening 7 o'clock. Sunday I five lists-and the requirement that they Join R. WALKEK,
John Sorensen wife and arrived
They have rooms in :Mrs. Wager's building school at 10 a. in. Prayer meeting; every :appear on the ticket in alphabetical order Chairman Board Co. Com'rs.
home last week Irom their summer trip
in South Titnsville and expect to Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. there is likely to l Ill' :great confl1 ion.
north much improved from their outing.
spend the winter, as :Mrs. Taylor's healthwas The Bryan and Stevenson! club are That not a single Democratic may New Koekledge Addition.Mr. .

much improved by her stay of several understand that Frank Hull'smother I making arrangements, which will undoubtedly : be lost to Bryan and :Stevenson, please

months last spring; and two sisters are visiting him he : jierfected today, for re- publish this notice with the names of the : II.p. Shares, of Haven.Conn., .,
for a few days, the latter arriving last I Democratic electors fol- is now personally directing the completion -
presidential as
General Leonard \\ ood, commander of l'pi\. x.* ..nU'l.p. the .1..linn ret urns; l-\t n the iinura".
OJl" of the his hotel the
Saturday.The annex to new
in Cuba arrived in St. house lows:
the department next Tuesday night. The service
S. BEARD. Rockledge\ at Rockledge. The new addition -
Augustine TUt' I1.lyith his family, accompanied bean growers are getting their will consist of the full Western Union JOHN :

also by Frank Ross Mi Coy,I*. seed beans. Look out for beans next bulletins: and will be the very best thatis WILLIAM ELLIS.: provides fully twenty more rooms,

:;. .\., and Alexander lion/ales, of Hava spring. The seed supply appears to be obtainable. SAMUEL J. HILP.niN. many of which are furnished:: with private
bath, making in all now about 100 rooms
na. These gentlemen pawed through heavier than usual. Judge M. S. Jones returned Sunday MARTIN L. WILLIAMS.Respectfully .
in that popular resort. The office is being
here Wednesday on their way to Miami, 11. R Ricou & Sons have moved their from quite an extended tour of the Seventh entirely rearranged giving much
: very
where government ship waits to convey fishery to Melbourne temporarily. We judicial circuit, holding fall terms of 11'.1 L. II naIl.h. 'T, additional The will
room. assembly room
them to Havana. Mrs. Wood and family= understand there are not many fish: in courtlasting in all about a month's time. Chairman Brevard County Democratic be located in the new addition and will

will remain in the Ancient City for several this section of Indian river this fall. lie will visit his place at Klondike next Executive Committee. be provided with a hard wood floor especially

weeks before going to lIav Ula,\\ hirhthl'y week, before holding the fall term in Vo- Cocoa, Fla.. i October ). addition
laid dancing. The new -
to make their future home. SUI LO II. lima which convenes .-- ,
propose l'ounty, on Monday, i
is now about ready I for the .plasterers
colored and 23; white the 12th: in'st. r\lITol OTE.-To all voter When will
About SO people Ed. Patillo arrived Thursday from j and its completion pushed forwardso
took advantage of the cheap excursionrate Osteen. I Please bear in mind that you must vote 1 I you put your (cro s-mark ( X ) before the as to l he ready with the opening of the

to visit New IIIJrmnl1day to attend II I the straight Democratic) ticket from presidential I! names of the four:gentlemen named above
tourist Mr. Shares is ably assisted
H. :\[. Nolle has been on the sick list t season.
will be counted for William
the colored't.ting being held this week. electors down, to con tuble next I j your vote in the above work by his sonHoraceaud

} at that plaiv. A special train left here at I Tuesday, otherwise you are not entitled, 'I Jennings; Bryan, Adlai E. Stevenson; anti the hotel will be under their management

G o'clock and the excur.-ioni-ts had the W. C. Carpenter, of Titusville, wasj! nor will you be allowed, to'ote in the I'! the maintenance of the American repub- again; the coming :season.
visiting friends hereAt\ week. I I the lie. I Be sure to'ote right and vote
!' privilege of returning the same afternoonor primary, providing inspectors carryout ; : _. -- -

at daylight next morning. Many chose: George Kuhl had his: boatthe Swallow! I; the instructions as given them by the j i.I straight.ISeautiful; (June: (:one, t:Otle.

1 the former, because the accommodationsat h:1.11ll'dout last week for repairs.Messrs I state Democratic executive committee j jMr ,

New Smyrna were very badly congested. ?. Taylor and Grifli* made a i *.:M.A.Curtis-of Edenwho has been Horklt'tlge drove. The Holines(?) irreligious non

The attendance of the negroesfrom business trip to Titusville Tuesday.Messrs. :spending: the summer at Naples, !I descripts, who have been holding loud
I points between Jacksonville and Miami turned home l j! We hail the pleasure! this week of in- carnival in nightly neurotic orgies and
:r Creighton; Montgomery v, of!i Tuesday accompanied by :i spectingthe home in Rockledge of mundane perfection, haveat
grove paroxysms
in [
nearly 1,000 corning on one
wagn'at, her sister, Mrs. Otto, of New York !
Oak Hill, were in Shiloh Wednesday.Misses I owned by ex-Senator, :'. Hardee. lie last left, and the citizens of the northwestern -
J train. Mrs. Curtiss expects her daughter, Mrs.,1 I'
f -- ---- ---- -- i, ha several lane groves-one on the riverat part of town, whose peace has
: Florence and Nellie\ Watton, of 1
: Peck, from Washington, D. C., abut a';
Needs Attention.The Clifton, were visiting friends here Tues month hence, where she is. at present j! Rockledge; another west of the railroad been offended by these itinerant exhausters -
I! at Rockledge and a fine young grove are resting; easier.
street near the postollice cornel- I holding position in the war department i
was in a most unsightly and disgraceful day.Mrs.. E.J. V.\\ returned from City Point I II _, ;::just nicely coining: into bearing back of The last revelry was held Friday uight.
Hardeeville.i He will the bulk of his Next loaded bag
i I ship morning, they were ,
condition for several days subsequent to I I Friday, where she had been on a visit to Notice.
I : thi from his home and babies the Bond Lumber -
crop year grove bai'gage: : upon
the rains ou Saturday ..1.1Il1IUllt\) nightsas ; friend*.
from To THE PEOPLE OK BKEVAUD COUNTY:, jj j though; he will have considerable fruit ai-I scow and carried to Jel1 enwhere the
I sidewalk leading
also the
was to the tUtl Cl". To I We lire sorry to learn that Miss Mabel j j Having lieen recently advised that a j j Hardeeville. It is a great treat to view his women will dispense f their religion; to the

Washington avenue such po I Vann and brother, Johnnie, have been i iI 1 report is being very industriously circu1 .: home ::rove now, where lie ha-i tome 4UO (people of that little village, and the men
into a repulsivecondition ,
allow them to get less than :I quite ill this week. kited around the l'Ol1l1tthat I have always ,i i. grape fruit trees most of which are heav- will go to Robe Sound and assist i in gathering -
to be nothing
seems t
unpardonable neglect, and it i is as little as I'' A certain young; lady of this place, on j! \oted the I'epublican national ticket ily laden with this line fruit; also a large; ; and loading cedar lumber from the

tlie tl'ouncil could do to put them intoresjnctable I b,-nig attacked by a rat, turned over two :j I beg; leave to present for your consideration number of mandarin and tangerine: trees, Danish barque Paul, which was blown

l' conditionaud that right) early : chairs and nearly upset a table in her ; the following; affidavit, which so full of fruit that the ln>u;;:lis: have to be ashore and wrecked there some: eight

: with shovels could easily efforts to escape. I I. absolutely brands that rejwrt as false: : propped to keep them from breaking, weeks ago.
One or two men l' State of Florida, )> \\ title uaost all of the other trees in the AS wa noted in our last i issue there are
H'nlelthe l'vi1l1dl'ct in a daXOtil'l' \'. One of the young men of Oak Hill, j i
I Brevard J'i
---- --.- County. grove that we saw were carrying from UKJ: )UO feet uf ;lumber to be :gathered and 1
--- while batching on his place at Shiloh, j
to Itaptists.Editor i Personally appeared before me, A.1.. ;, one to eight: and ten boxes of fruit, those loaded. It has been purchased by the
shot two large wood-rats.' He''declared t II Stewart, clerk of the circuit court in andfor having a single: box or so being the Bond Lumber company and will be shipped .

of The Florida Star: they were uos big as 1x ossuir4.: the state: and county aforesaid, Tom i I young trees planted out and budded to New York and Philadelphiawhere I

Please do me and others the favor to C. T. Gaines met with a serious accident -j i Johnson Cockshutt, who. being duly since the great freeze of Ib'Jo and the such lumber i is in great demand. I

note that the F. E. C. railway will carry while gathering palmetto berries last j'j sworn, says upon his oath: "I have never : others l being the restored trees from the If

messengers to Cocoa from 0-teen, Lake week; the point of a fan stuck in his eye, ,; voted the Republican ticket, either uai : freeze, grown out from the roots, trunks WANTED, i iMen I

lIclellTitl1'il1e, Fort Pierce, Lemon City I which caused inflammation, and has !iI i' tional, state or county, since I have been and branches. He has certainly made a : to cut cross tieCall: or write, t

and Miami for one-and-one-iourth fares given him much trouble. ;i able to vote, which was first in lSt'4." tine show ing and has had a great deal of Contractor, Box :'Ot), lto eland, Fla. !

for the round trip, to attend the Indian I !', (Signed.; ) TOM Jou.\sox Coc.K IlrTI. hard work done within the past five

River Baptist association; tickets on sale I Boat anti Yacht Sall I II II Sworn to and subscribed before me this j years to bring his grove to the state:: it is loll SALt

November S good to return on the 10th. I November 1, \.. 1). UH.H). i
Vih in.i
I Fit \\'orkmanshipguarantl'e i now Lightwood posts for pineapple sheds, i
The church will meet visitors at Cocoa A. .STKWAKT,
) windbreaks and fence posts. Write for i
with boats. HeW.1.Stantoii: will preach I,handMade. Seal. Clerk Circuit Court. I i GASOLINE K: >(JI>EI special prices in car lots. Address F. W. I

the opening sermon Friday, the 9th, at I II. BENECKE, Respectfully, I Illustrated folder free. Addifes: W. P. White, agent for F. II. Allen, lto; land, !

10:30 a. m. 11', N. CHAUIWIX. I I Titusville Florida. TOM JOHXSOX C'IKmTI..t' | UXDEUWOOD, Agt., Roseland: Fla. Fla. I




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