The Florida star.

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

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4 ', ADDeus, ; os *!-!?;Year': '.' .en all ter, love' a ,Watch. _night, W: experience
I The great eyenlot New' Ter ten ., 9 Kidneys.
the Year is erbotd,our doin'a rum desprtngttme'ter: : .. i'
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t-. the: .arrJfalof: the mocfil man, who is a I.sorter feelia' Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure, Blood.' .; .
jf T 'tolerably >fair substitute Bkeery; en I ia a shaky .
,for Santa: Haze, ter tell de lion way t
;Claus.Uis'coming' Is ru gospel,. I'des.dunno what All the blood In > :,
i ; quite .as "myste- saytI your body passes through .
:; -rious: alsoasno: child, knows, whence your kidneys once every three minutes. : ,.
!1' :!lie comesor'where: he goes:. However, don't make lak' A e rise,Year meetln'l' "'en .4e' preacher The kidneys are your :-
:;"a?soma;hut of thedajor; night before- t 'other read;in private: ill my'-> titles ter de skies! r I blood purifiers;they filter l tf '
l. theist of I1ey' startsme on'tel' out. the waste or ,.
; anuaryX
talldn -
arrives 'bout .
not with my. Christian impurities in the blood. .
hope en'den
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sees de talks what knows en they are sick or out
me, ,
. of noisy hoofs upon'the; :roof, for a Jap- "Amen!" dey_never-nyy of order,they faU to do -. "..

\\JF ',' ,aneTe'house Is ,chlmneyless. Therefore Same their work. r .:
the mochl man Is, obliged ,to, enter t'ing Wad all de brotherin--1 knows 'urn, lef Pains aches andrheu-,
en right, '
it.;, through the shojI'Pape En matism come from excess ',: .
windows :dey go ter "
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dey shet dey : :
eye of uric acid in the i 1 ?: ;j
which he does so. openly'and so up tight -5Af 'L5_ S ,
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Dey can't see nuttin T to neglected ..
to do roun' 'um while '
ingly as away with all that fascinating by de dey. epoutin kidney trouble.. -- S _
; unreality:; that in its investt- Dey knows I yard; > Kidney trouble oro' 5 ,; [
lookin at 'urn enI t'inldn mighty causes quick unsteady 5- ;t :. ___
: tine of our ,king of the holiday re.vels hard! heart beats, and makes one feel as though 5 :'C

l' ",'. is'so precious to the little'ones. Nevertheless But they had heart trouble because the heart is S S c .....
;::,.:. the .children go, to bed ,at the we come gwine en ter gone have) de watch night (I wish he over-working in pumping thick, kidney; I orb ,

:, 'appointed bur New Year's evand. :Ter sen' de ole year whirlin en he'p de new year poisoned.It used blood to be considered through veins that and arteries. : i

Y .the' little ,bias eyes.. try to: go' to sleep, I I ain't on. troubles were fo be only urinary .
in traced
favorer it I to_ the ,kidneys, .. .
; never t'lnk -
.::. but.Instead. of reaching the ,"Land ofNod" I rather read in private all my titles it'swise ter,de ;Bides. but now modern'science proves that nearly %LC r 111 .. '-,

.,- the.'small. people :Usually arrive all constitutional diseases have their beginning ; ? 'e",' :.
-::; at' "Wideawakeville." Now is the time when croup and lung in kidney trouble. .. ."''

;;?'. At last the mochi man announces his troubles prove rapidly fatal The only If you are sick you can make no mistake"

-'}f presence by dashing heaping handful harmless remedy that produces immedi by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild .-, '.

,,'_ '.of-rice and beans info the face of the ate results is One Minute Cough Cure. It and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's TRJ- "" EEKLY ,SA.ILXNGS: : '."

-: :,' supposed to be sleeping child,.and this is very pleasant to take and can be relied Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is ____BETWEENJACKSONVILLE ____ -- '
fi upon to soon realized. It stands the
quickly highest for its
coughs, colds and

,' ..-' "' ,Is'th signal for a midnight.: 'frolic. The all lung diseases; it will prevent con wonderful cures of the most distressing cases AND NEW YORK >\:

i';. throwing of,rice and beans at this hour sumption. Wilson.& Son. and is sold on its merits "" ,

,. and. upon this.occasion has been con- by all druggists in fiftyIlli:._. HI Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways. '-, -. ,_

F'. :E .. Bldered from time immemorial. a desire Easily Found.-"Do you think it ia desirable cent and one-dollar siz- ; .;,;:: ;u:., ." The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service. Y;

.:-. on the part of the thrower to express for a man to study the dead Ian es. You bottle may have a to I u' THE CLYDE NEW EXGLIXD AIVD SOUTH LINES -. ; ..;
_; three wishes for the good of the ?" sample by mail Home of Swam -Root.
receiver. guages "No, sir, answered Mr. Cum free, also pamphlet telling you how to find ._..Direct Service Between:____ S",_
These wishes
respectively rox, with emphasis. "If
queer wordsare out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
I' ;: that he may have} good luck and happiness what a young man aspire to, the golf Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and All Eastern Points.

tttr.: the coming year and that he and baseball reports in any good daily & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.PROFESSIONAL. Calling at Charleston both ways.

t:;">.'W, .may be at "outs" with the oni!.(devil)- newspaper will supply all. his,, wants."- SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS. '

g.-, r2:."' '"far from .Inappropriate' symbolisms to Washington Star.ANOTHER CARDS. Southbound-From Lewis Wharf, Boston. Northbound-From foot of Catherine Street JacksoaTllla;.:
-' .' ,her woven into a New Year's
greeting. CLYDE'S ,
-1-- ST. JOHNS RIVER L13V E. v ,
::'"\ -The mochi man always brings with WORD TO THE LADIES. GEORGE KOBBINS, DEBARY LINE.
'<, him 'an Infectiously cheery 'confusiont
Editor of The Florida Star ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, .
: :: : Between Jacksonville and Sanford
: ,of earthen cooking stoves and earthen .
';;" vessels to boil mocha In. This tooth- in We Titusville understand there are still a few ladies,I Courts.Will practice in State and United States Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis. Beresford (DeLand), Blue Springs, and other .
i.i *So 'edible Is mixed, boiled stirred and vicinity who did not take: intermediate landings on St. Johns River ; :
% ,, advantage of our'recent. offer to ,send an elegant Office at Titusville,.Florid a -
cooled and stuffed before the very eyes L", suver-piateu sugar shell absolutely free Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' CAPT. W. A. SHAW,
: of the youngsters, and finally it is of charge to any married lady who simply D. L, GAULDEN, is appointed to sail as follows:

,evolved Into glutinous rice cake. In asked for it; so we willrenew the offer for a ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m. Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays.
short time only. We sell these shells regularly Leaves Sanford 9 9:30
a.m. Enterprise a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
the beginning of its preparation, which at forty-five cents each. Retail jewelers ask TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
is somewhat complicated, it is worked fifty to seventy-five cents for such goods. Southbound SCHEDULE. Northboundread
County judge ef Brevard Will down
They are exquisitely beautiful county. practice read
creations in
about in a wooden bowl with a bam- high grade silver-plate. To further advertise in all the courts of the 7th judicial cir- Leave 3 30 pm---------------_________Jacksonville__________ -----:--_______Arrive 2 00(up am
boo stick,until It looks muck like strained our ware we will send one, to cuit of Florida. 8 45 pm---_--------------_______Palatka____________________-___Leave 8 00( pm
honey. All this is aggravatinglysweet married lady who has not received postpaid one., every This 3 00 am"t._____________________ -_____Astor__________---_______________ 2 30 Pm .
'' to the nostrils of the onlookers announcement should be cut out and returnedto DUNCAN U. FLETCUEK, 4 30 am___________.__----______St. Francis----______-_____1______ 100( pm "
; us with request. This is --------------________Beresford (DeLand)_________________ 12 00 n'n
who can scarcely wait until the mochi Also please your enclose a :stamp or two to ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,, 600am( ________________-_ ---___-Blue Springs__-___ ___-_____________ 1100 am
'man treats them., ,Meanwhile this patron cost of mailing. pay \rriye830 ail__---------------_________-Sanford________________________ 9 00( am '
"'"'- saint creates much laughter by his QUAKER VALLEY M'F'G Co., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 9 25 am_________________ ________Enterprise________ -----________i.. 9 30 am

t 'funny.antics :and beguiles the waiting Morgan and Harrison streets, Chicago. General Passenger and Ticket Office 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.

:""' tune with still funnier stories. of New GOLDSMITH, W. H. WARBURTON, T. P. A.
Scandal. F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., F. P. A;,
;;" ,Year's when he was a little lad. -"She seems to me one of the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 19 State St., New York. 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

< most distinguished-looking young womenin TITUSV ILLS, FLORIDA. A. C. HAGERTY, Passenger Agent, C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. Supt. ,
Editor's Awful Plight. Boston." "They tell dreadful stories 19 State street.New York. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Prosecuting attorney for Brevard county. THOS. D. HALEY, Local Freight Agent JOHN L. HOWARD, Superintendent
about her! "Indeed! "Yes ,
'J: F. M.Higgins, editor Seneca (Ill.Newe they say, Notary public. Will practice in all courts of Foot Hogan St., JacksonvilleFla. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.
was afflicted for years with piles that n ti for instance, that the lenses of her spectacles the state.A. THEO. G. EGER General Manager. ')1. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents.

doctor or remedy helped until he tried I are plain gias, with no magnifying Chesebrough Building,19 State Street,Opposite Battery Park New York.Rival" -

.Bdcklen'a Arnica Salve. He writes two power whatever!"-Detroit Journal. D. PENNEY, --- ---
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.::. boxes wholly cured him. It's the surest ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ------

.. pile cure on earth and the best salve in Free Blood Cure. .
the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c.
Sold by B..R. Wilson & Son, druggists. 5 An Offer Proving Faith to Sufferers.Is Will practice in the courts of the 7th judicial /

your blood pure? Are you sure of it? Do circuit. Q Nezv Leader "Repeater."

Egyptian New Year. cuts or scratches heal slowly Does your skin ({
.' The Egyptian year began with the itch and burn? Have you pimples? eruptions? JAMES AN.DKEAVS,
,',' aching bones or back? eczema? old sores?
rising of the star Sirius, and consisted ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
boils? scrofula? rheumatism? foul breath? catarrh -
.4 of 36.3. days. There were 12 months ? are you pale? If so, purify your blood Main office and address, Tibbals, Florida WINCHESTER '
:.of 30 days each, and at the close of the at once with B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm). Office at Fort Pierce, Fla., upon the 2nd and.
':, year five days were Intercalated. All It makes the blood pure and rich, heals every 4th Fridays of each month #
4,' sore and gives a clear, smooth, healthy skin. Notary Public, State at Large.
reckoning was by this year; the festivals -
Deep-seated cases like ulcers, cancer, eating
i.. were celebrated by !it, and as a sores, painful swellings, blood poison is quickly F. J. WEBB, Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells.
r'. consequence like' the Roman festivals cured by B. B. B., made especially for all.. I
> of later obstinate blood and skin troubles. B. B. B. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
times, circled around from one
drains the poison and humors out of the blood
. season to another on account of the and entire system so the symptoms cannot re TITUSVILLE practice, in the- courts- of the FLORIDA.Will 7th judicial -. "New Rival" loaded with Black powders. "Leader" .' j
, : 'omission from the calendar of the turn. Give it a trial. It cures when all others circuit.
:t .; quarter day. Notwithstanding this! fail Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Sold at and "Repeater" loaded with Smokeless powders. Insist
'. stores at$1 large bottle, 6 large bottles
. ,omission the Egyptians seemed to have drug(full treatment per),$5. Be sure the bottlereads M.D.. L. DODSOJs, upon having them, take no others, and you will get the ,
-; '. known that the addition of a quarterof Botanic Blood Balm. So sufferers mayt

< of,a day each year was necessary i in <*t it, a trial bottle given away absolutely Dentist. best shells that money can,buy.
'- Write for it. Address, BLOOD BALM
,. '' order to keep a correct measurementof free.
.'.1._ CO., Atlanta, Ga. Write today. Describe Office at residence, first door south of the ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM.
time, which called their "So-
. ."" they trouble and free medical advice given. county jail. Only first class work, s'I
ij- tnlac cycle." This cycle was a period Call on J. B. Screven, Titusville, Fla., for at greatly reduced prices.
;; o11,461 and B. B. B. 1
vague or 1,400 true years TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
"was called "Sothiac" because its beginning --CABTOBJA.JAUII ----- -- -- .

was fixed at a date when the do; } tha A The Kind You Have Always BoughSigaatnre t
: :: star, known by the Egyptians as So-

I: this rose with the sun on the 1st n / ,;

-; :K Thoth, which was the commencement of .

-' of their year. This rising of Sirius and

', the sun on the 1st of moth took Hodgson Bros. & # &I ,;{
!:':; place in the years B. C. 27S2 and B. C. ,

> '1322 and also in 138 A. D. CJEXERALMERCHANTS. BevelGearCHAINLESS.

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.''"' The Best Salve In the WorldIs ... CHAIN WHEELS COASTER BRAKE

. :;. Banner Salve. It i is made from

'' \i":- prescription by a world wide known skin Eau Gallie, Fla. The first choice of experiThe finest chain wheels acts directly upon the tire, '
; specialist and "is positively the most healing i

.r: salve for piles, burn, scalds, ulcers, : Goods ClothingBOOTS enced and particular riders that it is possible to make, avoiding all undue wear of
z running and all skin diseases. WitJ7 Dry
} sores
1':, eon & Son. everywhere-the best possible having every improvement the mechanical parts in the
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.h""- : .. ASD SIIOES, proof of its superiority. found in our new Chainless hub. No straining of the

tt: The Nor.eman'. Calendar. HARDWARE, GROCERIES,
construction improvements models aside from the wheel. For either
.. The. ancient Norsemen reckoned by PAINTS AND OILS, ETC Lightened drivdriving

winters, and the beginning of theirs throughout. New ing mechanism. New odChainless or Chain Models. .
;-> year was probably dated from the IGthof Charter.
;'_.. .--, October. The festival In honor of Steam Launch for Models, $7,. els, $0. Price (with our MW models) $>..00PENNANTS.

f:::' Thor was held in midwinter, about .

; our Christmas time, and in fact was

the origin of the Christian holiday .

,( merrymaking. We get the names of KodolDyspepsia HARTFORDS. STORMERS. .

s. at." least three, if not four,- of the days s. .

9* the week from the Norse gods of the "

; ,Odin religion. Tuesday is from Tir or The leading medium-priced The Stormers present a Low in price but high in
Dlss-day Were made, on and which the the courts offerings of justice to fate Cure bicycles. Their twelfth year refinement of construction quality. Staunch and well- I

: held; Wednesday is-! from Woden or eat. of success. In excellence of and finish usually found only finished, they possess every

f Odin, of the Norse trinity Thurs- Digests what you .
one ;
: day or Thor's day, from Thor, the Itartificial1y digests the food and aids manufacture, durability and i in bicycles i I commanding requisite of strength and

1 frora-chief, Frlgg of the, another trinity,of and the minor Friday deities is- Nature in tile strengthening exhausted digestive and reconstructing orgalls. -- ease of running they are unhigher prices. They are popdurability.. Best for all riders .

i of the trinity., It is thdatestdiscovered digest- excelled in their class. New ular favorites. New Models desiring first wear at a small

; ant and approach No in other efficiency.preparationcan It in- Models, $3 ,. $3,. cost. New Models, $2$. '
persons have had the experience and permanently cures ,
of Mr.Peter Sherman, of North Stratford, stantly relieves Heartburn,

N. H., who says: "For years I suffered Dyspepsia, Indigestion Stomach, Nausea,
,torture from chronic indigestion, but :Flatulence Sour d HOME OFFICE FOR SALE BY. .

Kodol Dyspepsia Cure made a well man SIck aeadacheGastralgifectd'gestion. I

ofme/, It digests what you eat and is a all Large size contains 2 times HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. ELLIS Jgtf'JSTAER' TITUSVILLE.
certain and Price 5Oc.
cure for dyspepsia every aooutdyspepslamalled tree
scuallslzeBook .rJ.essrs. Robbins and,
form of stomach trouble. It gives relief
Prepared by E. Co DeWITT a co Chlcag lend the accasr.3 ,
at once, even in the worst cases, and cannot Wilson & fin'lI ,
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help but do you good. Wilson & Son.
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.,-.+i"."' .". ,'. .' ',' .OOCOA'BUSINES8.DIBEcroBY.. .. *,:-.Miss TJaizfe and" 'announced decision
'.. ;;:.. .c. Pprcherj; pink bound\ theLchalrman the Rev. W. E. Smith preached avery : '. ,1

':i'.;:M :.w.Ii;HUG1tLE'ITD.'LT.: .DLNIEL fully' decorated with tinsel, and',a wand in favor of,Santa Claus;:'and that he good sermon to a ,large congregation on !E.BiiW"t:

;?'..Y":, '_ ,.- :D.fDS.Offieea oyetTh: Indiau;&Per with! \a Jie\ !dangling from it, made a should 'beVcrowhed King1, of Holidays. Sunday.morning'from the text, Glory f

{:: :: '"D. ugCdsetoreatbe1eadingDiugestabliah-; ", mghUittleVaIenfineand; her claim to Litt1eJ .Cooper; the sweetest of all to God in the Highest, and on Earth If" "
..?i .'.J' meat of theIndfsnriyercountry/ .
," > -,:''. 8.: F.TRAVIS &'00. EtclnaiveWholeaal8OroceracarrythelargeetBtock ypicQ :clear ;and;,hervwonia distinct.she. 'wreath of holly on a cushion, which ehe consisted of bars M. XSalmon, Mrs. E. I.ChatOeld .. ,j

,-! ::.{:,:...;.:... .,Merchandise on'the: 'eastcuast'of.. of=Florida.General certainlyjdeserved-iUie ,crown .1f}beauty: laid at Santa's feet;. taking the wreath ,- Miss :Grace Patterson, Misses SEND roe LEGAL
r_i.:.::. -: > Can'meet ail competition. .'.Write for prices; and melody'rcpuld claim' Ito' ", .she climbed,upon a footstool and placedit Abbie and'May Hart well, sopranos; Mrs. 'CAT LOGUE.- ,'
"- '-- .L ;The next claimant! ",was :Washington's upon his head Then she sat down E..J. Wilson, alto; Mr. J. L. Wilson, ..:.-"

; :-,<: ;WILLlAM'HINDLE.:' Undertaker andf' Bm: : Birthday, !.and the,'claimant.wusa trim, demurely' upon the ,stool at his side.. tenor; Mr, M. C. Salmon, basso, and THE- -. -
balmer- and
.:/" : "' ;Tinning;; Bicycles and Pipe: .Sewing Fitting Repairing supplies ittle soldierly boy with a'sword by his ThiS was' the ,prettiest tableau of it all, Mrs. G. N. Hatch presided at the organ. H. "W. B.DREWCOMPANY .

,-at Every'Description. ,Agent. ;.for Beveridge side, Arthur,Pprcher, who told 'of all thereat and, captured the house., Santa then For an opening they sang the old hymn, j

: Steam_Cooker.. l .. << ; things Washington had done for made a speech to.the other holidays, and 'Hark, the Glad Tidings, Exultingly .BLANK S'

4 J"BANK J -Practical Shoemaker. Forty our country. This was followed by the said he didn't come to"spoil their pleas- Sing," and an anthem for an, offertory. JACKSONVILLE. ,

y ::-. years experience; ,all kind :of repairing laying'of the hatchet at Washington's ures or take away ,their crowns, but he Miss Abbie.Hart well.sang the solo. and fLA. :!
:, done nice and cheap;"also ladies'.. and men's' feet' by -little :Laclari Singleton. The always had to go where the children she with her sister- the duet, the rest ._'. i

:- shoes made to order. ,whole" school arose and sang "My Country were, and he couldn't keep away from so joining in full chorus. There were a JONH N, C. STOCRTONPrresident, :-, ;f

,'; ,, THE TBAFFOBD BAKEBY.=: First quality 'Ti3_ of Thee" with, great volume bright a crowd as he found there tonight. number of Cocoaites. down for the ser THOMAS P. DENHAM, Cashier, i
' Bread,madeof, high grade flour,:sent to any Itt was'very impressive. Then he' bade them sing a sweet carol to ,VIces.. JAMES D, BAKER, .!ss't. Cashier ,, -:,

; ,address cakes. ;Ice never-failing Cream every Saturday.home-made yeast, Neal 'came the Children's Day, repre- the! Christ Child whocaiue so long ago. ,'

IY=Y-"' .. sented by Miss_Lizzie Hughlett, ,who set and'the closing song was the carol. GEORGIANA.Dr. National ;
GO. TO J. M, SANDERS, The Old Reliable forth 'the merits of that day, the one day Altogether it was the nicest .entertainment BanKofa !
Store for good| fresh and reliable goods Chambers and wife spent their
,. -. 'such as Dry Goods, Saddlery Crockery, in the year set aside for the children ever given ,by the children in Co. Christmas at Lotus with their friend Dr.
Hate,Trunks and a, full line_of.Groceries. Her attendants were Misses Adrian Por- coa.. It developed at least two things
\ : and
round. cher,',Mary Joyner, Alliene Wilson', Lulu that the children are multiplying in 'Cocoa Capron family. Ika State of Florida 1
all the'
Pleasant location facing the river on river Barfield, Pet Dixon and Jnnice Jibert, that they are bright. self-reliant and The week bids fair to be a pleasant one ,

.-1 front., Rates$2.00 per day;.special. terms. by alTarrayed in white' with profusion of tractable, and that they can sing-all of both as to the weather and social enjoy- i

'the week or month. :flowers. ,Their song received great' ap-, them. A, few years ago it was said of ment among our people. CAPITAL 10000000. i

plause. the children of Cocoa that they could Several in town had their Christmas
: The next announced was Independenee not sing, but it has been demonstratedthat dinners invited Desienated depository of the State of Florida -
yf I lND1NfilER RIPPLES.iiir l( with friends and neigh- and of the City of Jacksonville. Solicits -1!
: Day, and he was ,ushered in by noisy theycan, and we should hear more bors. In fact the day was verb pleasant. accounts of all classes and offers every facility I

: -. .' horns, and firecrackers. Charley' Bar- of their voices in public service. ly spent throughout our community and consistent with prudent banking. Recognizing 1 i

'Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefsat field, in red, white,and blue, was the old The distribution of presents followed. will be looked bock to with pleasant the needs of that class who accumulate de-a J f
.will allow interest on time
surplus we
the Coast. glorious Fourth and attendants: car- The tree not the committee .
Towns Along was. as large as memories. posits. We invite attention to the statement
.--.. ried the star, spangled banner. They desired, but it was found that a largerone below, condensed from our last official report i
A Mr. Simmons and from Ke-
.' COCOA. .. were Taylor Peck, Frank' Bravo, John would hide the view of the stage, family, to the honorable controller of the currency: !
nosha Wis. here for the winter
are as
; 'r, "Happy New,Year.:, 3racco and Willie Stiling, and MissesSallie which was not desired. There were CONDENSED
:. Is understood, and are pleasantly domi-
NHerndon and Carrie Bracco; and presents enough there to have dressed II
School closed Friday.for a two week's ciled in Mrs. Black's cottage. Some others -
= vacation .this chorus.was, full of vigor and patriot- two trees, which showed the interest of STATEMENT OF CONDITION ;f
here to
are ere long spend
'ism, and was greeted with a storm of the of the in t
applause ; people community a general At close of business June 29, 1900.
I the winter with also Mrs. Halan and
_;', There are many. .fine launches on the which showed patriotism, in the Christmas tree; and the people of Cocoa' us, !
river this winter.Everybodys children came yesterday from Melbourneto RESOURCES. f
'"" audience. are to be congratulated that at last they -
Christmas with her Mr.
nursing a cold and using Thanksgiving Day was represented by have an accessible building large enough : and spend parents, Loans and discounts_____________$253,084.19
p cough drops. Otherwise general good Miss'Hazel Stiling, who, with chopping to accommodate all-one that is thoroughly Mrs. Page, in this place. United States bonds_______________ 101,000.00 !

health. prevails. ,bowl, and her brother, Ackland, armed ventilated and with a stage large Christmas eve and Christmas passed Premium on U. S bonds_________ 3,475.87 1'
with hammerand flatiron for nut crack- off pleasantly indeed. The tree at Bonds, stocks and securities14.5,089.72
enough to turn around on. very
The excitement of Christmas of the Banking house, furniture and Fix., 44,417.62Other '
ing'proclaimed; the'merits,of their day; the church was very ornamentally and real estate owned_________ 6,700.00 l
past, and the next great event will be and in a song of the good things, KOCKLEDGE.Strange tastefully arranged. All the children be- Cash and Due from other banks__ 186,824.12 j
'. of
in the
the ushering new century. '
each singing alternate lines and together faces everywhere. The tourist longing to the Sabbath school had some- -

A fine new launch was unloaded from the chorus; almost won the crown. Their. sea Olfis on. thing to please and interest them. Several $660,591.12LIABILITIES.

.A:' -r the cars here on Monday and launched clear, sweet voices captured the crowd. were down from Indianola and the .
the Indian river for Mr. F. C. Weden- Then'the i The trains will not run into Rockledge
in church well filled. All
announced Christmas
pages was present ______ ____
hotels until the 14th of January, 1901.A Capital stock ___ __ $100,000.00
kind. Day, and amid the usual hubbub Old seemed delighted with the exercises, Surplus and profits______________ 28,70893
{ The temperature dropped rapidly on Santa Claus put in an appearance and happy new year-new century-to speaking, singing and other amusements Circulating notes_____'________:____ 100,000.00
in his claim for the crown. Cheers everybody and prosperity and happiness connected with the occasion. Dividends uncalled for___________ 200.00
.: Christmas night and on Wednesday ..put Deposits_____________ ____________ 431,682.59
?.. morning white frost was visible to the greeted his coming, and it was some lit- abound.

early riser. No damage is reported. The I tie time before his speech could be heard, Mr. Jno. Devlin, of Pittsburg, Pa., is EDEN. 660591.12

PbP bit of cold will help to ripen and sweeten nit then nobody cared what he had to at his winter home on Indian River
theoranges. say as to his claims for the crown, his avenue. Mrs. George Saeger was among her GEO. M. BOBBINS F. A. MORGAN
proclaimed him king of or Eden friends last Friday for a while. President. Actuary.
F The storm of last Sunday night prevented very presence Mrs. C. E. Cook and daughter, Elma, BREVARDAbstract
W. E. mith of holidays. He sang a song, too, whichwas attended the Christmas tree in Cocoa Messrs. C. C. Mast and A. D. Merwinwere
Rev. $
Rockledge, on ______ _
quite new. Here the little tots, the tt --
t 'from filling his appointment at Cocoa. Monday night.A in Cocoa and Rockledge several
infants, came to the fore and crowded
days the week. of TitleCOMPANY -
The people are always glad to welcome around old Santa and shut out all the new tank for the water supply of past .

him and trust he will consent to preach others from view. They fairly took the the New Rockledge has been put in position The bean crop in this section has been ___n-

:7: for them in the near future. house down by their song, and no won- this week. greatly benefited by the heavy' rains the

The, ladies of St. Mark's Guild report der, such tiny little tots to sing with so Capt. C. J. Coggin shipped forty-nine l latter part of last week. Will furnish abstracts of title

: very satisfactory sales at their bazaar' much vigor, melody and time and give boxes of golden apples from his grove Mr. Cox, a representative of the Southern for lands in Brevard county.

: better than anticipated, and as everything forth such volume. In their son .they back of the railroad.Mr. after OFFICE UN ER LAW OFFICE OF
Express was looking $
y. for sale donated it will demanded the crown for Santa Claus company ROBBI .
was prove GEO. M. :S, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
the interests of his here last
N. Clark of Plainville Conn.
: : a gain on net proceeds of other years. and when they left they carried his pack I
,, The ladies are devoted to their cause and away with them. arrived at his beautiful Indian river week. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET '

.. "D:," deserve 'success. The committee, consisting of Master home by Wednesday's south bound train. Capt. John Saunders and Mr. Walter

t.:': The state of the weather for the past Callie Hooks, Misses Helen and Tiney The children are enjoying a respite Nichols, of Providence, R. I., were here G. F DUREN Agent,

t f.'. week has been very unsettled. Much Singleton, Vera Hibbs, Mamie Hardee from school duties and will make good several days past as the guests of Mrs. N. Sown.

D-. :- : rain fell at frequent intervals, interfering and Annie Gideon, set to work to decide, the vacation time in a round of out door Saunders.
) !
with the attendance at school of the plays. Mrs. E. A. Ireland has been quite ill Florida ..

r long-distance scholars and their attendance Mr. H. Julius Smith is shipping his we are sorry to learn, but under the care- "
6 at the practice of the cantata. oranges this week. It is stated that he ful and skillful attention of Dr. C. P. s and

f; Beautiful weather has prevailed since has one of the finest crops of oranges on Platts, of Fort Pierce, is rapidly improving \\Vestern

', '. Christmas, however. the river.A .
'i\ : As yet it is not known if there will be I heavy storm came up on Sundaynight t'Mr. Meats
.. r :i9 and Mrs. C. A. Robinson have the
\ services at the M. E. church next Sunday with vivid flashes of lightning, j
or not. It is not expected that the new Iw which served to increase the dense dark- pleasure of having both their daughters of all 1 1N I'*
with them for the Miss -
._ minister will be here until the regular ness of the night.Rockledge holidays -.% ,f
' ''-r- ,... Florence, from Rollins college! at Winter ;, Kinds
: ;.: day for Cocoa, the second Sabbath in the
was visited with a white Park, and Mrs. F. 0. Williams, from
< month. If so, the intervening fifth Sunday -
the 26th the
frost on the morning of Jacksonville.
.r' and the absence of the pastor at con- No It i
first seen here winter. damaged Titusville. Florida.
ference leaves the M. E. people without ,
ne save to a few tender plants. i' .,
0 service for nearly a month. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
.f:: IIEIt Christmas passed very quietly in Rock- 9 OBBINSCkRAAM ;;

_' CHRISTMAS TREE AND CANTATA. ledge-no unusual change save the early '
closing of the stores and postoffice. The ; r .
Another Christmas has come and gone, ,I
';.y the last of'the Nineteenth century, and $' Ii people enjoyed the quiet of their own ;al stsThe ,. &
circle. .
Cocoa celebrated The family
: right royally. town co. ,

< ball was packed on the evening of Mon- Your correspondent enjoyed an exceedingly (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00.)

W' day by interested people to see and hear J delicious Christmas present 5 Minute Breakfast Food.
+ .
the children in their Christmas cantata from Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Salmon, which This company owns lands'

.,, and enjoy the fruit of the Christmas tree. ] consisted of a half bushel of luscious Purina Health Flour"BRAIN in the Indian River Country '

IT":: To say the cantata was a success does not oranges, sweet and juicy. Thanks.Mr. er M ak..e.r .3a on the St. Lucie River, "Eat

t1 tell the tale, but that each and every T. E.,Patterson of Chaires, Fla., BREAD." New River, and on Bis- '

'r._ participant was a success. Each did'their (( 1 (( who has for some time past occupied a PURINA MILLS ST. Louis. Mo. cayne Bay. "

? part well and without hesitancy; everything position as clerk with Mr. Geo. N.Hatch, ___'n_.
:f: moved like clockwork from first ? left for Jacksonville wherehe PRICES TO SUIT TIlE TIMES.
on Saturday ,
;,.-:- to last. Much credit is due to Mrs. W. This picture is the trade mark ofSCOTT'S has accepted a position with the Ray- O1 GERE BR6 ; Send for land list. >
G. Patterson, Miss Clara Sanders and #
,& Miss Carter for their untiring devotion to
:and patience in the drill of the little every bottle of SCOTT'S EMULSION Miss Virginia Hatch is in Daytona to jr' CASTINGSMARINE TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. v;
spend the holidays. She has been quiteill STATIONARY.

." ones.A short prelude on the piano called in the World, which now and returned home with her aunt, CARAUGEJBIVIEEN.'." ,ell .'OOfu.!" NESi w .....FOR..... .. $

the people to order as well *a the host of amounts to many millions yearly. Mrs. R. F. Hatch, on Saturday of last i MK.f-0P BOAT 6AS FRAMES A Shave and a Hair Cut! J.

little ones on the stage. This great business has grown to week in hopes that a change would tendto GEftE LAUNt auCWka ; ,. f

Master Callie Hooks announced to the such vast proportions, improve her health. ....GO ro.._ ,

people that the children couldn't decide Mr. A. D. Merwin, of Eden, was up F. M. TAYLOR Carruthers'-----f -

which holiday in the year deserved to be F/rsfV-Because the proprietors last week to look over his grandfather's, Barber

crowned, there were so many and each have always been most careful in Wm. Merwin's, property here. The latter Teacher of Vocal Music and Musical ..... Shop 7

o. so deserving; that they determined to gentleman will not be down from his None but experienced workmen "-
Elocution in Classes I
the various or
appoint a committee to settle the matter, selecting ingredients Connecticut home until sometime in emploYed, and perfect TITUSVILLE

but the committee, "just like grown-up used in its composition, namely; January and perhaps not then. Privafe Lessons. satisfaction guaranteed......... i I I FLORIDA. ,

folks, couldri't agree." Therefore they the finest Cod Liver Oil, and the Dr. W. M. Prince, professor of Carlisle Terms reasonable. TITCSVILLE, FLA. J. L. CAEBUTHEBS, Proprietor.

called upon a representative' of each hol- purest Hypophosphites. University, Pa., member New York East MASTER'S 8AIE.virjn&of .

iday to come there tonight, to set forth M. E. conference, is a guest of C. W. Under and :
their,merits as to why they should be HRISARD, by a decree of foreclosure -
Seco/i/-Because they have so Blakeslee. It is expected he will preachthe j W. VIPHYSICIAN and sale entered in the circuit court of
.*, crowned. Their song, "Come Hither, skillfully combined the various morning sermon at the Rockledge Brevard county, in a cause therein .

Holidays," was well received. ingredients that the best possible chapel on next Sunday morning. AND SURGEOX, and wherein John EvelineJ.Clapperisthecomplainant Thomas -',
little Cleveland is the
New Year was represented by defendant
Nellie Stiling, and her attendants were results are obtained by its use. Rockledge is putting on metropolitanairs TITCSVILLE, FLA. and I will best sell bidder at public auction to the highest
with locomobile for cash, in front of
its fine carriages, the court
Winter, Spring,- Summer and Autumn. Third-Because it has made so finenew red milk van and the toweringice Office at Mrs. J. D. Crabb's. legal house hours door at Titusville, Florida, during the
Misses Louise Joyner, in ermine robes, sale, upon the first Monday in
many sickly, delicate children wagon, to say nothing of the ever January, A. D. 1901, the same
'. Edith Crabb in and white, were being the 7th
Executors Notice to day of the
and and delivery Creditors. month, the
and health present bicycle express following
Winter and Spring. Summer, in white strong healthy, given real state, described
vehicles. It keeps one dodging to tread Notice is hereby given that the or so much thereof as be
cheeks undersigned ne-
and to
Iva and Ever rosy so many pale, cessary to realize
and flowers gay, was Dyal, its as executrix of the estate of Robert C amount of the decree,
lyn Travis, in bright,array: 'represented anaemic girls, and healed the lungs thoroughfares. Scrimgeour, deceased, late of Brevard county. viz.The, $7U.68, and the costs of suit, to-wit:

Autumn. Each set forth their merits and restored to full health, so many Judging by the bundles, packages and Florida, hereby calls upon all creditors, legatees lot 1. west the south one.half of the south one-hall of
mail taken from the and distributees and all persons having one-half of lot 2; the south
registered postofficeby one-halC
chorus to Miss thousands in the first of of lot
a lovely 4
and they' sang $ stages claims and demands against the said estate ; the south one-half of lot
the week of and 5.
Nellie's sweet solo. They received a Consumption.If its patrons throughout past Robert Scrimgeour to present them to the vision the south one-half of lot 6, of the subdi-
other people besides Florida residents undersigned executrix of said of section 27, township 37
storm'of' applause. tried it, send for free sample, estate within 41 east, range
have not
as :
Yuletide and two or the per map recorded
remembered the happy years same will be barred. in book X "
#, Two Johnnie Paterson and Al- jts..f"f jble taste wilt surprise you. This page 752 of Brevard on
: pages .;* fipTT & BOWNE, Chemists, their absent friends. It certainly betok- NOV. 30,1900. AlARY A. SCBIMGEOUB, being in said county records" aid land
Booth announced -holidays and &*& < Executrix county.
bert rl Street, New York. of the esta.teof
they cared.for St. Valentine.! ,. J .:\'s1r.. Mt._ *. .90. .;.all. druggists. ened the "good will to mankind. Robert C. Scrimgeonr. ELLIS B. WAGER,
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: : t, VOL. XXI.: r ." TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER_. 28, 1900.; NO. 36. .


Christmas Tree at ,Mims. C IN TITUSYILIE. Miss Louise Brown took the part of the I l LATEST( NEWS IUD D 1 INCIDENTS.
,CURRENT LOCftL llICOHmS. QHR13TMS fairies' godmother, Helen Wilson_ represented -I II
On Christmas night the people of I Little Red Riding Hood, Nellie 1

" .. On In Mims LaGrange and Tnrnbnll, with a Abundant. Prorlsion Made For Entertaining and Elsie Hadley appeared as Golden. Matters of Interest That Are Happening
1 rtef. Mention.. of What. Is Going.
few visitors from Titusville gathered at
: the Little Folks. Hair and Cinderella, and lastly Santa Around Town. ,
-. and About Tituirllle.lGkCkO I the church to enjoy the Christmas exer- Claus crept out of the fireplace in the
Christmas in Titusvllle most Mr. W. T. Walker of Ankona is
> "- 'C't cises and tree.' The church was beautifully was a ,
: t s'tClatOk rtC t4k > Oo of Mr. Hughes in.full Santa make-
NEW YEAR'S MENU. decorated. Just inside the entrance I pleasant day, everyone seemed to vie He summoned his aids the Brown- spending the holidays with- his relatives.
1 % one Glory ", while I with each other to see who could make up. in Orlando.
greeted ,
Oyiten on Halt ShelL'Cream was ies, who entered upon the scene and went
Jt of Tapioca. on the side walls were, festoons of cedar their friends glad and happy. through numerous antics and evolution?, :Messrs. W. A. Farmer and Charlie Case

. 'j. Celery. Olives. Radishes. ii looped with the flags of all nations. The Indian River band met in the morn all dressed in the most grotesque Brownie were up from Fort Pierce to spend Christmas _
Smelts Sauted in Brown Butter.
ing and rendered a number of selections
'adorned with ,
Cucumber,Salad.. S rear of the church was costume. returning Wednesday.Miss .
Roast Turkey' Stuffed with Chestnuts V wreaths,of English holly and the words which enlivened the town up considera- All the characters acted their parts exceedingly Clara Sanders arrived yesterday
New Spinach. Potatoes Rissoles. :r bly.the stirring music had an unusually
to God In the Highest.
"Glory well, but especial mention is afternoon from Cocoa on a short visit to
t Mine Pie. Brown Bread. .Ice Cream. happy effect the people, who took
Coffee.. 5OStOk Avery interesting program was well upon due'to Master Mark Brown, :Miss Mabel the Misses Sallie and Bessie Hall.
advantage of the holiday to get away
carried out the music being greatly en
"Brown who
k J11C7i01t tOk$ iv 7RGyE0StG" Reynolds and.Miss ,
"" joyed. The songs by'the infant class and from business cares for a few hours took the leading parts. Miss,Annie Wood, of Canton, Ga., ar.'
W. M.
Send your watches lor.repairs to the fine solo "Asleep In the Deep," by recreation. The distribution of the presents next rived here yesterday, stopping over until

"Wood ward,Titusville. Work,guaranteed.We Mr. George Strahan, were worthy of Kindergarten Christmas Tree. followed and then the congregation was this morning. when she left I for Sanford.:,

are pleased to learn that Mrs. J. P. especial mention. The audience showed The beginning of the Christmas festiv- dismissed, everyone feeling that the Miss Bessie Bryan visited Cocoa.

> :Brown has about fully recovered from a great interest in the. concert recitations, ities in Titusville was a Christmas tree evening had been made, indeed, a happyone Wednesday, where she was the guest of i

;recent severe attack of fever. the first being "The Visit of the Wise given by Miss Bessie Bryan for her pupils for the little folks, and one which her friend Miss Carter, returning yester
of in Men," by four older girls, and that of will look back to with genuine <
The yawl Etta May, Daytona, in the kindergarten r* department.7 held they long
,-charge of Capt. Brownrigg, arrived here the little ones "Christmas Time The in their rooms in the public school build pleasure. regret very much that the promised .

Christmas day and spent the afternoon. visit of "The Missionary Lady" was ing, Saturday afternoon, December 22. The music on this occasion was ren- write up of the Christmas tree at
most amusing and illustrated child natureto The and friends of the little dered by Mrs. Scobie Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs.A. .
Capt C. F, Fischer expects to go to The well taken parents : LaGrange :Monday night was not sent in.
perfection. parts
:Miami with his fine Crosby cat, the EliseF. ones were invited, many o whom were K. Wilson, Miss Munshaw, Messrs. to this office.
Bernice Strahan and Nora Coward.
find by present to enjoy seeing them made happy.It Scobie Hughes and Wilson; Mrs. Wood-
., where he will probably plen'tffor Little Nellie Schofield won hearty ap- leas a beautiful sight, indeed, that ward, organist. The success of the can- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Childs, of Cocoa
: ,such a fine boat to do. her recitation spent a part of Friday and in
plause by clearly spoken greeted the eyes of the visitors as they tata is Sue largely to the efforts of Mrs. Saturday
Several Crescent juvenile wheels arrived "If You're Good." The tree was artisticin entered and beheld one of the prettiest I Woodward, who spent a vast amount of Titusville, and gave our office a pleasantcall
Titusville for Christmas its effect and well laden with presents. while here.
in presents. Christmas trees ever seen in this place, time and patience in drilling the little
One for Miss Fannie.Budge, and These were soon distributed among the with fifty-three happy, bright-faced chil- ones in their parts. Mr. John Henry has the lumber on
-one for Master: Wilson Taylor. happy waiting children. At the close "
the for
dren grouped around it. Methodist Christmas Tree. groqnd erecting a building at the

Will McFarland, is here from Stetson they were dismissed with a benedictionby The tree was decorated with festoon- Many Christmas trees have burst into corner' of Pine and Palm streets opposite

university spending ,the Christmas holidays Rev. A. D. Cohen. ings of pure white paper chain, the effectof blossom during the past week to gladden the Episcopal church

'. with his parents, and has just re.ceived THE WHITE STORE. which against the green boughs of the the hearts of the children of our town, The first Christmas tree of the holiday
his Eagle bicycle fresh from the tree was most pleasing. Many other' held
SSasdn was Saturday
but none more beautiful than that seen preceding .
We better for less
goods I
'. guarantee beautiful and decorative articles made
.factory.Mr. by Christmas in the
day kindergarten de-
money than any house in the county. at the Methodist church on the eveningof
and Mrs. F. T. Budge and their W. J. CBAYFOBDV the little kindergartners' hands, for Christmas day. In the merrymakingof partment of the public school r
Stella and Dorothy Christmas gifts to those they love, also
Misses -
little daughters, the joyous season we often lose sightof There will be preaching services in the
adorned the Besides these there
arrived Sunday to spend the Christ- tree. the holiness of Christ-child birth but
A Study In Black 1udVhite.. Methodist church on Sunday next by
and Mrs. Jas. were numerous "store bought" presents
mas holidays with Capt. here the earnest prayer and sweetly Rev. A. M.
Pritchard. All of them returned to Miami The McFarland Fruit Protection company provided by Miss Bryan for her pupils, solemn remarks of Rev. A. D. Penney Daiger, at 11 a. m. and 7 p.
m. Everyone invited.
: exceptStella; who remains here for have just gotten out an artisti and her generosity was not confined even lifted the mind to higher things. Even

.a while. study in "black and white" for the USE to those of her own department, but the children seemed to feel that this was Prof. G. W. Michaels, of Logansport,
of two distinguished entomologists, the there were pretty things for all the children than time for Ind., arrived Christmas day to spend the
Rev A.C. Sirdefield will preach at Har- more a ordinary merry-
benefit of the Florida orange growers! invited from the other departments; season at Rockledge, after a pleasant
for while their
-deeville and Point next Sabbath, making, little eyes beam-
City ,
and in fact she had in for summer at different
the total
extinction of the new orange something reserve places north.
the 30th inst., at Hardeeville at 10 a. m. ed with delight, a quiet dignity pervadedthe
pest, the white fly. all the little ones who present,
Archdeacon B. F.
and at City Point at 1:3t) p. m. Sabbath whole scene. We. felt that it was Brown's appoint
On plans suggested by :Mr. McFarlandten and not one went away without some- ments for Dec. 30th
school at City Point after preaching. All I good to be there. Sunday, are as follows -
invited. tents have been constructed for Professor thing to gladden his little heart. : St. Gabriel's church, Titusvill,. : ..
Baptist Tree.
are Woodworth of the California Experiment The room was darkened and the tree -.t.c -
11 a. m., and St. Mark's, Cocoa, at nigtit.- .$
Fred Scobie sailed with the yawl Merle station, at Berkley, Cal., and was lighted up with numerous colored Christmas evening the Baptist Sunday
5. Tuesday afternoon to Grant, where he Professor Gossard, of the Florida Exper- candles, which added much to the effectof school had a Christmas tree at the residence The usual church services at the Presbyterian -

takes charge of the branch fishing department iment station, at Lake City, and one the scene. of Dr. J. B. Screven. The tree church on Sunday next by the r

owned by his father, Mr. Geo. tent on the style of the tent used in California The entertainment was begun with appropriate -: was bright with paper chain and gifts for pastor, Rev. J. A. Hughes, at 11 a. m.

W. Scobie. George Scobie, Jr., who has for fumigating purposes in large exercises by the children, andit ; the little people. After a song and a few and 7:15 p. nr. You are cordially invited.

been in charge of the Grant department, groves. Some of the tents are of black was delightful to notice the willingness recitations from the children, the gifts The Progressive Culture club will give

has returned home for while. : and some of white material, and are of and zest with which they entered were distributed, and the happy children their; entertainment tonight (Friday) at

Capt. A. W. Buie arrived home Sun- the following sizes: 1 tent, 34 feet high upon their little duties, and their cheer- and their friends went to their homes the opera house. Admission 25 cents.

,day from a six week's tour through Illinois by 25 feet in diameter tents, 30 feet ful and happy obedience in following any with hearts full of thanks to Mrs. Screven You should certainly attend, by all

Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi high by 25 feet in diameter; two tents, 12 direction of their kind and loving teacher. for a most pleasant evening. means.

Alabama and Louisiana for the F. E. C. : feet high by 12 feet in diamater; 1 tent They seem to recognize her as their Miss Bryan, the teacher in the kinder't

"Tail way, with which company he holds (the California style), 11 feet high by 16 friend. Progressive Culture Club's En garten department of our public school,

the position of traveling freight agent. feet in diameter, also one sheet tent, 64 After the singing, recitations, etc., of tertainment. requests that all pupils in her departmentbe t

He informs us that Florida will have a feet square. the little ones, came the distribution of The Progressive Culture club's entertainment on hand promptly next Monday
These have been shipped to Ellenton the presents, and the real happiness
large tourist travel this season. to be given this (Friday) even morning for school.
on the Manatee river, where the first ex- which they afforded and which was so
Capt. John Sirnonson has his party periments in the use of hydrocyanic acid plainly manifested by the recipients was ing in the Opera House, Titusville, prom- Mr. Thomas, of Lyons, Ken., who has

boat, the sloop Why 'Not, in completetrim gas will be made in the effort. to destroythe sufficient compensation for every: effort ises to be very entertaining. The ladies been eagerly looked for by Dr. Dodson
for the winter. This is one of the have prepared the following program: and family, arrived yesterday a visit.
white fly. The tents of black are for put forth in preparing for the occasion. on
most commodious party boats on the in of all box of PEOGBAM. Mrs. Thomas arrived here on a visit to
use the daytime, as the effect of thesun's Last a oranges, donatedby
river and the captain's reputation is too Cornet solo-___________Miss Ruth Woodward her parents about three weeks
rays on a white tent is to neutralizethe Supt. Sams, was distributed each ago.
known to need Recitation,"Fish Story"------Miss Munshaw
wide and Whoever favorably secures the Why any Xot chemical combination which forms I child getting a generous share. Then, Vocal Solo_________-_____Miss Daisy Brady Mr.: D. S. DeVinne, of New York, the

praise. will be fortunate.Mr. the gas. The cost of making the appara. after many hearty thanks, congratulations Gaiety Dance_____________Miss Louise Brown well/ known publisher and member of
in charter tus for trees of a similar size in Californiais and good wishes all dispersed in Vocal Solo____---__________Miss Aleph Minis the DeVinne Press, arrived in town yes-
Henry Gaillard, of St. Augustine, three times that charged by Mr. Me- their respective ways to enjoy the weekof Recitation, "A Legend of Bregenz"____ terday for a short stay, and will yisit his

until recently with the First National Farland, besides the latter do away with holiday. -_________...._____Mrs. A. K. Wilson pineapple farm at Malabar.

Bank of St. Augustine a gentleman well the clumsy derrick used to hoist them Presbyterian Christmas Tree. Vocal Solo_______________Mrs. R. \V. Rhodes Rev. A. M. Daiger, recently appointed .
known all over Florida, has entered upon into position. While the cloth used is ofthe Cornet Solo--------------- Grace Reid
his duties of acting cashier of the Com material the method of On Christmas eve the people of our I Eecitation___.._____________Mrs. Dr. Rollins by conference to the Titusville-Cocoa
same ,
______ ___ charge of Methodist church arrived
town all congregated at the Presbyteriau Vocal Solo, "Just One Girl" h ,
mercial Bank of Jacksonville, during the ment to render the tents capable of holding __________________Master Mark Brown here yesterday. His former charge was
absence of Mr. Rawlinson, who has taken the gas in Caliafornia made it three church. The large room was crowded to Eecitation____________________Miss Elsie Ives at Mayo, in the western part of the state.
an indefinite leave of absence owing to times the original weight. The additional its fullest extent, all anxious to witness Comic Song______________-Mrs. R. W. Rhodes
impaired health. weight by the McFarland methodof the rendition of the Christmas cantata Instrumental Solo._________:Miss Aline Brady Mr. Jas. Paine and wife, of Cocoa,

treatment amounts to but one-half by the Sunday school children. Recitation________.._______Mrs. Dr. Rollins spent a part of Friday and Saturday in
Jr. an-1
Mr. and Mrs. .JM. S. Jones, the The interior of the church was quite Vocal Solo_________________Miss Daisy Brady town with Mr. and Mrs. C. Bouknight.Mrs. .
ounce to yard.
from their visit
Miss Sallie Hall returned decorated with in Pictures. : Paine Miss
profusely designs Flor- Living nee Beulah Bouknight,
Woodworth is delighted with
to St. Lucie Monday, Miss being the General admission 25 Doors met number of her
ida moss. Directly over elevated cents. a friends while in
the of Mr.
her brother Mr. Geo. simplicity McFarland's design
accompanied by stage a house gable had been arranged, open at 7:30 p. m. Performance beginsat town:
and the ease with which it works.
of Sebastian
B. Hall and wife baby, ,
all of while around the 8 o'clock sharp. Let hun
moss, room on everyone Mr. and Mrs. Canova of
Christmas week her New Smyrna,
who are spending walls were several appropriate designs in out and patronize home talent.
We regret to learn of Mrs. Jones' severe Sells and Gray's Shows. I arrived here Wednesday- to locate as Mr.-
moss, consisting of harps, lyre, heart, Canova
is in the employ of the McFar
illness from fever during her stay at St. Mr. James Andrews, who assumes the
Sells and Gray's combination shows land Fruit Protection
Lucie but glad to see her about again. etc.The duties of his office at- company.lr8..
new as prosecuting
Christmas::; tree was on the rostrum
gave an exhibition here last Friday afternoon Canova was formerly a resident of Titus-
Dr. Rollins attended her. torney for Brevard county next week, has
where the lectern
preceded by a street parade in directly generally ville and
we are pleased to see her here
Sheriff Brown captured a negro at the morning about 11 o'clock. This was stands, and it was decorated with many just lately purcha..ced'le brick building again.

Rockledge the latter part of last week the largest show that has visited Titus- vari-colored paper chains and scores of' opposite the clerk's office, known familiarly

who is wanted in Volusia county for sell- ville, and included a menagerie, whichwas handsome presents while packed beneath as the "Abstract office," owned by The naphtha stern wheeler Widgeon,

ing liquor without a license near or in very interesting to many. In the on the floor, under the large I the Robbins & Graham company nowloct.upied of the Canaveral club, met with another

Ormond. The man had succeeded in menagerie were included a large ele- branches, were many gifts too heavy or bv M. Goldsmith, Esq., and A. unfortunate mishap after securing her

evading Sheriff Turner, and made his phant, the African ox, camel, yak, cumbersome to be attached to the I D. Penney, Esq. Mr. Andrews will occupy new shaft last week, and the same had to

way into Brevard, thinking he would sacred ox, lion, leopard, hyena, branches of the tree. same with the advent of the new be taken to Jacksonville again for re-

not be apprehended here, but Sheriff wolf, several deer, paroquets and a Promptly at 7 o'clock the choir ren- year, and will use it for his law office. pairs, returning Tuesday afternoon. Witha

Brown was too much for him. cage of monkeys. Only an afternoon ex- dered the opening anthem, "Messiah Is NOTICE. shaft of much larger diameter it is expected

The train service on trains No. 11 and hibition was given, as the appointmentat King" followed by prayer by the pastor. I will sell for $15 cashor will exchangefor it will be able to stand the strain. \.

12 between New Smyrna and Titusvillewas West Palm Beach next day would not Then another selection by the choir pre- something of equal value, one pointer Among the arrivals on the belated

discontinued Tuesday and the former admit of the evening exhibition, which ceded the cantata.In bitch, well trained, a good retriever, 18 train Saturday afternoon was Miss Annie :

service of trains 1, 2, 3 and 4 between was quite a disappointment to a number the first part of this cantata two months old; also one fine dog pup, pointer Paddison, who brought her little nephew,

New Smyrna and Orange City Junction from down the river, who came upon the children appear in the wood, Blanche, two months old, pedigreed stock, for George Robbins, back home from North

has been restored. By this arrangement belated northern train especially to take the little girl, assumed by little Miss $5; also have Grist champion pit games Carolina, where he has been for several

Titusville becomes the terminus of the in the show. They, however, could takein .Mabel Reynolds, is discontented by beingin for sale at $5 per trio. M. G. ELLIS, months with his grand parents. It was .'

Sanford division again, which brings the the town, and our merchants, no the wood at night time, while Harold Melbourne, Fla. on account of little Georgie's poor health J

entire force on this division back here doubt, reaped the benefit of what the her playmate, taken by Master Mark that lisa Annie returned, but she is glad .
New This change is most show might have had. The features in Brown, assures her that he will take care Cabbage Plants For Sale to be back on Indian river, and will '
acceptable from to the employes as well as the the great tent were all first-class, and the of her, etc., when a number of fairies appear $1.50 per thousand. Apply to P.J. Hall, spend the winter here with her sister, \\

citizens of Titusville. management was highly pleased with with their queen, and assure them Titusville. Mrs. G. M, Robbins. .

the large attendance in such a small their protection. The fairies' godmother Orange Grove For Sale. .
For Sale.
Cabbage Plant For Sale. town. A special train of 12 cars was also appears and calls up Little Red Riding
$1.50 thousand. Apply to P.J. Hall, .to transport the show from Hood, G9lden Hair, Cinderella, and One of the finest groves in Brevard: Ten acres' hammock land, three acres
per county; five acres, under good wire fence, low and seven acres excellent for
Claus all of whom orange
Santa make
Titusville. place to place. From Florida they go to lastly at Shiloh, with 400 boxes of fruit on land, located near the Nolle grove at Shi-
GASOLINE ENGINES. Cuba, and the elephant with the show, it their appearanee in the fireplace at the same this winter. Will sell with or with- loh; can be had at a bargain, if taken at

Illustrated folder free. Address W. P. is said, will be the first one on that island rear of the scene. The fairy queen was out present crop. Write ute qn: *to S. care once. Address T., care STAR office, Titus- '
represented by :Miss Jeanette Wilson; STAR office, Titnsvillp_ "Ssw ville.
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; GK'JkOkOrK' tSO>rt..KG. >'KO't '" '4 r .
CkOt; >XOR "He was a.tease,but he .; '; '" -/- V''" "
was a hand 1 1
) LOST: some toy -'she'conclud d. guide,or direct hin -.out.Qf it. Ned stopped J
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... 1W HFY ] ; 'TJ en*castSng 'ed': out:'.. of her laughed grimly"and cursed' himself
:i thoughtssh for an unmitigated fool in' .
PINEWOODS f ersropp edtogather.a; -grfjat attempt L
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glorious holly; .
: .' ;1 Continued ,1

_: atCCX.',$ ." "k k la'. Tbexttanee.was" : greater;than Clem, on page 6. 4 0 p
} had -
supposed, and the:aftemotsn''had

C:: I name up her was. Clemens: darkenedjcgnslderably-when: her, flamIng The' Beat'PJaater.
'&LEM-her hf branches "of berries w er ,tied with A. piece of flannel dampened with j '
: Jlll: ||rcolla'up- 'a wIspTDf ray7moss and she Chamberlain's Pain,Balm and bound to i Foley & 'C*.: .. fiGEKTLEMEN
throat and .struck turned to the affected : :-! dada
is severe cold rhfcb settled ea,
parts superior' to'any
.. go bQmet,.
mylnngs. "I
woods.iCpu'rsuit: of ;: A plaster. When troubled with lame back or tried a number of advertised remedies
-lioHyrberries, for:thas the dayT&efore ;Skirting-the: edge 'bOhe "Branch,!*: pains in the side. or chest,give it a trial and several physicians, but received no benefit I was

..NeW;( ear's; '. as those' staramlets. Which cut through'the' and you ,are certain to be more than in despair when Foley's 'Honey and Tar was recommended .
", ..Clem was a joyous.. "pine forestsare: called she came pleased with the'prompt. relief which i t but-a few doses gave great relief. I could

: ::pretti and veiy.llgbt' young girl, very .to. a sudden halt.- affords. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism. sleep, and the hacking' cough ce sed.. Two bottles

;! white.-pottage hearted, the only' From which side had she come?"And One application' gives.relief. For sale by cored me entirely. It'.saved' my life.
; out Wilson & S: F. FRITZ
.skirts, of the how rapidly;'twilight Son. ,
drops into
village. night;
besides Dr. ; '
Ran- ;: Sedpict St. Chicago,m.
"dolpu, her father, and old, these, short December days!
NanceK their The
.housekeeper. ...her.farmer.nurse.. Of course she. passed .that big elm: best advertisement is not the one
.nemg...-.- 11-- and- and!those nanru....and-. which'mei-lv-" drawA---n_ th...... 'aHon...."...+.IUU; n, 1-UUII..."
unacquaInted :with theworld's the one which draws
'- i Clem the attention and rr
was bewildered,and
gayetfes '
beyond an occasional confess then says something of worth.
simple-gathering,and an evening afthe most reluctantly thatebe; did hot

theater.or.:opera"-when know whether she came by the right
on-'a short
; ; visit Lost.
to relatives in, :Ne\ ... or by the left.
QrieanSj-Clem's have lost
( Many confidence
pleasure?;,consisted in much reading, Her,heart gave a flutter as the:word as well as health, because they .hope have
unlimited .rambles through woods raa> through' her mind but; she been told their kidney disease :was incur B. B. WTXSON SOX. 1

;and, dowptlae, country roads and'much. had lived' all her short life more or'less able. Foley's Kidney Cure is a guaran : .
;practice on her violfn. in the froods, ,so beyond slight tre- teed remedy for the discouraged and dis Florida -

:reputation'For;.an'invalid had sought violinist' ; refuge.of talent in that,and mor What'Clem added was'not'to Clem's,frightened.> -'bewildermentwas consolate.--- .Wilson & Son. East Coast Ry.

balmy pine region to".rebuild the light snow-whlch"cOvered tine writing is an very well 19 admire
broken and shattered up all paths and' made,everything un- in an advertisement, but does it set forth I bOCTH $ PNDCReadBowa.In jJ
by Effect
< and arduous continuous familiar. the merits of the. goods fully? That is Sept.,00). (Read Up) NORTH BOUND
work and beIng Dr. the all a3U o. '
Randolph's'patient., had become Clem's But for that Clem might have real- +I 4. exSu Daily D&11t Dat 7 No.88.. STATIONS. No. 28. Daily'a7so.82 Dally No.12 td

., teacher, :with pleasure ized where she was goingand not de- ( Davy .
and. profit to The White Mans' ..:!; ro W& Lv... .. '--- __
P4 .
flected Burdenis p
Jacksonville...... CA
-both., away, as she did toward a 0 ...... 815p 1110& Ar....... < .Ar 7SOpl016ft i.....
stretch of usually ,0, ...... St. Augustine .......Lv 620p> 906a.. H
Professor heavily timbered indigestion, which means top 11 1 .LT...... St.
Andrade swamp no Augustine..,...
a first graduate ...... .Ar 815p 9 Ola500p ......
'land appetite, sleeplessness 570 II 49a ..........
'from the Berlin totally unfamiliar. Night was irritability, weariness = Hastings .........Lv 4)p S2 a .... Da t'd 4H
conservatory, declared 6122p[ [2gp
of body and brain. ., U ir..Ea8t Palatka........ "
Dr. 2 812 ...... Q
'Clem drawing on Loyal Ford's a
had! with cruel =. T; ._ .
natural rapidity and .
great musical Dyspepticide Ar...........Palatka. .
gifts, the forest is a new and perfect cure. ..... F-4 ...,.. .v 745a8S5a ...... a a
.and shades'were
Clem a Lv..Palatka.
never tired of her violin. deepening into i It aids digestion .... .....At.LT 5 tip ... ... tQ;
tones and -
' black regulates the t12 = ...... 1 ..... .. c+ 0
The patches and somber P Ar..SanMateo ...... .. ::::
weather vistas 0
had been unprecedent- stomach. Wilson & Son. e.4 e 0 ..... 1 R ...... H
above as Clem looked E-4 600aLT..San14ateo.........Ar 735p. .. .... 1- td.:
edly cold all up, she could ..
through November and W .... 11fP 12 1) LT...... tD r.i
in the early part of December a flurry seea few-stars beginning to glimmer. She-Papa didn't refuse to listen to Q 0, ............ I >P 126p ...........Ormond............Ar.LT 553p 402p 8l6a600a ....*...... ..
155p 137p ......... % 0
of snow had fallen, Suddenly she, remembered with 'terror you then? .. .Dajtona.... ... II blp 1m ..... '
making, the woods i I4 d 806p 141p .........PortOrange..::.;... 0 ..
,beautiful as it that she had leftthe, house without He-Not a bit. Said 580a 826p 2lop .......oN 1 410 .
capped the'green boughsand he liked me 1 tj e'v Smwr na........ II I
seeing dear old Nance his gave .M... 353a ...... 233p ...........Oak Hill......... top tfJ
spread or telling her consent ...
a white carpet over the and asked me to to 830a ...... .......... SQOP h. :
-L_____ .. forgive = TUusyillQ......;.... .". c.+
anythIng about her nrnnnmA him! ...... ...... 230
nnneafter t ...
WU:5ses: anu tntCk bed ,. 3'in'j ..... .
tallen pIne -- ---- 'i ""' to ; City Point ........
I qFor ,..... ...... : 155p ......
holly 3 I5 .......... .j. ;a
berries. a
ieedles .Coeoa. .
d ........
underfoot.. S ... 141p ......
The 'a'4 .. ..... S ..........Rockledge......... II It td:
This New Year's wind was rising, and-well Hoarseness. 0 .....4 44 .......... 1tJp ......
eve the air EauGalli.......... "
cold, still and biting and was night; and darkness had come. Clem Ben,. Ingerson of Hutton '-' .4 .. ...................... 421p ...........Melbourne.......... 1131> ............
when lOOp
in the Ind., I. V1 .... 504p .......... .1 I
says PoselaniJ.. ........ ".
.afternoon, Dr. Randolph started was lost In the heart of the woods. he had not spoken above b 'p4 m ....... ....... 09P .... .. : 226p..';... .. .:.
off in a whisper for > ..... .. .. Sebastia.n..1 : ...... ...... n ;
Clem f:: .. ... ... ....
his: went steadily forward months, and one bottle OJ .... b38p St. Lucie .......... "
buggy to visit an old bedridden knowing of Foley's Honey ...... ...... 600p .........Fort ...... .,.... ... =
/Acadian that if she stopped she and Tar restored his voice. 0 ..... ...... Pierce......... 1222p....... ...... _,
woman'ten miles would be It is used 62i'p ........... .. CD
a E-t ..
Nance Tibbals ......... Q
away E-4 ...... ...... ...... ...... ..
thousand very largely ........
times by 681p .....
'put an extra overcoat on the cushions more frightened. Wilson & Son. speakers and singers. ,.. ....... ....... 8330 ...........Jensen Eden ................ II ...... ...... a'9 O.
..... 44
And At last Clem's .... ...... .. 1055a....... ......
hot steps faltered.
bricks 0 643p ......... .
wrapped in Stag- .Stuart...... .
.... toi
carpeting to gering, she sat Q tj ............. 713p .........Robe ...... ........
down ...,. "
Sound. ...
exhausted <
keep his feet .
at the .....
warm and Clem slipped Sure V ..... ...... '128p ........West ....TQ
a flask in his pocket as'she kissed foot of a tall pine, in whose branches Sign.-Mamma-You have be ..., .... 80'.1 ......West Palm Jupiter......... II" .............. 0 '.
him come fond ..... .. .. Beach. ... 1045a........ ...... a
the of
night breezes were very Mr. Haggard in quitea E-4 = 8trp .......... Boynton .......... II b
.goodby, standing on the steps between playing as on short m ...... ..::.. 836p ............ ...... ...... d Cat
time. t1J .....
the wheels to do so. an Eolian harp. "On, Dleu de bonte Daughter-Why, mamma, ... ...,.. ...... .....Fort Delray .... 4< ....... ...... toi..
exclaimed what makes think that ...... ...... ..1007p9M.p ........ Lauderdale. .. ................ i }
Clem you ? :Mamma .Lemon .. :
lapsing Into City. .:. U'r. ...
don't r:1 ...
stay late. Be sure you French I I overheard ...... ...... 1015p Ar---- .Miami . ..... 7 23a ...... !
her mother's you telling him 7 ISa ... .. .. .
come back before the train comes In, tongue, as she often did I ..L.. ., ..... last night _Rn"'A_v... .D..l........ue.IACtl_ 1'1___ uu_ t.,
: under excitement Mar IJB was tau naieiui for 'Jra1Il3 and 1
for you know Ned Is coming or when In distress. anything
'. tonight i But her -Philadelphia Press. Between Jacksonville, Pablo Beach
.she warned. French blood soon asserted RO.27 No.f tfoJT No.15 and Mayvort. '

"We have partridges for Itself, and, rousing, she peered around Sun Sun Daily Daily STATIONS. v' Watt &" &
supper, remember
f she in the darkness which For Pneumonia. Only only ex&u208p exSu Dally Daily Sun
caUed'out enveloped all
J the doctor's as. Dumps things. What was that dark Dr. C. J. Bishop of SSOp 2fJlp 5510 813a LT. ................Jacksonville.. ............. ezSu only
r cob, started out at a pace object c Agnew, Mich., flSSp 538p 823a Ar. .............So. Jacksonville....... .Ar 745aT3 TOOP 600 :::::
[ that meant business. a little way oft? Clem got up and began says: "I have used Foley's Honey and 7 l1p 235p 6C5p 850a9l5a ...............Pablo Beach. .................Lv" 1a 452p Uep: ..... ,

" Nodding backward gayly the doctor I a cautions approach. monia Tar in the three very month severe cases of pneu- 1 BOp 300p 83Op ............ .....Mayport.. ........ ..... 71845a 0a 4 42p oop 525600p .......IIt..
past with "
i; swept down the street and disappeared Her heart gave a bound of pleasure Wilson & Son. good results. Between New SmJrna and Oranges' Between TJtuniJle and Sanford.

around a curve. recognizing an abandoned coal burn- City Juuotbnl E

; "I wonder what that silly, tiresome er's hut. Her Conscience I o', STAtIONS.No.2.. 1 No.I1 Lv..... .....S. 'A' IONS. Not)
Wasn't Titusville ..
boy Ned has The door, as she pushed It Troubled.-"If I 8Lv..New mvrna.........Ar/ 650p 713a ........... '" .Ar
grown to be? said Clem open ....... Minis.............Lv
any people call Lake .... .H
Xorah .....
aloud to herself as she inspected the though sagged, still held on its hinges them I be sure to tell 4S6P//) .. .... .Orange City........ (324p 85t1 8 "" ...................-Osteen............ 11m.
I am out. What are I) .. ( .Enterprise.......... II
and, feeling you waiting r .Orauge Ci:, Junction... 113ba
supper table, already daintily set with around Clem found a for? It doesn't disturb Afl trains 93'bAr...?......anford.. ......... 1001
i old sliver and cut glass.. piece of candle sticking to a board and does it?" "Oh your conscience, city Junction between dally New except myrna Sunday.and Orange AU trains between Titusville and Swor4
no, ma'am I'm
I some scattered hard- daily
, In the center matcbes.Clem.s except Sunday.
a huge bunch These Time
of Tables
narcissuses ened to it. show the times
I've worked at which trains
heart for society liars from the several may be expected to arrive and dep\rl
4 i and hyacinths was beating furiously. stations, but their arrival
was placed, for the or departure at the times
teed stated
ma'am.-Cle\'eland Plain Dealer. nor does the Company hold itself is not guara t
doctor was somewhat of a gourmet, Suppose they were too old to light? tog therefrom. responsible for any delay or any consequences art*

; .:and his life abroad and In But the one she scratched sputtered .
big cities
and lit,. ft ev dId_n_ 1-*AH-- I'fln.l1-__......, .fi...*.\.u si {'1Iyx It.lll... When the stomach is- tirf'd--- -- ont.... .w if. .uu tm,4have .. Peninsular and Occidental
f found herself In a hut begrimed with food. a rest Kodol; but we cannot live without S. S. Co. '

smoke bare, but clean Dyspepsia Cure "digests CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
In which were what "
you so that
you can eat ail 1
a rude bench, a table and a heap of the good food you want, while restoring HAVANA LINE. _

,dried pine needles in the corner. the digestive organs to health. It is th Leave Miami Tuesdays: ..............11.00p.m. Arrive Key West

Clem sank down with an exclamationof only preparation that digests all kinds of Leave Leave Key Havana West Thursdays Wednesdays.................10.40 8.30 p.m. Arrive Havana Thursdays.Wednesdays..11.O4a.e ......... 5.00&. m a.

hysterical gladness. Placing her food. Wilson & Son. Leave. Key West Thu1'8days......... 6.00 a.,m.... Arrive*Key ri We t Thursdays........ 8.30 P. m.
bunch of berries p. Arrive mi Fridays., ... ...... ...... a.*w\\.. .m.... .
on the table, Clem -- .

closed the door and drew the bench The Ultimate Cause.-"But why is it KEY WEST LINE. .

against It, while the asked the thoughtful Leave Miami Fridays.............. ..11.00p.m. Arrive West
of wooden shutter Chinese, "that I Leave Key West :Sundays: .......... .. Op. m. Arrive Key Miami Saturdays... 11.00 a. m.
the window was held may go to heaven Mondays-------------- 6.3Q*.
fast by Its your while I may not Passengers for Havana can leave Miami a.
I w. rude fastening. i to 11:-00 a. m., an-1 Fridays ll.W) p. m., arriving Key West
go your country? The American remain in Key West until 9OJ p. m. Sunday following, and Saturday-
on the at that
Steamship time learn
oN Throwing' herself the missionary "Olivette arriving Havana Monday morning.
on soft mat of shrugged his shoulders. I
pine needles Clem "There's For copy of local time card address
sent a'prayer heav- no labor vote in heaven," said : any Agent.

;c enward whose anguished intensity she, he.-Pnck. .

being 17 years had never imagined. ..QUICK TIMEWASHINGTON
/ .
Throbbing Headache
There were various vexatious delays. Would quickly leave you if you used

\ The evening train on which Edward Dr. King's New Life Pills Thousands of ,
Iv sufferers have
Singleton was leisurely proved their matchless BALTIMORE
smoking was mer- PHILADELPHIA
it for sick .
and ,
nervous headaches.
run at Increased
speed to make They
up make NEW
1 lost time. pure blood and strong nerves and 4 YORK,
build up your health. Easy to
Suddenly there were a crash, shouts them. Only 25 cents, money back if not LOUISVILLE, t

cries and a terrific commotion an aw- cured. Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son, drug- ATLANTA
bumpIng, n ti fee I Tin? on/I rO1l'inO' erists. { +

"UU, DIEU DE BOXTEJ" EXCLAIMED %1g1. noise, a shattering-- of glass--and- -direful--e ., 5 BIRMINGHAM;; MEMPHIS,

Laving left Its mark upon him his was shrieks, and the coach toppling halfway WANTED-Active man of good character- R A I L W A Y CHATTANOOGA, ;1

a choice aestheticism with an Insist- over, stood still. to tablished deliver and collect in Florida for old es ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY

ence for tasteful and ornamental surroundings Tearing his way out, Ned realized $900 manufacturing wholesale house- ,
a *
year sure
so that their table was always what the accident was. experience Honesty Our reference more ,than. And all Points East and West

rarely well appointed.The Running over a terrified cow, the engine blink in any city. Enclose self-addressed any .

f absence of decoration struck was derailed. It had torn its stamped envelope. Manufacturers, third
floor,-331 Dearborn St, Chicago. CJ NO OTHER LINE
Clem as she gave a few touches to the through an adjoining field, where It SER AFFORDS
celery olives and wintergreen. finally stood, panting and hissing,while i .I:

Donning a warm. suit and a fur lined !, two coaches were wrecked and the one Tried Friends Best.

jacket without telling Nance of her intention In which Ned had been was overturned Forthirty THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, I

she started off toward a spot and ditched.Of yearsTutt's Pills have Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. ,

she knew some miles away, where the crew and passengers no one proven a blessing to the invalid. THE

along the high bank of a shallow, riotous was killed but it was ascertained that Are truly the sick UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, .
stream grew trees of luxu- there were contusions Innumerable, friend. Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.

riant perfection."I while night had already come. A Known Fact I THE CINCINNATI AND

wonder what he has developed Ned was a good walker and the pros- FLORIDA LIMITED, "

into? He used to be a detestable and pect did not appall him specially.He For bilious headache, dyspepsiasour Via Jesup.

hateful boy," mused Clem, reverting would get to Dr. Randolph's late; stomach, malaria.constipa- THE CINCINNATI DAY t

back mentally to the expected arrival but, It being New Year's eve, no one EXPRESS, I

by the evening train of Edward Singleton would be In bed before 12, an excellent tion and all kindred diseases. Via Jesup.

whose property, until he becameof hour-tor supper. TUTT'S Liver PILLS I

age, had been looked after by the Ned remembered with pleasure the Through Vestlbuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room

tfoctor according to the will of his old epicurean tastes of the doctor.A AN ABSOLUTE CURE.PARKER'S Sleeping Cars Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Card. '

time friend Ned's father. short cut! At the crossroads! J

"Eight years! That's a long time" Straight across country! Excellent! Through via ASheville Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Cinci>iaatQ) .
mused Clem. Ned buttoned his overcoat, lit.a cigar '" HAIR BALSAM and Knoxvii i, through "THE LAND OF THE SKY.) ; '.' ,

"Well 'hope his travels have improved took his handbag and, bidding adieu to 0IecIeI Promote and ft laxuritnt betatifaj the halt .

him, for his college dais were the wrecked train and lamenting passengers If Hair ever to:rails iU to Youthful Restore growth.Color.Gray in Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated I

bad enough." struck out for the village by Cure JOe*,and t.. eu A hair.filling. Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville. .

"Heigh ho! I wish he would... stay cutting through the woods and followIng ,

away and not tumble: down on us- to'o the old military road. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS it Very Low Riles oa Silo 1m 110 1 Sjl, 30.1 BOD J

, spoil our delightful New'Y ar's. I nev To; Edward 'Singleton's utter aston- j
.- For rates, schedules and Information, call on address I.I IG .
er could stand him. r- Jshment.. \ hour's brisk walk he CUBES WNEBE ALL ELSE or
Clem .recalled what a Villainous s realized that not only had he lost the! Best Cough 8yrup. .Tastes Good. Use #. !. COSBY, T. P. A., f

: tease Ned had been when on his visit government road, but that he was In Intima. Sold by druggists- J. Da'. GULP, .ate will rest., S1* West B7 Street,laoDonTlU.,JIA. 1

; to them during vacation. the trackless forest with nothing tot rei Traffic M n gsiend the-essre.accus4WuhJn Robbing and I U f 8. H. HABDWICX, :

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:?;: f SOCIETIES ci' i-Tbi first of the centarj'TOW,, mlUMPTION
,ETC V resolutions'tor the that
, .. r'i'lTVsVILtE Yet for.the old we drop ateu.V, newfjrear _. are _
: ':' BOARD OF 'TEAEE-iC 8.' V E'en while we are welcoming yea, always put Into. practice-and all have _.. always bring high prices,

.,;,' 0 4-_....0.';, :, ,Jones,president.,...J.'M.'DLron, treastrrerjJ; V .lamemory dear of tb '-dead old year V their! -devotees,'even If the turning"over -<- -" _

:.. j .:, G.Bast, secretary. Meets second Wednes- \ bolft'uz a friendship or two. of a brand new leaf only lasts a week. Do not think To raise V

'! ._day_night_ _in_.each_ month_ _, _'at their_ _rooms._ V There' Is one system of starting the V for a single ... successfully -,

:: I ,F.&jLMv-Indian'mnrJodgeNo.9Oho1ds new y.ear. however that has lost at : moment thatconsumption

:- T; its meetings the second and fourth Friday least one devotee for all time In New a' fertilizer con-

g' evenings of each month at the court house. OrIe nsV; About! 2 o'clock Jast New V _

A. LStewartW.LF.LMorgauSec'y.: Year's .morning: /after the ,usual usherIng will ever' strike taming at least 8 %
In of the and the family you a.
i-T: TOWNDIEECTORYi new year as -
: was about to retire, the head of the I blow. It does
r i- ; Potash should be used V
: .TONOFFICERS.-L D. .Penney thatway.
mayor; VV house told of an ,old :custom that was not .
;M. S. Jpnes Jr.?marshal and tar collector; '- V
; -- C.;8. Schayler; clerk and treasurer; John In vogue when he was a boy. He explained ..
Henry1&ssessorDLGaulden, F. A.. Los- that .in his boyhood everybody It 'creeps its V Our books furnish useful information oc : .

*' .ley, J.3L :Dixon, W. It. Knox, Jno.E. Walker would openthe Bible,at random on the way along. all subjects relatingVGERMAN tocrop. ,.
,, cooncilmen. The council. meets first ______ first of-the year and the first text his raisingThey' are
Tuesday jn each month. .first, you k&x
AAV eye should rest on would be a guide think V it is a V sent free. :
.COUNTY.: DIRECTORY. for his conduct during the coming .
c year.The 1- '
: little cold -..
-I ,COUNTY OFFICER.,.-D.L.Ganlden.Titus-: custom found ready acceptance KALI WORKS

Tille, county judge; M. Goldsmith .Titus-- V and one young hopeful produced ,a nothing but a '93 Nassau Street, I IV

: ville,. prosecuting attorney A.A..Stewart Bible, and. letting It fall open, his fin "r littlehackingcough New York..
Titosville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Woot- then a little loss :
fell on following text from ;
ger the
en,Cocoa, tax assessor;E.W.Hall,Sharpes, \V -
tax, collector John Henry, Titnsville, Zechariah, chapter I. 2: "The Lord .. in weight ; then a harder j. :' V : : I

? treasurer' J..H. Sams Courtenay, superin hath been sore displeased with your cough; then the fever V -

tende tusville t public instruction; J. O. Fries,Ti- fathers." It is needless to say that QO and the night sweats. V VVVVk VV I ": V:' '
,county surveyor J. P. Brown, Ti' V
i: tusville, sheriff;T.J. Cockahntt, LaGrange, other member of the family was coaxedto I Better stop the disease lV :
; registration officer. try the old custom.-New Orleans
while it is
Times-Democrat : ..... yet creeping.. ,
;; COUNTY COMMISSIONED. B. Walker, Setter cure cougn
" ;\ '- Titusville,chairman W.H. 50 YEARS' '
; Sharpe,Sharpes; V
Jos.. Mendel. LaGrange: Jno. Houston. Eau V /% a Help is needed at once,when person's 2 today.Youcandoitwith. EXPERIENCETRADE
Ik. (fame; .i. vt. tviuier, Regular life is A V sessions Our hopes are with thee. young one, in dangfer. neglected cough or I
W ;: .: are held first- fuesdayin. .each month. Such hopes as have weathered the blast, cold may soon become serious and should

.- : COUNTY SCHOOL BOABD.-J. M. Dixon, Of fame this year or fortune won. be stopped at once. One :Minute Cough '
; ; Tltasville; S. F. Gibbs, Melbourne E. E. Withheld from us waiting: the last V Cure quickly'cures'coughs and colds and ver'PctoraI 1
Mims, Bonaventure.: Some great task dane, last year begunOr the worst cases of croup, bronchitis; : "
planned in our dreams of the past. and
grippe other throat and lung

:.. It"- It&t pt "t "t 'ti k Fair child there's one at least who prays troubles. .Wilson & Son. efiel'r MARKS

.: 1 That thou mayst bring less sorrow, DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
NEW YEAR'S Bring fewer long and weary days It Works Both Ways.-"The vulgarity &c.

And more like the blessed tomorrow, of wealthy people is so much more no- Anyone sending a sketch and description mar
$ With longing gaze at sunset rays, quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
J FOLKLORE.i So sweet from the future to borrow. ticeable than that of poorer'ones.." invention is probably paten table. Communica

-Buffalo Express. -Yes. And at the same time it's so sent tions free.strictly Oldest for Handbook securing on patents.Patent

+ OTHER DAYS. = :I i. much more endurable."-Cleveland Plain Patents taken through Mann & Co. receive
. W' When I tpeeial notice without charge, in the
::. 0 0 'iiC 'iC 'tt"c: a you a soothing and healing Dealer" The pressure on the
antiseptic application for any purpose chest is lifted that feel Scientific JlmeriC U.
: -. EARTY use the i ,
expressions of goodwishes original De Witt's Witch Hazel

: s-;. .. H- for a happy aid prosperous Salve, a well-known cure for piles and used Among Chamberlain's the tens thousands Cough Remedy who have for V ing of suffocation is removed culation Atandsomely of any illustrated scientltio Journal.weekly. Largest Terms, $3 cir a

.. & New Year are the greetIng skin diseases; it; heals sores without colds and la grippe during the few and you are cur- year; tour months,f L Sold b111U newsdealers.

: : for this season. But, It we leaving.Wilson a& Son.scar. Beware of counterfeits. years, to our knowledge, not a single past case b ed. You can stop that MUNN & Co.36tBwa, New York

may ,credit our English forbears, we has resulted in pneumonia. Thomas little cold with a 25 cent Branch Office. 625 F St.,Washington.D.C.

: ..may for,ourselves forecast the general Whitfield & Co., 240 Wabash avenue, bottle; harder coughs

. ; aspect of the next months, says the Xew Year's Resolutions. CI icagoone of the most prominent retail will need a 50 cent size

: Detroit News-Tribune. It Is pleasantto For three or four days after the new druggists in that city, in speaking of this, if it's the ;
on the
says: "We recommend Chamberlain's
be foolish sometimes and year has dawned there is a sound of
a Cough Remedy for la in one dollar size will be
crashing and
.minutes with the folklore and ancient smashing in the atmos many V
cases, as it not only gives and most economical.
customs of our"ancestors cannot be phere. It is the world breaking its complete recovery, but also counteracts *>

.. c time ill spent good resolutions. All the little domestic any tendency of la grippe to result in Cherry"I confidently Pectoral recommend to all Ayer'g
my patrons. V
: : From a valuable manuscript In' the ones fall one by one. Nellie was pneumonia." For sale by Wilson & Son. lam using it now In my own family.
;: library of Trinity college, Cambridge never to resent the little hourly corrections Forty years ago I feel"sure it saved -
hfe. V
my M.D.
we learn that If the New Year commences i I ; Willie was to stop teasing; :Mistress (severely)-If such a thing occurs Jan.4, 1898. Fort Madison, ,Iowa.,

-, l ,on a Sunday mother was to stop worrying. All these again, Xorah, I shall have to get Write the Doctor at any time. Address .ftT.
: have been disregarded Nellie is as another servant. Norah I wish OB. J.C.AYER, Lowell (aa. )
The winter! shall be good, I say yer 1j ,E/' V .
: But great winds aloft shall be; x. touchy as ever; Willie is a worse tease would-there's easily enough work fer .

: !.: The Bummer shall be fine and dry; than ever; mother's brow looks like r. two of uS.TitBits.A .
By kind skill and without loss V
cornfield; the old heathen ways are V -
Through all lands there shall be
-- : Good time for all things to be done working again.-Chicago Times-He:- Thousand TOD&uesCould A Plea for l\Iercy.-Ia, I think Mr. TRADE MAFfl( ,
1 ,But be that stealeth shall be ald. not the 1870
soon. exnress raotnre of Annie Perkins] is getting ready to "
-, -- lp What child that day born may be" E. Springer, of 1125 Howard ... propose.
:.- A great lord be shall live to be. Other remedies only alleviate the svnm-. delphia, Pa., when she found IJh, daughter, con't get engaged again .

i ; ? : Ana again with regard 10 the we inW toms dyspepsia and indigestion. Dr. King's New Discovery for near Christmas. I have all the Christ BALKE'S
;: note the Loyal Ford's Dyspepticide as 'presents to give that I can
carefully atmospheric cures by attacking had completely cured her of a worry
t;; conditions of the first 12 days of the the root of the disease, and thus cough that for many years had rough now."-Indianapolis Journal.

i: -,$ year. They will give you ao unfailing makes a healthy stomach that will per.form a burden. All! other remedies LIVE OAK'

.;J. Jc. Indication .of what weather to expect & Son.all its functions perfectly. Wilson could give her no help, but How's This? ,

2' .. during'the coming 12 months. this royal cure: "It soon We offer one hundred dollars reward for
, !;; pain in my chest and I can case of catarrh that cannot be cured
You .:ire strongly advised never to :Missed: the Spread.-Parson Primrose byall's
soundly, something I can Catarrh Cure.F. .
.. .. '- lend anything, on New Year's day or -How was it you didn't have a turkey ber doing before. I feel like J. CHENEY, & Co., Props Toledo, 0. WHISKEYSOFTENED

j. you.arc. sure to be unlucky the whole dinner this year? Wreary Wra 'gles- its praises throughout the We, the undersigned, have known F. J.

..-l;;;> year through." Don't pay anything. 'O aue dis wuz de furst Chris'InUS I did'nt will everyone who tries Dr. for the last 15 years, and believe him

:. either. for it is said spend on de island.-Leslie's Weekly. Discovery) f6r any trouble of and honorable financially in able all to business out trans- BY ACE.

; I" Pay away money on New Year's day. chest or lungs. Price 50c. and made by their firm. carry any

j"And all the year through you'll have money to The person who disturbed the congregation -' bottles' free at B. R. Wilson & { West & Truax, wholesale druggists, Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition.

' ; pail last Sunday by coughing, is requested store. Every bottle guaranteed. Toledo, 0. V
:, '' But by far the most general superstition to call on Wilson & Son and get Walding, Kinnaii & Marvin,

js is that of the "first foot," it a battle of Foley's' Honey and Tar, which Estimating His Value.- wholesale druggists, Is the best and purest V

. .[ : being everywhere acknowledged that always gives relief. : looking at the man who was Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Toledo, 0.

!f. ..: the fortune of a house entirely deponds i two seats while women were directly upon the blood and internally mucous, Rye Whiskey sold

on the appearance and the sex of the A Phenomenal Success.-Cahill-Was; stand. "I should judge said of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. in
"t<' first the sthrike a success? by all druggists. Testimonials free. South.
Cassidy-It !
person crossing the threshold aft- was he would about
bring $11.68.
,;X-- er the Afther being out six weeks succaded Hall's Family Pills are the best.
has passed. It is we what do base
',#, in gittin' back you your manner.of"I : R. F. BALKE & CO.
I Jiard to'see what Judas Iscariot has to our jobs.-Puck. the other. "On present price -------- Proprietors,

fM: 'flo with Christmas. but tradition asserts Do not use any of the counterfeits of[ and sausage.-Chicago Evening Grafted and Budded CINCINNATI, U. S. A.
:;" that Judas, in addition to his DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve Orders mailed V
1i ; most ofthem our head ofti cVia be
t sins. was possessed of a monstrous are worthless and liable to cause tiled from our nearest accredited V
ir;;'; crop of hair. Therefore no redheaded injury. The original! DeWitt's Witch WHY HE distributor

-f, person or even one of fair complexion Hazel! Salve is a certain cure for piU-,,

'f. f must place "first foot" in a house on eczema, cutsscalds, burns, sores and skin riie Greatest Specialist- -ot tLe Orailge Trees "SearchLight"BICYCLE .

,, : this momentous morning. The question diseases. Wilson & Son. Every Case His Percoual

'r of complexion however is altogether -
not doctors
: Little Johnny-Mrs. Talkemdown paid 1 Doctor of stock have a((' LANTERNS.V :
:. a settled one. In many placesIt I a high compliment to me today. MotherDid : iathaway's all' cases which eemat\\hica
is fair and This is not Dr. GAS
; not a dark man who Method. AND OIL.
"'. :- should place "first foot." that she, really? Well, there's no denying Every case diagnosed with him and BOO EACH -
woman has sense.Vhat did "
This. position of the d Every one knows "
t harbinger of fortune must eat our Oil Lantern. "
: she ? Little ;V ch!ion
say Johnny-She .
said sliidn't ,
, t t Fruit
; and drink when in the house and every case
\ d gee how you came to have such anke 1\V ately and ,
Ii{ .should to make the charm most complete ;: ministered "
boy as I am.-Tit-Bits. I ppecia'ly: Tangerine
::: f enter by the front door visit t>" V J Dr. hathaway ] ,

: every room carrying a piece of holly Wilson & Sun guarantee every bottle of /--j* : supervision Xotwo people for L Homosassa

:, t in his hand and make his exit by the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will 1 ;.: 1';V h -4 same manner Brown TSEARIj

'.; jear. refund the money to anyone who is not : St.t ly no two.people ,

. : It the question of complexion is unsettled satisfied after using two thirds of the con L .1 even treated for in same the, Pineapple thii1GHT

j 't that of sex is decidedly not. tents. This is the best remedy in the := V i ist Uathan-ay the bet '

'" No female under any circumstances world for la grippe, coughs, colds( croup \is\.),\ word-he treats Ruby
': a., and whooping cough and is and eases in a special : ,
be the pleasant ( f his Michael
: must first to enter a house on safe to take. ) own-a system studied out years ago while in .
: i New Year's It prevents any tendency ofa Every Case college and hospital practice and tin ,
I morning. cold proved and enlarged
to ,result in pneumonia. uponcoDtantIy
t Majorca
Specially during the twenty years since-
c. .' Treated. twenty years of too most extensive
The Tables
2-c' Turned." Much to Learn In the Xew Year. his! ernmtry. Dr.practice Hathaway's enjoyed great by and any specialist In Jaffa '
"We air here tonight, said the deacon sue
All beginnings :1.8515 duo to this individual system of treatment
-.. r1. ;; "to make good resolutions fer the important and Pvrlnclvn I In spite of hundreds of requests Mandarinand
significant but the true eras are not in yearly from doctors in all parts of
r.:.,. I rreatment the
which has fell .
new year foul of us in tbe worUl asking for the privilege of Du
calendar but in the Roi
heart. Tb iFin Bloodon
r L Dr.IIathaway'smethodoftrcatmentthebelierea
: the twinklin of
a eye. Now, I want to wiser to allow none beside himself the
7-. : start new year's beginning-the real newft.'ar ,f his remcdita,as he is too knowledge
:: the ball a-rollin. You all knowthat aware of the mis- 5 and 6
-.1 of and :hief which may be done by the year old sour
grace obedience with unskillful
their use of ; ;
.*:: I've got a high temper an I've did re: Blood and Skin syfteiu,ne"fermind how perfect.any orange stock. 4 to 5, and
c suIting gift of peace is not an arbitrary k Dr.Hathawa/a treatment for 5 to 7 feet,well branched
considerable fighlin in the year that'spast Diseases. blood diseases In whatever stage
period. but the hour of inward cures all forms of trees
V an gone like a man that owes Blotches,pimples etc., sore
you and
V not
.' '.;;1' .; $10. What I want to do is to swear off choice the helm, when into the the will band of of man up In L the md blood c.ea1p that t43 trir!the disease natural is condition permanently only restores,but so and the purifies com skin at $35, $40 and $50 pcr .100. Our Gas Lantern surma.uns! .

.!rom flgbtin in the new year; which., pletely driven from the system and all this without all ddf1..
"V that new year there must be much to ; J.tering poisonona or dan erot1g drurt Order samples and be
I have said before has fell culties
as foul of His treatment of convinced heretofore "
V learn and suffer, but there shall be Varlcocele I andStricture. and Stricture Varicocele of their value. common to lan
But I can't till I lick : a method excix
'" V us. stop BrotherJones terns
,-i- more to win and to enjoy.It sively hIS own aDd 1fl90 per cent Supply of these large burning acetylene.
"' cos it's in me to lick him, an I and permanent cure.of No aQ operation ca-see results is In a perfe<:t trees limited as above.

wants to ease my conscience. Ef he'll no pain or inconvenience are experienced required by and the An Innovation-
outside with fer five Hits the Spot. than patient that The of expense of this treatment is much lesa o. w.
Jest step me minutes any operation,or hospital COl\TNEa. The "Vmm"
When of Institute
:' suffering from a severe cold and treatment.and Is both safe and V
I'll lick him an then swear off for organs to a condition of perfect restoring toe
your throat and lungs feel sore take normal health. Ocklawaha Florida.AD3IIN1STIToR'S
a Dr.Hath ,
.< good. dose< of Kldn ey test : way bas Just prepared a new The Bridgeport
Foley's and question Brass
Honey Tar, when the blank for those who have Co.
< i< They retired to the outer darkness, soreness will be at,once relieved, a warm Diseases. J69??*?suspect.. Kidney! trouble and r
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V but in less than five minutes the deacon gratemi leeung ana healing of the everyone who 8eDdSh1I his 1nu Dame and'address.: to I NOTICE. Bridgeport Conn.
parts .
t .,/ V -3 returned much the worse for wear. affected will be experienced and you will New Bank book The"ManlirieRBlgor demand for*?Hathaway's, new Notice is hereby given to all creditors that 19 MURRAY NEW STREET VORJt ,
has six months from CrrvtADMINISTRATOR'S
I"I can't swear off this time, brother- say: "It feels so good. It hits the FREE 100,000 already but exhausted for the first edition at : accounts and I will present my final I V

V..V In: ," he said. "He licked mel"iflantaV spot." Guaranteed. Wilson & Son. this book will be sent free to a anyone lJmited who time sends a copy his of den, county judge apply of to Brevard the Hon. D. L. Gaul- :NOTICE.:
Consultation Dame and address to Dr.Hathaway. da for county Flori- Notice
V is
Dr. my' discharge hereby
Constitution. Hathaway as given that
makes administrator the
of on 26th
no charge the day
OAS'X'ORXA.Bear. FREE. consultation estate of of April
: Cornelia 1901
and advice at either S. Bass, deceased or as soon thereafter
cV:. :- The m effective little liver pills made .tb The Kind You Hav8 Always Bought J. NEWTON his office HATHAWAY or by mail. M. D. guardian of Walrer J. Bass. and as Brevard heard, I will apply to the county as judge I can be of

{.'- : are DeWitt's Little: Early Risers they Signature d 44 n 15 Bryan Street Dr.,Hathaway Co.. Administrator. TlIos. C. BAss, accounts and county for a final settlement of my
of my
C. S. discharge
of Savannah Bass and as administrator
t Wil6&Son. Ga of
gripe. the
V never -\ I XDTION THIS PAP1 WUN WRrrjjq guardian of Walter J. estate of John Hetherington.

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:, MELBOURNE STATE BArlg-CapitaI$16,. Jas. Pritchard & Son :
'000. J. L Phillips;president;E.PLBranefi, Last week, the mayor of DeLand suspended -
Fragmentr or Interest;to ThoM That':Till .cashier. The only Daiu:'on the lower river Marshal Finney because he refused f- .
the Ground.. ';. the pineapple region of Brevard county to wipe off the seats scattered about Headquarters. ,
t c. for .-. ,
,. .
EAU OALLIE town latter "
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. the. alleging that such was -
8 The Modern ,Frni(Grower. ; HODGSON'BEOTHEES not his duty The town council will be
: Dry Goods, Ship
;:.Luther Burbank'gahta Ross? ; one of Chandlery;and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and called 'upon to decide whether they will HARDWARE -'G;
the most famous horticulturists fittings, Clothing,PafntandOila- Grocer sustain the mayor the marshal. The

world, gives: this advice, ;" in V she It& Marine railway, steamer for_ __charter._. latter receives $25 per month, and town >,' ,, ,

The fruit of FORT PIERCE, BUSINESS DIRECTORY.C warrants in that place have to be dis .Tinware Crockery.- V- : ': ;':.
grower today must have ..
counted, according to the News, at the .
;' theabi1ity to adapt himself to new methods i P. PLATTS-Physician' and Surgeon.. rate.of, 8 to 10 cent 'I :
new fruits 'and new markets. By ...Calls to any_point on:the river promptly I II STOVES ; .
use of cold_storage and ,rapid transit the answered. F01 t Pierce Florida. I! '

;finest fruit from every' land can be found .. Escaped Convict Captured. Boat Goods* Paints and Oils, ; ; "
F in any large market, both in and but of EAU GALLIE.Several Jim Page, the notorious negro jail- and /" .
Y- season,10 -"while,the fruits of one hemisphere arrivals of guests this"past. week breaker, who escaped from the Volusia < < ,

are first waking from their winter's in Eau Gallie. county jail several: weeks ago, was cap'

sleep, on the other the 'summer's'8 euh"has Mrs. and MiSs Childs- of Clean, N.Y., tured in St. Augustine last week. Jim WOODENWARE. .. .

done its work'and the ripened fruits are arrived on Christmas'eve and will ,spend has made an enviable .reputation as an nL.. !

on their' way to distant. markets. With the Christmas holidays with Mr. and, escapee. Three times has he brokenawayJrom Write for prices. : iS iVV j

the world as a market, competition. is Mrs. Stickney. Volusia county officers. He TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. -
= keenand only the best fruits also makes the proud boast that he escaped -4;

S' in the best condition will pay. Mr. and -Mrs.- Ainesworth. dined on from the convict camp in North Box. 212: --

.Furthermore, it generally costs much unnstmas day with Mr. and Mrs. :A. R. Carolina several years ago, carrying an Dr S.W.Carroll. W.E. Goldsmith. x
less per.ton to produce Hodgson. Mrs. Hodgson entertained eighteen pound? ball and chain with him.Government j
large, first- .,
; class fruit, than the poorest,' meanest during the evening.. % s >. CARROLL & GOLDSMITH: :, ,

specimens that are ever .offered. Small The steamer .Spartan carried a party Bulletins of Value.. 1 \

c fruit exhausts the'tree more rapidly than from Eau Gallie to Melbourne to view i to Mothers. Staple and Fancy GROCERIES -

;; '- large fruit._ It will thus readily be seen the:baseball match on Tuesday. About Many valuable pamphlets which woludbe

: that improved varieties, which. produce seventy-five. sightseers went down.< of great use to the house mother may Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
uniformly large, fine fruit, are the most I Tltusville, Florida.We .
m-t. The baseball match between Eau Gallie be obtained free on application to the Tih, Glass and Crockery Ware.
economical manufacturers of fruit and also of solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to. : ..
department agriculture at Washington. 1
: that the product is more saleable. and Melbourne, played on Tuesday, re-
_: The tree'which needs a' sulted in Melbourne's winning by three Some of these are The Nutritive
good deal of Value and Cost of Foods; Souring of E. L. BRADY: & BRO. .
pruning to.keep it in proper form and runs. A return match will be played in ,
Milk and Other Changes in Milk Prod-
Eau Gallie New Year's
health should be on day.
vigorous replaced by: ucts; Meats; Composition and Cooking; r

one that has a better habit of growth-for Miss Mary L. Evans, of Hardeeville, Milk as Food; Fish as Food; Sugar as Dealers Groceries Grain and ;
:" every ton of wood taken unnecessarily S. C., arrived in Eau Gallie on Sunday. 1. Food; Bread and Bread Making; House Hay

-V from an orchard represents at least as This young lady will be the guest of Miss hold Insects, in which much useful information .__

.... much weight of fruit. Many varieties A. Florence Hodgson for the winter, and is given as to their extermination. AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS. 1 ;
have two or three superior qualities, but I will be a welcome addition to our social Besides these there are special We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively II(
: woefully lack in many others. The fruit, circle. treatises on Bee Keeping; Mushroom in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write as for prices on .
eroftoday; is simply the manufacturer Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY & BRO.,TITUSVILI.E, FLA. .'
: grQ .
Butter Makings -
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stickney entertained Growing; Poultry Raising;
and should have the latest and best
I Asparagus Culture, and other sub-
a- improvements. Of course, there never day. ,A a party to dinner dinner on Christmas jects interesting to women who live in R. ;L. MOTLOW Healer 5
s very sumptuous was enjoyed ,
can be one variety which will be the best
I the country, to be had for the asking.-
and the usual old customs duly observed
... for all purposes, but it is perfectly possible January Ladies' Home Journal.
: to produce varieties which theii. by the parties present, who num-
bered only the intimate friends of the FINE
x own special use can be relied upon to I family. Robbed the Grave. ,

produce full crops of the best fruit without A startling incident of which Mr. John
}: .' fail. AH this be Mrs. Gilbert, Mrs. Davis and Miss II
< s can careful] Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the subject, AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
m: selection and breeding. Hodgson entertained the Euchre club on is narrated by him as follows: "I was
:- Wednesday event the Avilah rooms. A in a most dreadful condition. :My skin Special attention given to mail orders. TITUSVILLE AND COCOA, FLORIDA.

Bridging "Off Years." very enjoyable evening was spent and was almost yellow, eyes sunken! tongue .
several new members' names were en- coated, pain continually in back and

,The fact that many orange trees, es- rolled, including Miss Mary L. Evans, of sides, no appetite-gradually growing Bond Lumber Co. iL '

-' pecially seedlings, fruit once in two years South Carolina, and Miss Childs, of weaker day by day. Three physicianshad

and on alternate years, little or none;and Olean, N. Y. \ advised given trying me up.'Electric Fortunately Bitters: a and friend to On hand and Constantly Arriving, + "

that sulphate an application of potash of,a late fertilizer in the, strongin fall or The school Christmas tree on Tuesdayeve my made great a decided joy and surprise improvement., the first I bottle con- L U1\.I.BER. .H

early in the spring, brings them into reg- was a success, the hall being packedto tinued their use for three weeks, and am Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts,

ular annual bearing, indicates that they the doors. Miss Miller is to be con- now a well man. I know they saved my Bean, Orange, Cabbage and Tomato Crates, :

were stinted in their supply of that ele gratulated on the progress she has made life, and robbed the grave another vic- Brick, Lime; Cement, Etc. .1
ment. That this has often been the case with her pupils. Mr. Gilbert, Miss. tim." No one should fail to try them. t
Estimates made on all building materiaL Our large.boat, "Sanny South, will deliver
Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. Nesbitt, Mrs. Only 50 cents, guaranteed, at B. R. Wilson the river. Call We will .
with trees that were nearly or quite bar- anywhere on on us or send in your bUl. serve you right.Bond
i Stickney, Mrs. Snell, J. E. M. Hodgsonand & Son's drug store. 5Bismarck's
ren every other year, has been demon- 'il t
strated by several well known growers. others took part in the program, umber C.

The bridging of "ofi years" in apple which wound up with the distributionof Iron Nerve S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager, '
the presents from one of the heaviest Was the result of his splendid health. f
; Y: this country England,
T1tusvil1e. F1oric1.a.
and tremendous =
{ Gallie. Indomitable
in the form 'of loaded trees ever seen in Ean energyare ,_
by a free use of potash
not-found where stomach, liver, kidneys -
ashes, or of sulphate of potash, is a matter MELBOURNE.Mr. and bowels are out of order. If you ,-__... of 1.
y- of frequent record, showing that even want these qualities and the success they
soils containing a much higher per cent. Worley, from Jensen, was here bring use Dr. King's New Life Pills. '
of potash than
an rpplication of this ingredient.The Mr. Van is kept busy all the time now body. Only 2oc.; at B. R. Wilson &
growers of corn and cotton in opening oysters for our market. Son's drug store. 6 world written and pictured, ,
Florida have much the same experience -
very Addison Fee arrived from the
Mr. --- --------- -
R' as,the fruit growers. ,They have north last week to the delight of his the finest art and the best''
found that the "white bud" and often, family. 8E m BORO n m LINE[ WY.

the rust, on these crops can be cured or
prevented only by an application of kainit. Miss Gates, Mrs. Carter' and Miss S. literature then you must read

Fruit trees are of a more hardy mould i Carter were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. Unexcelled service from Floridato ,
all .. .. .. ..
P. Branch Christmas.Mr. points
than tender annuals; they do not show

V in their foliage or their growth so sensi- and Mrs. Grosbeck and Mr. McCoy North, East and West. 4

tively as do the latter, the lack of a certain and family have again returned. to Melbourne ,
Two trains daily between TAMPA,
nutritive element: but their refusal to spend the winter. JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and COLLIER'SEEKLY.

L< 'to yield fruit is an expression of their Mr. Nathan Downey-received a severe COLUMBIA, carrying Pullman Drawing
discontent, the same as the white bud in Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA
against a
cut on the face by running with sleepers forWASHINGTON
corn or the rii in the dark one night
The only element in kainit worth mentioning I ,

: ;a soil f,.('dfll' is potash; and we Mrs. Carter and daughter, Miss Susie, PHILADELPHIAand BALTIMORE A

cannot avoid the conclusion that this was from Sharon, Pa., are again with us for NEW YORK.

7 the missing element that the plants or the winter in their bluff cottage. Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via .

fruit trees neeJe I. White bud is simply Mr. and Mrs. John Goode were the ASHEVILLE. 1e

poverty; it is a paleness or whiteness of of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Moore, at "Dixie FI ver" Through Sleeping Car
the foliage, amounting sometimes, almost guests to Wednesday. Route between
to whiteiU'S*: it is starvation. it isanaemia.Florida Roseland, from JACKSONVILLE_and ST. LOUISvia Foremost

; : Agriculturist. The Christmas tree was fine, the little ,' :
Lake City, Macon, Atlanta,
ones all did their parts well, and were Chattanooga and Nashville, Illustrated *'

Cabbage Plants For Sale. made happy when Santa gave them the Making connections for KANSAS CITY, Journal

$1.50 per thousand. Apply to P.J. Hall, CHICAGO and all points in

Titusville. gifts.Mr.. Fred Fee came from DeLand, Mr. the northwest. Hall Cain's latest and greatest novel,
service between Jack-
from Jacksonville, and Through sleeping-car
COURTKNAY. Louis Lyman sonville and New Orleans via River Junction "The Eternal City," begins soon. Send f
A. J. Goode from Jensen to !spend
Miss Margaret L. Hunt, the Hardee Capt.Christmas with the old folks at home. and Pensacola. for free copy of the opening chapters
vine school teacher, dined at Mr. J. H. Full information on application to any agentof

y Sams' Christmas; also Free Black and Christmas was a bright and very enjoyable this company.

wife. V r one to most of our people. Thereare E. ST. JOHN, Address COLLIER'S WEEKLY, 555 WEST
starving ones here. Turkey, First Vice Pres. and General Manager, THIRTEENTH STREET NEW YORK CITY. iu
Mr. T. H. Sanders and family sat down no poor V. E. McBEE. I
Sams'Christmas pudding and other good things to General ,
to a bountiful repast at M. S. plum Superintendent
and all hands attendedthe eat were the order of the day. L. S. ALLEN, -
day, General Passenger Agent,
Christmas tree at Indianola that
Weekly Weather Report.u. POBTSMOUTH, V1BGIXIA. Take
night. with G S. Schiiyler
; Misses Stella and Mertye Harper BUREAU. Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt.,

on the Canaveral Tuesday to visit their Comparative statement of temperaturesand Jacksonville, Florida. Agentforthe__Hartford, Etna, Liverpool and London and Globe,

sister, Mrs. Hilliard, at Tropic. rainfall for the week ending Tuesday Home, Continental, Providence & Washington, Fireman's -
V The great tree at the church Christmaseve Dec. 25, 1900.AT 1900 1899 The Kifl YOU Ham Always Bougtl! Fund, and Sun Mutual.For .

was fairly loaded with presents, and MAX. MIN. MAX. nN. further information, rates, etc., address or call on C.S.SCHUYLER, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
r V all had a splendid time. Rev. Stuart- Dec 19. 74 66 76 68 Bur f# ,1-# _
I .. 78. 63 74 61 \
was'there service next v
and held '
1 Martin 21. 60 75 63 f> --
44 72
day. ** *>O 74 56 74 65 NOTICE.

r Among the Indianola people in town "1. 23.: 78 78 66 66 74 69 69 56 All concerned take notice that Joseph P. ICE I GB_. IGE.d -j;:
'4' the past few days were :Mr. and Mrs. 25. 72 65 63 48 Brown, as sheriff Brevard county, Florida, _
Dymock, Mrs. Jack Thompson, Mrs. Total rainfall for the week,1.47 inches and ex-officio administrator of the estate ''of ,- --.. ,to
Field Mr. from the normal rainfall for the Ephriam F. Adams, deceased, has filed his AS GOOD AS THE BEST.
and Emmet ,
John and Joe DepartuTC
suggestions in writing of the insolvency of
Will Smithie, Mr.and Mrs. Grant, Misses week plus.87 from inch.normal rainfall since Jan. the estate of said deceased. Therefore all Manufactured at INDIAN RIVER ICE MANUFACTORY, 1'.Prop ieto?* !' ,

Alice and "B," Jessie, Samuel and Barnes 1 1st Departure, 1900, minus 4.78 inches. persons having claims against and said file them estate are ,Special attention paid to packing for family use,and shipped to any station on the East Coast :
HAL P. HARDIN, hereby required to appear pro-
Sanders, John Miot, C. C., and wife. the railroad or by steamboat on Indian river. "
Observer Weather Bureau. perly authenticated in the court of coun- Y
If you want to get Farmer Symmesmad Jupiter, Fla., Dec. 25, 1900. ty judge on or before the 7th day of June A. .

ask him what Wessels did with his For Over Fifty Tears 1h.D.1901.1900.< Ordered the 6th L. GAULDKX of DecemberA. GEO. N. HATCH, :: :: .1

y' grapefruit. County Judge. <

% It is a gentleman's whiskey, a pure!delicious used for la8.their for WINSLOW'S over while vears SOOTHING millions softens SYRUP with the has mothersrYnf perfect been To PATENT Good Km Dealer in General Merchandise i
:' beverage and a grand appetizer. &DCCf"S8." 1 t ln cures the wind child colic, and Is the gums best may be secured by !
JV ; Do the "I. W.HABPEK"whiskey aUarull Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor ouraid. Address of everything
: consisting
not forget name remedY for & Sold by prugtfsta THE PATENT RECORD, of a 1 ROCXLEDGE V J
the kind your grandfather little lIu1rerer part of the world. Twenty-five Baltimore,_4. usually kept in a .,tite will res'. FLA. ;
V V: used. Sold by R. L. Motlow and Fred. 1D everywftr'ett Be sure ud" and ask tk, for! no"Mrs.other Wins-und Subscription to The Pitta Becurd IUUO per saner.t first-class wnanU. 'J t.-esst'8. Robbins andclend -
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CURl0Us' CUSTOMS ervance; to our Christmas. In Russia. Ned lip 'w certainly I
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>r_ ''';;" > every country .house there ,are prcn more than-- he. could say.. To' plunge nl .
"" :r ::: :: '. .:.::: cession and feast In' honor of the day back Into the forest, would be an act '. t

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:. ...:'>, .. ?, /' -Countries-'. *-toxpeterm' e' UoV sootf"ThejgWonld he,landlord;! house. fAn essential part;; "You are tired," he saId 'at last, gently -, "t: =I t t "
:'-"" : ., 5 Wed-The"Suspended_ of "the' rogf mme is hat' the animals. ,'but firmly. "Y01r lnst lie down on w ." "{,,,: _,"_."";, """'" For Infants : '. "
<'"-Ring* -The"! Ten Test., shall be taken into the dining room I Il those pine leaves and let me cover you '

N. T'A F-?;;:prlndplegof tot.beg1nriing ) f-when'the fandlord does.not care to' with my, overco t., Til build a'fire.outside TcT:1: Kind You Have111I'i "

,; -the;yearwell! it'has beeu'-cusr j n:.a, nice apartment spoiled by this;' and watch until Dr Randolph The .11
'' ,. QM tomary: In many counjrlei id nimaiCand:; ,beastly procession he fits;; comes, for of course he .will search

Kay select.New Year's day as most ;up.'a large 'room. on the ground floor'. through the woods for you.". u11 :1llu' AlwaysBoug t
auspicious! for'matrimonan1' ; ; }indeed with;tabled and benches: Nor would' he be. gainsaid. Clem was ,, { III1 Jt l II tl 111 11fI" ; :
-"J'a, remnant; of this custom' is. foundamong forced to admit, now that her |ears AVegefablePreparatlonforAS- .
ourselves, for .Ii'o day' Is more z were 'allayed that she.. was' mortally mlatintheToodatldRegula- .
COST f m l 1HE.PINE"WOODJ f sl>
": -.&' highly' favpredIn 'this regard th'anJthe- : tired and spent. Sinking on the, soft tins the Stamad>s alidBow'eI of Bears the "' .1'
V : !st of January; ,, says, the St. Louis.V -, Oontinnedfrompage31- [ ) : balsamic :leaves acid. covered "with ,
Cllobe-Demofcrat] In:'some-' countries' Ned's 'overcoat, which 'he. wrapped .

.rF ;the weddings' of the.year are all 'ar-, cut. It was too cold to stand. there, so around' her with a masterful'obstinacy, Signature IAll'"V 1

ranged'with a view to their,celebration! he, ,went. rapidly.. forward. unheeding her remonstrances, Clem t
<>ra> .Jan.'lr and by. a curious contradiction 'Theremast. be'some sort'.of habitation soon fell Into a' profound sleep, while Promotes IsUonCheeiful- ,

In Slain and some mountain districts between. ere and the- Atlantic' Ned paced Back and forth outside, nessandRest.Contalnsnelther of I

; .In' India, i e--yea 'funerals are said Ned after a long and ,silent tramp. smoking and replenishing the fire he Opiumllorpuine nor Mineral .. .

n' also Celebrated'. the- first-day, of, the As if in 'answer, a faint ,glimmer had lit. It was Its glare, a long dIs- NOT. NARCOTIC. '.' y

': .succeeding rear; Temporary interments"- greeted him,from. ,afar. ,, t1 Jjghten-, which guided Dr. Randolph ... :., ., "
,take place a day1 or two, :after death ed spirits he strode on and approachng to'the h t'son two hours later. 1 1o.'Ol4IrS.INllELPJTClIEIl

: but on' "the'first' day of the following' found. be streak' : ;of.-gleam "God'in heaven!" exclaimed when, l -. _-
,January;the remains of-those who died coming through a disjointed door or shaking him violently by the hand, fiurifjan SuJL" I

r .during the Sear are borne to. their last h mt Rapping! sharply, he asked, who Ned 'led ,him to the door and showed RoiAdlSdts-MX.Senna *

f, resting place, ,the funeral feasts are was within. him Clem sleeping tranquilly, with AautSetdApetfect e I n- ;
r.' celebrated at the same time with the. A dead silence answered him. Call- her great bunch of holly berries by her. J_ .
/J Ct6 onallJ'J 4
.? weddings; and In thermost'literal manner ing again, with an-imperious rattle, It was only a five mile drive back to j

f41 the funeral baked meats do .coldly. he proclaimed his pacific intentions, his Dr. Randolph's house. Nance greeted :
; furnish:forth the.marriage ,tables., '. desire for information or a night's lodgIng them
/ Advantage is taken of the day by the supplemented by a hint of reward and reproaches. Remedy for Constipation I

.unmarried to ascertain how many' years' but with' no, better success. Supposing "Come, come," said the doctor, un- Sour Storach.Diarrhoea,
will'elapse ere thebonds of matrimony the hut desrrted, Ned gave the door s. corking' a bottle while Clem, gayly \VormsConvulsionsFeverish-

... are flied upon them. The French' ;peas- wrench anili: throwing' It open stood chatting, was 'coverIng the table with ness andLoss OF SLEEP. For Over .AN

antgfrl.. ;borrows her mothers- .. weddingTing dumfounded at the spectacle within.A holly.. and corunna-berries."
: and suspends it by;"a hair from her young end lovely girl richly dress- .lI re's to you, Edward Singleton, facsimile Signature of

"own head, holding it as-near as possible ed, ghastly' with fear; stood, by a rud for saving Clem's lifer'! tZier, ;; Years ;
to the inner rim of a teacup: Then table on which lay a heap.f crimson "Here's to you for bringing me and Thirty .

<. 'she counts as rapidly as may be,. the holly berries while a canle burned my holly berries home!" said Clem, NEW TOHK.

$ V S number of her own years. The tremulousness beside them.- while the hot snipe were being. put on
of her fingers causes the sus- Clenand Ned gazed at each other. the table. '

'< pended ring to sway to and fro. Another "I-a-beg-your' -pardon!" was all "Here's to a glorious ,New Year's,"

.VV notes while she is counting the Ned could manage to say under the said Ned, "and to my life's happiness!" CASTOA!

_, number of taps of the ring on 'the teacup spur .of the dilemma. -New Orleans TimesDemocrat.DeWitt's EXACT COPT OF WRAPPER '_
'{1 and, these betoken the years of Clem's' inheritance ot'pluck and of
Little Early Risers are dainty ,\'Q nP, :5 V I,'
sIngle blessedness that lie before her. merriment under the direst conditionscame THE CENTAUR COMPANY. MCWVOBKCfTY.
.. .. .
;; In the country districts-of Germany to, the. fore, and, the peculiarityCLEM little the liver pills, ,remove but they obstructions never fail and to cleanse invig- -.- '-_':':.n :.' '- -_ .--. '_: :-- _....' c. __ _'_: :-i:

s. and England there is a tea and coffee orate the system. Wilson & Son.
test, which has the merit of limiting,
the years to a number so reasonable
There in the certain
are country a number -
that' any girl should feel satisfied with hM6 of papers whose circulation, prestige A BCn: Fide salary
the result ,As conducted, according to and popularity are known. Use those !
-Gunter, this test is as follows: A teaspoon before you experiment. I $12 Weel .1y.
"' is carefully balanced I Men and women to appoint and
on the edge agents 'represent us, some to ,
of a cup; then another spoon Is partly A \/ travel, others for local work. $12 weekly salary and expenses.
filled with tea or coffee which drop The Oldest and Best : Old established house, pleasant, permanent positions, rapid
' 1>y' drop, is allowed, fall In the bowl advancement and increase of wages. Writs at once.

of the balanced spoon, until the: bowl S. S. S. is a combination of roots Address BUTLER & ALCER,

T outweighs the handle and 'the spoon and herbs of great curative powers, Dept. E. NEW HAVEN, CONY.r .

i falls.into, the cup. The merit of this I II I and when taken into the circulation
divination lies in the fact that one or searches out and removes all manner

,.> two good sized drops will destroy the of poisons from the blood; withoutthe 'a THAT is .

balance and cause the spoon to fall, least shock or harm to the system.On t .. j
and, on this .account spoon'divinationIs the contrary, the general health Our
'. in high favor among the rural belles. begins to improve from the first dose, ,

The ,custom of visiting and of sends ; for S. S. S. is not only a blood purifier,
ing presents and cards on ,New Year's but an excellent tonic, and strengthens G. M. DAVIS & SON,

F day Is so ancient .that the historian of and' builds up the constitution

social customs does not record a time while purging the blood of impurities PALATKA, FLA,
Ikf f when In some form It did not exist. : S. S. S. cures all diseases of a

blood poison origin, Cancer, Scrofula, ,A1: Write for delivered prices.Steamship .

Rheumatism Chronic Sores and
AND XED GAZED AT EACH OTHER. Ulcers, Eczema, Psoriasis Salt

of the situation striking her with a Rheum, Herpes and similar troubles,
keen forcefulness, a flood of color.rush and is an infallible cure and the only
ed to her face and a halt smile broughtout antidote for that most horrible disease, Ocean Ca

K- its bewildering beauty. Contagious Blood Poison.A .
"Please come Inn she said with a record of nearly fifty years of

simple directness. successful cures is a record to be proudof. SA V ANN AB: : LINE.:
&. "1 -
got lost in the woods and stumbled S. S. S. is
more popular today Fast
tr accidentally" on this hut I am glad to than ever It 'numbers its friends by Luxurious Freightand '

say. the thousands. Our medical corres- Passenger Route
"I am lost also," explained Ned, put- pondence is larger than ever in the
;' ting down his handbag. "I attempteda history of the medicine. Many writeto TO NEW YORK BOSTON AND THE EAST.
short cut through the woods, and ,
thank us for the great good S. S. S.
t I It here I am." has done them, while others are seeking -
They laughed, and Clem's terrors van advice about their cases. All
ished like mists before the rising sun. letters receive prompt and careful

"Allow me to introduce myself," said attention. Our physicians have made

Ned, sitting on the bench, while Clem a:life-long study Blood and Skin Dis-
sat on the pine needles, after they had
eases, and better understand such cases
run over their mishaps. than the ordinary practitioner who L
"You need not," said Clem. "You are makes a specialty of no one disease. %% "
Ned, and I am Clem." I
We are doing great J
"You are Clem?" repeated Singletonin good to sufferinghumanity ;&

blank astonishment. _
o throughour
"Why shouldn't I be?" asked Clem consulting de-

: :S COUXTIXG THE TAPS. nettled. partment, and invite
, ? The' practice of using visiting cards "Because you'-are-so"- you to write us if you have any bloodor
f' has been known among the Chinese for "Well?" said Clem, with a simple skin trouble.' We make no charge

I thousands of years. The Chinese New composure."I whatever for this service.THE .
k" Year's card Is a curiosity to the occidental will tell you tomorrow," Ned said BY LAND AND SEA.
y.. for Its mystic characters set hastily."In Short Rail Bide to Savannah,

: : forth not only the name, but all the tI- the meantime how are_we to' get I thence Steamships.via Palatial. .Express. I .
f; tles'of the owner, and, as every China- H. A. HODGES
; man who is anybody at all has a dozen : "
'i or two, the card assumes the form and Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Amenia,
J. something of dimensions of a wall Duchess county, N. Y., says: "Chamber- Satsuma Ilights, Fla. 00000004 SHIPS EACH WEEK 4000ooo0
lain's Cough Remedy is the best medicine (
t' map. When sent, to an acquaintance, Dealer in and Manufacturers of
. I have used.
: < ever It is a fine children's "
however, this,, valuable token made TO NEW YORK
remedy for and fails
.. croup never to cure. YELLOW PINE ,
either of paper.backed with cloth
When given as soon as the child becomes LUMBER Making close connections with New York-Boston
'r AND Ships or Sound Lines.A .
or of silk, is not retained, but is returned hoarse, or even after the croupy cough CYPRESS
: ; by special messenger, and the has developed it will prevent the attack. 1 ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules

V day':after New Year's the spectacle, of This should be borne in mind and a Fruit, and Vegetable Crates. Write for general information, sailing schedules,
> r crowds of servants, their arms full of bottle of the cough remedy kept at hand staterooms reservations, or call on

":, !' rolls of paper or cloth, hurrying and ready for instant use as soon as these E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager General WALTER Agent Traffic HAWKINS,
" '. l- fro in I the streets Is t.oo' common to symptoms appear. For sale by Wilson & Estimates furnished for complete bills of Savannah, Ga.Reliable 234 West Bay St.,Department Jacksonville
Son. lumber be delivered at any point on the Fla
; excite remark. They are not on their East Coast.
way to a school of geography.. They 'WANTED-Active man of good character -t 't m-- .

: ? ,*;. are only returning New Year's cards. to deliver and collect in Florida for old established 1 ESPECIALLY SELECTED AND
.r, SS. V Whole volumes have been filled with manufacturing wholesale house. 1 Garden- ADAPTED |
$900 a year; sure pay. Honesty more than I FOR SOUTHERN .I
; the novelties! of New Year's customs experience required. Our reference, any PLANTING . I
;. and the usages. which In different parts. ; bank in any city. Enclose self-addressed Refugee and Valentine Beaus Genuine
E" .' of the world characterize the day. InPersiacolored stamped envelope. Manufacturers, third I Bermuda Onion Seed, Grifnug's Succession
! y' : floor,.SSijDearborn: St., Chicago.C'ASTORIA. and Field Seed
; eggs are sent as presents Cabbage, Matchless and MoneyMaker I" "

": ,. as with us at ,Easter. Throughout Tomatoes, eta, etc.complete .

I -" all Europe the wassail. cup_ !n .one. Ferry's Seeds are
! -. I known the country over u stock of Fresh Field and Garden
; :;. form 'or another; Is a feature of the the must reliable Seeds that Seed Always on a a11j. .
a day., In old times one cup of gigantic .Foi'I rants and Children can be bought Don't save a ONLY CAREFULLY TESTED SEED
l:; size served the" entire company, and nickel on cheap seeds and lose a SENT OUT.

'r f-.r: : when a man rose and took the*huge Tile Kind You Have Always Bought! dollar on 1901 the Seed harvest.Annual free. THE EXCELSIOR SEED FARMS

t; vessel-In both hands] to drink,:to the; 'D:M. FERRY & CO.; THE GRIPPING BROTHERS .
" :, guests'a' trusted friend rose with him :_ rI .J .' Detroit,finch.js K. O. Box 533 B. JACKSONVILLE COMPANY.

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*' editor of' the, ;

;_ ?Enteredatthepostofflce' tTitn8Tille-as, state them ", *.'. AI44iNO }'I2'
i ,- ,: ,second-daw mall matter.. We don't know what, the tax' The .Saturd. ,
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z}' -Erna_,. .B.'.:Wager'. ., t 'Editor' and Publisher. rate.of.Alabama'is, but, it. ,cannot strong R rowoE --
...-." ...... f'. -- be'rnachiower'than thaiofFlori- magazine .,:,
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Some of th ,
,PUBLISHED. ... 'EVERY'FRIDAY MOBNIN&SUBSCEIPTION da,"and,if this'is 'the. real cause of E ; ;J'." ,
: '' litical
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-.:''':. ''75_CENTS,. YOU SIX MONTHS.JddrtrtUlag making for annexation to_another be Mr. CI more delicious and wholesome .' ,.5..'
T>{.r-- state it,is;certainly a,-very poor magazine HOVAt BAKU-8 POW& CO.,HEW YORe. : .,}. '

} .',0'".,.' : _y Application.'Bates Furnished., on onef for, there telling by'thetime since be left -4 ,-'

I.* x... .. she is annexed to Alabama Mr. .
It; mnstbe'elearlyanderstobdtbat* neither appeared in Headaches. cooking-school in Philadelphia, and lectures '<

Taa'BiI'nor'ita: editor i$. responsible. .for those people up :there; are moving I!of other women almost constantly during the season .

opinions. expressed. correspondents. people, and they are likely to.creaks manner a I as Mrs. s: T. traveling through all sections of the -
'u: < ...",. -0 a'favor" a much higher tax. rate than national I few who earn country Mrs. Rorer has ,never had a

STAB:Subscribers if they will"'will notify'confer, us of any failure on THE to Florida has ever., asked. for. her editorial headache, she is never ill, and, in her.appearance .,1
certainly the best
receive their paper Home Journal, exampleone
.. ..
could have of her theories
several thou as to the-
} Communications on lire topics, especiallyof Recently right to live.
An way
Question. conducts
editor I, Interesting a big. ,
local interest,are solicited But the place in
;-. reserves the.right to'condense,them to suit :
;: Brief items of,neighborhood news alwaysdesired. Commenting on Mr. Cleveland's,
article 9.n',the_ future policy of the J. D. Beggs, C. J. SWAIN. -

; t Democratic in the Saturd for the
t ; -.' NERVOUS people sleep much party yEvening' people '
1. may
Post the New-York Sun'Js
without it Dr. A. Erlenmeyer ; tend deep
'- ,,knowing -
lv finds. Even in healthoilet : bereavement We .
... "Whether_ Bryan or, a ,Democratof Mrs. Ann proud of I -
.. have a long. without may nap residence of : -
the opposing school will then
F"- 'taining impression of it as T.
any Beggs, at
c in 1904). Democratic
( represent
when a traveler is awakened by and was ,
sentiment cannot,now be foreseen. r1ft
Madison ;
the stoppage of his train and recollects .
The south in 1900 the sole remaining -
l long Baptist
neither the passing of other prepara-
;4 stronghold of Democracy, is greatly needs "'
stations nor losing ,consciousness.In a scale
who will
passing through a complete transformation -
disease often ] and 1 -
patients we
nervous her distin
and of the
becoming one
of wakefulness after having of offerings
complain Beggs, ;
most enterprising and richest which
partsof we
ak ,actually slept all night. Beggs; of .
the Union. What will the good mother.
"'- southern Democracy demand in & CO, 'b-
THERE will be great disappointment 1904 "
no doubt that William Jennings .
r: 'Bryan will.,not be able to at- The question as to what the Mr. John

; tend the inauguration of his, courE. southern Democracy will demandin has 38 acres HOTEL
'% 1904 in It The
an interesting one. groves
sin, William S. Jennings, as gov
would riantly
of the Sun if
*;' ernor of Florida, next,week, as he course please little fruit
it certain it would
were pursue a
had contemplated doing. Mr. have been
course that would the A .
Bryan's engagements are such that open way more, but

he cannot, .well spare the time now for'white Republican party in are from 12 ledge, Florida,
to make the trip to this state. The the south It is not likely, however -
t inauguration' will- however take that its policy will be in the first the river. Large airy rooms, fine view of the-

i the !, interest of the Republican party. acre, but this convenience, sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting,,.
| place just same as though
nothing had occurred. The Savannah News notes that $580 been per S. H. PECK, Proprietor.

there were indications in the last has been The Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel with a capac-
v THE magnetized spots .in rocks, campaign that in future the south tial shade
would not be so willing as it had' as when
some years ago proven to be due to .
lightning-stroke, have been further : been to follow Democratic leader necessary, =rT!=r?rr rr=,=rr rr-
. :.i investigated by Dr. Folgheraiter.In ship of other sections of the court er and "Tl

some places thelirection the try. ,It has views of its own, which chards rangements are 1

::, ; r magnetizing discharge has been d<> it will insist upon presenting when sheds there

., termined_ and, the magnetic prop, the proper time arrives. One of acre, built in /
erties and distribution of magnetism the reasons for the light vote in. gives a & r4'Y .

cr' are those of the ordinary everyone of the southern states 1711ft

= magnet ; but in other cases it has in the last national election wasthe :

: been impossible to show the direc- dissatisfaction of Democrats The EVER T !' i

j "tion of the discharge or the position with their party platform. Busi producing an i
: s"s.. ,of the second magnetic pole. ness and industrial interests are THE lowing STAR \\ r

, ; ,, becoming such powerful factors in -
--- --- -- farm ,
;... c'. ADDITIONAL representation in the the south's material affairs that poor The : e iI:

Louse of representatives at Washington their influence will be felt to a farm is often I

'; '< from this state will cause a greater extent than ever before in ti I

f r<.:' ".'., general stir among the many men her politics in the next four years. old example pauper has

t.: who will be aspirants for the new counties.

r, position of third congressman ASTRONOMERS are bringing forward Ihere can

p' Whether, he will be elected from numerous theories to explainthe tages of the Two

;: :. the state at large, or whether a new Gegenschein the bright patch if the farm
;" that sometimes glows ours has
district shall be created, a Demo- mysteriously
: in the midnight sky. The The .
.'' ; crat he will surelybe. There are, light That it is a .
: dozen occurs near the celestial equator,,
: perhaps, a or two men in are quite
;: the state who would be more than but usually two or three degrees relatives, to a man who traveled nearly five hundred

;. pleased to set in the representative removed from exact opposition to make the ; at a theatrical performance, and then

':' :hall at Washington, but it is also the sun, and is generally believedto constant of it by taking a cheap gallery seat
doubtful if have no connection with the any income;
: any one of.those men poor opportunity either to see or hear.
: with congressional "bees in their earth's atmosphere. A plausible litical to politicians principle of false economy is involved
?'( bonnets" will be able view, not wholly satisfactory, is
to secure the a small scale a "furniture" piano instead of a real
coveted position. The people can that it is a reflection from the ring fraud. On For the
cheapest piano he
be relied upon to select their man of fragments to which the asteroids achieves all can possi-

with care, and with regard for his belong. Another suggestion is thatit any of the quite an amount of money and in a

capability and fitness to fill such a is a comet-like tail of hydrogenand was soon find that he has only practiced economy

position with honor and credit tour helium streaming away from the distress, went cheapness ceases to be economy-
state. the earth in a direction opposite to financially I an instrument that would be dear at

the sun, while many connect the immense S

'. The Annexation Movement.One phenomenon with the meteoric charge was 8 ill
ring producing the zodiacal light. profit,
of our exchanges in Suwannee .- responsibility .
county seems to be very apprehensive poor. While I business
Golf on the East Coast. which we have been building up
of the movement in West I; every county
Florida to annex a part of this state The Jacksonville Times Union and income years is not a one night's stand as theI

to Alabama. It : Citizen says that the outlook for the east sure it would say. There are a good many sales we do
coast golf tournament this is bright the
year pauper cannot afford to make. We
"The legislature of Alabama took for a large attendance of fine players. realize that

the matter; up a short time ago, and More interest even than heretofore has customers might mean the loss of many

| | enacted such measures as were been shown,. ingot. circles- all- over the Owner of therefore, sell pianos and not "thump
s country this winter, and this means that "
the -
necessary put project in piano
motion as midwinter either one of agent carries on an
[t is a fact that a approaches the players will branch of
great manyof flock to Florida, where the temperature attention to industry from ourselves. We
the people in West Florida favor is just trees, 50 against the "
. sufficiently bracing to make the say "thump boxes. Like
the change, and most of them most on now,
giveas sport enjoyable. The various links things, they have their
Mims station uses, at least
a reason the burdensome rate of are being put in readiness for the season
taxation in Florida." now, and later the programme of the $800. The purchaser the great moral lesson of

We thought the people of Florida tournaments will be announced. The ing.hammock If and impress upon his mind the truth
eighteen hole links at Palm Beach you "that the
are I fool and his
had been congratulating them- practically for either of money are soon
ready With
play now.
selves on our excellent financial the splendid turf at Palm Beach, this care STAR do no other work than this and do it well,

condition and fairly low rate of course is considered one of the very best in they cost-which is not much.
taxation. Our Suwannee brother the south and many players say it has no It i

'-. is very anxious to have the next equal. Although it will be less than fered P. A. Piano
5,000 it
yards, is held that a longer course
relieve the tax hurl frightful
legislature is I
. not desirable in Florida. It is ex- low priced
l :::i: den-anxIous for them to do some- pected that there will be several minor ,cured writes it that in piano, but it is not a cheap
)I' thing which will relieve the entire tournaments early in the month of January wounds, boils We believe in it however, as we

'I ..';>'" ': commonwealth and cut off extravagant the dates of which have not been salve in the it back any time within two years and

1 I :_' _: .' expenditures of state govern- announced. During the latter part of Only 25c. pay for it on any high grade make.
...:. January the tournament for the Presi gists.
.,.;':;;., m e nt. dent's cup will be played, and this will to be Fold to you -at New York city
:r This is a new one on us, we must probably be the first notable event of the FREDERICK for particulars. We cover every point.

: confess, but' to be enlightened east coast season. REAL

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