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.
General Note:
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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than heretofore faa: ""time.' library. Author of "The Man with the Hoe." REVIEW has created for itself a peculiarand '
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many. have If I could subscribe for only two literary plarned and ably edited It is at oncea erary. club where I hear new about book
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KALI WORKS REVIEW be nliterary friends ,
would be one of them. It should JAMES LANE ALLEN. or associates let him read
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{; the center of the back on the per annum. Send your name for free sample .
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strap. On one shoulder Is a bow of Editor of The Lndiei Home Journal. .\Author and a Publisher. 0 '
neck and in a bunch of chenille .
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mingled with the'lace. The sleeves are the way of a literary,taper has ever been place. Ttils fact cannot be too widely the information that has been pi elW'ntt'd t* the '
; 'ice, on the left side is another. to successfully carried out in this country aj made known to all who would keep abreast reading public from week tIJ week in THH
Quite number of partly of the. white silk and partly of THE SATURDAY REVIEW of THE NEW with current affairs.V greet It. indeed NEW YORK TIMES SATURDAY REVIEW Concerning
a pretty evening : the black lace. reach but YORK TIMES. It is now Indisputably the with somewhat the eager expectancy of an the literature of the day has been ,
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elbow and. are finished there with a literary matters must have if he would keep FREDERICK SAUNDKR3. more trustworthy than has ever before been
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:,.. bands of black velvet encircle the per annum. Send your name for tree sample copy. GEORGE HAVEN PUTNAM.
low, for grander full, dress occasIons eop). The New York Times Saturday Review $I
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gown -CURED BY B. II. B. SATURDAY REVIEW the most important
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undertaken by a daily in I am a frequent reader of that varied
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eruptions on the skin so you feel ashamed to The New York Times Saturday Review. $1 New York Times Saturday .Review: }i in my classroom or elsewhere. ,
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faille thesame, shade as the dress and skin to become clear and the breath sweet. literary criticism. T. H. W. HUNT. about TilE NEW YORK TIMES SATURDAY YORK TIMES SATURDAY REVIEW for my

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pearl passementerie Ruffles of lace loosing for. Thoroughly tested for 30 years. copy.. The New York Times Saturday Review. $1 tongue, its reports on that matter having, aa
" Out readers are advised to try B. B. B. Fpi -_ rer annum. Send your name for free sample I think I find the primary virtues of fullness l.
are at the wrists also. The evening sale by druggists at $1 per'large bottle; six ropy. accuracy. and fairness. I
-.- ; bodice to go with this dress Is ex large bottles (full treatment) $5. Be sure the MOSES COlT TYLER. _
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directions with each hottle. So sufferers _
may copy.
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test it. a trial bottle given away. Write fOl Author of Landmarks."
stiff with featherbone that the wearer it. Address BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga, Literary
1 am so dependent upon THE NEW
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Is'a draping' of crepe de In the Screven, druggist Titusvillo. 2 either side of the Atlantic It seems to tel DAY REVIEW is a weekly pleasure, for it r J .
same shade as the .skirt There is a me everything I want to know about current keeps me so fully advised of all that Is going
books and their makers and when and in the on in the world of letters. I admire your fair- Author of "Little River *
. "...J- crimson. velvet pointed, draped. belt C7.dl5TORT. way I want to know it. ness and your hospitality. THE NEW YORK TIMES SATURDAY : '
S There are no sleeves at .all the only Bern the _/ The Kind You Have Atoajs Bought The New York Times Saturday Review $1 New YOlk Times Saturday Review, $1 a genuine criticism. It distinguishes clearly .
thing across. the shoulders being per annum. Send your name for frea sample per annum. Send your name for free sample between a review and an advertisement. It
Signature -A-# copy. copy. has already achieved success: I hope It will
v straps made of three white chrysanthemums win an ever-widening prosperity.

each. The New: York Times Saturday Review. $1
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a young lady In her second or third sea Hodgson Bros. : copy. /

son or a young married lady empire ., Ire.
dress of black chantilly with fig- of When Knighthood Was

: ures wrought In chenille and with vel GEXEKAL Prominent Author and Editor. in Flower." ...
e Here in Bermuda where I am pass- Permit me to say that. In my opinion,
vet ribbon around the bottom. This MERCHANTS... Ing the WInter 1 miss many things to whichI THE NEW YORK TIMES SATURDAY REVIEW Author of Rlelmrd Car"...."
have been accustomed In the States," but is doing more for literature and art
elegant gown could also be developed I do not miss THE NEW YORK TIMRS SATURDAY than any publication of which I know Purthermore. e A reliable literary mentor is an absolute
:' in plain Russian net. and the embroidery Eau Sallie Fla. REVI W Why not? Because I have I believe that your Usefulness Is necessity and therefore I look to..ardweekly
provided mjself with that weekly pubucation.without just beginning. Especially is this true in the with eagerness to THE New YORK
s would be even easier to do on that *i which as a writer -nd a lover of West, where people Interested In such mat TIMES SATURDAY REVIEW. Uf success !
books. I should indeed te a castaway on a tars are only just beginning to find you out must be gratifying to all lovers of literature. _
kind of lace. Goods distant isle of the sea NOAH BROOKS CHARLES MAJOR.The WINSTON CHURCHILL.
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front is concerned. The back has a ; BOOTS AffD SIIOES,

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1\-A-, ,: ; ,..::M., ;IX,,kTDANIEL York city.1neSda nd-is at his old quar- : i .-Ed htillo left Friday lor Osteen 'D'REW'S' -;_J" r

{"' i :? ",: :: ':",>-- ;:B ,D.-8.=Offices over::The Indian River *er at The:}>Iaza.. Mr; Collins is' superintendent ,. .- .. ,,'< '' on a :visit to his, family. ,. *.. .;. < ;
'.: -f ; ,' .;Drug: Go's stores,the leading Drug establishment -.. of express,, 'and'is. stationed. in ,Current Events of' the 1 'Present WeekPertrayed t.-
;; ,'f.: 34..' of the Indian river country, ''* : *, )Ir.; Hutchinson 'Htasville, spent :: -'. #&-
Rockledge. *
': ; .:: : Monday last in Shiloh
;;'? ff:" '? ': f" '' -.' SF., RAym.OO..iExe1tlSlve.Wholesale! Mr; H:;P.:Childs; the"owner of-the ai :Mr.,and 3frs./'.'A. Robinson, of City S ;
stock of General Mr. S. C. -
Grocers carry the Gaines of Oak Hill
largest : spentSunday
t t : ,
:-: : i> : SIN0 FOR ,
.f"-7Merchandise. ; : on'the east';coast of Florida, acme( lot; and-orsnge' gmve on. the corner Point, spent new year's day with their with his sister, Mrs.J. A.Taylor. CATALOGUE.THE LEGAL.

",;: : f [ -:, _'..; .- Can meet all competition.,:;Write.for prices. of Church street and Indian River avenue friends in town. ,. f. .
''''. ,, ', -'I" Cocoa is domiciled:at The Plaza. Mr. A. N. Nolle, of New Smyrna, spent -
.f by J ; WIL An-HINDLE.-'Uric: ertaker and Embalmer ; Mr. Willie Cleveland paid'a flying visit ,
Christmas his .
,;' t{,::.. -':: < : : ,'Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies -: Rockledge has been his_winter stamping- to,the Ancient city:yesterday,. expectingto parents. N. LW. B. DREW ,
p.;.;,:',-"; %'-,'l- ; ;""h'F- ". .. : ,Tinning and:Pipe Fitting,- Bepainngof ground for many' seasons. today., Mr..H.M. Nolle, of St. Augustine, is COMPANY, '

"''-''.4:, -. .,.:,:--i--.iJ-"P---.-- ,.....-?',;" ", ': "...'Steam Every Cooker Description., Agent-" forBeveridge' The:Plaza;formally opened yesterday, Archdeacon.B.F. Brown will' hold divine on._a'short visit to his parents.Mr. BLA'NKS .

$!'::-;,' -'o.tot ... :-:>.>'-.... ,-'- January 3rd. :;They are better' :prepared service on'Sunday next at' Cocoa at C. H. Casper, of TropIc was a JACKSONVILLE.rtA. _
< r Shoemaker, .Forty .
:1. -.i. .r.1WU4A'JPP-Pra this year thanr: before for the
com .santvisitor friends last week. -
'' 11 a" and at Titusville 7:30 ple among
: -i :; : ,yearn.experience; Tall kind of repairing fort of their An extensive and m., p. m ..,
:frt'r : : 'Y'done;nice; also ladies'and men's guests. Miss: Martha Griffin returned Monday
Miss Annie Paddison left for Eau Gal V'
ti. .. r;:S-r>'T'- &\ ; _S .- 5 shoes made to order.', complete, steam heating plant has been President,
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from Titusville where she has been on JOJTH
S&.C"vr.'- ...-C: ,,.:/ .? HE''TR'. nn BA1 ERYFastgnahtyBread installed and guests will be. most; comfortable lie yesterday afternoon, where she will visit, THOMAS P. DEHHAM.Cashier, '
: '," ;;;. .. 'b made.I\UUI: of higkgradeflour, sent to any in all kinds of weather.The visit her brother_Mr.G...F. Paddison. an extended JAMES D. BAKE, Ass't Cas hi .
: :.
I.j. ;' t!:,'-".;T;:' = ';'" '-\7',A address;also never-failing home-madeyeast scare dispatch of a,heavy frost for The yacht Sweetheart, Capt. C. G. Cards are out announcing a dance 'at'the

..:.:: .\ ;C'f,'s.'.,+: ..0'-', "-, cakes. Ice Cream every Saturday. central and a freeze for extreme northern Bnfgoyue, Daytona, was anchored off residence )lr. and Mrs. J:. A. Tar National Bankof
:i-',;.<, }-,',: -- : : ..',I''GOTO'J", .'JJ.1." SANDERS, The' Old Reliable portion of Florida for new year's day did this place Wednesday, when she left fora lor Tuesday nightMr. .'
ft" ,"} :,"_: : Store,.for good, fresh and reliable goods not materialize as the weather indicated, trip down the coast. : ._ and Mrs. W. C. Carpenter left ..
.-;? > : such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery ,
r;' r"" : ':. Hats,Trunks and,a full line of Groceries but balmy'and soft were the scent-laden Miss Ida Dodson is at home spendingthe Wednesday for Ft. Pierce. We were:

.-.::;:; ,';-;.;;:S-"- ,, -.-_", ___ .- ",JAEYISHOUSE- -Open,all the year. round., breezes, and sweet was the fragrance that holidays with .her'parentff, Dr. and sorry to see them leave. fhe State of Florida

r s', :: Pleasant location facing the river _on.river swept from the trees, and no more delightful Mrs. Dodson. She/will return to-her -

;:. ,:;;.:::/--; front: Bates$2.00 per day,special terms: by weather or perfect day couldbe school f at Eden in a few days. Beat Out of an Increase of Hla Pension.A .
".: '/1'.Jf;,,,. = ":'...... the week or month. imagined. We trust it will continueto Mexican war veteran,and prominent CAPITAL 10000000. -,
Mr. Steve Ellis is acting as bar tender >
< the end of the season, and that,old editor writes : "Seeing the advertisementof
"qL' < for Mr. F.A. Losley during the absenceof Designated depository of the State of FIor'i& -
> -Rlnnlt8 Boreas will remain in his legitimate latitude Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Solicits -
.r and of the of Jacksonville
4 INDI'RH fIlER Henry Hamilton, who left this week Diarrhoea, I reminded thatas ida, City
Remedy am
: : :' -the region of Labrador. accounts of all classes and offers every facility
: : : :
,_' '_, -mr....". ,: -..> for South Carolina_ a soldier in Mexico in '47 and '48, I consistent with prudent banking. Recognize
:' '''' :, ;"- -: ,.;:" .' Mr. 'E. of Beach contracted Mexican Diarrhoea, and ing the needs of that class who accumulate a .'
Brieffeat W. Youngs
' r; Personal and Newsy Palm ar-
:; ,, :f r .Paragraphs.
,., BANYAN. de-
, this from time -
rived here will remedy as kept me gettingan surplus, we will allow interest on
;:_ :-f:. ., Towns Along the Coast. yesterday and probably increase in my pension, for on every posits. We invite attention to the statement
'; ', .. ;:' /.,', ,,-'. ;.,: Mr. J. Haisten returned to the land of spend a week or ten days in town before renewal a dose of it restores me." It is below, condensed from our last official report !
o f'.... .'_ ::4.' ,- '-_ .: '_ : t COCOA.' beans last week. returning to Palm.Beach again. unequalled as a quick cure for diarrhoeaand to the honorable controller of the currency: *

.,.,: '- :&- -$> *. >: ':' ;Mrs E. P. Porcher and family are Mr. C. L. Stewart, and family visitedin Section Master McPherori moves to is pleasant and safe to take. For CONDENSED
', '- ."..,=;':/: : visiting her sister. :Miss. Daisy Blodgett Brantley on Sunday. New'St. Augustine today. where he also sale by B. R. Wilson & Son.
I- 1-,_' ; -- irf home' Daytoha.Vacation Mr. J. D. Sams and'Mr. Ray left for holds the STATEMENT OF CONDITION
, ...'\.;.'.., ... .. her palatial In, position of yard master. Mr.
5 Courtenay Sunday evening. At close of business Jane 29, 1900.
of Hardeeville
: : about over and the King, will probably suc- GROCER
:i. wt; .. days are ASK YOUR FOR ,
Nearly all the young folks of Banyan ceed him here. .
_., .J.r;" children are anxious to begin work again. BESOUECES.
devoted assisted in dancing the old year out at -
? They love their school and they are .
'r Eau Gallie on New Year's eve. .Mrs. Geo. B. Hall and baby, of Sebastian h 1 Loans and discounts23OSt19United

to their teachers. and Miss Lila Sanders, of Cocoa, States bonds_____________ 101,000.00
: -, Dr. L. T. Daniels' parents, who have The Banyan House entertained Christmas after spending the holidays here with Premium on U. S. bonds-_______ 3,475.87
f : weeks haveS day Capt. John Houston and family Mr. and Mrs. E.V.. Hall returned Bonds, stocks and securities____, 145,089.73
here for to
ii---: .. : been visiting some, Banking house, furniture and Fix., 4,417.62Other
Professor Adams brother mother
', i: .-' S ; returned to their home in Georgia well : and their homes Wednesday afternoon. real estate owned_________ 6,700.00
fu. :' -T-: : '. pleased with the Indian river country.MrtW. and Mr. Hisner. Professor Adams and The 5 Minute Breakfast food. Cash and Due from other banks___ 186,824.12
: f.;:> ,': : '- '\:, Mr. Hisner discoursed some delightful The meeting of the town council for -
:,<';k.:" -::-,"." :, ', H. Rhodes, of Marion, Ohio, music on the organ and mandolin while January was adjourned from Tuesday Purina Health Flour"BRAIN $660,591.12 -

; W1 who used to spend. his winters on, 'Indian here. until Wednesday night, when the tax r M ak..e", > LIABILITIES.

?ftj f'f- river, is here, again camping with friends Our Christmas tree was a big success; book was received from the assessor, reports BREAD"

?f. : -.S;), ="'z:-; on Merritt Island. His many old friends its branches laden with received from clerk and collector Capital stock --_________________..flOO,000.00
here are)glad to welcome him back again. were presents i and the usual of PURINA MILLS. ST. Louis. Mo. Surplus and profits_____________.. 28,70893
; ; .It> ., and all were remembered. Several visit- monthly budget ex- Circulating notes______________... 100,000.00
i .:' ;. Mr. A. A. Taylor's infant son Frederick ors were present from other hamlets. penses were audited. Dividends uncalled for___________ 200.00

H \\ Iris i ____.________ ________..
I" ; &'?.-* <: "';.: is very ill, and at this writing recovery The entertainment by_. the school was Mrs. Daisy P. Blbdgett, one of THE GEREBSsES7 I Deposits 0 431,682.59

; > ', .- _. .is doubtful., Teething and dysentery lengthy and well carried out. Music, STAR'S most valued subscribers, writing 660591.12

:< 44:: .' '. ia the trouble. _Mr.- and Mrs. Taylor both vocal and instrumental ,recitations I us from Daytona states that she and Mr. e,. airfi&'s MA3tCOMWX5TAflT Lyng.'ttes EASILY

I ,!, :e -<',"' have the deepest sympathy of the entire by the school in costumes ranging fromsnow I B. have brought a new baby daughter CASTINGSMARINE GEO. M. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN
, ,. .." : STATIONARY,IBCAOuAsctaicvn.1 President.
". ... community.Tramps in,December and January to flow with them to Florida this winter, which R r CI"V"" Actuary.

ff.: :. },-, :'' are numerous.butthe occurrence I ers, fruits, etc., in their respectivemonths. has been named for her dear mother, r 1 r 'GAS acre. e ; .o utRi BREVARDAbstract

n, : of thafirat: of the week and the danger, Mona Peck. Mrs. Blodcett's man In- ....YM BOAT FRAMES --

which threatened a few of them will tend dian river friends will be pleased to see EH E LAluNtsiMcwks fiilAhi H s. of TitleCOMPANY

.- to turn their weary footsteps in another GEOKGIANA. her down this way during the season. .

w yy 'direction. Cocoa lends no encouragement A family from Erie, Pa., has taken the FREDERICK A. MORGAN --

to this class of individuals, and a Packman cottage for the winter. Others HULBOURNE. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,

;; few more examples ,will cause them to will be here later on. MELBOUENE STATE BANK-Capital$15- COLLECTIONS, Will furnish abstracts of title a

move on with rapidity. 000. J. H. Phillips, president; E. P. Branch, for lands in Brevard county.
LaPaire Barnett, the son of Mrs. A. A.
Stenography, Typewriting.
-i cashier. The only bank on the lower river OFFICE UN EB LAW OFFICE OF
The new. century has come and brought Barnett, of Seabreeze, is expected hereon and the pineapple region of Brevard county.
'? t:v.wIth it as fine weather as enwrapped the 3d 'inst., to spend a few weeks NOTARY PUBLIC. TITUSVILLE, FLA. GEO. M. ROBB1 .is, TITUSVILLE, FLA.

f fair Florida in midwinter. Mercury is with his grandparents, Rev. Mr. and EAU GALLIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

flirting with'the nineties and attracting Mrs. A. V. Hiscock, while his mother, BODGSON BBOTHEES. Dry Goods, Ship F. M. TAYLOR, EAST COAST MEAT MARKET, J,

'" :;:'' : the attention of housefolk ,as well as Mrs. Barnett, goes to southern Georgiaon Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and

:i: f tourist., White dresses and roses were a visit to her brother, W. D. Hiscock, fittings. Marine, Clothing railway, Paints, steamer and Oils for, charter.Groceries. Teacher Vocal Music and Mus- G. F DUREN Agent,

"' the decorations for New Year's day, and near Quitman. ical Elocution in Classes or

'fx the light Seabreeze most welcome If FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.C. .
Mrs. W. B. Hainlin and children of
Private Lessons.
this weather could continue through the Florida
'.. Melbourne, but formerly of this place, P. PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. .
} next two months Florida would be the
who have been here on a visit for the Calls to any point on the river promptly Terms reasonable. TITCSVILLE, FLA. I1PiFti and
'->?..' .: :Mecca for all tourists. answered. Fort'Pierce, Florida.IQELBOURNE. .
past week, left for their home in Mel-
bourne. Mrs. Hainlin has a'
\ ROCKLEDGE. grove here that has never been injuredby J. W. GRI .

1901. Who say now that the new cen- the cold of the past winters. The Messrs. Hadley and Castle returned Meats
:: '. tury has not begun? AND SURGEON
t home well pleased with their trip of allKinds.
'' Mrs. Jas. A. Ruthven, of New York southward
: :".,, : city, is domiciled at The Plaza. Capt. A. J. Goode will put his fish 'E A w f .
r'; e. Mr. T. Padgett brother of Mrs. D.
a Office Mrs. J. D. Crabb's.Grafted .
: Mr. A. E. Weaver, of New York, is anew boats and nets to work at Jensen for the
Y ', clerk at G. N. Hatch's general store. Cain, with his family spent Christmas Ricou Fish company.Mr. .
: with Mr. and Mrs. D. Cain, returning
:' : Mr. H. C. Eyer has returned from home Monday.Mr. Ricou, of Jensen, opened his fish and Budded Titusville, Florida.

: Rochester, N. Y., where he has been all I. house here on Jan. 1st. We welcome
D. Cain lost five boxes of
; S oranges this firm Melbourne.Mr. .
:. : summer. to ROBBINSGRAHAM
-" and five boxes of grapefruit in a recent
f' Monday and Tuesday were typical trop- wreck on the Plant System. He was L. C. Moore came up in his launch
ical days, which instituted search for promptly informed of the loss, and will Ercildoune Thursday, and brought Mr. Trees &
.:.::" summer fabrics and palm leaf fans. receive full payment for same. and Mrs. John Goode home. Orange !

;).._ S Mr. S. Noble of Berlin is co"
guest i Mr. Quinn Gibson has returned from Quite a jolly party went up the creekon
!'fcr:- of The Plaza and enjoying the delights of another vacation. He brought his bride, New Year's day on a picnic, the (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $23,000.00.) ;

,! duck hunting and fishing on Indian river. a charming young lady of Columbia, guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Branch. 5OO EACH: This company owns landsin

'. Mr. F. Wederkinch's new launch is a S. C., with him. Mr. L. C. Moore and Our school teacher, Miss Benedict, is the Indian River Coun-

I eC.: ., daisy and scuds over the water in a way Mr. A. E. Campbell substantiated their spending a part of her vacation duck Grape Fruit, try, on the St. Lucie River -

#,t i', that 1 leaves most competitors in its wake. good wishes with some useful presents. shooting, and we hear she is a good shot, Tangerine. at New River, and on Biscayne ,

k. Will Singleton came home from Lake but ducks are still here by the thousands.Mrs. Bay.

City, where he is a student at the college, KLONDIKE. C. J. Hector, Miss Nellie Gard Homosassa,
I.t to spend the holidays with his mother Parson Brown PRICES TO SUIT THE
Splendid rains this week. and Jimmie Gard left here last week to TIMES

and,family. spend the winter at Hobe Sound where
Mr. John C. Jones was visiting in St. Pineapple Send for land list.
Mr. Chas. P. ,
Singleton returned
on Mrs. Hector will have charge of the S
* Lucie last week. AT
Sunday to West Palm Beach, after spending Stokes hotel.Melbourne. Ruby
the holidays with his mother, brothers Mr. Geo. Hall is spending the holidayswith TITUSVILLE ASD MIAMI
and sisters.A his parents. Lodge No. 143, F. & A. M. St. Michael,

i met in regular communication Wednesday .....FO R.....
letter was posted at Rockledge office Judge Jones, wife and little daughterhave Majorca,
evening, Dec. 26th, and elected the
Monday addressed to Chee Foo Chi- and a Hair Cut
on returned to Titusville.The .
following officers for the ensuing year: Jaffa

I.... na, and Jamaica.Mr. a registered. parcel to Gorden- first shipment of beans this season L. A. Peek, W. M.; Geo. F. Paddison, Mandarinand ..n..,flft Trt 0.,'__ -

town, was made by Jones & Son Wednesday.! S. W.; F. H. Fee, J. W.; Richard W.
t W. P. Hill, manager of the Island Goode Du Roi Bloodon
C. H. Stewart
Julius Jreasurer; secretary Carruthers'Barber :
Johnson and Curtis McPhersonhave
Mackinac Island Mich. is
f' House, spend- On Thursday evening, Dec. 27th, Shop
ing the winter in Florida and is installedas returned from Titusville, where the lodge had called for.the in- 5 and 6 year old sour ,
a meeting .
head clerk of The Plaza. they have been spending Christmas. orange stock, 4 to 5, and None but experienced workmen 1 I
stallation of officers. Mr. T. Chaffee 5 to 7 feet,well branched employed, and perfect TITUSVILLE
Dr. Prince will preach at Rockledge Billie Smith and sons have returned acted as marshal of the evening. W. M. trees satisfaction guaranteed..___ I FLORiDA. u

chapel next Sunday morning. The doeS from a ten days' otter hunt in the St. L. A. Peek appointed the following officers J. L. CAKBUTHEgs, Proprietor. '

I S ; tor is professor of political science and Johns marsh. He reports otters ojus. and those who were present were at $35, $40 and $50 per 100. 3-*."

S history at Carlisle university, Pa. Mr. Wade H. Jones, of Titusville, was also installed : T. C. Nicholson, S. D.; Order samples and be MASTER'S SALE. sUnder

S. Mr. W. N. Mitchell, of New York, a down last week hunting deer. Wade decided T. Chaffee, J. D.; C.V.. Bolton, S. S.; convinced of their value. and by virtue of a decree of foreclos- "I>.4;

,r guest of the New Rockledge, left on Sat- his chances for a dear were betterin L. C. Moore, J. S., and S. F. Gibbs, tyler. Supply of these large ore Brevard and sale entered in the circuit court of ,
Titusville. The lodge is in a prosperous condition.All trees limited as above. county a cause therein '!
urday for a few day's stay at Palm Beach. wherein Eveline J.Clapper is the complainant t
.From there he goes to Jacksonville. present enjoyed a very pleasant evening and John Thomas Cleveland is the defendant t
Hon. Lucius B. Wombwell state o. w. CON'NER I will sell at public auction to the '
com- highest :.,
The Palmetto dub a ladies' social or- and best bidder for cash, in front of the ,
missioner of died last court
ganization of last winter, met with Mrs. agriculture, Friday It Saved His Leg. Ocklawaha, Florida. house door at Titusville, Florida, daring the ','
night at Chattahoochee, Fla., aged 51. legal hours or sale :
Jerome on new year's evening to P. A. Ga. suffered upon the first Monday in
W. Danforth of
-- B. LaGrange, January, A. D. ..;.
He was a prominent lawyer, and for the 1901. the same being the
,__ reorganize for the winter campaign. intensely for six months with a Executors Notice to Creditors. day or the month, the following 7th ..
twelve has been commissionerof described
past years frightful his leg but real estate
running sore on ,
so mach
+. ._' ;. Mr. Andrew Lowe Green and party, agriculture. He had many friends all writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly Notice is hereby given that the undersigned cessary to realize the amount thereof'of as may the be ne- ";' 1

who have been for some weeks guests of over Florida. cured it in ten days. For ulcers, burns, Serimgeour as executrix, deceased of the, late estate of Brevard of Robert C. viz., $711.66, and the costs ot suit, to-wit decree: 4

i', 555 the White cottage, left on Sunday for wounds, boils, pain or piles, it's the best Florida, hereby calls upon all creditors county, lega-, lot The 1 west one-haU of the south one-half ot -'! !
their winter quarters at Greenville,_ Fla., For Sale. salve in the world. Cure guaranteed. tees and distributees and all persons having one-half; the of south lot one-haIf of lot 2; the south 't.'J
Ten acres hammock land, three acres Only 25c. Sold by Wilson & Son, drug- claims and demands against the said estate of and the south 4; the south one-halt of lot 5, ,
Chas. E. Lamb is a guest of Mr. Robert C. Scrim one-balf of lot 6, of
t. Mrs. low and seven acres excellent for orange giits. 6 eour to present them to the of section the subdivision -
and Mrs. A. N. Clark at their beautiful land, located near the Nolle grove at Shiloh undersigned executrix of said estate within 41 east, as per 27, township 31 south, range ,
River Mrs. two years, or the same will be barred. This map recorded in book "X," 'on
home on Indian avenue. ; can be had at a if taken at GASOLINE ENGINES. Nov. page 752 of Brevard county records .
30,1900. MARY A.
visitor to Indian Titus: Illustrated folder free. Address W. SCBIMQEOUK, being m Bald said land'_ ,
Lamb is an annual once. Address T., carebargain STAR office P. Executrix of the estate of county. ,, .

river. vill .) ... UNDERWOOD, Agt, Roseland, Fla. Robert C. Scrimgeonr.l ELLIs Bo'W AGO "
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the Executive Mansion traJ,
both sides
.;. Special Correspondetce of The Florida Star adjuncts. 11 ,confident of the
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}WASUINGTON.Jafi. : : L;Tbe Improtement -
:; !: enlargement. and ,adornmentothe ihe"Vofficial
Little Ear-
"public; 'Y DeWitt'a(
'buildings':and: grounds-of ,the :
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a 'local capital, seem to be the order 'ofr new : iv in cleansing the

$ ,Abe' dajc And. all this '1s. very proper.iy apartments' 11sQQ & Son. ?.

y particularly In view of the fact that va on, 'the,'sec. of 'Paris'and Am

., pave just, celebrated with flourish: j}( made! for,-" ; 'on; the wedding; The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been .

: ,:c ; trumpets and Rhetoric the one bun room' 60 which will in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
r official; : | creation. and has been made under his per ,

, Sa:1. :.,' -' \': this 'will .ff- sonal supervision since its infancy. .
",'d;f.1.."' 'i ) edrooms that Foley's Honey Allow no one to deceive you in this.
=.> ..The the best for
'fW .'.. remedy All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
:Ii :- than It chest and lungs. .
t mored to it to Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of _
f z" ,, ':. ams guarantee
I i."'' .'' _" it\ he found if all cased. 25c. and Infants and Children-Experiepce against .Experiment
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I j,:,""'-'r.. dent's'very well legislature What is CASTORIA "

i .- from one woman
I 5: a year, or '
,'''r"' i:" idents are, another. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric -
1 1 1S.
; 1I ng' healing and anti- Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It

! upon \' devised is De- ,contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic ,
I ; he' past It relieves at is its It Worms "
I ; substance. Its age guarantee. destroys
,, sores, eczema and
't" > : t whereas tions ; of imitations. and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind ,

I .' Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand
..> host to
t. -4
I'*', .5 :\ .5 Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
1 s. were to be closed in
!I'h.t---: tives in I[ 12,000 acres, ly Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.

I.t..;..'.;..; ., .. White change hands. The Children's Panacea-The Mother's: Friend.

V'- now'.with

!' :: five. The Favorite. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

a't handful ,of Remedy is the
t It is and
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'.... ( ,u President II whooping cough,
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Il ine lor these dis-'
... well :
y. the least danger in I
J l .. feasts. for it contains
:;. I no \
'i :.. :.. Photo by Cllnedinst, Washington. long drug and may ,
: COLONEL THEODORE A. BINOHAM.SL west thro to a babe as to an

!., ". dredth anniversary of the establishment ing. R. Wilson & Son.
I. .'S This 'is The Kind You Have
".:: of the seat of government in Always BoughtIn

._....'.t. .Washington. Already Washington, is i
:'.1'1 one of the, : most beautiful capitals of excepting every Use For Over 30 Years.
-:\ S the world, and there is no reason why
r-5 :we should not make It the most magnificent There Is .::. : : ,, ,,_, __ '_ ____ : >' -.0': :: ",:," : ,jC -;
'r--'. Two schemes Improvement
'. when It
i-.r.. are now fairly under way, one involving Martha
f '.'"' the construction of a splendid park
i..;,'; .;, system and boulevard, plans for which through it
tj;>;.. 'vi have been submitted by, Samuel Par- 1799 but a A OYla: Fide Sal ry II

: :.'. '"'' ,," sons, Jr., the noted architect of New I. president's: $12 Wee1
:.',?::it' ;Work, and which have been approved hallowed O l.1y. E
00 Men and Y
women to and
y ; had been appoint agents represent us, some to
1 by Secretary Root and the engineers of travel, others for local work. $12 weekly salary and expenses. ;
;;...-: 'the war department, under whose dl-
1ro Old established house, pleasant, permanent positions, rapid
, :: : .' rection the work will be advancement and
;- prosecuted, increase of wages. Write at once. :
I- : : 5 and the other the enlargement of the his three Address
; White House, the plans and a model of govern
," { advertised relief to a mil Dept. E. :NEW HA VEX, Cox.t 'i '
'. ." ,which were presented at the recent who were on their
;, centennial celebration Colonel Theodore dent's \: Mrs.Mitchell
: by
health,when Wine
; -i of $500 to
A. Bingham, U. S. A., who has a"wonderful cure"
best THAT is .
with the
charge of the public buildings and ago-
Hoban womb, teucorrhcea
grounds of the capital. a of"V The weekly '
That the "Greater White House" is Charleston ses for two months -P Our Specialty '
t have closst she was a phys- ,
an urgent necessity .all freely admit, system gave
: but Colonel Bingham's does Duke of l trial of Wine of Tr71 S
project not
Et ::" Work was Mrs. Mitchell's G. M. DAVIS & SON, '
",,- meet entire approval There arp those commend Wine of
i.> jwbo hold that construction of the pro difficulty la' in words of "
for more h. PALATKA, FLA,
,. posed wings to the, executive mansion IVWrite
11> '. :'would not only mar the architectural near were the of tl'p A'' '. for delivered prices.
l ": effect of the building Itself, but detract
S As to
i' from the beauty of the White House all. Women who .,
first Ask
grounds. These critics bold that the of Cardui TOUT druggist,and do
:' executive mansion preserved a mooted if tendered you. >
', Intact not only because it is a national state that South Gaston, N.C.: Ocean Co.
Martha Bedford's Black Steamship
landmark at once admirable and historic a miraculous cure

f h:<-: but because its preservation is re- home Others in en and a gifat lencorrbtea sufferer;

garded as a necessity to the appearance every week fur two
gested by. painful. My bus- sANN.AH LINE.
., of the neighborhood which is already try Wine of Cardui '
;t, Imperiled in the matter of Its grace and always and now 1 the restored leucor- Fast Freight
British am t> and Luxurious
<, beauty. It is urged that the present executive Route
sacked the
k :" mansion, which all admit I Is '-'"
: r special
t.. wholly Inadequate for Its When the :!, giving TO AND
present uses, | Ladie Ad NEW YORK BOSTON THE EAST
building, it
1, -. should' be used by the president as an of a million ," The Co.. ,
r'. office and for state purposes only and and enn.
g:; '. that a suitable residence should be provided
ration of
: elsewhere, Insuring ,for him and.
.f his family the personal privacy which British
the _.
r. even the humblest citizen enjoys. There yf

t Is not a little pertinency In the suggestion 000,000.cost

though it will' evidently not be
:: adopted. complete
S Colonel Bingham's plan, which on the ,

<'. whole is very satisfactory, will doubt
., less be carried out. As every American The Fla.

t.:.' citizen will be a part owner in the enlarged is usually of

5. White House the details are of appetite,
-. interest to the whole country. The ness of b" -

model embodies the present executive Ford's LUMBER

mansion, unaltered and standing out inconspicuous cure. It
< relief. Colonel Bingham lates the BY LAND AND SEA. .

combines his original ideas with those::; Crates Short nail Ride to Savannah,
'" of Mrs. Harrison, the wife of ex-President It is I thence via Palatial Express I
intervention Steamships. . .
Harrison for
an enlarged man for complete bills oi
sion with wings. Mrs. Harrison's powers, at any point on the GS FROM? SAVANNAH :

plans, as worked out by F. D. Owen, down their Hips

Bingham's an architect office connected, comprise with two Colonel new country There than is s EACH WEEK 4ooooooo] "

buildings Uke.c the old one but placed and until the TO NEW YORK
., at right angles thereto and connected be incurable. ,
by colonnades or wings. Colonel Blngbam's pronounced Making close connections with New York-Boston Ships or Sound Lines.

.. model includes only these connecting cure local with EED5 A'.1' ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules.

"'. wings added to the White curable. Write for general information, sailing schedules,
:.,- House as it now appears. The larger constitutional are staterooms reservations, or call on
buildings can be added later whenever Cure, over as E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager General Agent: /Traffic HAWKINS Department, ,

>c' congress sees fit to authorize the ex Toledo, Ohio, Seeds' save that a Savannah Ga. 2'.M.\\est Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla."EGR1FFENG .

penditure.complete The in themselves connecting wings until ,such will on from the 10 drops .and lose a "'- -L ...t .A -..l..l".... ",J.. "l..t, .:.., d.,,d,.. ." d. .:L L i iL. '' .

future improvements are made. The on the &, ORANGE \HRirm ro
;-, exterior architecture, as shown In the any case it : BROTHERS CO.
model, Is In the form of colonnades and

t, -' sweeping around to the rear, with Ionic jir Sold -- O. BOX 633 B.- JaCkS8IfUle, Flcrlii. .t.tfA.

columns similar to those which support Hall's WE HAVE EM
:lsY the main portico.. ,Behind these maybe --ALL VARIETIES..
S : seen curved extension of the original BALSAM
and bewtifiei the hate.
', White House walls. At the extremlty a luxuriAnt growta. rv-Budd 1 on Sour or Sweet Orange, Rough Lemon or the Hardy Citrus Trifoliate
I Bestow Gray Stock
Fail to
,. of each colonnade wing is I ita Youthful"Color., Fine Trees FREICHT PREPAID rr
I h&it.falliDg. Low Prices .
shown 'a new entrance with a port co- For iid luuat DnifgisU Gnpe Fruits
B.n=. Hnraq+rats, de., b+ed3e<1 upon Citrus Trifohata,
south. The --- bearing in the
squarely wings
chere facing
*, fjR .. will be two_stories. In height, their col .The Kind PATENT Good ideasmay .PI4c A+complete FS.PLur3PER3lrlONssa41TED tine of Nursery Stock, especially aisled for Florida sad the lower South. t
-' extendIng to the top all around. be secured by 611A'EI SHRUBS, till lOOSED 'ECA"* \ EVERYTHING FOR
umna Bears our aid. Address, flnAIiEMfAt T/IEt', *Wf'. tC..en. \ GARDEN or ORCHARD t
The new wings will be divided Into PATENT RECORD, THE POMONa

f:. various apartments temporary par Signature Subscriptions to the Patent Record tl.uoper Baltimore tnaum., Ml NURSERIES, HaceleBny, mm and Msonrille, Fla, .

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: 1EtCUBAN1A11OID1dHEMr'The tie 'whcfiare1exp eyed'fo'arrlVe nort- ,I .

.. -' ly. The ,cattle will be
'1- .... .- t' sold to poor ISORES AND .
;I'roiweal Kom )-">xt f'nd' 8rom'. Sri1 peasants. asjrterms-p3yjnents;to be "THE :BABIES' FRIEND." quarter of a cen

?, :e ffo'to ,:* made"fn.trom-18 to,20.tnonths.They
Baracoa. ,
/< ,. .- ;. -. -i? will' tiranaed S (lOR Foleyrs Honey and

-' >Special-, correspondence-y.- -- < .of- ,The Florida.. Star, veterans ai Sanctl.: and; Spiritus numbered_ : The 8 rFOLD'S : has been curing-
SA1rTIAao'DK: 'CUBA, t one Sores and Ulcers / I of __
\ DeG'flThe: of the commlttees' never become chronic croup and
'" :8ubJectuPPermosfID; ,the mlnds of'the protested against the appointment onless the blood is in poor conditions J A .. whooping cough.: In that time

: :people' ofthe'whole: Island and 10 partlcu--- an ex-soldier of the Spanish of the sluggish, weak and. unable to throw"off : :..=t -. 1/7 i, .. it has saved thousands of little
) army as-a poisons that .
; accumulate .
larlythoselnahe it The ; -
;..< Yand1Plierto provtncesotSantiago, member.ofoneof.the; _; committees aa system must be relieved of the unhealthy I : '' lives and, every year it goes on
,; Principe Is the news that derogatory to Cuban matter the saving
the dignity. Senor through sore,and great danger more. Physicians who
building of;the new,,Cuban railroad Lacoste' refuses to to life would follow should II : have
;,. remove In it heal before tested it know Foley's
> -
.. connecting Santiago: with the. .western question the blood has been made pure and healthy }HOlt'D'1 Honey and Tar is the best .
part of the and all
Island Is imparities eliminated J
it Major from
Ladd. '
o : ; certainty treasurer thesys- -
the 1j i
Sir William Island tem. rcRntt : >cine for little folks and
Van S.S.S.beginsthecurebyfirstcleansing
: has'offered
Home, president of for sale.STOO.OOO In '
the Canadian'Pacific.rallroad gold. The Spanish and invigorating the blood building much superior to the old time
and lowest
noted price .that will be the 'lbmtCbest "
accept up ,general health and removing from'the muriate of ammonia mixtures
'T. d la IfVUfha .but"prt. will..... hem. syst m so
-- -
-or. a montb. In which to-pay tor their a 11 morbid A CONSTANT DRAIH anA Lui often prescribed by doctors, and

-..--- chases i Major .Ladd
shipped>; 10000.000 in ,Spanish gold to When this has been accomplished the dis- RmJID BY f';. ::.'-' It's entirely free'from opiates and _
the United States to be-remelted. The charge gradually ceases, and the sore or rot rv&CO ;:iv unconditionally guaranteed. :'
ulcer heals. It is the tendency of these old .L I. Little folks like it
treasury, however > ;
'loses ,by this opera- indolent ,
: sores to .
tion. grow worse and worse CHICAGO ill
.. Owing to the approaching crop andeven ytodesUoythebone BANNER SALVE is the greatest .
..... harvesting the plant rs need applications while Local healer known.. .
and they all mnnpv----.., ......._. n _,_.._ __...soothing and to some ,
want Spanish gold. Consequently aV u"Au nau: pa/+/.cannotrea the seat I ;

Major Ladd offers what the of the trouble. S.S.S.does,and no matter B. R. WILSON & SON. .
v treasury has on band In order to relieve how apparently hopeless: your condition, I .
the demand. even though your constitution has broken
BOISE. down, it will bring relief when nothing Florida East Coast

The merited reputation for curing piles, else can. It supplies the rich pure blood Ry.'

., F sores and skin diseases acquired by De- necessary to heal the sore and nourish
0:4. Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has led to the the debilitated diseased body.
making of Mr.J.B.Talbert,Lock Box 245WinonaMiss BOUTH BOUND (Read Down.) In Effect
4c"a. worthless counterfeits. Be says: "Six years Sept 6,1W (Read Up) NORTH BOUND.
ago my leg from the km "
sure to get only DeWitt's Salve. the foot e to cO No. Yo.8.1.
Wilson was one solid sore. Several fo.7s .
& Son. treated me and I made two trips to Hot physicians Springs + Daily Dally Daiy No. 28., STATIONS. No. 28. Daily: No.3''No.12 t.j
i3 Daily Daily
but found no relief. J Q exSu
was induced
try S.S.S,
F. H. Morris, auditor of the department and it made a complete cure. I have been a per. p r' ..... -r 3-p lUOOaUlOa- Lv........Jacksonville ......Ar -z..:Su- 09M
war fectly well Q 730pl016a
man ever since" .....
515p Ar.......
St. .......
I ** was Shot and instantly killed is the e H .. .. 5SOp lisa LT....... St. Augustine LT 620p 908a.:,,. i'
only purely Augustine ......
w .Ar 6 ... .
veg ;; lop 90a:
.. ..
.. by Samuel 557p U9a ..... .. Hastings ........ led
McDonald former etable blood .Lv 829a
wcz a clerk purifier ...... .> 540p .,....
McDonald then shot SSS known h -61: p 12 05p Ar. ...East Palatka....... 52ap 812a ...... w
himself and cut his contains no Q2 =. 64UP -.......... p .
.f"4 .Palatka. ....... .LT Msg:
U40aAr. .....
throat. poisonous ...... atop 745a
;:K. minerals to .4. -550p ...........Palatka.. .... ....Ar 5 45p 8 i5a .... ..
ruin the ai ....
digestion and O .. 7 Sop ... .
When threatened by pneumonia add to, rather than relieve your suffer E-4 e::: EO _.__ ..... 6Ka;; Lv........San anMateo..Lv 3iateo.... .. .Ar 'PI-I 35J.'w" 5aa i. &SIsg
or ings. If your flesh does not ...... 6 lop LT....... .:.:..:.:.: r '
heal 1205p
any other lung trouble readily East Palatka........
.M .....
relief i is loa.
prompt when ... .. 742p755p: II ........... 525p
scratched bruisedor Q Q) Jot 126p .Oraond..........
it cut blood LT ......
necessary, as is dangerous your ...... 402p 6.J2a
to delay CD II ..........
Photo is in bad 137p Daytona. ........ ? & i
condition and >rtJ ......
copyrighted 1900. by Purdy, Boston. We would suggest that One Minute Cough is to any ordinary sou c' a. 8t Oop 147p .........Port Orange.......... 341p 351p 631a 621a ...... .. 'R
become W 580a
GOVERNOR apt chronic. .. 826p ....... H
Cure 210p
GENERAL LEONARD WOOD. be taken .New ....... '
as soon as indications oi Send for our free book and write our E 4 a 553a630a ...... 23dp ...........Oak Smyrna Hill........... 3SOp .600a..... 2Zi5p s
.. \ ;as a promoter of extensive fransporta- having taken cold are noticed. It cures physicians about Q2 := ...... 309p II ..........Titusville........... 300p ...... 23ap .
-your case. We make CD ...... .. ... 225p 155P
quickly and its no ......... :t
lion early use 339p> .City Point.......... tt
.schemes, bas recently been in Cu prevents con charge for this service. 09 ... ..:... II .... 155p ...... ...... ,. > .
346p .. I
Wilson .h..COCoa. .......... II
sumption. &
Son. .... ......
ba inspecting THE SWIFT SPECIFIC W to ..... ...... II HTp
,. possible routes in the CO., ATLANTA, GA. HOOp :........Rockled e..1., ...... II O pj:
:a 0 .... ...... 420p ......... 143p.
Santiago Game. ........ "
province, and he stated Captain Heygate ...... ...... w
just an agent for Great Gy 429p u .........Melbourne... ..... ..... .... o P
\ before leaving that the settlement of a Britain, is at Kansas City, commissioned PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .R Q2 .. ............ ....*..: 509p 504p ....................Boseland\.....,..... 1226p mP'....... .:.... P o CO
few Sebastian. ........ "
: minor
details would start active to buy 50,000( ,head of cavalry horses and lr fl2 ...... ..... .......... 1S221-.
t1J g38p St. Lucia .......... ... .. &ffs k
; ..... (
work on the enterprise. It.wlll be a mules to be shipped to South Africa. GEORGE M. BOBBINS, =,Qt ....... ..... 605p II ........Fort Pierce......... ...... ......
unique N ...... ..... 6-f1p II ..........TibbaLi ........... ,e f 1
undertaking. As a franchisecannot ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, ...... ...... 631p635p II .............Eden............ 1133a.......................... New ..14
b be obtained until the.American A White stark. Will practice io State and United States ...... ... .I.. ............Jensen ........... ...... ....... Q
Courts. O ....... .:.., 645p .. .......Stuart. ....... .l
.military Foley's Cure ? .... !
occupation ends Kidney is 04oa ......
and a civil a perfectly re ...... ..... 16 4 ;
o ...
,, ,.
Office flop Hobe Sound......... *' ..
.... .
liable Titusville Florida. 19 MalOOi .. ... a
) .government established it has been bladder preparation for all kidney and eM.' ........... 728p> II If ........West Jupiter........ : ...... ...... m 7il
diseases. The a 80; p .WestPalmBeach. S ON
D. L.
necessary: for the proprietors of GAULDEX, .
company, which Eot .. f
,holds a 'charter from the state of New this great.refunded.medicine guarantee it or the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, to ... .. I .
money Do
they not deserve ,

-. .Jersey from individual, to buy land owners.for its Whether right of way the white mark? Wilson & Son. a TITUSVILLE County judge, of Brevard- county.- Will FLORIDA. W .........,............1015n_ r..Miami..L'9........ .Lemonl7ity........ 715a 723a........................... r.P ..

-company after laying rails and building Members of Col. tice in all the courts of the 7th judicial prac circuit Bugett Parlor Cars on Traina a5 and 71$T -
Gardener's staff .. .
Stations will be able to operate the Urn* of Florida.DUNCAN B8twee Jacksonville.. Pablo BeAoL And M.._- -=. "" *S3. ,
that his
for public purposes is a Question which .... removal- from office by I'If 0.27Sun No.23: N 941jhr KSJ5 ...,.- "'--. ---- --- -'--:- pOrt. .."
uovernor ivooseveu was an act 01 injus. U. FLETCHER, &an D T Norf, Noail800p
nnusi I
rest abeyance SfATIOKS.Lr. .
t ID for the
preseuu tice, against which, they emphatically. Only o 1 ezSu2S3p ez Su Daily Daily74oa SWl 1 j
The road is to be built .
east from San.tlago' protest. 1 'IXJp TroP Slsa .............. ex W
.Jack. '"
S onville............... "
to Baracoa the town which, the 61S1fp "08P b asp 8 23a Ar .............So. Jacksonville. .............Ar 506p :::::.
Spaniards founded JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 7 Cop730p 605p630p 8 5Oa. ...............Pablo .Lv 1 zrTa {
near Cape Mays! Beach. .......... II I"ter
Pepsin preparations often fail to relieve 300p 9l5a .......... .. .. ...Mayport. .... ... ..... II 11Oa t f
-arly In the M. 6 i :
slxteentb'entury., and indigestion because they can digest GOLDSMITH, .l oopl::::..
west to Santa Clara at which point only albuminous foods. There is ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Between New Smyrna and Orange Between Titnavillo

'. -connection can be made with the railroad preparation that digests all classes one of I TJTCSVILLE: .. I City Junction.STATIONS. _,I and. Sanford.. J
system of western Cuba. The on.Jy food, and that is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Prosecutiug attorney for FLORIDA. NO.I.I' i Uu Lv.......... Tit irille ........ o
Brevard s 1
It ptv. .... .. !
cures the New ''No.2. nsp
official railroads in the province of worst cases of indigestion Notary public. Will practice in all courts county.of ....... .Lake Smyrna.Ar 713a ........,...fims.. ..........if 112p
and gives instant Helen..LT 828a ............ Y.
relief for ;,
Santiago today are a it digests the state.A. Hopi" ...... teen..a 1157
freight line
owned what eat. Wilson .. .Orange City. .. ,I524p; 8 fb ..........Euterprise..S M t
by an iron you & Son. .OrangeCiL'yJunction... 930aAr ... 1135*
company running from Dalqulrl D. All trains Slop ... tjanford........... M 1100 .
PENNEY, between New
to Santiago and Smyrna and Orange All
a trains between
and Titusville
passenger Pity Junction and
The daily exce t Sanford
first Sunday.
freight tine connecting Palma Soriano blizzard of the winter has ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, These Time Tables show the daily except Sunday.
In the struck Minnesota. St. Paul and from the times at which trains may be exoectei to arrive
interior with Santiago many TITUSVILLE. several stations, but their arrival and dep\jl
by of or departure
way at the
FLORIDA. times
Other teed, does stated is
cities nor the not
San and towns in the Company hold itself ffuarNa
Luis EM Cristo State responsible for
and Doniato. The were Will lag therefrom. any delay or any consequencaa arise
practice in
visited by a courts of the 7th ju
snowstorm last
first is week.
perhaps 20 miles in length, and dicial circuit.

:the other Is not more than 40. Peninsular and Occidental

Sir William predicts that Cuba will Persons who suffer from indigestion JAMES ANDREWS, S. S. Co. t

'become the American Riviera. He says can not expect to live long, because they ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
cannot eat the food
required to nourish
significantly that he has seen places the body and the products of Main office and address, Tibbals Florida HAVANA LINE. -

that were deserts compared with east. food they do eat poison the the undigested Office at Fort Pierce Fla., upon the 2nd and Leave Leave Miami Tuesdays..............11.00 p. m. Arrive Key West
blood. Wednesdays..11.00.
era. Cuba_ become productive and profit- It is important! to cure indigestion 4th Fridays of each month Leave Key Havana West Thnrsdays..l0.-Wa.Wednesdays ...... .OOp.. m. Arrive Havana Thursdays.. ......... 5,00 II.. me nv
Ninety utlble. .GO 1'\nC!<"h1 _-1.1. L._.. as.soon Notary Public State at Large.F. Leave tey: Welt ......... m. Arrive Key West Thursdays .,..... ).90 a. m.
cent ot
per lue people. In tvV""".V, M&IVA Lilt:: i/vov metnoo of doing Thnrsdays. 6.00P. m. Arrive... Miamlli'Mt1.---. -.' ..." ,.......
J"' "" o. At
his opinion want peace and a chance j this is to use the preparation known as J. WEBB, ..
to develop the Island. One has only to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what ATTORNEY-AT-LAW KEY WEST LINE. .

read 3 you eat and restores all the Leave Miami Fridays...............11.00p.m.
journals of Columbus to digestive organs Key West Saturdays.........
know TITUSVILLE Leave .
I FLORIDA. Key West Sundays.........,.. 6.30p.m. 11.00* .. '
that eastern Cuba Is a paradise. There to perfect health. Wilson & Son. Will practice in the courts of the 7th ju-: Pasj>enger> for Havana can leave Miami Arrive Miami Mondays .. .......... 6.3fJ a. m.
Fridays il.W ,
dicial 11 -ft) p. m. arriving Key West
has been : a. m. and remain tn Key Neat until fl.O. Saturday!' "
comparatively little : O. m. Sunday following
change I on the and at that Lima ,.
The lead 8teamship"Olivette. arrivinll lea
"- pencil originated Havana 1\ronchv mm.nn..
since his with the ---- -- ----
day. The Spaniards wereeontent !!i.
with paths and trails. Even discovery of the graphite mines in England TUT. D. L. DODSON, For copy of local time card address any Agent.

the Road of the King which skirted in 1564, during the reign of Queen _. --

the coast near Santiago was a poor Elizabeth. Dentist.Office ...QUICK TIMEWASHINGTON

dirt road impassable after rain. A Prominent at residence first door south of the SOUTHERN ,
Chicago Woman TO
.. A man who Is materially aiding the Speaks. county jail. Only first class work '

new railroad scheme is Santiago Rousseau Prof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, vice- at greatly reduced pre.s. f
o president Illinois Woman's Alliance in TITUSVILLE. FLOKIDA.
a wealthy planter. Rousseau a speaking of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA }
Frenchman by birth but who to "I ,
came says: suffered with a severe cold NEW YORK
Cuba many years ago. Is the owner of this winter which threatened to run into + ,

tremendous tracts of land lying directly pneumonia. I tried different remedies, : CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE,

In the path to be followed by the but I seemed to grow worse and the med

projected railroad. He has offered to icine upset my stoma h. A friend advised ATLANTA, j i

deed the use of certain of his me to try Chamberlain's Cough \ BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS i
parts i
and I j
Remedy, found
.. property to the company free of charge. was pleasant to R CHATTANOOGA
take and it relieved I A Il
The Cuban me at once. I am 1 WAY i,
constitutional convention now entirely recovered, saved a doctor's I I I ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY
In Havana is continuing its work in bill, time and suffering, and I will never Q

, rather a desultory manner. The friends be without this splendid medicine again." And all Points East and West r

t of General Maximo Gomez are using For sale by B. R. Wilson & Son. *

their Influence to have a clause inserted
in the constitution providing that / AFFORDS !I
Twenty Years Proof. SER VICE TLIKH THIS.
anyone who fought in the revolution j

shall be eligible for the presidency. A Tutt's Liver Pills
keep the bowels THE NEW YORK
new paper has been started in which AND FLORIDA EXPRESS I
\ the principal opponents of the clauseare in natural motion and cleansethe Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. l:

described as enemies of General of all .
tiomez. Some or me delegates who are MAIL,

endeavoring to Introduce such a clause absolute cure for sick headache, Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. t

declare that they are doing BO as a matter dyspepsia, sour stomach THE CINCINNATI AND
of principle and that General Gomez constipation OAK FLORIDA LIMITED, I'I'Via .

: does not enter Into the proposition.The and kindred diseases. Jesup. I!. "

'C who prevailing vote' for the opinion Introduction is that of those the "Can't do without them" THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS, I 'J

clause will do' because of desire s WHISKEY Via Jesup.
so a R. P. Smith
Chilesburg Va. "{
., to seethe valiant warrior made president s ,
'. The t 'ac ers at the capital are writes I don't know how I could Through Cars Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room !

.. somewhat concerned as to the future i do SOFTENED BY ACE. Sleeping Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Card. I
without them. I have
: I had
Superintendent of Schools Frye and

;: his fiancee, who te a Cuban. Their Interest Liver disease for over twenty Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition Through via Asheville Pullman N.C.Sleeping, and Cars between Jacksonville and Cincinnati!, 0,

.' In the matter led to the Idea of Knoxville through "THE LAND OF THE SKY.*'

asking Governor General Wood to appoint years. Am now entirely cured.Tuft's Is the best and purestRye I

t.;_ Mr. Frye commissioner of schools Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated
fr, Liver Pills Whiskey sold Ic Connection with the Plant
Instead of Senor Forrero a Cuban, but System from Jacksonville.

h this plan was dropped. ,
-- the South.
-.: Secretary of Agriculture Lacoste baa SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS at Very log Rates oo Sale Im to Sept 30,1 BOO i

i; appointed ment. committees four ,agricultural' two ,for Santa ImproYe-Clara CURES ilLRL,All ELSE Frill R. F. BALKE & CO., Proprietors, 1'011&ti8. schedules and information call on or address ,
Bees Couch 8yrap Tastes
and one each for Santiago and Puerto in time Sold by druggists.a Good.. 17ae CINCINNATI, U. S. A. w. T. COSBY, T. P. A.,

t!"..''. Principe These committees .will'act asS er Orders mailed to our bead office will be J. U. GULP, lit West Bay Street,JaciioarUlt]1U.!

; .. distributers and supervisors of. the cat. tiled from: our Dearest accredited distributorSfe.s Trifle Manager W. A. TUBK, g. H. HABDWICK, ;
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fe-; : ;tCURRENT[ tOOl[. Ug KICS., Saturday.,Mr..S.*G.Y from nlandingham Hobe Sound, ,arrived where,he home has NEGRO[- 'MURDERS- WHITE MAN. the Then deed the was search begun for, and the before perpetrator night six of LATEST l NrN AND IN lDfNI8. .

J ,- completed< the work o!. ,removing the men had been arrested on suspicion, four .

':OSrief. Mention 'of What. Is Going. On .In wrecked lumber from the beach, which Killed With a Bar of Iron at Cocoa Mon- white 'men (tramps-and two negroes, i Matters, of Interest That Are Happening :
,and, -About' TituBYille.' was on boa 'dthe_ barque Paul, day Afternoon. who were locked up awaiting an investigation -' Around Town.
y; Send your watches'for repairs tOW..M. t' Judge .Jones and wife and Miss Annie The news was wired here Monday in'Year the morning; Mr. J. L. Mather, of Cleveland, Tenn., :
New dawned with
# arrived home Saturday from their two afternoon late .of the, killing of white day a mysteryto.
'Woodward,.Titusville. Work guaranteed.Mr. solve and a crime to avenge by jus- after spending a few (days here with his 1
weeks' stay .at, St.-Lncie and Klondike. man at ,Cocoa. Sheriff Brown went to
daughter Mrs. F. S. Chaffee left Monday
Fred ot Ankona excitement'ran. It ,
Mr. H. Hamor, .was tice, and high. an
the Indian River hotel'Tues Mrs. Jones was very much pleased with i Cocoa on the freight that night.. Arriving old quiet'man in this for Bartow. Mr. Mather' is in Florida -
1'egisterat peaceable, poor
the visit at their plantation, while the there he found that C. Burke, quite a world's could be murdered for his health, .being a sufferer with
day., goods, so foully
I judge finds rural life for a few days a very asthma.
t: Claim Agent Zehnhaner, of the F. E. I pleasant relief from the cares of. ,the respectable, white man, whose businesswas in broad daylight within our pre- .

r .c. railway, was in town Tuesday' and judgship. that of mending umbrellas, had been cincts, what could the prosperous resi- Mrs. Rowe and daughter, Miss Lena,

5' "Wednesday. killed that, afternoon, his body having dents and merchants expect? of Green Cove Springs, are recent arrivals -
In the last was stated that Mr.: The of the under ar- in Titusville. 'Mis Rowe has
clerk of the circuit been found by a colored man, an hour or investigation men | suc
Mr.-John M. Lee, 1
Jas. Andrews had purchased t former. rest set for and excited crowd of ceeded in class in and
-court for Osceola county was in town for so after the killing,, near the Cocoa Ice was an securing a dancing
Abstract building, which we'were informed Works. people was present in the court room and will give a term of six weeks. They are

.a day. or so. this week.. .. as being correct, but since thenwe about the premises to hear the result. atpresent: stopping at Mr. Sembler's.Mrs. .
Miss Daisy Brady returned to Stetson learn that Judge A. D. Penney, of the The're.was no direct suspicion as to the During the trial a negro, Joe Henderson,
F. 0. Williams of
university, DeLand,:Tuesday, after spending -, county\ court,.is a joint partner with Mr. person, but: two suppositions were ad- (under suspicion by some, but not under after the Jacksonville,

< holiday week z
4 erty and'will have his office in the apart- to the effect that he crime was committed parents to at
Mr. .Adhemar Brady, of City Point, seat among the listeners and became Sunday. Mr. Williams expected to spenda

r -was a pleasant visitor to this section last ment previously occupied by M Gold- by a !mulatto negro, the other that very attentive. "Mr. J. F. Wooten in day or so at Eden, but could not get

Friday and Saturday. smith. the murderer was .a rather short, stout, tently watched Henderson, and his sus away from railroad dutieS in order to

Miss Annie Jackson, of Clifton, left' thepart Judge P. W. White, of Quincy, was an negro with regulation color. The latter picions became conviction that he was do so.
arrival-in town Tuesday. He is here as the rascal wanted, and notified the deputy -
Matter of.last week"via this place on supposition ultimately proved correct.
We call attention to the advertisementof
a party in the ejectment suits of Gleasonvs. sheriff, who at once arrested him.
visit relatives_ in Jacksonville.Mr. The coroner's inquest was held Tuesday -
N a to Gere
Mr. Geo.: of Grand
p White mention of. which was made Henderson has been in Cocoa with Rapids,

Mr. Lederer, representing the New, in.THE STAR of-two weeks ago, which morning, when the following servedas relatives for about three months, coming Mich., launch builder and manufacturer

York bicycle supply house of the Wilson came up for trial this week before .Judge jurors: here from Georgia. After his arrest the of marine gasoline motors, which will be

,Y -company, was in town Monday and Tues- Jones, by consent, without jury. These S.-P. Taylor, foreman; S. S. Jones, C. deputy sheriff and posse went to the found on page 8. He also furnishes frames \ E

suits involve the title to numerous tracts Thigpen, C. W. Crabb, E. C. Johnson house where Henderson stayed and for launches and sailboats to order. Any-
., T. G. Ronald, of Lotus, was a of land on the Biscayne bay front near and J. A. Paine. searched his room and effects, and foqqd one wanting something in hi? Ijpe. JUdo

visitor to our town for or so the Buena'Vista. An examination of the body of the in a satQhel a bloodstained shirt and well to correspond with him. He

first part of the week, returning south Mr. T. Jefferson Coolidge, Jr., Mr. A. dead man showed that death was caused pantaloons. These were brought to the supplies the Gere motor either in the twoor
instantaneously by a blow from a bar of
Tuesday. T. Harris and Dr. R. Amory, all of Bos- court room and exhibited and recognizedby four cycle style. _
iron, which struck him on the side of
Judge A. E. Heyser, Mr. Harry Tuttle,., ton, members of the Canaveral club, arrived the head just at the rim of his hat. The persons present as belonging to Hen- Mr. J. J. O'Brien, of this place, who

-of Miami, and C. C. Chillingworth, of this week, 'Mr. Coolidge and a victim fell forward his hands and derson, as they had seen him wearing has been in the employ of the F. E. C.

West Palm Beach, were here on legal I friend of his coming on a special car at- moved upon them every day, whereas today he had railway for some time, has received a deserved -
never or straggled.
'business Monday. tached to the freight Monday night, While the inquest was being held Joe on other clothing he had not before worn. promotion. He has been road

Rev. J. E. Mickler, now'of DeLand, while Mr. Harris and Dr. Amory have Henderson, now the prisoner, who, has The negro maintained a resolute silence, supervisor for this division, but is now .?
been in consultation with Mr. McFarlandfor sullen and obstinate notwithstanding the called to St.
in for the first Augustine to take the position -
was town a day or so partof confessed that he killed Burke with the
a few days this week in reference to damaging evidence against him. of assistant roadmaster
the week. He seems quite. pleased bar of iron, came into the room. He was a new posi- +
with his tent protection. He was taken into an adjoining room tion; which has just lately been created.
new closely watched by several but
persons, "
by Dr. Hughlett and Mr. Wooten, who This will cause Mr. O'Brien to move his
Mr. L. R. Decker
has been
Ice confined to did not exhibit nervousness.As .
Mr. C. R. Mackey of the Cocoa any
talked to him and finally he confessedthe family to the Ancient The
in town for his bed until the first of the present week the body was about to be turned
'Works Monday a
was our
whole thingsaid be killed Burke withan in North Titusville which
cottage Mr.
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since his return from the north about
hort call Mr. T. T. Wetmore of the over to Wm. Hindle, the undertaker to
; on ,
iron rod by striking him on the head, O'Brien has been occupying, has been secured -
two weeks He taken ill in New
:Indian River Ice Manufactory.Mr. ago. was prepare for burial Hindle asked Henderson -
and his object was robbery. When by Mr. Jas, E. Andrews. t
York and was under the care of a physician to assist him with the burial ,
D. S,.Hutchinson was among the for several days with a cold and tions; to this Henderson demurred prepara, and searched about $5 was found on his per- Local Matter Continued on 8th Page. I 1

:arrivals: ,in town the first of the week fever. On his arrival in Savannah he shortly afterward he was placed under son. He was brought back into court

from points further up the road to attend spent several days in the hospital. He arrest by Deputy Sheriff Steve Jones. At and Dr. Hughlett announced the confession New Year Hop,
the adjourned term of circuit court. is to the waiting wrathful people.
improving, .considerably within the this time there was no resting .
Fop The new' pastor, Rev. A. M.'Daiger, past few days and we hope he will soon upon anyone in town, and Sheriff Brownwas Indignation ran high, but Dr. Hugh- celebrated The dawning of the new century was
lett in an intensely earnest im- in Titusville by a hop at the
Y will preach at the Methodist church next be himself again. making every endeavor to locate the
plored the crowd to use no rash opera house, which was quite largely at?
Sunday morning at 11 a. m. and in the guilty party outside of the place. ,
but to let the law take its course that tended. Music for the occasion was fur-
evening at 7 p. m. Everyone cordially Important Suit. On 'being pretty closely questioned ;
nished by Prof. Koerger of Indianola.All .
invited to be present. Henderson there was a law to deal severely and ,
The assumpsit case of F. F. Taylor vs. soon acknowledged that he justly with such crimes, and that justice the young people of our town were .
Dr: J. J. Harris of Sanford who al- committed the crime, and as further evidence -
D. S. Hutchinson, suit on promissorynote should be allowed full course; that two present tripped the light fantastic
ways has a warm spot in his heart for in against himself told where the bar until well the
on a plea abatement filed by wrongs could not make one right that past midnight hour. Quite '
"Titusville he resided here in the of iron would be found in the scrub, onlya ;
as defendant, was tried 3 esterday and resulted he, as mayor, should do all in his powerto a number from adjacent points and a dis
earlier 70s, came here on a business trip in the little way from where the body was tance also *
court instructing the jury to found. maintain peace and quiet, and that were present as follows: Misses

r last Saturday. bring in a verdict in favor of the plain-- nothing should: be done, in the way of Maud and Ruth Hardee, of Rockledge;

The Misses Maud and Ruth Hardee, of tiff in the sum of something over $6,000. Before making his confession he was violence, to blacken the fair name of our Mr. Bert Ives and sister, Miss Elsie, of 3
Rockledge, have been spending several ,. Messrs. Robbins and Gaulden, attorneys if he had not changed his clothes, town, however extenuating the circumstances LaGrange; Mrs. Rowe and daughter,

days in town the past week with their for plaintiff Judge J. D. Beggs for de- and answering yes, it was found on further might be in the minds of some. Green Cove Springs; Mrs. T. W. An-

_ .. friend Miss Susie Gladwin, also visiting fendant. This case we understand will examination that there was human Justice, honor and righteousness should derson, Stuart, Fla.; Miss Annie Paddi- ,
blood the clothes he had
their friends at LaGrange. They re- be appealed. on off. always be maintained. He called upon son, Point Caswell, N. C.; Mrs. R. M.

turned home Tuesday. His confession was given directly after the officers to do their duty and upon the Green, Opelika, Ala.; Mr. T. G. Ronald,
this discovery, and it was also found out of Lotus.
r : Mr. J. D. Crabb, from Lake City, is Literary Entertainment. that he Had his grip packed all ready to people to maintain peace, and forbid any

visiting his family for a few days this Notwithstanding the unfavorable wea- leave on the next train. assembling together upon the streets. THE WHITE STORE.

y ". week, arriving Sunday, and expecting to : ther the Progressive Culture club enter- Sheriff Brown apprehending that the He made a masterly speech and succeeded We guarantee better goods for less

.c business again today. He has tained a fair-sized audience at the opera negro might be lynched if kept in Cocoa in quieting the people, who began to money than any house in the county.W. .

lost no weight the past few months, butt house last Friday evening. The club was until the next train, secured a horse and disperse, but as the prisoner was removedto' J. CRAYFORD. ,

' to the contrary is gaining. handicapped in carrying out the original buggy and left Cocoa Tuesday afternoon, the jail hear oassioned cries of

t Mr. L. C. Oliver, of Miami, arrived program we on account of the illness of arriving here that night. The sheriff vengeance were from among the School Notes.

here Monday and spent a day or so look Mrs. Rhodes, Miss Daisy Brady and Miss states that his prisoner, who is only crowd. School opened Wednesday and we are i
The other arrested released.
ing after his orange grove interests in the Ruth Woodward, but Mrs. Dr. Rollinswas about 18 years old, slept most of the way men were all back, ready for work after the holi-
A 'Turnbull hammock north of this place. equal to the occasion, and with driving from Cocoa to this nlace. The inquest was held before Justice of days.A .

He is preparing to plant out more stock marked adaptability to such events The'crime is supposed to have been the Peace J. M. Sanders, and the jury prize was awarded to the one who
of S. P. foreman !
consisted S. S.
have fine helped to bridge over the absent one'sparts committed for robbery. Henderson Taylor, ; :
and will soon a bearing grove stood highest in deportment, and on. the
r C. W. Crabb
Jones C. E. C.
Thigpen, ,
again. very nicely, although the renditionof however, only secured about five or six opening of school Wednesday morning
Johnson and J. A. Paine. J. C. Shaw
{ t Mr. Jas. Andrews, of this place, was the musical parts taken by the above dollars in silver, which was probably in Master. Charles Enright received it.
in and his aid
was sworn as deputy, was
his brother Mr. J. Henry Andrews mentioned ladies would have been most i Burke's rear pocket, as about two dollars
f joined by I Marshal Herndon.Dr. Annie Jones has returned from a visitto
$ Ohio who arrived highly appreciated.Our were found in one of the other pants
Hughlett made an examination of Klondike and is at school again.
space this week will not permit of pockets of the dead man.
the winter here. He
last week to spend the body of the murdered man and reported Miss Parker has three new pupils, Dal-
our particularizing throughout and Henderson will doubt
Fort Pierce secure a
Mr. Andrews to
accompanied the that death due las Lawhead, Herbert Jletzger and Jos-
to jury was to
IF where all did well it is difficult
so to trial the
where he will speedy as adjourned fall term of
and Tibbals Saturday, Gruber.
: crushed skull made by blunt in eph
mention eacb taken but Mrs. Rol- in a some
the winter. part circuit court is now session here, and
spend lins' recitations, Master Mark Brown's Judge Jones decided Wednesday to sum- strument. The body was taken in chargeby Miss Bryan has two new pupils, Win-

Mr. Bethel J. Stewart and wife, their solo, and Miss Aline Brady's piano solo mon as many of the grand jurors who Undertaker Hindle and prepared for field :McFarland and Marion Gruber. v

4 two youngest children and baby, of Bovine were exceptionally well rendered and all served last month as possible, and a true burial. 1.80 was found on his person The little tots in Miss Bryan's class

were in our town part of last Thurs- :meritorious.Mrs. bill was rendered that afternoon charging The body was interred in Cocoa cemeteryon have been at school all the week.

day and Friday. Mr. Stewart is one of Rollins elocutionist New Year's morning.
as an exhibits Henderson with murder in the first de-
THE STAB'S oldest and most valued sub- I marked ability, and her voice and gree. Sheriff Brown arrived on the freight the W.\ TED.

scribers. We received a pleasant call manner show a carefully cultivated taste MURDER: IX COCOA. day before, quietly removed his prisonerat A white man to cook on a private

from them last Friday morning.The in the art; Master Mark Brown fairly From our Cocoa Correspondent.One sundown and took him by private con- yacht; must know how to sail a boat and

household goods of Mr. R. R. captured the whole audience with his of the most audacious crimes ever veyance to Titusville before the people be a willing hand.

Gladwin, of Jacksonville, arrived here : perfect rendition of 'Just One Girl." committed was perpetrated within the knew of it. He was accompanied by S. Titusville Apply to Fla.or address Peter Nelson,

the first of the week. Mr. Gladwin will He is only 8 years old, but his appearance corporate limits of Cocoa on the last dayof S. Jones and C. W. Crabb. ,

make this his home, as he will take the t on the stage would put many professionals the old year. The trial at the county seat was set for FOR SALE.

position of express agent at this place, to shame. Miss Brady's ren- An old man, C. Burke, by name, had Wednesday, and Dr. Hughlett, J. F. Second hand transit
him time dition of De Konski's wonderful piano Wooten and Maurice Weinberg were surveyor's with
some become familiar
which was promised ago. a object to the people of tripod. Would exchange for camera. 1 ,
He starts in about the 10th inst. production, "A"Awakening the Lion," this vicinity as he traveled from house to summoned as witnesses, who departedfor For further particulars address G., STAR
executed have the county seat on the 1:43: p. m. !* .B,
was as finely as we ever house mending umbrellas. He office Titusville. .I
weather bureau sent out notices allover was a ,
The heard in Florida. She has musical talent old train. For the result of the trial we
peaceable, quiet
man, following a
the state the first of the week of an : .
t which of the highest order and her interpretation legitimate business and earning his living leave THE STAR reporter to gather. NOTICE.
cold wave, was pre-
approaching I in this instance would have been honest toil The people will all agree that for once
dicted for Tuesday night, but the same I will sell for $15 cashor will exchangefor i
I creditable to far advanced and the arrest, trial and confession was speedy
one On afternoon
.. failed to materialize, although conditionsfor Monday about 2:30 enough to satisfy justice and the most something of equal value, one pointer
in the
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday were learned art. o'clock, a teamster passing on the road. hitch, well trained, a good retriever, 18
The living pictures were an especially leading to the Nail property, west of exacting.The old also fine
favorable all three of those"days being ; one dog pup, point.
people of Cocoa and vicinity oughtto
of the enter-
attractive feature evening's
I town, saw the old man lying by the road
in this two pedigreed stock for
excessively warm for winter days er, '
thankful that further crimeor
be no
tainment. The recitation "Fish Story, : side and spoke to him, but as he did not very $5 also have Grist champion pit

state.: by Miss Munshaw; the gaiety dance, by answer thought him asleep and went to acts of violence were committed by an for; sale at $5 per trio. M. G. ELLIS games,

STOCK FOB! SALE. bliss 'LOuise Brown; the recitation, "A him and discovered that he had been impassioned populace.The Melbourne Fla. .

I will be at the following places 'on or Legend of Bregenz," by Mrs. A. K. Wilson foully dealt with, as a great gash was cut trial of Henderson was started yes- ,

about the dates given,.with a mixed load ; the cornet solo, by Miss Reid, and on the right side of his head and covered terday and up to 10 o'clock last night a Orange Grove For Sale.

of Jersey and grade-Jersey cattle. Alsoa the contralto solo, "Mine Forever More," with blood. He at once came to town large number witnesses had been examined .

few gentle, well-broken, young horses. by Miss Aleph Mims, were all well ren- and notified his ghastly find to the au- for the state. An adjournment! One of the finest groves in Brevard

Daytona, Jan 7; Titusville, Jan. 10; dered and make a most excel- thorities who repaired to the was then taken until 10 o'clock this county; five acres, under good wire fence,
Cocoa Jan. 12; Sebastian Jan. 14; Ft. scene morning to await the arrival of a few at Shiloh, with 400 boxes of fruit on
Pierce,, Jan. 16; .Jensen, Jan.18j Jupiter lent feast of literature and art. found that life was. extinct. He was car- more witnesses, when the state will rest. same this winter. Will sell with or with-

.' Jan.: 19;..Palm Beach, 'Ja'ni21, 'The proceeds amounted to somethinglike ried to a house nearby and properly The court appointed Messrs. Robbins and, out present crop. Write quick to S. care

E. C. JONES. 1400. cared Gaulden to defend the accus3 ". STAR office, Titusville. .

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". ': ___ J.Mendel,road work and wagon hire, 8.00 !Jas. Pritchard. & Son
: _
Bow:It First Started and Developed .' contract No.2 50.00 ,
: Into> l ..
efal'A.eeOuDf ol Their 'THESU DISTRICT. -
; .Proceeding. In -
x .a Leading Industry:;. C.B.fenders Headquarters .4
Session This Week. ,ac. contract No.15 _--' 27.00 ,
filii-t: The; following ..i interesting! arljcle'ap'i? The board of road work' ___ 6.00 for. :. . .;<;,
:connty'a recent number of the commissioners TQFBTH DBTBICT.
: Florida
.Agriculturist: met in Titnsville Tuesday, :January 1, R.A.. Hardeeac.contractXo.19 ___ 25 00
pursuant to adjournment members FIFTH DISTRICT.A. HARDWARE
. :: The' pioneers from. ,Georgia startedtheir : present: J.IL Walker,.chairman; J. Mendel .C,Dittmar lumber for bridge_ 15L83

.V cattle; and kept them moving southward .: it. A. Conkling: and J. N.; J. Howard, road work J__-I___ '10.00 ,

:;.: npon;the heels of'the Seminoles, in A. A. Stewart ,Waller; M. Swain, road work _...:.....n_ 25.00aT.3reCartyroadwork '. ;:,
clerk :
and J. P. Brown ...Tinware Crockery. <
,'jff.>*V' search of fresh,ranges, until they reached sheriff ______._ 2.00 _
':: impenetrable E.Sammerlin, horse hire_._...___ 2.00E..T. .
,: ,everglades. Like.allAmerican "
,- Thefollowing'business was transacted: I .Glntcb,road work'---_..____. 1.88 STOVES -
pioneers they cared little or ''';he. I I' ,
" minutes of.last regular meeting E. contract No.2175.00
># $' .. nothing to buy, as long as .thecouldmove were read and confirmed.r SPECIAL. Boat Goods Paints and, Oils ,

.: .' ( on and find new ranges, but'when The following bonds for newly- lected E. A. Hardee, ace.contract No. '21__' 25.00 ,

!!' they reached.the end ofthe, ,'lariat they officers were examined and approved: L.Hewson, work ou'White City road 2L85 and- ',;

: were' willing:to purchase and found permanent E. W. Hall, tax collector______$30,000 00 J.M. 0neJ. "" u" 44" '1842 V -
- -:' homes. The state'sold CX F. Driggers, 2828 : _
: : 4,000,000 Conkling, J.of P. 6th Dis.___ 500 00 WOODENWARE.
Mi". acres of land to a syndicate,at the nominal M.. Hardee, J. of K 10th Dis____. 500 00 B.. a Walker, ace. contract No. 25___ 125.00J. V
P.Brown, feeding prisoners_____ 98.40
:""" price of 25'cents ,per, acre, but tbe The board' proceeded to draw the jury M.:Hardee,crim. pros. J. of P __ 3.35 Write for prices. .-
!' cattlemen could not get such bargains list for 1901, consisting of 310'names. '
.; :: A. P.Gore; _____ 56.05 ;
V Bat for this policy there ,would 'have The report of M. Hardee, justice of the A. A.Stewart crim. pros. co. court__ L23 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. "
i'\; been fine cattle ranches South'Florida peace having collected $16 in fines and J. P.Brown, ___ 1.10 Box 212..

::. stocked with the better breeds, crosses turned ':the same over, to the county M.Goldsmith, ... 5.00

. !: ', upon- the improved cattle of the north treasurer-was examined and approved. The board adjourned to meet again the Dr. S.W. CarrolL W. E. Goldsmith.

N- ,'_ and England.! : Men did_ not care: to spend The'report of the tax.collector' for poll first Monday in February. CARROLL & GOLDSMITH

k- much money breeding up their cattle unless taxes amounting to $18, collected during ,

m they had a permanent foothold and a the month of December, was examinedand Florida Teachers Adjourn.The and
Staple Fancy
, V.. vested interest. approved.The Florida State.Teachers' association

s In 1850,'a half century ago, stock cat county judge made his monthly completed the duties of its tenth annual --

;: tIe were worth $5 a head in South Florida report of licenses issued during the monthof convention at Tampa. The election of Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, I T.t uav ill e Florida.We .

:f-' and beef cattle $12 per' head. So it December, which ,was examined and officers for, the ensuing year resulted as Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware. ,
solicit Mail orders attended to.
patronage. promptly
z-Y '- appears that there has-been little advance approved. x follows: President, William M. 'Hollo- your -

V' ': or improvement in all these years, judging Resolved, by the board of county com- way, of Gainesville, superintendent of V '

7"Y: ; by the prices paid for, Florida cattle. missioners of Brevard county, That we Alachua county; vice-president, Mrs. L. E. L. BRADY & BRO.

. f.. today. If it were not for the exceptional respectfully request the members of the B. Mathes, of Tampa; treasurer, Supt. : ,

.:;... demand in Cuba, prices would hardly be 'delegation of the State of Florida in the Crumpton, of Lake county; secretary,

"" '. higher, than they were fifty years ago. Congress of the United States to use their Prof. A. A. Simpson, of Kissimmee; Dealers Grain and V

: In 1860 Capt. James McKay opened up I best efforts to obtain the necessary appropriation members of executive;committee, Supt. In Groceries flay

:_a cattle trade with Cuba. and continued for the improvement of the Wood, of Suwannee county: J.'A. Fulks. V

.:....... until the outbreak of the civil'uc. war. After harbor Canaveral, in this county, as of Monticello; Miss Davenport, of De- AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.

-;.- V the close of the war he 'reopened this proposed in the report of the war depart. I Funiak Springs. The next meeting.will We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusivelyin
t .traffic and has continued to the ment to Congress of Feb. 15th, 1895\ or I be held at Ocala. the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices ou
i.. .: up present such modification Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E L. BEADY BRO.,TITCSVILLE, FlA.
c or time Before the present exceptional thereof as may be

,<' ; .demand set in, prices in Cuba dropped to adopted. Has Valuable Ore in Nova Scotia.

the level of 1850, beef,cattle brought $12 Resolved, That copies of the foregoing Times-Union and Citizen: L. N. Wil- R. L. MOTLOW paler .

": per head. There, has been a falling off resolution be sent to the members of the kie, agent for the lands of the Jacksonville ,

:-'-<. ". in the ranges, owing to overstocking and Florida delegation in Congress at such Tampa and Key West railway and .

< neglect of the' farmers to introduce im times as shall seem proper. Florida Commercial company, has in his WINES BRANDIES WHISKIES

,;i: proved varieties of grass, but this falling The bid of B. W. Miller for buildinga office in the Astor block samples of iron pE ,

off has not materially set back the cattle bridge across Fort Drum creek, accord- ore which he brought from his property

./' industry, Cattle still live through the ing to plans and. specifications, for $465, in':Nova Scotia last summer, when he was AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.

'< winter without artificial feeding and get was accepted.The away on his vacation. Mr. Wilkie has .
fat by the first of May. road report of J. 0. Fries and C. been very much interested in the find, Special attention given to mail orders. TITUSVILLE AND COCOA, FLOEIDA.On .

-, It was believed 'by pioneers who did McCarthy was accepted, and notices and believes that he and his brothers,

.' ." :V not foresee the last insurrection in Cuba, ordered to be posted according to law. I who are associated with him, have a val-
The communication of J. J. White and Lumber Co.
uable piece of if it is Bond
'\?' that the Cuban cattle trade would never property properly ,
_, be as good again as it was In the early A. L. Hatch et. al, in regard to road developed, as they intend. The propertyis

days, when sometjmes50,000 head were known as Barton avenue, in Rockledge, located in Eastern Nova Scotia, and a hand and Constantly Arriving,

shipped from Florida in a single year. was reeeived as information.The great deal of the ore is on the surface. L Ul\.I.IBEFl.
petition of W. H. Lawrence R. E. .
But it is likely that state statistics will ,
show that since the close of the Spanishwar Brand et al for a public road from pres- Transport Soldiers Free. Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts,

ent public road and to intersect with the Bean, Orange, Cabbage and Tomato Crates,
the shipments have been even heavier President John Skelton Williams and
:; ,' than they_ were years ago. Under present Waveland and Jensen road, wasreceh.ed. General Manager E. St. John, of the Sea- Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc.
The board 0. Fries
:c' '. normal conditions. Cuba raises, a great appointed J. board Air Line, have made a Christmasgift Estimates made on building material Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver +
L. H. Toussaint and E. T. Glutch to
-'.a. many cattle'and is tolerably well supplied to the military boys of Florida that anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bilL We will serve you right. r
mark, view and lay put the same, and
V ; but when there comes a dry year make their report to this board the first will be highly appreciated by them. In- Br.d LLI. ber CO.S. .
s'' and their cattle are poor, while those of in structions have been sent to the ticket f'

Florida are in good order, the Cubans Monday county February.The treasurer made his monthly agents that the Seaboard would extend G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager,

absolutely free transportation to all or- Titusville Florida.
buy freely from the stockmen. report on the different funds of the :
There are so many Americans emigrat ganized military companies of the state .
; which was examined and -- -------- -'
county, ap-
to Cuba that they will create a market in uniform, to the inauguration of Gov.-
ing proved. J. N. Waller and R. A. Conklingwere J. R. WALKER. C. J. SWAIN.
'; for the Chicago refrigerator beef, and Elect William S. Jennings, which will
a committee destroythe
V the inferior range beef of Florid s at warrants turned over by the treasurer. occur at Tallahassee, Jan. S. In all eight THE FALL DISPLAY 'r '
will fall more or less into companies are expected to accept the
present grown, The committee having done so were dis \ I /I _
offer of free transportation and it is
in the state'spopulation \
,disrepute. The growth charged. The treasurer also had a certificate is ready for inspection. We
in the last.decade, as shown attache\ to his report showing that probable that special train service will have reason to feel proud of
indicates the near be put on for the occasion, so that the the assortment of
by the census/ ap- the balances were deposited in the Indian V I _
soldier will have ,
time when Florida must boys a pleasant trip.Treasljer's V
proach of the River State bank.
improve her ranges and her breeds or DRY GOODSetc. %
Ordered that the clerk of board file
else the supply will be inadequate to the away for future reference the papers filed Statement. r 1 :

domestic demand. Cattle now pay well, byIr.. IIarrison, appertaining to the JANUARY 1,1901. ., shown. The preparations
numbers in five cash hand Dec. to supply needs
as they double their be built the United Balance on 1,19004,430.23! your
if healthy. From breakwater to by Amount received in Dec., 1900____ 915.20 have been made on a scale
they remain
years States at Cape Canaveral. of unusual !lavishness and we
.. 1850 to 1885 there was no disease of any I
Ordered that the sheriff have the towerof Total,34&43Less are certain that our offerings'JOHN
consequence in the herds of South Flori- the new cistern painted.The amount paid in Dec., 1900, and and the prices at which we I
da; then, for a year a malady, not quite pay roll of circuit court paid outs warrants delivered to county com- sell will be fully appreciated. I
but this missioners and board of public instruction
understood prevailed- by the clerk of the court, amounting to ___._____-_______________$2,298.94 R. WALKER & CO., # 4
passed away.: $133, was examined and approved.The .
There are many thousands of acres of road from Roselaid station to the Balance cash on hand Jan. I, 1901_ $3,046.49

low, moist prairie lands that are unsuitable of Ercihloune plantation is hereby The above balance is held as follows:

without drainage, for anything else gate declared a public road. Deposited in Indian River State bankas THE PLAZA HOTELRool.lede
t certificate of cashier attached
fine stock per
but pasturage; these make The bid of Thos. J. DeSteuben to open I monthly report_______________-2,953.16
ranges, especially when set in improved the road from Waveland to county lineor Cash in safe____________________--_-- $93.33
grasses. The para grass does well and W.t specification, for $260,
Wa as per
the Bermuda grass does better; it is the accepted.The Total- ----$3,046.-l9 A .

recognized king of pasture grasses in was following bills were passed and or- Balances belonging to each fund are as

Florida practically all the follows: Florida,
T dered to be paid: County revenue, .general fund----_ .18
year round. With a free range, scrub commissioner 4.40 road and bridge ____ 2.85
Mendel, county ----- --
j' well. ,. On the famous Indian river. Large airy rooms, fine view of the
stock and the native grasses pay commissioner 7.00 building 10.83
county ------
W. H. Sharpe
,They certainly would pay better withimpro.ed R. A. Conkling, county commissioner 12.60J. fine and forfeiture ______ 71.63 river, every modern convenience, sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting,
23.40J. feeding prisoners ----__ 133.58 riding and driving. S. II. PECK, Proprietor.Also .
and cultivated grasses.The N. Waller, county -- 'a sp'l rd fd, Dist.2,'99 levy___ 3.18
cost of marking and branding the R. Walker, county commissioner. 4.00 a 5 '99 ___ 2,701.93 managing partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel with a capacity
calves is reckoned at 50 cents per head. M A. Scrimengeour, stamped envel- ".. "' 2, '00 ** ... .82 for 350 guests.
board-------._____ 21.20T. 500 ___ 6427
till for ----- ,
't To herd it for three or four years, opes -
J. Cockihutt, registration officer___ 12.41A. 44 game warden ______ 3000
ready for feed, $1. Now 50 cents more to accountant 15.00 14 school fund ----------______ 27.22 r
A. Stewart, ----- ----
gather and drive to market. There is an board and aud- 165.50
: clerk to
Total __________
#_' outlay of $2 and the animal brings $12, recording deed--.----- 1.60 $3,046.49

at, say, four years of age. Such profitsas J. Henry, commissions as treasurer -- 165.50 County JOHN Treasurer.HENRY, "New Rival "Leader," "Repeater."
these would be attractive if men could Titusville Electric Light CO.--------- 9.00

buy the lands on which to range the D. L. Gaulden, salary county judge_ 25.00 Weekly Weather Report.

cattle. The agents of the syndicates will JI.Goldsmith" ,drawing prosecuting deed attorney33.33_________ 2.50 U.S.DEPARTMENT OF! AGRICULTURE WEATHER -

not sell a township for less than $1.25 T.T. Wetmore ice__________-______ J-JJ BUREAU. WINCHESTER
per acre, hence the northern capitalistswho 0. Fries surveying! county line___ 16.10 Comparative statement of temperaturesand
would have invested have turned Goldsmith, att. condemnation suit 33.00 rainfall for the week ending TuesdayJan.
M. '
built 7.10. 1, 1901.
away and gone to Texas up A.. A. Stewart, costs 1900 1899
r. fine stock ranges.' Johnson, tank and lumber for jail 3S60W. DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells.
C. Harper masonry work for tank 5.00 Dec. 26. 72 53 67 54

Foley'a,Honey and Tar T. A."Johnson, work on cover,. tank3.00 27. 74 66 72 63
6,75 23. 79 70 77 63 "New Rival" loaded with Black powders. uLeader"t
C. R. Stewart
Cough: Syrup wherever introduced is considered ., 22.75 14 29. 75 67 66 50 :
: --- .
'c the most pleasant and effective Johnson Lumber, Co., lumber for tank.- 27.18J. 30. 81 66 55 40 and "Repeater" loaded with Smokeless: powders. Insist ,
.' remedy for all throat and lung com Bond for tank1.75 31. 85 74 67 43

plaints. It is the only prominent cough and Pritchard" &"cooler Son hardware clerk's office 2.75J. Jan. 1. 78 1901 64 68 1900 54 upon having them take no others, and you will get the ,
contains no opiates,
,medicine.that can safely that,be given to children. 25 P.P. Brown Brown,,janitor jailor-------------------____.___..._____. 30.00 5.00 Total Departure rainfall from for the the normal week.rainfall.04( inches for the best shells that money can buy.

,and 5Oc. Wilson & Son. J. Mendel, copying minutes-----.--- 5.00 week minus .66 inch.
J. printing for co. com.--- 1.85 Departure from normal rainfall since Jan. ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM.
C. H. Walton, W-W 1st, to Dec. 31, 1900, minus 5.33 inches.
Orange Grove Yowell, ferryman--------- ----
H.C. 6.00 Departure since Jan. 1, 1901 minus .11 inches.
will sell D. Cain, ferryman.H. ----------------- HAL P. HARDIX,
Owner of two groves
orange &W. R Drew Co., blanks -------- Observer Weather Bureau.
either one of them in order to give entire A. A.Stewart clerk county court11.45 Jupiter, Fla., Jan. 11901. -
attention to the other. One has 100 clerk circuit court---- 17.40
N. HATCH : :
trees, 50 bearing, about 50 boxes orangeson H. G' Bronson, coroner for inquest-- 3.00 For Over Fifty Years GEO. : :
tract contains 15 acres, near C. Carlton sheriff's costs inquest:---- 3.00 Mas. WlKSLOW's SOOTHING STBCP has been
now, -
at inquest-- 4.00 used for over fttynara by millions of mothers Dealer in
,if taken at once, and jurors fees with General Merchandise
Mima station, price, Witness for their children whUe teething perfect
is in Turabull J. Pritchard &Son, hardware for jail 8.92a saoc"ss. It soothes the child soften thagama,
R $800. The other grove election supplies 3.90 pain cures wind colic relieve the best
half bear remyey U will the
about Diarrhoea poor
y hammock has trees
A. Ford game and fish warden40..00 I Uttle sufferer immediately. Sold by Dragglsta consisting of everything.--
ing. If you ,mean, business and wanteither I A. list .....-- .-.-.......--.. 147 OG I in every part of the world. Twenty-five cent! usually kept in a. BOCKLEDGE, FLA.
W. Pauper -- : bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins.
of these properties address J. o. Fries, superintendent of roads.. 68.90 1110." boathlnic&yrnp: and rate no ocher klad first-class general store \.
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' .,f -.' > .'Ellis, ,B.Wager; :Editor.and Publiiher.. accumulation< c of wealth' : as there Near imdJ'aylor..are home again' for '

has been: in recent years, in this the holidays, bat they return this week. <

>: t. > 4UBUSHEfEVERY'FBIDAYMOBNfl L:, country.Science has unlocked Mrs.: Bottsford, of St Augustine, is ,,10?:

. the treasure house of, nature ndthe' spending e vacation with Mr. and Mrs.
". .:SUBSCRIPTION, 1.50"PER ANNUM; millionaires :has Nesbitt. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome 'l
.75 CENTS FOB SIX KOKTHS.idfertiilnKates number -
.f' # 1 V Miss and Mrs. Childs, of Olean, N, Y., :tarn tua s POWDER co..BE*voac. .- ,:;,,I:
: increased And are .
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Palm Beach Sunday
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Furnished on' a run
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jrt: ; ,Application. .1.1I .
'c.. .,,;:,w'. _>: '' '- j their millions; At the Monday.Miss Claudia McMillan, of .Banyan,-is CONVICTS Tampa's_ Freight, Rates Reduced : ..
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.- : :Z: ;', .. THE STAB ,nor its editor is responsible for same .time they are not,'as.a rule, visiting Capt. John Houston's family The two systems of railroads running
a-:.'' .rl:;... opinions expressed: ,by correspondents. using a fair share of their wealthto daring Christmas week. Supervisor Rogers Sends In an Interesting into Tampa have recently agreed upon a '. -J .
,';.. T"'. :. benefit their fellow man.. On ,J. M. Randall was under the weatherfor new freight tariff that will be of advantage :.$: ;:
confer..a favor THE
< Subscriben5'will on Annual Report to the Governor. .
::':' :_: -';, STAB, they.will, jiotify us of any failure to the contrary, they refuse.. bear a few days bat is, about again as us. to every business house in the city, \

':: -,i>>- '. .-. receive,their paper.Communications .. their share of the burdens of government ual. Was it too much Christmas. Max? Captain J. R. Rogers, supervisor of and especially so to the big wholesale _." < *
The Lizzie was out for a- spin on San- Floridafs state convicts, has sent his an- houses which deal heavily in the articles ''::-J{;
.-., k on live topics: especiallyof ; or to. use tlelryealth, to J day with Mrs. I. G. Gilbert, Miss Lizzie nual report to'the governor. The officeof Included< in the new reduced rates. C. :- <
solicited. But the editor
"J. ',>:' ;- reserves local interest the right,are condense them to suit. better the condition of'those who Danforth,'Miss Mamie Evans and MissA. supervisor was created only one year EL Capps, general freight agent of the ; ;

. ,' : Brief items of neighborhood- .news always are honestly struggling in adversity. Florence.Hodgson.. ago, and in view of the fact that the convict Seaboard, is given the credit for the re ',:. ,:t, ..

; desired., The gap between the great J. Kingan Hodgson took an impromptubath question is to be.the leading problem duction.The. '' ,,,: ;

fortunes and.extreme poverty willgrow ,off the pharpie Lizzie M nday,' before the incoming legislature, tile. report : ";,1F.

Af last the widow of the victim wider unless something is Nothing more serious than a good duck is especial interest. There are in general interest in the Booker T. ,. ''

- v of a lynching has managed to secure ing resulted from the accident.. the state at the present time 778 convicts Washington series of autobiographical = J;
, done to'prevent it, and as it grows articles called "Up From Slavery .
1 .an indemnity .the 'loss ,of Dr.Veld's large houseboat was launched of which number 102 are white now : .
wider the sounds of discontent will being published in The Outlook is ..:-:
males, 2 white females, 651 colored males con-.
: her husband. Five in from Hodgson's boat yard on Satur-
: years
become more distinct.Commercialism and 23 colored females. stantly on the increase. The instalment :;:;'=.,'
: day. The doctor will use the vessel during ,. .
: William .
Ripley'countyIndiana: has: a tendencyto the the Banana: There is no state prison in Florida, and contained in the January magazine num- Y. ...;
.r shooting season on -.4
Jenkins. .was lynched. His wife cause' the wealthier classes to river.. Mr. Jno. Edwards is charge of all of the convicts are leased to one les- her of The Outlook tells some extremely ;:

1: 'instituted sultfor damages against that his beautiful craft. see and by him sub leased to the phos- significant as well as amusing stories of -i'
to evade obligations they
the sheriff of the county'who had try The base ball match between Eau Gal phate miners and naval stores manufac- the: difficulties encountered Tuskegee _
3f failed to prot cthim from the mob. should discharge to society. To lie and turers. There are a' total of thirteen in inducing 'the ambitious colored students ;: ,_.
Melbourne on ,new year's day resulted '
overcome this state which in the seven'in the to turn their attention to industrial '''.
growson camps state, phos-
- The bondsmen of the sheriff havejust in Eau Gallie winning with a score
"::.' *: effected with men, unawares, to 'even themselves of 12 to'1. A large number of ladies and phate mines and six in the turpentine subjects. The article has many illustra- .
: a compromise ";
the ions.; ($3 a,year. The Outlook Company
: is the problem. that is arising forests. During year ending Decem- -
gentlemen were present, great en-
: widow by which they are to 287 Fourth Avenue New York. '"
the b the ber 1st there were 18 deaths, 25 escapes, ) _
and its importance cannot -- .'pay her $4,000. both clubs. 11 of whom were recaptured, and pun-
those who
; .. overestimated, by are Family Jars V -
.Yy ishment inflicted 609 times, of which .
f TESLA the, electrical expert calling attention to it. It will The two boats Alice and Lizzie carried record was kept according to law. are more often the result of indigestion ,
: .. have'to be met, and every year of jolly party out on'Indian river on new Punishment is by means of a leather than anything else. Dyspeptics are usually -* __
: makes his'bow' the new century, year's night for a moonlight sail. Amongthe !irritable, nervous, cranky individ-
the will manifest the two inches wide and inches
new century strap, twenty
: ', and he willshortly surprise it ladies uals who make trouble for all those __
- HFKV' says : noticed on the two yachts were
its l long, and the law prescribes that there --
absolute solution.
':. 9&n V with an outline and description of necessity, Mrs. McNabb, Mrs. Canfield, Mrs. shall not be over fifteen lashes at one ticide around makes them. the Dr.stomach Loyal Ford's Dyspep-and .
w: a new scientific discovery which Childs, Mrs. Gilbert, Mrs. Stickney Miss time. Punishment is inflicted for card health and happiness in the house-restores _, '

V will open a vast field. It touches, The fourth quarterly meeting of the Childs, Miss Hodgson, Miss Mamie playing, gambling, disobedience of ordersor hold. Wilson & Son. .,

.. he on scientific points that Georgiana and Melbourne charge will, Evans, Miss Danforth, Miss Bessie Hodgson using obscene' language. There have ,
;V. have hitherto been deemed inac D. V., be held at Georgiana Saturday and and five or six gentlemen. The par- been numerous rumors of heartless cruelty The British war office and General

Sunday, Jan. 6thkand 7th. Preaching ty returned to the harbor at about 10 in the camps convict
it Kitchener
cessible. The he further one reporting, are suppressing news of the "
discovery, Saturday, at 2:00 p. m., by the presiding p. m. is alleged, that he had received 100 recent daring operations in South Afric'iE

... says, .is one of'the most startling elder, Rev. L. L. Fisher, followed by Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt entertained on Sat- lashes, etc., but there is no doubt that ;' ,

,r and important that has ever been quarterly conference. Sabbath services, urday eve last. Among the guests were I the entire system has been greatly improved Bismarck's Iron Nerve >

", made ,known in connection with' Sunday school 10:00 a. m ; preaching by Miss Hodgson; Miss Evans, Miss Taylor, since the office of supervisor was Was the result of his splendid health. .

- ii;." electricity. :Mr. Tesla always has the elder 11:00 a. m.t followed by sacra Miss Kennedy, Mrs. Bottsford .and six created. Indomitable will and tremendous energy '"

, something his sleeve with mental service; love ".feast, 6:00 p. m.; gentlemen, Messrs. Randall, Hodgson, The system as it exists is the predominant are not found where stomach. liver, kidneys .
preaching, 6:30 p. m. All are invited. Gilbert, Ames, Burns and Nesbitt. The issue in Florida, and the legislaturewill and bowels are out of o r. If you -

:,: which to astonish the natives, but ,. clocks were on the hour of 2 when the be asked to make a change. The want these qualities and the success they

-; f "somehow or other he generally Change of Time Card. party separated for their several homes. convicts only net the 5tate now $21,000, bring use Dr. King's New Life Pills. ;

: E.-. keeps it there., Miss Taylor won the highest prize in the when it is recognized by leasing them They develop everv" power of brain and
The F. E. C. railway changed their body. Only 25c. at B. R. Wilson &
.- ... progressive euchre game and Miss MayL. direct they would net not less than $100- Son's
schedule the.Orange City divison Dec. drug store. 6
'' Evans: wag awarded the prize for the 000; One of the propositions is to
appor ,
_ Is the new 'century to give us 25th, when trains Nos..l1 and 12 between -
" c the long-sought "elixir of life?" New Smyrna and Titusville were an- lowest score. tion them out to the forty-five counties to. CA.S'X'OE1.JA.:: : ,

: Following the declaration of the nulled, Trains leave New Smyrna now Miss A. Florence Hodgson entertainedon work The public most road, however Bps the The Kind You Hall Always BougMSignature -

doctors that they have for Orange City Junction at 10:40 a. m. Friday eve last at Pinewood Lodge in popular proposition, 1,1-#, .
Chicago is to build state
a prison centrally '
and 3:25 p. m., arriving at the junctionat honor of our visiting guests, the Misses of .
; discovered that it is salt that makes locate, where women and youths can be
i anforth and Childs of Olean X. Y. .
12:15 m. and 4:25 m. Leave Or- ,'
the heart beat there comes the assertion and Miss suitably employed, and to lease the male .
I ange City Junction at 1:05 p. m. and 440 Mary L. Evans, of Hardeeville, NOTICE.

by a St. Joseph, Mo elec- p. m., arriving at New Smyrna 2.-05 p. m. S. C. Cards, vocal and instrumentalmusic convicts in blocks to the!: of fifty, without branch restrictions All concerned take notice that Joseph P..
' trician that he has succeeded in restoring and 6:15 p. m. The regular winter were the features of the evening. special Brown, as sheriff Brevard county, Florida,
" ; the money from the lease contractsto and ex-officio administrator of the
estate of"
: schedule will into effect The prize for the ladies' highest score in
this road
life to a cat that had been go on be then apportioned to the several Ephriam F. Adams, deceased, has filed his
shocked death the about the middle of January. progressive euchre was won by Mrs. E. suggestions in writing of the insolvency of"
- by reversing counties for county roads to be made and
W. Stickney, :Mr. Ainsworth winning the the estate of said deceased. Therefore all #
current, and an interview with a gents first prize and A. R. Hodgson was repaired by free labor. This proposition, persons having claims against said estate are

Paris doctor in which he states New Year's Ball at Grant.The awarded the booby prize, the last award it is believed, will unite all the issues. hereby required to appear and file them pro-
perly authenticated in the court of the coun
that he has found glycero-phos- largest crowd seen at Grant for causing a ripple of laughter to pass over ty judge on or before the 7th day of June A.

.. phate of soda to Be a inost effective some time assembled the Wells cottage the company present. About 75 guestssat Woman Mission Workers.The D. 1901. Ordered the 6th day of December '

: : last Monday evening to watch the old down to a sumptuous supper at 11:30, A.D. 1900. D. L. GAULDEX,
r' stimulant of the heart. There isn'tmuch annual Florida ,
conference of theWoman's County Judge.
century out and the in. the evening winding up by all joining
t." go new one come
for the discovery
reason to hope Foreign Missionary society is
The occasion was celebrated by a dance hands and singing a verse of Auld LangSyne ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
.- of the secret of perpetual Mr. Chas. Christensen.At in session at Tampa. The state society
given by numbers seventy-two senior societies and Notice is hereby given to all creditors that'.
_' ,; ,-" youth, or the philosopher's stone, 7 o'clock the young people of Grant The Eau Gallie base ball team are to junior societies six months from date I will present my final.

-: even in this new century, which is were joined by a party from Malabar, be congratulated on their push and ener- sixty members. Twenty-seven, representing societieswere 2,429 accounts and apply to the Hon. D. L. Gaul- .
new den, county judge of Brevard county, Flori-
. .. destined to be marked'with great which was chaperoned by Mrs. Farley.Mr. gy on the 1st inst. Among the most enjoyed organized during the year. Four da, for my discharge as administrator of the

J achievements. Huntsman and Mr. Killer, two of f comforts of the day were the pleas- scholarships are supported by the con- estate of Cornelia S. Bass, deceased, and as. .

..-r '. -.. Ft. Pierce's most popular young men, ar- ant tiers of seats erected for the use of the ference society. Eleven life members guardian of Walter J. Bass.
rived on the northbound train and THOS. C. BASS,
,d. com- ladies and their visiting friends. The
The have been made at $20 each. Nine shares Administrator of C. S. Bass and
Coming Problem. pleted the group of merry dancers.At clean and tidy grounds and the well kept have been taken in the Laura Haygood guardian of Walter J. Bass.

:.: A few weeks ago THE STAR referred 8:30 o'clock all began to trip the fences surrounding the club's grounds. memorial at Souchow, China. Mrs. A. TITCsv ILLS, FLA., November 16,1900.
light fantastic, which was kept up until I Messrs. Kitchell Paddison Hodgson,
editorially to the fact that J. Russell, of Jacksonville, reported on
the wee sma' hours of night. The
music and others of the team deservea
wealthy people of this country for the evening was furnished by Mr. Willhight vote of thanks from our citizens for the finances as follows: Total received,

ought to at least assist the poorer R. '1'. Smith and Mr. L. H. Wells. Theyare able way everything was conducted dur- $3,278.84.more than $600 Increase, and over over 189S last of year more of m m lI [ R'Y.

Vi, I '/' deserving classes in education in both very fine musicians, and their ing the match. On Tuesday afternoon a than $1,000. Raised for twentieth
century -
order to do away with that certain music can only be equaled by a few and I large number from Melbourne came up to work, $1,655. Unexcelled service,from Floridato

, state of discontent between the excelled by none. One o'clock wiinessed watch the boys play, by their presencegiving all points .. ? .. ?

wealthy and the poor classes, whichis the announcement of supper and each much- encouragement to both North, East and West..
gentleman l led his from
respective lady teams. It is rumored that Eau Gallie A Treatise on Sugar Cane.
bound to manifest itself in any the ball room to the dining room, whereall and Two trains between
Melbourne have received a challengefrom daily TAMPA
For the of interest
country where large fortunes are partook of a recherche supper. a sister club in Titusville. purpose reviving JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and
After and the cultivation of sugar cane on a large COLUMBIA, carrying Pullman Drawing
made within few We many toasts best wishes for
,,' a years. New Year the dancers ANNUAL SEW YEARS' BALL. scale in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA -
a made reference also to an address I a happy sought Mr. D. G. Purse, of Savannah has with sleepers forWASHINGTON
the ball room again, where the dancing Monday eve at 8 p. m., there gatheredat
-- that Ex-Mayor Hewett, of New had a book of about 200 issued ,
was continued until the Day King began the Eureka hall the largest number of pages en-

: York, gave before the Educational to paint the east with morning's glow. guests Eau Gallie has entertained for titled "Cultivation of Sugar Cane." PHILADELPHIAand BALTLMOEE

.Allianceof that city. Everyone then bid the host "good some time, the occasion being the annual The first part of the volume will be a NEW YORK.

* V V The point we emphasized wasthat I morning" anti wended their way home. new year's eve ball under the direction re publication (by authority of author) Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via

commercialism which is ward. All expressed themselves as having of the following committee : Messrs. of the exhaustive work of Dr. Wm. C. ASHEVILLE.
had most delightful Taylor, Gilbert and Paddison. Stubbs, director Louisiana Sugar Experi- "Dixie
s a evening. The Hodgson, Flyer" Through
prominent anti growing feature oi f ment station, Audubon Park Sew Or- Sleeping Car
its thanks The with
party extends and best wistusfor dancing was opened a grand Route between
? American, tends to create .selfish. a happy New Year to the host, Mrf .. march at 8:30, after which the programof leans, La.,."The Sugar Cane," de'otedchiefly JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUIS

i ,. ness, which causes discontent oi Chas. Christensen. twenty dances was gone through with to the history and cultivation o:f via
sugar cane in Louisiana, a standard and Lake City, Macon Atlanta,
the masses, and the problem that t' without a hitch, several extras being Chattanooga and Nashville
rtjfri authoritative work of its character
confront this 1'UOPKKTY Yon 8ALK. added during the hour supper was being filled
country during with valuable information for the Making connections for KANSAS CITY,
the first decade or so of the new The following is offered for ale by the served. Among the guests from distant of in growers I CHICAGO and all points in
sugar cane Georgia Florida
points were noted old friends and j the northwest.
owner at very prices, if taken al t
century will be how to allay this South Carolina.
once: among them Mrs. Valentine and Mrs. Through sleeping-car service between Jacksonville -
t discontent One four-year-old mare, broken to harness Hart. Messrs. Adams and Hissner form- The second part will contain historiesof ..1 i and New Orleans via River June-'

A few days ago Ex-Mayor Hews and faddK. $75; one fair of mulw td the orchestra. Many bright young the "Cultivation of Sugar Cane" in tion and Pensacola.Full .

and wagon, $2' 6; owi pair of ,IMTIVV Georgia, Florida and South Carolina, and informationon
itt of New York, complained thai t ladies from a distance graced the occasion application to any agentof -
mules and wagon, $250; omj mule, $7)1/ noticed Miss kindred subjects, setting forth the advantages this company.
V: V the rich were growing more selfis l guaranteed for all work slid gvntk; 3 head of in nrdvr Child, of Olean, N. Y.; Miss Mamie producing S E. ST. JOHN,
hogs $100
gel ; 1C
ns they grew richer and t at they ; sugar cane in competition with First Vice Pres. and General
swarms bees, $23. Evans, of Hardeeville, S. C.; Miss Coon, Manager,
; were not nearly so ready to assist t Also the following real) estate: lioun !r., of Jensen; the Misses McMillan, of Banyan other for countries, and their possibilities S General V.Superintendent E. McBEE.

the poor as had been the rich l and lot located near TitUBviik, ten acre,, and others whose names your cor- states becoming in the larger sugar-producing L. S. ALLEN, ,
of a generation or so ago. As thegreat $1,500; twenty acres pine land, )part or:. respondent did not learn. Melbourne, General Passenger Agent,

; V fortunes have become greateithe ange grove, fifty bearing trees, $300; forty Tropic and Banyan were represented by The book will be postpaid to any ad PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA.A. .
I dress for 50 in
of hammock and cents
acres orange grove e postoffice or
several ladies and gentlemen from each express
poverty of the poor of on same, $SOO; house and lot in north:I and Eau Gallie's money order less cost of order. Address O. )MACDONXELL
? become more Miami, $500. place, contingent ma- D. G. PURSE Savannah Ass Gen'l Pass. Agt,
cities Ga.
pronoun ,
great For further particulars Inquire at or address terially helped to swell the number at Jacksonville, Florida.
v ed. How long will it be before this most function. The .
i X, care STAB office, Titusville, Fla.. enjoyable guests -- .- -
the discontent of the toilers; separated for their several homes at 2:30 Take .

iiJ where the ballot new year's morning each and all wishing Your FIRE INSURANCE with 1L31 Schuyler .
will reach a point It is a gentleman's whiskey, a pure, delicious ,
w in war on wealth? beverage and a grand appetizer everyone else a happy new year. The
will be used a Agent fo r .
= out that in 1)0 not forget the name: "I. W.HAKPER"whiskey Eau Gallie was chartered to bring the Hartford, Etna, Liverpool and London and (Globe,. :
i .
It may ,be pointed the kind your grandfatheiosed. guests from Melbourne on this occasion Home Continental, Providence & Washington Fire.-.

England the rich have gone on accumulating Bold by R. L. Motlow and Fred which will be remembered as one of the man's Fund, and Sun Mutual. "_'

'? wealth for centuries, Lesley, TlBOvUe.jrl..Street \. most enjoyable balls of the season. For further.iiifom Uoi>, rates, etc., address or call on C.S.SCHUYLEE. Tiirnvjuje, Fu.'y .- ',-:...,

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; : : I' .J D1REJfORY.; : The plan briefly outlined:Is to connect iAth h _

F. hioajlmd the. gulf tby way of' the
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".. _...-"-".4: '.' -.;:spcIETIEETc.. ,,,,. drainage anal},' the UHnqfs;;'rler'audfcibe. r

", ... ._' TITUSYILLE 'BOABDOr.-'rRAbE7)L8, ... IssjssippL.. n'be-roject; though of Without : _
: ?:fJonesaJrfAidenti'J: it/Dixon;treasarerr I. 'rasCmagnlttfde and entailing enormansee "
,-k y'. .; : G. But, secretary Meets second,Wednz expense' 'is entirely, feasible.. It has ; Help, a k'V
; : <<5 .. f; ., ;day night in each,month at their rooms. __
been baldspot
.< ;''-, -' Investigated. by 'government t

:: ''" _.... F.&A3L:-Indian Eiver lodge;.No. 90,holdi. deep..waterwaya*.commission I and .reported nevergrows V XVV
::: -}
: Its meetings the pond'snd'fonrth
"'.Jt < Friday; on to Secretary Root *who in
: evenings ojf each month at the court house
4'A...., .Stewart,;:F.A. Morgan,Setfy. turnhas.transmitted; thereport:; ,to-con- : '
r.\-- ." .I. gress'it ii bardpossible that the Smaller.It 9V.

'J. ..: .n TOWN- -- .DEBECTOBY., .' _'. -- .,; present"session will find time in Itsrushi -' keeps, : V ,' V : ; xsa FV

'.: ,TOWN; FF iiig.l.. D... Penney, mayor of traslness to consider the matter, e

4--k; 'M.S.Jones' Jr, marshal and. tax collector; but.the next'congress. .:will probably; do S' spreading fit
; ;,- .' C.S. Sdmyler,clert and treasurer John ; until
ft:' ', Henry, assessor; D. L. Ganlden, F. A. Los T.h
:>; '-leyJ. :JiroDfoW.R.Kn Jno:B. Wal e Bnpportersvbf- .project poiht at last your friends
:', ."- ." ker, councilmen. The council meets first out the benefits tnatwould accrue to the How

jt.',f,J.:-i.. ,.' Tuesday. '-each month.- United 'Sates through the waterway, say, bald he is t

::' ;,' Oy .- .,. "COmmTDIBECTOKY.COUNTY : and.ihey.-contend: that the cost of the getting.
.. t enterprise, though undoubtedly great Not easy to cure r
: n.Titns-
>?-f' yille would be .more than, compensated. Of old baldness a !' q sz
county judge; .Goldsmith. Titus an but U
.:' y ville course the proposed waterway must be ,
: prosecuting attorney A.-A. Stewart
,t' ,:,." 7.-. -, Titusville,. clerk circuit court; J. n. Woo under federal control, since. a large easy to stop the first q C fe' 4 ,

," en,Cocoa' tax assessor;E.W.Hall Sha rile I, number of states are. directly, or Indirectly thinning to
tax .collector easy
< ( John Henry, Titusrille
'treasurer;J; H< Sams;Gourtenay, superin states Interested In It. The central check the first falling o'1 ylll
.tendent public instruction. O. Fries,Ti- point out that ,most' of their 1"

Y : tusville,county'surveyor;; J. P. Brown, Titusyille products are shipped,now at high'rates. out. Used in time,

registration'officer.COUNTY,sheriff;T..J.Cockshutt, LaGrange, by rail{ and it costs about 50 cents per bald ?

100 pounds to reach the seaboard. With
is '
COMMISS10NERS.-J R. Walker, the new waterway In s successful opera- ness 'TaZIV EEK.LY SAJLJNGS

,Titusville,chairman;W.H.Sharpe,Sharpes; tion this cost would be greatly less. madeimpos ----BETWEE.K.JACKSONVILLEAND____ a _
LaGrange; Jno. Houston Ban
Gallic;J. N,Waller, Ankona. Regular sessions ened. : NEWYORKCalling'at
are,held first, Fuesday each month It is pointed out: that this facilitation sibl Hair

COUNTY SCHOOL JBOABD.- J.. M. Dixon, of trade would greatly increase American with- Charleston, S. C, both ways.

,:.". Titusville S, F.'Gibbs : commerce with our southern The-Finest
; Melbourne, E. E. neighbors V Steamships in the Coastwise Service.
.t:' Mima Bonaventnre.TheFeafibilty which rightfully belongs to us. If UVQO
: THE we had 14 feet of water from-Chicago
.) fROM to the gulf, vessels could load at Chicago --__ Service Between____
: GRETLAKE8TO( JHf G lf.'ff It
or any of the intermediate cities and stops falling Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and AU Eastern Points.

without breaking bulk could reach all promotes growth, and Calling at Charleston both ways. .

: : <' ; and Advantages of the South and Central America. With the takes qut all dandruff. SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.

V '..:;- .1V Proposed IVaterway. Nicaragua canal"dag they could easily Southbound-From Lewis Wharf, Boston Northbound-From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville-
{ : Special correspondence of The Florida Star, supply. the'wants of the Pacific islands always restores CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIPER LIX E.DEBAEY .

{-'. CItICAGO flee. -Chicago' which lathe and coast, ,The cite! !In the territory color to faded or, gray I LINE.

tributary to the proposed: waterway areenthusiasticMn hair all the Between Jacksonville
t dark rich and
San ford
; home. of great things, Is just ,
:.. : their support of the color of Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis Beresford (DeLand Blue
; considering the splendid project of early life. You ), Springs, and other
plan. intermediate
t uniting itself with the landings on St. Johns River .
gulf of Mexico
> by means'of Much more could be written of the may depend upon it Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE." CAPT. W. A. SHAW ,-
a waterway. It is not
: byi" advantages to be derived from the accomplishment time. It is appointed to sail as follows: .
; \ Any means a new plan, for it has been every brings
Leaves Jacksonville
of 3:30 m. Sundays,Tuesdays and
.u the idea. The only p. Thursdays.
I L. : : V: fn contemplation ever since the famous question then, Is as to its feasibility.As health to the hair. Leaves Sanford 9 a.mM Enterprise 9:30 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. :,;'
'a. drainage canal
; : : was talked about. Th written above the government commission $1.00 a bottle. All Drujzlsts. Southboond' SCHEDULE. Northbound I'-

},.,..- drainage cmalls'tobE., an integral part read down
-- has I hare read
reported used
i... -- O!the ;ed. # > favorably, which am your Hair Vigor and Leave 3 30 pm- ___ __ Jacksonville_________ ._____ up
propo system e w impetus greatly pleased with it. I have ---------------- ------- \rrive 2 00 am
: is given to the subject just' disposes of the general question of the only used one bottle of it,and yet ** 8 45 pm-------.-----__-___ ._____Palatka___,'_______--___________.Leave 8 00 pm
now by the utility and possibility of the project. It my hair has stopped falling out and 3 00 am____________________- ----__Astor__________________________ 230
discussion of the Nicaragua canal, for is possible to take each section -separately has started to grow again nicely." 4 30 am_______.__--__---_______St. Francis...___.________________ 1 00 pm pm
if Chicago and the central states cut's: WITT, Beresford __________* '
were and demonstrate March 28,1399. --------------------- (DeLand)--- ____ 12 00 n'n -
practicabili Canova
S. .
i : connected by water with the ,gulf and Q Dak.YJftteJthe 6 00 am-__-____________----__-_Blue Springs__-___ _______________ 11 00 am
'' 'with Latin America ty. The first section down from Chicago ArriveS ao----------------________Sanford__________________________ 9 00 am
: the isthmian canal would be the drainage canal. When Doctor. 9 25 am_________________ -------Enterprise_______ _______________ 9 30 am
h would afford them direct maritime connection If you do not obtain all the benefits
this was originally planned, a depth of joa expected from the General Passenger and Ticket
use of the Office 204 West Street
Bay Jacksonville
: with the Pacific Fla.
coast and AsiaIt ; 14 feet was considered sufficient but Vigor,write the Doctor about it. ,
"'UCbe. seen: that the I Address,Da.J.C.AYEK. W. H. WAEBURTON, T. P. A..
scheme bears i the trustees decided to make It eight Lowell.Mass. 19 State St., :New York. F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., F. P. A.,
204 West Bay St. Jacksonville
- feet more with a view to this very utilization A. C. HAGERTY, Passenger,Agent C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. Supt Fla.

.. of theVanai besides its originalpurpose 19 State street. New York. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.
of providing drainage for Chi Freight Agent JOHN L. HOWARD, Superintendent,

., cago. The second section, the Illinois Commandant Snyman says that the THEO.Foot G. EGER Hogan, General St., JacksonvilleFla. Foot Hogan St, Jacksonville, Fla.
'i Manager. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents.
1 river, can be dredged to a sufficient Boers will never quit. Chesebrough Building, 19 State Street, Opposite Battery Park New York.

r tQMNN. depth while the third and longest the

J 1 w %: Mississippi.could, in the opinion of expert Threatened with Consumption.

1 engineers, be rendered navigable C. linger, 212 Maple St., Champaign, -
j 1Hca III. writes
,_, y by the largest vessels. :
1I r. Th> Mississippi question Is Intimately I was troubled with a hacking cough

I for! a year and I thought I had the con-

\ _. connected with the Irrigation problem umption. I tried a great many remedies -
: V V of the far west As Is well known and was under the care of physicians

the main cause of the far several
practically un- months. I used one .R.I"P.AN1

.. IND. navigable condition of the river I Is the bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and i it

._ floods that destroy and change theriver cured me, and I have not been troubled l i

channels. These floods can be since. Wilson & Son. .;%: "SS'
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r T,LOUIS "KY, controlled and checked by. the storingof ',";

r.-. 1 hit \\:Ikl"'Ii \\w nv< rs inUiiinr.v to A Knox county, Mo., girl spelled 2,100 I

J, Alit M+,si i=:'iow'.uclj; : is the purpose words cot ret tly at ? spelling bee at Edna,

i ARIC. _, rr (Ill{' i Irn'r.i'ionMs.Thi Mo., and took the prize over forty con : I't

t \ phio I h only -VIP of a number of testants.
.. yy
isS ALA... Qk ,\ great waterway projects that arlIn .

ti. contemplation.: Among others those THESICK! V
; ;: vicsBima ARE
S looking to the direct connection of the "
II I middle west with the east without' V

:. REf touching Canadian territory are of MADE WELL STOMACH 4
, .F W OEZLEA great economic and political Impor 4 .

e i tance. HENRY W. MILLER. And the Weak are Restored to Full Vigor .J J
'. V uIb1 and Strength at the Hands of the Greatest .

Chapped hands cracked Healer of Modern Times.Have c
lips and :
tr roughness: of the .skin l cured quickly by Are You 1>oesyourbloodshowtiiatitcoatatns'Sick you any pain or ache or weainwsj r TROUBLE

Banner Salve, the mtfet healing ointment ? purities Are you nervous Do you tktr
; lW PROJECTED WATERWAY. in the world Wilson & Son. -snap and activity of mind and body? Are

. within Itself the germs of unlimited opportunities lost you ambition easily tired? b? Have then : ,X

and possibilities for the Nikola) Tesla says he hopes to perfect a t system unnatural Is every drain organ ui
great central portion of our country system for the transmission of power forminsr its proper\ func
tion? I n Other Words
and is of undoubted importance to to without the employment of any connecting Are lou a J'erfecdy: .

other sections. wire. s'a ? Stron. Healthy r, Active,,Happy VisorOHS ; i IRRITABLE

._ "'A \ Man or Woman? A-
-- -- -- It Hits the-Spot. \ If not,you should not de

:' Women as Well as MenAre When suffering from a severe cold and x''i l> 1' suit lay one a day sr'Wialist before, you oneahomthehumanbodyfs con-to _' Mr.' Isaac Smith, living at 1737 -

Made your throat and lungs feel sore, take a 9.. open book and who andeverypha'eof an: Lindenwood
Miserable by dose of Foley's Honey: and Tar, when a V\ V stands weak- Avenue, Philadelphia,
ness and disease
:=- the soreness will be at once relieved, a --..;;: e horn the proiwr treatment and to Pa. writes :
:_ Kidney Trouble. for a cure is Having been a suffer-
warm grateful feeling and healing of the iha a rri; of a column;-of firurcs. as simple *} I t

narta nffpptml will HA. wvnpnpnfWI'-- '----.' _and__ The Forover 2Uy ear? DK.J.XEWTOX er for a number of years with stomach
you will say: "It feels so good. IT HITSTHE IIATA11:4Yhasbeen the leading

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages SPOT." Guaranteed. Wilson & Specialist.speciahrtof\! tbiscountry.for g larger Ills prac than- s Ii trouble and biliousness induced by
and lessens ambition Son. thatofallotherepecialistscombuied His cures of all Li
beauty,vigor -orts of diseased conditions have been
tLe oi sudden
:'? n i and cheerfulness soon the medical profession; and the people generally.marvel lljc V: change of duty and irregularly -
fame hail
i. 1 + disappear when the kid- British volunteers in South Africa are Those afflicted"spread ilh Into all every town and every hamlet
tuanner I
!!Ou hl eating became
neys are out of order clamoring to be returned to England by his the services in order that they might be made whole irritable, cross

:" or diseased. The government is offering them large meet. administering Wrecks of humanity of his wonderful have come system to of him treat foi and haggard. 1 wa -
persuaded to
,:., Kidney trouble has bonuses consultation and medicines,who a few month" latex "' try
'. %c to continue in the field. have returned to him In most vigorous
t;, ... become so prevalent A.I DiseaseshiDr.Eatha ay!!. to giVE I Ripans Tabules. From the beginning -
I that it is not treat? all diseases,
uncommon season there is a large death rate Cured those Peculiar to I I
til : men and thost r noticed
II ", .' \' 'o for a child to be born among children from croup and lung Catarrh Rheumatism peculiar to women, as well a a change, and have j
Kidney ComplaintsEcze V
afflicted with weak kid- troubles. Prompt action will save the and all forms of lingering and chronic disorders. VS become so that I
=- neys. If the child urinates little Pr.Hathaway's sleep regularly eat
' t ones from these terrible disease V riCOCelC and success lathe -
- too often if the We know of nothing so certain to give Stricture. treatment Stricture without of Varicocele the aid of knife and i with a relish and feel in the best of
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child instant relief One Minute or cautery is phenomenaL The
as Cur .
Congh e patient Is treated
, reaches an age when it should be able to It can al!&o be relied upon in grippe and without pain or loss by of this time method from at busmen.his own This home Ie q 4 health. This was about six weeks

; control the passage, it is yet afflicted with all throat and lung troubles of adult ,positively; the only treatment which cures with out an V

bed-vetting, depend upon it, the cause of Pleasant to take. Wilson & Son. ,operation.ion of sufferers Dr. Hathaway from Varicocele calls the aril particular Stricture atten to ago, and I am still using the Tabules
r Y the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first ages 27,28,: ,30 and 31 of his new book which will be from \I ,
taking I
Case sent free on application. one to two
, step should be towards the a day. I
' treatment, of A Kansas City dancing master believes Every case taken by Dr. Hathaway can :
these Important organs. This unpleasant SpecIally Is specially treated according toit safely the
trouble is due to a diseased newsboys would achieve greater success Treated I'Rture-a1 under bis p'neralpersonal say medicine has done me
condition of
. in life if they learned to dance, and tenders him are prepared lupervtslon.andal1remedl from the !used Ain I 4 l_ lots of
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as h is own lab ratones under purest his and best drugs good, and I shall only be too
most people suppose. instructions to them. and all from special prescriptions of his oversight I

Women as well as men are made mis LOW tation Dr.Hathaway or advice makes, either no charge own.for consul 4 >c glad to recommend it to others.- "
at his
erablewith kidney and bladder trouble, Wilson & Son guarantee every battle of Fees mall tee ,and when ease is taken the office one or low bj k < jj E
and both need the same great remedy.i Chaml>erla5n's Cough Remedy and will S 1 OL seniCf'll.covers all cost of medicines and prof .. 't" -

VV V The mild and the immediate effect of refund the money to anyone who is not ". NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. 0. ',.". cr

Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold satisfied after using two thirds of the con 25 Dr. Hathaway&Co,

by druggists, In fifty- tents. This is the best remedy in the Bryan lE."iYIOXTHIS Street Savannah, Ga.
cent and'one dollar to wY world for la grippe, roughs, colds, croup WRrTIXG.

sizeS. You may have a and whooping cough and is pleasant and ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.

bottle safe to take. It prevents tendency of 'V :.-!we oftxa
sample by mail any Notice Hearth that 1t-t-A. cs ,
is "m
; hereby given that at ter ,
the n 1
on 26th day waons Att. o.a >.a
cold ,
a ta result in g .es t.l>.t Irote
free also'paniphJet tellHome of 9watnpRoot. pneumonia. of April, 1901, or as soon thereafter as I can be I sad accept Ho a4.Chtta ICI-P a 3 B. s.r tae f .ari L{ f: 1.8 :r: -
ee: ;
.5 ing nil.about it. including many of the O.a.STOn.z.A. heard I will apply to the county judge of ;;r::.. wi .Blptrw- 1 .:e mar=T had Wdni aa"
> ,. =
thousands of testimonial letters received Brevard county for a final settlement of at
from sufferers cured.. In writing Dr. Kilmer Bears the 1118 Kind You Hall Always BougftBigutm : accounts and my discharge as administrator ;

& Co.. Blnghamton, N,_ Y.. be sure and #+#. of the estate A.of C.John DITTMAR Hetherington.
s : -.. :mention this paper.. of Oct. 26, 1900

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