The Florida star.

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

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I'f' ; fl'IMI'ill: I IIRlIMC: ', ; timej}' faror,':and :-flome of r,the,daintiest' r .
j.: 60 .GET"uP -
.. ..r garments of the'new year's. ( output are ,
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\fJ' 'Olive Haeper: So e TlmeIJ Sus-. 'One :unusuallyj; pretty negligee ,Is WITHA; LAME BACK? *-<

.<;4 e :geettona i for Women: madeJf' white. ,Japanese, washable silk .

t. '3 ::SpW3iiliwr.. p tdence. o|The FloridA Star and; "' is' long-to.'the 'feet' In 'fact-and Kidney TroaMe" Mak -You Miserable. 1V
; jt ) >-- has
a short.hiothefHubbard
: yoke, and
: NEwYosx; ;JanaWomen:: ; aif know this Is bordered 'with"a: "wide 'ruffle of" Almost everybody who reads' the newspapers

:when'U e ,end jof thl.'.whiter, season- has the silk, which can easily be- understood -' is sure_ to toow.of the, wonderful

:eomexbythe, first's:,vhite'sa1t.. that by a reference' tothe illustration.' l' tf"| *'*rl v cures made. by. Dr. /y :% -44h tVt

t 4 muks, the i.I iO t:01.: them. By next This Is trimmed as are the:sleeves and Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
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i ;Q :;week, .U the prominent stores will have bottom with rows of open trop troq; the great bladder kidney remedy., liverand ,

blossomed tout Into:whiteness, and 'the lace. This In ,turn' has.rowsof pretty. 't<<; It Is the great medical

windows:; look, ribbon .run in. One might ke this .
L 'will. like a popcorn ,kettle .m triumph of the nineteenth -
ftU w Ui"perhapshere' of fine wool and let the.trimming be of century! "dis-
and there
narrow ribbon cross stitched, on., The.. covered after years of 1 c// :
F. oi/color.In,1the. ,shape,of tiny bows and'trou important part. .S scientific research by ? o&r
r :trou"ribbons' ran in':the holes, In OLIVE ffiBPE& Dr. -Kflmer, the. eminent _, oFtt

the embroidery:, If there be those'who kidney and bladder Y

R r 'do not believe\thaibthere 'are fashions Chapped hands cracked lips and '"'"""!-- ; specialist, and is

in thee underwear' ;leathern: listen roughness 'of the skin cured quickly by wonderfully successful in promptly curing

and find_outFirst:: ,in, thelist dome the Banner Salve, the most healing ointment i bles lame and back Bright's,kidney Disease bladder which, uric acid trou- d i rV
J t petticoats ;in point"'of,.importance, and in Wilson &Son form of kidney trouble. worst ____ V I
some; tiliemare:: worth: a small for, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended / V_ 4 ? Ie,01jI 3TVV

tunas .they are ,loaded', with fine Beat,Out.of an Increase of HIa Pension., for everything but if you have kid-

lace and are even made of linen lawn. Mexican war'veteran and prominent ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found :

which Is a costly;material. Some of editor writes;" "Seeing the advertisementof just the remedy you need. It has been testedin TVV

} these are cut in umbrella shape, and Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and so many ways, in hospital work, in private

'the: bottom is ornamented with a Diarrhoea Remedy, I ant 'reminded thatas practice, among the helpless too poor to pur- f r _
soldier in Mexico in ?47 and '48 I chase relief and has proved so successful in
flounce which is TRZVV E A.JLJNGS ;
simply the_foundationof
case that a special arrangement has
contracted Mexican' Diarrhoea and every
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.five or six: other ones, and each is In : this from been made by which all readers of this paper .B&TWEEN i
as kept
remedy ,me getting
turn .edged'wltb cluny, fine who have not already tried it,' have .
torchon an increase in 1 pension, for on every may' a JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK
point. de Paris or Valenciennes: lace. renewal a dose of it restores me." It is sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book i

it : V Some, .even, are :trimmed with more unequalled as a quick cure for diarrhoeaand telling more about Swamp-Root and how to s Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways. '

expensive lace, but it. is quite enough pleasant and safe to take. For find When out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service.THE .

when the laces mentioned used sale by B. R. Wilson& Son. wrtJingmentlon reading this generous .. .
are offerin' this paper and CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES :, .
I Some of the skirts have but one .
Easy ''biethods -"Yesterday I tried send your address to !p.", ____Direct Service Between____ 5V, .
flounce but; this Is made deep and Dr.Kilmer&Co.,Blng- : ::1m'' .... ,,, '
t b' is inset with six or seven rows of ,lace some of the 'Simple Dishes for. Luncheon. hamton, N., Y. The "'I '" Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and All Eastern Points. ,' "j -

l insertion, and the bottom is just one .? "How did they come out?" "I regular fifty cent and Home!Swamp-Boot., Calling at Charleston both'ways. ". '''-

;:row of lace, set, on as full as it can got them done in time for dinner.- dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.A SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS. ': ..
Chicago Record. -SoTrthbound-From Lewis Wharf, Boston. Northbound-From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
f_ be gathered.. The* object of this pe .,,
collar DUeuiBion of the Supernatural. CLYDE'S: ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE. '
|* way. of using up lots of lace Is '

< to ',make the garment cost all It can Family Jars "Mammy." said Plckaninuy Jim. whobad DEBARY LINE. ,_ ..

' and .so" keep the: noses of the poor are more often the result.,of. indigestionthan maintained a long and thoughtful Between Jacksonville and Sanford, .

.unfortunate 'men, who must work to ually anything irritable else.nervous Dyspeptics'cranky.individuals us-- i I silence. "is dar any secb ting as culludfolks' Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis Beresford (DeLand), Blue Springs, and other, '
ly; ha.nts1""rou intermediate landings St Johns River ..
on -
for all this down ,
flummery right
pay who make trouble for all those ;
mean gboses." rejoined Aunt Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," CAPT. W. A. SHAW, V
: close to the grindstone. The principalidea around them. ,Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspep- ,
Maria as she turned from the ironing is appointed to sail as follows: ;
ticide the stomach and
in the present .shape is to have makes right re-
board. Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m. Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays.
stores health and happiness in the house
the 'top as tight as it'can be made, .
i hold. Wilson & Son. "Yas'm. Leaves Sanford 9 a.m., Enterprise 9:30 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. '
and.the bottom
as flaring. This would
y "Well sonny you has bit on a sub- Southbound SCHEDULE. Northbound
signify that we are not yet out of the read down read '.

ri Vy WQOds, as far as' the sheath dress "Let us tell all the good things we Jek dats been. givin science a heap of Leave 3 30 pm_______________________-Jacksonville__________ _______-_____Arrive 2 00 up am
I skirts rned. may,.and think as little evil as' we can, trouble. Maybe dar Is cullud folks' 8 45 pm___________________ _____..Palatka________________________Leave 8 00 pm f
W"- are con that. we may have little to tell but eood.: ghoses. an maybe dar ain't. De diffi 3 00 am_________________._:_ ____.Astor___________________________ 2 30 pm
Some of the white skirts have culty of ascertainment lies in de tack 4 SO am_______________________-St Francis________________.______ ,100pm
; flounces made in points, and these -Frances E: Willard. ______________________Beresford (DeLand)__________________ 12 00 n'n
' are decorated, with six and seven dat $It dar was a cullud folks' gbose his 6 00 am____-____________________Blue Springs______ _________________ 1100 am '
Pepsin preparations often fail to re- complexion would be so dahk dat you Arrive 8 30 a no__________________________.Sanford_________________________ 9 00 am
tiny ruffles, each having a row of lieve indigestion because they can digest couldn' notice Mm..-Washington Star. 9 25 am__________________ ________Enterprise________ ________________ 9 30 am 3
lace sewed on In form of another !
t only albuminous foods. There is one --- General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
j=r ruffle, so that the whole se'out widely preparation that digests all classes of

; at the bottom. The white skirts are food, and that is Kodol Dyspepsia Cur W.H., WARBURTON, T. P. A.. F. M. IRONMONGER, JE., F. P. A.,
than ANew Book For MenSpecial 19 State St., New York. 204 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. .
much longer ,the silk and cotton It cures the worst cases of indigestionand '
A. C. HAGERTY, Passenger Agent, C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. Supt
ones as white skirts are more for gives instant relief, for it digests 19 State street. New York. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. ,

dressy occasions, and few wear them.. what you eat. Wilson &-Son.. THOS. D. HALEY, Local Freight Agent JOHN L.HOWARD, Superintendent,
in the streets. Arrangements Whereby Free Foot Hogan St., JacksonvilleFIa. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. t

I 'V' NegUgees'are among the daintiest are All the Fixings. Guest-"Bah! Is this Copy Can Be Obtained by Every THEO.Chesebrough G. EGER.Building General Manager.State Street WM.,Opposite P. CLYDE Battery& CO.Park, General New York.Agents. k '

4. tides of feminine'attire. They are:otj filtered waterChicago Waiter-"Yes, Reader of This Paper. .
sir." Guest-"Phew! Give me some un- .
the sheerest of batiste and linen lawn ,
: For weeks the
1 .. and trimmed with the finest of lace filtered, then.. Waiter (loudly to cook) hare been busy turning ,....-- ..- ---_. --- -- ... .,
-"Glass of unfiltered an' i out the enormous edit-
water a
C and embroidery, and these set off with spoon. ion of Dr. J. Newton
ribbons of delicate tints. Some few -New York Weekly. Hathaway's new book- j
"Manliness, Vigor,
J have embroidery done by hand in .V i Health"-necessary to f
washable'silks In various colors. These Persons who suffer from indigestioncan satisfy thepublic de-
not to live long because they 1 mand. Dr.
expect Hathaway
also quantities of lace. '
4 are edged with cannot eat the food required to nourish a' has reserved a limited
boon it Is womankind that number of these books,
r What a to
the of the undigested I
body and the products and these he hasspecially
t a way-to'make,pretty laces by machinery food they do eat poison the blood.It arranged to send free by ItII. A & T rI
'l-: was Invented! Now we can all is important to cure indigestion as soon mall tc a 11 readers of this VT :
who send names
j- have, some lace, If :not all we would as possible, and the best method of doing paper ana full address to him. '

'I'In this is to use the preparation known as For 20 years Dr.Hathaway has confined his -
I.'I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what practice almost exclusively to diseases of men, HIbld
v and during that time he has restored more men I
\ you eat and restores all the digestive organs to health, vigor usefulness and happiness than 'A3
to perfect health. Wilson & Son. any ten other doctors in the country combined.Dr. .
. Hathaway treats and cures by a method
entirely his own discovered and perfected by
: ', A Scientist at Work."How did you himself and used exclusively by him. Loss of

tl i .",-,. come to be a professional beggar?" "I in Vitality its different, Varicocele stages, ,Stricture Rheumatism Blood, Weak Poisoning Back,

tL ain't no professional beggar. I'm employed all manner of urinary complaints, Ulcers, Sores
and Skin Diseases, Brights Disease and all formsof
to git up statistics .on how many Kidney Troubles. His treatment for under-

heartless people they is in this town.- toned men restores lost vitality and makes the .
L patient a strong,well vigorous man. :
,tf2 Chicago Record. Dr. Hathaway's success In the treatment of \
. : Yaricocele and Stricture without the aid of Knifeor
cautery is phenomenal. The patient is treat- .:YI
ii'f'f.l Cold Steel or Death ed by this method at his own home without painor .:

N "There is but one small chance to loss of time from ':business. This is positively I I ,, '''1)/ Irn1/
. gave the only; treatment which cures without an operI, are; II
.;,;: your life and that is through an oPeration ition. Dr. Hathaway calls the particular atten- !I I YUl4' 1Vji
: ," was the awful prospect set before Bon of sufferers from Varicocele and Stricture to
: 27,28,29,30 and 31 of his new book. I
Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge, Wis., by pages Every case taken by Dr. Hathaway is specially !'
her doctor after vainly trying to cure her treated according to its nature,all under his gen- With colic '
of a frightful i case of stomach trouble and jral personalsupervisionand all remediesused by 1 i! ; y pains ;
I dim are prepared from thepurestand bestdrugs in :
yellow jaundice. He didn't count on the His own laboratories under his personal oversight.
marvelous power Electric Bitters to cure Dr. Hathaway makes no charge for consultation
stomach and liver troubles but she heardof or advice either at his office or by mail and : )
Then a case is taken the one low fee covers all Tabules
L'L'iL it, took seven bottles; was wholly ;ost of medicines and professional services.Dr. Ripans ,
cured, avoided surgeon's knife, now .Hathaway always prefers,when It is possible -
weighs more and feels better than ever. ,to have his patients call on him for at least '* I.
me Interview,but this is not essential as he has *-
It's positively guaranteed to cure stom- mred scores of thousands of patients In all sec- :
ach, liver and kidney troubles and never :Ions of the world whom he has never seen. His i Our doctor explains
disappoints. Price 50c at B. R. Wilson system of Home Treatment Is so perfected that ,
le can bring about a cure as surely aud speedily
: I Ii & Son's drug store. 1 is though the patient called daily at his office. !

Bottle Free to Sufferers. ;
Dr. Hathaway&Co., ; Are .
; Deep-seated obstinate cases the kind that J5 Bryan Street Savannah,Ga I yy
have resisted doctors, hot springs and patent
medicine treatment, quickly yield to B. B. B.
(Botanic Blood Balm) thoroughly tested for :
30 years. Have you mucuous patches in the And cheaper to buy
mouth? Sore throat? Eruptions? Eating

1 .r sores? Bone pains? Itching skin? Swollen t
.I glands? Stiff joints? Copper colored spots? '
Chancres? Ulceration on the body? Hair and I tombstone .
eyebrows fall out? Is the skin a mass of boils Than a
, pimples and ulcers? Then this wonderful B. Cure 1

1 B. B. specific will completely change the Dyspepsia E i <,:\
fY'NEGLIG1tS' whole body into a clean,, perfect.condition, f.'
wish, and nothing trims undergar- free from eruptions, and skin smooth with the
, ments like lace. Some of the embroideries glow of perfect health. B. B. B. drains the Digests what you eat.It To mark your remains. I
V are almost as fine as lace, poison out of the system so the sympt 'ins can- artificially digests the food and aids '
t B. B. B. builds the broken
V not return. up Nature in strengthening and recon- .
s' and,hi a few cases I have.seen a pretty down constitution and improves the digestion.So the exhausted digestive or- -. II
of embroidery edged with a sufferers may test B B. B. a trial bottle structing 'I I
pattern It is the latest discovered digest-
will be given free of charge.B. gans. I
lace: The Japanese away
ruffle of '
narrow of B. B. for sale by druggists at $1 per large ant and tonic. No other preparation I
kimono is among'the very prettiest bottle, or 6 large'bottles (full treatment) $5. can approach it .in efficiency. It in- ... ,":
I V the negligees and it -is made long or Complete directions with each bottle. Be sure stantly relieves and permanently cures ,"' \ ,.

: I but Instead of having-the sleeves 'the bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm. For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,

; like short.those, worn by the dainty little trial bottle, address BLOOD BALM CO., At- Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, _ _ _ .n
lanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free medical Beadacbe.Gastralgia,Cramps and f
S Japanese women they make long flow .advice given. Call on J. B. Screven, druggist, Sick digestion.Price !. Ten for five cents, at Druggists, Grocers, Restaurants, i
ing ones. Some (the white dressing I Titusville for B. B. B. 3 otherresultsof Saloons, News-Stands, General Stores and Barbers' Shops.
sailor collars, trimmedwith 50c.and$1. Large size contains 2H times banish iaduce sleep, and prolong life. One ;
sacks have wide small size.Book all about dyspepsia mailed free ; They pain ;
all the lace,that could be made to OAS'X'OR..A.: Prepared by E. C.DeWITT& CO Chicago. I : gives relief !. No matter what's tie matter, one will do you :
at the neck. Tba Kind Yon Haw Always BoIgISipatm : good. Ten samples and one thousand testimonials seat ::
hold on.' They are V shape g withe Sold by B. B. Wilson & Son.
various and i i by mail to any address en receipt of price, by the Ripans ., r.
The n nightdresses are J-tI-- Chemical Co., 10 Spruce Street, New York City.C" .. I
yet the prevailing style is suggestive of of I ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. !. rf.

first empire : They, have yokes, Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day
; trimmed with of April, 1901,or as soon thereafter as I can be tI I
, ni'these, are lavishly heard, I will apply, to the county judge of
lace and ribbons. Some' have pompadour Brevard county for a final settlement of my tI r

sF necks and none has a collar. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. 0ser accounts and my discharge as administratorof ; I
been long laid _totime.- Sold br drn the estate of John Hetherington. f.I. =! i
: Chemises which have ee A:c. DrrraAB Administrator.Oct. -_. .- .-..-- --
of the.knitted union undergarments -- '
aside in favor 26, 1900 -

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E : ':" '' .- '.... 0/" 'thaaome, ,ne.otfus may- fall off An enterprising Australian(: milllonalre *

ti- d"- {--,'._, '- -_.;SO-,<<"; ;.. ..., sETc., ", 'oaf horses? but- they'- ::shan't_see me= at- i named_ ,Leonard took' a'trip to Per -
1' ,-''',"' 'any-!. rate 1 have, purchased a'new Rome'years go. ,He saw great flocksof TIPC"LIFEK 1
B ,. .Jones;president;,J. M.Dixon, treasurer J. 'horse, a fiddle Beaded,' rawboned old the alpaca wandering on.the.Andes. .r;;*
,.,' -, 6,Bast,secretary. Meets second Wednes- Irish.mare, ,who knows the country. Being a woolgrower: himself, he was crof

:-+, _,.J:'? .'.: "daynigbtln' month, 'at- their roomsi- 'She-Isn't handsome; like dear old" Rex, struck with. their:splendid! fleece.: ,Hit 1_" :

} i ,' but fancy poor Rex trying! to pick his resolved to buy some and take them Thefather? L, t BARt
<. F.&M.-Indian River lodge, No.90, holds
,> l its meetings the second and fourth Friday. way ove?such ground as this! home:, He found'that.- the Peruvian Gone for the' Igrowrwithoir ');

.. :. evenings of each month at the court house. Mrs... Leland doesn't approve of my government absolutely prohibited their doctor.. The

:--, Ai A.Stewart. ;R'.M.;;F.-A. Morgan Beefy. performances at ail,,,She says she'thinks export. He tried by'chartering a special mother? Alone ;,

: TOWN.DIRECTORY' the whole thing Is very foolhardy. ship to smuggle some off but was 'with'her suffering -- 4 r : ",. Potash :
She reminds 'me' of the :(fate of Mrs. :unsuccessful: Then the. Idea'occurred: n
'OFFI child.
TOWN ER8. A. D Penney,mayor; -it .
to him of them out of the '
Whitney time ,I start to. go.out. taking count d it'Cr Supplj
I. .,M%8.Jones Jr., marshal andtax collector; .every Wiiithedoc-"' ;
C.S. Schuyler, clerk and treasurer; John However, her words don't_ affect me try eastward. He.:bought a'large flock, ? -I
'= Henry,-assessor D. L.Gaulden,'F.-A. Los- In the,least There are several American engaged trusty, men and had 'the'creatures ,tor never' ): enough Pot .
=' ley, J:M.Dixon, W.. E.Knox :Jno;E,.Walker i driven over the passes, 18,000 come '? :
girls here, and they tell me It's ashandyoulprofits
r. i councilmen. The. council meets,first ,
feet above sea level, and then clean Whenthere
Tuesday in each month. just the place to pick up an Italian, '. c '
across the continent to Buenos Ayres. in tS will be
i x: duke or marquis. Shall I do !t and croup :
COUNTY DIRECTORY., forget Dick at home? Well, It all de- This little expedition cost, him $15,000. the house .t large withoutPotash
:; ;
Gaulden. But the long' march had so weakenedthe .0. '
COUNTY OFFIOERS.-D.L. Titus- pends on the marquis. There are you can't .
: vile, county judge; 3! Goldsmith; Titus- really charming here. alpacasthai,' they aU died on the .. youi
.. % villa, prosecuting attorney;'-.Ao: A. Stewart some specimens l ..e get the doc- :
Tituavule clerk*circuit court;"J.F.Woot- But you will think me frivolous and voyage. tor quick enough. It's will bf- -
= r en,Cocoa, tax assessor;E.W Hall,Sharpes, I must stop. BEATRICE CIIAPH N.e wait. crop
tax. collector; John Henry, Titusville, The merited reputation for curing piles, too dangerous to "scrubby." "':
r treasurer J..H. Sams Courtenay, superintendent It Hits the Spot. sores and skin diseases acquired by De- Don't make such a mis-
\'f' public instruction J. 0. Fries,Ti- Witch Our books, telling about composition of fertilizer:
; Witt's Hazel Salve, has led to the take it costa
again ; may best for all are free to all farmers.
tusville, county surveyor; J. P. Brown, Ti- When suffering from a severe cold and making of worthless counterfeits. Be adapted crops ;
=' tusville,sheriff TV J. Cockshutt LaGrange, your: throat and lungs feel sore, take a sure to only DeWitt's Salve. Wilson life. Always keep on GERMAN KALI WORKS,
get Nassau St., New York.
registration officer. dose of Foley's Honey and Tar, when & Son. hand a dollar bottle ofAYQT 93.

4 r COUNTY COMMISSIONERS R. Walker, the soreness will be at once relieved, a

Titusville,chairman;W,H.Sharpe,Sharpes; warm grateful feeling and'healing of the Grafted and Budded
--;' Jos. Mendel, LaGrange; Jno. Houston, Eau parts affected will be experienced and I THE l ISLAND l O Of CORFU.An ij f
.- Gallie;J..N. Waller,:Ankona.: Regular sessions you,will say: "It feels so good. IT HITS r
:' : .' are held. first fnesday each month. THE. SPOT." Guaranteed. Wilson &

;'' s COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. Dixon, Son. American Tourist Visits the* Mediterranean .

eT' Titusville; S. F. Gibbs,' Melbourne, E. E. Resort. Qhorr Trees
Mims, Bonaventure. Dr. ,Winthrop Ellsworth Stone, who [Special Correspondence.] Orange

I' succeeds the late James H. Smart as ISLAND,'OF CORFU, Dec. lo.\You can

FOX president of Purdee university, has been have no, Idea what beautiful spot thisis PeetoralIt
t with its
vice president of that university since blue. Grecian skies and Its
still bluer waters. We are waiting for BOO EACH
1892. He is 38 years of age, and a grad-
r An American, Tourist Attend an Italian Mr. Leland's yacht which is to takeus cures the croup at
., uate of the Massachusetts Agriculturalcollege.
axZ "' .. Meet-All Splendid Elders. He later studied at Gottingen.. on a .abort. cruise around the island. once. Then whey any Grape Fruit, "

cr-r S : Special correspondence! of The Florida,Star. I < You know that, Corfu is the great resort one in the; family'comes Tangerine
Foley'a Honey and Tar for winter yachting. The sail and down with a hard coldor
ROME Dec 27. I have ordered
t a steam boats begin to come in as earlyas cough a few doses of Homosassa .
f-' brand and t Cough Syrup wherever introduced is considered ,
new riding habit am
goIng -
so that now the seasons the Pectoral will
the most pleasant and effective cut Parson Brown
in for fox In dead earnest.Of .
r : hunting at its height A ,
great British
remedy for all throat and lung com- many short the attack at once.
course I had heard of the hunting plaints. It is the only prominent cough navy officers are to be found here. I A 25 cent bottle will cure Pineapple,

I. on the Campagna. but until I came medicine that contains no opiates, and understand they prefer this Island to
;3. Y ,. here I had a very small opinion of the that can safely be given, to children. 25 any other station In the Mediterraneanbecause a miserable cold; the SOc. Ruby,
and 50c. Wilson & Son. size is better for a cold St. Michael (
shooting and cricket be .
], I whole affair. So the morning of the can ,
obtained, and the hard, smooth roads that has been hanging on.
first meet I appeared in last
: y '. .. my year's A Dangerous Element in the Parish.- afford excellent opportunities for Keep the dollar the oa bud.'About Majorca,
riding habit and I felt that I could cy-
"Do think the 25 years ago I came near
new clergyman can
you cling. As far as the shooting is Jaffa
show them all some tricks in the con dying with consumption, but was ,
way pull your church together again? "Oh, cerned it Is excellent. We are not far cored with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Mandarin
x of clearing'fences and other obstruc- that is if him started before from since which time I have Kept Ayer'smedicines .'
yes; we get Epirus famed for its wild boar in
tions. I even had in mind two or three the house and recom-
the golf playing section gets hold of deer, woodcock and snipe. mend them to all my friends." and Du Roi Blood .:
stories about of the
;; some hunting wet C.D.M&THEwsON,
P* have" in the western states but after him.Puck.A Yesterday the three of us-Mrs. Le- Jan.16,1899. Bristol, vt;. -g on 5 and 6 year old sour :
w' land, Maisie and'Itook
a drive to the
k Write the Doctor. If you hate any orange stock, 4 to 5, and
.., ., Frightful Blander famous Achilleon. Just fancy It! complaint whatever lad desire the 5 to 7 feet,well branched
. :.. .. best medical advice, write the doctor
;,-: Will often cause a horrible burn, scald, Awhile ago there was a plan on foot to freely. AddressDr. trees
.. change .J.C.Ann,Lowell,Mass.
bruise. this into establishment
cut or Bucklen's Arnica Salve, a gambling
k the best in the world, will kill the pain What desecration that would at $35 $40 and $50 per 100 :

r and promptly heal it. Cures old sores, have been! Fortunately the emperorof
Order and
;:.... fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns, all Austria Interfered and it now re- convinced samples of their

';'. fe-- skin eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. mains as formerly an imperial resi- thrown over one shoulder, and a scarlet Supply of these large
%:,* Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed.B. fez with blue tassel
dence. The drive home was one never completes trees United as above.
.. R; Wilson & Son, druggists. 1 .
to be forgotten. Maisie pulled out her dress.

: sketchbook and her little tin box of : The Princess of Wales and her o. w. COT
.- Fame.-"Do devote much thoughtto '
i1 "you water colors and tried to catch the effect daughters stopped here In the spring
your poem? asked the eminent" ex of the sunset on the water. We and they were delighted with the old Ocklawaha, Florida. ,
plorer. "Bless 'soul said the
your no
are used to these outbursts of artistic : world atmosphere and the quaint town.
eminent versifier. -"I have reached
a I
feeling on her; part so no one minded, They took many pictures of the peasantry -
bight where I can afford to let that
*j'riSL part and in Hodgson Bros. t
although the jolting of the carriage particular one of their
r of the work fall on the reader -Indianapolis ,
threatened to upset her little water can I yearly procession. This procession, annually

4 : '. Press. at every minute. held In commemoration of a GENERAL

: All the way along.our eyes were delighted miracle wrought by the patron saint of MERCHANTS...

by picturesque bits-old ruins, the island, is headed by a long double

moss grown rocks rare plants and foliage line of pappas clad in brightly hued
and the country people themselvesclad vestments, each carrying a lighted taper =-Eau Gallie, Fla.

Hep..e In their bright costumes which In his hand. A crimson silk cover-

; have never been the least bit altered! ed canopy is borne by four monks overa Dry Goods ClothingBOOTS
.. .
N .is .t; .tL. : : t. since the days of their great-grandfa golden ark, in which Is the embalmed ,

=* '. 15?. thers. The women are as a rule beau body of the saint flanked by soldiers AXD SIIOES,

-ati w .. tiful. In some cases they resemble ancient and men carrying enormous wax torches IIARDW ARE, GROCERIES,

;-|) Ti"C AN Nature statues. They wear their hair which are decked with flowers and PAIXTS AND OILS, ETC
8rfe PAGNA. dressed over very thick pads the two long streamers. The higher civil and ;

; I had seen Contessa Brnnetti take a long plaits being adorned with scarlet military authorities come immediately Steam ,Launch for Charter."SearchLight .

c v Ti"4 high wall made of- jagst'd rocks 1 ribbon crossed and tied behind on the behind !in their turn followed by a mot
= of the neck. The ends flow- ley crowd in which the peasant element -
-0-' : thought I would not say anything at all I Babies and children need I nape are "
ing and visible under the or muse predominates.
p; for the time being. I trotted along : % gauze ,
that wall a piece until I found a spot | proper food, rarely ever mediI I lin bolia which edged with blond orCORlo'U BEATRICE CHAPMAN.

atm ?-* where it was considerably lower and I cine. If they do not thrive r This season: there is a large death rate BICYCLE LANTERNS.
fe jf'rjy ; 4,;; leaped that with my eyes shut Such i I among children from croup and lung GAS AND OIL.

-; ;' reckless riding I never saw in my life. I on their food something is 1 troubles. Prompt action will save the

i It is only to be equaled by the beauty little ones from these terrible diseases.We Every one knows our Oil Lantern."
.u.'" and swell habits of the women. I wrong. They need a little j jI know of nothing so certain to give

r f r'L:; The flower of Roman society was help to get their digestive i instant relief as One Minute Cough Cure.It .
:,."."..;: '- there the Duchessa Grazioli. Marchesa j can also be relied upon in grippe and BURNS GAS

'::; t. RoccagSovlne Prince Colonna Duca | machinery working properly. i iSO all Pleasant throat to take.and lung Wilson troubles& Son.Unexcelled of. adults.

'rV Cesarini. Corate Campbello and many

: ';, -T- others. As for the young, dashing

et f t'"';>,.,... -,-_4 are army calculated centaurs.officers to make I they never ride one expected' with believe an to they ease find S n t v i I Ii SEA I BOARD AIR lI LINE[ R'Y.

.:;y.. such rough ground as that in civilized. OF
}'\. ., overpopulated Italy such rocks, such service from Floridato
I all points. .. ..
: r- of briers and i ; ?
:." ; tangle weeds and above WTfttYPOPffOSPMTESOFlME4SODAIwill

---S' > "" all, such stone walls. This morning I North, East and West. .I

:g; :) trotted out Into the open country, 1
Two trains daily between TAMPA,
fA' followed correct this
by my groom and for an generally I I r JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and .
; hour I practiced on a couple of particularly I I difficulty. I Ij I I i I COLUMBIA, carrying Pullman Drawing .i1 i
.. '.. :.. hard fences. I saw John turn J Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA -
-t1- >t pale once or twice. I fancy he expected I j If you will put from onej j with sleepers forWASHINGTON

If: to carry me home in a ghastly and % .1
r ... ',' mangled condition. Anyway. I won't I fourth to half a teaspoonful : BALTIMORE

ki/. have it said that I cannot ride as well I in baby's bottle three or four I PHILADELPHIAand NEW YORK.
>:' "11&-', as those delicate Italian women. IIi PEASANT BRIDE AND ATTENDANT Our Gas Lantern :
.{1 ::' : have a trick of, shutting my eyes when 1 times a day you will soon see } other lace gracefully drapes the head. Also with CINCINNATI ASHEVILLE.sleeper via ail d fIS 1

L zYi i: .s-:. I am going over a very high wall and I a marked improvement. For }I The plaited skirt is made of shot silk or "Dixie Flyer" cultfes heretofore common to lan-
'j:.' I feel a little nervous. I think Captains white muslin for grand occasions and Route between Sleeping Car terns burning acetylene. i

z. c Sperati, with whom I was riding, noticed i larger children, from half to f of dark blue stuff adorned with narrow JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUISvia

r'' -:C" 'p it.once or twice and it hurt my to ribbons for ordinary day wear. Blueor -An InnovationThe n
teaspoonful according
Well we shall see to- fa = Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, "Wisto" Bracket }
(- pride awfully. I scarlet ribbons are fixed to the ;
1 Chattanooga and Nashville
MB2:'''' morrow if I can't do any better. : dissolved in their milk, apron, which is of flowemj silk In ,

;' > >.,. The weather is grand. just the right I you so desire, will very | bright hues or of homely chintz, while Making CHICAGO connections and for all KANSAS points in CITY, The Bridgeport Brass Co., ,

; ,t. _. .. kind for this sport Nearly every morn the gala dress velvet jacket worn over the northwest. Bridgeport Conn
fit : ing we ride out. I' am sorry we did not f soon show its great nourish-1 ? silk corselet fastened with silver but- Through sleeping-car service between Jack- 19 MURRAY STREET,

!::. :; come here before instead of lingering ing If the mother's ;: tons, is gorgeously embroidered and al- sonville and New Orleans via River Junction NEW YORK CITY. '1cl j
g ,'"- BO long in Corfu. Why. do you know I power. most covered with gold. Two pairs of and Pensacola. :

t the hunting season begins in November :: milk foes not nourish the !, long golden earrings well nigh pull the Full information application to any agentof NOTICE.All '3

,i:. }& about .the. 15th., and ends only in | baby she needs the emul- I ears out of shape, and gold chains this company. concerned take notice that Joseph P. .:-J
? March! Ail this is life and keen enJoyment large crosses and medals cover the E. ST. JOHN, Brown, as sheriff of Brevard county, Florida 1

j h- .- The funny part of it is that I| sion. It will show an effect ii jj j breast Each finger moreover, is First Vice Pres. and General Manager, and Ephriam ex-officio F. Adams administrator, deceased of the estate of 1
has .
filed his
?. (' ''- ,'e' the common people seem to take as adorned with quaint rings. V. E. McBEE. suggestions in '
/ writing of the
?:< '}< iii':; great'' a delight in we do. They | at once both upon mother i The men's costumes are composed of General L.Superintendent S. ALLEN the estate of said deceased. Therefore insolvency all of :

;: assemble, in crowds at the meeting and child. dark blue cotton baggy trousers, whiteor General Passenger Agent, persons having claims against said estate are
: : hereby required to
-. II1:-. place. It fc almost, at Tre Fontane, or black stockings and a dark waistcoat perly authenticated appear and file them pro-
I PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA. in the court of the
,.., at f the. tomb of Cecelia Metella, and soc and f goo alldnggists. << finished off with gold braid and ty judge on or before the 7th day of June conn-A. >

. :,:.;: fJ/ there they, stand watching with all ? SCOTT BOWNE, Chemists, New York. sometimes fastened with large silver A. O. MACDONNELL, D.1901. Ordered the 6th day of December J

their might 'I sometimes have a sus.s '' ,. buttons. The black jacket is jauntily Jacksonville Ass'tGen'lPass.Agt, Florida. A.D. 1900. D. L. GAULDEN, i
:> County Judge. le

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\: l- :, "', ,;" V-\, *::;COCOA.BUSINESSI! DIRECTORY. -.'',' 'W. z:'- ROCRLEDGE.McFarland GRANT *'

;?.1-::: ,' 'tg; ,.\": :=t :-.: ,,;:" ,',_.r.of;.:,'''=w.&
f .- : 1-4.\ -- -"; D. :D. 8. Offices The-Indian Rive t e *v. .'.,> MELBOURNE. STATE'B NK-(' pital t1S,- business Titusville 1
Ji1if .:?: -': : : over : ..oc........ -.., trip to and return Fri- :
f -,::-- '' : <: ;! rug\Nsitores;the leading Drug establishment t 000. J. H. Phillips,president; E.P.Branch, ,
-:; =- --: :yZ'" :" .- : of the Indian river country. i r" '. ? Messrs. 3&; .. derkincb and'F.'D.Hoyeji cashier. The only bank on the lower river day.Mrs. '.

';-.. :,t--,,_,' '::11-. ,'",, : :. are off tp'.Daytona for a few days. and the pineapple region of Brevard county. L. Hamilton lls,of Oak Lodge, -
-;;; S'F'T""VTa"
< Exclusive
.r '& CO.., WholesaleGrocets
; ; ; : :
- : :
;!:-; > \..3-: :' : ;carrythe! largest stock:of:General 'Two.young seagulls, :were an ttractionon EAU.GALLIE BUSINESS DIRECTOBY., went to Melbourne Sunday to visither SENDCATALOGUE.row :.

a 4 'r-' :- .: ,.w. Merchandise oa "the:east coast. Florida.. Wednesday tnoming atRockledge sist r.lIrs.Morgan.. : 1 E G"
.. ,
!'P ---<.:.,;g .' 5.. meet all 'W HODGSON BROTHERS. Dry Goods, Ship : -
; Can competition.- rhOlorpnces. *
: ;
; }
:\ ;;"t: .... /: wham ; /; Chandlery;and Shelf Hardware, Pipe'and Mr. Adolph Benson, who has been

f.... ,{:t; _:>, :_ ,..' WILLIAM,HINDLE.-Undertaker and Em. Mrs.. ,Emelia' Hess and Miss:Louise E. fittings Clothing,.Paints and'Oils, Grocer spending, the Christmas holidays with THE -r-
; > '". ':;_":;'" -. balmer,.Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup Hess, of Ne\York city. are at the New ies. Marine railway, steamer for charter. friends here, returned to his home in i H. AW, B.DREW_ "
': plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing
(: ; :;, : ,/. ; Rockledge. i FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. White! City Friday. COMPANY,
? "t.: ::. of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge ; .
? .
::- ', ,Steam (Jooker.FBANKLIPPPractical. Mr.' 'Rupert Paxton returned to his B LAN K S Y
t "'. ""' ,,,, C. P. PLATTS=-Physician and Surgeon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith who are .
$:&& -?, -:: ,- Shoemaker.'Forty studies,at.,the military! college' Bartow, Calls tq; any point on the river promptly spending the winter at Micco, ,were call

it'&r.fciK&--, } : .; .' .-. -' years experience; all kind of repairing Fla., on SundayMr. answered. Fo,t Pierce. Florida. ing on our; ,genial merchant, Mr. L. Jorgensen -.. .
_, : ,- done, nicejind cheap; also ladies'and men's .
1"i y A. D. .Baldwin has been quite ill, Saturday.Mr.
tk .- .f ., shoes made to order. EAU GALLIE.
', but .is with the of JONH N. C. STOCKTON, President ,
*'i' :.i< recovering, Oscar Nelson formerly a citizen of
: / f : <_ y: s. ',?:TBAFFORD BAKERY:: First aalityJ bright weather. The yawl Princess will be commissioned THOMAS P.DENHAM, Cashier,
; ; : to this place but now a resident of Mel- Cashier.
; : ';' .: ':, .' v Bread,made of high grade flour,sent any in a week or ten days. JAMES D. BAKES, Ass't.
_:. -1.,,.: '_>-: >. .- address;also never-failing home-made yeast Mr. R. L. Geiger has moved his familyto bourne, was a pleasant visitor in our townSaturday
., ''t'- .' cakes.: .lee. Cream every Saturday. An 8-foot.alligator has taken aphis and
; I the :.Garvey place, which he. took Sunday. _
't";1- .'-' .-; ,GO TO J: M.. SANDERS, The" old Re1it- le '! charge ofJan.1st.Repairs ** winter residence in Eau Gallie river' har Mr. Fred B. Scobie went to Titusville National Bank of ,
Store for good fresh and.reliable goods bor.
f', ,r such as Dry Goods, Saddlery; Crockery, are going on at the' wharf surrounding Saturday. There must be some attractionin ,

_., \ Hats,Trunks and a 'foil line of.Grocenes.i.f the Rockledge store. A much Foggy weather in this district on Mon- ,Titusville, for Fred was llooking very

-. : needed improvement.Mr. day somewhat delayed the Banana river much pleased when.he returned Sunday.Mrs. the State of Florida
; = round.
r all the
; JARVIS. HOUSE-Open year line steamers. '* .
c-;' --.-" ;:;;:. ,. : Pleasant 1ca.tion'1'a.cing the river on riverfront J. D. Sams_carried ,the Courtenaymail C. F. Latham, who has been visiting -

f:: : .,. .: > ,Bates$2.00 per day,'special. terms byweek"ormonth. during the recent vacation taken by A magnificient vessel owned by New I her daughter, Mrs. Morgan, of Mel
-the Mr Fred Whitlock.The York parties, called the Roamer, was bourne, returned to Oak Lodge Saturday, 10000000.

at Eau Gallie on Tuesday. two of her little
-h 1K .- West cottage belonging- to the accompanied by bright Desirnated depository of the State of Florida

5...f:>r, \INDIAN RIVER( :RIPPEES.{ New Rockledge is receiving anew coat of Peach trees in blossom in some of Eau grandchildren.Capt. and of the City of Jacksonville. Solicits
: Gallie's gardens at this time of the been accounts of all classes and offers every facility
paint to conform with the hotel colors.A year W. R. Walker, who has
: Recognizing
r consistent with prudent banking.
; 't r--' Paragraph Personal ,and Newsy Briefs cold drizzly rain the fore part of the is something* for our'northern friends to keeping bachelor's hall here ever since the needs of that class who accumulate a
: ; note. Christmas made his mindto will allow interest time de
suddenly surplus we on
*" up
-T '* the Coast. week which served to make the .
: ; at Towns Along only statement
attention the
We invite to
make'a visit
to Titusville. Ofcourse
Large quantities of trout and bottom'fish .
'. ::" .' '. sunshine, more delightful and agreeable.Rev. below, condensed from our last official report
COCOA. are being shipped by our, fish firms his neighbors all guessed his mission, for to the honorable controller of the currency:
-* "r' -> W. E. Smith, wife and little Alpha now, and the fishing fleet is steadily. in- when he returned he brought his wife
"' Business is brisk in Cocoa and the spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. creasing.The with him. CONDENSED '"

merchants are happy. M. C. Salmon and report a splendid
:''' <: Capt.,Mercier is in town again. Miss Helen went up the Banana riveron Capt. R. H. Miller, of this place, had STATEMENT OF CONDITION FAt

is stopping in time.Miss her Wednesday with three sports on board, the great misfortune to be shipwrecked close of business June 29, 1900. .A
: Edith, his daughter, now Elsie Smith, after a visit with
Messrs. Randall, McNabb and Snodgrass; Saturday while going to Micco in his boat .
Jacksonville., during the holidays has returnedto
p parents ,
: ducks galore. De Baby. The rudder broke, and when
Dire J. C. Shaw and Mrs.C. J. Schoon- Stetson university to resume her
4 awhile calling studies.Mr. Miss Lizzie Danforth Miss L. Mr. Miller attempted to fix it the wind' Loans and discounts__._________.$253,084.19
maker were in Rockledge Mary decided it would play with the De Baby.It United States bonds.______________ 101,000.00 =
t' on friends on Tuesday. Wm. Merwin and family, of Mill- Evans, Miss Annette 'Paddison and Miss became too rough and knocked the De Premium on U. S bonds________ 3,475.87 ;

; Many strangers'and neighboring townsfolk ford, Ct, arrived the last of last week to Florence: Hodgson all visited the ocean and of Mr. Miller and Bonds stocks and securities___ 145,089.72
Baby over, course
and enlivening their beautiful winter home in beach..on Monday.The Banking house, furniture and Fix., 44,417.62
} ; ? are seen on our streets enjoy the cargo went over with it. The cargo Other real estate owned___________ 6,700.00
r : the people by their presence. Rockledge. Eau Gallie base ball club are keep- consisted of two gallons of syrup and his Cash and Due from other banks___ 186,824.12

I M. R. Mahaffey closed. the colored Mr. B. E. Aldrich, of Fairmont, Neb., ing their grounds in nice order. New red jumper. He saved the syrup but lost

a school here a few days ago to take chargeof is a guest of the New Rockledge, and en- caps will be served out to the active members his jumper. After deciding that,all attempts $660,591.12

the,colored school on Merritt Island. joying the delights afforded by the river of the club. to rescue his property were of no LIABILITIES.

t- Little AHa Hughlett, youngest daugh- and the luscious orange. Miss Annette' Paddison is the guest of avail, he took De Baby and led her Capital stock ----.--_____________$100,000.00

'Y wv_= ter of Dr:,and Mrs. W.L., Hughlett, has I Mrs. F. J. Simmons, of Detroit, arrived her brother G. F. Paddison for a coupleof ashore. And then with the use of na Surplus and profits______________ 28,70893

ill but is now in convalescence..'' the last of.the'week and joined her husband weeks. We are pleased to see Miss ture's carriages set out for Grant. Whenhe Circulating notes-----------______ 100,000.00
1 been
quite Dividends uncalled for____. ___.__
has been here several weeks. Annette arrived he went to the office
,0 The friends of Miss Carrie Bishop again in our town. telegraph Deposits___________. ____'_r_______ 431,682.59
many and insisted that the
They are located at the New Rockledge. The Lizzie for 'operator telegraph
her back to Indian was up a spin on Sunday -
.' are glad'to welcome to Jacksonville for a tug to pull his boat 660591.12
afternoon with
and her home in North A new roof and general "fix-up" is go- the Misses Evans and
river pleasant
off and her
tow home.
Mr. Miller
;i- ing on at the alligator shed and the great Hodgson on board. Miss Bessie and J. says
Cocoa. animals will E. Hodgson also in the he would not mind being shipwrecked if The Most
the saurians and other wild soon were party. Complete
A little daughter has come to, bless it had not been for the loss of his jumper,
be exhibition attraction for the .
happy parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Adkins. on an An entertainment-musical and dra- which was the worst of all.

She arrived on Sunday night and mother tourists.Mr. matic-is proposed to aid our boys of the .
and flourishing.* W. H. Blair and wife are guests of base ball team to Electrical Supply ;.
.,* k. daughter procure a new outfit of -
-;; -' Mrs. Porcher and the children have Mr. C. W. Blakeslee and family. They balls, bats, bases, gloves etc. It will ,
I from New Haven Conn. and add
., off .
come shortly.Mrs.
from where '
; i returned home Daytona,
two more to the New Haven colony located and
*: they were oil a visit to Mrs. 'Porcher'ssiSter here. and Miss Childs, of Olean, N. Y., ;

's Mis. D. A. Blodgett., left for their northern home
on Saturday,
r Miss Anita Canova has returned from
s : The people are satisfied ,over the ver St. Joseph's academy, St. Augustine, to Miss Childs having to resume her positionin and Prospective Teachers Construction House In the South,

, t dict of the trial of the brutal murder. spend,the winter with her grandmother, a prominent academy in Clean at the

The execution of the sentence will .do Mrs. G. J. Gingras, and her young close of.the holidays.The will find Review Classes at

_J' much to avert the lynch law taking jus- friends are very much pleased. Dawn, J. M. Randall's launch, the Lake City College. ..THE.. .

z ,tice into its own hands. carried a party of ladies to Turkey creek I I
'The trains begin running into the ho-
Mr. C. R. Mackey has rented the Sti- tel station'on Monday, the 14th. The on Wednesday. Mrs. Gilbert, Miss $20 Covers all Expenses Johnson-Law Company
Mamie Evans and Miss A. Florence
;' ling cottage, on Palmetto'avenue, and telegraph operator is here already and s
of -0-
; f. 0 Mrs.'}Ia key and children are expected the office open. ,Mr. Tom Howes, the Hodgson were party. railroad fare for

t t:, to _arrive here from :St. Augustine the station agent, will arrive on Sunday. Services in St. John's on Sunday morn- term.except Send for circulars, one to All kinds of batteries and battery

i10 .first of the coming week.. ing.. next. Rev._B. F. Brown, of Titus- renewals for gas engine ignition,
I 'Dr. J. 0. Scofield, whose home is on u.
t t & ,Miss Carter greatly enjoyed a visit last Cocoa Heights, is again professionally located ville, will conduct the services. It is W. F. YOCUM, bells, annunciators and burglar ;
hoped the choir will be able to render
week from her friend, Miss Bessie Gris- at the New Rockledge as usual dur- a alarms constantly on hand.

t ,ard, who, accompanied by her father, ing the winter season. The genial doc- full choral service on this occasion. Lake City, Fla

I.. Dr. J.V.. Grisard, of Titusville., were tor's popularity does not grow any less. Mr. and Mrs. Snodgrass and a dear lit- L paracacaeaocar 2SHS2S2SaSaSSSZSaSHS255H 3Si i lighting Plants, Telephone Lines-

c- here the latter part of the week. tle miss arrived in Eau Gallie on Monday
Mr. Martin and family of five members
We understand Col. Travis has bought will arrive Thursday from Columbus, 0., from Youngstown, 0., and are the guests ASK YOUR GROCER FOR installed in any partof

the former Holmes property on, Palmetto and occupy C. E. Cook's cottage for the of our popular yachtsman Major McNabb.Mr. the state. ,

. k avenue. This is certainly one of the winter. Mr. Cook moves his family to Snodgrass is a jolly all-round sport Write us for information.

"S prettiest residence sites in Cocoa, and a the L: Wooten house on Indian Rivera and will try his hand at the Banana river sre. P

ti new building on the lot would be a great for the season. ducks. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .

' improvement. Eau Gallie much ,
,V't was by
The elegant yacht Roamer is anchoredoff
_'' School opened on Monday morning the owner and crew of the launch Roamer GEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN
: The 5 Minute Breakfast food.
' :' the Hotel Indian River dock, and is President. Actuary.
t : t with the rooms full of bright faces, notwithstanding on Tuesday eve by the way the power- -
admired the .
by passers-by. Capt.A.
.' the gloomy weather without many ful BREVARD rx
; was manipulated. Purina Health Flour
; V. B.Bennett and wife are certainly
studies _____ _.. a
each eager to resume their Many of our citizens were at the landingand Maes i
enjoying the season in Florida and the 4tf' >
where they left off. Two new pupils through the kindness of the
'p- beauties of Indian river. owners "BRAIN BREAD." Abstract of TitleCOMPANY
c '.. r. were enrolled, Miss Anita Canova and m were shown all over the beautiful vesiel.
"' Miss Ruby. Thigpen. Mr. and Mrs. A. Schremling, of Asta- PURINA MILLS ST. Louis. Mo. -- ----- I

.1. bula, 0., are located for a couple of Lingering LaGrlppe Cough.G. .
Mr. A. A. Taylor's baby, Frederick, is,
t. ;. at this writing, in a most crititical condition Palm.months" in the like Wheeler it better cottage in "The Vacher, 157 Osgood St., Chicago, ;da' 6ER E sits Will furnish abstracts of title

t and its little life is despaired of. The They Rockledge says: "My wife had a very severe case .,' SlMPlt5TMAOtCOMPACtiTART M5ILXCASTINGS for lands in Brevard county.

1l disease is now termed congestion of the than Daytona, where they have spent of lagrippe, and it left her with a very S n'Istd llcunthe5. n4i71 6 OFFICE UN EE LAW OFFICE OF
their winters for the past three bad cough. She tried bottle of aYr
years. a Foley's
brain to that The GEO. M. BOBBINS,
ik it having gone organ. Honey and Tar and it MARINE STATIONARY, TITUSVILLE FLA.
the of Dr. Prince occupied the pulpit of Rock- i gave immediate CAWIAEE4BICYUE NES. i
afflicted have sympathy
r parents relief. A 50 cent bottle cured her cough \\i *ia.t, K.opfLUPsgl J
,_ the entire community. ledge chapel on last Sunday morning and entirely." Price 25c, and50c.MELBOURNE. 11 Tf BOAT GAS 6ENERATDB FRAMES.VALTOST EAST COAST MEAT MARKET: 4
I preached based
.' }Ir. Chas. Theis, of Nyack.N. Y., surprised a powerful sermon on the GERE LAu"IN- FRAMES.itWlaBRANDHAPIDaMiCHusf .i
" test, "Sir, we would see Jesus," found in G. F DUREN, Agent,
'- ': his friends by his sudden 1
many St. John 1221. A large congregation A. MORGAN,
appearance among them on Wednesday Mr. Wilson left last week to visit Cuba. ,
'l; j ,coming in on the 3:45 train, for a greeted him notwithstanding the threatening His wife remains here with Mr. and Mrs. REAL ESTATE,INSURANCE

'1{ i few weeks' stay with his brother-in-law, weather. Sirdefield. COLLECTIONS, Florida''

:J I f' Mr. Hammond. He left Mrs. Theis Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Sebring and family 4Et
\1 f -'. Miss Lee and her friend, Miss Perce, of Stenography, Typewriting.
"::- very well and enjoying life.LOTUS. of Sebring, Ohio, are expected to arrive Melbourne .
in Wednes-
.i ,
this week to occupy the cottage an- XOTAEY PUBLIC. TITUSVILLE FLA. \Vesternc
day and went to short
_ Rockledge on a
' nex of White's cottage, recently occupied
. visit
,, Mr. C. D. Provost was up from Ft. by Geo. N. Hatch. They will spend the F. M. TAYLOR Meats

' .I i Pierce last week, and reports business at winter here, and will find a delightful Mrs. Sadie Snedeker Tenny and three fv'

' his new store there on the increase.So change of climate from 5 degrees below children, from Oberlin, Ohio, are spend- Teacher of Vocal Music and Musical of aUKinds.
;1 ing the winter here with her Mr.
. far this season Mr. J. N. Chalker is zero.Miss Elocution in Classes
and Mrs. H. 0. Snedeker. or -
Willie May is visiting old friendsin t
still the largest bean shipper in Lotus, .

,71 '. but there are others coming ,on, and ,our Rockledge. It has been some years Capt. A. J. Goode is at home again.He Private Lessons.
- since she left Indian river to enter the in- has moved his fish nets and boats

c t4(ly begun to ship yet. stitute at New Orleans to become a from Jensen, as the Ricou Fish company .

Ui trained nurse. She graduated with high have opened a branch house in Mel
: '.' Dr. Capron is shipping some very fine honors and has since been very success- bourne.Mr. JI W. GRISARD,

; 1 tangerine oranges this week. He will ful in her profession, all of which her ROBBINS
the of tangerines ever McCoy and family, Mr. and Mrs.
gather crop friends .
,i are proud.Mr.
tr-i .. taken from his trees. Some of his fruit very Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler, Mr. and PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON, &

i tl -- baa run as large as 76 to the half box. C. W. Bakeslee Wednesday re- Mrs. Grosbeck and other visitors are en- TITUSVILLE FLA. GRAHAM .
ceived the startling intelligence of the their '
joying stay here, picnicking, fish- -

; Mrs. Field and Miss Alice. .Sanders death of his daughter, Mrs. Copeley, ing, sailing, etc. Office at Mrs. J. D. Crabb's. (Incorporated. Paid CO.
t_ .-! drove the fast horse of Lotus np to Gear- who resides in New Haven, Ct. It cameas op Capital 125,000.00.)
Mr. Bishop, of Chicago, and his grand-
'_ ,- giana the other 'afternoon and got backS a great shock to the family here for .....FO R..... This company owns lands
parents Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, of Wau-
. t safely much to the relief of Mr. Field, left her in good health a few weeks in the Indian
: ., dreadful would kegan, HI., arrived last week and are A Shave aid a Hair Cot River Country -
: who thought something* ago and had not heard of her-illness. spending the winter in the Bonter'cottage on the St. Lucie River

; "" surely happen to them. Miss Phoebe left on the 1:42 train for I on the bluff. ....GO TO.... at New River, and'on Bis'
bad weather of last week caused New Haven. The parents did not go as
1 The Bay.
i cayne
I ,.' ". of the beans to rot, and the result the mother's health would not permit. Rev. J. S. Hoyt, of Connecticut, is here Cairnte' .

.:. _, :' is some some of our growers are wearing rather Mrs. Copeley leaves a husband and six for the winter and will have charge of ,.,...Barber Shop, PRICES TO SUIT THtf TIMES.
the church
Congregational and
of whom is eleven we hope i
: the checks from New York children the youngest
, :;:,;. long as make his future home with He None but experienced TITUSVILLE Send for
? abeen very disappointing, but, excepting years, some of whom are married. The may us. men employed, and work-I land list.
; r:: presentS prices, the season so far people here all sympathize with Mr. and is an able speaker and we welcome himto satisfaction AT ,
profitable one: ,0 -- Mrs. Blakeslee in their trouble. Melbourne. J. L. CAEBUTHEES,Proprietor. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. I
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Y 1THE. FLORIDA STAB. FRIDAY, 'JANUARY: :11, 1901. S,, t..
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1J1a .' :..&m. It 'I' 'IJ''I-I.;.I tl 1 l'" :eran'o rh nizattona' *....rn.. ua-jias.o>Be1alf- '..wltQ.' 't ,;"oLth. 'i.'t...ecoEa..Becretar; f .:tJ.i': >('.:...otHthe.H... I'-,'-- .-, .. ..'.. --- -.... .

0 _. ___ .. 'flonJ': In he :order' ot its precedence Turkish. .legation who thUS takes her
I 'I'Leers presenfed. !' o t e p'iS den;. iftdf at t 3
"' .i.' ,' ,-; .opened. by,the, .President's New :Tear'Be8 255 the \ place in official sociey.and.vas the only !; It is *nbt claimed that Foley's
,plain America give '
.. !.:;. :, n citizen Is feminine, representative off! the 'sultan ", i .
! ceptii a+I4 Dt'plomat1q Eetion 1i ** $# P Styto shake tiieband>; f 'at' the president's reception: ,on Newleu's :
44 L44 nyt' io- !t1 tIiII Honey ,and Tar will: Con
fip 1 CDiei ecptlQe.a
} r U-4 '41I orida Star. B1.11iO: .It ls'aII days Mme.: BJdkyf hot,being a

aloiP, f an,;7.-Tbesbdat, aver. Anpresldentalidtle Mohammedan; Is not bound:by'church. 1 '.
; sea ;
In ;; lsd un"y sumption Asthma in advanced :
OfjBi e cr:1i ffiye'MtVppo or
r- abkthIIatlonal app"t. IS': 1'4 : or state' to ttie"strict seclusion sur.
\ "vw-in for th$rest wfil b" they need tot :
Ml muck :
swhgranay rounding the wife of the minlsterandother

t 1Mb. Wednesday, one ft will"contlnti uneeasinghtr'1p ,,until lurk hands2 nQeasy.with..the task'. o' lve-aDd' Turkish'.women .of like rank. stages ;: it holds out 'no ,such false
$,004 tir 10,000 people .
The latest 'household
t, ; .. poi.recept i k us!f*(lnnera_ .te spartle'add: _Jfh o$, hroBgtheeexecutive. fiansion' on tablished at 'the capital Is that.of Mr. hopes but does truthfully claim : to
:L 1iallL., 'Judged '' ,
by' the openingDaHln funs the first nay of January.l .- ,* Federlco A..l ezet, the,)newly appointed .

4 .Mons,")lt will he.aboutrtlie;most bf ,.. 'w> >,' xt J 5Z X ens 2syZU .the W**.**-vHousrprogrammVof secretary of'the Peruvian legation, who always give comfort and relief .in'' the :
the 1fstor y of WashhTgfon entertainments Is has taken a .house* for the 'winter at ,

; 'J o/ r o $9 e 'r np y'It the dinner .given,.by ,the- president to 2204.Q street and with his charming worst\ and in the : .
cases early'
cpened Mtiie: Ne ( -reception ,the members'. the cabinet, ,which occurred young wife will be a marked acquisition very ,

r "on Jan. 2, wbeh1 around, the .to diplomatic. and, resIdentsode- .

'presidential board were gathered' the. ty.. M'rv?Pezet has already many;American stages to, effect a :cure. .

I\!' members of his official household., friends, made during his 'service ,

>> : ,:'As "the fliplqmafic corps follows thecabinet as Peruvian consul, general. at New .

'!:':. in; the social order the nexteve'nt York, from which he was' recently pro BANNER SALVE is a healing wonder.
( :on the-''White use calendar Is moted to hIs present post. He is ,a :
';0-:.., :the dlploma.t1c'reception. This will
\00 ; occur handsome ,distinguished looking .man, 1
f on'Janl' 9 and will be.followed by'a, still .under 40 years of age, with all the B. K. WILSON & SON.Florida .

:. dinner given to the diplomats on. 'Jan, grace of manner and courtesy of the : .

I. 0H' ,- 16.. The, president's reception to the Latin race. SAMUEL HUBBAED.
,.:;... .foreign, representatives. their, households East Coast Ry.
and attaches is by all odds the .
"!.>., nos''plctur sque and brilliant .of all Arrest. .. ,,
t: .the White House events. There the of .4J
; f' disease by timely use SOUTH BOUND (Read Down) In Effect Sept 6.l9 X.Read..Up) NORTH BOUND.
if.f. be seen much'gold and silver lace gorgeous .
.... Tutt's Liver Pills an old and .No.ll No.89 o 85 No.78 No.8 No.12 6a
uniforms, epaulets and swords ,
I!:. ,. I$ Daily Dally DaijluOua No. 23. STATIONS. No. 28. DaflyLv Daily Dally p.
J. and the,odd'and unique costumes of favorite of C) eiSu580a .-
'the orient," making altogether a strikIng remedy increasing I CO J4 ::::;; i p .Jacksonville ........Ar 730nl016a- ::::::
I:) ,... *15p 1110 Ar....... St. Augustine: .......Lv 620p 9 Of'.a ...... .
picture. So, at leastIt has been I in popularity. Always,. cures sv ."..... 5 H15a Lv....... St. Augustine .......Ar 615p 9 Ola ......
the past, ''and the coming reception Is .....: 857p612p 1149a .........Hastings .........Lv 540p525p 829a812a......t .\oJ.0
n SICK HEADACHE p .. ...:;. 1305pU40a\ Ar.......East Palatka........ ...... .M. Q
:.i likely to exceed. in brilliancy any that .(0 -...... i4up 1"1\/1' Ar..Palatka..v -6tAp 1aa -...... .a... "--

has_ preceded It Never have there sour stomach, malaria, indigestion .4 ..360p735p.. : Lv...........Palatka...... .....Ar 545p 835a ...... c+ 0 'tQ '
v ;
been so many, distinguished men and uS O;>> Pgfcfi = ..... Ar.........San Mateo..Lv .- 65oaSlOa -...... p td y
.. torpid liver, constipation : ... .. ..... 655a Lv...._... San Mateo........Ar 735p ... : : '
charming women connected with the ;:;;;; CD tI2
t' ,..... 613p765p 13 Oop Lv.......East PaJatka..i\r 525p ...... F P
1 legations as now and never has the and all bilious .diseases.TUTT'S ...... 74.p: 126p137p ...........Ormond..Lv 402p 642a ,..... 0 0 b ,
'diplomatic carps'been more popular or o M'fc OC3 ...... .1 ..........Daytona........... 331p 681a. 0 bill...
Liver PILLSPEOFESSIONAL rI.2 1W ...... 8 Oop I47p .........Port Orange......... 3 4 Ip 621a...... y ..
formed a more conspicuous element In ; = f"CC 826p 210p II ........New Smyrna........ II 320p300p 600a 255p 0 m
the society of the national capital., C 658a630a ...... 233p309p 11 ...........Oak HillTitusville............ II ..,... 233pBufCett = + }
... I I VACQtQ : ....:: II .......... .......... 225p ...... IMp pTn s
f r _r i ''U. -" Other events on the White House calendar CARDS.GEORGE iI'\IIJ! ( ...... ...... 339p II .........City Point........._ It 'lS5p147p ...... .... aIIOt
as given out by Private Secretary ...... ...... 34 p ............CocoaRockledge... ........ ...... ..\... a
I .Photo by Cur edinat, Washington. : W ...... ...... 850p .;.;...... .......... II 143p...... ..... 0..... = ...:fM' .
LADY PAUJfCEFOTE. Cortelyou,.are,.the judicial receptionon M. BOBBINS, t-i'4.0 ....... ..nn 4l9P: II ..........Eau Gallie......... II 113p .......;..... W L,"" ,
Jan. 23.the 'eopgressional reception 4 ...... ...... 4201> ". .........MelbourneEoseland. .......... ....... ..... ( tI2III
given by the President and Mrs. Me- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,. =i +CO ...... ...... 604p509p ........... ........... ...... ...... P a Op
the Ion Jan. 30,' the supreme court dinneron .... .. ...... ...... II .......... ......... : ............. e. .....
Kinley'at White House though [ Feb. 6, the army and navy recep- Will practice in State -and, United States CO .. .... ... .. .........> Sebatstillru.......... ...... ...... ... p
there Is much social activity from the Courts.Office u.l ...... .......803p 11 ........Fort Pierce......... 103p.op........ ...... CD .
time tion on Feb. 13 and the public reception at Titusville, Florida. ...... ::.... 6 II ........... Ti bale ........... /1 ...... ...... 'e .
congress convenes and .parti u- on Feb. 19., Eo4 ...............0 alp It .............Eden............ II .... ...... CD 0 '
larly during tbe Christmas time. Thesefunctions D. L. GAULDEN, .to... ,.. ............. 835p645p ...........Jensen ........... II ...... ...... ,1 }
are As the dean of the diplomatic corps O ...... ...... II ...........Stuart ........ II ...... ...... ; '
mainly, however, family Lord,Pauncefote ranks first among the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, o .... ...... T15p II .........Hobe sound......... I014alOOia ............. rn .j
parties informal dinners and dances o a... ...... 728p II .......West Jupiter:....... .. ..... j
foreign representatives at this capital, TITUSVILLE, FLO IDA. ...... ...... 802p ......west Palm Beach..... 92Sa ..;:.. ...... SO'M
for the younger members 'ot..the' social and the British embassy is first amongthe E-4 .............. 8 tip II.......... Boynton .......... .. 90-Ja ...... ...... &.
I world., Particularly; :Is' this the time County judge of Brevard county. Will prac- = ...... ...... 836p II ............ Delray ........... II 853a ...... ...... M; ..
for legations-In! dispensing hospitality. tice in all the courts of the 7th judicial cir ... ............. .922p ". ......Fort Lauderdale...... I. 806a ...... ...... {=
"coming out" events, when the Lady Pauncefote and her charming cuit of Florida. ...............1007p .........Lemon City. .... II 48a.. .
debutantes' make their .bow' to Washington ''f1; ...... ...... 10 lop Ar............Miami. ...:..... ..Lv 715a ...... ...... ;.
daughters are the most of entertainers
t .t 'society. By the way. an unusually and the receptions and dinners DUNCAN U. FLETCHER, Parlor Cars on Trains s> and 78.

large'number of these ,charming Between Jacksonville, Pablo Beach and Mayuort. '
there are most enjoyable events. ATTOENEY-AT-LAW, y
buds have blossomed out thus far this No.27 No.25 N o.17 No.15 No.18 No.28
Since was'established with No 1
season. While the debutantes continue peace Sun Sun Daily DailyezSn STATIONS. Daily Sun
Spain there has perhaps been no more JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. only only exSa Daily exSu only a

an important factor in th'e'social popular diplomatic household in Wash 6 30p 2fXp 530p: 815a823a Lv. ...............JacksonviUe..Ar 745a SOup 6 Wp625p _
scheme, they now no .longer. occupy the. M. GOLDSMITH, 638p 208p 538p Ar. .............So. Jacksonville..Lv 787a 452p 552p......
ington than'the Spanish legation and no 70Gp730p :235p 6 Oop 850a ...............Pablo Beach. .......... II 710a 425p I ......
center of the stage and must divide the more popular'persons in Washington society ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 300p 60011 9J5a ......... .....Mayport. .............. It uSa 400p SOOp .... ,
attention of their admiring friends .
than,the Duke and Duchess d'Ar- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
' with the elder members'ot the fashionable Between New Smyrna and Orange Between Titnsrille and Sanford. s
world who are opening the dinner I cos. The,duchess, who brought us the Prosecuting attorney for Brevard county. City Junction. No.ll70Ua STATIONS. Noll

: giving and luncheonsand olive.. branch" ,of peace after the war Notary public. Will practice in all courts of KoLAll STATIONS. Lv..........Titusville .......... TI i
season having
was _over. is anAmerican, .woman and the state.A. 325p' Lv.........New Smyrna.........Ar INo.2. 713a ...........Mima...............T hip
receptions on their own account. 486p .........Lake Helen.........Lv1 540p 828a II ..........Osteen........... 1161& Cf
As ihe president's New Year's reception this may account for the especially D. PENNEY 454p II ..... ...Orange City........ 524p 850a ........MEnterprl .......... liMa
cordial spirit with which the Spanish 600p Ar ...Orange Ciry Junction... | 515p g'&Ja.Ar ...........Sanford........... "
.Is the first of the official enter ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
minister was received here and in a trains between New Smyrna and Orange All trains between Titusville and Sanford t
tainments and formally opens the season City Junction daily except Sunday. daily except Sunday.
,. for the popularity which he t
'so it Is perhaps the most important These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be ezoeoted to arrive and deptft
has since attained though be is a Will practice in the courts of the 7th ju from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not ruatlAl
It defines the matter of -
t' as precedence dicial circuit. teed, nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences aril .
and in a way sets the social I lag therefrom.

? pace. It" Is certainly the most cosmopolitan \ VWi1 wv..NlWaWaA A.U.Jn\yr,,WSt.
Peninsular and Occidental S. s. Co.
1 of all the events that make up
s the winter's programme.! The reception CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
x Main office and address, Tibbals Florida
at the White House at the openingof
Office at Fort Pierce, Fla., upon the 2nd and HAVANA LINE. -
this year was very much like those 4th Fridays of each month
Leave Miami Taesdays.11.00' 'Po m. Arrive Key West Wednesdays......11.00 a. a. r
i In the years that have preceded It. Notary Public, State at Large.F. Leave Key West Wednesdays........ 8.oop.m. Arrive Havana Thursdays.. ......... 5.00*. i.
though It was somewhat more elab- Leave Havana Thursdays............10.40a.m. Arrive Key Wet Thursdays......... 5.30 p. m
... .. ...............
:_ rate'and more largely attended than \\ \ vd latt J. WEBB, Leave Key West Thursdays. 6.30p.m. Arrive Miami Fridays 6.301. a,

R heretofore. Promptly at 11 a. m. the ATTOENEY-AT-LAW, KEY WEST LINE. -

T White House doors are thrown'd TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Leave Miami Fridays...............11.00p.m. Arrive Key West Saturdays.........11.00 a. a.
the people begin to throng'the receptlon Leave Key West Sundays............ 6.30 p. m. Arrive Miami Mondays .. ,......... 6.30a.m.
";<: rooms, coming In the order of 3 i t \ Will practice in the courts of the 7th ju i Passengers for Havana can leave Miami Fridays ll.U p. m.. arriving Key West Saturdaji
f official dicial circuit. 11:00 a. m.,and remain in Key West until 9:03 p. m. Sunday following, and at that time leave
precedence. as, it Is establishedby on the steamship "Olivette," arriving Havana Monday morning.

long' usage. First come the members L. DODSO\ For ropy of local time card address any Agent. h4
",. '' of thp president's. official household M.D. G

r ,with the secretary of state In the '
Dentist.Office .QUICKTIME
{ lead, and then the diplomatic corps.
1 They occupy but 15 minutes in paying at residence, first door south of the SOUTHERN TOWASHINGTON {
county jail. Only first class work
their respects to th.nation's. chief ex
at greatly reduced prices. ,
f ecutive. At 11:15 enter' the chief jus; ;
a tlce 'and. the associate justices of the ,

<. supreme court and other high judicial NEW YORK, i

functionaries: These are-followed at z. -. CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE,

ll:25rby senators, representatives' and I

t delegates In congress. At 11:40 officers, ATLANTA, 1'

t of the army the navy the marine BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS
corps and District militia have thee
Photo by Clinedinst Washington. CHATTANOOGA
most courteous and accomplished gen. .1'

; tleman. The Duchess d'Arcos, It will And all Points East and West

be remembered, was Miss Virginia "fCJ
L Ij : Lowery \before her marriage to the

duke and was well known and popular s NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS t)
In the social circles of the capitalOf /

i all the places to which people 1

is rL most delight to be' Invited Is the NRJ8AR K THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS,

Chinese legation for here coupled Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. ,

t with genuine hospitality, are the flavor .
: x and charm of the orient. In view of BALKE'SLIVE ,

I the strained relations between this Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.

and China the position of
1 Minister Wu Ting Fang is peculiarand ,

... \ ) ; must be somewhat trying but the OAK Via Jesup.

astute Chinese diplomat conducts af .
'' ; 'r fairs, both state and social with such

suavity grace and tact as to disarm Via Jesup. i
any feeling of resentment which mightbe
.j Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room
entertained on account of the attitude
Sleeping Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant DIning Cars. jfi.
; of the country he represents.In BY ACE.

the matter of entertainment the
Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Cincianati 0
Chinese minister has a wonderfully 'I'
pleasing and attractive companion and Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition. via Asheville, N.C., and Knoxville, through "THE LAND OF THE SKY" .

assistant In Mme. Wu. a dainty and
Is the best and
: charming oriental woman, though as purest Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated !
in Connection with the Plant from Jacksonville.
System ,
bright and vivacious as the most accomplished Rye Whiskey sold

4 women of the Occident. }1

... Her gowns, of rich oriental fabrics, in the South.R. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS at Very Low Rates OB Sale JooBl to Sept 30,1809 !

are the wonder and admiration of all ,
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extends rates. on or
visitors and the welcome she F. BALKE & CO. .
DUCHESS D'ARCOS. Proprietors, W. T. COSBY T. P. A., t

9- right of.way." At 12 there comes a great to guests could not be more gracious CINCINNATI U. S. A. 912 West Bay streetJaekaonv1le,1li4 i .:-

array ot,lesser. officials, the beads of and hospitable. Orders mailed to our bead office will be J. il. GULP W. A. TUBE i. H. HABDWICX, I i 6

; bureaus.,,.commissioners assistant;secretaries A. noticeableaddition to the diplomatic ;ilod from our Dearest accredited distributor Traffic Manager, Gen. Pass.Agt., .&.a.t.Gen. Pus.Aft* <.;
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CURRENT LOGRL LACONICS. The Changes newly elected In County officers Officials.for Brevard BITS, OF .f FACT I AND D 'GOSSIP I ; Murder account In of the-the trial First of Degree.Our the negro. l LATEST 'NEWS ANEJ INCIDENTS .

county entered upon, the discharge of the Joe Henderson, in our last issue, closed
grief.Mention.of What 'Is Going ,On In Current .Events of Present Week Matters of Interest That Are Happening
with the of
their duties this,week, the_ changes being proceedings Thursday night.
and About- ,Tltniville.. -, made Tuesday, when the new membersof Portrayed In Brief. Friday several more witnesses were examined Around, Towii.Mr. .

Send your watches'for repairs toW.,:M."Woodward the board of public instruction, new :Mr. 'W, 'H. Peterson, of Canaveral, for the state, and then the prose- R. R. Gladwin has, resigned his '

,Titusville. Work guaranteed. superintendent of public instruction,,new made a flying trip, to the 'city Tuesdayfor cution rested. The' defense did not in- position with the Southern Express company .
supplies.H. troduce witnesses but the accused .
Owner offers fine'cow and calf for 'sale.Tor county judge and prosecuting attorney any ,
further particulars inquire, at this ' treasurer entered upon the discharge .- B. ,Saunders, attorney-at-law of made a statement, which, in substance; Mr. Stevens, attorneyat-law, of Tam-

office,or address R., care STAR office. of the duties of their respective West Palm Beach, is. now in Columbia: was that he killed Burke in. self defense. pa, was in town Thursday on some legal
positions.The S. C., where, according to the TropicalSun That Burke asked him if he had any business.
Mr. Charles H. Nauman, our prospeet- old school board met Monday and he will take a course of treatment in money and started to hit him with the
Mrs. Jennie G. Hall
lye new county' commissioner.from the attended .to matters before them and the Keeley institute, in that city. iron rod, when he took it away from of Boston, arrived -
First district, was in town the; first of the next morning when Messrs. C. P. Platts Burke and struck Burke twicp. Henderson in town a few days ago, and is at ,

-week. and R. N. Andrews, the new members. Mrs. Gerry, of Rockaway Beach, who also denied having the iron rod in present stopping at the Mims House

,Mr. W. R., Knox left Wednesday .for were present, permanent organizationwas was a visitor to Titusville and? Banana the morning before the murder,was com- Mr. W. T. Walker, 'of Ankona, returned

.- Bridgeport, in Putnam county, where he perfected by electing Dr. J,M. Dixonas river last 'winter, arrived this week, accompanied mitted. His statement would not stand from Orlando last Friday, wherehe

will be engaged at his old trade in engineering chairman. Sir. Sams, as superintendent by her friend, Mrs. Hy. Als- against the most positive circumstantial spent!about ten days with relatives.

for a while.Archdeacon turned over,' his office to Mr. R. E. heimer and daughter, of New York city, evidence produced by the stateand the Mrs. H. J. Egger, who has been quite
Mims' and the details of, the and they"will spend some time on the jury returned a verdict of murder in the !
B. F..Brown will hold divine explained I ill for the past week or so, is, at this time
service on Sunday next, the 13th, position! Est ,some length. to the new incumbent east coast. first degree, the penalty of which is very much improved we are pleased to '
and Ft. ., Dr. C. G. Weld arrived from Boston death by ,hanging. The prisoner was state.
at Eau Gallie at 11 a. m. at
; Judge A. D. Penney and Mr. Jas. E. : Saturday afternoon, and was met here by sentenced Saturday. His attorneys are
Pierce at 7:30 p.m. Andrews entered upon their duties as his sailboat in charge of John Edwards, allowed 60 days to make an appeal; they Judge Jones left yesterday for Orlando

Mr. W.':M.-Brown'has had a numberof judge of the county court and ,prosecuting ready to carry him to his headquarters at having given notice that an appeal will and Kissimmee, and will take up a case

the largest orange trees in "his fine attorney respectively; Judge ,D. L. the Canaveral club house. He will spend be taken. at Orlando which has been standing for
grove at LaGrange covered with McFar- Ganlden and Attorney M. Goldsmith retiring the winter cruising and hunting in these It seems that Henderson is wanted in .

I land, tents', ,some of which are. 25 feet in from these positions.Mr. waters. Mitchell county, Georgia, for cotton steal- Miss Kate Pritchard has gone to Miami

height F. H. Boye, ,our new county treasurer inS!. Sheriff Brown has received a telegram this week where she will spend some
Walter Boyett who for the two
'.-, 'Mr. S.:N. Gladwin is overhauling and assumed charge of that office Tues- years has been ,engineer at the past F. E. C. from Sheriff G. W. Swindle, of time with her sister, Mrs. F. T. Budge, t

; .,, adding to the recent boat he built for Mr. day morning, when Mr. John Henry water sank at Rockledge, left on Saturdayfor that county, stating the above fact, and leaving Wednesday.A .

z ', J. J.,Haggerty,' giving increased beam turned over the accounts, records, etc., of Weightman, Ga., to enter school to asking for Henderson, if not held here. merrygo-round arrived Tuesday and

0, and stability that will admit'of larger.sail the treasurer's office to the new officer. take a commercial course. His friendsare New SPRING Mattings, 14c at ha been placed on the Lund property.

area being carried. Owing to outside business, which demands glad to see him prosperous and pro- Gardner's. Now the children will be happy as longas
. ...: Mr.,Boye's time and attention for
raise the
The naphtha stern wheeler Widgeon, gressive.Dr. they can nickles and dimes.

of the Canaveral club, is again disabledby the acting present treasurer, Mr.for Henry'will him for the serve as. B. R. Wilson was called to Eau Change of Time Card. Mr. W. E. Youngs returned to West
a broken shaft. This makes the third Gallie Saturday on account of the serious their Palm Beach Wednesday afternoon. He
is needless for us to say.that Mr.Henry The F. E. C. railway changed t
fractured shaft since, her, arrival here'about' has made a model treasurer for Brevard illness of Mr. Treutler, who has also been schedule on the Orange City divison Dec. will have charge of one of the electric

a month ago. county during the two years he has held under the care of Doctors Hughlett and 25th, when trains 1'08.11 and 12 between i launches for the East Coast Hotel system

Prof. Jack Laflin met a party from I the office. Every well-posted citizen of Hebard as well. When Dr. Wilson left New Smyrna and Titusville were an I this winter at Palm Beach.

Hew York on their arrival here'the first our county is aware of that fact. The Eau Gallie Monday the patient was rest- nulled. Trains leave New Smyrna now Capt. C. F. Fischer expects to leave Y.

of the week Mr. Naething and a coupleof out-going treasurer introduced new pro- ing quite easily. .. for Orange City Junction at 10:40 a. m. next Monday with the Elise F. for Mi-

friends-who are off on the houseboat cedures in the office:, not contemplatedby The DeLand News, of last week, contains and 3:25 p. m., arriving at the junctionat ami. He will be accompanied by Capt.

Rose Marie for a cruising and' hunting the state statutes, that absolutely the following item: Rev. J. B. 12:15 p. m. and 4:25 p. m. Leave Or- and Mrs. Nelson and little son, who will' '

trip. show that the county's money is on i Mickler, the new minister for the Southern ange City Junction at 1:05 p. m. and 4:40p. spend a week or so in Miami.

I .A'fine daughter put in her appearance hand. Aside from this Mr. Henry's Methodist church, will preach for the m., arriving at New Smyrna 2:05: p. m. Miss Bessie Grisard, of Winchester,

Tuesday at.the residence of Mr. and :Mrs. books are marvels of neatness andaccu- first time since his appointment on Sun- and 6:15 p. m. The regular winter Tenn., daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. W.

W. F. Jibb, and the very proud, father racy. We have no hesitancy in stating day. Mr. Mickler is a single man. Considering : schedule will go into effect on this road Grisard, arrived last week and has ac- '

-. \' bas been constantly receiving.congratulations that'these new'departures as well as neat the number of most charming about the middle of January. cepted charge of the public school at In-

t .: : all the week over the young lady's and accurate records\ will be maintainedby young ladies in his new charge, we see dianola, and will start the school next
arrival. the new official.MOTHER'S .. no reason for his remaining so. Card of Thanks. week. ; J
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, :'"<":". Services will be held in the Presbyterian -: Messrs. Geo. F. Miles and Geo. W. TITCSVILLE, FLA., Jan. 8, 1001. Messrs. Heckert & Holmes, of West

1 t '. church, Rev. John A. Hughes, pas FRIEND: Waists. 39c. Gibbs, of St. Augustine, W. H. English, To the People of Cocoa and Vicinity: Palm Beach, have purchased the Florida s

lit' f tor, next Sunday' as follows: 11 a. m., Gardner's. of Jacksonville, connected with the Me- Permit me to thank you all kindly for Boat Yards business from A. T. Rose, k

f subject, "Heaven." 7:15 p. m., subject, FarlAnd Fruit Protection company, arrived your valuable assistance and aid rendered and will enlarge the works and increasethe

i ,,, "Earnestness In Religion." Sunday THE WHITE STORE. in our town last Friday, and remained myself and the other officers of the law, facilities for turning out the work for i

i I school ft 9:45 a. m. We guarantee better goods for less here until Wednesday in consultation in our efforts to find the guilty person in which Mr. Rose has a well-earned repu- F i

t t Judge Gaulden will protect his fine orange money than any house in the county.- with Messrs. Amorv.. Harris and the late brutal murder in your town andI tation.

I.- '; grove in the Turnbull hammock W. CRAYFORD. Ames, of Boston, whose arrival here was especially thank you for your Confidence Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton arrived

", t' with McFarland tents; having made a noted in the colutnns of THE STAR last in the officers to perform their duty here Tuesday from Daytona, where they f

# ..,:" contract with Messrs. Amory & Harris, Three Years In the Penitentiary.Allen week. The latter-named gentlemen, representing and in the courts to impartially ad. have been spending a week or so among

1' 'I of Boston, for the coming 'ten years on a Johnson colored, who was arrested unlimited capital, have takenan minister justice. Yours very truly, their many; friends. The doctor is gettingthe r

! percentage basis of the fruit produced. the last of November, near Sebas- interest in the matter of fruit protec Jos. P. BROWN, Sheriff. Dentos ready for the trip to West
tion on the percentage plan, and will also
Palm Beach, which place will be his '
I I' Col. J. P. Hermann of Key West isi' tian, for robbing a negro named Tom
: be largely interested in the manufactureof '
Titusville School Notes. headquarters
at.Jensen for the winter, where he is Crusher of$37.00, had his trial Monday I the tents also. We understand that

i' stopping at the Al Fresco. The major is before Circuit Judge Jones. He was con- Mr. Harris, who is of the firm of Blake Miss Parker has one new pupil, Tanna We call especial attention to the noticein
victed and received sentence of three column of stock for sale. Mr.
the owner of valuable river .front property Bros., bankers Boston, will be treasurerof Louisiana.We another
at and feels quite as much at years in state penitentiary. Messrs. Geo. have ,in the high Jones arrived here this week with a car-
I Ankona, the company, with Mr. Ames as superintendent a new pupil
} home on Indian river as he does in the M. Robbins and F. J. Webb representedthe and Mr. McFarland general school, Edith Deltoner. load of horses and Jersey cattle. People r
I'- prosecution, and D. L. Gaulden de down the river who desire stock will
Island City. manager. More definite arrange- Miss Bessie Bryan has two new pupils,
fended. This case disposes of all the please consult the appointments made by
Representative K. B. Raulerson, of Ft. ments regarding the organization of the Charlie and George Futch.Dr. :
prisoners inthe county jail except those Mr. Jones for down river places. n ,
Tierce, is in town, and is giving his attention i who are serving out sentences adminis- company will probably be given out Grisard and his daughter, Miss Bes-

toward the preliminary steps for tered by the county court. within the next few days. sie Grisard, and Miss Clara Nolle were Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald, of Key West, ,

the passage of a special fish law for Bre- among the visitors this week. and baby daughter, were arrivals in town

vard and Dade counties, which he will Joe Jefferson to Build a Hotel. Our editor was visiting Miss Bryan'sroom Saturday on their way to Sanfoid, and on
introduce at the coming session of the Real Estate Transfer.Mr. this week, and noticed they were account of no Sunday trains on the

state legislature. R. L. Decker purchased the Ronald Joseph Jefferson, the veteran actor, busy placing colored straws, which they branch had to remain here until Monday.Mrs. V

Capt. U. D. Hendrickson, of Lake place, situated on the western edge of our who is at the Royal Pomciana for the did quite nicely. Fitzgerald, nee Miss Fannie Apple- .;

Worth, was summoned to New Smyrna town limits, last week, from Mr. W. A. winter, has closed a deal for a slice of the We are looking forward with pleasureto yard formerly resided in Sanford, and

Monday by the receipt of a telegram informing Ronald, of Seabreeze. This is one of the most valuable improved and unimproved Friday afternoon, when we expect to Mr. Fitzgerald is now called there on

him that his schooner Mary B. oldest places around town, formerly be- property in West Palm Beach, for $50,000. be pleasantly entertained by recitationsfrom business connected with the Chronicle.At .
after the transaction the
was ashore at Mosquito inlet. The boat ing known as the Einig property. The actor Immediately and Mayor Wilmon Whillden or- the sixth and seventh grade. \ the master's sale of real estate Mon-

t. was heavily laden. No particulars received purchase comprises about twentyoneacres ganized a partnership to build a $100.000 day the real estate property owned by J.
up to our going to press. which two acres (about the house) tourist hotel in the center of the newly I T. Cleveland, situated on St. Lucie river, <.
t are in orange, grove and looking, fine. Mr. Miss Jessie Frazier, of Palatka, is visit-
sold to the complainant in fore-
was a
the immediately
Mr. Geo. C. Warner, representing purchased property. were -
1 Decker expects to spend considerable ing Miss Jennie Gamble for a few days.
closure of suit Miss Eveline J.
Racycle; Mr. J. E. Wood, representing time and in asked for the erection of the hotel. mortgage ..
J the Rambler: and Ideal; Mr. J. R. Werner and will expense improving the place Mr. Jefferson expects that his hotel will Mr. 0. 0. Poppleton, of Stuart, paid a Clapper, of this place. This is said to be '
J. representing the Tribune and Fea- is plant included more trees. In the be ready for the travel next season. : flying visit to Capt. E. S. Coutant this a valuable piece of property, right in the '!" ,
purchase some fine hammock
therstone, and Mr. W. J. Karnes, representing land. week. pineapple belt, but was practically aban-

the Crescent-Steams bicycles, STOCK FOR SALE. Mrs. W. C. Howes has returned from a doned by its owner some two years ago. ,

were in town in the interest of their re- Board of Trade.The week's visit in Jacksonville and St. Au- The property is only about a mile and a
I will be at the following places on or half from Jensen.
branches and sales departments gustine.Mrs. .
spective annual election of officers for the about the dates given, with a mixed load
Wednesday and yesterday. of Jersey and grade-Jersey cattle. Alsoa A. C. Friescke, of Matthews, is ..
,:.:. Titusville board of trade was held at Dress Goods NOVELTIES at Gardners. -
. few gentle, well-broken, young horses. now at Mrs. J. S. Gaines', enjoying the .
; Sewing Machines NEW, $19.75 at meeting Wednesday night. George Daytona, Jan 7; Titusville, Jan. 10; ocean breezes. .
Gardner's. M. Robbins was elected president; R. W. Cocoa, Jan. 12; Sebastian Jan. 14; Ft.
Rhodes, vice president; J. G. Bast, secre- i Pierce, Jan. 16; Jensen, Jan. 18; Jupi- The naphtha engine for Capt. E. S. BOAT FOIl SALE.

CARD OF THANKS.I tary; J. M. Dixon, treasurer. The same ter. Jan. 19; Palm Beach, Jan. 21. Coutant's new launch has arrived and is Nearly flat-bottomed cat boat, about 20

wish to thank my friends and patrons' executive committee was re-elected for E. C. Joao.IANrAN. being put in place. feet long thoroughly overhauled and rebuilt -

the ensuing year-Messrs. R. W. Rhodes with new sail, just the boat for '-
for their hearty and substantial holiday Miss Lizzie Oakes, of Selma., Ala., ar-
i greetings. Between Dec. 24th and Jan. E. L. Brady and G. M. Robbins. rived Monday, and will spend the winter cruising the Indian river. Can be seen .

,. 5th you have kindly remembered me Items scarce, so are bean pickers. I I with her sister, Mrs. F. W. Hatch. at this place. Address S., care STAR 'j
with over two hundred orders, making Prospects for a fine crop are good. Mr. T. B. Allen and his friend, Mr. W. ... ; i

nearly twenty-five? carloads of material. A new supply of orange boxes, solid I The man of brass is in evidence these H. Nelson, of Brooklyn, N. Y., are tak- NOTICE. .
heads sides.
These have had careful and prompt at- Bangor I. ing a cruise down Indian river with the I will sell for $15 cashor will exchangefor '
G. F. PADDISOX days.If
will have.I ,
tention, as your future Mallard. of value
something equal one pointer .
thank and hope to merita Eau Gallie, Fla. a freeze should come this winter the ; :
sincerely you Mrs. E. Fair and children returned bitch, well trained, a good retriever, 18 .:I
of favors. skeets will fare badly. They are with us
continuance .
your For Sale. 1 from their vacation Sunday, and Mrs. months old; also one fine dog pup, pointer c :!
Yours truly, to stay, seems. Fair resumed her school work Mondaywith two months old, pedigreed stock, for !
G. F. PADDI50X.c Ten acres hammock land, three acres Mr. Overstreet representing Smith & also have Grist
low and excellent for quite a full attendance.Mr. $5; champion pit games :
seven acres orange Holden, and Mr. Burt, of J. M. Burt & for sale at $5 per trio. M. G. ELLIS, 1
WANTED. land, located near the Nolle grove at Shi- and Mrs. P. L. Wright have
lob be had at if taken Bro., of New York, stopped at the Ban- Melbourne, Fla. \
; can a bargain, at moved into their new house, and Mrs. ,
A white man to cook on a private once. Address T., care STAR office, Titus yan House while they did this territoryin
yacht; must know how to sail a boat and ville. launch and buggy. Wright's mother, Mrs. McPherson, of Orange Grove For Sale. i
be willing hand. Stuart, is making her a visit.

Apply to or address Peter Nelson, "I. W. HAKPER" is the "Gold Medal" Eloise One of the finest groves in Brevard
FOR SALE. Miss Montgomery, a young ar- five
county acres under wire
Fla. o ; good fence, _
Titusville, whiskey of the world. Highest awardsat tist of Birmingham, Ala., is visiting her Shiloh E "
Second hand surveyor's transit, with at with 400 boxes of fruit on ,
GASOLINE ENGIN Paris, 1900; Chicago, 1893; New Or- tripod. Would camera. cousin, Miss Brooks Curry, and will same this winter. Will sell with or without t ,"
1885. Unbeaten and
Illustrated folder free Address W. P. Sold leans,by R. L. Motlow and Fred.unbeatable Losley,! For further particulars address &, STAB make a number of sketches and water STAR present office crop. Write quick to"S. care 1 1
Titusville. colors while here. Titusville.
UKDEBWOOD, Agt, Roseland, Fla. Titusville. +
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'"1t"f;, -:-:, ':>""' ':1LISLISiE1MEER.. Jackson andrbls.asfstants; are'increasiInto Early Risers each 'vojuableIlttlltaiQet .. .. '.. _..._ J"I'n. .-_" __ ".j_, . ,
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1'b Y .'r... '-, '" land N V eI.' 'Alaska the. ,. naitifra yod''.broken oDr" 'engagement' they

';*?" Special.Coneapondence of The. forida Star; ;has "improved .wonderfully., The. asked.: ''Why jBhouldn't' 'ir" ahe replied j ,

:: : -' .- .': .". :. i mortality;; rate :bas rome'., down to 54percetlt'andhthg' ) *
"" ''' J- risthas is
4- 'Ct and birthday
; past,; my'riext :
!. : ': -.,' '" :Srxa! Alaska_ ;, De '15-Now) IskthF Eskimos been
have Six
: is months : ij
F : &SOI1 when'the''reIndeer folly .awayChicago. g :
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: : : .c' ; 1.P.t.the year ; : ? Ted from.tile pinch'of! povertyIrtinlnomadic Post anfr C dreg. '
'. prpTesttb .betovhe .a1skanS and omestdlandowners. Evening .. ,, ,.' For Infants 1
-:.- .. the/have .become <| ","" "", ,'".10''''' ,"'-" ".I 'III"""."""," ""'.1" "'ltI
i Such litHe
4 .< i -- .mountain: trails,:and 'frozen rivers' are pills as DeVitt's'Little'Early _
: ,. : Jttonstern "Risers-are Tery easily taken, arid theyare = = = The Kind YQII Have
ui ,A: De.n.Ffah. .
I i':::' 's' many. .feet deep 1ec.drllts'of'spo: *, *7.f.. '5"v!ri. A* .* >- wonderfully! effective in cleansing the *=.J-=
: 'f?". '- .:., .and transportation and travel from Destroying its victim, is a type of 'con liver and bowels. Wilson & Son. '

D:... placeto place would .be Impossibly> stipationThe power of this murderoustrialftdJi'is -
fI. :
1. .. Bought :
ft. t:{} _, .. ;Without. ,the aid ;ft.this! ) noble I al: muscles< and felt brain.on organs, /There and is nerves no health and *"When I Paris v, papa' ,,Iwailt, to dIil IIIIllOM, 19d 'UN4NI PPro11 nllPhdIItIJu 'i Always ,

: ,Fleet, .be.,is andisj'otigl WWing ''anf w VesetabIcPreparationfor As
4 ti2':1'.' till t'ffovercbme.;, Butf Dr. King/a New know. just how much trioney'I can,haveto ,
6erceet .
I f i, .. even anxious plunge Into the clothes with?" "Well dear* sllnilatingtheFootlattdueguta.ills
Life Pills are a safe and certain cure; bay my "
.i %;-. :.. ", .. storms that ever swept' down an leewalled Best in the world for stomach, liver,. kidneys how would, saya thousand, do?" 'Now ting Stomachs andBoweis_of Bears.. theThirty
f;. q: .,' (mountain [gorger or strrwed and bowels.: %Only 25 cents at'B. RiWilson papa, I know you don't want. .go ..

: ..- pslandlb \yld.a In the '.course#o| & Son's drugstore; ... 1 around in rags.-Life.! : x-

.,," ". .an" arctic glacier fee.has proved times (7 i 1' Signature
1..Y_ :'., without number. \ ;. The Ingfnlon Parisian, ; YOU should know that Foley'ff."Honey KesttoriCteeTfilness .
!f\, : : In a 'measure, the. 'reindeer has'.been. 8he- -Did! .the. Parisians- understand and Tar is absolutely the best remedy for Promotes t {

I' r- '. the salvation of ,native; i&as&C; : :''He your French? : diseases of the throat, chest and lungs. aiidRestContaihs neither of" ,aO .:'.

: 1 r..=:, ':4 feasproiecl, .an" invaluable' ..substitute"for i' :.He-Every word except when; I'4i Dealers 'are authorized to guarantee it to pmmhtorphiile-norr1lieral., ; ,

:>'" :the horse,.J.cow, sheep and goat. i start' to remonstrate about an exorbitant -, i satisfaction in all cases: 25c. and NOT NARC OTIC., .

', Hecarj..dotmo5eVvprk.toc.ils.lsIzei charge 1-Lond 1 Tlt-Blts.1 50c. Wilson .& Son. .., :.. ;" -
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any other' animal, ln'4the 4worli larnesse .r j i '. .
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t-' :. | ; '100* ,miles '6veiy. ice and .Prof. Koxa Tyler,. of Chicago,'.vice on?" The Irish Comedian-"Right you after go PontfJoa Sal"sQx.Stnna* --

; ,' fBno,; In .a"" ... eet/more- president Illinois\oman's Alliance, in the trained The Soubrette Ju14SJ+- IJf I-
donkeys. : : Saucy:
n '
""f .: -1. over,' are of such peculiar shape' thatg. speaking of Chamberlain's )\ Remedy : -" Allin Ju4 .
'Heavens! It's.a. wonder the Rppernmt <<
with -
.:. he can cover:,:more Icy ground.In less 'eays: "I suffered a severe cold Bi'Critnt14J'." .
d and break the
this winter which threatened to'run into stage manager sn't.try. ; '
it; :' ..._ time than any other(known creature. pneumonia I ''tried different remedies, monotony more than he ,does.'!-Brooklyn 1hld- s
.:: :.'. 'revIQu8,to 1891 the condition of, the hut I seemed grow worse and the med. Life. U S.B

?; .. 'Alaskans and Eskimos. was ,most: de icine !iupset my stomach. A friend ad .
'. .. ,': plorable. Their ,food was scant> and vised mej .to try Chamberlain's Cough The Mother's Favorite ApecfectRemedy for Constipation .

: a their clothing In 'severe and I found it to .-chamberlain's. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
{ '; Insufficient Remedy, was pleasant Cough Remedy is the
!. winters the mortality' .among. Themewas, take and it relieved me at once. I am mother's favorite. ,It is pleasant and Worms,.Convulsions.Feverishness -. F 0 r 0 V B r
5 recovered"saved a doctor'sbill safe for children take and and LOSS OF SLEEP.TacSurule
: i : .', terrible:.- The: only means; of ...subsist now entirely to always
. time and suffering, and I will never cures. It is intended especially for
1. ence :consisted hi hunting seals 'wll"c"
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b- ; be without this splendid medicine again." coughs, colds,,croup and whooping cough, Signature of .
$',, ruses ; and the natives. 111 For, .sale,by B. R. Wilson & Son. and is, ,the best medicine for these dis. ; Years
; supplied with' the of getting
: : : means eases. There is not the least danger in .

.L. 7i t over .the icy fields, found the struggle Husband-"Don't you think it was giving it to children, for it contains no NEW YORK.

!.' for. ,existence' more" than ,difficult. Officers very extravagant of you to'buy all those Opium ,or other injurious: drug and 'may

\-.i -: ,.of the United, States revenue things?" ..Wife-"But-didn't buy them be given as confidently to" a babe as to an '
i: service who visited Alaska from time i adult. For sale by B. R. Wilson & Son.
; Ihad them charged. PhiladelphiaRecord
; t{ = to time conceived the, idea of'Introducing .
- _\
t ; a ,the reindeer into the-countiy. The r

, :'. -' Laplanders and, other'northern. : races ;The most soothing, ,healing and anti EXACT COPY OT,WRAPPEa.M1h .
". #: devised is DeWitt's RllewiiIiswRheumatic
septic ever
; ; solved the problem of arctic ex. vi
. Witch Hazel Salve. It relieves at .
,' istenee by making use 'of these'ant and and :__,:- : =.__ ..' __ ::' :, '. _'. : -. _..." '-- ."' ._ ='=- !' :: =,:::', ,;
H' : \ once cures sores, eczema j.
mals. Why could not'the Alaskans skin diseases. Beware of imitations.WilSon pains are the cries of protestand

C follow their example? '& Son. distress from tortured muscles,aching r'.A.

Dr. Sheldon Jackson, general agentof joints and excited nerves. The blood has
of'education in Alaska; determined 'to been poisoned by the Accumulation of
Dully-But how do know she is :Fide
' <, you waste matter in the system, and can no cEl'r: salary >
. : devote.bis time to the work. He made
married did her ?
: ; you see wedding ring longer supply the and health sustaining
2 a careful study of..the conditions of life Flossie-On -I mentioned the pure $12 TTVeTally.
: 3 no. just food they require. The whole system
?,;: .tinder.which reindeer, thrive and icon- word""'cook," and her eyes lit up in.& feels the effect of this acid poison ; and Men and women to appoint agents and represent us, some to

> t L eluded that'they would prosper In Alaska minute, and I knew.-Brooklyn Life. not until the blood has been purified and travel, others for local work. $12 weekly salary.ajid expenses.

_:,;. \ as' well as; anywhere else. Besidesthe brought: back to a healthy Wndition"wUJ Old established house, pleasant, permanent positions, rapid

\: task of Introducing the reindeer, :The White.Man's Harden the aches and pains cease. advancement and increase of wages. Write at once.

he had to Instruct the natives as": to Mrs. James Kell, of 707 Ninth street N; E.. Address BUTLER & ALCER
; : is usually indigestion, which means no i Washington, D. C.,writes as follows: "A feW ,
their 'care .and use. Congress did not appetite, sleeplessness, irritability, weariness months ago I bad an attack of Sciatic' Rheum Dept. E. NEW HAVEN, CONN.
take the when tism in its worst form.The'
kindly to project It was
.'of'. body and brain. Dr.. Loyal so intense that I
first mooted. Necessary;appropriations' ford's Dyspepticide is a new and perfect became completely pros- ,

: ." to. begin the. work were not fort. 'eombig. cure.: It aids digestion, tones and regulates trated.unusually The severe attack one was and an ice THAT is .

The. appeal was made through the the stomach. Wilson & San. my condition was regarded -

-; *. press, however and enough money was as being very danger-
ous. I was attended by make a start The.idea 'was A man shall seek with all his might one of the most able doc Our Specialty,

= ; ridiculed by both members. congress For work which fills him.with delight; torsinwashingtonwhoisalso
a member of the fac- kt
and by. many editors' throughout. the So, too, he must, 'with heart not rash ulty of a leading medical x' 4 G. M. DAVIS &SON

.."... ., .' ,. LOve work which fills'his purse with cash. college to continue here his He prescriptions told me r TUBS. _

- .' -Detroit Free Press. and I would get well. After having 1' filled .T A-- ; PALATKA, FLA,
twelve times without receiving the slightest
1'r : .1 \ ; 1 'cI benefit, I declined to continue his treatment ant fj
" _;., t. 11 When threatened by pneumonia or longer. Having heard of S.S.S.Swif specific) A+ J Write for delivered prices.
,. recommended for Rheumatism I decided almostin
J other lung trouble; prompt ,relief is
', despair however to give the medicine a trial
: ) ; necessary, as it ,is dangerous to delay. and after-bad taken a few bottles I was able to
.. ':r-<: We would suggest that One Minute Cough hobble around on crutches, and very soon thereafter
'' :t Cure be taken as soon as indications of had no use for them at all, S. S. S. having
{ cured me sound and well. All the distressing
:. laving taken cold are noticed. It cures pains have left me, my appetite has returned Ocean Caa
r .-.j\ hl quickly and its early use prevents. con- and I am happy to be again restored to perfect Steamship
sumption. Wilson& Son. ,

.. great vegetable
and tonic, is

. The.Leading Lady.-"Clara says you SSSthe ideal remedy in all .VAI TNA.II LINE.Fast .

'.; : ., have given her the leading part in your troubles. Freight .

{.. amateur play." "That's where we are no opiates 61 and Luxurious
.",. .. S : fooled her. She leads off with a feather minerals in it to disturb the digestion and Passenger Route

duster and few words and then doesn't lead to ruinous habits.
a ,
':. --. have another thing to do."-Philadelphia Rheumatism prepared which every a special sufferer from on EAST

r- Evening Bulletin.A this painful disease should read. It is the

.- -: __ RECfDEER.PACKED FOB TRAVEL., most complete and interesting book of

t country. It was even called'the "rein Night of Terror. the kind in existence. It will be sent free

. deer fad" Dr. Jackson persisted hi "Awful anxiety was felt for the widowof to any one desiring it. Write our physicians

,'. his efforts.. Reindeer were purchased the brave Gen. Burnham, of Machias, fully and freely about your case. We

', in Norway and Lapland ,and shipped 1\1e; when the doctors said she could not make no charge for medical advice. t
across the'.Atlantic and the American I live till morning," writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.

\ s j continent to Seattle,'whence they were I: who attended her that fearful night. ...
"All thought she must soon die from
' sent to Haines' Mission Alaska.
pneumonia, but she begged for Dr. King's ,
., ., .' The first shipment consisted of 16. New Discovery, saying it had more than

i t'' ,. reindeer and' was- made In 1892.. The once saved her, life, and had cured her of Satsuma Higlits, Fla.
total .number of reindeer In Alaska today consumption. After three small doses she

r- 3 o Is about S.OOOTand they are widely slept easily all night, and its further use Dealer in and Manufacturers of

- -.distributed: over the country. There completely cured her." This marvelous
m t' t are reindeer stations at the following medicine is'guaranteed to cure all throat, 1 YELLOW PINE

} places:'Point" Barrow the northernmost chest and lung diseases. Only 50c and 1. CYPRESS LUMBER'AND r

I Trial bottles free at B. R. Wilson & Son's
,11 r .' point of Alaska, on the Arctic ocean
drug store. SEA.
: t; .'_ several hundred miles north of Bering
Fruit and Crates
'.-.! I Vegetable Short Rail Ride to Savannah,
sea PolntrHope, Cape Prince of Wales.Teller .
". ; It is that of I thence via Palatial Express I
' reported Krnger, hopeless
Reindeer Statl n. .Point Rodney -
- Steamships. ; .
v Jblbvln 'Bay Eaton Reindeer Station intervention by any of the European Estimates furnished for complete bills oi

;:, and Tanana. powers, has advised. the Boers to lay lumber to be delivered at any point on the SAILINGS FROM SAVANNAH : oooooooooooooo
East Coast.
; :The advocates of reindeer Introduction down their arms. 00000004 4
... were not long In proving the value There is more catarrh in this section of the SHIPS EACH WEEK \\ooooooo

of their work: From various points In country than all other diseases put together, 0000000TO

Alaska In;1897 cries of starvation went and until the last few years was supposed to NEW YORK,

: .up.. .At Point Barrow It ,was said that be incurable. For a great many years doctors Always Fresh. Making close connections with New York-Boston
Ships or Sound Lines.
:'ot miners and whalers were, dy pronounced local remedies it a and local disease, and prescribed Always the Best. AI I ticket and
The by constantly failing to agents hotels are supplied with. monthly sailing schedules
a ing from starvation. revenue cut cure with local treatment pronounced it in-

ter Bear was sent out In relief. She curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a Write for general information, sailing schedules,

.. 1 ..landed a party ,of three officers-: Lieu constitutional disease, and, therefore,requires staterooms reservations, or call on WALTER HAWKINS,

tenants Jarvis and Berthoff and* Dr. constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrrh H. PTFiOiVTC.. vi?,4T F. &?S'P. A., General Agent Traffic Department,
,1 Care manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., New Pier? North River, New York. 224 West
r \ Call They made their way trom,Point Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

. Vancouver, south of the Yukon river, on the market. It is taken internally in doses t "_& lsl &AAA&&AA&AAA.&AA&&&&&
*******-*-s a a a a ,
" C '. around the coast to .the reindeer station from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts direct sold Gardeners and Truck Growers WILL SAVE AND MAKE .- -
ly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the we everywhere.
at Port Clarence. From Port Clarence system. They offer one hundred dollars for 1901 Seed Annual free.' MONEY BY BUYINGEVERYTHING

o I ., / they'drove a herd of '437 reindeer any case it fails to cure.Send for circularsand D. M.FERRY &CO., DETROIT, MICH.

c-f Ito Point Barrow. It took the rescuing testimonials. Address,
F.J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo, O.3j' .
several weeks to reach the starving
party -
Sold by druggists, 75c.
t- men, and the task_ was performed Hall's Family Pills are the best.CASTORIA.

.'tmdeV almost superhuman,''difficulties. PARKER'SHAIR LLT'1
.100 reindeer
Point Barrow
reaching and twutifiei the hate
Theirhideswere used for Promote S luxuriant growth.
were never Till to Bettor Gray 4nL.ANi; !
clothing and their flesh was eagerly Cant Hair Kalp to its diwuet Youthful hair Color.' I N

devoured. Two hundred lives were t ?For .Infants and CMldren.Th8 J0eandi00tt DruTo Guvm BSlxnA.: 0KI0Jr IP' An Bare,YAL&NTDn A.lf1) -
saved on this occasion.: The judgment Kind :You Have Always Bought NAxeutasa .xe o.n-HAUt '1'oMJ.N, Bic. ETc. Baurs. .
PATENT Good (Ideas
of reindeer advocates was confirmed., FOR THE SUMMER AND FALL GARDEN
been mar be secured by ONLY HIGH GRADE j
ManyT reindeer have' brought oxtraid. TESTEDUfjwt SEED OFFEReD
:Bears/the (t CoaM>ed Seed a *
fromSlberlawhere tafMry HMM
across Bering strait. F&k IAiJ THE PATENT RECORD, r SotRh.
{ the animals are found In large' num Signature. of Baltimore Ud. urn Ext&ioa 1 D PABM8.l Catale Ads ae free THE GRIFFING BR03. CO.
Subscriptions to The Patent Bard. u ..per. & lacksavtvAle, dJ
bers..- -There, .--is pasturage, ..... '. ,-,-In,..'Alaska" for .,. ... ', ." 1,;J !

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