The Florida star.

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The Florida star.
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Place of Publication:
Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
S.W. Harmon
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


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>.
General Note:
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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tf .,"' .... .-.. .." of.the.sIlk warp_stuffs like several .
;.g; Becoming: .Gowns For. Women "in "B melrose and henilettas. ; lndLBtacfder'Specialist.
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t'I reaYementBpecial thebest
t. otth blackgoods,
;. ,:- correspondence, of. The Florida Stan. When 'aU"' 'wool, -are made; like the

. i, NBW OBK,, %an. 15.Amid5 all the also crape a moveln.the'-rlght entirely: aliquotto; .

J[ 5rhiteftnd7lacythings; now .put on 'exihibltion
.::.. 'the Pure t ;
sand .festive; attire ,for old HABPEB.

. } : Beat
Out - Increase of
: :
,. ,seeing .
13'eo:manyof.them, A Mexican war veteran and
brought. mind the prominent 1 /y
_ n i. fact'tbatthe'art'of. wearing .mourning- of Chamberlain's: c.'Seeing advertiseroent r
y 'Is set by hard and fast rules No other Diarrhoea CoIi; Cholera and
y.r' ,
Remedy I
: kind of dress;:no matter for what purpose as a soldier in Mexico, am in reminded'47 and '48 that I .f

"-'..?. ,- is'subject to :such 'stringent rules contracted Mexican Diarrhoe ,
&&. t: 'obtain hi. the this ,
as wearing of mourning remedy as kept me from getting
The poorest and the richest an increase in S "'
: must wear my.pension, for on every ,
"I;' ,crape'just the same. renewal a dose of it restores me" It ,is '

"f :. In. the'.Illustration is shown a..very unequalled and is pleasant as'a quick cure for diarrhoea the Discoverer cf Swimj-Eoot, at Work laEJ T H
'j; !_ 'handsome dress, of the:eudora, and this sale by B. 'R. Wilson &safe' For Laboratory. ,

h.} \f2 f Is coffered,with English crape,.all save There Is a disease prevailing in this

1t. .a' little'. space at the bottom of the -War'Vessel*Are More"Tonnable." country most dangerous because so decep- .

skirt and a vest and sleeves. The War vessels are more "tonnable" tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by .

crape lsfitted_ perfectly, to ,the form of now than they were.only a few It-heart disease pneumonia, heart failure
,- skirt and In years or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
, .: the reality forms part of ago. Nelson- required one for
mane If
kidney is allowed to ad-
,- It. Down,.the. front .the eudora Is laid every four tons or burden Inhis ships. vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack "

!ln a few folds, and the,crape Is brought Modern machinery enables vessels of the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves .

;." ,down on each side of it quite to,the bottom today to do with one ,man to every 17 break down and waste away cell by cell. TRJ- ''VV EE"RT.Y- SAILJNGS: : : U>J S|

....<. >A very'striklug effect is produced tons. Then the richness of the blood-the albumen a'M
-leakS .___ ___.: f
by having three or. four OUt. Ind the sufferer' has Bright's BETWEEX
;; narrow ---- -- ------
;folds of the crape set along the edge. Pepsin preparations often fail to relieve Disease the worst form of kidney trouble. JACKSONVILLE AND NEW YORK : 1
:But these must be either of a,different indigestion because they can digest pr. Kilmer's Swanip Root the new discovery ; ;
only albuminous foods. There is is the true specific for kidney, bladder '
one Calling at Charleston, s. C., both ways.
kind'or of
weight crape, or it must be preparation that digests all classes of and urinary troubles. It has cured thousandsof

r'. ...' cut so that the grain runs directly opposite food, and that is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. apparently hopeless cases,' after all other The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service.._ ?

that of the rest.of the.crape. If It.cares the worst cases of indigestionand efforts have failed. At druggists in fiftycentand THE CLYDE NEW EXGLAAD AND SOIJTDERN".IIXES. ?

this Is not done, it does not show *>t gives instant relief, ,for it digests dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free

c.:: all.. When it is done right It makes: what you eat. Wilson & Son. by mall, also a book telling' about Swamp- .___Direct.Service Between.. .
Root and its Jacksonville Boston and Providence and All Eastern Points. '
a ; 'the richest of trimmings and shows wonderful cures. AddressDr. .
The Soured Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and at Charleston both
f up roundly. There .are two or three Cynic.-"Many a woman mention this ways. ,

:other kinds of crape, but they differ i marries," said the soured cynic, "just paper. SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS. '
Southbound-From Lewis Wharf, Boston. Northbound-From loot of Catherine Street JacksonvilleCLYDE'S -
'' In quality than material. because it makes her mad to see a man
: more In Still During,the holidays a number of mur; "
enjoying himself without wife." Indianapolis .
they make pretty trimming. Some.times a dere were committed in Kentucky, all

it is gathered into ruching and Press. growing out of the election of last fall. DEBARY LINE.

q" set.on, at others it is made into bead- Between Jacksonville and Sanford, "
Such little pills as DeWitt's Little Ear-
'ing ,by 'twining thread around folded Threatened with Consumption.C. Stopping at Palatka Astor St. Francis Beresford DeLand Blue -
ly Risers are very easily'taken, and theyare ( ), Springs, and. .
pieces at regular' intervals. This makes wonderfully effective in cleansing the Unger, 212 Maple St., Champaign, intermediate landings on St. Johns River. "

it look like so many beads, and it be- liver and bowels. Wilson & Son. Ill., writes: Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE" CAPT. W. A. SHAW. ,

comes an effective garniture when I was troubled with a hacking coughfor is appointed to sail as follows: I

sewed on. In some cases three strands How' It Was a year and I thought I had the con- Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m. Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays. s
Done.Freshleigh"Pray sumption. I tried a great many remedies Leaves Sanford 9 a.m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ,. ?'
.w) of milliner's piping are braided together how did become ossified?"
you and under the of
was care physI- .
Southbound SCHEDULE. .Northbound
o? er 'and this put along the edges otI Ossified Man-"In youth I ''
my grew up cians for several months. I used one read down read up
skirts and mantles as a finish. and realized what a cruel world this is, I bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and it Leave 3 30 pm------------------------Jacksonville---------- _______..____- rrive 2 00 ana

t Many ladies find It necessary to receive became hardened.-ohio State Journal. cured me, and I have not been troubled "" 8 45 pm________-_________ ______Palatka___________________________Leave 8 00 pm

= of their friends while since_______ Wilson.. ____ & Son- 3 00 am--------------------------.Astor--------------------. 30 pm
some even .. :
n 4 30 am.________________________St. Francis-------------- 1 00 pm 3
Persons who suffer from indigestioncan I Did notice that the girls who ______________________Beresford (DeLand)_____________-_-- 12 00 n'n
ru not expect to live long, because they you ev 6 00 am_________________________Blue Springs______ _______________ 1100am II
cannot eat the food required to nourishthe are not entertaining company are out of Arrives 30 a j).._________________________Sanford._____.___________________ 9 ()O-and

.j body and the products of the undigested town visiting other girls. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fls ;

r- food they do eat poison the blood.It ,
1 is important to cure indigestion as! soonas W. H. WARBURTON, T. P. A., F. M. IRONMONGER, JE., F. P. A.,
1 h1 HathawayTreats 19 Ftate St., New York. tot West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
and the method of doing
,,t tJ. possible, hest A. C. HAGEKTY, Passenger Agent, C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. SuptFoot
this is to use the preparation known as 19 State street, New York. Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what AU Ellsease1 THOS. D. HALEY. Local Freight Agent JOHN L. HOWARD, Superintendent,

you eat and restores all the digestive or- Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla. .
j gans to perfect health. Wilson & Son. THEO. G. EGER General Manager. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents. z'
ills Method Invariably Cures All Chesebrough Building,19 State Street, Opposite Battery Park New York.

Catarrhal, Bronchial, Lung, Stomach
Natural Regret-"I got drunk on themornin'
Liver and Other Complaints -
Kidney -
t of the ney century y'r honor,
All Diseasesand
&3 as.
explained Tuffold Knutt, "to drown my
Weaknesses cf Women.In .
sorrer." "What was there about the

new century to fill you with sorrow?" :. Hathaway's mostrextensive '
practice, coy
asked the magistrate. "I got thinkin of more

4 that mebby I wouldn't live through it, ,h"has been 9

y'r honor.-Chicago Tribune.It I diseases to treat all of I, I .

,, v.omen and
t lIlts the Spot. .... along the whole line of
\ human ailments he has
I When suffering from a severe cold and :
ir isr .. been uniformly suc I
your throat and lungs feel sore, take a / cessfuL II I

Ii I- dose of Foley's Honey and Tar, when 4 .. Dr. Hathaway's method { iR
the soreness will be at once relieved, a L of treatment gets ,
; warm grateful feeling and healing of the directly at the seat ofPurifies '

parts affected will experienced and the trouble, purifies whole the blood and Tiie Proof tmi
IT HITS up :
"It feels 8good.
will :
you say the Blood. neutralizes the poisons which
[ Guaranteed. Wilson &
THE SPOT. produce the diseased conditions. '

Son. Ml DiseasesYearly he restores of to sufferers perfect Of the

Fatal Candor.-Suitor-Yes, sir. I as- Treated "
from Catarrh, Bronchitis, As-
sure you, I would he glad to marry your thma, Hay Fever, Lung Complaints, Stomach, V
daughter, even" if she were poor as a Liver and Kidney Diseases Piles,Tumors, Cancers -
: ,Eczema and all manner of skin affections. I Pudding
church mouse. Mr. l\1oneybags-That ...
rf Dr. Hathaway also treats with ..
settles you! I don't want a fool in the Diseases of the greatest- success all those- I I I... 4-".... ,. __ f.. : .
family.-Philadelphia P ss.FolflY's tfdomen many distressing weaknesses and *o IU me eating, :so 11 13 said
diseases by which so women are afflicted.
< FOR A YOUNG Dr. The proof of the value of
and Tar
Honey Elect leal latestffielectrical
quite recent mourning and to go with all the a certain extent and besides Cough Syrup wherever introduced is considered Appliances other appliances the use of Ripani Tabules as a cure for
the most pleasant and effective which,as well as the microscope, ne has world
of the ills
.-i-' fashion is not so rigid In her rules many which origi-
remedy for all throat and lung com wide fame as an expert. All of the medicines i
r t'' about such things as she used to be, plaints. It is the only prominent cough used by Dr. Hathaway are compounded In his nate in a bad stomach, is In a

f: and so the lady can have quite a num medicine that contains no opiates, and own laboratories,under his personal direction,
and special remedies are prepared for each individual the using. Fifty thousand five
ber of dainty little touches to her cos- that can safely be given to children.
case according to its requirements.
t.: tumes. So we see flounces of whatever and 50c. Wilson & Son. Dr. Hathaway has prepared a cent cartons are sold in a day.

ft, kind of material the dress is made of, Examination serieyof selfexaminationbianksBlanks.
i.. and they are edged with tiny ruchesOr Housekeeper-See here, I ordered a applying to the different diseases l r Each carton holding ten, this
and only which be sends free on application: No. l,for
ruffles, or some other style adapted dozen eggs this morning you Men; No.,for Women; Xo.8,for Skin Diseases; means half a million Tabules

t : to creating new ways of using up crape, sent me ten. Dealer-Well, ma'am, two No.4,for Catarrhal Diseases; No.5. for Kidneys. and of them
bad and I didn't think .Hathaway makes no charge ; everyone means
: or, crepe. Boleros and bloused waists of 'em were CoesultaiionDr. i

q4a:, are beautifully made and designed tot you'd want 'em.-Philadelphia Record. Free. office consultation or by malL at either his relief the moment it drops to f fr

E. lighten the somberness of the mourn- J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. the seat of the trouble. Tensor

ing. Even widows, who are somehow Free Blood Cure. Dr. Hathaway&Co.
and I 'supposed tot 9S Bryan Street. Savannah On. thousands of people insist
cannot why,
Imagine An Offer Proving Faith to Sufferers. KE.'lTIONTBIS PAPER WHEN WAITING. I 4-1-..... ___ ._ _
': \\a tV..>../.\ m"",, .rl*.>.c,.<.>",'incr rtt sympathy.. mai nothing else
V" u. "' v. blood pure? Are you sure of it? Do I '44 com I
:: have their little touches of elegance, cuts Is your or scratches heal slowly? Does your skin pounded is so effectual in t

i and for them there are some really itch and burn? Have you pimples? eruptions? i

'" beautiful and elaborately mate cos- aching bones or back? eczema? old sores? Kodol curing indigestion, constipa- ; ,
foul ca-
= before boils? scrofula? \ i
tumes. The Illustration mentioned
,:. ,tarrh'are you pale? If so. purify your blood biliousness, headache: and :
snows how this is achieved. The with B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm). '
at once whole I
'waist proper Is of eudora and is in i It makes the blood pure and rich heals every a cf like troubles,

form buttoned over and gives a clear, smooth, healthy skin. Cure Tabuf el
of a double vest sore like ulcers, cancer, eatingsortTpainful Dyspepsia as Ripans This is

in two parts, one going right and the swellings blood poison is quickly t', not mere advertising talk His
other left. This vest is cut away and I cured by B. B. B., made especially for all
is- worn over a chemisette of white I obstinate blood and skin troubles. B. B.blood B. Digests what you eat.It t (I I1\ based on facts, As a rule 1L II

lisse laid In fine folds. This hasa drains the poison and humors out of the artificially digests the food and aids
crepe cannot continue
return people to them
the symptoms
and entire system so Nature in strengthening and recon- I carry .
high stock' covered with crepe when all others
trial. It cures t
Give it a ti
Sold at structing the exhausted digestive or- even after they are cured of
Around the neck. is a row of beading fail. Thoroughly tested for 30 years. I
belero of the at f 1 large bottle 6 largejbot- gans. It is the latest discovered digest- their trouble.
made of crape. The is drug stores per i They seem to
No other
and tonic. preparation
(full treatment),$5. sure ant II
heavy English crape. This is pointedand tles reads Botanic Blood Balm. So sufferers may can approach it in efficiency. It in feel safer with Ripans In their

"ornamented' by the bands, as spoken test it, a trial bottle given away absolutely stantly relieves and permanently cures '

.of before. The sleeves are smooth free. Write for it. Address BLOOD Describe BALM Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, 1 pockets. The Tabule cost'_
coat shape, and. at the wrists are the CO.? Atlanta and free Ga.medical Write advice today.given. Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea p so little, 10 for 5 cents that

wide white muslin cuffs so much trouble J. B. Screyen, Titusville, Fla., for Sick:Headache..Gastralgia,Cramps and 1
affected by dressy women In mourning. B.B.B.Call on 1 all other results of imperfect digestion. '. 1 everybody can afford to keep t

Widows all wear the little cap in tbe Price 50c.and'1. Large size contains mailed times free them on hand
small size.Book all about dyspepsia
house and the white ruche Inside the CAS''OR.A.: con.t&ntly'lJi
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT& CO, Chicago
bonnet when In the street. The Kind You Kara Alwajs BmigIIBiguture .-'--1', -.
Bears Soli by B. B. Wilsor. & Son.
The young widows have dainty little J4-#.. _

too pretty to forget and the elder ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
caps of f
WAMTBD-A MM et Ud :Ntkk tut 6&P.L4i.$ t (
Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day Mi> at lefetlt \
ones ,have larger ones or they, i ttttah H1 lA* 1 1M t
of of April 1901, or as soon thereafter as I caB be ta MCto I
'them small This is a
wear PISCES CURE RORWHEK heard I wijl apply to the county judge of U4 tftktftitt
becomingness. Some have streamersof Brevard county for a final settlement of my
White crepe lisse and others do not BertCwliSjrnn.GiAES ALL TasteaiGood.In IIee accounts and my discharge as administratorof i* fena 4 i

All this first mourning. time. Bold by drowteta.CONSUMPTION. the estate of John Hetherington.A. .
presupposes Administrator. ..
for C. DITTMAK, -!--- -
and dresses
Second mourning -- -
1900 -
Oct. 26, .
everyday use are of less expensive

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; ;"-=gym ; s-: ., : Y, l THE: FLORIDA STAR,: FRIDAYJANUARY: 18, 1901. ,_ 11 :: .,

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!; ''i--' ::::;;, : '";". };,,.?:. fW.LfHUQHLETTMi- -D.,..-L.T_ *_DANIEL- I Mrs J.fE.l5etler: paid a visit..toL ,Cocoa MELBOURNE STATE,ANK-Capital tl5,' O : : .
':. : -:: t--.:," ..D..D..8.-omr.ea orer Thft-IndiantBiTer on Tuesday: 000. JH.Phillips,president E.P.Branch, Southern Express company, was in;; :this
:.:4 I" ."' ;;; :-::" .' :: ;';;, : ', Drag Co'a stores,the leadktg DragestabUah.. *. .iiotef ,- cashier The oily bank on tho lower river section'Saturday looking after shipmentsto 1
. Indian River oirWednesday and the
.I, : : meat of the Indian riTeToeuntry.; t,%(- : opened pineapple region of Brevard county: .
,::; .: ::. ; be made by ItAl.
:.1.% 'V-'.".'!" '.:' ,: ,,:_, .8.'D A'. ,TEATISsMCO..>fe 1p; -B$iTe,Wholesale .%eveDlng*. at *dinner.t .BAU'G.TJ.J1I: BUSINESS DIBECTOBY. -The social event express.otthe week is the-masquerade ...... '
the stock"of,General The : shipped from I '
. ::,:: ,, -:T..GrorelScarry largest oranges 'are being' SCNt> FOR '
, HODGSON BROTHERS. Dry Goods, Ship ball which off at .the Jensen -
. t 1: comes
=. '_ _' Merchandise ou..the east coast of Florida. theHatel .
River week.
; : ; Indian! this .
grove Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware, Pipe cud CATALOaUE.THE
if't'. ':' ," Can meet all_coca petition. Write for prices opera house' this Friday evening, L '
'L- .Mr. fittings,Clothing,Paints and Oils, Grocer .. .
"!jjwrr.r.TA1tmmLE.'Undertak. Fehrpae, a prominent ies. Marine railway. steamer for'Charter. which promises to be a very elaborate af '
\:4' r and Embalmer is a Rock- :Li
: ; Baltimore, guest.of the New s
3 ;;: :'. >
>I" :.',." :"; : .pliesTinningandPfpetting: Repairing ledge. roB.1 IImCE. BUSINESS:DIBECTOBY. most remarkable catch of channel COMPANY.JACKCOHVULC..

r.1 L .:. ...', ..,".. -' >-.''::,. Steam of Every Cooker.Description.' '.Agent fbrBereridge; : Rev Jae. M. Boardman, the author, C. P. PLATTS Physician and. Surgeon. bass was made on Friday last by> one'of BLANK .

:"_::_ >"'. .,,,,.j r. with his .wife, are at the :New Rock- Calls to any_'point. on' the river promptly G. W. Scobie's fishermen. One ton was ,

.:-(: FBAN 'LlPP-Practical Shoemaker..:Forty ledge.: .answered., Fort Pierce.. Florida. caught at a single haul, ranging in weight ruu T'
t :years experience;; all kind of repairing from -
two to
twenty-five pounds.
1' done, nice and cheap.also ladies''and_men's : ,Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Whaley, of Philadelphia EAU GALLIC. r -

.,' _, 'shoes made to order.. Pa., are located at the New Mrs. J. Howard LeTourneaa enter- President
Master.Rntledge Ensey, of Tropic, shota tained few friends
a Friday eve-
: .. Rockledge; for the
; ,BAKEBY.; First quality Cashier,
.wildcat in broad one
:t', ; t: ; Bread,made of high grade fionr,sent to any daylight day. ning with cards.Among those presentwere JAMES D. BAm, Ass't. Cashier.
;:: .' ( 4, '. address;also'neTer.feiling home-made yeast Sunday school,at. the usual hour, 10 last week. Mrs.Amy Blake, of New ,Haven,

k : ...,.-' -'. .' .,, -.'. .' r;:"-.,- _cakes.', Ice 1' Cream every Saturday. o'clock a.'m.;'at, the .Rockledge chapel. Mr. Max Randall is prepanngTor a'trip Conn.; Mrs. N. Saunders Mr. and Mrs. "

':-' :. ;/. '- GO TO J.M. :SANDEBS, The Old Reliable Preaching service,at 11 o'clock. to West Palm Beach and Miami in the Samuel. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. National Bank of ; j

'. c '".. :,,- : ''\ Store, for good fresh'and reliable goods The.trains. commenced running. into launch Dawn. Merwin, Mr. and Mrs. CL A. Robinson, :ji
; such Dry ,Goods, Saddlery, Crockery
; as Messrs. Hiram Stamm and J. Peacockof
Hats,Trunks.and a-full.line of Groceries. the Rockledge depot,on Wednesday, and Former County Treasurer John Henrywas -
,,: this burg is much livelier thereby.Mr. in our town last week on some quite Lancaster, Pa., Mr. N., Ti Young, ,of the State of Florida ,1
: '. :, JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year.round. Washington, D. C., and Mr. C. C. Nash.
important business. .
.: Pleasant location facing the river on river W. S. J.-Overstreet, representativeof .

'.0 : '; the front.week Bates or month$2.00 per: day,special terms by Smith & Holden, fruit commissionersof Visits from passing launches are of'daily Bridal Couple's Welcome. CAPITAL" 100,000.00.. I

.J New York, is a guest of The Plaza. ,-occnrrence now. This whole coast is J.i..
fast filling with tourists. A large party of Jupiter's young people .
up Desismated depository of the State of Florida .
'. : ; 'Judge and Mrs. L I. Millard, of Tole- met at the station Sunday evening to .
< x INDIAN N RIPER RIPPLES.a Mrs. Brown, Miss Brown and Miss and of the City of Jacksonville. ',
,,.. ,.do,Ohio: are among the late arrivals at welcome home Mr.:W. L. Widmeyer and accounts of all classes and offers every facility
,": "" the New Rockledge enjoying the tropical Hoke, of Melbourne, were calling upon his bride, nee Miss May Lacey, of Niles, consistent with prudent banking.. Becogniz- ,

}. .,.t'.:=,:, ,Paragraphs. .Personal and Newsy Briefs clime and fruits. friends. in Eau Gallie. last week. Michigan, who were married in Jacksonville ipg the needs of that class who accumulate time de-a
0' will allow interest on
' ,' ,t::;": .:: ;: at Towns Along the Coast. Mrs. Nicholson and the Misses Nichjol-! on the 10th instant.. A part of the posits. We invite attention to the statement -,
The New has in
fk Rockledge everythidg .
-' : <.' son, of Melbourne, were calling. upon reception programme was some musical below, condensed from our last official report "
} ? ,: -Jw- < COCOA., -. order, and an elegant, refinement prevails friends in Eau Gallie this week. selection from Lohengrin but .the band to the honorable controller of the currency:

Light frbst on the morning_ the 15th, about about the entire establishment.. There ,Mr. and Mrs. George G. Gleason are played with so much feeling, and their CONDENSED
are fifty at
bat no dfmage is reported. guests present.Mr. instruments not being in train'to
... very happy in the possession of a recent- grand
: Mrs. Frank Mnnson of Georgiana, ,was J. J. White and Mr. Noice Bristolare ly arrived twentieth century boy. opera, the result was more music than STATEMENT OF CONDITION

shopping in Cocoa Tuesday.. treating the fences in front of their Mrs. E. M. Campbell and Mr. William harmony. However, Mr. Widmeyer did At close of business June 29, 1900. ,
residences, on' Barton avenue to new not know the difference, and his bride '"
*, ,Mrs. Trafford was taken quite ill the Campbell, .Melbourne BESOUBCES.
__. _..... _.__i- l.M _. ... ........;"n..hl.. coats of.paint and otherwise tidving up. ___ .A_*__ .*_ !_ 1*- S** _*.. were*. calling. up- was too good- natured to appear- to. and \t
-UTHLUI.tile nvuurw. \*" "VU uv IQU.J uu menus in eau name on
Monday. all went as merry as marriage bells oughtto. Loans and discounts.----..-.$253,084.19
'. improved under the are'o.f-Dr. Hughlett ,The alligators and other animals being Messrs. McNabb, Randall and Snod. United States bonds_.._.._......_. 101,000.00 ,Ij

t 1 Mrs.Jarvis returned Monday from a placed in the museum on Wednesday attracted grass took a sail up Banana river Monday Jupiter gains a welcome addition in the Premium Bonds, stocks on U.and S.securities.145,089.72 bonds_..__..._ 3,475.87 ':

t r fews' days visit to West Palm. Beach, considerable attention. Several returning about 5 p. m. Ducks galore charming personality of Mrs. Widmeyer.She Banking house, furniture and Fix., 44,417.62 '

where Mr. Jarvis is engaged for the sea- snap shots were taken of them by the Mr. Willahan, Titusville the is a sister of Mrs. Guy I. Metcalf, of Other real estate owned_..____.___ 6,700.00Cash ,r;
tourists. was _
and Due from other banks 186,83412f660,59U2
son.Mr. guest of Mr. G. F. Paddison on Saturdayand West Palm Beach, and has spent one or ,

C. W. Crabb has just purchased an The New Rockledge will give a hop to Sunday. What was the attractionMr. two winters on Lake Worth.'

iron gray horse to be added to his livery the young people of Indian River on Friday W.? Mr. Widmeyer is one of Jupiter's lead-

f outfit, .which'is now quite complete for night, Jan. 18th, (tonight) and a The Misses Danforth, Smith, Hodgsonand ing business men and political Ajaxes. LIABILITIES.

F. the season's business. general good time is anticipated. Every- Evans were out for a sail Saturday in Genial, handsome and gentlemanly, he Capital stock ---.---.....--.---$100,000.00 .
body invited. has a host of friends in Dade county who Surplus and profits_____..__.__ 28,708 93
it 2 Business was brisk among our mer- the sharpie Lizzie, J. Kingan Hodgson in Circulating notes___._________ 100,000.00
= chants on Saturday and thus far this Mr. Wm. Merwin is his command.Mrs. wish him and his bride all possible good Dividends uncalled for_.________ 200.00

4. .week,'many down river .folks visiting oranges this week. He has shipping a fair crop Valentine and Miss Helen Valen- luck through their future years. Deposits__.________. .___..____ 431,682.59 '-

t:: : .Cocoa. They know where to come to get tine of Tillman
; ... this year. He means to protect his were welqpme callers in After LaGrippe-What? $660,59U2
best bargains. groves this winter if McFarland tents and Eau Gallie this week. Mrs. Valentine .

.Messrs. J. D. Same and M. S. Sam, of fire will do it. returned to Tillman Tuesday.A Usually a racking cough ard a general '
feeling of weakness. Foley's Honey and The Most Complete
C l1rtenay;.Thos. H. Sanders_ of IndianA dance at Melbourne
attracted some Tar is guaranteed to cure the "grippecough"
Mrs. M.
E. Webber
and .
=A- ( and E. C. Johnson and son, of this i L. left for New York of our young people on Friday eve last. and make YOU strong: and well.
Dwyer, on
place, are in Jacksonville this week attending A time
was spent by the guests pres-
Wednesday having been called thither Electrical
I ;' the annual meeting of the grand ent. The dance was in West's hall. Supply
by the serious illness of their daughterand
t lodge.
sister, Mrs. Chas. Dwyer.Dr The sharpie Lizzie met with an accident -
? Mrs. C. R. Mackey and the children while at Melbourne on Monday.The $20 and

r .arrived Saturday from St. Augustine to ; \V. L. Hughlett has again been skipper, Kingan Hodgson, did not

'- make Cocoa their home again. She was engaged as the attending physician for get home until late. What was the delay

:. t accompanied by her, Judge the Hotel Indian River and The Plaza, Kingan? Teachers and Prospective Teachers j Construction House In the South.

{ Mackey, who returned to the Ancient and has resumed his office hours at the Miss Florence
Hodgson, Miss Mamie
:, > city the next day. Rockledge Pharmacy for the convenience Evans and Miss Bessie Hodgson will find Review Classes at
:if Last Rev. A. M. Dai- : of his Rockledge patrons. the Lake ..THE..
: S1nday.moming' Sunday afternoon on the ocean beach, returning City College.

t': ger, the new' pastor- of the M. E. church, Mrs. W. C. Hess and Miss Louise E. about 6 p. m. with a fine collection I

preached his first sermon. In the evening Hess, of N York city, who have been of shells. $20 Covers all Expensesexcept Johnson-Law Company
: he took his text from Zachariah and
stopping at the New Rockledge, left on .
Miss Smith, of Olean, N. Y., is the guest e
: preached a very good, plain sermon. The Wednesday for Palm Beach. While here of the Misses Danforth. We extend 0-

1- choir consisted of Mrs. Keys, Miss Car- Mrs. Hess purchased and shipped to her hearty welcome to this estimable a railroad fare, for one All kinds of batteries and battery
-. ter, Rev. W. E. Smith, Dr Hughlett and young term. Send for circulars toW
: husband in New York two boxes of lady, who will be a welcome addition to renewals for gas engine ignition,

t, J. L. Wilson; Mrs. Paterson presided at sweet, juicy oranges from Mr. M. C. Sal. our social circle. F. YOOUM, bells, annunciators and burglar
: the
organ. I alarms hand.
Mr. E. S. Randall will constantly on
Y. mon.Mr. a trip to
Little Frederick the months old
seven George Sebring, of Ohio who is West Palm Beach and Miami Lake City Fla.
.. next week. II iL5
baby of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Taylor, who
, .has been ill for several weeks, died on here wintering with his family, has pur- We will anxiously look for Mr. Randall'sreturn. 5i Si! Lighting Plants, Telephone Lines
o. chased the launch Nancy Hanks and it is He will leave his launch at Eau
forenoon. The little spirit held
: probable he will purchase winter home Gallie while installed in any part
x fast to its frail body as long as it could
here. Capt. Fred Aldrich will have of the state.
and then let go to wing its glad flight The singing of Mr. and Mrs. Snodgrassis
charge of the and will
Nancy her for
back to the God who gave it. It is most the greatest attraction in our musical Write us for information.

4. .... .. sad for the fond parents to be obliged to the pleasure family.excursions when not "in use by circle. They are from Youngstown, 0.,

I: part with a second son, but the great I where Mr. S. is rated as one of that city's JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

15 comfort is they are safe and will be thereto Rev. W. E. Smith preached a strong most prominent merchants.Mr. t'

welcome them when they, too, find sermon last Sunday morning from Mathew GEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN
i. J. A.
Young, a prominent Chicago
The food.
5 Minute Breakfast President.
the "one crossing over." The funeral 16:18, "I Will Build my Church." lawyer, was in town several days last f"'
t' services were held at the home on The music was extra good. Mrs. Salmon week business BREVARD
attending to Purina
matters for Health, Flour _____ .
"j. Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Mrs. Chatfield, Miss Patterson w------ ---- -- .
as his client, Mr. Treutler, whose legal advisor MaJ ,
-, The grief stricken parents have the sin sopranos; Miss Hartwell, alto; Mr. J. L. he has been for many years. K (e-t > Abstract of Title

:,. cere sympathy of the people. Wilson, tenor; and Mr. M. C. Salmon, "BRAIN BREAD.
Mrs. E. Spiller and arrived from """ ------ --- ------
family -
r.R. basso; Mrs. Chatfield presided at the or- PURINA MILLS. ST. Louis. Mo.rQ .J-
:_ # LOTUS. gan. Olean, N. Y.,.on Saturday. Mr. Spillernow COMPANY

t-- Dr. Capron and wife were out driving has a smiling face. This family has GERESsCASTINGS Will furnish abstracts of title

,. Sunday, and they went as far as Georgian MELBOURNE. purchased the property owned by the late for lands in Brevard county. .
liE Capt. Carey of Rochester N. Y. and -' Eir AOf,60MPACjSTMT tA5 L'Cif
Captain Dawson of the Narrows ,
g *. was b aunChns 4i lee55 OFFICE UN EE LAW OFFICE OF f
will have their winter home here for the
1 in town on business Monday. '
I Mr S. A. Osteen says that he has been future. MAHINC STATION Aq V.*Wf! FLA.
Ir putting up some very fine oranges and Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, of Tjtnsville, 1F CARRIAEEiSICYtlE NHS. W3fve
f.t/' grapefruit for Mr. B. W. Jerome, who I Pa., are again guests of Hotel Carleton for The club meet at the Avilah rooms on GAS 6ENEBATOB S 8Lg PHQPfLLERJB VAL V S. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.
Thursday last was the best attended "' BOAT FRAMES
i the winter. -
k ::' has a grove at Brantley famous for its GERE lAU"INs NtWka6MNilRAIPiOSMicwu.
.. of the winter course. Mrs. Canfield and .
!' '.'' s fine flavored and handsome fruit. Mr. J. H. May, of Miami, was the Miss Kennedy entertained. Nine tables G. F DUREN, Agent,

: t' We are having fine weather and the guest of Mrs. R. W. Goode and family were present. At the next meet the FREDERICK A. MORGAN,

';;i. beans are doing well, most everyone is several days of the past week. prizes will be awarded in which great in- REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE:: \

i Wilkinson Dr. L. A. Peek and Dr. C. H. Stewartare terest is being taken. COLLECTIONS, i Florida

in Jacksonville this week to attend The Stenography, .f '
yawl Princess is now in commis- Typewriting.
week. We hope to see the market for the meeting of the grand lodge. and
!: beans stiffen up a little soon. '- sion and is one of the most comfortableand NOTARY PUBLIC. TITUSVILLE, FLA. :ri t \\Vestern t
Mrs. G. F. Paddison and sister, Miss roomy boats between St. Augustineand

Mr. D. L. Handale has his launch nearly Annie Paddison, drove down from Eau Key West, having sleeping berths

f. completed. He has put in a 3 h. p. .Gallie several times last week to call on for eight and all toilet and culinary nec- F. M. TAYLOR, I Moats

{ Lathrop motor. It is a very.compact. andItcT" friends here. essaries, lockers, etc., suitable for a long Teacher of Vocal Music and Mus. h t, of allKinds.

f:;': complete engine, haying an me latest Mrs. L. C. Moore returned last Monday cruise up or down the Florida coast. 7 _

\ improvements. and if it runs successfully to her home in Roseland, after spend- Mr. E. W. Stickney has purchased a ical Elocution in Classes or ,Q
will be of them .
there the
it soon more on ing a few days with her parents, Mr. and fine'lot in Eau Gallie, and will at once Private Lessons.

.';, river. Mrs. John Goode. build a winter home. He is a prominent

4j-; The lime trees on Mr. T. G. Ronald's Mr. and Mrs. Wells, of New York, and citizen of Olean, N. Y., where he is a Terms reasonable. TrrrsVILLE, FLA.J.V.V Titusville, Florida.

r: : place are in bloom, grapefruits are show- Mr. and Mrs. Young, of Baltimore, arrived large holder of valuable real estate. This

? ing buds and a few orange trees are starting here Tuesday evening. They will family will be an important additionto ,

:: their growth This is very early for all spend the winter in Melbourne. our town both socially and financially. BOBBINSGRAHAM .r

'0. citrus trees to, start their growth. We
hope it is a sign that there':will be no Wednesday evening last a receptionwas KLONDIKE. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, &

'; very cold weather this winter. given in the Congregational churchto Mr. McKinney killed a fine buck Sunday TrrcsviLLE, FLA. >.
\ Rev.'Mr. Hoyt and daughter, of Brooklyn morning.Mr. CO.

b ;Lingering LaQrippe Congo. N. Y., who intend to spend the sea- Office at Mrs. J. D. Crabb's. (Incorporated. Paid '.
son with us. George Hall is here this week from up Capital. 2500000.) ,
G. Vacher 157 Osgood St., Chicago,
Sebastian planting potatoes and beans. ... FOR..... This ;
says: "My wife had a very severe case The dance at West's Hall last Saturday company owns lands .
of lagrippe, and it left her,with a very evening was, as usual, a very pleasant and Messrs. R. G. Hardee, Will Braddock A Shave and a Hair GutCanute' in the Indian River Coun

bad cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's social affair. The ladies furnished a and Bob Johnson, of Sebastian, were out try, on the St. Lucie River

: :Honey and Tar and it gave immediate The music by Prof. Earl hunting deer from Saturday to Monday. ....GO TO.... at New River and "
dainty '
supper. on Biscayne -
-relief. A 50 cent bottle cured her cough They killed two.Klondikers .
Adams and Mr. Hissner good. Mr. -- Bay.
.3i-s, : Entirely." Price 25c, and 50c.
It .. .. J. H. May, of Miami Miss Annie Paddi- have changed their ship- .Barber
':1,;:" <-: *r r. .... .. A I Caswell N. C. and. Miss ..... Shop, PRICES TO SUIT THE
; -&. *?:; -ssftv': ;OAS'1'O........ son, of Point ; ping point from Sebastian to Woodley, TIMES.Send .

m #.J.- "' ThKind You 1I1A1RSBII I .Taylor and Messrs. R. P. Paddison. and where they get their mail, freight, etc. None but experienced work- I TITUSVILLE for land list < .

,P:"..."i'''' '-,'-S. .,_L- u:_ n Harry Willhite, of Ean Gallie, were I The road is much nearer than the old satisfaction men employed guaranteed., and perfect........ I FLORIDA. OmcESAT. / T.,':,

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;k RRfNflOcAllACOKlCt r Railroad Commission.. OilS Of' CINtl'DOSSIP.: Cannot Fight In Florida. LATESt NB'lS' INDINCIDENTS. :

-- -_ .. Only a small number of railroad men Monday afternoon the Cincinnati Post ,
attended the postponed meeting "of 'therailroad'commissiou wired Governor Jennings to ascertain if
'Brief .Mention of. What Is Going On.In Current Events of the Present Week Matters of Interest That Are Happening
the first of this week. Jeffries and Ruhlin would be permittedto .
and About Tlhuville., Among those present, were'Adam Pope, Portrayed .InBrief. fight a limited number .of' rounds in .Around Town.

Send:your:watches for repairs toW, :'M. of the Seaboard Air Line;Joseph Menzies, 'Mr.:T. .B.. Hicks made a flying trip Florida. The governor replied that prizefighting Miss 'Bessie Grisard left last Friday'for

'Woodward. ;;Titnaville. .Work guaranteed.. '. the Plant System;F,.-( ., Shepard{andJ down the river Saturday and Sunday.Mr. in this state was prohibited by take charge. of the public'a T

; r Owing to a Severe' attack of the grippe, W. Luddeny of the Louisville & Nashville .. Robert Singleton, of LaGrange, law and that the, law would be enforced. school there. x

Archdeacon B. F.'Brown will be unable ,railroad, and, E. E. Reese, of the spent a few days in Jacksonville ,this The hunting party on the houseboat '

io hold service next"Sunday. Yellow Riv railroad. The session in week, leaving Monday afternoon: Mr. Flagler's New II tel. Rose Marie spent part of the present weekon
Tallahassee continued until 1' o'clock
Owner offers fine'cove and calf for gale. Dr._Houghton.has the Dentos anchoredat "' the-Banana river, +r
: The classification Work "The Continental Mr.
Tuesday morning new on Flagler's
For further particulars this the Indian River hotel dock for a few Mrs. Rooks of White
: : was all gone throughVit .excepting afewitems.which new hotel at Atlantic Beach,. 'near City, has accepted -
office address R. care STAR office. days before leaving for West Palm Beach. with
or a position the Crosby Millinery ,
will be dropped off veryshortly. Pablo Beach, is progressing rapidly.
Mr. N."H.,Willahan spent part of Saturday .. Mr..W. H. McFarland has been quite About three hundred mechanics and la, store in the Ancient city.

.and Sunday:Eau Gallie, where ill this week owing to exposure while on borers'are at work there. Over forty Section Master King and his family,

be.was the guest. of Mr.; and Mrs. G. F. Tax ,Statement. a hunting trip across the river. the first of acres of land have Wn cleared and made from Hardeeville, are now residents of this'*'

I' ',Taddispn. .- 1 Tax statement for the month of. December the week. smooth, and as level as' a bed., The place, Mr. King taking Mr. McPheron's

.Mr. Frank E: Bond,. of DeLand, 1e in 1900,. for' 'taxes assessed and .Mr. Seabrook Sams was among the re- foundations are all laid'and two small place.

loan today looking after lumber interests levied for the year 1900, as per section 35, turning passengers from Jacksonville cottages erected. Lumber and brick are Mr. Gordon Abbott, of Boston, arrivedin ,

in this section. His son",has been quite chapter,4115law8. of.Florida. the south bound train yesterday for his on hand, and carloads are arriving every town Saturday. Early Sunday morning -"

ill sinee be.left here about: two weeks ago. Collected.this Amount yet to home at Courtenay. day. The location is four miles from I he went to the Canaveral club houseto
month be Pablo Beach, but most of the employes
:&Ir.Elb rt A. Froscher is in charge ofT .Attorney M. Goldsmith now has his spend a few weeks.
Co. revenue=-gen'lftmd, '$245.05 .$ 9845.31 I. 'live or.board at the latter place, and theyare
:tbe'Royal Palm, casino, at; Miami, this School fund--..-.______ 306.31 12.306.6i i law office in one of the board of trade transported back. and forth on a train. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Jackson Jr., of
-season. Notwithstanding the cool weather Co.'road and bridge fund ,183.79 7,383.96 I rooms, on second floor in the .Indian.River Miami, who are quite well known to

'he says the tourists are patronizing the Fine and forfeiture fund 15 31 615.34 State bank building.A many in this town, are now able to an- '

I--3. :casino liberally. -' Special. road fund, Dist. 2, 45.48 1327.18 negro by the name of Charles Dan- Change. of Railway Schedule.. nounce the arrival .of a baby girl at their.
I* Mrs. Brazwell, of Sanford, after spending Polls.. (school fund) _____5._ 10557:18.00 4,203.49 1,058.00Total cy was captured at" Woodley Tuesday by The new schedule on the R. E. C. rail- home. '
about month here with Mr. and Sheriff Brown and brought here that afternoon -: way went into effect Tuesday, the 15th, Bishop Handy, of the A:M. E. church-,'

I &rso. S. G. Vanlandingham, left Tuesday ___._______$ 919.51 ,$36,739.92 and lodged in jail, charged with when the time of arrival and departureof delivered a sermon at the A. M. E. '

}F. for St. Augustine, where she will visit f Circuit Court) A.. A.. STEW A.'RT. assault upon another of his race. our regular trains, No. 78 and 35 was church Tuesday night. 'He was accom-

.-; .)lrs. B. B. Pyleg, her neice,. for a while. .----SeaC-n I Clerk bf'Circuit Court.. Mrs.. Emma Renaker and little 'dau h- changed, and two new trains, No. 74 and panied here by Presiding Elder Moore,

The solid vestibuled limited train from .' ter Maud, who have been in Jacksonvilleever 29 were added between Jacksonville aud Daytona.
'Chicago to St. Augustine was inaugurated since gala week in November last, Miami. South bound trains now arrive Mr. R., M. Green, of Opelika,' Ala.,

: last Monday.< It runs over the Chicago We guarantee better goods for less on a visit to Mrs.'Renaker's sister, Mrs.Z. here at 2:52 and 4.45 p. m., north boundat who arrived here last week for a brief l

s and Eastern Illinois railroad the ,Louis- money than any house in the county. Phillips, returned home Monday af 2:01 and 3:04 p. m., all these trains visit to his relatives Mr. and Mrs. H. J.

villa _and__Nashville mad and._ _. the Plants W.J.CEUllr.FOBD.'Titusville ternoon. carry mails. The freights have been Egger, whose wife is also here on a visit, .

System., changed so that the south bound arrivesat returned to Alabama .
r Mr. D. S. 'Hutchinson, of Yardville, N. Wednesday.Mr.
School Notes.
11:55 a. m., the north bound at 3:25p.
Mr. C.. H. Bradley, agent of the Florida J., who has been in Titusville for several E. F. Cooley is expected to arrive
m. Full schedule will be found
;.. East Coast railway and the Peninsular Mrs. W. M. Brown gave the school a weeks past, is now at New Smyrna .hawing page 5 this week. About the first 'on of here from Lansing, Mich., in a day or so,

i & ,Occidental Steamship company, at pleasant call last Friday afternoon. his houseboat painted preparatory to February the service will be increased by having left that city yesterday for Titus-

f.. Miami, and Mr. L. C. Branning, agent Lacy Grisard is sick this week,'but we taking a cruise down the coast upon the the two parlor car trains and the two ville. His new auxiliary craft will be
.Me: for the railway at this place, were in hope to have her with us again soon. arrival of a friend whom he is expectingfrom vestibuled through sleeper trains between ready for cruising soon after his arrival.
Jacksonville business this week. the north.
";; on Robt. Coleman is absent from school Jacksonville an/1 Miami. This will be :Mr.John R. Walker and son George

.r The report of the Florida AgriculturalExperiment this week. We miss him very much. }Ir. Arthur B. Brown gave up his position the finest service ever offered. ;.by the F. ire/ spending a few days in the metropolisthis

:'f station, Lake City, Fla., W. Maggie Collins has been quite sick,but with the Advocate last week, and E. C. railway. week expecting to return home to
F.:Yocura director for the ending after friends down the river took
.l year visiting Mr. Walker
we.are glad to have her with us again. day.. attended the meetingof
f June 30th, 1900,iras been received at this his departure Tuesday for Valdosta, Ga., The the grand lodge while in Jacksonville
office. It is very interesting ,and shows We have three more pupils in room where.he,will.hold a position with Luther {

r highly satisfactory results in the different No..l-Bertha,. Willie and Ben' King & Co. His elder brother,S. J..Brown, The merry-go-round- which may be I Mr; Harry Wilson, a brother of:M*} :

.-f":: 'crops experimented- with. .started. this week. : is now, located in that city. more properly termed as.Doersch's steam I K. Wilson, and who was for jlliJ.t: ,
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< .
ZifAS3f*f +1i&
k:: ;f;, Mrs. Gerry and Mrs. Alsheimer 'and .Miss Bessie Bryan has four more pupils Mr C. L..Myers, manager of the Peninsular carousal! ,.(the.arrival of which was notedin charge of the News, at Cocoa, 1n'lU d i.i-

: little daughter, whose arrival here from this week-Myrtle Neenan, Joe King, and Occidental steamship line, these cblumnslast'wleek"}has.beert'the: Iaa4week, and has taken the position on

New York city was noted in these columns and Ada and Estelle Metzger. has completed arrangements for a mail center of attraction in our town for the 1 t dvocate lately.vacated by Mr. A. B.

,,'r : last week,chartered the sloop Why Election for editor and associate editor service twice a week to go into effect past week. On account of a dearth of] .Brown.A' .

Not, Capt. J. Simonson, Tuesday and was held last Friday. Robt Cole- commencing Wednesday, January 16, many of oar people have I schooner line has been put on,plying
: Artesia: where will the mail been most liberal in patronizing Mr. 1 between Miami and Honduras '
4 -proceeded to they man was elected editor, May Froscher between Miami and Havana to and a
..I. visit Colonel! and Mrs;:.J. H. Hogan, Mrs and Louise Brown, associate editors. go forward on the regular sailing days of Doersch's carousal, which has done a i. number of prospectors from South Dade '
Gerry being a sister to Mrs. Hogan. the steamship of this line. lucrative business from 2 p. m. until late were passengers on the first trip. It will -

Tuesday morning Miss Bessie Bryan at night daily, everyone in town, from 1 require eight or ten days to make the trip ,
'l Mrs. Peter Nelson, of this place, was took her little pupils to the merry.goround Rev. John A, Hughes and Mr. GeorgeW. bank official&andmerchant princes downto and the

i' taken suddenly last week with an attack and treated them to a nice ride, Scobie, of this place, joined the num- factory employes and day laborers, two expect to be gone about

, i' .of congestion of the brain. Dr. Wilson which they enjoyed beyond measure. erous Masons from down river points on probably having taken from one to a -
,.; was called immediately after she was dis- the northbound train Monday for Jack- Mr. R. R. Gladwin has purchase4 a
Maurice Jennie and Maggie O'Brien dozen or eo of rides. One prominent lit-
& covered in'an unconscious condition on sonville, where they attended the annual half interest in the fish business of Mr. : ,
three of school left tle miss can boast of about fifty rides the
: our Saturdayfor
one morning, and by the succeeding day meeting of the grand lodge. Mr. Hughes T. Price, at Fort Pierce, and left for that
St. which will be 1 week while ladies deemit
Augustine place past our society x
she was able to manifest her wishes, and went from there to Starke to look after I place the latter part of last week to as-
their future home. We the best of the to take
are to sport season a
very sorry
1 : .is now fully recovered.. The attack, it is I some property interests. sume charge of the business. Mr. Will ,
,: lose them. spin for an hour or two on the whirling
supposed, was brought on by exposure.' Walker, who has been manager for Mr.
is believe the
Friday morning we chariots.. Mr. Doersch informs us that
'; Those on the roll of perfect attendancefor Price at Fort Pierce, will be retained.Mr. .
Captain Fischer sailed Monday morning 1 coldest of the season, the thermometer he expects to remain here several days
the third month Curruthers
are: Mary -
t with the catboat,Elise F. for Miami, Louise Brown Ruth Woodward registering as low as 35, pretty close to yet. TUE STAB returns thanks to the James Motlow, of Idaho, arrivedin

- raving on' board Captain'and Mrs. Peter Jeannette, Wilson Eleanor Screven, the freezing point. Last night at 10 genial manager for courtesies extendedthe our town last week on a short visit to ,._

1 Nelson, of Perth Amboy,.N. J., who have Ethel Wilson and Grace, Reed. o'clock it was down to 50 degrees and entire. force.Benefits. his brother, Mr. R. L. Motlow. They f
> been stopping here several weeks with kept rapidly lowering until sunrise this would hardly have recognized each other {

;j Captain and Mrs. Fischer. The Elise F. Recitations were given last Friday by morning. Owing to high winds from the as they had not been together for the t

r. will remain at Miami for'the tourist sea the pupils of Mr. Moon's room. Theyall northwest no frost was visible. of Protection.One past seventeen years. Mr. Motlow was ; ${

, I son, open for charter, to all points in that did very well. But the pieces of Ruth Light frost was visible in this section of the best illustrations! of the ben- on a visit to his old home in Winchester,

.. section. Captain Nelson and family will Woodward, Mabel Lett and Narcissa Tuesday morning, the thermometer registering efits to be derived from the absolute pro- Tenn., and while there decided upon

spend a week or so in the Bay city, then Coleman deserve special mention.A 37 degrees. The weather of the tection of citrus fruits can be found in coming to Florida and seeing his brother. '

e '4 return to Titusville for the balance of the teacher's desk and chair, and some past few days is opportune to the orange the contract recently entered into by The Peninsular & Occidental steamship 4

f 11-,'- season. chairs for the little ones in the kinder- groves, as it will have a tendency to keep Wm. M. Brown, the banker at Titusville, City of Key West, which plys between >

f 1 Mrs. S.Ellis, of.this place, died at her garten department, arrived this week. the trees in a dormant condition, whereas with Mr. Robert Amory and A. T. Har- Miami and Nassau, left the Merrill- -I, ,.

7;$. 1-. ,- residence, the .house usually known as They were very glad to get them. They the almost summer weather of l last week ris, of Boston says Freeze or No Freeze, Stevens' yard in Jacksonville on Tuesday

,. the Silvertooth building, in North Titus- have been needed for quite awhile. would soon induce the sap to flow upwardinto of last week. Mr. Brown owns a fine for Miami, under command of Capt. S. A. ,: .

' '. ville, Saturday from congestion of the The pupils are getting poetical again. the branches and start new growth. orange grove at Titusville, and shippedsome Bravo, who has had charge.of her in past '
brain. Deceased was taken ill the first of ; of his fruit during the rush before This has #
Just listen: years. steamship been on the '
::: last week after walking home.from Mims, Senator Quay Re-Elected holiday week. The returns were not sat- ways at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard for .
and at her advanced age of about sixty The merry-go-round isfactory and the consignee advised Mr. about. month and thorn
4 a has had
A :
__ years gradually grew worse until Friday Is now in town. After a memorable le, which con- Brown to hold his fruit until later in the -- -- -- -------and- --her- -n----e-
There horses both and small overhauling, machinery has been
are ,
several Col. M. S.
tinued for days, Quay
She leavs ,
7 when recovery was hopeless. a season, when they would command a
She is
Which gallop and go, improved. one of the most hand.
husband and two sons. The purial took regular Republican nominee for United much better
fL Sometimes fast, sometimes slow, price. somely fitted-up boats in southern
at the Ellis place -near Salt States senator in Pennsylvaniawas elec- Meantime Messrs. and Harris
.. place Sunday And the children they ride, one and all. Amory ters. '
Lake, where the family burial lot is lo ted Tuesday by the legislature to fill the approached Mr. Brown, offering him
<% The merrygoroundIs created by the expiration of his The pupils in the kindergarten department fl
" ca ted. in town vacancy $2.50 per box on the trees for the orangeson
. l County Clerk Stewart has been all up- And the people are all having fun; term on March 4th, 1899. His combined a dozen of his largest trees, which of our public school, numberingabout
vote in the senate and house was 130, or fifty in all, were treated to anhour's
The horses are named have on them an estimated average of
. set in his office this week owing to the
of the flooring and un- For racers far famed, three more than the number necessary to nine boxes per tree. Mr. Brown gladly ride on the merry-go-round Tuesday -
i necessary.renewal clerk's office. The And the children they ride every one. a choice. The house and senate met accepted the offer, which was conditionedon morning by their kind teacher, Miss
,. derpinning to yesterday to canvass the .vote and de- his allowing the purchasers to pick Bessie Bryan, who had chartered the
and for
1... "', Boor time has been Examination weak yielding showed some that For Sale. clare an election. Mr. Quay with his the fruit at their own option. This will apparatus especially for their enjoyment. '.
_; : past Ten hammock land three commisskHrwent Washington yester- Some of the little tots may have already '
'." and not acres acres be about.March 1st, when the fruit will
""" .f the floor timbers. supports were when low and'seven acres excellent for orange day afternoon. He expects to arrive at be easily worth $4.00 per box on the tree. had a fair share of rides on the merry- ,

;.1 put in according to specifications land, located near the Nolle grove at Shi- his St. Lucie home Saturday. Ten McFarland tents were immediately go-round, but there were many who had

'.z, the building was erected. The floor joists loh; can be had at a bargain, if taken at ordered the purchasers of the fruit. not experienced the pleasure of even one '
were lighter and spaced farther than once. Address T., care STAR office, titus- PROPERTY FOR SALE. ride before that, and it must have been a '
,7f.- to make a sufficient profit to
They expect ;
; for and no
called was ville.
.. specifications of the building to The following is offered for sale by the pay for the first cost of the tents, and rare treat for them. They were the happiest ;

0t sill along the center A center sill and Orange Grove Bargain. owner at very low prices, if taken at still have the tents left, good for ten set of little folks we have seen in a ;
: the floorjoists. .
: support once: Mr. Brown makes of long time, as they marched in file to and J
f .t 'new flooring has been put .in, Messrs. T. Owner of two orange groves will sell One four-year-old mare, broken to harness years. a profit fro from their school. :Miss Bryan never
box what he would have
.. Johnson and C. R. Stewart doing the either one of them in order to give entire and eaddle, $75; one pair of mules $1.25 per over fails to provide for the pleasure as well as 1
sold them
if he at In
"'; work. attention to the other. One has 100 and wagon, $225; one pair of heavy once. the instruction of the pupilla in her de-
mules and wagon, $250; one mule, $75, other words, by protecting these trees
about 50 boxes
trees, 50 bearing, orangeson and in this wins their affection
i' work and for the first and partment, way 4 r 1
FOR SALE. guaranteed for all gentle; 300 the tents are paid year a i
contains 15
tract acres, near '
now, head of in good order, $tOO 10 of tree earned the and confidence so thoroughlythat
;s Second hand surveyor's transit with Mims station, price, if taken at once, bees hogs$25. ; profit $11.00 per by they really love her.
\' tripod. Would ,exchange for camera.For. $800. The other grove is in Tumbull swarms real owner.
estate House
address G. Also the following :
: office further Titusville.particulars STAB hammock, has 200 trees, about half bear- and lot located near Titusville, ten acres, Orange Grove For Sale. BOAT FOB SALE. .e

*t. .. ing. If you ,mean business and want $1,500; twenty acres pine land, part or- '
: either of these' properties address W.. ange grove, fifty bearing trees, $300; forty One of the finest groves in Brevard Nearly flat-bottomed cat boat, about 20
< "1. W. $A1n'1 R" is the "Gold Medal"whiskey STAB office, Titusville. acres of hammock and orange grove county five acres, under good wire fence, feet long, thoroughly overhauled and re-
\i_ ,of.the world. Highest awards care on same, $800; house and lot in ftorth at Shiloh, with 400 boxes of fruit on built, with' new sail, just the boat for

:". at Paris, 1900; Chicago, 1893 New Orleans GASOLINE KNGINJES. Miami, $500. same this winter. Will sell with or with cruising the Indian river. Can be seen y

:T .. 1885.. Unbeaten and unbeatable! Illustrated folder free.. Address W..P.UNDEBWOOD .- For further particulars inquire at or address out present croP. Write quick to S. care at this place. Address S., care STAB -

: Titnsv Bold by 1e.B. L. Motlow and. Fred., Lesley, Agt, Roseland, Fla. X, care STAB office, Titusville, Fla. STAR office, Titusville. office. f, :

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':, ;;;i ,:f ..,,'; .:;J E., PIU, Df8,. : 10,.' .Bf. ".pjiI R ( Ut. ,Landscape Interplay: ; j kith gardening'flnsgie will' .fffw be*;.brought addingwbere ;;' .o;There>Hav&n' die u ho Thedoors-fronjTyai&s; ; 'nd"doorstepso : windows 0 ..__ ._, ,. '. .r,'_ ., ." j' __' _, ___ j---, .' ____ ." ''.. .._ "_ "_ "'". ,' _, _.'.__<','--_-,"-_.'_, '_,_ n' >',_ ", ;;

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open pon.side
I'..,:' <. ',<, :-,', 3 'i i11!f.It iP' "".... ;>. ,additionjs! necessaryand2taking ? '' ,
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;': ? "' .- : '.. 'Goo lYork or htew York snd'New jersey.o" laway,;'tlif'!''Paths and walks 1 ;; .
State.Commissioners. stairs will give access to the charmingcascades {
; .J< :- i :Wilson & guarantee every'bottle; of
yto--" .' and rlllsthat frolic. and. spray; : Chamberlain's and will ';" '
3i&-& -- ...\: Special correspondence of The. Florida. StarEonTzN.d Cough"Remedy ,''"
{ >- ''\ ', over the rocks.and one of the most refund,the money,to anyone, who is not
:r ..', :-. ;' Jant15:,The world delightful and :expansive pleasure satisfied after using two-thirds of the con- : I

-' f --. :-, '/ '<.,' famed! t aUsades;_: those lofty and' Imposing ; gropnd3ln' ili "worlj'3vln; be .free for tents._ .This is the best'remedy.In, the Nii

,: ( .' guardians' of ;the 'Hudson.. are thense"bf. the public:.for all time. world for la grippe, coughs; colds, 'croup i

,,-;. ,to .be'pre eried.. The despoiling of ,the SAM H. COOK. and.whooping cough' and is pleasant and, -- ,.':fii.!
mighty: cliffs wbicbhas:been golng.on safe to,take It prevents any tendency of i
cold to result in !
x< for ,many years has ceased and, the, When threatened by pneumonia or a pneumonia, j
P, avaricious, quarryman in quest of'' any other lung trouble, prompt relief is The:Kind Yon .Have Always"Bought* and which has been JIin

.. yy i stone must hunt '.for "pastures new." nece nary', as it is. dangerous to delay. Strategy Smarte. don't suppose, you use for over 30 years f has borne the signature of :__ t!
We would suggest that One Minute Cough want to': borrow ten 'dollars?" Lamb-
R = :
: !rhls'-grRt1tylng result has been brought and has heeu made under his personal I
cure be taken as, soon as indications of "No; fact is, I'm". unusually flush just at :
: -. about ..through"e untiring' efforts of having taken cold are noticed. It cures pre> nt." Smarte-i"Isn't that nice! By M y.1- z.vy. supervision. since its: infancy. {I

the New. York. and New Jersey .Pal :quickly and its, early use prey ntg.con. he accommodatewith : Allow no one to deceive you in this. ; : ,r !
: Isuppose can '
1' ," 0' way you
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8UmptI( n., "Wirs6n&Sohi; .. All Imitations and "Just.a -good" are hut ( ;
.;.. < r ..' a twenty? Awfully glad to have Counterfeits_, : .
& ". '" '" "; j,\ \t' Boston trifle with and endanger the health of. 'i I
x, y 4 ,,- I =-With'hnridreda of a'cres'in strawberries met you. Transcript. Experiments that -
and the fruit selling at one .,dollar a quart "- f--f--- Infants and 'Chil Experience against .Experiment.Wh8tISCASTORIA '. I
..... YOUshoold: know that Foley's Honey "
ought to. be ;.convincing 'proof that one
J : can make alfving in Florida. and Tar is absolutely the best remedy for I

.._ ._ _____. diseases of the throat, chest and lungs. It
Dealers are authorized to guarantee it to --t
i 7 7w A White Mark; satisfaction in all 25c. and
give cases.
Paregoric J
ia harmless substitute for Castor Oil
Cur's ,a
== < Q' Foley's Kidney perfectly reliable 50c. Wilson & Son.
MsN' ; t preparation for all.kidney and Drops and'Soothing Syrups. It :is Pleasant. It,
(, bladder diseases. The' proprietors, of Catering to.the Public.=Friend:"Whydo ,contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic ;
thisg eat :medicine guarantee it or the .
its It destroys Worms '
c is
substance. Its guarantee.
refunded. Do they not deserve a you dump all that dirt into your soap age ri
4 money kettle?" and Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind !
+ white mark? Wilson& Son. Soap Manufacturer-folks allays
don't find the water dirty after washin', C9lic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand !iJ

The Olympia Opera company has invested '- they think the soap is no good."-New, Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the '

:t! ; ?'j?. foWO,IIi costumes alone to present York Weekly.The Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. "'

: their repertoire of grand and comic The Children's Panacea-The'Mother's FrIend.
,r I4A.. Mother's Favorite,
; .t : : operas.' .

coughs often continue for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is themother's ALWAYS
favorite It is pleasant and
months and sometimes lead to fatal results >
safe for children to take and ,
i': : after th& patient supposed to have always
It is intended for
cures. of
passed the danger point:!: Foley's Honey coughs colds and especially :Bears the Signature
,croup whooping cough,
and Tar affords positive protection and
and is the best medicine for these diseases. -
ft ,: : 'RU security from these coughs. There is not the least danger in

giving it. to children, for it contains no
The Criminal Poor.-Parson Primrose
opium or other injurious drug and may
: 1i -Don't know, little boy, it's wrong
yon be given as confidently to a babe as to an
r .. L to play baseball on Sunday? Freddy- adult. For sale by B. R. Wilson & Son.CASTO'R' ,

.Yes,'sir; but our club ain't got. Mlle mon- '

,. '. PROPOSED SPEEDWAY THE PALISADES.ALONG THE BASE OF ey to run golf-links.-Fuck. ; IA The Kind You Have Always Bought

Strikes Rich Find.
a i
:' isades commissions, created by acts of

the legislatures,of respective, states, "I'was troubled for several years with :For Infants and Children. In Use For Over\ 30 Years.THE .
f the commissioners 'beIng appointed by chronic indigestion and :nervous debility
'. : writes F. H. Green of Lancaster, The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears CENTAUR. COMPANY. 7T MURRAY STREET. NEW YOUR CITY. ,
the two governors to investigate the until I _"__ : ____ _.-__ :. ,.' '_. -=- :' .- .': .:.., ,:,:'. '- t1.. 'rA -- '
N. H. remedy helped{ me
circumstances which permitted the carrying began using Electric Bitters, which did theSignature
on, of the destructive work that. .I-#'
: me more'Iood than all the medicines I of
was devastating the Palisades of their ever used. They have also kept my wifein .

grandeur.. Thj commissions are composed -, excellent health for years. She says ]30x.a: Fide S alary
of prominent.and public spirited Electric Bitters are just splendid for female -

citizens of.'both,states and have worked ,trouble;. that they are a grand tonic $12 Wee .1y.
and weak down SEA BOARD AiR LINE[ WY.Unexcelled
for run
invigorator ,
-F In .
together harmony.
'other medicine .take its Men and women to appoint agents and represent ns, some to
Through the efforts of George W. women. .No can travel, others for local work. $12 weekly salary and expenses. "-
in them.
place our family. Try Only
Perkins of the New York Old established house pleasant
president 0c. Satisfaction guaranteed by Wilson service from Floridato permanent positions, rapid
i' commission, and Abram.. Hewitt. & Sou and J. B. Screven. 1 all points .. .. .. .. advancement and increase of wages. Write at once.

Vice president. men ,of:.means. have Address BUTLER & ALCER,
North East and West.Two .
agreed to contribute $122.500 toward The Cornfed Philosopher.-"The question Dept. E. NEW HAVES, CONN. .: ,

buying the Interests of the landowners ; as to whether a man marries his trains daily between TAMPA,
and contractors who have been JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and
first love. said the Cornfed Philosopher Pullman
COLUMBIA, carrying Drawing
blasting along the Palisades. They "ain't so important in the long run Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA G "'"i I THAT is .
have made this'glff'conditional the
on with sleepers forWASHINGTON
as whether he has married the last one.
action of the New York, and New Jersey

.. ,legislatures, agreeing 'to' pay the -Indianapolis Press. BALTIMORE Our Specialty,

the. two states will PHILADELPHIA
a money providing 'There is more catarrh in this section of the {
appropriate a1 sufficient ,sum of money country than all other diseases put together, and NEW YORK. $ s G. M. DAVIS & SON,
to. meet the expenses of desired improvements and until the last few years was supposed tobe Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via

t which contemplate the establishment incurable. For a great many' years doctors ASHEVILLE. -1 PALATKA FLA
pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed ; N ,
of an interstate park, and local remedies and by constantly failing to "Dixie FI ver Through Sleeping Car

I : the building of a driveway along the cure with local treatment pronounced it in- Route between Write for delivered prices.Steamship .
banks of the river at the base of the curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a x JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUIS
constitutional disease and, therefore,requires via
cliffs. The' amount needed for this
I constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrrh Lake City, Macon, Atlanta,
'. purpose is estimated at S400.000. Cure manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Chattanooga and Nashville;

Suspension of the blasting along the Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure Making connections for KANSAS CITY,
Palisades was effected through a contract on the market. It is taken internally in doses CHICAGO and all points in Ocean Co.SA
entered into by the commissioners from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts direct1 '. the northwest.
ly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
and the various contractors who have system. They offer one hundred dolla for Through sleeping-car service between Jack-
been at work there. After months of any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars sonville and New Orleans via River Junction
and Pensacola. liT'N.H: LI1NTE.: :
negotiations the commissioners found and testimonials. Address,
F.J. CHENEY &CO.,Toledo, O.pIr Fast Freight
: Full information to
that they could acquire the property on application any agentof
by druggists, 75c. this and Luxurious
where the blasting was going on for Hall's Family Pills are the best. company. Passenger Route

132500. To bind this contract they E. ST. JOHN

made a payment of 10000. and the A copy of a letter written by Jesus Christ First Vice Pres. and V.General E. McBEE.Manager, TO NEW YORK BOSTON AND THE EAST.

balance of $122,500 has been pledged which, it is said, was found under great: General Superintendent, .
stone after his ascension will be mailed free
by private citizens. L. S. ALLEN,
on receipt of a 2 cent stamp to pay postage.
The commissioners also carried on CHARLES GARDNER, Gardnerville, N.C. General Passenger Agent,

negotiations with owners of Palisades PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA.A. rT

property at other points where no : C ..:.. S !J:>> ), :R. :Ie .l: .. %
,. blasting was under way. These prop- Bean the _/?The Kind You Have Always Bought Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt.,

erty owners were readily Interested In Signature 1,1.-#.. Jacksonville, Florida.

the project of saving the Palisades of ,
and agreed to give to the commissionthe

base' of the"cliffs and to sell the Executors Notice to Creditors. H. A. HODGES;

, land between these and the Hudson Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
river at $500 an acre and to relinquishsuch as executrix of the estate of Robert C. Satsuma. flights, Fla.
t Scrimgeour, deceased, late of Brevard county,
riparian rights as have been
may Florida, hereby calls upon all creditors, legatees Dealer in and Manufacturers of
acquired by Individuals at $10 a and distributees and all persons having

running foot. In return for these concessions claims and demands against the said estate of YELLOW PINE .....J
the commission agreed to Robert C. Scrimgeour to present them to the LUMBERFruit | |
undersigned executrix of said estate within |
establish interstate
an park extending
two years or the same will be barred. This
l from the Fort Lee ferry to some point Nov. 30,, 1900. MARY A. SCBIMGEOUE, BY LAND AND SEA.
In New York state below what is Executrix of the estate of and Vegetable Crates Short Rail Ride to Savannah, .'
: known as Sneden's Landing and to Robert C. Scrimgeour. I thence via Palatial Express I I
Steamships. . I
: embrace all the land from the top of Estimates furnished for complete bills of
I the steep face of the cliffs down to the AD3IIN1STKATOK'S NOTICE. lumber to be delivered at any point on the 0 SAILINGS FROM SAVANNAH : ooooooo -- i

.. water's edge.: The conversion of this Notice is hereby given to all creditors that

r' long stretch of ground Into a park will six accounts months and from apply date to I the will Hon.present D. my L. oo004 SHIPS EACH WEEKS; :

pave the way for the successful Introduction den, county judge of Brevard county Flori-
of another scheme which has da, for my discharge as administrator of the fert' TO
held the attention of the commissioners estate of Cornelia S. Bass, deceased, and as NEW YORK,
guardian of Walter J. Bass. Making close connections with New York-Boston
for a considerable length of time. This THOS. C. BASS, Ships or Lines.

project Is nothing more or.less than the Administrator of C. S. Bass and A 1 I ticket agents and hotels are supplied ilth monthly sailing schedules

building of a pleasure drive or speedway of Walter J. Bass.
I Write for general information, sailing schedules,
TITUSVILLE, FLA., November 16,1900.
t very much upon the, plan of the Seeds staterooms reservations, or call on
I Harlem river speedway, though upon 60 YEARS' known the country operas w. H. PLEASANTS, G. F. &1'P.. A.. General Agent Traffic Department,

fL 1 a larger scale ,and probably under less EXPERIENCE I can the he most Mn"t reliable. Don't Seeds save that a... New PIer 35, North River, :New York. 224 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla.Budded .
'f- restricted privileges. From present
nickel on cheap seeds and lose a
i Indications the speedway will extend dollar on the harvest
northward from Fort Lee ten miles. 1901 Seed Annual free.
L D. M. FERRY & CO., Pecan Trees I
This will undoubtedly make the finest Detroit Mich. FREIGHT

driving'course in the United States if Trees
Orange All Kinds of
not In the, world surpassing the famous 1 I

Riverside drive" and park on the TRADEMARKS DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS eae h Trees Trees and PREPAID'P

New York side of the river as well as &c. PARKER'S Plants, I j

the magnificent Harlem speedway. quickly Anyone ascertain sending our a sketch opinion and free"wnether description may an HAIR BALSAM PEARS PERSIMMONS PLUMS FIGS, MULBERRIES CAMPHOR '
and beautifies the h2z.
'The future of the realty holdings In tt10nsnstttrr1ctl'ycconndent1a t&bJe. Communica Promote Kf a luxuriant growth. TREES, ORA'PES. ORNAMENTAL TREES AND SHRUBS.
..... both states along the .contemplated sent free. Oldest agency for Handbook secnringpatents..Patents on Patents. Sever Hair to Fails its to Youthful Bestore Color.Gray
can be readily seen. Property' taken through Mann & Co. receive Cure tcalp diwwei& bair falling.50caodlX Largest Stock of Trees. Best Quality. Low Prices.
parkway tpeciol notice without charge, in the at DroggitU
will double in' value. People will flock j

.there to Invest as well as to build Scientific flttttrican. To PATEUT Good Ideu POMONA NURSERIES at JSuSfSZ'FLA' \1 14 ;

homes.. What 'Is now along the brink 'Al&ndsomelylUoitr&ted weekly. Largest cir may be secured by .{ JACKSONVILLE ;
> culation of any scientific Journal. Terms,|3 a, aid. Address FLA. .
.1of-the cliffs a wilderness of forest and mouths,$L bysn newsdealers. our I

c '- ; _thicket, rock'studded field' and swamp,; M'iYNN& CoS616roadray, liew YOrk. THE PATENT Baltimore RECORD, Me, !. Catalogue free ADDRESS pou applkatioa.THE CRIFFINC P.BROTHERS O. BOX 833 B,COMPANY JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. II I

: ':nwiUn..ergo, complete 'transformation.-- \.; Branch Office 635 P St,Washington.IX C. .. Subscriptions_ to Fbe Patent Becord fUDper tnncua. 5s.
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II. .OOB :MiKl6IlJURll; OlUMI> :-: ".-We.... are not inforlnjas to,the fmitfaless -. -- '* 4 '

le' .. : .. ., _. ., x .; o!these-dwaif'trees: but"Amoore' For. Contempt.. ..... of... Court... Jas Prit.chard- & SOn \:
.r. %<. ". ''\ > '
'._' 1 -. .. ';. "r 'yragmeatiof .:: ,! :1 .--;. stag t heoranges generally attain diem. Contempt eedirigs have been'instituted > ,

$, ., -Iatereatto'TlloseiThat, .Till. eter of three and in
: : r a half inches.: it is:the this Seventh judicial circuit .
{; ';...,>the..Ground.. .. I tiniveraI: '
opinioti ,
- .. ---' '" throughout, Japan that against Messrs;: John ,D. Eobertsbri,', of
: for. .
this ._ _
I is
i *- the beSt Lake Robert .
county L. Anderson and
:. -- 'orange grown in
!! :Jlorife'Oraiiges In St.:Lo" tS.S't .' : that country. .If.-satsumon..trifolia;. William.Rocker of Marion, and J. L.

: From the St...Louis'Packer.' to stock lathe best :Japan, ,we Young; of Hilkboro. They were cited toappear HARDWARS.- 1

s- :The orange,,Auteide'; of theappie: : ,, .is see no reason in why should not ba ood at Kissimmeeoh_ the 15th instantto
,Orange Ftoridt-
,the leading market fnrii This opinion; if com- answer to.the charges againstthem and .
4- Florida
mow mg from the .Japanese alone take whatever the honorable court shall ,. '
would) be
California and -
_ :Mexico, Jamaica, fall .Tinware
Ljshipping.. lie McZitmll.crop: are open to.suspicion, for they often.. t both consider meet in'their cases. Mr. L..D. .. Crockery...
; ; Wllilie.20.
: lessthanJast. oranges(and persimmons.when they are Starbdck, of Orlando, has been ,ret .ln d. ., ..- ';
t percent, .yearvfor, several STOVES
greenandof,a vile flavor but The case out of land deed .
Americana grows some '. .
: t reasons The.Tiyalry: of ,the. Jamaica : c'-'
r .m Japan all say that when in which; it is'alleged the defendants '
the :
p: :fruit is another oneVtbXwoj-iny arid the condition of gulf ,is allowed. to ripen- it is delicious.satsuma disregarded the action of the court. Owing Boat Goods, Faints and Oils, ;-'" '_,.. _: : '

i a .fruit competition from to the prominence of the parties in and :
'; *t California cats.oat the wesV ,fruit. public affairs unusual interest is "
attachedto '
Quality and not ,
< 'Florida are the best on the market, quantity makes DeWitt's the f' L.
Little case.
Early Risers
arid bring the highest. .pots:, 'They 'arejust little liver pills: Wilson &such Son valuable WOODENWARE.
; r'
;, beginning .tocome inr, fairly large William A. Clark was -elected United '

It:.:' t quantities. The crop is large, being estimated States senator Wednesday to 'succeed Write for prices. ; I .

by some at from750,000 to WANT TITUSVILLB FLORIDA. .
1,000- U IINCLUIM'SJSSISTANCE.8 I Senater Carter, ofJlontana. -i.
:: '000 bpe8vwhile: ,,equally reliable reports Box 212.. > ;
: 'show tHat 750,000boxes will be full ,-
Three ,Cornered WORD TO THE LADIES. 4
/ The trees are all overloaded Scrap in South. America,
crop. and Editor of Dr. S.W.Carroll. W. E. Goldsmith
The Florida Star
-:*jn DeSoto countybne citizen states there With. Interesting_ Possibilities.. : '
We understand there are still few ladies CARROLL & GOLDSMITH
Special a
are 15,000 props under' the trees. The correspondence of The Florida Star. in Titusville and vicinity who did not take .

trees will produce something ,like three VALPABAISO advantage of recent offer send elegant *a
< : ; Dee, 20-It cannot our to an '
., ,_"...Y 'times as much, as the. normal crop since tJonthfn'11v h":' ....,.1 .. silver-plated sugar shell absolutely free Staple and Fancy. ., kl
>- y uc cam that Chile is sereously of charge to'any. married lady who simply = -II"-.I.. .&.''.&. J
the freeze. .
If '- ,alarmed by the r-Port that Bolivia asked for it; so we will renew the offer for a .---- .
1'"- .The ,Florida orange is by far. finest has asked the United States short time only. We sell these shells regularly Hay, Grain, Fresh Frnits and Vegetables, f TltllSVllle Florida 5 i
t flavored: when perfect Some California to at forty-five cents each. Retail jewelers ask I. Tin. Glass and Crockery Ware. ,
'. claim, while the,.oranges from take her side In the dispute betweenthe fifty to seventy-five cents for such goods. I We solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to.
: growers
andthe.Bolivians. They are exquisitely beautiful creations in
that section are more tart, they still have high grade silver-plate. To further advertiseour

::5a larger percentage.of sugar in them than The hot headed inhabitants of this ware we will send one'postpaid, to every E. L. BRADY & BRO. ,

{f the Florida oranges, which makes the r elongated, country have shown before married lady who has not received one. This y
announcement should be cut out and returnedto
r-. juice much richer. Epicures usually this that they are not of Uncle
us with your request. This is important.Also >
_.;; prefer. the Florida orange. Sam, though, of course the standingof please enclose a stamp or two to help pay Dealers Grain and

< .' Early.,in the ,season it was estimated the Yankees Is much stronger down cost. of mailing QUAKER VALLEY M'F'Q- Co., In Groceries Hay

_ :>>:' that 40 per cent. of the Florida crop than before the Spanish- Morgan and Harrison streets Chicago. .
"';?'" would be russets. Now shippers estimate American war. But even with that AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

.; :;j. fully 60 per cent, will be. Most of ,the short and decisive contest In mindno We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusivelyin
: the the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on
found outside
? russets, are on o.f.the true Chilean will admit that he CRYSTAL LENSES Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO.,TITUSVILLE,FLA.
I. _tree. They are 'considered sweeter and has anything to be afraid of. In the TRADE MARK.

::. 'ate preferred by. some. The "russet" extremely Improbable event of the Culity First and itayi

'; '.: 'orange, as popularly known, is ,simply a espousal of Bolivia's cause by the R. L. MOTLOW, paler i

. -.l: bright orange whose rind, has been penetrated United,States of America.To _

H't':_ by the sting of a mite. The acid understand the cause of the trou ; -

h -of the rind spreads over- the outside and ble between Chile and Bolivia it is ippp.: \ ;% / WINES BRANDIES IHISiES '

- :: :' dries,-giving it rusty ,appearance necessary to go back several years and FINE _

'- }_:: ,rind gradually .dries up and becomes' to consider also the relations of Chile _

d% quite thin by the time the fruit is matur' and Peru. The Chileans, who are -' AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS. .....,-- ____
ed. This seems to preserve and even increase known as the "Yankees of South America
, Special attention given to mail orders. TITUSVILLE AND COCOA FLORIDA.
the sweetness it some. )V ell n- are an aggressive race and ever

formed growers assert that: the russet insect willing and anxious to extend their

(to use popular. expression) attacks borders by fair means If possible or by J. B. SCREVEN,

:- both sweet and wild; or. sour oranges menace If not. Their doctrine has ever
r alike, and even the grapefruit does not been the time honored one that "they DRUCcIST, .

escape. No'spray,has,been absolutely should take who have the power, and

exterminate the pest, but the they should keep who can." Long ago Has the Sale of These Celebrated GlassesIN 11

proportion of brights is increased percep- they decided upon an extension to the A ...

tibly.where spraying is followed. The north and in the wars arising out of !. TITUSVILLE, FLA Roo1.lede Florida '

{;S russet is supposed .to be peculiar to Flori- the boundary dispute with Bolivia, In ,

da. This is an error, since the same classof which Peru from self interest and fear From the Factory ofXellam ... On the famous Indian river. Large airy rooms, fine view of the 1 u

fruit is sold in Spain,andl Algiers, also of the growing power of Chile took & Moore river, every modern convenience, sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, a

.In Japan, always aa lower price. In part with the Former, the enterprising riding and driving. S. H. PECK, Proprietor.Also .

America that the prejudice against Chileans took possession of the Peruvian The only complete Optical plant in the with
now managing partner of The Arlington, Pet key, Mich., a summer hotel a capac-
russets has died out (a .few years ago provinces of Tacna and Arlca. South, Atlanta, Ga. ity for 350 guests*

In the wars which ended In 1881 the .....
Y they could not be sold to buyers except

"r:' at a heavy discount from "bright" Chileans who are "first class fighting

; *prices)), the increasing demand for them men" were completely successful The FLORIDA EAST COAST RY. I 11
that Tacna
.s. will cause .growers to abandon experiments treaty of peace stipulated ;
Peruvian lands should
___: looking to a,nreventive. and Arica. the .
-- -
Fla. Times-Union remain in Chilean hands for ten years.
The Jacksonville, ;
At the expiration of the specified time i iT
._ and Citizen in an article on the orange of m' Tableo.. 2:). li Kllect .Ian. 15, 1001. '-. .
which arrived in 1SW. a plebiscite
it is stated that two Chicago
.crop, says
,,: dealers have instructed all their agents the inhabitants of the two provinceswas SOUTH BOUND (Read Jjowo.1 (Read Up NORTH BOUND. '

and to pack at least half a dozenS to be taken and If they decided to 'No.18No.93! No.4i5 No.37 No.W No.23 No-29 No.3; Nu.77 No.32 No.3s N' .441NO.W No.le
shippers remain with Peru a war Indemnity of Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily MAIN LINE SCHEDULE. Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily'Daily Daily Dally ly-
russets in the upper and lower tiers of the exMo exJIo exMo exSu._ .. ,ex au ex Suex Su exS,,' i
to be paid to Chile. - -- .
10000.000 was
R. .boxes as a guarantee they are genuine disturbed condition of 940a Lv...... ....... --I----I--: '
& But In 18&4 the 7SOp 630p 400p 300p 2 SOp ..; 1225p Jacksonville Ar 700p 7 25p(!:III 4) ::3: !210pl240p 1005a 1020a lOOp840p r
.Florid s. Mr. Joseph Spies of Spies the plebiscite and the 730p 500p OOp 330pHo. t2 = c T ij 125p 10 sJa Ar..... 8*. Au.ust tte ...Lv ?5P 6 25p q. UlCall40a. 905a 920a 1200a' xm
Cog Chicago states'this is the only sure Peru prevented -d ma 1 BOp ::05oal.Ta Lv.... Kt.: Aunsii e .Ar 544 62J',+ iT. s.9M
territory remained Chilean. Peru is U8 Has.. ";'.* .:;Lv 5 lip ..... !m n w a ';
_. guarantee that a buyer has. Jamaica but Is 35, Bmaa Hill daily) ). g "t ti 0t5 208p 1143a East Palatka....... 458p340p 54Sp..if.c' No. 78, USTIU hail (Daily). '
-' their in now unable to pay the money, Makes local stops and car Q l"a 319p 105p117p Ormond.......... 400p1-5' r Makes local stops and carries
;* growers sometime pack oranges unwilling to give up the territory. F. E. 0. By. Buffet ParV) ;'= 329p .........Daytona 329p 2Jp'T' : E ridS F. E. 0. Ry. Buffet Parlor -'
_-Florida boxes in order to palm them off lor Car. r; a e. J 337p356p 127p .Port Orange. 319p 4 lip J.15 0 p Car. '
:- for Chile Is willing to give up the money, 17o. 23, A. C. L. E:p peas daily) ). 5i... 147p ......NewSmr.rna........ SOUp 356Pt' L No. 71, A. C. L. Zxpnu (
; for Floridas, but \v tif the russets an however if Peru will cede the two Fast Train. Stops only at .?...oP :: ...... 2 lip ....... Oak Hill.......... .237p201p ...... GS R-0 .-J P. Fast Train. Mops tanY.j
earmark there cannot be any deceptionin stations shown and carries god 3. 443p 252p ........Titusville..?. SOfp a; c.JJ.=o stations shown and
will o
provinces to Bolivia, but this Peru T. E. 0. By. Buffet Parlor "; 'd 516p 325p415p .........Cocoa 125p. 2S8PI. 1: a: F. E. 0. By. Buffet .
this way. not do. since In either case she will Cars. I. I::a 61911 33'3p ........Rockled HUT 225P&a: : : Cars.
At Florida oranges are not Ns. 31. He*York acid rlorHi Lim- p m c: 43p .Ban Gallie. 122hp 14'p' 1_ No.32INewYorkurlort4&Lm.tte k
present lose all hope of recovering the land. (Ban) ?:Except day ,. : 551p715p 424p .......Melbourne......... 1218p 15 p''M o J ;: ::::1II Itii; ( &111i" Suiij).
.coming in good shape, as many of themare Is not willing to have Bolivia New York to St. Augustine Qj II! ..... 6 OOP .BoscIaniL......... ". 11 (iJa .. "': Joe., 3 St. Augustine to New York ,
The bulk of the crop Chile via Southern Railway. Com z. t'i"E .'.... 60ip Sebasthij 113l\a ...... Po I-* via Southern Railway. Oom-
grass-green, obtain the bone of contention out of ed.exelUlvelyof PullmanOars. o 8 CIS ...... 563p St. Lucie......... 1043al)40a ... ... 'q 8 *: jOSd exclusively of Pullman
will be moved by the middle of January, Far from it. Bolivia "a e 6 U5p .Fort Pierce 1215p m + s U''ars.Sa. .
which will that Florida's crop will sheer generosity. No. 37, ltnr York and Florida Spo- Ftia .c d .... 629p 1& ......... Tibbl.llt ........... .. 10 lla .... ..A ac.*.. all KeT York ui Florida IiI-
mean and Chile have a dispute of their oral (BaOr Except lioalay). QI m Ifd n .. .. 8atp: E-isn lOOTa100Ja ...... s a o8a (t&11ylzcepUul4ll! ). ;a
not meet with any serious competition of side Issue as It were. New York to St. Augustine m >! :sit ...... eswp ... Jensen ... o U,.. St. Augustine to New York 3
'" from will be only afew.ears own. a sort via Atlantic Coast Line.-5J M....... 647p .Stuart. ......... 9 : :: : .t>? via Atlantic Coast Lice .
a California. There During the war between Peru and Bolivia Composed exclusively ,. a I ...... T18p781p 4 Hobe Sound......... 92'Za. ge -; w Composed exclusively of
r from California marketed before side and Chile on the Pullman Cars. :-: q C M ...... ..... West Jupiter........ w 910a ... iI1.J ..Pullman Cars. i
on the one Ha. 13., Florida ui Uetrnalitaa S.I'\: IP.--s! .... 805 n A. est1..imBeach .. Qnrft. iM.; o + O i?.'_.. 44. flsHia ui laetropelltaa
n n.
January.. _. I other Chile occupied and held the Bolivian Limited ij 1)n.--- OS" m .! na .9 05p Slop .Hotel Royal Poinclana.:.. 8l': lOSOalOlaa iv/ouaa .i IJnitei daily):
Antofogasta which New York to St. Augustine g'g p ea-. 9 lop .The Breakers 8 20a > iiSC. St. Augustine to New York
territory of via Seaboard Air Line. Oompoeed A q .* .. a via Seaboard Line. Composed -
Dwarf Orange Trees. Cd> 930p 840p .. West Palm Beach ....Ar 800d7C3a 955a Air |
she ,has continued to do. but it has exclusively of Pullman ; ,, ciS<.: .. ... 905p ...... ...Boynton...........Lv : ...... ;e:8: 's .i exclusively ot Pullman
S From Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower. ceded to Chile and Cars. p.t; tl,1Q .goo ..; 915p1003p "..... Delray ..... .. '1 ..... 28 Cars.Ss. .
never been formally Ho. 83, Chicago and J'lorlbtim. ,t1 ...... .... Fort Lauderdale.: ..... 23a1.. ..... S .; 82, C&iean sad nsrlialia
We have learned many valuable lessons remains the legal property of Bolivia iced (tail;). a.:a .....1042p ........ ..... M 6 58 a.1. ...."3 ;1: tte i (Dally. l
from and it is by no means although her hopes of ever recovering Chicago to St Augustine:-S::"m a" ; (idSS 11 ISpjlOSOp825pLv Ar........ ... Miami.......... 5 boa' 810ai-= s.. a St. Augustine to Chicago
Japan, i via Evansville Nashville and i e !J I ; 2: iX) via Montgomery Nashvint '
ucertain that that source of information is it are far from bright. This land contains Montgomery Composed exclusively S :: =S\\g. :: IOIC and Evansville.Composed ex*
small enormously valuable nitrate of Pullman Cars.' iii a" t.t- "i i clusively Pullman Cars.
exhausted. Americans despise the share ofChile's No. 15. Ciloaw acid Florida Special ,toO A .. .. IS .. .s ITo. 16, Ciieajo ui florila Speo<.&! etgiy
things, and go in for bonanza operationsand deposits from which a large ( Sfisepa Koaiay). ClnCII WI ii x Q :. (Daily Except Sunday).
r revenues are obtained. Chicago to :St.: Augustin:3 R Trains do not stop where time i. not shown. 2 t S t Rt. Augustine: to Chicagovia
jumbo products. Those patient, via Cincinnati Chattanooga Band H p. Atlanta. Chattanooga
1a :' E1'd =
plodding Orientals are content to adapt Bolivia Is now. with the single Atlanta. Composed exclusively I ea: e\and Cincinnati. Composed
their trees and their' culture'to-their con- of Paraguay the only South of Pullman Oars. I .dw lISt ::c .J c exclusively of Pullman Cara.

ditions, and today they have-oranges, American country without a seaport

While Florida with'r gigantic seedling and she wants and needs one badly. SCHEDULE OF BRANCH LINES. ;
that used be so high above Should she obtain Tacna and Arica
; ( to ) trimmed Bolivia -
i be hers. !
__* the ground that the poultry flew into seaport of Arlca cede Antofogasta to. 3IAYPOBF IJItANCH. I PALATKA IIRA.. CII.

them to roost, has none-in the old Is willing to and Arica. All trains Daily.
Tacna --
orange belt, at least Chile In exchange for No.27.No.7iNo.25 i No;5 No.6No.8! No.26 :iO.i> No.49No.4iNo.45j No.4. No.48 No 48 No JO
In the Oonshiu which we call and this is the most probable settle- Sun I Daily\ bun Daily Daily Daily Sun 6ISp\ 4&JpI14Op' ISaLv... Palatka Ar 11 1210p, 2S5PI800J
Japan the three cornered dispute for only ea &.onIlU'U; exSu only e5 p 35a'Ar.Eaut Palatka.Lv 1045alll60a
the -
budded on, ment
the is
;T eatsama, grafted
citrus trifoliata, indigenous to Japan, Bolivia and Chile can both afford to 640p 600p \ 8 15a Lv. .Jacksonville. ..Ar 650a 5S5p527p 600p- ... .. ,.... N rt.U,No.41j"8A|, MATEO BRA'SCH.AIl. Trains Daily No.42No.a,
It Is. "
which gives it hardiness. It has a very disregard the protests of Peru. 64Sp 6lWp635p :z35 l0Sp., j2ia 850a240p .So.. ..Pablo Jacksonville.Beach.. 64..8 615a 5XJp( 55252op.) -640PJ- I-945aLv- i- .... ........Fast !-lua........ ... ... Ar 95a hop e,
situation 715p ; i1 7Wpl100'a'ArSanMateo.... .... .... ..Lv1015a
different from trees, being however quite a complicated 720? 840p 865a2iiOp' 11 .Atlantic Beach..1 5J ] 455p 6 0p500p .. .. 7O
growth our ......
than once before this slighter HOP 7 oup swp' 1J loa Ar .Mayport.-.Lv 5 WaJ 435p
often and more
really a large bush. It esnot the volatile and hot Soli7uua SA.l'iFOii.D BRANCH, Atl trains daily except Sunday No 12 No.,,3ro.: 1 ORANGE CITY BRANCH. No. Z No. 4 '

; grow over ten feet in height, the highest causes have set at oneanother's : : v..... ..............._._..Titusvilie ..... ............ .....Ar 1 ip All trains Dally ET< ?Sunday. _
great area. blooded South Americans flying 718a ........................ .Mima.".. ......................... 112p 4U5p i Lr...............New bmyrna..A7 180p 655p
; about twelve but covers a throats.If 838a ..........................Osteen......................... ".. 1157a110JB 449p1121a ........ ........!..ak(I H'en... ........ .Lv 1245p: 5 tip
H. E.Amoore, the Japanese traveler ands will appeal 850a ........... ..........-.nttrpriea...:.................. o'MIAlp- I 11" ........... Orange 'City .. .............. 1235p1280p 59fWo
importer, speaks of measuring one which Bolivia has appealed side with or her against. 980a Ar :... ...... ...... .. .... .Sanford... ........ .......... ,Lv ..5C5p 11.45a Ar........ -Orange. : City JuncMon. :_..... 520p
was seventy feet around the branches, Chile to Uncle the Sam ground of her appeal is prob- PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTION3 AT MIAMI. '

which rested ,on the ground. They are to ask the United

I' not pruned on the stem, but the young ably not merely Chile to cede to her a M1AMI.NASSAU LINE 3IIAJlt-titV.t it L' NE. '

n shoots are cut off from the up er"part of ,States to compel but r (SAILINGS .EFITJSCTIV'E Jan 16: f
conquered SAILINGS JAN. S to im 3.1801: I IAft.v Miami WMnE'
seaport or HAVANA, n"ltyqflnti &y..l1
the tree to keep it down. The Chile has been both Leave Miami Mondays and Thursdays.. ...11 rot) < Arrive Havana Mondays and Thursdays... 3 OOp .
starting from the ground are very irregular a far greater one. the .other South NASSAU, Arrive Nassau Tuesdays and Fridays -. .. ... 3 00p Cuba. I LeareliatanaTuesdap.andFrida y-........I200n
hated and feared by I Leave Nassau Wednesdays and Saturdays.: 2 Up I Arrive Miami Wednesdays and daturdays .. 5 006MIAMUKKY
hide the trunk. They .. ...
and completely since the concluSion N.P. Arrive Miami Thursdays and Sundays 5 03a '
countries VKr
American htYE. _. ..
': are planted on the sides of the hills, on of the war. Her arrogant attitude, SAILINGS FKR Ito MARCH 31: f8AIIJN8 KKKE
ledges or terraces, fifty feet generally "her commercial supremacy BahamaIsland I Leave Miami Mons..Weds and Frls- ... ...... 230p KEY WEST, Leave ..Weds and Fria ........11 00p
.k feet apart; the together with Arrive Naaaau Tues. .TbUl'L and Sat+....... a OOa Arrive Key west?uric ,Thus and Sati..... 2 p 1 1I
about ten *
only In their minds the Tue&,Thurs.and tats ........ 8 OOp West i
bas 'raised I l Leave Nassau Florida. Leave Key Tuej., Thus and Sats..... 3 sop
i branches interweaving so close together well grounded fear that she Arrive Miami Weds.. Fris..and SUM....... 6 OOa l Arrive Miami Weds., Frig and Sun ........ cue*

; ,that Is impossible except by seemingly of,their terrlton -
passage much
to'absorb as t
they are Intends For copy of local time card any Agent.
crawling under. In the valleys as she feels the power to bold. ST. AUGUSTINE IA. D. RAHNER Awt. GeL j
,not planted regularly, but dotted about. .'FBACTS_X. HIGOUTS. J. P. BECKWITH Trafle Manager. J. Pass. Ag at.

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t : ." 3.t'T ':: ,"- .t :; -,' ,_...", hlgbt standing:: He was,born,1nLouisoiii EAb'thEPala' remove= S
].-'" ,:':' :..'- _'--i"-" 'u'-_. SO_ mst. _;ETC.TTTUSraLE ._., : 8y? lni'86r ttbrl f received' h'buse turned 'her f3ootsteps backwardto H eighty poundsof"actuar'Potashfromthe
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.Jf ':\ f:. Bobbins money enough'.to pay her passage. .
M.Dixon treasurer
: presidentiJ. ,
?1 t-f. :!l2.o"'" .. v. "G.TJastsecretary.( ; !Meets"6eeondWfcdriesVday Later'the ,inarrJag -was annulled.. back. of your ti, soil Unless this quantityis ta

t ,v- : ,' .'. : .night in each month at their rooms.' In 1896 he married the Princess ? Heavy the '
.. ._. .. ,eyes pressure sy returned to soil,
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: ;:T-: T.2' F.. &.A.M.-Indian; River lodge, No.: 90, holds: Tifiressi.Pwana KaObelelanL"X ; yourhead? .A.n arc
; it :;;r its meetings the second and fourth Friday scendanVof: the [great house of' Keona, sometimes faint and : the following crop willmaterially
1:'is r.(: :; '," .evenings of each month at.Jthecottrt; house the father of .JJamehameha the'Great.. you '
:c., jf/., A.A.Stewart, W.M.; F. A.Morgan,Sec'y. 'Two children' were born of=this union, dizzy? Is your ;tongue = '. decrease..
;. iy /:- ::-:, .-> : -- s I [,coated? Bad taste in .
. :,' Prince' Roberto the
> ;# o. ,TOWLDIBECTORY. Kepnaand; 1'rin-: "
." .' And ; S We lave loots telling
'ii'1 Virginia Kalbkapumahana Wilcox your mouth ? does r& aboat.
;;; : .;. TOWN.OEFICEES.-rA.. &. D.>enneyrmayor; fop$ distress ? 'iiii. .composition, .use and value of
: .. ha? 'been prominently associated your you fertilizers fornrious'cropLn.fue.
;j.; M. 8.Jones Jr.,marshal and ,tax collector; '
.z: : :;.:" CL 8* Scbuyler, clerk and treasurer:John with the.turbulent political affairs of Are you.nervous' 8' 4

11;, : ." Henry, assessor D.L. Gaulden! F; A; Los- the islands.; being a ;supporter, of the ritable? Dov you .often. ''." J' GERMAN KALI WORKS,
ley J.L-Dixon, G. F,Daren Jno B.Wal. .
; ;\ < ; -
; : royalist'partyJiy; which he was have the blues? AndS =-- Nassau St.,.
{) :: < ker conncilmen. The-council meets first 4: '. 93
".J ;.' ;,; .' ..,. eachCOUNTY month.. 't elected a delegate, to congress. are 'you troubled about M NeWYork.Grafted .
::1i! ,7"' The :diplomatic had Its "inning .. r
i":'''' DIRECTORY. corps sleeping?
;;; <\ ., : > H last week, the reception at the White :r
{'If i v'' ( : "'COUNTYOFFICEBS.-A.13.Penney, Titus : SX.: House for the foreign representativesand Than you live fa I f:

:.. '. S 'ville county judge;'Jas. Andrews, Titus- their households occurring on all.wI'Dng.. y
;:" ---Tille, prosecuting attorney .A. A.. Stewart'Titusville __
:it.- .. clerk circuit' J.F. \Vednesday., This was. about the most, is '
{! : court; Woo; But ther a cure.. .
,'. .. ;';' '.'. ': en,Cocoa, tax assessor;E.W.Hall,ShaS riles, .Q t gorgeous event of the season, the attendance 'Tis the old'reliable Y 5;
f.-. 'iF-: S,'", tax collector. H. Boye, 'Titusville) e, l being larger than at arorprevfo'u ;
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.. trea.sure1jR.E..MimsBonaventnre.superintendent diplomatic reception in recent ;-r : fr
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/ : instruction J. O. Titusvillecounty
,. .pnblic Fries, S
',"r"/' surveyor;.J.'P. Brown, Ti- years, primarily,, no doubt because the
. tasyille, sheriff;;T.J. Oockshatt, LaGrange, diplomatic corps here is now larger :4L E
':'*;;J'- _., registration officer. e __ than ever before In the history of this

,M .,, :. ,:.. ,COUNTY COMMISSIONEES.-J: B. Walker, '\ capital It goes without saying that
::: ;t,': TitusvUle,chairman;W.H.:Sharpe,Sharpes; it was 'a very brilliant' assembly and Bedded '
C B.A.Conklin d,
: Jos.MendelLaQrange; rTill Incidentally is noted the return to
srS= : ., ;.:,: ,pan; -J.-N. Waller, Ankona. Begnlar sessions
,:v r 1 ';'.... :. are held first Monday in'each month. p S Washington: after a prolonged absence k
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t i E" ".' COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M Dixon -
-',?Jir.: .-:;'".". ., Titusville." N. Andrews Cocoa,', C. P. Photo by Ciinedinit, 'Wlcmniton.
,. '; : Platts; Fort Pierce. 'GERALD A. LOWTHEB. 6 Trees
,.. Orange
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: preliminary education in the public

3 ;. .' O OUR INSULAR DmGm schools the, high school, of Louisvilleand

$!" .; :,. .. from private tutoring; He then s\. \ .
',#-"" entered Princeton. He received college SOO ::Eau: :;
f'Y -v Degetau' Seeks For:His'People Close Kelatlons honors in Creek and Latin and was $V' _' \,' 'S act directly on 3,

.v. ; .With the United States. graduated: '-wltb,the class of '83. After the liver. They cureconstipationbijiousness Grape Fruit;

t.:1 !. .R ," Special Corrcspondeice of The Florida Star.. graduation tHarlan spent six months in 3

;! !':.: ', ,. : 1 WASBIKQTON, Jan. 15.-our little island Europe and, then 'entered the Columbian ?$j\ $ sick headache,: nausea, Tangerine
G: fl.--, :. of.Porto Rico with whose: political Law 'school here. He was for a. : : and dyspepsia. Take alaxltive'dose Homosassa,
time the private law clerk of Chief ,
:" status the supreme court of the each night. Parson Brown
t Justice Fuller and later went to Chicago ,
:" United States'is 'wrestlingJis; the subject ; where he became a partner In the For 60 years'years they Pineapple

: :;> of not 'a little interest at the national -. law .firm of Gregory, Booth &' Harlan have been the Standard '

: f-' .. l capital particularly si which succeeded to'the practice of Jus- Family Pills. Ruby,.

. \' '... arrival tiers 'of Feo>r'fc o Degetau, the tice Fuller. He has since practiced his rta Price 25 cents. AU DratIstL St. Michael
? 111 have taken Ayer's Pilla ,
1' delegate. to. congress chosen. by the.Porto profession in Chicago. for six months. They regularly hare
! ,:" R.'pana. He\\vas' elected, on the Re- .The delegate from the new territoryof cured me of a severe headache and ,

;;;L' s,; ,. .. __,_.._.._" --__ Hawaii Is one of the most picturesque miles I can now without walk getting from two tired to or four out C affat'
figures In Washington; and has ;:H of breath, something have not
\ been able to do for Mandarinand
many years.
h ', led a strangely eventful life. Giganticof S" \\ \\ S.E. WALWORK,
'.' stature, swarthy of skin, romanticand \ July 13,1899. Salem.. Mass. Du. Roi Blood

; { impulsive! of temperament and accomplished \ WrIte the Doctor.If .
. .. have on 5 and 6 year old sour
: manner, Robert W. Wilcox' you any complaint whatever
: and desire tbe best medical advice orange stock, 4 to 5, and
k",,,, attracts marked.attentlon. He was \ can possibly receive,write the doctor you 5 to 7 feet,well branched
-.t" i7 born Feb." 15, 1885, at Maui, one of the \ \ r ply freely.without You cost.will receive Address a,prompt re- trees

; -, (" islands of the Hawaiian; @ oup. His DB.J.C.AYES,Lowell,Mass.

\ father, William S. Wilcox of Newport at $35 $40 and $50 per 100-

R. I., was a ship carpenter. His *kW1\
Order samples and be
mother was a black ,Kanaka a native convinced of their value.
Hawaiian. He was educated in Turin, Her Permission.-He-"I see they are of these
Supply '
Italy where he won the heart of Vic making clothes now out of wook fibre." trees Halted as above.

toria'Gina Sobrero. She was the beau- Snap shot by 'Dinst Washington. She-"Oh! what's the use? Somebodywill

tiful and. ,accomplished' daughter, of SECRETARY JOHN D. LONG. be sure to invent a new kind of o. VV. OONNER9-
Colonel Baron 'Sobrero of the Italian -Philadelphia Press.

&. >ic artillery. She' believed him to be a of Mr. Gerald A. Lowther, first secretary Ocklawaha, Florida.
prince of the Hue of Kamehameha the of the British embassy. Mr. The merited reputation for curing piles,
Lowther Is sores and skin diseases acquired by DeWitt's -
Great. In one of the most talented
due season they married. Witch Hazel Salve, has led to the
( and. he took her to IIa wail. A rude promising young diplomatists at making of worthless counterfeits. Be Hodgson Bros.

awakening followed. The'rank and po- +bis capital, and every one recognizes sure to get only DeWitt's Salve. Wilson ,

sition of Wilcox turned out of course that there is a bright future before & Son. GENERAL ,
him. lIe is withal extremely popularn
kb: Washington society and Is regarded 1 Between Friends-Miss Olet lner-."I MERCHANTS...

as one of the most eligible bachelors think kissing is so foolish!" Miss May-

i In Washington. And why not? He is budd-"Oh! But you mnsn't believe = Eau Gallie, Fla.

BettingThin young, handsome, accomplished genial everything you read."-Puck. ,

Sep well bred, well groomed and well Dry Goods
to do. The most soothing, healing and antiseptic i. Clothing
application ever devised is DeWitt's <
One of the familiar -
sights on Pennsylvania
". "'i. Witch Hazel Salve. It relieves at BOOTS AND SIIOES,
'" .' ;" Photo by Colorado San Juan, Porto Rico. avenue is Secretary Long on once and cures piles, sores, eczema and HARDWARE, GROCERIES,
'i- his way to and from his home and the skin diseases. Beware of
:_ imitations.
army and navy building. The secretary Wilson & Son.
i( publican ticket by a large majority
of the
navy rarely takes a carriage,
- Steam
Launch for Charter."SearchLight"
,.rgf: ':" over the Federalist candidate. The is all right, if you are too fat; but almost every day he may be seen Not an Endearing Trait.-"Higgs

} '":,' 'Republican. party I is the outgrowth of'J' and all wrong, if too thin already.Fat on the avenue afoot with umbrella i in doesn't seem to be popular with the hos
< "
... the old Autonomist party. one baud an evidence of that cautlonwhlc tess. "SOj he keeps trying to do
C'. ": .' Mr. Degetau is a lawyer and an edftor. enough for your habit, is is one of his essential character.Istlcs sleight-of-hand tricks with cut-glass turn S

.'.< L, .formerly conducting La Isla dp healthy; a little more, or less, is and in the other a "green bag," biers."-Chicago record. BICYCLE LANTERNS. \
U' 1n which be carries his .
., Puerto Rico papers. I refer ,
F I Is about 4S
:, : e of age. lIe studied iu the University years no great harm. Too fat, consulta to it as v "green bag" because that No External GAS AND OIL.

i: < was the old time receptacle for layers' w
i i, of Madrid and also iu the Salamanca doctor; too thin persistently
z ,
'!: and Granada documents, though at snap shot Every one knows our Oil Lantern. '
F- university. mail of
thin no matter what take distance it looks like black Tbe
r -' much learning and public spirit he is cause, bag. Symptoms

f 1 t" a member of 'several scientific and benevolent Scott's4 Emulsion of Cod Liver of secretary is a lawyer of the old school BURNS GAS, -

f: i .... philanthropic societies and distinguished yet democratic bear-
r%f : was one of the founders of the Sol Oil. Ing. At least that is the idea one getsas The blood may be in bad condition,

r'. dete Francaise Pour Arbitrage En- There are many causes of be sees the secretary walking along yet with no external signs, no skin EAR .
tre Nations. getting Pennsylvania 'avenue. eruption or sores to indicate it. The '

j<,.'-1.j --;zr ,. / Mr. Ih-getau; was one of the four too thin; they all come President McKinley has a fine new symptoms in such cases being a variable ..t1J1QU1sh

ii r, '. commissioners sent to Madrid in 181)0 under these two heads: team of coach horses whIch appearedfor appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable
overwork the first time
;: : '" to ask the on the streets a few ..
Spanish government to weakness and
nervousness loss of $
2; if grant the island and under-digestion. days ago and attracted much attention e
autonomy. He was and a general run-down
condition of the
a i I:'.- elected a deputy to the Spanish oortes admiration. They are perfectly
Stop over-work if matched system-clearly showing the blood his
; In 1SUS and prior to coming to this you can; bays 1G% bands high and
but whether weigh 1,250 pounds each. They come lost its nutritive qualities, has become thinand r =
. : country was president of the board of you can or not
,;. I- ',' education of San Juan. He has written from Summit county, O.. and have a watery. It is in just such cases that

{ ; '_ several, books mainly works o f take Scott's Emulsion of Cod fine pedigree. The president has bad S.S. S. has done some of its quickest and

; #. fl.ctlon. dealing with social questions. Liver Oil, to balance yoursel' no satisfactory team of horses for 'a most effective work by building up the '

< r.: ._' Delegate''Degetau is earnestly desirous long time. At one time he bad two blood and supplying the elements lacking
j, -. of becoming thoroughly and with your work. You can't live teams of bays one light and the other to make it strong and vigorous. 5 5.

' :, completely a citizen of tile UnitedStates. on it-true-but by it dark. One horse of each team became '
1 you Incapacitated and for a long time odd :My wife used several -
" i ; "My people. said Mr. Degetau
can. There's a limit however horses made up the pair used to tipresident's e bottles of S. S. S.
.T ; to correspondent "want to become ; Our
your as a blood purifier and Gas Lantern m uns.
ft B-:: root and branch Americans. We you'll. pay. for it.Scott's heretofore carriage. All the teams to tone up a weak and f ail ddft-
: recognize that we Americans & purchased have been too _
are:naturally emaciatedsystemWith culties heretofore to lan-
Emulsion of Cod Liver light in weight. The new team is common
and that fnture marked
our Is part of very effect by terns burning
i the future of this country. Perhaps Oil is the readiest for heavier. The new horses are spirited, way of improvement. acetylene.

' the people of the, United States do not cure but gentle and will! not be dangerouswhen "We regard it a An InnovationThe -

look It "can't eat unless it of pulling Mrs. McKinley In her great tonic and blood .. ,
at Just as .we; do. We are accustomed comes "' <. "Wistaa" Bracket.
daily rides purifier. -J.F.DuFF
through the city.SAMUEL /J -:
to speak of America
your doing no work--you can'tlong l Princeton, Mo. j
'the new United States that We have HCBBARD. The

formed' Have Americans thought of it be well and strong, withoutsome It Dazzles the World. is the greatest of a H Bridgeport Brass' Co.,

: in that way5 The only question now.In sort of activity.The No tonics, and will Bridgeport, Conn.
in you
discovery medicine has S
Porto ever S S 19 MURRAY STREET,
fi. Rico Is between the Federalists
, r genuine has created one quarter of the excitement find the appetite im NEW YORK CirY.i .
! 1; who want to hurry up and ,be miide a this picture on it, that has been caused by Dr. King's New proves at once strength -

lf(" \ state with an autonomous'government take no other.If Discovery for Consumption. Its severest returns, and nervousness vanishes i NOTICE.All .
:" : at once and the Republicans, who want; you have not tests have been on hopeless victims of as n erich \.

-.i. '. to go slow and first lie wJtde a territory; tried it, send, for consumption, pneumonia, hemorrhage, pure blood once more circulate Brown concerned, as sheriff take of Brevard notice that Joseph P.
k with a territorial government and later,, free sample, its agreeable .' pleurisy and bronchitis, thousands of through all parts of the system.S. and ex-officio administrator of county the estate of,
graduate Into'full statehood." taste will whom it has restored to perfect heal S. S. S. is the only purely vegetabL Ephriam F. Adams, deceased, has filed his

: Referring toPorto'lUcan-affalM, the. surprise you. For coughs, colds, asthma, croup, hay blood purifier known. It contains no minerals suggestions in writing of the insolvency of
SCOTT & BOWNE fever, hoarseness and whooping estate of said deceased. Therefore all
J cough it
:appointment of James Snanklin liar Chemists, .t is the quickest, surest cure in the world whatever. Send for our free book persons having claims against said estate are. .'
S Ian, to be attorney general of Porto:; 409 Pearl Street ?. It is sold by Wilson & Son and J. B. on blood'and skin diseases and write our hereby required to appear and file them pro

Bico.Is an Item of 'passing -interest.S 'i New York. .. J Screven, who guarantee satisfaction or physicians for any information or ad cone-ice

Mr, Harlan, is a son of Associate Justice 50c. and $1.00 all druggl8t8S refund money. Large bottles 50c and Wanted. No charge for medical advice. D.1901. Ordered the 6th day of December
fi :] Dot the supreme court and ; $1.00. Trial bottles free. 1 THE SWIFT 'I A.D. 1900. D. L. GATJLDEX,
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;, 't..J : i'Entered 1 ;; : ; ;parts i-of ,Florida Official Keport;of'Their BualneMXeeting
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< forth tin the fol- .
9! : : :." .4" ''' : ly,set : ; This- Month.-
, :.r:' ,:. uiwagat%? ,taken from our: The,board met: Monday, ;Jan; '7th, .at

, .. s ,,:,;,-;"<.;-':' ,...-, ., .. ..'.. ....... .. l r>:,''the ..Jack 8.30 a.'m., Present, 8. F.', ,Gibbs; chair- '
:.- ,ii ,: .. 'r i -i IIE!>_ ; ," } -U nl n.and"Citizen : man; B.JMims,:J. M, Dixon and J..H.. : ::
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: tes of the last ::
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J f JUBSCBIPTIOl,$ : ti n ::0(' 'Florida by;'a meeting; i; were read and approved, The Makes the food more deifcknfs and wholesome < _,I

. r i-14t', _. .: 't75:. CENTS ;of:circu' instances Has treasurer' report for the month ..of December Kovoi CAH 3 fwun eo.,new wat. ...:;. r

; :. .,, >..,.:..-. -. I ',ci"'er.. 'i J&t to: ake anew route. in 'and for the month January up .,.hYAllnfORGE '.
; "-,', : '. -.A pp U'v. 'breadwinning. New to the 7th iDCIusive was :received, examined -
;{,_::."' :. ,',' in the state of Rhode Island In mem:1:
;: : ,' itt must be-dearly e,taken ihe,place of approved and ordered entered : PARt by .
minutes and the warrants filed.FINANCIAL 'of Lieutenant John Waterman, his -
; :Tm STAB nor;its> :never. in 'its_history the ,_ qry .
: :opinions expressed sTATE NT. being the'only Identified grave within .
tio ;-of, agriculture be TrrusviLLB: ,. FLA.,. Jan.-7, 1901. Plan to Preserve Revolutionary the confines of the camp.' The state .

P : :iSabBcribers will : nt. "as. in; this re To the Hon.A.A. Stewart, Clerk of the Circuit Battleground. 'Pennsylvania In .a. spasm of righteousness : -

BTU receive if'their they..will paper; Men 'who heretofore Court Special Correspondence of The Florida Star. purchased some years ago a ;"

j nothing else but the Sir:-In compliance ,with- section. 3, small portion of the field, about 200 ,.

?Commnnicatfana'on u fruits and mark chapter 4332,.l laws of Florida; we, hereby PHILADELPHIA', Jan. IB.-Twentj' acres In alt for a park, and the headquarters :;
of local interest, are file with you the following itemized miles from this city .as the" crow flies of Washington, have been .: ; J

reserves Brief items thejright of : have turned their'ai- statement of all school'.moneys received, Is_, 'a little" place of historic Interest rescued and are, being well cared for ,_;

f' desired. .' things, many of apportionments made and warrants issued whteh n___ bears_____ _mate_,_ evidence- of the by a memorial association. But the :'-:,'
rf : in the experimental, for the'month.ending the 7th day of neglect, forgetfulness and Ingratitude portion of, Valley Forge of the greatest ";:]'''j..

ODE'colonial" :: .sufficient!, ar- January, A. D. 1901.BECAPirULATION.. of the republic. Its .name is,one familiar Interest that part where the soldiers ,-".'
to afford"our: the to be and men bivouacked during the long :
"advantages to every boy and girl Ifl the
Balance in treasury at last rePort.2L81 and cold.rtnter and wet spring, has re- :;::. v:
;for s meJJ1t r ,holding a state fair, Total receipts to Jan. 7th, 1901__-__ 52957 ,land as that of the scene of hardihood, malned In private hands and subject to :
They will findk this channel the indi suffering and patriotism unsurpassedIn : '-
Porto Total_________________-__$ 55L44 the, v1c1ssltodes of fortune. =1
canes in of men, widely Warrants paid by treasurer...____ 549.30 bur annals. Valley Forge occupiestoo In spite of the gnawlngs of the tooth :
;storm Jn:;'Quami be grouped and con Balance hands of Treas.Jan.7,1901 2.U affectionate a place In' the heartsof of time. many of the old forts and re- J

bonic 'plague: ,in the results, of their Warrants issued Jan., 1901 ________ 1,262.51 all true Americans and possessestoo doubts are still plainly to be distinguished ..< ;
Deficit in funds...._.__________10,457.63"ITEMIZED ..
much of historic Interest for the The remains of "
and. .leprosy in ; ,an.d experiments Fort WashII1gton. =.'"'
RECEIPTS. fate that' hasovertaken, it.At- last the eastern bulwark of the ,', '-;
Cuba. eventually and analyzed, Balance in treasury at last reporl.2L81 however, the good .tidjpgs have cometh camp. are especially well presented. ." -''>::'
would find yellow on brought about, From v. tax 14. collector" co... school" levy. 1899 1900 372.83 4.50 .t .congress Is, about to rescue. the Its walls being about ten feet- high .
_' ti f
ing their at.ten't and also- the ,". polls. 1900 2200 dear old spot and make It a national Other fortifications also stand to give _7
, fc ; of ambition to excel '" East Coast By. donation of freight 75.86 park, so that lovers of our traditionsand evidence of the military skill of Wash- :z
IN the "subscription school, No. 102 27.01 history need not yet despair even and his officers. The '
opinion -:: therefore- let us "J. H. Sams, supt. sale of supplies 3.47 Ington points of '-
s* r. > If. previous reports to that effect hare most Interest to the casual visitors are. r"
: News, Col. Quay, : fair--a fair for the far- J. H. Sams, supt. examination fees 14.00
Returned overpaid Frichard & Son. 9.90 been cruelly false. doubt. the buildings that
no were the'f:.
r ia i( wonderful. the benefit of gricul-
' are' few men says : : .Total receipts.._____________f 551.44 The story of Valley Forge Is or quarters of the, American generals. .;;:
ought to be too well known to need The Washington headquarters; knownas 'o:::
! would have rec ITEMIZED- EXPENDITURES.Teachers' : .> repetition. Here from Dec." 19, 1777, Headquarters House, Is standing roan ;;
sa1aries.\- 00
X-- ---- -------- 1,040 3
vere a { Dispatch says J. H. Sams, salary county supt.___ 50.00S. to June 18,.1778, the Continental army, excellent state of preservation. It f
ceived at the David B., Hill ever F. Gibbs, per diem and mileage,__ 10.00 under George Washington, lay encamped ] Is of brick two stories In height with "::i;
vious R. E. Minis;, w ". II' 7.00 ; and suffered such privations and an outhouse, and' antedates the Reve:1
legislature available "
: presidential- J.M. Dixon 2.00 I
A"great: many' not depends' his C. W. Crabb, hauling supplies_______ 2.00 hardships that "at one time even the lutlon. The building bas been for )
upon Fee&Stewart,supplies for school No.33. 5.65 patriotism of those noble Americans .almost some years the property of a patriotic f'.
vania charge that lack of cleverness, in 21 2.75 gave way and only by the most order, and it has been converted Into .,
; rupt'in his Mr. Wm. Hindle, stove pipe" ''', 45 1.15 Rebellion '.
Bryan, whose strenuous exertions wasopen a national museum. In it are preserved ;
J. Pritchard & Son, stove pipe for
F, a .majority affection of his"par school No. 1 _________-L.: : _______ 7.25 prevented. Lack of food, of shelter many relics of the great commander :::
seem to favor th disaster and d& Milton Bradley & Co:, furniture for of clothing of fuel, disease and and his men. Its purchase and' .
.' r .,. school No. 2 ____________-->_______. 10.93 the fury of the elements all conspiredto rescue deserve particular notice, for :
wish Mr.
we Bryan Milton Bradley & Co., furniture for
IT is,'but. the advice of : school No. 6 -__________________ 10.93 weaken the fortitude of the men they demonstrate conclusively the need .
good Hinds& Noble, free text books____ 24.99 whom British valor could not conquer of action to reclaim all the historic '
the Democrats in'
; unmistaka Ginn & Co, 1.56 and British gold could-not tempt But monuments of this section. c'

- .i what dissatisfied delay until those I A, A. Stewart, clerk county court, re- love of country prevailed, and they WILLIAM PENN HASTINGS;
cording deed school No. 2----____ 1.50 "
! politics of their approve his every E. B. Wager, pub. Dec. statement __._ 2.00 withstood all and in the summer of
would hardly Century Seating Co., balance due on 1778 went forth to carry on the figh W. H. Robinson, a man of 50 or 55

'Senator,Hill to. to murmur. .furniture H. Sams ___n___________________ 7884J. to Its glorious conclusion. It Is to pre- years of age lately gardener at the Royal '
New; "York and - supt. expenses.3.96 serve for all future generations the Poinciana, was found dead in West Palm.

,DOYLE is writing an- Total expenditures____________ $1,282.51TUESDAY scene of such memorable sufferingsthat Beach near Dr. Potter's warehouse Mon-
the leading
:Holmes book. In JAN. 8. the movement to protect long day morning of last week. There were-

country.- It is_ the'series it will be The members of the board of public in- neglected Valley Forge has been start- no signs of foul play and the general suspicion -

how great this struction of Brevard county, elected in ed, and If any of the "spirit of '76" is that heart failure was the cause
the astute Sherlock remains In American breasts It should of his death.
but'is.probably November, 1900, were Messrs. J. M. Dixon -
it is not confined pass. in his chips. Dr. of Titusvilleesiding' in and for succeed.
races.'A' to resur- Valley Forge Is an extremely pictur- Weekly Weather Report. -
minority the attempt school district No. 1; R. N. Andrews, of
the resolution, will merely revert to Cocoa, residing in and for school districtNo. esque spot. It lies In a corner of Mont- U.8.DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WEATHER -

unpublished events 2; C. P. Platts, of Fort Pierce, resid- gomery'connty, formed by the con- BUREAU. .
vitation' would ing in and for school district No. 3. Of junction of the Valley creek and the Comparative statement of temperaturesand

adopted.. ; I career. these Messrs. J. M. Dixon, R. N. Andrews Schuylkill river. The country is roll- rainfall for the week ending Tuesday
-i,_- Ing and diversified, with woods and Jan. 15,1901.
F and C. P. Platts in
having met the 1901 1900
WE donot BANYAN. meadows
ravines miniature
office of the county superintendent of pub I DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN.
torn Y5 who : jury and counsel did lic instruction, each for himself having and many points of observation. It Is Jan." 9. 76 70 74 66
very quiet and undisturbed 10. 78 69 76 70
Henderson seri Henderson case. Now, presented his commission as a member of save by "
11. 78
73 76
for the .defense try said board the board the occasional patriotic visitor and the "
peal case to proceeded to com 12. 82 71 74 66
although'such a brute's life by an ,appeal? plete organization in compliance with lawas creek meanders along In Its lazy way 13. 72 61 62 53
with characters of this follows : through ground that has remained almost 14. 72 51 70 50
by them It is We exactly as It was a century and 15. 66 50 74 66
I trust
Judge On motion of Mr. Andrews, secondedby Total rainfall for the week, .15 inches
a quarter The
possible that
such plea and set a Mr. Platts, Mr. Dixon was elected as ago. country owesso Departure from the normal rainfall for the- .
M- the Sheriff'Brown much to the men of Valley Forge week minus
necessary to send chairman. Mr. R. E. Mims holding commission .63 inches.
has not extended over It a protecting Departure from normal rainfall since Jan.
: the case. The glory by the necktie of
as superintendent
county public -
hand. Only one monument marks the 1, 1901, plus .90 inches.
this That the instruction for the ensuing four
: years, spot where: thousands were earned. HAL P. HABDIN,
1 ed to defend the who has been appeared in person also atsaid meetingand Observer Weather Bureau.
coming That one was erected some
years ago Jupiter, Fla., Jan. 15,1901.
I assumed his duties The
; a fair show.for three years, is with us secretary. ,
beans. He came from board thus organized then fixed on the

nical point that ago as a stow-a-way and first Monday of each month as the day :Bond Lumber C ,,'
ed as a plea fora' in New York harbor for holding its meetings.In .
r weak one in our and swam ashore. He deference to a petition from the pa- On hand and Constantly Arriving,
predictthat no the spring and works in. trons of Viking school, Mr. A. Errickson

be,made. tp New York state, then was appointed supervisor.Miss L Ul\.I.BEB.. .

: -. .. wheat fields of Dakota, Helen Miller was assigned to teach Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work Balusters, Newel Posts,
the term of the Jensen school.
harvest time is over he unexpired
CONDITIONS Bean Orange Cabbage and Tomato Crates
L are Florida:. He" travels en- Miss Bessie Grisard was assigned as ,
for one the trains. teacher at Indianola. Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc.

that has been The limit of all schools being fixed at Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver
anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve right.
L a day. A bill Finances. six months, the application from Eden

in the: the report of Hon. Wm. clined school,with for an regret.Supervisor extension. of term, was de- Bond IjiTjL23Q.TDr: 0.

; woman's suffrage of Florida, the of school at Woodley was s. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager,
= : .. favor of the bill at the
treasury directed to procure _a stove _and T1't1.1sv111e. : F1or1d.a.J. .

vote. in -Kansas, were $989,058.49 to supervisor waveiana to purcnase
> '
I most .corrupt in Treasury Jan. 1, nine joints of stove pipe deemed necessary.The .

, city's politics, as making a total of $1- salary of county superintendentwas R. WALKER. C. J. SWAIN. ,,-: ; rr; alptit

hauled' fixed as by the previous board, at Fine Line ,.
r t. on being referred to was dis nine hundred dollars per annum. .
: "-:: ? .carriages./ This : : To general revenue, With a view to uniformity, and that of Furnitureto

I clared, is getting mill school tax, $95,548- all matters may reach the board from one arrive in a '- : [\ i.

i Z:, ,The "new" of health, $47,478.92; general source, it was ordered that all reports few days. i
'#' ..atonce up in fund, $180,034.72; school letters and correspondence relatingto : i -
; principal semi- schools well Call and see II ,
as as all communicationsfrom a ; r
f'-:, hot going.Topeka those' ; seminary fund inter- patrons and the public at large in our Fine Line of ; I' .
Tor tax, $44,049.40; mak- any manner pertaining to educational
R , with a balance affairs in the county, should be directed Ladies Shirt Waists.

#?' ONE of the to Mr. R.E. Mims, county superintendent, Also our new s' I ; -ate
receipts over disburse- at Bonaventure, Fla.
,_ honor of sailing was $52.143.08'. 'l'h? Iv-nw..1 n.", n..n..;.... '... ;n r r..;;..:__ Line of Ladies -. _
-- uuaiu aic uuauiiuuua ucu
.i.. as'Lipton next issued on the state that fewer official meetings can be held, Fine Underwear. ;

J fending the the year 1900 as follows : and yet no loss be sustained thereby, JOHN R. WALKER & CO. :
$ '. Thomas W. $39,192.45; judi that certain routine matter is safe in the P' "

E is very $99,175.22; .collection of keeping of its chairman and secretary; .
; state troops, 8360. that money can be saved in this way,
fancy racing GEO. N.
of lunatics $68,302.63; and an agreement reached; that the county HATCH, :: : : -
} cot;,.about as $177,831.34;state I superintendent confer with the state
x correctlines in $3,892.28 distri Dealer in ..
.. ; superintendent and learn if this course is General
z( the,right weight s arising from hire of lawful.and can be sanctioned by him. Merchandise,

cut of ; ; miscellaneous, Adjourned to meet at8 o'clock on Mon-
proper consisting of
Lawson thinks a total 68461169. day, February 4th, 1901. usually kept everything".1
indebtedness of the The secretary finds, on actual check of first-class general store.... FLA. ,z:
,about-right in by individuals only unpaid warrants, the financial conditionof .
T terrier valued at the board to be as follows: Take

cot for the coming Warrants outstanding._____________$10,585.96% Y-FIRE INSURANCE with c. S. Schuyler
.f.; win, while fishing from Less cash in hands of treasurer as i
value of the, dog, : dock .Miami per his last report______.._____ 2.14 Agent forth
Saturday Hartford /Etna
Liverpool and London
arises and
mised Globe 1
: shark measuring 7 feet 9J 'Deficit in funds.-----flO,563.82 Home, Continental, Providence & ,
: sailed; Washington
bas already required the help of Ball Rre-
: 'J. M. DIXON, Chairman.. man's Fund, and Sun Mutual.
':save won;several Megan to pull him in. Attest: R. E. MIMS;Secretary. ,
: For further information
*: etc, address or call on C.,S. SCHUYLEB TTTUSVILLE, FLA


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", ';. ')" .:: _. __ STAB* FRIDAY, Or' ,..._ .JANUARY... ? ___.". IS',.I-..1901.. _... 3 $
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t&. ," : .' '" .':,:' :..:: '. t1.(' '4td> ;' rtlwuelBirdJT 1 ::The.egg- broke,with>a_crash asfoot' mean1=1'Wfiy. wheui: he'isinvjteii; .t- : "" :1' '0' ','''. 'i. :ThliTell strnck 11 round ranch she talks
: : 'f t and tie i> pies more than the girl whois
x,, ,_= :' UTatlk&Stls! .. "'. _,ls'ItoWas-coverefrauiFesd"to to pay'the,bilL".-:: Chicago Record... and colds, hoarseness and croup;
$ -** *- *&TS j** >**f .
., .:_ : pccial correspondence of.The rl8 BS" With tl el liquid -
'fi. .. .: which :fiiied/it| TiletmattaeheaaIaagh .
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f'.,' i J. or A 'mt, >.. '.. {y : bronchitis'and la, grippe. :
< ; :i(4< q :l: ed J""rtUy: at- the It Girdles. the Globe .
.-, ,'. lA ;Jan.-. 14'Ostrich'tlar'miiig'is arlsitior's: : / V > even
.: scomritrej'nd' 'l Insistedon The
h > fame of Bncklen's Arnica Salve
/ as Pleurisy pneumonia and
ttrclal.Interests a feature'ot,' Boutnenicom-, l -,Pa.iDg{the", >inlt price... for the de.moilslied the best in theworld, extena\round conv VAr the worst

I*:j:: -4:1ore 'been that has' nevei'J f soocenir:: ,It is.: the. one. perfect 'healer of sum tioll'' are prevented > 4 l cases, are albyFoley's -
ro> -f'.If cuts, corns, barns, braises sores .scalds,
; F t... fm.D aid.fXoo1mS.J ; levedby
the.-American "publlc.. Neverttieiess4ind urn, boils, ulcers, felons, aches, pains, and :alt Honey and ways.rl

,- :withlltthcltmtts! tTsck onville; __?ThiL: season there is a large'death neamdng skin,eruptions; Only infallible pile cure.25c' v wGVV Fole/s Honey and.Tar. .
'f-- :but;a. few minutes'ride from themiddle' :children .fr m'"crone'and.:long : a box' at Wilson ''&Son's and J* :B.Screven's. Asthmaand, vO .VV Tar, ana in the early

,-ij-r troubles. Prompt action will the f 1 .
ofjth! ? ,there is.:an ostricl : save '
.. ; .-ta.rm"ot: large,proportions; where: little onesV'froro: 'theai .ter'rible, "diseaoes. consum stages, itcures, them.
the "
I We knot of nothing: BO*, certain_ to give Fitting;--A tailor made"suit is sometimes t' The proof that it has done these things *

c, 1:1: ;' instant! relief as One Minute Cough Jure.It followed by a lawyer made sail and Lion, We
is file your druggist. -
l on guarantee
,can i,also. }.relied upon:in .grippe and this in torn by a,,nonsuit.SLPaul Dis-
I all throat and lung ,troubles of adults. patch. it to do. all these things. '" h
i" Pleasant take: 'Wilson.& Son. 'Note; There is nothing"just as good" or .justthe same'! as .

[.. fr fcj v Foley'3 Honey and Tar, although there are substitutes oa which

,, .;Frederick, ,Harrison, the noted! ,, English A CLEAR t 3 dealers make more profit .<.
philosopher and critic, Has accepted ,an HEAD; BANNER SALVE cures piles. It's guaranteed. -

::. invitation- from "President Gilmar of good digestion; sound sleep; a .

;;. .: Johns!Hopkins University, to deliver alecture '
i : at that place during 'his coming fine appetite and a ripe old age:, B. R.WILSON & SON.

visit to this country. it1 are some of the results of the use

,.r ,
$.:1,. ,A_Prominent Chicago Woman L Speak qf Tutts.Liver 'Pills. A single .

Prof. Boxa Tyler, of Chicago, vice- dose will convince you of their ANew Rival "Leader "Repeater."
tt. president Illinois oman'a Alliance, in I ,
speaking of Chamberlain's Cough Reme wonderful effects and virtue.

if"ff dy, eaya: "I suffered with a severe. cold
:, this-winter w rich threatened to run intoT A Known Fact.
rr .... umonia. T tried different remedies WINCHESTER

'*' Snap,ihot'b/Harold Turner; but I seemed.t grow worse and the medicine Ah-absolute cure for sick head :
upset my stomach.. A friend advised >
THE COCK 6y THB WALK. me to try Chamberlain's Cough ache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour ;

::"'!' muscular: and hard but gaudily.coated"birds Remedy, and I found it:was pleasant to stomach dizziness Loaded Shotgun Shells. -
4t are raised by the hundred., Thousands take and relieved me at once. I am constipationbilious Factory

:'t' of the much demanded feathersare now entirely recovered, saved a doctor's fever, piles, torpid liver i
bill, time and suffering'and I will never
plucked here yearly and suppliedto be'withbut splendid medicine again." and all kindred diseases. "New Rival" loaded with Black powders "Leader"and
the domestic,' market. The i
traffic. For sale by B..R. Wilson .Son.
bas proved a paying investment and Tuft's Liver Pills "Repeater" loaded with Smokeless-.powders. Insist. ti
although the ,difficulties : ,
attending the
Requires Experience. Waiter'- "I upon having them, take no others, and you will get the
founding ostrich farm
an .are considerable '
4 "
spik some Injjlesh, monsieur. ,Customer ,
.: ,' yet the results have been -"Oh! very well, but most of the PROFESSIONAL CARDS. best shells that money can buy.
found to make the worth .
experience '.'
waiters understand French. Waiter
the while., It'ls"verY probable that ber: "Pardon, ,monsieurl but maybe I haC GEORGE M..ROBBINATl'ORNEY ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM. zF

t ,re'ih twentieth, century! Is very far, AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
f1o; not been long enough in ze country to ,
,: ostrich farms will be
: gone scattered
4 broadcast understand ze ,custoinaries' French.- \will practice in State and 'United States
throughout the. lower,
> ern states.* The similarity between.the Courts.Office at Titnsville, Florida. : '1'

: climate of this section and that of \ Blown, to Atoms. e
South Africa, the natural home of the The old idea that the body sometimes

powerful bird is chiefly responsible for needs a powerful, 'drastic, purgative pill ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ?' -
'+: the' conditions permitting successful has been exploded; for Dr. King's New TITUSVILLE, -' FLORIDA. .

ostrich California has Life Pills, winch are perfectly harmless,
raising. also County judge of Brevard county. Will practice _
.' been found. .to be .a good locality for gently, stimulate liver' and bowels to ex- in all the courts of the 7th judicial circuit ALL THE GOLD

:. the raising of ostriches,. and in the pel poisonous? matter, cleanse the system of Florida. IN KLONDIKE
and absolutely cure constipation and sick .
neighborhood of Pasadena several :
: headache. Only 25c., at Wilson & Son's DUNCAN U. FLETCHER,
: -farms are flourishing. Less than 20 and J. B. Screven's drug store. 1 could buy no better, more
'_ years ago the only ostriches to be ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, : carefully and accurately
found on American soil In thetents' constructed or more intelligently
were Reconciled.-!"They .are going to sing
: designed wheels
of showmen and ostrich farming' Bixby's latest sentimental ballad when than
:. .; had not been thought. of outside the .
the condemned man is led to the fatal GOLDSMITH. ,
t ,
Transvaal. Even. now the ostrich chair." "Isn't that somewhat singular?"
t farm Is commonly regarded asa sort ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
"Yes. But the murderer requested it as
of side show and its 'main revenue TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
a last favor. He says it kind _0' .recan-
h the gate fees gathered from ,the Infrequent ciles him to sudden' death.. "-Cleveland Prosecuting attorney for Brevard county 1
b: tourist. The contrary, however, Plain Dealer Notary public. Will practice in all courts of = BICYCLES .
the state.A. .
is true.

To uninitiated,an ostrich farm Is For Over Fifty Years .
.a succession of Interesting sights and MBS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has been
c used for over fifty years by millions of mothersfor ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, $40 '
a. surprises. The ungainly, long legged, their children whUe teething with perfect Rice
long necked',,creatures arenever, still success. It soothes the child softens the gums TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
allays all pain cures wind colic, and is the best There wheels which
t unless squatting on a nest of their owntremendous remedy for Diarrhoea.. (t will relieve the poor Will practice in the courts of the 7th judicial are but
Sold I are higher priced
little sufferer immediately. by Druggists
eggs, and'one' of their.chief la every part of the world. Twenty-five centsa circuit. \ economical and original *_
forms of amusement. Is to poke bottle. Be sure and ask for "}Irs. Wins- manufacturing and selling
low's Sonthingbyrup"and tatno other Kind methods have made the
their heads over the fence bars and JAMES ANDREWS, Rambler price possible, j x

snatch from the unsuspecting sightseers WANTED. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, S "for the best Ramblers ever built" '

with their beaks hats, canes or Main office and address, Tibbals, Florida we ask you to call and see
umbrellas.The Office at Fort Pierce, Fla., upon the 2nd and Ramblers and secure a Col-
for of ored Poster Covered Booklet
} Reliable man Manager
average bird weighs from 250 4th Fridays of each month "JUST or AOL"

to 400, pounds ,and stands from seven Branch Office'we wish to open in Notary Public State at Large.F. .

to eight feet high; he is omnivorous," this vicinity. If your record is 0. J. WEBB,
t carnivorous to some extent' and voracious
K, here is an opportunity. Kindly ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
1 ; he will eat stones, leather,
:oranges and has been known to swallow give good reference when writing. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

t gimlets, lighted, pipes, and even THE A. T. MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE, Will practice in the courts of the 7th judicial E. B. WAGER, Agent, Titusville, Fla.

newspapers properly rolled for con. c_ CINCINNATI OHIO. circuit. ', :

'f sumption.. Illustrated catalogue 4cts. stamps.
t Harold Turner arepresentatlve'ot a M.D.. L. DODSON, .

New York magazine recently spent
... TIME
t several weeks here in Jacksonville Dentist.Office .QoICK
t making a study of ostriches., Mr. Turner r at residence, first door south of the t

t tells of an ,amusing sIght he witnessed county jail. Only first class work, WASHINGTON
t at the farm ,In question. While at greatly reduced pr:
1 standing near 6ne.of.the pens one,aft- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, r

t ernoon endeavoring to geta' snap shot HEW YORK,
of a group of the.birds be saw a' party 4 LOUISVILLE, .,

1 of tourists walking' toward the gates CINCINNATI ..
'1 on their way out of the inclosure. ATLANTA,
.. .

t. .. f ,., L000.OO R A I L W AY CHATTANOOGA, .


. t, r And all Points East and West ,,

, has brought permanent relief to a million V
suffering women who were on their tNO
way to premature paves Mrs.Mitchellwas ::, OTHER LINESERVICE AFFORDS O _
;, fast declining in health,when Wineof rTRADE! LIKE_THIS.
, Cardui performed a"wonderful cure"in
,. her case. She Buffered with the ago-
,t. nies of falling the womb,leucorrhcea THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, 1
and profuse menstruation. The weekly MARK
appearance of the mensesfortwo months 1870 Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. .
\ sapped her vitality until she was a phys
ical wreck. Her nervous system gave .. i
a way. Then came the.trial of Wine of ,
Cardui and the cure. Mrs. Mitchell's BALKE'SLIVE : '
Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
experience ought to commend Wine ofCardui ; ,
: to suffering women in words of .

OAK Via Jesup.
\ \ V\ 0 .
within the reach of all.' Women who 411 i
.. try It are relie(ed. Ask jour druggistfor Via Jesup.
a$1 bottle of Wineof Cardui,and do.
not take a substitute if tendered you. WHISKEYSOFTENED .
Mrs Willie Mitchell,South Gaston,N.C.: Through Vestlbuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room ,
,: '"Snap shot by Harold-Tumor.- ... wine of Cardui and Tbedford'i Black Sleeping Cars, Through Coaches Elegant Dining Car*. '
Draught have performed a miraculous cure
WAITING FOB DDXEB. in my ease Iliad been a great sufferer BY ACE. ..t;
, falling of the womb and leucorrhcea
, Suddenly one of the party spied an and my menses came every week for two Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and CincUnatl. 0 --i:ii

4: ostrich's egg lying Jiear by: on the months-Induced.nd were me to very try painful.Wine of My Car4uiand'Blaet..oraught. husband Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition.Is via Asheville, N.C., and Knoxville, through "THE LAND OP THE SKY P ;::1

...: .*. and DOW the leucor- 1 ., ;
; ground.' has disappeared,and am restored t) .
"Here, l t's take this with us," he rhcea perfect health. the best and purest Through Trains via Southern Railway are BOW Operated TIn ,f -

.here.charge a dollar Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
"The people
4 In cases requiring special
We'll get this for oirectiona address giving Rye Whiskey sold
s for an 'egg. "The Ladies' Advisory :
.t. ; nothing/:,!, x' I: /_. &tmaaop.T Department cina.; Th.Cft : in the South. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS tt Vary Lot Rates oa Sale luna 1 to Sept 30,1801 i. r
J After making sure that;;none of the {. t : &. .
el'stranger y zJ t '. Tor rates, schedule and information, call on or address '

.Si f wrapped employee the';wail egg atcldng In a coat, tucked ,it It F. BALKE & CO., Proprietors, W. T. COSBY T. P, A., \ ,
J13 West Bay gtmt.JacisoavUU ... !
,{ ", underfills arm:and,;tried toappear.un- ,CINCINNATI U. S. A. j
J. M. GULP, IT. A. TUBE: : S. H. HAIDWICXf ,- 1 '
!O, eon ruedas, .he.approacbgdthegate; Orders mailed to our -bead,, office will be
Tram Manager, .gen. Pasg.Agt., ..'Gea Pus..i.I\, i iVTMaln : "
i wa 1.' where a couple; of fheattendants. :ed frost out;ceareat accredited distribute ', ton.Tki:. I.,." "' -Waihlneton.HP.. 'i- 'JUtesta.Qa" ]I-

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