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.
General Note:
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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I> A; Special o rreepon-t'den; e of The- Florida Star. and out everyday.I : : i ,

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:LAKEWpOD,_ K X, 'JaaR.22 end? -
; helghto: ?' tiie season here a haven of tne .
,.I.... gay and hundreds rest, where those who age
of-so. called invalids' are enjoy-, temporarily worn, out 'lnthe 'strugglefor Can you a 'v

,tng;-life.... Jria ;!?energetic. fashion.Butypnr the. almighty dollar could snatch a pull out a ; 4' 1eF' ,- ;,i MZ 3tv

} .society InTalid- Is rarely seriously breath of fresh pine laden air and forget handfultAIR x !;

= III .Most, ; -fashionable for a brief time that they were 1
.' women money' 'earners.It Is,, probable by running : !
very '
have some, kind of ailment, which,no ,
Lakewood has '
saved the. life"of
1 would your
one suspect them'of and which: more than'one hard worker too busy to fingers through it? .
only comes nfo''eYld \
nc when they farther
-V go ,away In search of rest and
heed, a change,ots. 'ene\, and they must i amusement LOUISE''.MAYWAKD., Does it :seem dry and ,--a -.y

Invent an'excise, for,the same.- There" I ",, ---- lifeless?
Bat Out of an Increase of His Pension, ... .
Is,no doubt that it Is the fashion to'rundown Give your hair a a.
A Mexican
war veteran and prominent
to, Lakewood for'Jrwo or three chance. Feed af7
editor it.
: 'Seeing the advertisementof
weeks during the;wintered there are Chamberlain's, Colic, Cholera and The roots are not 1 J

some who spend, even,as long as several Diarrhoea Remedy, lam_reminded thatas '
months. 'The.two principal,hotels,' a soldier in Mexico in '47 and '48, I dead ; they are weak 1 n' ,

the,Laurel,In the Pines and the Lakewood contracted Mexican Diarrhoea, and because they arestarvedthat's
this remedy as' kept me from gettingan ? .
are ,In full swing and most ofthe i increase all.
in my pension, for on every : '
cottages are occupied.of renewal a dose of it restores me." It is The

course the Goulds ,have, a houseful unequalled as a quick cure for 'diarrhoeaand
: of friends, and polo Is .the is pleasant and safe to take. For besthair. TRZ-'\A7-TmnT3T T SAZLJNGS:
sale by B. H. Wilson & Son. .
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among the, ,masculine element The .. BETWEENJACKSONVILLE .: :

:1.,- Georgian Court polo grounds are'-the Representative Driggs, who found seventeen food AND NEW YORKCalling '
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finest In this
country, and George is
, ',: Gould has 50) polo ponies in his stables. enunciatory'adjectives with at Charleston, S.,C., both ways. .,',
which to characterize of
act hazing
one i
f Dwight Harris --the railroad The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service. :''
; financier, _,,
F deserves to be known as the Thesaurus of I'Qor ,,
has arrived also '
his family and the House. He is a 'walking repositoryof THE CLYDE NEW. ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES.. 1 .
he much
' T spends of his time with his
words. :; ..Direct Service Between ; i"
1 cousin. If don't want .
you Jacksonville'Boston and Providence and All Eastern Points. '
:, The three ,:
daughters S. B. Ferris' Lingering LaGrippe Cough. hair to die
; are the most brilliant your Calling at Charleston both ": .t
among hostessesof ways. :
G. Vacher 157 St. .
Osgood Chicago, Hair ,
the younger set. They SAILINGS.
are charming
wife had '"
" says: "My a severe, case
very Southbound-From Lewis Wharf, Breton.: Northbound-From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville "- :' _
" young women and 'they always give lagrippe, and it left her with a. very once a day. It makes
one or more memorable entertainments bad cough. She'tried a bottle of Foley's the hair CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE., ,. ;" ,
during the season. Speaking' of the Honey and Tar and it save immediate grow, stops. DEBABT LINE. :-

.' .younger set reminds methat, the debutof relief. A 50 cent bottle cured her cough tailing, ana cures dan Between Jacksonville and. Sanford, ,.
Price 25c and 50c.
entirely. ,
Miss Bessie Leeds was a recent druff.
'J Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (DeLand), Blue Springs, and '" ',' "
event here. She Is a stunnlng'brunette, It. is safer J.o'marry thrifty woman It always restores intermediate landings on St. Johns River. ,' "
and as she is quite'an heiress her entree Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," CAPT. W. A. SHAW, >} .-
with only 15 cents than it is to wed a color to gray or faded
into society has' been the. excuse is appointed to sail as follows: :
vain belle with $15,000. Galveston
for a great deal of gayety. News. hair; it never fails. Leaves Jacksonville 3:30: p. m. SundaysTuesdays and Thursdays. if
.t Jasper Lynch, the famous ex-cham- $..0& a bottle. All druggists. Leaves Sanford 9 a.m., :Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ,:1

pion of the. golf club, has returnedto "One bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor Southbound SCHEDULE. Northbound "
Foley's Honey and Tar my hair from falling out
his lordly stone castle on Forest sped it to again nicely" read down read up
!I Cough Syrup wherever introduced is con JPLICS grow WITT, Leave 3 30 pm_._.___..__________...__Jacksonville______.___ ________..__..Arrive 2 00 am
avenue, and he will doubtless make sidered the most pleasant and effective March 28,1899. Canova, S.Dak."Aver's 8 45 pm__._.____________.. ._...-Palatka__.---.---.---_----------Leave 8 00 pm .
many more famous drives ,and clever remedy for all throat and Inng com t Hair Vigor completely 3 00 am____,-----....-...... ..___.Astor____________________________ 2 30 pm
brassie strokes to the edification of plaints. It is the only prominent cough cored me from dandruff,with whichI 4 30 am_______-_______________St. Francis_________________._.____ 100 pm
the crowd which the medicine that contains and was greatly afflicted.The growth of ____________i_________Beresford (DeLand)._______________ 12 00 n'n
always throngs, no opiates, my hair since its use has been something 6 00 am_____________.___._______Blue Springs______ .__.............. 1100 am
golf links. In fact, golfing is the prin- that can safely be given to children. 25 wonderful." GREENE Arrive 8 30 am____.----__-_------ ----___Sanford.___.'.___.__________.-____ 9 00 am ,
and 50c. Wilson & Son. LENA G. '
cipal form of amusement at Lakewood ;
and hours April 13,1899. NewYorkN.Y. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
the'.mornlng are
If you do not obtain all the benefits .
usually kept sacred to this grave and "This is an awful green sleeping car yon expected from the use of the Hair W. H.WARBURTON,T. P. A., F. M. IRON MONGER, JB., F. P.A.,
Vigor,write the Doctor about it. 19 State St., New York. 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
weighty sport. I hale never seen porter. The conductor told him to blacken DR.J.C.AVER Lowell,Haas. ,
A. C. HAGERTY, Passenger Agent C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla.Supt '
shoe he found the berths.
such ardent enthusiasts as In this every by
19 State street.New York. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla.
place. Some old hands can play for. "Did he?" "Yes. He even blackenedthe THOS. D. HALEY, Local Freight Agent JOHN L.HOWARD, Superintendent, ,I- "

hours without saying a single word or tan shoes.""-Chicago News. Foot Hogan St., JacksonvilleFla. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla.
smilitfg. I'don't for Office Seeker.: I think my campaignwork THEO. G. EGER General Vanager. WM. P. CLYDE& CO., General Agents.
even care
gamesof I'
Chesebrough Building.19 State Street,Opposite Battery Park New York.
ECZEMA, ITCHING HUMORS,PIMPLES should entitle to office.
that sort. ,It is too much like work. me an

'. I won't'speak'of the Ice boating, because -CURED BY B. B. B. Leader.-I never heard of ydu. Office -- -- -, --- .ti.
that Is. almost over now, al i Eottle Flee-to Sufferers. Seeker.-Well, I "also spoke" on 21 different -
though there has been a good deal of occasions.-Philadelphia Press.
Does your skin itch and burn? Distressing
It, 'on Lake Garasaljo: By the 1.1
_way eruptions on the skin so you feel ashamed to i
few people know the origin of-that be seen in company?Do scabs and scales formon WANTED. 'I
queer name. A certain man of the the skin, hair or scalp? Have you eczema? i
Skin sore and cracked? Rash form on the skin? Reliable for of
Pricking pain in the skin? Boils? Pimples? man Manager I GOOD REASONS
Bone pains? Swollen joints? Falling hair? All Branch Office we wish to open in !
run down? Skin pale?Old sores? Eating sores? I
Ulcers? To cure to stay cured take B. B. B. this vicinity. If your record is 0.

(Botanic Blood Balm), which makes the blood K, here is an opportunity. Kindly !I
pure and rich. B. B. B. will cause the sores
t E to heal, itching of eczema to stop forever, the give good reference when writing.THE i fOR USING i
skin to become clear and the breath sweet.B. .
., B. B. is just the remedy ycu have been A. T. MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE,
looting for. Thoroughly tested for 30 years. CINCINNATI. OHIO. e
Our readers are advised to try B. B. B. For
sale by druggists:: at $1, per large bottle; six Illustrated catalogue 4cts. stamp
large bottles (full treatment) $5. Be sure the
bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm. Complete .j 1 1r i
CASTOR.rA.: : : .
directions with each bottle. So sufferers may
test it.a-trial bottle given away. Write for Be"he" The KM You Have! Always Bought 1R-iAN12

it. Address BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.Describe Signature 1// #, ;
your trouble and free personal med. of i
ical advice given. B. B. B. for sale by J. B. ,
Screven, druggist,Titusville. 2 !

In the Bank.-"I see that Senator Boar
places industry above genius." "That's ; CRYSTAL LENSES : They cure functional and gastric Q

all right, hut where does he place money \ TRADE MARK.

?"-Cleveland, Plain Dealer. : ftwllty Tint and Always. : disorders of the stomach and = j je

Thousands Have Sidney Trouble G) t

and. Don't Know it. contribute to the health of the entire i

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How,To Find Out. .
,-. Fill a bottle or common glass with your : system by sett'every organ nI '
: water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a

__ i 4 I"\'. _. sediment or settling @IL .
indicates an TO work. II
condition \ I
WOOD. neys; if it stains : They stimulate a normal flow @

name of, Brick owned most of the your linen it is

land In_the. faroff times before LakeWood evidence of kid- DRUCCIST, ,' of B I i

was discovered. He had three ney trouble; too S gastric juice* i ;
daughters, Carrie, Sallle and Jo, so he frequent desire to Has the Sale of These Celebrated GlassesIN "

named the' lake after all three of them .. or pain in .- Th t_ I ;
-* --- back is also prevent entation m
the ;
--Cara-sal-jo-and thus It has convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder f 1lI

ed until this day. are out of order. From the Factory of.... .
But 'I ,mustn't forget to speak about What to Do. ; : the stomach and intestines : -4

the pina walks of this place, which are There is comfort in iuiowledge; so Kellam & Moore,

Justly mind In extends particular around I hatein the often Root,expressed the great,kidney that Dr.remedy f -Zi's fulfills Swamp-every The only complete Optical plant in the I : They relieve gastric and intestinal : ; l

lake and which Is Just four miles long. wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the South, Atlanta, Ga. '
the fashiona back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part .
it This Is much affected by resort to.which of the urinary passage. It corrects inability ,': pain* ; ,
ble. There was another ; to hold water and scalding pain in passing .
the more romantic element used *o It, or bad effects following use of liquor, and I II -
KodolDyspepsia They act at }
make pilgrimages, and this was the famous wine or beer,and overcomes that unpleasant once, co tinue. : .

Kissing bridge. It was a pret necessity of being compelled to go often :

tily constructed little rustic,bridge but' during the day, and to get up many times I I I : to act as long as food remains in :
unfortunately George Gould needed It, during the night. The mild and the extraordinary f.l1

and s'o' he built .a useful ,.and homely effect of Swamp-Root is soon CureDigests j I. ,iS
all realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful the IJi.
stone affair In Its stead and killed cures of the most distressing cases. J dig estive tract. e ; .

the romance attached to the spotThe If need a medicine you should have the what you eat.It ,

great attraction of Lakewood, Sold by druggists inSOc.andl. sizes. artificially digests the food and aids : They cost only five cents for : :

however, is not Its open air sports nor You may have a sample bottle"**of this Nature in strengthening and recon- 1 ;t
the who crowd there so much as wonderful discovery or-!
people structing the exhausted digestive
the wonderful'climate., Here, within and a book that tells "w gans. It is the latest discovered digest- I I : ten Tabules at all drug stores. : 1.

two'borlra of.New York, we have the more about it,both sent ant and tonic. No other preparation <

bracing atmosphere of the Adirondacka. absolutely free by mail. can'approach' it in efficiency. It instantly i
address Dr. Kilmer' & some of swampiootCo. and permanently curef .A. 'tJ
It Is Impossible to give an Idea When writing men relieves T.rACTED-A OM CC bad haahr that; $I-PA'l19 *ffl DOt bewfit no bah .., ;
of the ., Binghamton, N.Y. Dyspepsia, 'Indigestion, Heartburn,. IT pain Md proton* la.ttt, relict woes *ajK sa< a ,
ofthe exhilarating Influence in this 0ke wad BOMUNCtaito. $lPliwtteei"' .i torle .
this offer paper Nausea, l / "u/4raf .
Stomach +
tion reading w.y
charming little Flatulence, Sour .* He *ea4 Lo".m.'W MfVi tori i !EI
pine la'den air of this Headache GastralglaCramps andallotherresultsof I wavesswwl neslas I ,>Mnwlt.t erie 1, .
Sick ,
tillage, set In the,heart of. the forestAll imperfect digestion. .,\ ."It

sorts of nervous_away ailments, and and, tne tiredfeellngsVreBOOthed thin : ,Beet PISO'S CUfi ttmsH S WHtR Sjroj.CURE ALL Tw USt s Good.f AILS.FOR,Use,i ffislw.BookallatoutdyspepsiaraaUedfreePrepared size contains 214 times I :.e.e.e.e.e.eol...'..*' F;t .,

overworked( man or woman finds here In time. Sold by druggists. by E.C. DtWITT A CO. Chicago ..... ....
CQMSUMTTtOMl ;.* : -. --- -- -
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nearness Wilson
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(f'=-_ :,.-,:::. N .:5COCOA" _BUSINESS. DIRECTOEY.4"S ,. '., Ff4 tonjand'wife; of.Cleveland,'are:'guests'of ; -" COCOAS "* .' Threatened with Consumption.C. races

:,:,,- ; :;,t;'--.;;<.';:'>;::'1.:, ..':!:W.L. GHLETT-'; ,D.;..L.>T-DANIEL the Hotel-Indian'River..-, y ; Will Singleton i(:;now dispensing meat linger'212' ,Maple St.., Champaign, SEQfi'g: t

<;.,:<- { v-r i ";:" .:::D. D. OfficoroverrThe 'Indian.River atE, ; CJohnaon., DL, writes* .
&*&?& '" rs.X J:, Whiteentertained. :Palmetto r G '
/:1i' ; : ,_. Drag CO'B stores,the leading Drngesfeblish- { I was troubled with a hacking" cough
r! : :.,:, ,:=-'f:":::_ 't : ':,. .. men,of the Indian river country. ,?r." ,' ,. jEgehrtf dub- on..-Wednesday. after 1jr.;E.. (-Johnson's' new :horse is-a for a.year and. I thought I had, the' con-

;;$*.:.,"q--'O,:_::''e:-'',_,;.'-;'.:.. ,8.F.TRAVIS.,tt CON,Exclusive"WbO1e- de noon, ihd'Mrs..G.Coggin entertained fins animal and an excellent' ,tm'veler.Jfe'mak sumption. I tried a great many remedies r
' '7:. ':: Grocers;carrY the largest. stock of General hem,on Wednesday of Jast week. a-fine appearance in harness. :and was under the care of physicians FO"CATA'O'U"

II-" ,.,.:;". ,, :Merchandise on the east'..coastof Florida.Can : The'Eyer'building ,is much improved for several months. I used"one EGAL
*'1 ; :" .: "' meet all.competition." Write for pnces.f Mri and Mrs. ::L:, S. Whitney, and : bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and it L I
1t :,' .:< ,.: ;. daughter?,'Misses Ethel .and Elizabeth, by Jits new coat of paint The coatis aired me, and have not been troubled .

E.: -: :: ': / :. ; WILLIADf'HINDLE.Undertaker: and,Em-_ are' stopping 'at The. PIaz ; They are waterproof and will be- of excellent'value since. .Wilson &Son. THE $ {

1-:...I'i, ,!.- balmerBicyclesand'SewingMachinesupphtTinningandPipe : to the structure.. H. 1 w. B. DREW
n. : :- -." __ -." .- -. Fitting. Repairing prominent people of.Louisville. Ky. '
:?: : y-':': ,, :'.. :.- of Every Description. 'Agent.for Beveridge 1Ir and.' 'Mrs I. G.Vishion'and'Mr.andMrs. .Me rs:R. B. Holmes, )I..C. Eyer;and Orange Grove Bargain.Owner .
::1- '," : juideareoff prolong Jinnt-for
1'i/ : Hofeller of Buffalo visitors at of two will sell JACKSONVILLE.the .
t ; ; ::- ''':, ; ,.are big fun orange groves
gameand We
.& t .'..,. --': .'r.,".'..- : ,.-" FRANK LIPP-Practl Shoemaker;, Forty the New Rockledge. They are prominent big hope they. either one of them in order to give entire
=- will find all
:= : r:?::. ; :" yearsexperience; all kindof repairingdone the PanAmericanLexposition they seek.__ attention to the other. One has 100
., ftJ ..- :.;:. '. ,nice;'also ladiea'.and men' peopleof Mr. F. C. Cantine has returned to .his trees, 50 bearing, about 50' boxes orangeson

::'j-:e .': .--shoes,made to order. city.Mr. duties in New York city after a short now, tract contains 15 acres, bear JONH N.C, STOCKTON, President,
r-, : :" ': :' THE TBAFFOBD 'BAKEBY.-First quality Tom .Howea 'arrived 'Monday to visit"to his Indian river home Mims station, price, if taken at once THOMAS P. Dx mAN, Cashier _
,made of high grade floor;sent to any leaving 800. The other is in Tnmbull JAruD.. BAKES, Ass't. Cashier.
._' ;' address also never failing home-made yeast take his position as station and express here Thursday of !last week. grove ,
r, ?: = ; hammock, has 200 trees, about half bear- ,
I'Bread, ". Saturday. agent at Rockledge.' Tom's old friendsat
cakes. Ice Cream every -r-
';, A very pretty and, trim little launch ing. If you mean business and want
andG are all glad to Bank of
Rockledge National
:< > GOTO J.M. SANDERS, The Old Sellable arrived the first part of this week for Mr. either of these properties address V.;

,J:7\ .- .', Store, for'good,:fresh" and reliable goodseach see him again. ,. Averill, of Coquina. Mr. W. E.'Booth care STAR office, Titusville.
. Dry Goods, Saddlery,. Crockery,
-:" : and :full line of Groceries. Some minstrels from the Hotel Indian bad charge of the launching of it. -
! 5; ": Hats,Trunks, a C.A. 'ORIA.
.;$ .' -. River force were strolling about Tuesday Dr. J. 0. Scofield's brother, Mr. G,A. Th9 Kind Yon Hate Always Baugtt State of Florida
-;- : JABVIS.HOUSE-Open all the year round. evening and entertaining the people with Bears tieSignature : _
:, i. >,-I-.: Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront Scofield and family, arrived from the *-
i" } -.' Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by They are fine singers, and north last week and are pleasantly located of .
fi ;,' ';; -.: <-'- ;" the week or month. raked in the shekels not a,few. in the doctor's home on Palmetto avenue. CAPITAL 10000000.

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: 1:: :': .. Mrs. W. H. Gale, of Chicago, is -enjoying .Mr. Henry. Banks, a prominent resident Desiraated depository of the State of Flor
t :. ", : the weather in the ida and of the of Jacksonville. Solicits
d '. I INDIAN RIPER'( RIPPLES.l( balmy sunny of the "empire state of the south, City
: ,.,. .,",, ." south and is stopping at The Plaza. has arrived on Indian river and is stop accounts of all classes and offers every facility
ft ; : 'of the firm of Gale & Block! consistent with prudent banking. Recognizing *. --;
? at his winter home and
' } accumulate
'a: : Personal and Newsy: Briefs orange grove the needs of that class who a
". oicr.. ., Paragraph a large drug firm of that city. at'City Point. surplus, we will allow interest on time de-
11. t :>, ..;: ;' at Towns Along the Coast. posits.. We invite attention to the statement
Messrs. J. M. Settle and P. C. Earth Mr. Morris has
:.:""c.. :' :' '" ',...-" Weinberg graduatedfrom below, condensed from our last official reportto
:Ii:'>- r-r-'. ., ROCKLEDGE."f' .. of Louisville,.Ky., who have been guests knee pants into long clothes and is the honorable controller of the currency:
# = ; at.The Plaza and the the obliging clerk at the Indian River
enjoying hunting
: :
;" of Atlanta Ga. is -
i ;- Mr. L. de Give, .registered CONDENSED
t, ..' and fishing,'left on-Wednesday for their Drug.Co's store. He deserves success, tAt
; ,: -" at The Plaza? 4
; *.."i-.t : home in the blue grass country. for he is steady and industrious, kind and STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Mr. B. Dean of Palm Beach, is sheltered .
obliging.Mr. close of business June 29, 1900.
?;>"' >, <: at The Plaza.; Miss Caroline ,B. Ba'ssett, of New Haven -
..: -: is the pianist at the New Rockledge, Asa Paine and'famity, and Mr.
;,. ,. ; Mr. W. .A. Gregory, of Minneapolis, and a fine musician she is. Her playing and Mrs. C. J. Ross, of Carlton, Minn., F .: ,, s. RESOURCES.

&.- :. is at the Hotel Indian River. here for'the winter and Loans and discounts ..___$253,084.19
: are are located at ---------
:_ for the at the
dancing hop on
X- ______
United States bonds ._____.._ 101,000.00Premium
R &: 2, Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, of Buffalo., N. received many compliments.Dr. Mr. Paine's mother's place at the southof $ a... i.w i on U. S bonds_________ 3,475.87

!:, Y., are guests of. White's cottage. town, on Indian River avenue. His Bonds, stocks and securities___ 145,089.73 r
ff . '' \' wife of New .W. H. Schoonmaker and son, of mother, Mis. J. M. Paine, and her daughters TOO LATEto Banking house, furniture and Fix., 44,417.62
: ,-:. Mr. J. W. Chapman and ______.. _
New York city, arrived last week and Misses Cordelia: and Ellen, are off think of insurance when the house is real estate owned 6,700.00
<'. : York late arrivals at The,Plaza. Cash and Due from other banks__
: are their old the'New Rock- 186,834.12
: .: .. are at quarters, on an extended tour through Europe.The in flames. The time to consider it is all
.\ f.> '. : .C. Mr:and Mrs. Allen Crawford and son, ledge, enjoying the fishing and hunting school the time previous to that. $660,591.12

:* ( :Y- :; -: of Michigan, are stopping at White's cote furnished by the Indian:river section. children miss Miss Helen And I can help you to reach a decisionas
&.t from
Singleton among their number.
to the amount ofINSURANCE
3-$". .:",'..'...:_-, '' tage. Mr. C. J. Root, of Bristol, Conn.: who Miss Helen;like her older sisters, has
. .. < doesn't have much Capital stock .: _____..___$100,000.00 +
: ? Miss Kate,Eyer high ambitions and she --- ----- .
', owns fine in South Rook left the first of
orange grove
_______ _
Surplus and profits _..___ 28,708 93
& : :', .":. trouble keeping, track .of her keys any ledge, is a late arrival to'view his posses- the month and entered the normal school to be placed on business premises, stock, Circulating notes..___.._______.._ 100,000.00

..J.,.': c. more. sions. He is accompanied by Mr. 0. M. DeFuniak Springs. She passed a very residence, furniture, etc., and the com- Dividends uncalled for_______..___ 200.00

*iW ffe< ;;; ,( .Mr. A. N. Clark is building a large addition Edgerton, and they are quartered. at the good examination upon entering, the panies to place it with.I Deposits-------------. ______..__ 431,682.59
RIver grade would have secured for her second represent all the best companies, and .
:: :: _. to hIS residence' on Indian New Rockledge. a solicit your insurance business. Write $660,591.12The
"" : > grade certificate for -4
" :5 ;:'::!' : Avenue.. teaching. May every for rates on properties. .
, -:' .;. :: .. Mr. Geo. Sebring, of Sebring, Ohio, success attend'her efforts. your
' (, :;;F::" Mr. and Mrs W. B. Bailey, of Brooklyn who is wintering here with his family, I C. S. SCHUYLER, Most Complete i

f7 :: N. Y., are quartered at the.Indian. brought with him a beautiful dog, a pure The Hotel Season. Titusville Fla. ,

'"," ,- x ..River: blood St. Bernard. The majestic fellow \
)r.' Chi'" ': Mr. J. G. Ball, of New York, and Mr. attracts considerable attention when he I It won't be the fault of the railroads Calendars and blotters for distribution. Electrical Supply .

' __ ,.'. S and: Mrs. F. E. Allen. and son,.Ed, are at walks abroad with his master: Truly a if the hotels don't do a roaring trade this ?

f '._ White's cottage." noble animal. season. They have never before put on
'.; i so many, so luxurious, and so swift specials -
-*'.. r. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rudd and son, Five letters recently. left the Rockledge I and limiteds, and expresses, and r$201Teachers and -

t. ?Robert, of Detroit, are sheltered at postoffice for foreign parts. One each for flyers, and cannon balls from the east and
,'j! ._ '. .' .. White's cottage. Vienna, Austria; London, Eng. Cairo, I I west. These trains, in the perfection of Construction House In (the South,

r.:. .- Mr. G. A. Hax and wife and Mr.T. W. Egypt Paris, France; Honduras, and their appointment, are a temptation to and Prospective Teacherswill

iTx&s '. Wilson and wife, Chicago,.are located several for Mexico, the Bahamas and travel alone, without regard to destina ..

'.' at the Indian'River. Cuba. Thus Rockledge keeps in, touch tion. find Review Classes at ..THE.. .
with the outside world.
r. :- Mr. and Mrs, F. S. Dwyer, of San Speaking of the destination of these the Lake City College.: '

-: Francisco, are being entertained at th Mrs. G. S. Singleton has rented the hosts of tourists, one is reminded of the : Johnson-Law Company :

er- '' Hotel Indian River. main portion of her large house to Mrs. story of Plant and Flagler. A season or I $Zo Covers all Expensesexcept ..
fc 1i..v two Flagler telegraphed Plant who -0-
<. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hubble Fisher, off' Strong, of New York, who will take ago ,
: Cincinnati and Miss B. de Camp, of New boarders for the season. Mr. Strong is a was iu New York, an invitation to come All kinds of batteries and battery
; to Miami for few Plant wired in railroad fare for
commission man and is traveling about a days. one
renewals for
engine ignition
: The Plaza. gas
*: ; York, are at circulars ,
term. Send for toYOOTJM
reply facetiously : "Where is Miami?
% the state buying fruit. They have one bells
annunciators and
$ :: Mr. L. E. Baily arrived from Mystic, little girl, who has entered the school at Flagler promptly answered : "Followthe burglar

: ;, > Conn., and joined his friend, Dr. Kirk- Cocoa. crowd!" It is to be hoped that the "W' F. alarms constantly on hand.

' wood at Garvey's cottage. same answer won't hold good this
.f .' ..' r Mr. and'Mrs. Henry S. Lowe, and Mr. The first hop of the season was held at and that there may be a western turn in L Lake City, Fla .J Lighting Plants, Telephone Lines

t. Henry L. Deitz, of Chicago, are resting the New Rockledge in the new parlors.A the tourist tide. If there is any truth in 7S 47C7G-aGiQC7CiC7SOC R7GaG79C74C

at the Hotel Indian River. merry crowd of the disciples of Terpsi- the report that the west coast hotels have installed in any part

:. chore assembled to play devotee to the been consolidated with the east coast ho- ASK YOUR GROCER FOR of the state. .;
f. Hon. H. K. Kindig and wife and Mr. enticing goddess and whiled the
away tels the former will be likely to get a ,
Jno. H. Kindigr, of Philadelphia, are late hours' the excellent music Write us for information.
r', keeping step to larger share of business, as a result of the
i" ai rivals at the New Rockledge. of the piano.: All enjoyed the occasion more liberal policy followed on the east on JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.GEO. .

Iy Dr. W. F. Robinson and Mrs. Robinson and will be ready to respond to the next coast. The fact that the west eoast ho- ls

!* of New York city, are snugly en- invite. tels have this season been painted in the M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN

,: sconced at the Hotel Indian River. Messrs. C. W. Rudd and son, Robert, east coast colors lends color to the report. President. Actuary. ;

.4* Mrs. G. W. Boyett, son, Clarence, and of Detroit, and G. E. Horn, of Chicago, The change of color alone ought to put The 5 Minute Breakfast, food. BEBVARDAbstract ,

e daughter, Estelle, returned on Sunday guests at White's cottage, went out on new life into the west coast hotels, as the .- -'. ---- ----.-- -----..... .
l' Purina Health Flour
from their visit to Weightman, Ga. the river on Wednesday morning with old hideous Plant System yellow was

",i".. y rob and reel in search of a little sport, enough to give any well regulated tourist 4tf" M Q It e.r .3 of TitleCOMPANY .:
: Mr. J. C. and Miss H. of
Gage Gage, .
the blues.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette. -- -... '
and they found it, for in about two hours'time "BRAIN BR.EAD.
St. New York, are enjoying the delights of
they returned laden with their PURINA MILLS ST. LOWS. Mo.GERESs.
{L Florida, and are at White's cottage. BANYAN. ,
. i?, trophy-fifty pounds of beautiful trout.
sL-- Mr. Geo. S. Singleton has returned tot They strung them up and got a "snap This looks like old time winters so far, 4 Will furnish abstracts of title r

:: his family from Palm Beach, where he shot" to verify their "fish story" when but Feb. 13th has yet to come before we for lands in Brevard county.
.. has been for several months at work. c'4 5IMDLtSI MApE.CON ;suflr EASILY OFFICE UN ER LAW OFFICE OF f'
Bt they home with their friends.: can'shout.
get ffaun 5 +
ai ,n f'rngm 5 GEO. )I. KOBBUS, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
. *:: Mr. D. W. Donovan and wife and son, Buggy riding is quite common in this CASTINGS '
fe ,. The first session of praise service for t
> -
William! of Wadley, Ga., were guests of neighborhood, but the road between here CANIIASEiSK1rtEEll STATIONARY :
the held in the of NES
season was new parlor :
{.:, White's cottage the first of the week. and Brantley has one dangerous place C .IYEP CIC P.P.f4E.7I EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
the New last I 6ASEiENEAATpRVAl4
Rockledge on Sunday even-
, ,, !
!* that needs looking after. U BOAT
t :, Dr. and Mrs.: Patron, of the City off ing, conducted by Rev. W. E. Smith. Miss Claudia McMillan has been con- 6EAE LAo"E oHtWl FRAMES s. G. F DUREN, Agent, t tFlorida
PV Mexico, are touring Florida, and at pres- There was a large assemblage who seemedto
r ,: v. ent are stopping at Hotel Indian River. enjoy the service and heartily entered fined to the house for several days witha FREDERICK A. MORGAN,

:.' into the spirit of song. Mrs. J. Edgar bad cold and fever. She missed two REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, F t
{., :, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rosenbaum, of
from school the time
days being only
McKee of New York favored
the people I ;
i : ; Yernon,. Ind., and their sister, Miss B. lost in the past three terms. COLLECTIONS,
with beautiful solos. The
f;" : Kahn, of Selma, Ala., are guests of The two first ren- ,1 ': and l
dered "The Stenography, Typewriting.
:'. Plaza. was Holy City. Mrs. McKee -
ir -,
.- has a fine voice and under perfect LOTUS. NOTARY PUBLIC. TITUSVILLE, FLA. \\Vestern
.' Mrs. I. F. Mosure, Mrs. C. M. McKenzie control. Miss Bassett, of New Haven, The Lotus barber shop was doing a } I"

1;; and Miss McKenzie, of East Orange, gave excellent service at the piano. flourishing business last Sunday morn- heats ,
., :' are at the popular hostlery, Hotel Indian ing. F. M. TAYLOR

". +4'Y_ River. Or all
: ;< Death of William Treutler.The Mr. J. M. Field went up to Indianolaon Teacher of Vocal Music and Mus- t

> ..:.'" Mrs. E. C. Harris, Mrs. H. E. Miller the steamer Spartan Tuesday, return-
4-- ;: and Miss Emma Miller, of Philadelphia, news of the death of William ing the same day. ical Elocution in Classes or f dads r.r.I

.;; .': are enjoying the hospitality of the Hotel Treutlert of Eau Gallie, was received Private Lessons. I .
;, :iI Indian River. here Wednesday. He died that morning Mr. Strolhm, a popular commission '
p1 ..
from fatty degeneration of the kidneys. house solicitor, was stopping at the Lotus Terms reasonable. TITUSVILLE, FLA. Titusville, Florida.BOBBINS ,
I is- Mr. Daniel Wood, of Connecticut: arrived Undertaker Froscher went to Eau Gallie hotel a short while this week. _

.:- on Saturday afternoon to take his Wednesday afternoon to embalm the Mr. Hugh Booth and family have returned J W GRISARD, .
ii old position of night watchman at the
: ,.. New Rockledge., body, which will be sent to Chicago, his from a long visit up the state and
: former home. His death was not unex- are now occupying the Allen House. He PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
j.i Many strings of the finny tribe are pected, as the disease manifested itsel says he is very glad to get back, as his & GRAHAM t

f .. brought in daily to the great delight off fully a year since, and his physicians saw family have been very unwell since he TITCSYILLE, FLA. '

the disciples of Isaak Walton and there for him weeks co.
; many was no hope even left here.
Office at Mrs. J. D. Crabb's. i-
(Incorporated. Paid
:i ;.; snap shots are taken. ago. Deceased was 68 years of age, has Last Saturday morning the thermometer up Capital $25,000.00.) !
{f .'YO r Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hobert, of New I been identified with interests at Eau Gal- here went as low as 36 degrees, and if ....FOR.... This company owns lands f'r .

t" 1,: York city, are pleasantly located at the I lie and other points on the river for some it had not been for a light wind all the A Shave and a Hair Cut in the Indian River Coun .

',;: ::. New Rockledge. Mr. Hobert is an ex- twelve years past. Mr. Treutler's busi- night before, we would have had frost, try, on the St. Lucie River f

," : champion tennis player. i ness formerly was that of contractor, and but as it was we had no frost and bean ...GO TO.... at New River and Bisi ;
f % I he was a man of considerable wealth. will on
,:'- 'Mr.'P. L. Heston, of Palatka' has been i He leaves only a widow. Mr. Fros her shipments go Carrutbers' cayne Bay. t f

__ stationed"here as agent of.the F. E. ,C.
.'. Barber
the body to Chicago Shop .
accompanied yester- After LaGrlppeWhat'lUsually PRICES
..... TO SUIT {
arrival THE
pendingthe of Mr T.
t- .:<, railway, day for burial. The funeral services at and TIMES.
a racking cough a general
J'.' Howes... -, the regular agent Eau Gallie yesterday morning were tinder feeling of weakness. Foley's Honey and men None employed but experienced, and perfect work- I{j TITUSVILLE Send for land list 'x

;'. J -- *Mr. Jno. L. Fremont and niece, D. M. the auspices of Melbourne lodge. F. & Tar is guaranteed to cure the "grippe satisfaction guaranteed........ I| FLORIDA OFFICES AT '.:
- Colkin .and C. .C.DenOolkin A. M. and make strong and wel .
: and; Miss cough" you J. L.CAEBUTHEES,Proprietor. TTTUSVILLE }'
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THE FLORIDA STAB c. _- FRIDAY, JANUARY. ---J: -1901-:" --, "._,_ ; ";", __, ':"l--7",,':0 T' .1\_' .+_ : ,- .


,ARFOP MIRKETINGEXEMPLIFIED.( ( ( {Louisiana grow :canef in :Eapidea u parish MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. .. '

: above the 31st .
parallel-and success Jas
.. UELBOUBNE STATE Pritchard & Son
:- ; -- :_ BANKCapitaJflS000. ,- ,
r. fully. There are some very large factories J.H.Phillips,president:E.P.Branch, .
The Ca-cliertuve- -* Plan_" 'Established, in Cal' there. Rapider is not a strictly alluvial ,cashier. The only bank on the lower jiver 1 <
aforala Fruit! Shipping country and the pint'Appleregion of Brevard county. Headquarters! -
-, as. are- the lower river. for. _,... < i t
I The managing director of the Canadian parishes / EAU GALLIE BUSINESS_DIRECTORY. f

Export*.union,) r.Ernest: Heaton,',has HODGSOK BBOTHEES. Dry Goods, Ship' V

visited California and. _studied their systems IENTILAIID( ( FRUIT C GARS.R Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and HARDWARE

of marketing. He made an address, fittings,Clothing,Paints and Oils, Grocer :
ies. Marine ,
-which/we quote in part from,The,..Fruitman's Advantages Over Befrigerator Cars ExceptIn r.rJlwaysteamer for charter. '

Guide: Extreme Cold. FORT'PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.C. ...Tinware, Crockery... .
'roould'n help feeling then that ifs .
Mr. John_Clarke-.of Ontario Canada: P. PLATTS-Physician and Surgeon. -
', "
only we gave the same care to the cultureof Calls to STOVES -
any'point the river
on promptly ,
one -
had V
r our fruit. orchards in Ontario as the of. his ventilated cars on exhibition answered, Fo t Pierce,Florida:! "

people California, give to their orange' and for use as a sample, in_Jacksonville "- Boat Goods Paints and Oils .:; ->- -

groves,,and ifwe were only,half as systematic I. the first of this week. The device EAU GALLIE. .. '
: is patented and owned by Clarke who is and _
in the marketing of our fruit, we Rain on Monday last
: in that with it. :
should have no'cause to the fruit
f Y growers of the Pacific slope envy. The--first..Bight of the car is attractive, Miss Smith has left for Jupiter for a WOODENWARE .

"There are always two kind of growers and reminds the observer of the deck-of visit. Her return will be warmly .welcomed. ,

= in every .community, the people who a man-of-war, with its numerous ventilators Write for prices.

want to sell for,spot cash and the people which are turned .in the directionof The Eau Gallie euchre club met at'the TTTUSVILLB, FLORIDA. .

who-prefer to consign their stuff in the I i the wind- to catch the breezes and..ventilate Avilah rooms on Thursday, particularsof Box 21i .

hope of making a larger profit. With I the car. which will be given in our next issue.

both of these California does better than There are six of these air injectors I Mr.- E. S. Randall- has placed the houseboat Dr. S.W. Carroll. W.E. Goldsmith.

Ontario. Here the buying of fruit has which are twelve inches in diameter, and Dark Secret in'the Eau Gallie river
revolve with fantail which catches the CARROLL & GOLDSMITH
been left wind like a weather vane, keeping the
man who likes to enter into Miami.
an opening: in the injector facing: the wind. Staple and Fancy GROCERIES
the business with the assistance of advance
To'prevent dust from getting down the Services in the Baptist church on Sun-, 3
from an English broker. We
injector into the car, a thin wire ,is day were conducted by our townsman C. -- .
know the result! Dishonest packing,and the Ainesworth, Esq. A full church was Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
spread across opening. Florida.
I Titusville.
the discrediting of the apple' business in Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware.
4T6 let out the air there are six ejectors, present.
- Canada., We solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to. 1
which'are about six inches in diameter. Messrs. Snodgrass, Randall and.l ryant
"In California the business is almost I
: These ejectors. are also. automatic and were out for a short ap tho....'" R..nana.LI..........
entirely in the hands of a few large firms
.like the Earl' Fruit and work on exactly the opposite principal to river on Monday, returning with quite a E. L. BRADY & BRO., .

'' company the injectors, the opening: in the funnel bag of ducks.
Messrs.Porter Bros. who have
nent staff of experienced, buyers a perma-and being: opposite to the direction of the :Mr. Bryant, of Asheville, "N. C., who Dealers -
wind all the
trained packers, and who ship their. fruit time. was staying at Captain Bennett's for a In. Groceries Grain and Hay
The is arranged at intervals
apparatus proper few for North
in their own refrigerator cars. Their days shooting, left Carolinaon ,
around the car, one at each end t
'' brands are* known all over. Canada, the Wednesday.The AND ALL FOOD; PRODUCTS.We .
and one at each side, in the center, and
United States and Great Britain, and one at opposite side between the doors. orange crop in this district is fast handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusivelyin

they have succeeded in pushing the sale The from the air run being shipped and the trees are now put- the above lines of goods, !and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on
m of California fruit each further and pipes injectors to : Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E L. BEADY& BRO.,TITUSVILLE,FLA.
year the floor, and are enclosed under a slatted ting on new growth. Many trees are
further afield. also being set out in grove form.
floor in the car. This brings the cool air
"But it is for their method of consign The entertainment in aid of Eau Gallie's Dealer .
from the outside to the bottom of the R. L.
: fruit that Californians chiefly in
ing are re-
base ball club is well under
fruit or vegetables, _and it must pass way.
v ,
markable and it is to .this that I wish
through the fruit crates to escape from The program will be both musical and
particularly to draw your attention today.I dramatic. :Mr. J. A. Gilbert is of ,
the ejectors, which are arranged on the one WINES BRANDIES WHISKIES
do not pretend to say that we could duplicate ceiling of the cars. the prime movers in the dramatic por FINE ,
the here but I quite
system am
Mr. Clark, who was with the car, said .
; sure that there are some 'of its features tion.A
that could be adopted in Canada. I I to a Times-Union and Citizen reporter: dance at :Melbourne on Tuesday was AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS. ,
"This car was fitted by me for the ,i
i up well attended by our young people. The
"The growers form themselves into as Special attention given to mail orders. TITUSVILLE AND COCOA, FLORIDA.
sociations. There local associations Seaboard Air Line, at Portsmouth, to steamer Spartan carried the party to and Il I
_ are ;
show what invention is worth. I
and central The members my fro. This was in aid of the Melbournebase
F a exchange.
can sell outside of their associations, but have at the present time twentythreecars ball club, and netted quite a hand- j

r E; if they do they are bound to pay a for- railroad running, which on Ire the being Canadian used Pacific by the some sum for the boys. i

:" feit of 10 cents a box. The local associations The yawl Princess had her first trial
employ skilled hands to-grade and Dominion Express company. They have trip this week. Mr. Gilbert invited about "New Rival "Leader "Repeater."
given great satisfaction, and all the cars .
pack the fruit, and theyship.the fruit to twenty-five friends to accompany him on
will be equipped with the ventilatorsafter
'- the central exchange as they receive ordered the cold weather."I the occasion. A very jolly and enjoyable

: The central exchange has sail the universal verdict the
;,; ; agents intend that this car shall bring in was ,

r at the different market centers, who telegraph and out perishable freight, such as party before separating giving Capt. Gilbert WINCHESTER
market reports and receive the three cheers and a tiger.
I meats, strawberries and tender green .
fruit for:sale by private' contract, or by stuff, and I will guarantee that, barringan Mr. and Mrs. Snodgrass left for Palm

auction, as they deem best. When a shipment unforseen delay, the entire cargo of Beach on Wednesday with Messrs J. M. fV fVp
I is received from the local association Factory Loaded Shotgun. Shells
the car'will reach its destination in better and E. S. Randall on the launch Dawn.
it is forwarded to the market, which v-* I
shape than it could in a refrigerator car. This party will be out for a three or four i i

: according to the received reports, prom "You will see the advantage of this in weeks' outing and will probably take in p
"New Rival" loaded with Black "Leader"and
the time. The shippers powders.
ises best at receive -
the :Miami West and Nassau in
shipment of strawberries and vege Key ( the
dividends from the central ex- tables. The air circulating through the Bahamas) before their return. ; I -'Reveater" loaded with Smokeless powders. Insist
; t'hRnaP..... .A. portion of_. the proceeds of
-.e- ---- -- car reaches a high pressure, and is con The sharpie Lizzie, Capt. J. E. M. i I and will the ;i
: each shipment is retained.If any ship- stantly working its waythrough and out upon having them, take no others, you get ,
in command carried of
suffers loss from the damage or de- Hodgson a party k
per of the fruit a all the members of the of the top of the car. In this way you friends over to the ocean beach on Tuesday best shells that money can buy. 'it
cay ,
will! readily see that the fruit in transit is "
to make it good. returning with a collection of shells
association contribute
is deducted is kept dryer than it would be in a store and much sun burn and tan. Amongthe ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM.
After this sum an average
which was closed for the night, and,
ladies who formed this
of the shipments enjoyable
struck of proceeds ,
different grades the with strawberries, this means that they party were Mrs. Stickney, :Mrs. Canfield,
the ac
according to ; 1"
will keep longer after reaching the mar
Miss L. Evans Miss Florence
; of the Mary ,
tual cost of the management central
ket and be in better condition to
expose Hodgson and Miss Anna Danforth. Mr.
is and final ;
1 V' exchange charged up I
: for sale.
Asheville N. C. also of
dividend is declared at the end of the seal Bryant, was Co.
"The same fruit shipped in a refriger- the :
also fulfills party.
central a '
l son. ating car reaches its destination damp,
useful function by buying wholesale and and this car was arranged to avoid this JUPITER.Ed On hand and Constantly Arriving, :

distributing to the local associations the As the fruit is with- !
thing. shipped t'
material for the mannfa:ture of the boxes out very the expense of ice, several cents a Miller returned from Palm Beach La Ul\I.IBER .

for packing fruit. The popularity of this crate is also saved to the shipper, who Sunday. Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work Balusters, Newel Posts, ,t
is constantly l increasing, moved his
Baker has
organization was at the expense of ice in the refrigerating Henry family Bean, Orange Cabbage and Tomato Crates,
today the fruit associations:: of California back to Stuart. v.
car. .
market 35 per cent of all the citrus fruit "No, I do not think it would be safe to Mrs. W.-V. Rushing and little daughter .. Brick Lime, Cement, Etc. *,>
Estimates made on all building materiaL Our large boat, "Sunny South, will deliver -
grown in the country. ship strawberries in this car to the north, in from the Flats. .1.
are anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right. I:
1 1if
where the frost is severe and the cold intense .
r A car load of cows and horses were sold
The Sugar Question. as they would freeze, and what is here Monday at good prices. o1d Limber: Cc>. *

41 Paul Dupuy in the Times-Union and Citizen. required for shipment to the north at S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager, V'
this time of year is heat, and not cold. Steamships Louisiana, of the Crom wall

Just now the state of Mississippi is agi The car will probably carry perishablestuff line, and Lampasas, of the Mallory line, T11iusvl11e, : F1or1da. 4.

tating the qiustion of tablishing a convict to New Orleans, and bring back a saluted us when passing on Tuesday. -- ------ c
'' the .
farm at Hattiesburg, on
sugar carload of bananas."I Plenty of rain. Truck and citrus trees
and Cresceut railroad, pretty high J. B. WALKER. C. H. SWAT
Queen expect to get the car away this week' in splendid condition. Daily shipmentsof ,
In regard to the figures
in the
up it is better to be conservative.We and back again almost at once, and whenit pineapples, beans and tomatoes are Fine Line L'' .;: '"
presented returns with the fruit I shall be pleasedto made.
have had too much Wall street farm- aboard and the of Furnitureto mat,, ; t J

ing in Florida-such as $5 and $6 a bush condition have anyone of the come fruit." see Our community, like many thousandsof arrive in a ':

el stuff, and 300 bushels, per acreandthe others, was greatly shocked by the ; t :: !
results of twenty-six years show American Girl Married a King. news of the death of England's noble days. rth \

nothing-but debts. With ten per cent queen. Call and see h 11! I i ; E}
But one American girl ever mar- L '
extraction and 15 tons of cane per acre at ried a king, and she, a Sew England woman The river is full of pleasure craft again. our Fine Line of lli 'i1h ; 1

31 cents, we can make $105 per acre gross, now a widow, is living in a royal The Duke of Newcastle and party spent Ladies Shirt Waists. I

'. and clear one-half, and it will be found in the country of her adoption, Tuesday and Wednesday here in a hand- I l I i <.,

: at those figures one will grow rich much almost palace lost sight of by her American sisters some launch, fishing and photographing,: Also our new !t y ...

faster than 'he will on $8 oranges or $5 and friends. The romance of this prominent views. Line of Ladies -

tomatoes, and he will have something fascinating, gifted American girl, who Jupiter inlet has closed and we are Fine Underwear. j :

tangible. ,For the past twenty-five years won the hand and heart of a kingoneof threatened with the loss of our fish and i /

we have been farming away up in the the prettiest of love stories-will be oysters. An effort is being made to have JOHN R. WALKER & CO., 4. --... f {

': : clouds, and since the clouds have dissipated one of the features of the. March Ladies' the United. States engineer in charge of

: and we have commenced to fall, Home Journal. this river and harbor district reopen it, as I

we ain't touched bottom; and we had the health and prosperity of this section

better get at something that won't make Weekly Weather Report. largely depends on the flow of tide water

millionaires on one crop. It takes time u.S.DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WEATHER through the inlet. It will have to be \
{- and patient reasonable effort to reach assurance final success.that we Comparative statement BUREAU.of temperaturesand opened if we have to do it ourselves. Send your Job Printing! to The Star Office *,

With a rainfall for the week ending Tuesday 't
can realize $105 per acre, so much betterif Jan.22,1901. ANOTHER WORD TO THE LADIES.

we can add 25 per cent. or 50 per cent. 1901 1900 Editor of The Florida Star:
to it. DATE.16. 77 51 75 .68 We understand there are still a few ladiesin ,,
I find that by approximations on Jan." 78 60 72 68 Titusville and vicinity who did not take
done by the small farmers, they make _17 18 59 42 77 67 advantage of our recent offer to send an elegant We give you Dp-to Date Printing at lowest prices. ,
of 41 74 63 silver-plated sugar shell absolutely free
land about 360 gallons syrup 19. 60
on.pine married lady who simply
60 to
of 70 51 71 of charge any
cane 20.
21 tons
per acre. This represents 'a 70 63 61 51 asked for it; so we will renew the offer for a
and about, 2,100 pounds of sugar, and 22.21. 70 60 73 54 short time only. We sell these shells regularly -

about not above 50 per cent. extraction Total rainfall for the week,5.32 inches at forty-five cents each. Retail jewelers ask
; say cents for such goods.
for the to seventy-five
rainfall fifty
with their two roller,,_mills, 2-horse- Departure from the beautiful creations in
extraction is week, plus 4.53 inches. They are GEO. N. HATCH :: ::
the To advertiseour
-'- : power. It is safe to say from normal rainfall since Jan. high grade silver-plate. ,
Departure will send one, postpaid, to every
cent. The prospective ware we
lower than per 'and the reward is 1, 1901, plus 5.43 HAL P. HARDIN, married lady who has not received one. This Dealer in
are sufficient, General Merchandise
margins, cul- Observer Weather Bureau. announcement should be cutout and returnedto ,
:in proportion to the sum of. the area Fla.Jan. 22, 1901. us with your request This is importantAlso .
: tivated. Its an annual and a safe crop. Jupiter please enclose a stamp or two to help pay

V It it is partially caught in any kind of Quality and not quantity makes De- cost of mailing.QUAKER VALLEY l'I"G Co., consisting usually kept of in everything.a BOCKLEDGE, FLA.
in kindnotsix Witt's Little Early Risers such valuable .... -
disaster it can recover any Morgan and Harrison streets,Chicago. first-class general store.2l
& Son.
liver pills
or seven years,as with oranges. .

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lV: 'M1JR O 'GRETE8TARMY POST.O I enlargement of 70 acres._ The'Improyejecpmmends'as- ; ; *

,.- .... jI4L anent'wMcb! the-board. : lF ORIDAI3ATCOA .T. Rl.tJ
most desirable' is an enlargement -
1'ro osa to Con to"E J A ;
g!ese n br--ifdl( lbHeT .(XX)'feeTfrom-the; : "

J H "prove- Governor's'I iaDd.' shore:,:..which 'will;;provide an I creased ____ .d .. j i < \ j. t | 'T 2 ft ,

Sbc &l coidenee 9n.e-i"d fltalrAsalNOTON1Jat. area ,( nrtT 1&acr &*"'The :dikes t'Tm : ,
..:.1 ., ; Table:>>29. la EffectJan.: 13, 1901.. _. : .
; :.' MaitersJconirtderaffon 'k _wwcn. wU1?t9rii the 'east front, and
,', ofeCtltg =
the an: b ; scnthjoomidaries of the made: land o .- -". bOUTH BOUND: lEeai; Dovra.r Head Upl NORTH BOUND. .
: themer wjl meASUre abomY" 5.800 :jfcieal tee}. No.13 No.93 No.43 No.37 No.31 NO-U9: No.2a No-29' : No.7M NOo1-t No.. *,iNo.9ts No.82;No.33 Yo.44N a .rN a,l t =
r : plied toi4tbe'esp ciaieattenuoriand' and be pui*1n"'positlon-Jt estItnat44or Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily DaUyexSu Daily Daily MAIN LINE SCHEDULE.. Daily Dally Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily
.. may Is: 8zMo : .
exMo eillo extsu exSulllCa exSu ez 8ullOOat t
of the closing session.ot - - - -
.therom of
$725,000. ,The,
; the|Fifty-sixth .congress .The atni'eorganization :f "wstrof'thV'Band1? filling 'in should not 7SOp 8 a S 10 .. SL. .. "
SOOp 4 Wp 3 Ala Ar. *t .Augustine > ; ,.Lv 55ifP 625p a w 1140a \
_. bllTtSglth! Ita .canteen' xceed ,,>r64OQ ,The estimated age r c1 a lSOpl055a Lv.,,;. St. Augustine .....Ar U 5 8.alp1a f
fc-V its -; : ...... 1121 ...; ., Hasting ...!.....Lv ....... ; aQ) _
gregate'Fof'this. Q5 '
controversy and perplexing. : details! Improvement Is there SflJSS' Eama Xifl (.".ail.,;\.. g E9. Qd ZCl8pU4Ja ,1f...... t.PaJatka....... .. } lip 543p &1..3 Ne. ''"'.Etnrs' lfatl (SaJh). .
j !has .had. *precedence. ..'and, has">been>the. Jore'$885,000. ,. and it_is stated.that the Hakes local stops Par ,,1t- 31 105p117p ........Ormond.:......... .* S p C&p,_ ' i -- --- L.. = .-; proposed conversion\ of the shoal ilea P. E.0.By. Buffet, -. S GA 323? "..........Daytona.,.<..-.......* 32V p 4 i'1 rfoa F. E. 0. By, Buffet Par-4 '
theme of long and'spirited debate In will for car. r5* c m d 837p 12Tp M .......Port Orange..,...... 319p 411 tor Car. "
t a not affect the navigable, capacities of 17e. 29,,A. C. L. Ixjtesi (Daily). a..5i 3S6pA 147p ...,:.New Smyrna..:....... 300p 356'Pt'e. f i.No.. t.U.L.Z U ( 4 .
Fast Train. Stops only at Sstations .. 14 .... Train. _
'the channel." # = 2 lip : .O&1tHiU. ....... 2 3;p It A o t&F'i Stops a1J'l
shown and carries. i s ..... .. shown and
..8 !3 445p 252p325p .Titusville..Cocoa .... 201p 'O4 p f-; m'o Ii S
Aik'f The report,outlines a: scheme for pro- F. S. G." By. Buffet Parlor c55 518p ".........,.. m. ....... .*. 12 p : ....d. a... f. E. O. By., Buffet
riding M C" : a 519? 3 tt .........Bock1ed ........... niJp 238p1o1: :: i'i Tan.So. .
; wharfage ,fpr transports." It Is Net Ywl and Florida laJ= a 5 to 543p 4 Up M ........Eau Gallie...........** 1228p 1 8 :> 32.Her Tort tad Ilniia Limited -
lower (:TaSly: Except: Kosiay). W .e ........ .... Iti i : .,
y s', r lytki4f. proposed to the bed, of the .river : i = 5 Sip 424p Jlelbourne. ..; IH8p Q.r kCQ (Dsfiy8utaS3asdu) a
:r New York to:Augustine: o a; ... "- : ...... SOOp 14 .........Eoseland.u 11'1... ..CfiPj'..E w aS St. Augustine fo New York tvia
.on thjTnorth shoal by"'dredging' to the via Southern Ba1lwa y. Com-5s c< t'. ...... 504p553p .* ?....,. Sebastian .......... 113Ra : Po ;G :; Southern: Rail Way'. Comxwed -'
SfAs depth of..20. feet: at mean low- 'water posed exclusively of Pullman *j: i. It ; ...... ",'........- St. Lucie.......... 1043a ...... 3 5-o exclusively Pullman.3ars. .
1 Oars., y j 'G' e J 715p 60Sp ** .:._..Fort Pierce........ It 1040& 113p QI... .s .
: i4 from a line 50 tee outside.of the seawall So.37,Her York and Flcriia Spsrial f"aA .c 00Ii; ...... .,29p ......... Tibbal s .-.......... ". 1011 .:; .. ..d a a.p,: >So. 33. SIT York sad Tloriii Sp -
t, and the: 20 foot curve (Eifly xtce lU(0l4a1tin 5< m ca ...... 633p w ........... Eden ........"..... .... a$ COW eiil Daily Sxtsjt SuaiirKSt. .
the: NewYOrkt08 gusL1n j i;0 2l; ...... 6SSp ..... .....JeMeJl..N lO1008 t'ka ... .. o Augustine New York* .
q :
( of. harbor, with deep et stand west via. Atlantic Coast "' ; a =: ...... 647p ".......; ;.Stuart. .-.... .. 953s .. .... q ? O via Atlantic 0:1IJnit '. 8
Y ( y. approaches.. accomplish this it Is estimated Composed exclusively of ,.'' IS Q ClU ...... 718-p .* .......Robe&und........." 92'R ...... ; a -::.o:: used i
3; a ...... West ......** l-'uliman Cars. '
Y cr. 250,000 .3&nnors. ; ii a' 131p Jupiter 91\& ... d ..5.s<
that cubic yards of bowl o.a. ul Xibopdita |l a = ...... Ar..WestPalmBatch '
a b. ga 2. 805!> ..... 82.aL a..8="+ Ss. -U, r.c::a- sad Estiejclltaaliaitei
41 ders' hardpan' and sand would.have to Limited daily). m .8 na" 905p 815. .Hotel Royal Poinciana... 825a 102Oa' .5 as: a: daily}. q
4 New' York to St. Augustine a1'g] A to d .,m.. 9 lop 8 Lv......The Breakers........." 8 2's IJl5a, 'E a :::..:: St. Augustine to New York
be, excavated at a cost of $100pOOiThe. via Seaboard i a a .. a '
Air Line. Composed -
/j c5 ; 900p 840p ....West Palm Beach.Ar 8 One 9 a5a M i 0, via Seaboard Air Line. Com*
'. ,. .construction of 1,000, feet'of. cover exclusively of Pullman O"C: .. mc. ...... 90,>p1Q42P ..........Boynton...........Lv /33a ...... .! oi poaed exclusively of Pullman
Cars. giSo. "' e'CQ al 5<..... 91- "..........Delray ........... k' 'l23a. ..... EB : 1:1'z Cars. .
Ii? ed 'pile wharf 50, feet wide it Is.esU. 83. Chicago sat Horili Urn- ':! k": .... 10 Wi .-.,. Fort Lauderdale...... u egos :..... .: 1! 0 No..92, Chicago aai Morita Lim- .
mated..would cost 100000. i-.ei (Daily). | S.!: s...... : ........ Lemon City....:..... 558a. ;..-1 5 E+ tU4: (:Daily: ).
/F* In this connection It is noted that Chicago to St. Augustine 3'iii m Q. 11 lap IQoOp Ar........... Miamt.'S 5 00a 81Oa1i"' B ... R St. Augustine to Chicago, k
/ .2.
Evansville'Nashville 3 n :3 I Q1z = M x via Montgomery, Nashville
the quartermaster department t paysan Montgomery. Composed exHi::a :: sS:: g p O x and Evansville.Composed exclusively i'
J ., annual rental $83,000 to th'e city clurivelv of Pullman Cars.5 : a ii tia d d; a,m of Pullman Cars.
I 4./xfi So. 15 CMufo sal J'lcrib Sjsciil !: tt 92 :: :: = at- an tNa.16, Chicago aai fieri!* SpecialDaily
of New York for storage and for dock tally:fxeejs Msala?). '1II.!.:=m ::! 0 : 'tj ( Except Sundayj.
'C room for army transport service, all Chicago<< to St. Augustine:S'. mN :a illS m"' Trains do not stop where time not shown. :i w E f x x St. Augustine to Chicago '
Z via Cincinnati, Chattanooga Hand : &w E-i Q '' + it n;: .. via Atlanta. Chattanoogaand '
of which would:be saved by .the adopi Atlanta. Composed exclusively ] III ;:::;:! Q es: C Cincinnati. Composed .
,: .. tion of the 'proposed plan of Improvement ; of Pullman Cars. .1c' >a I ::,i ::; exclusively. of Pullman Cars

I" >r' 4yr The members of the board also prey -- SCHEDULE OF BRANCH LINES. .

sent. a plan for" the enlargement of the

: z.k present accommodations so that a battalion
regiment be quartered
or a may
All trains Dlilly.No.27 ,
on_the island. No.1 No.25 No.5 No.6,Nab No.26 No.51 No.49 Na47 No.4' --Na42' NoA$No 48 No.50

In speaking of the general arrangement Sun Daily Sun :Daily Dail.1Daiy,: Sun t)15p .nup HOp 111 Lv... P-01latka .. .. AI' 1l05 '1121Op 2350 66Q5p
of the buildings on Governors oily ea Su oNy ea an rx.SU only 63.'ip 4SOp 200v1l35aAr Palatlm.Lv 1045a 21Sp 545p

I Bell. :.Washington..REPRESENTATIVE., island the report says ,that with few 640p 600p 200p.815:1.Lv., : Jarksonville..Ar 650aj' 535p 600p ",'''' lr o.51 x41 SAN MATEO BRANCH.All Trains Daily Na4 x64 f

't- HULL exceptions they, are old frame struc- 648p 608p 2 2. JacksonVIlle.Lv Beach. .. 64 615a; 527p 550715p 525p ... .... .. -tl40p 94aa Lv.. ... ...-... Pal& Ita......... ... .. \It8a-- -\ p720p
{Chtirmtm''of the'Incas committee on miliUry tures only slIghtly raised from the 635p 640p 240p' 8 55au! ..A tlan tiC. Beach.. 5.JVa1I 5QIP;).) ". .. 700p1O03aAr.. . .. .... ..SanMateu. ......_.. .. ..Lv1U13a 'lOOp W
;;a ffairs.J 'soil inconvenien#. Insanitary .and In HOp 'lOltp S00p! 915aAr. .. Mayport.. ..Lv 5 a.! 435p 52J... .. .
: flammable. All of them. are so'old and No.HI SANFORD BRANOn. AU traInS daily except 8nndKY, No 12 No. :ti'No I ORANGE ,CITY BRANCH No. 2'No..j '
both branches of but there
t congress, v.. .. ........... ......... Tftnsville .. .. ............ .. .Ar 1 22.Sp All trains Daily E.sceptSunday.: '
are other things of vital Interest connected in such .bad repair that renewals will 'l13a ..........................1ims.......................... 112p: 405p IIJI Lv...............NewSmyna.......... .....Ar 1 BOp 6550
f' with our military and naval'establishments be required In a few years. 828a ...................... .OSteeu. ...................... to.. 115ia 4 9p1121a .......... ......Lake H6Ien.... ...........Lv 1345p 5451850a
; to ........................Ttterpriso....................... 1135a 500p 114a to .. ........... Orange City ................ u 1285p 129P
L to receive consideration- The cost of the proposed Improvements 930a Ar .... ............. ...... .Sanford.. ........ .... .. ..... .. .Lv 11 OJa 505V 1145a Ar......:.. Orange City Junction. .......... H 1330p: 52)p
; 'Among. these Is .proposition' to Improve divided into different items is .
lE' and enlarge the military station estimated as follows: Two brick storehouses PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

f At Governors Island, in New York bay for the quartermaster's department .
:-:.' which also contemplates the deepening $80,000; one brick storehouse, 4I
i' of the Buttermilk channel between the commissary department, $40,000; one (SAILINGS JAN. 3 to FEB. S. 1W)1: HAVANA, I Leave Miami Sundays and Wedneridayi: .....HSOp .
'. island and the Brooklyn water,'front brick storehouse, medical department Leave Miami Mondays and Thursdays......11 OOp Arrive Havana Mondays and T uNd 111.... 8 OOp -
I .......
NASSAU Arrive Nassau Tuesdays and Fridays 3 OOp Cuba. 1 Leave Havana Tuesday Fridays. .....12 OOn i
!' {Though it essentially an army measure $40,000; one brick storehouse ordnance I Leave Nassiu Wednesday and oat rdaya.. 2 Up Arrive Miami Wednesdays and Saturdays: .. 5 o0a'a
"'. / the proposed Improvement would department $40,000; one pierhouse N.P. J Arrive Miami Thursdays und Sundays .. .. 5 Ota 3l 1 A M I.KEY W h...T LINK.fSAnjNGS .

greatly facilitate the operations of the $40,000; one administration building BahamaIsland SAILINUS FEB. 4 to MARCH 31: EFFECTIVE Jan. 14:
In New York harbor and the $65.000; six double sets of quarters for I Leave Miami )(OUL.Weds and Fris.......... 9 sop KEY WEST, ( Ixwve Miami Mons., Weds. and Fris.......11 SOp
; navy *. Arrive Nassau Tues., Tburs. andSats......COOa 1 Arrive Key West Tues.! Thus and Sats.... 2 SOp I .
; Brooklyn navy yard. officers, $90,000; moving and repairing l Leave Nassau .Thera and Sats ........ SOOp Florida. f Leave Key West Tues., Thus and Sats..... 3 SOp #t
Some months ago Secretary Root appointed hospital $20,000; buildings for quarter Arrive Miamt Weds, Fris., and Suns. .....' OOOa lAn-in Miami Wl ., Fria. and Saws ........ 600 ;

; a special board to consider the master's department east side $35,000; t
For copy of local time card address any Agent. Q: ,
s subject,of the expansion of Governors constructing, repairing and moving FLA. J. D. RAHNEH Aut. Can.
J. P. BECKWITH Traffic Manager. ST. AUGUSTINE, Pass. Agent.
fr island and the concentration there of other minor buildings $35,000; raising _---.----------
f-' much of the work carried on at various i barracks one story, $50,000; repairs to -

points In the vicinity. In general the engineer docks at Castle William. $15 nel a real maritime thoroughfare to the ... .

I; "board, which was composed of General 000; wharf along sea wall $100,000; sea traffic would be divided betweenthe SOUTHERN .QoC.CKTIM. :

.., John R. Brooke. Colonel George L. dredging In front of sea wall $100.000; two channels and much greater E

Gillespie of the engineer corps and enlargement of the Island. $885.000; facility of ingress and egress assured. WASHIMGTOM, "

Colonel Amos S. KImball of the quar total $1.593,000.: In this connection it may be interest BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA .

termaster's department was Instructedto The report of the board with the approval ing to note the extent of the shippingof ,

lay out Its work on the' following and recommendation of the New York harbor a considerable NEW YORK,

lines: To provide barracks and quar secretary of \tar is now before congress portion of which would be affected by ... CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, k

__ ters for at least one battalion of and will doubtless be Incorporated the proposed Improvement Accordingto '

.? troops to provide storage and shIp- In the army,appropriation Hill statistics for the year 1899, prepared ATLANTA, ,,

accommodations for branch W. L. Marshall of the BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS
ping every by Major ,
.ot the army service In New York harbor United States engineer corps. 33,143 CHATTANOOGA '

to concentrate the'ordnance buildings eta steamers, sailing vessels barges, etc., R A I L W A; Y ST. LOUIS KANSAS, CITY ,

4 to.rearrange the buildings on the arrived and departed from the port ofNew 1

-, Island and to enlarge .the Island. York representing 12,501.292 tons And all Points East and Weak {

i Toe board gave special attention to burden with an estimated valuation of .'-

the question 'of providing additional 373754512. It would seem to be wise

;area to Governors island by building to spend as much for keeping open CJ NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS t)

a sea wall exterior to the present wall '64cQ the front gate of the nation's greatest SERVICE LIKE THIS. ,
> end filling In the water area. It was harbor as was spent upon the rear t

considered that for the Hell Gate. Whether the entire ,f
purposes w t'a, '. entrance. THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, "'
of.the post the existing accommodations expense should be borne by the '
/ Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C. i ;
." are sufficient, but In view ofF general government Is another matter.At : -
the- great national importance' of New all events a port with an annual THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL,
York harbor deemed advisable of nearly $400,000,000 Is >
it was commerce Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
; that there should be at that point a entitled to considerable consideration.

:. spacious government reservation, con. SAMUEL HUBBABD. THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, .;

.venlent to the city and adapted to Via Jesup. J.
She Didn't Wear a Mask
every military requirement The con
templated improvements and enlarge- -- I But her beauty was completely hidden by THE CINCINNATI DAY' EXPRESS, I ir t
< \ blotches and till she usedBucklen's
sores, pimples .
ment would make Governors Island
I Via Jesup.
-a-- Arnica Salve. Then they van b
the most important military post on
ished as will all eruptions, fever sores,
the Atlantic coast and would transfer boils, ulcers, carbuncles and felons from Through Vestlbuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room i.

,_ to the Island practically all of the its use. Infallible for cuts corns, burns, Sleeping Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Car*. :

transport shipping now done at Erie ''M -- scalds and piles. Cure guaranteed. 25c

: basin, which would effect a great saving a =-- at Wilson & Son's and J. B. Screven's. 3 Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, 0. 1

,'r. of time and expense. via Asheville, N.C., and Knoxville, through "THE LAND OF THE S1 Y.U U'n
The board found that Governors island Ganus N -- A man in South Dakota has marrieda

is well suited to the project of 6aY young lady named Neisenwaum. That'sall.
Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated 1
;" adding to its,area by filling:in the adjoining In Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville. :
;.- shoal areas. "The low shoal" PROPOSED ENLARGEMENT 0? GOVXB. OB!
Old Soldier's Experience.M. ,

.r.' -: Governors the report says island, "forming and projecting that, part from of though whether ISLAND.the expenditure will M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS at Very Low Rates on Sale Jnil 1 to Sept 30,1 909 ;

,:. between be authorized at this session remainsto Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife was f.t
Its southern border and lying be setn. It Is certainly a proposition sick a long time in spite of good doctor's For rates, schedules and Information call on or address .
.', the two navigable channels of the upper treatment, but was wholly cured by Dr. W. T. COSBY, T. P. A.,
harbor, can be easily raised to worthy of consideration. King's New Life Pills which worked 812 West Bay Street,lacklODTiUt,1'.

,. any desired height and utilized for Allied to the proposed Improvementof wonders for her health." They alwaysdo. J. It. GULP, W. A. TUBS 8. H. HAEDWICK

government pu poses.\ The desired enlargement Governors Island Is the propositionto Try them. Only 25c at Wilson & Traffic Manager, Gen. Pasa.Agt., Asat. Gen. Pas>>. Aft.
;:. may be effected by inclosing deepen and make navigable for large Son's and J. B. Screven's drug stores. 3 Waahtuftn1l. n. (1 Wi.ihinston.tJ n .". -eta. A*.
craft the Buttermilk channel which. .
a portion of the shoal by means si
Archaeologists have convinced the Cre-
has for time been earnestly urgedby
; of solid timber dikes and filling it in tans that their supposedly fabled
the leading commercial bodies of
with excavations channels undergoing taken from Improve-the adjacent New York. This would naturallycome ster, the minotaur, actually existed. THE PLAZA HOTEL 41
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.> meats' by the United States. Should under the head of river and harbor t 1
but the work could
; more permanent Improvements be de- Improvements Save Your Money.One .
economically carried on In
be most
:: aired at a later period, the subaqueous connection with the enlargement of box of Tutt's Pills will save A f

{;.4.' part foundation of the for dikes'stone may sea constitute walls. It is a Governors Island, as the earth and many dollars in doctors' bills IR.oel3Lloc3.SG. F1oric1.a. '

rtit estimated that' the filling In'will costthe' nel rock would excavated be utilized in dredging in building the chan the They will surely cure all diseasesof On the famous Indian river, Large airy rooms, fine view of the

';< government only a nominal sum, of the Island. river, every modern convenience, sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting,

; :" as h Is believed" that the contractors extentlon The Importance of this Improvementwould the stomach liver or bowels. riding and driving. S. H. PECK, Proprietor.Also .

Fr:', will be glad to avail themselves of a seem to be apparent The chan No Reckless AssertionFor managing partner of The Arlington, Petoskey Mielu a summer hotel with a capacity A,
; which would obviate for 350
-- dumping ground Island and guests.
',! to sea nel between Manhattan sick headache dyspepsia
, the necessity for a long towage Governors Island Is becoming more ,

2.z. of dredged material 'A dike running and more congested. Men-of-war go- malaria, constipation and biliousness To PATENT Good Ideal PARKER'S
shoal at a BALSAM
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east and west across to and from the Brooklyn navy may be secured by C1eDea ud tootifiei tiu btfe
J I distance of'300( "feet:from the sea walltogether" Ing aground in trying to ,a million people endorseTUTT'S our&1d. Address, Promote ft luzariui para. .
: have run
will yard THE PATENT RECORD, Here VtU to Best H Owty
7 'Withmargfnal: Liver PILLS Hftir to itt Youthful Color. ,
v.. ,: other craft or have sustained
avoid Baltimore! ,04 .
CUR alp ducMH Ji hair t.1hgt
15 acres,
i '.. .: provide. an enlargement! of,_ collisions: By making Buttermilk chanV Subscriptions to the patent itecord iujo Per arnica. IOc.Ud$1.00 It Dru
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f /:? 1HID181UflBANCEIN( : no" ,matter how many ihocsancls of tonsarp'takpirtmt f'- u komen'dd Gift come'ilito ;cop- "t 5 5 -
nNUUlt[ trol of their t' ... ___ -.-:: -. ',-., < -. .:= : 4
.. .y. .. : -A l:tbe-stuff js. dugout i : privatefortunesuntilafter'marrjage _. : : -F: : : :: : ",
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t;:: :(. 'J" ',: _., more,of I% % upland in a very short, < ,After: thai,they can dispose of _
;.: 3/ ;;,:' ,-.:' ;'. ::-&ivftlAmericanAfphalt* : 'Companies'Ciuim tlme' tbf iole fills op and the surface of one-third .of. 'it -without '"the.> "husband's, tstasuaatnnwl RmllRw ..:

d'}!. '-_- .'<":, -.- -_ : ",'".-li', the- 'Same'Property. &J* js c' ,f*-*> & :laj&frabmes level a gatIL'BAs itils consent : raaa stat
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'first taken Jt looks like coal and
), :_;o .;:: .' :.:Special correspondence of The Florida Star, -
; :when: it Is refined It' becomes like coal LaGrippe, coughs often 'continue' for t
? ,: ,. -, ,- CABACAS;Jan. 10.-0tan.the peoples .tar. For 'use" '"In paving It Is mixed.with months and:sometime lead to fatal, 're-; :

, ., :' :': cf the earth the,descendants_ .of the sand,-carbonate of rime and other gulfs after the patient is supposed to'have, .(

>Ii<'f : Spanish 'this .countryVought, f o' feel ubstanc 8. "- JOSEPH. ;;L. MOBTOH. T passed the danger point ,Foley's ,Honey For Infants and Children. ,.

.;fi- {a' "" : --.grateful ;td the United; 'states""and" ::< .'1 q ; and Tar affords positive protection..and **.*.,-j.,
-" ;" ;' security from these coughs.
: ;;. .; -' :Amerrcan'cit1zens. )Idn'tt.we save"part: 11.When threatened' pneumonia or v The Kind You ''- J*

_ !E'> .:; "'. > of their land from: .being;swallowed up any' other:,!long;as'itis trouble, dangerous,' prompt to relief delay.isnecssary Music is sometimes divided vista two' 'II_ .&i

,'_ E ,:;: ,. iy Great Britain? Instead'of. "appreciating Wft would!suggest! that One Minute Cough: classes, sacred and profane.. For particulars -. .

;: r--i-. ,the favor_the' Cure be :taken as soon' as indications of as' to profane music go to a "sacred Always Bought >

:. 't"' : though we had harmed, them." If an haVfng taken cold are noticed.' It cures concert."Boston TransCript. .
:' '. and. its, early prevents consumptIOn' egetaWcPrcparationforAssiniilating <<.
: ,' American citizen-that; -is, a. ,North quickly use. > ',
: ftt-)':" S" :Anierican-rgets beyond calling dIstancet' : Wilson & Son. Wilson &: Son guarantee every bottle of th stomachs uteloodandReguIaliag andBcweis of- Bears the '
Chamberlain's and will ;
Cough Remedy. .
t' Ir':: he sees,,nothing but : .t
hlSpJegatlon 30
is/ '
The Saginaw river, in Michigan refund the money to anyone who is not ,
;' it. Crowning rows:and .tbreatenlngilooks.. miles long; and on its banks have been satisfied after using two-thirds of the con- '

;/; ;,':Y-'._,";:, _Some.time.. there is going d to ,be an open" producedJ8,000,000QO: ; -feet of'pine tents. This is,the. best .remedy in the _...81..._._ Signature k"I f:

i': J'" ". boards.. world.for la grippe,* coughs, colds\ i croup 1 11....._..\......... ru..r..f: n r 1'r.11- L.;
and wnooping cougn ana is pleasant ana lUillUiww 1J1 G.7uuRwaav. w --: anessandlest.Containsneither
C. A, White Mark. safe to take. It prevents any tendency ofa of ;

.r. .Foley's Kidney Cure'is a perfectly reliable cold to result in pneumonia. Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral. '
.preparationfor all kidney and .NOTNARCOTIC.
bladder diseases. The proprietors of From criminal statistics a German sociologist -
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this great medicine guarantee it or themoney has deduced; that property rightsof
'refunded. Do they not deserve awhite '1S.J
all kinds OlJrrSAMuo.PJ1TJIEIl
are respected'more generallyby A4 al
mark Wilson & Son.The '
Y fefe- y the married than by the single. flanpfanjOxJmna -
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*:. after her: memorable JbAdUSJttJnutStcd r,
3* Mayflower, YOU should know that Foley's Honey i I.n y .,
"S-v trip across the Atlantic with the pilgrim and Tar is absolutely the best remedy for T11JUl1J .. .
'Y' ,
Y fatherspf :New England, went into' the' diseases of the throat, chest and lungs. i Caofaro; .fJ4. 1
ru.. West Indian cotton trade and was lost ina Dealers are authorized to guarantee it to rnsfeeJLdridruy-., .
cyclone. give satisfaction in all cases. 25c. and his t': U-
50c. Wilson& Son. *
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lf4 The Mother's Favorite Aperfextilemedyforconstipa-

. Chamberlain's- Cough Remedy is the ,' The Chicago divorcee was talking about tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, "?
'.<;. ..' mother's favorite. It is, pleasant and I' her former husbands. "What- was the Worms.Convulsions.Feverish- F 0 =;
S."- safe for children to_ take and alwayscures matter :with the first?" asked her friend. ness and LOSS OF SLEEP 0 r ue r :

: :-It is' intended, especially for "He didn't understand me."- "And the '
"' ;" coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, second?" "H ; did."-Philadelphia Re- FacSimile Signature of 1
and is the best medicine for these dis cord. .
.may Years
"< S5. ;M..g eases. There is not the least danger in Thirty

, ,?' ;. giving it to children, for it contains no This season there is a large death rate NEW YORK. :
'r 7I >:;.- 4 opium or other injurious drug and may* among children from croup and lung .
be given as confidently to a babe as to an troubles. Prompt action will save the
..' adult: For<<; sale by B. R. Wilson & Son. little ones from these terrible diseases.We .

.. ....i?, .. know of nothing eo certain to give
,:A man should carry the wood and instant relief as One Minute Cough Cure.
;:" sweep the steps, for the opinion of the ,It can also be relied upon"in grippe and EXACT COPY"OF WRAPP B. IJj4 J r

;'t:: world is what makes him, and his neighbors :all throat and lung troubles of adults. .mX'1l, 4
.Pleasant to take. Wilson & Son. .THE CENTAUR COMPANY NCW YORK CITY.
his world. Atchison Globe. 1
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Photo by Fredricks, New York. The London News says that in Eng-
I Persons ,who suffer from indigestioncan
.- GENERAL FRA CIS V. GREE 1 land the
not expect to live long, because they consumption of tea exceeds that "
Outbreak, and Uncle Sam will have to cannot'eat the food required to nourish of all other European countries and of ,-
S whip some more of the more 'or less the body and the products of the undi- the United States together.A A B 0tia, Fide Sa,1ary

noble descendants of the Iberian.penin gested food they do eat poison the blood.It .
'. sula.J is important to cure indication as soon Deep Mystery. $12 vveek.1y.

J There 'a good deal of trouble over as.possible, and the best method of doing It is a mystery why women endure Men and women to appoint agents and represent us, some to -
the asphalt concessions. and matters this is to use the preparation known as backache, headache, nervousness, sleep travel, others fof local work. $12 weekly salary and expenses. j
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what lessness and Old established house, pleasant, permanent positions, rapid
are rather complicated,. The facts, of melancholy, fainting dizzy
S .you eat and restores all the digestive or- advancement and increase of wages. Write at once.
s S the dispute seem to be about as, follows spells when thousands have proved that.
health. Wilson .
to &
Y S : About 12 years ago a great Amerft. gans perfect Electric Bitters will quickly cure such j Address BUTLER & ALCER, j!

S scan asphalt company now known as troubles. "I" suffered for years with kidney Dept. E. NEW HAVEN, CoNN. S '1 i
Tumultuous Moment.DoctorI'mafraid
trouble, writes Mrs. Phebe Cherley,
the New York and Bermudez j
company your husband doesn't get enough i of Peterson, la., "and a lame back painedme
And as the "asphalt trust," obtained exercise. Mrs. De Style-Well, he'll be so I could not dress myself, but Elec-
from the Venezuelan government the exercised enough when my dressmaker tric Bitters wholly cured me, and, although ice THAT is ,y
!;: exclusive right for 25 years of workingthe sends in her bill.-Chicago News. 73 years old, I now am able to do i

asphalt, deposits: These are situ- ... all my housework. It overcomes con- Our Specialty
; ated in the, state of Bermudez. In the stipation, improves appetite, gives perfect ,
northeastern part of Venezuela, and A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks. health. Only 50c at Wilson & Son's andJ. r
are the largest and most valuable: de- Prof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, vice- B. Screven's drug store. 3 :: S .w: G. M. DAVIS & SON,

', "" posits of- this paving material In the president Illinois Woman's Alliance, in ic Tu

t world, being several times as great as speaking of Chamberlain's Cough Reme- S' ; A1 '- PALATKA, FLA, .
,the famous lake on the Island of Trlnl- dy, says: "I suffered with a severe cold CASTOR IAFor

dad. For 12 years this company has this'winter which threatened to run into Write for delivered prices.Steamship .
pneumonia. I tried different remedies
,taken out the asphalt and it recently Infants and Children.
but I seemed to worse and the med-
.. .erected there the largest asphalt refining grow The Kind You Have
icine upset my stomach. A friend ad- Always BoughtBears
works In the world. This company vised me to trv Chamberlain's Cough

t. has had the monopoly of the business Remedy, and I found it was pleasant to theSignature Ocean Co15AliTN'AII
and contends that Its title to the asphalt take and it relieved me at once. I am of

lakes Is perfectly good.. now entirely recovered, saved a doctor'sbill ,
3 There Is In existence, however an old time and suffering, and I will never
r t concession whose date seems to be uncertain be without this Fplendid medicine again."
For sale by B. R. Wilson & Son. nrn nnnnn nin : LINI'1.
: to some native capitalists and l'Lll LIME n'v Fast Freight

: z right promoters to work which the most gives valuable to them part the of "A great many people," says the Man Old DWU Hill LUlL n ,I. Passenger and Luxurious Route .

the asphalt mine of the company. This.. aynnk philosopher, "must believe there'sluck
would of course, If enforced, work in odd numbers judging by the way Unexcelled service from Floridato TO NEW YORK BOSTON AND THE EAST

>' S great Injury to the "trust" and destroy they look out for No. Philadelphia all points .. .. .. .. ,

F;, its monopoly. The natives sold this Record.
North East and West.
{ concession to a new American syndicate r
and the dispute between the two There is more catarrh in this section of the i Two trains daily between TAMPA,
Yankee companies is the cause of the country than all other diseases put together, JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and
trouble. and until the last few years was supposed to COLUMBIA, carrying Pullman Drawing
fib- The old has the ad-
' company be incurable. For a great many years doctors Room Sleeping Cars, cannecting at COLUMBIA
| vantage of possession, with about 1,000 pronounced it a local disease, and prescribedlocal with sleepers forWASHINGTON
armed employees to help It stay. The remedies, and by constantly failing to
' < cure with local treatment, pronounced it in ,
*? new company has the enormous advantage '"
curable. Science has catarrh to be
proven a
of having President Castro which constitutional disease, and, therefore,requires PHILADELPHIAand 4 ;
means the Venezuelan government on constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrrh NEW YORK.

t ; its side. The case is now pending before Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via _
Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional
.. the Venezuelan supreme court, cure ASHEVILLE. .
on the market. It is taken internally in doses
; which it Is expected will run counter to I from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts direct "Dixie Flyer" Through Sleeping Car
.' the president and confirm the News ]Iy on the blood and mucous surfaces of the Route between

...,: .' York and Bermudez company in ,itsr system. They offer one hundred dollars for JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUISvia
any case it fails to cure. Send for circularsand
claim. On the other hand, it is reported testimonials. Address, Lake City, Macon, Atlanta,
r. on the best authority that Castro Is F. J. CHENEY & CO.Toledo, 0. Chattanooga and Nashville, BY LAND AND SEA.

about to annul its concession. So, P- Sold by druggists, 75c. Making connections for KANSAS CITY, Short Rail Ride to Savannah,
s: speaking Hall's Family Pills are the best. ? thence via Palatial Express I
simply, the whole question CHICAGO and all points in Steamships. .
jt in, Which concession Is the valid one? the northwest. .
f".. The Venezuelan government has Just For Over Fifty Years Through sleeping-car service between Jack 0000000 I SAILINGS FROM SAVANNAH : ooooooo
had.on its hands another of the period.Ie MBS.WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has been sonville and New Orleans via River Junc- ooooooo K oooooooooooooo
used for over fifty years by millions of mothers tion and Pensacola. 00000001ooooooo' .
'South American "revolutions," for their children while teething with perfect SHIPS EACH
f' which has further complicated the success.It allays all pain cares the wind child colic softens, and Is the the pms best, i Full information application to any agentof ooooooo WEEK !!|OOOOOOOOOOOOOO
4 situation. The "revolution remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor this company. ,
asphalt little sufferer immediately. Sold by Druggists I TO NEW YORK,
however, has about petered out, as In every part of the world. Twenty-five cents E. ST. JOHN
S & bottle. Be sure and ask for Mrs.. Making close connections with New
do Winslow'l First Vice Pres. and General Manager, York.Boston Ships or Sound Lines.
and "
f they generally President Castro StK.thlntf Syrup and tag no other Kind
I c* ,: Is free to take whatever action he General V.Superintendent E. McBEE. Ail: ticket agents and hotels are snpplied with monthly sailing schedules

i pleases in the matter. There is a well Executors Notice to Creditors. L. S. ALLEN, Write for general information, sailing schedules,

4 .. defined feajUbat he contemplates using Notice is hereby given that the undersigned General Passenger Agent, staterooms reservations or call on .'.
., ,"" the forces"of the republic to oust the as executrix of the estate of Robert C. PORTSMOUTH, VIBqilttA.A. W. H. PLEASAXTS, G. F. & P. A., General WALTER HAWKINS, .
Scrimgeoar, deceased, late of Brevard county, New Pier 35 North Agent Traffic Department,
/ New York. and Bermudez River, New York:
company. Florida, hereby calls upon all creditors, legatees O. MACDONNELL, 224 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.Reliable .
Ii As they are American citizens this and distributees and all persons having Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt.,
'S'5 would be a breach of International claims and demands against the said estate of Jacksonville, Florida. ?' i1\
' ;: 55 peace, and might lead to the gravest, Robert C. Scrimgeour to present them to the SELECTED
$ undersigned executrix of said estate within 1 GardenESPECIALLY AND
' results. It la
- scarcely thought, how. two years, or the same will be barred. This H. A. i
ever, that President Castro will go to Nov. 30, 1900. MARY A. SCRIMGEOUR, HODGES, SOUTHERNPLANTING. I

'J such extremes. General Francis V. Executrix of the estate of Refugee and Valentine Beans, Genuine

". .,--':;," Greene of New York. Is president. of Robert C. Scrimgeour. Satsuma nights, Fla. Bermuda Onion Seed, Griffings
r' Succea-sand !
:-:, the.New York.and:.Bermudez company. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Dealer in and Manufacturers of sion Cabbage, Matchless and Field Seed
& ;: ,.:.:, This asphalt that is causing all the Maker Tomatoes, etc.. ete. I
' 4Y. +Mnh'A IQ TrtA 41T1AA1* o4"Y1Fr that. has Notice is hereby riven to all creditors that VUTTnu T"'Tn .. __ -- .

. :'' come,&into' >such 'general "use -as .payIng : six accounts months and from apply date to I the will Hon.present D. Gaul-final .I..rJ.lJ.lJU AND CYPRESS n rig r, I I 11 Mil Hi complete Stock of mesh Field and warden Seed Always on Band.

P::S: material during the past few years. den, county judge of Brevard county, Florida i 'v IB%f III mM BB| I ONLY CAREFULLY
;\lr In Trinidad and Bermudez it is found for my discharge as administrator of the SEED SENT OUT.

:" .' ',' in great "lakes" which look as though guardian estate of Cornelia of Walter S.J.,Bass.Bass, deceased- and as Frnit and Vegetable Crates THE EXCELSIOR SEED FARMS

I-...: they .were nothing but" masses' of,blacks THOS. C. BASS, TOE GRIPPING BROTHERS ,
mud.: ;The surface-Is fairly firm: ,.and a Administrator of C. S. Bass and Estimates furnished for complete bills of P. 0. Box 533 8. COMPANY.
: '. curious thing about the lakes is that guardian of Walter J. Bass. lumber to be delivered at any point; on the fr JACKSONVILLE FLA.
TnusviLLE, FLA, November 16,1900. .East Coast. CMaingue free upon app.
r.<:_ >_.. ""'- the_quantity aiwayj remains. :the. nff 'TT'jTT E"PTJT7Tr r"rrrwTrnriB'iiTMr azriiT tjiL M i !
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"r'7';: ; .. ; THE FLORIDASTAR.. FRIDAY,JANUARY-251901.;
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THE FLORIDA ARRrx representatives now seems cer- The-.Dead Queen. .. ,::1-'
-- ,. tain. The. of the?Burleigh r*
I passage. The whole world will mourn :MS*

tom En. e at the post ftl $at Titusville as bilLis more than; a. thereat of justice with England over the death of 4 KIN =. .

,, "second-class mail. matter.- ; and should be .so. consideredby Queen Victoria, the, most 'highly tAI A '.'J

'0 Ellis, :B.'Wager, .JCdltor and Publisher. the people of .Florida; we now esteemed woman who has ever r.WDER! -';:-.

-,- will have:yet another rote and ad- worn:.a crown. The demise of any j"i

'PUBLISHED EVERY.FBIDAY. :MOENIKG.. ditional influences toward securing great-ruler is always a. momentous E

those objects of national importancefor event: and .particularly in the.instance wholesome
: SUBSCRIPTION,91.80 PER ANNUM; Makes more deltdous,and -.
=t 75,CENTS FOB SIX MONTHS. which our representatives in where the. deceased has

the'past have :so faithfully stood.It swayed the scepter for nearly the OY+ .tamo wwcea co.,15WYoac. .
,, \dverttatrig aBatea Furnished on' '
: Application., is true,. continues our contemporary span of a long life time. The
1 that in securing these we queen's greatest hold' on her peoplewas The steamship City of Key West, ter, Capt. S. A. Bravo. ,She is practicallya

It must be clearly understood' that neither help ourselves, but the whole south of domestic which has been undergoing repairs in new boat, with new: copper bottom and
TEX STAB nor ita'editor is responsibleoropinions : Miami Thursdayof freshly painted etc. She is
Jacksonville arrived at now on the
-expressed correspondents. and .west need additional harbors, and
R-- ; public virtues through.precept old West
last week in command of her mas- Key run.
Subscribers .Will'confer, a, favor on TEX while the east will profit by the and,practice. This 'accounts in a

i'; STAB if they will notify us of'any. failure to trade_these will bring-alLneed_the great measure' for the close_affectionin

receive their paper.Communications additional our fleet will .,.
protection which she has been held by her ;

$: : live-topics- : especiallyof. receive from the southern harbors subjects. Her goodness really made CON QUARTER-century old

= .local interest,are solicited.. But the editor that should be opened and they : 1Ib 1LOpIi remedy for and
r reserves the right to condense them to suit. her supreme in, the hearts of her pJ* l I 1 I .' ,/ I i I coughs '
Brief items of neighborhood news always will furnish the best ,security: for people. It is to be hoped that Edward S colds that's as good today .

= .- desired. the defense of the great canal in VII will sustain that respect ,L j / as it ever was, and I"
' :,; '..:'.', tim of need.Therefore and admiration which she has received I + ;: always has been the best Twen .
:; .., ': Ex-Senator Hill's Invitation. / fl five of
: < a national duty now on account of her many rare years guaranteeing Foley'sHoney 21

TT :; As-yet Ex-Senator.Hill has not devolves upon the state of Florida and incomparable qualities as a -t V i and Tar, because it was a ?i

;', of the :: best .sure remedyhas brought its reward -oi-
send the
t.- : : replied to the' invitation -it is our duty to conservative ruler.
: .. that state fill T/::: ,I in large sales and many friends. :1
/ ..:,. Texas legislature to visit man possible to the new placeof O j
It's still the ..
t, ;. 8ndj give'an address on the political responsibility offered us in_Wash I The. Justices'Manual.From / psHC t same guaranteed-to- ;. i

: issues of the day. There are ington. He must be a strong as i, i 't; ; cure-or-money-back remedy. ;
< .. ; the Tallahasseean It will cure all coughs and colds,
;': :: probably some doubts as to whether well as a good man one,entirely in ti u
'_ t i The paper-bound volumes of the Manual NN V( : croup and whooping cough, la ;_
-.:.. : : ; er he will accept the invitation, sympathy with the policy hereto- of the Statutes of Florida, applicableto 5CO. grippe and bronchitis. It will ,=

'.- .:: ... and even his most intimate friends fore adopted, and ready to fall into matters which justices of the peace ndcounty' vo c w relieve asthma and consumption, 4eHt
the and
are not informed as to that. line with the work so well begun. judges have jurisdiction, preparedby vent even pneumonia.worst cases It's, guaranteed.pre

""K : Probably the exsenat6r realizes V rxjjrxjvJTj-r- --r-u--_ Judge Raney, are now in the hands of .

*--'Kl"v' the.. fact that an acceptance of this Why Trusts Flourish. Sl.OO the secretary per volume.of state The, ready bound for volumes sale at For cuts, bruises or sores

rt invitation would be regarded- as According to Professor Hadley, will be delivered in about two weeks, BANNER SALVE is best.B. .

. 1, the initiatory step in the campaign of Yale niversity, the reason trusts. and the latter will then be distributed to

l.: of four years hence for the presidential flourish. is because public sentiment justices of the peace and county judges. R. WILSON & SON.
nomination of his The volume contains in addition to
t y<- party. ,
is with them. In the course
'. 4. whatever he might the statutes referred to, such provisionsof F

:i = Consequently would be liable to criticism of a lecture at Princeton universitylast the state constitution as are necessaryto .... .. ..; ....;..,.:. ......... ...' ... ..... ; ............, ........... .........; ..0:.
say week.he said : "Most people the of the work and rules of ;: ..:., ..;.:....A'O. .. .. ... :.,...-;.: .......::..... :. : .:-:
purpose :' .: .. '! : :,. .-, .. '. ... ; : .
.t. : : :
1 from that standpoint.. And it maybe object to trusts. Why? Largely evidence and forms of procedure in both :.....'.:.:.:. ..... ... ... "...I.'. t'..." .S:. '... ... .;? ..... .. ...'. ."." .. ... ...:.:..,.:....

i that he has hardly decided that' because they do not own them." civil and criminal cases. It has also an 'iv; Jfc" ..:.:.:'

". the time is at hand for him to oe ample index, and embraces the numer- : : ..;.'.
The inference is that if they :j: Experienced asv
; candi ous changes which legislation subsequentto
regarded as a presidential .. .
: owned them would not .
,.''. date. It'probably would be better they objectto the revised statutes has made in that .::: Wheelmen #; :
J4 :
: them Therefore their objectionto .
" volume, rendering the use of the session :'
; to wait for a or two and allow ... .
.: year :.
',;. them is not public sentiment.If laws since 1891 necessary to an under- :..: 4 choose Ramblers because they have tone ::, .' i
"; the differences in the Democratic they did own them and took a standing of our statutes. The Manual :'.',' and style,as well as all good points which ...:. :.:i
go to make up a wheel of very highest .-.
t party to adjust themselves before firm stand against them trusts will, therefore, to the extent contemplated grade. The latest models of :.......
, : taking any step that would draw would be shorn of the features to by the act under which it was framed, .:........'..
attention to him supply our statute law in one book. :.,':
{: public as a presi-. iiP .. .
which the public objects. In fact, .,
Providential and other ; .
", dential candidate. causes, over ::..:.'.
the trust evil would disappear.From which no one had any control, have delayed .:...
{ ; The Texas legislature has proba- : .
the standpoint of Professor the book months beyond the expectation .,... ..:.:..
: : bly made a mistake in extending Hadley it will not be possible to of those engaged in getting it .. ....... "fj5: _- BICYCLES :..',..'-.:...
, an invitation to both Mr. Hill and '... ......'
out. But it will be none the less fervice- ... .
" .... destroy trusts'.until the great ma- .
.,. :.- Mr. Bryan in the same resolution. able on that account. .."...:.; "notice the extra reinforced frames" .:...:.
of the
not .
jority people are willing .
[' To a man up a-jtree! it looks as ':...:. r are the very best built wheels on the mar :.:.
only to talk against them but alsoto ..:. ket to-day. They last. X s
'-" though the friends of Mr. Bryan Masters of Men. ..... : ..
.'. .
The good the :
refuse to profit in reputation gained by
: were afraid to have the ex-senator any way by I The Saturday Evening Post announcesfor ..e.. .. Rambler builders. during their 21 years' ....::..' t
:>, them. There can be no effective ::. experience,makes the Rambler a safe and ...
: visit the state arid address the pea early publication a twelve-part serial ... \ profitable investment for both the novice .. : -
' ple unless Mr. Bryan was close at public sentiment against trusts as story of love and adventure by Morgan ?:.. and well posted wheel buyer. > -V.:

long as so many in every community [lol>ertson. "Masters of Men" is a powerful 1 i :
hand to counteract influences : RAMBLER
. ._ any are willing to profit by them. tale of the new navy. .. ;. PRICE $40 : :. t.
that Mr. Hill's'views might exert. .. .
The central figures in the story are a . -
The is true in the of "
same case :; Ask for "JustufA"'t" booklet. .
Neither is it at all probable that rich who has entered the .: ; .
orphan, navyas ......... .. ... ..:::.I
the views Mr. Hill might express liquor legislation. Prohibitionlaws an apprentice, and a young ensign, .,......,........ ... :........................: ....... .......... ... .......... ...'...................-.-,.......T... :>"'j..
be M.
cannot enforced where .
with thoseof fresh-from the Naval academy. The author .V,. '. :.' ':. : ., ... ,..,. ..:'.1:... ..I.. ..:: ... 1. : ...- ::... '!
? I
;- would be in harmony there is not a strong belief that the leads his two heroes through a maze '.. ."..": .. .. :''. ..... ...:... :t..... :.... :.. ..... :...:o ......-::: ..:.: ...I-: .
Mr. Bryan consequently when the --
.5 sale of liquor should be prohibited.The of adventures by land and sea.
time for future action comes up it law prohibiting railroads from This romance may fairly be called the E. B. WAGER, Agent.Titusville, Fla.

would be difficult for these men to best work of the best writer of sea stories
cutting rates and giving rebates is
- agree upon platform that would in the country.
largely ineffective because there is
be acceptable all around. Mr. Hill 4D DIRECT LINE-QUICK TIME TOWASHINGTON
a feeling that the weaker roads .
would undoubtedly like to be the Captured After Eight Years.On +

) nominee for 1904, but he can be would no go to from the it.wall if there were a summer evening in 1893 two negroes Q4$% ,

relied upon to do nothing that is escape made a murderous assault upon BALTIMORE
4 likely to strengthen the spirit of The Savannah News calls atten- William Mourey, of St. Augustine, then : ,
tion to the fact that there is The "
agrow- but a youth. negroes were young ,
factionalism and his friends
say ing belief now that the industrial roughs, and had difficulty in picking a
great ,
that he will not be in the of
i way combinations are enablingthis quarrel with the young white man. Finally 5011111cmLOUISVILLE

any man who wants the nomina to undersell other they struck him, and when he at-
tion if it appears that there are country tempted to defend himself one of the

other candidates who can show a countries in the markets of the party stabbed him in the side, inflicting ,

4t:. better chance of winning. There-, world, and hence the lukewarmnes what threatened to be a mortal wound. .- ___ -. __
cor in enforcing anti-trust laws.If Joe Perry was then sheriff of St. Johns .
4 fore we do not look for Mr. Hill to
trusts could be controlled so that county, after a lapse of several months,
z; accept the invitation extended to they would be satisfied with legiti- succeeded in causing the arrest of John KilIIWiI CHATTANOOGA,
.S him by the Texas legislature. That Alba, one of Mourey's assailants. Alba MEMPHIS
the ,
body has acted a little prematurely general feeling was tried, found guilty, and sentenced to ST.
would be in favor of LOUIS,
encouragingthem. .
and in that light it will be re- seven years' imprisonment.Sheriff
It is their that who has been out of WEST.KANSAS CITY
garded by those who are best post- greed pro- Perry, AND ALL POINTS EAST AND ,
vokes hostility to them. The hopeis office for four years, was never satisfied
ed the affairs of the Demo-
at not being able to secure the capture
entertained that threatened
cratic party. op- and conviction of Edward Sanders, the THIS:
position will keep their greed within
: one who it is believed inflicted the
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bounds, but at present this hopehasn't wound. On resuming the duties of sheriff THE New YORK AND

; Florida's New Representative. much to rest upon."JERSEY the first of the year, Sheriff Perry

r. Governor Jennings has mentioned ,.iU iu<>_rin i-| -_ ir iTXjr >_rv, looked up the old case, and sent out to all FLORIDA LIMITED

justice" is sometimes the sheriffs of the state asking their as
the fact to the people of Florida,

both in his addresses during the spoken of in a disparaging manner; sistance.he heard from But a Sheriff few days Higginbotham passed, when, of The Most Luxurious Train in the World. Exclusive Pullman Equipment

t last campaign, and also in his inaugural but it moved swiftly and truly in Nassau county, that a man answering the (Daily Except Sunday.)

address, that while the the Bosschieter case in Paterson.In description was living in Fernandina. Jacksonville to New York, only 28 hri. St. Augustine to New York, only 29 hn.

population of the state has quad- less than a week the perpetrators Correspondence disclosed the fact that TilE NEW YORK ALSO

. : rupled, her judges remain the same of one of the foulest crimes in Sheriff Higginbotham; had the right man, AND FLORIDA EXPRESS'And

the annals of the state had been and, acting on Sheriff Perry's instruc THE UNITED
S = in number; he might have said, tions, arrested him. STATES FAST MAILTo

I too, adds the Times-Union and tried and convicted, notwithstanding Sheriff Perry went to Fernandina this the East and Hopth (t

r Citizen, that the business has been they were young white men week and brought the prisoner to St.

with influential friends and solid Augustine for trial. He was given a pre- THE
multiplied by twenty as a reproofto CHICAGO
5 liminary hearing before County Judge AND
financial backing, while their victim
V those who find fault with the inefficiency -
Cooper Tuesday and is held for the actionof
?k- of our congested courts. was a poor mill girl. The the grand jury.

In the same measure our interestin evidence against the prisoners was FLORID SPECIAL.

national affairs has increased, clear, and they were promptly Girls Should Not Send Valentines (Daily except Sunday.)

t while the number of our representatives found guilty. It is impossible to "It is a woman's privilege to be courted Superb Solid Pullman Traia Through to Chicago Without Change.

in Washington remained pass over the case without contrast- ," writes Margaret R Sangster in the Jacksonville to Chicago, only 31 hours. St.Augustine to Chicago, only 32 houn.
it with the of February Ladies' Home Journal. "There-
the same-the, interests of Florida, ing progress justicein Also the CINCINNATI AND
New fore the man sends the valentine, nqt the LIMITEDTO
state York.In
an adjoining .
i ; with her extended seacoast and girl. Thoughtless and silly girls some- THE WEST AND NORTHWEST.
__ peninsular position, are now those the latter it frequently takes times overlook this fact that they are to Vestibuled
f weeks to get jury, months to con- be sought and never do the seeking, and Through Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Through
of the nation driven by necessity Coaches Perfect
Dining Car Service
i an old observer sees with pain that they on all Trains..
clude the and
to reach, out after an expanded case, years to reacha employ little arts to attract the other sex; Through Trains via Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with the

r ; trade,-and additional points ofcon- I final adjudication of it. The that,| save the mark, they behave, here Plant System from Jacksonville.

.. tact with those who make the comjnerce Molineux affair is a case in point. should and there, as if everything they could do SIDE TRIP EXOURSION TICKETS to "THE LAND OF THE SKY"
r be done to gain the approving
k of the world. There are worse ways in which notice of the opposite sex. This createsa For Rates, Schedules and Information, call on or address

Therefore, it is of more than lo eminent statesmen could be associated false position and is always cheapening A. 6IRARDEAU. Tn.'Uq Passenger Agent. W. T. COSBY; TrlvlUng Passenger Agsat.
, that with dead ducks than to a girl, not only in the eyes of others, 108 West Bay Street, 'ACUOHVIUE, FLA.
we are given
importance killing but also in time, when the awakeningcomes $. H. HAMWICX General Puiiiiir gtnlWASHIMGTOK w. H. IAYIOE, Aut S.n. Pats. Agent
another member of the house of j I them with a shotgun. : it is degrading to her self-respect.".. 0. C. ATUNTA, 81..

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: VOL:XXI.:- 'TITUSVILLE, FLAX, FRIDAY,' JANUARY 25, i901. NO. 40. : J;; ::1

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: :. CURRENTLOC11CON1CS.( A Robert TitUsville Coleman'is School. back this Bn8. OEFACT- A AND D': GOSSIP. :l Florida The Florida! Produce Farmer Thrown and Fruit Away Grower LATEST I NEWS AND 1 INCIDENTS[ : ".1 T

week :asserts<< from 150,000 to
Brief ..Mention of. -What. la "Going On,In Current Events of the Present Week 200,000 packages Matters'of Interest That Are Happening ,
and About Tltnevule.f Lacy Grisard, who was sick last.week, Portrayed In Brief., of Florida produce valued at $20,000, are Around l
i*.with us.again.. thrown away in New York. city every
.your watches for repairs to W. M. CapU Fischer arrived at Palm Beach 'year This deplorable result is brought Hon. C. M. Cooper, of Jacksonville, z
Wo d ward Titusville, Work guaranteed.Mrs. The number of pupils on the schoolroll"at Wedpesdaj with the EliseF
> hundred and about partly by indifferent sorting and was in this. place Wednesday.. :. t
present is one J forty-
... 8.:F.. :Webb,,of Eden, was in town Mr. Gus Muller, of Jacksonville, wasa packing of indifferent produce.but chiefly Mr. M. S.; Jones, Jr., returned Wed. ;
,the early part of the week interviewing five.We passenger on the south bound train by indiscriminate shipping one center riesdayjfrom a short stay with his relatives .
Dr, Hough n dn.the Deritos.Mr. have another pupil, Marie Del- Tuesday bound for.Miami. producing congestion and a,diseased at St. Lucie. .. C t
tenre.' She is in Prof' Moon' room market. These facts the Farmer,
Adhemar Brady returned 'to .his making the total in this room thirty :Mr. R. E. Mims, Jr., was called to, Cocoa illuminate,with calcium, light the necessity Mr. John Henry paid a short visit to
home at Point Saturday afternoon the first of the week to-do L
City some Melbourne Beach this week, returning ;
of organization the
after spending several days, "This is the American, flag. It is .on hprseshoeing for parties there. among growersof Wednesday.Rev. .
Florida to the distribution
regulate ,. as
our board. It has thirteen stripes and ..
*Judge Jones left' yesterday for Klondike (orty-five'stars. It is our country's flag. Mr. and Mrs.'Theg. R. Crook, of, Clif- the pineapple growers have done from A. M. Daiger will preach at the

,yia Woodley, the road from Wood- The colors are red, white and blueredis ton, sailed to town yesterday with the the beginning The Farmer suggests as Methodist church Cocoa, next Sunday

'ley out; being'far: better, that from for brave, white is for pure and-blueis_ fine westerly breeze to spend a day or so. a'partial remedy that more Florida' pro- morning and evening, Jan. 27th. }

Sebastian, for truth." Mr.,D. E. Thompson, general; .manager duce be shipped to markets in the south, Attorneys G. A. Wortey and W. R.

i We'call specialattention to the new Little Laura Penney ad us a 'compo Of the St. Augustine Printing, and_ Publishing where the awakening prosperity has Anno, of Miami, have been in town for a
advertisement of Mr. C. S. Sctiuyler our company, arrived here yesterdayand created a demand for and the means to
sition, "The Flag," Monday afternoon, day or so on business before the circuit
live insurance agentwhich:': will be foundon which she wrote herself She is only is'registered at the Indian River. purchase more,luxuries. judge. .

page 8 this week. seven years old and just. started to school Mr. Dick Rocker, of Cocoa, washer If you have anything you want to dispose ,

*,Mr. E H.-Mace,"of New York'city, ar- this term, when she could neither read several days the first of the week l looking New Classifications.The of advertise it in THE STAB. .You' ,

Lived"Wednesday and will spend a few nor write. It was written very nicely ,after his home place at Mims. He is en- railroad commission held an im- will be, surprised how the returns will. -

days'here before' joining his brother on and neatly and reads as follows:' larging his grove considerably this year. portant meeting in Tallahassee last week, come in. ,.

the. schooner Edna,,at Palm Beach. It is quite a pleasure for U3 to visit Miss Rev. A. M. Daiger, of this place, has at which there were representatives from New lines in 1901 bicycles will be received ,

I Mrs C. Gardner 'was made very Bessie Brian's room, I went in the other lately taken to bicycling and has selected all the leading towns operating whollyor in a few.days by The Florida Cycle -
happy Wednesday afternoon by the' arrival day and Miss Bryan showed me some rf Crescent for his use, purchased from in part in this state. The matters un- company. Lighter frames, small tubing

of her mother from Alabama, who valentines the little ones are making. It Mr. E. B., Wager, the local agent, this der consideration were the various freight will be the go this year.
will probably epend'aome time with her. is remarkable how clean they keep the : ,week. classifications embracing in all about five
Dr. B. R. Wilson called south
cards and how nicely they do the work. hundred articles. They'were taken up, was
Jas..M. Codman of the
Miss Susie Gladwih has resumed her The,'valentines are cards with flowerslmd one members one at a time and disposed of in regular Monday afternoon to Eau Gallie to Mr.
of the Canaveral club 1
position In. the, postoffice after quite a verses outlined on them and the children Wednesday to meet a friend, came from over the order occupying the whole of the lengthy William Treutler, who was very ill. The

severe attack of la grippe. Her motheris work them with bright colored .silks. north who will stop at the club's day and night sessions until the whole doctor returned Tuesday afternoon.

quite:ill at this writing with the-- 'same They are to have a postoffice on St. Val a while.I f quartersfor lot had been disposed of. Miss Bessie Bryan has been forced to :-
trouble. entine's day and give'each other valen- At the beginning of the session the give up the kindergarten department of i

Mrs. Woodall and Mrs..Hitchcock paid tines. can now positively extract teeth with- railroad people took the ground that the our public'school for several days this "

THE STAR office a pleasant call last Friday out pain by a new preparation recently commission had no right to make classifications week on account of an attack of la grippe.> t
Whenever the clock ticks half past eigflt obtained. Price $1.00 without this
afternoon and editor regrets his ab- We late that their province was only to Lawrence the little' old
ye begin to harry BO we won't be five-year son of
means 50 cts. Remember that I well
sence from the office just at the 'time, .of And thej>ell begins its merry ringingWe am revise the specifications made by the Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brady, was quite ill '
for business
equipped and do all
can roads. The contention and other similar
their calling. haste to school and soon our studies the first of the week with fever and con- '
manner of dental work in the best overruled the merits of the
beginning.In ones being vulsions. : f
Mr Fred. M. Munroe; treasurer of the i manner M. D. L. DODSOX. case were then taken up. The new classifications He was quite well again Wed
school as the hours go slowly by, nesday.
Life Publishing and .i
Brooklyn company 7
Some of us often begin to sigh, Mr. Amos Wolfe, of Lanark, Ill., accompanied are now practically completed,
the New Home Conductor
'editor,of Life and York But most of us are quite content, and embrace about everything in the list Copeland is in charge of the
': Journal, has arrived to visit his brother, As upon oar studies we are bent. here between by a trains friend of his, stopped off of necessaries of life, farm, garden, grove, Sanford branch! of the F. E. C. railway, *
Kirk Munroe, at Cocoanut Grove, accompanied Wednesday after- orchard and such products and will Conductor Deesz being transferred to the
And at last when school is finally out, noon. Mr. Wolfe is a prominent busi-
byldrs. Munroe. run between Jacksonville and St.
make considerable reductions in these Augus-
If our lessons were good there's a
merry ness man of Lanark, and stopped here to
tine. Conductor
Miami was' honored on Saturday last shout; lines of freight Copeland and wife are
see Mr. F. S. Chaffee. These two
by the presence of Messrs., Bryan, Day If they were not, we are all very cross' tlemen will probably stay here for gen-a But for the length of the list, and the stopping at the Indian River hotel. 1 n

'", and Morgan, who constitute the railroad And so you see its a terrible loss. week OP so on their way home from their necessity of publishing the old and 'the Capt. Simonson carried a party to the -

'":;i ,commission of Florida. These distinguished trip down the coast. new to enable a proper understanding, ocean beach Sunday via the Haulover iitasi
gentlemen came to- attend the ,Arrival of Nevins' Party. I they would be given here. canal in the sloop Why Not. In the '

meeting of the Dade county growers held "Farmers Guide is'the name.of a The Dade county, vegetable growers party were Mr. R. L. Motlow and fami ..

,, I there,on Saturday.Mr. Ex-Chief Thos. F. Nevins, formerly of. book, and as its title indicates, is a guideto had a meeting called for the 19th, at Mi- ly, his brother, Mr. Jas. Motlow, Dr. J. '
the Brooklyn fire department, but now a farmers in the cultivation and fertiliz- ami, and had requested the commissioners W. Grisa.rd and two little daughters.
-. Henry M. Flagler, Mr. 'J. R. Par- prominent banker and broker, with a
ation of all crops typical to America. to be present. The commissioners Notwithstanding baffling breezes they
c.: Tott, Mr. R. T. Goff, Mr. J. P. Beckwith large party of friends, including Mr. This book is handsomely bound, profusely already had several matters, besides the had a very pleasant time.

.and Mr. Keenan, Jr., went south from Hugh-McLaughlin, the head of the Kings illustrated,and every farmer should above, before them, and are quite busy.
fit. Augustine in Mr. Flagler's private car county Democratic organization, whichis have it in his library. It can be had Another meeting will be necessary at an Mr. Phil Leonardy, a prominent cattle
Monday. Mr. Flagler sailed on Monday to the Long Island side of Greater New without charge from the German Kali early date. owner and resident of Osteen, was in
\_- and the others of the town the first of the week, returning from
for Nassau
night York what Tammany Hall is to Manhattan Works, 93 Nassau St., New York. .
returned to St.,Augustine. here afternoon EGGS FOR SALE. Jacksonville where he was summoned
party passed through Monday L.. .. _
i their to the Riverview Capt. Isaac E. Brown and wife, of New ; week as a witness lor tne r.' E. u.
on way on From the following strains: Light Brah-
Mr. Willie- Cleveland, superintendentfor I Merritts Island, which is the winter homeof Haven, Conn., were among the arrivals mas, Cuban and Indian Games. Will railway in the suit of Gibson and Palmervs.
the Titusville Electric Light company, Mr. Nevins where they all will spend in Titusville yesterday afternoon. Thisis sell a trio of Brahmas at $3.50; five Cu- the above railroad company. Mr.
paid a visit to Rockledge the-latter part the balance ef the season. In the partyare the captain's first visit to Florida in bans, $10.00. Mr. Leonardy went home on the 7 a. m. ;
of last week to start up the electric plant Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin, Mr. and three years, and his many friends here Jos. A. COLLINS, train Monday. _
of the Hotel Indian River for the season.
in this Mrs. Thomas F. Nevins, Mr. J. Quaid, are exceedingly glad to greet him again. Titusville, Fla. For a period prior to 1876 Judge JohnW.
Cleveland's services
respect Miss S. Quaid, L. J. Nevins, Col. Thomas The captain and his wife are stopping at Price, of DeLand, was judge of this ,
seem to be in demand every year for this Kerrigan and the Misses Kerrigan and the Indian River hotel. They may spend No Member-at-Large. judicial circuit, and Thomas Emmett '

particular plant. Mr. Robert Furey. Colonel Kerrigan has several weeks here, but expect to extend There appears to be no good reason' Wilson, of Sanford, was state's attorney.

Capt. Peter Nelson, wife and little 'son for many years been the auctioneer for their Florida trip to Havana before returning why the third member of congress that Thus the two men were intimately associated -

returned here Monday from Jensen, the sheriff of Kings county, and Mr. home. We acknowledge a pleasant has been assigned to Florida under the together in the court business of .

i. where they spent a few days. They left Robert Furey, 'according to Mr. Mc- call. new apportionment act should be electedfor this section of Florida. It seems a little ;

c point bound for Miami. On account of tractors in' the United States." The Tuesday night from Banana creek and susceptible of division into three compact many years they were again brought to-

: unpleasant weather Capt. Nelson'gave up. above party is bent on pleasure and are Banana river, where the following party districts-east, west and south, each gether as associate 'counsel in a criminal
'. the balance of the trip via sailboat to Miami bound to have it if it takes all the season, spent the past two or three weeks hunting with at least one great seaport and each, case in the circuit court at Kissimmeelast .

,, and will go down a little later via for, as Mr. McLaughlin puts it, "people and fishing: Messrs. W. J. LaRoche, in a measure, with distinct aims and in- week. f

.: rail.The that go to see Mr. Nevins never leave un- of Brooklyn; J. Ross Valentine, of Wood- terests. Nothing could be simpler or '
: launch Zoryada arrived here yesterday til the season is'over." bridge N. J.; C. F. Naething, of New more satisfactory than for the incoming THE WHITE STORE.

I : morning from Melbourne to meet It i York city and Prof. Jack Laflin, of Ti- legislature to grant the electors of each of We guarantee better goods for less t.
Mr. Pettee and party, who arrived on BOAT FOR SALE. tusville. All of the party, except Mr. these three great sections of the state the money than any house in the county. ,

'" train 35 in the afternoon. Capt. Alex. Nearly flat-bottomed cat boat, about 20 Laflin, left for their homes Wednesday right to choose their own representativein W. CRAYFORD..

j 3oode showed us through this elegant feet long, thoroughly overhauled and rebuilt afternoon, after a fine outing, stopping at congress; nothing would be more con- i'

:. .' launch which is luxuriously fitted up. with new sail, j just the boat for St. Augustine and Jacksonville. Mr. ductive to j alousy and discord than the The Stockmen Benefited:

. r..:: She is about 60 feet over all, about 10 cruising the Indian river. Can_ be seen Laflin has been ill for the past week witha choice of the third member by the stateat The following comparison is fairly con-

.:>'y.' feet beam, has' 20-horsepower, 4-cylinder at this place. Address S., care STAB severe attack of lumbago, but is now large. The election of United States clusive as to the value of the Stockmen's < :
IJ; Standard gasoline motor has electric office. considerably better. The Rose Marie senators is seldom accomplished without association of Oaceola county. Four years

., :: :.' light plant on board,'electric searchlight, will remain in port here for awhile. sharp sectional strife; no more would be nan at. the. fall...n term_n__ of__ the__._ circuit court
i and the interior is all finished in mahogJ Automobile Line the nomination of a congressman at large. the grand jury sat two weeks, investigated

{.;:' any. The little vessel is very seaworthy, Investigating Rock For Roads.We Shall this representative come from South two dozen cattle cases, and found thir-
; close to four feet of water and While in town Thursday of last week Florida from West Florida from
r;:, drawing or or teen indictments for cow stealing. At ,
: hear that Messrs. John Waller, C. ;
r Mr. Frank Bond of DeLand told THE
she makes about 9 miles an hour. East ? which
t ;. Florida are questions might the present term the grand jury sat less
T. McCarty and J. 0. Fries, who went to
STAB man about his trial trip in an automobile -
serious discord within the Democratic
; {<:\ Messrs. E. F. Cooley and Fred Tho- between ,Daytona and DeLand, Dade county a few days ago to investi cause than three days, investigated only one

i i.. man, of Lansing, Mich,, arrived, town which he. made in company with Mr. T. gate the possibility of securing rock to be combination party, and of by some possible future cattle case, and found no indictment for
: C last Saturday afternoon, and have been L. and the. of the used on the public roads of Brevard county political circumstances, cow stealing. Four years ago it was not n
i:.,_:". ,, busily engaged all\ the week fitting upI line, in two hours prompter and ten minutes.proposed have concluded to report favorably ,'gether.lose to the, party a representative the alto-into safe to invest money in cattle. Now it is ;

(t-- Mr. Coole/s new auxiliary cruiser. Mr. The trip was made for the purpose of in- upon the purchase of several acres of three districts By reapportioning the will state be in a perfectly safe investment. Four years wl

I b-5', : i Gilbert, of Jacksonville\ state agent for i specting the road and ascertaining neces- rock land for the county near Little river, line with tLe sacred legislature doctrine of home ago cow stealing cases cost the state thou- t
sands of dollars. Now
the is
has been here provided a special rate for transportingthe expense
the Olds gasoline\ improvements to make it suitablefor
r ; sary rule and will make mistake.-Orlando
no slight from this class of crime. Four
' ;,... this week placing the two 6-horse power automobiles, which will make regular rock (after it is crushed) can be made -
. 1_" motors in the new craft, which will be trips between these two places. with the F. E. C. railway to points desired Sentinel-Reporter. years ago there was a well grounded be-
in this The available lief that a rich cow thief could not be
: occasion The boat county.
requires. sup-
". used when The company proposes to operate regu- PROPERTY FOR SALE.
; ,l :-'.. is provided with a schooner rig; so'in fair lar schedules between Daytona, Sea- ply of shell having been exhausted, this sent to the penitentiary. Now it is generally M
: The following is offered for sale the understood that
has been forced to look money cannot 1
; J. < weather the sails can be used.. Messrs. ,. breeze, Ormond, Port Orange, Mosquito county up some
;: 5 Cooley and Thoman will probably go as Inlet and DeLand. other material for making good roads, owner at very low prices, if taken at keep a guilty man out of the phosphate, E

"'- ; West perhaps further, with. are and and marl or lime rock seem to be the once: mines. Four years ago the cow thieves
automobile ,1
I far as Key The cars large i One four-year-old mare, broken to har-
: only materials that are at hand. If the were organized in bulldozing bands, and
=<.r- their. new craft. roomy, of handsome design and very' ness and saddle, $75; one pair of mules
. tbi ::.. comfortable, and will no doubt do an immense marl can be worked to advantage it will and wagon, $225; one pair of heavy the stockmen were disorganized. Now
.. undoubtedly be cheaper than the rock- and $250 mule the cow thieves are disorganized and
: WANTED. business during both winter and mules wagon, ; one $75,
I berry strained as the latter will have to be crushed and guaranteed for all work and gentle; 300 cowed, and it is the stockmen who are

'i. ,: -honey Pure,,in dark ten,saw-palmetto gallon lots, or by the bar- summer. then transported some two hundred head of bogs in good order, $400; 10 organized. Can the lesson of co-operation .

, jk: rel. Quote cash price. FOB SALE. miles, while the marl can be had near to swarms bees, $25. be plainer-Kissimmee Valley Gazette.
t'. SAW-PALMETTO MEDICINE Co., the roads to be improved almost all Also the following real estate: House :
DIXON transit with
Second hand surveyor's up :
> ,
:i;: and lot located near Titusville, ten acres
, ;'. Titusville, Fla. ... tripod.' Would exchange for camera. and down the river. Orange Grove For Sale.
tf $1,500; twenty acres :pine land, part orange
,. G. STAR
: : For further particulars address grove, fifty bearing trees, $300; forty One of the finest groves in Erevan
'!.Y' "L W. HARPER" is the "Gold Medal"whiskey office, Titusville. SUGAR MILL FOR SALE. of hammock and five under
acres orange grove county; acres, good wire fence,
,p, :.' of.the world. Highest awards With evaporating pan, suitable for a o'n same, $800 house. and lot in North at Shiloh, with 400 boxes of fruit on
; .;, at Paris, 190Chicago, 1893; }New Or- GASOLINE ENGINES. farm of 100 to 200 acres. Apply to Miami, $500. same this winter. Will sell with or with

t F.G ., ..',-- leans, 1885. Unbeaten and unbeatable! Illustrated folder free. Address W. P. H. J. Tim, For further particulars inquire at or address out present crop. Write quick to S. care
1 tt Sold by R. L. Motlow. and Fred.'. Lesley- UNDERWOOD, Agt., Roseland, Fla. Courtenay, Fla. X, care STAB office, Titusville, Fla. STAB office, Titusville. '
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Ive part In the*managemeiatpf f the' CoAAgjIeEsDIoodPI1on '

',SOCIETIES;ETC.. ..o,: thirty odd 'papers and magazines under > BOBBINS
-the.cxmtrpl of'the;family. ATTOKSEY AND COUNSELOR\AT LAW always bringhighpricese
c ? ,t TITUSYIT T :.BOABD ,.OF TJW> -- .;M. I
;- Bobbins ,president;'iL Diroa;treasurer!. .Mrs AlfredrHaTmsworth'Is:acharmr; '! Will;practice in state and: TTmfiSi Stales I
-'tt' O; Bast; secretary ;Meets second Wednesday frig. ,roman.8be,Is a.tall typical. 'Eng- -" *- courts To raise them
; ... . Office atTitasvflle,Florida.D. .. success-
:, night ineach month at their rooms ""! There is no poison so highly contagious: '. ,
and destructive: Don't be
deceptive so,
:- :F.&:JLM.-Indian'Biter lodge Ho.90, holds L. GATJLDEN .
-4 too sure are cured because all external ,fertilizer
you fully a. containing -
its the second and'fourth ,
meetings Friday
signs of the disease have disappeared, and ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW,
; evenings of each month at the court house.A. .- -
t3F ,,; *a, .-A.Stewart,Wr 11;'F.A.'Morgan,Serfy.. the doctor have be says dosedwith you are well.Mercury Many persons and TixrsmiB. -? -, FLOBIDA at, least 8 %. T

County judge of Brevard county Will practice
DIRECTORY. Potash for'monthS and
,-, or years; pro in all the courts of. the 7Ut judicial or- '
lounced-cnred when too late
isH% TOWN OFFICEES.Ai Penney;mayor; that.the'.disease was covered cult of Florida Potash should be'us'ed.*
'. and only up-
:, H.a Jonea'Jr..marshal tai;: collector; .
': C. S.,Schayler, "clerk and treasurer' John driv n from the .
? : Like Begets like. DUNCAN FLETCHER,
: Henry assessor; D..L. Gauldeo F.-.A.,Los- : '/4 surface tobreak Our books furnish. useful, information or
.:. fey,J.M.. Dixon, G F;'Duren, Jno.B. Walker out again,and to their sorrow and mortification -, ATTOENEY-AT-LAW. ,all subjects relating to
,'councilmen.' ;The eouncil meets first find those nearest and dearest to k
Tuesday in each'month. $ them have been infected by this loath- JACKSONVILLE :? FLOBIDA.M. frt crop raising. They are

,; -,. ,COIINTYDIRECTORY.> some disease. for no other poison. is so sent free.GERMAN.
s surely transmitted from parent t6 child GOLDSMITH,
COUNTYOFFICESS-A.D.'Penney, ,Titus- as this. Often a bad case of Rheumatism KALI WORKS.. -- -
Lr: ville county Judge;Jas. Andrews,' Titusville Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease, ATTORNEY 93 Nassau Street'
:_ ,. prosecuting attorney;.A. A.. Stewart rw'." q4 6L an old sore or ulcer developing in middle TTTUSYTLLE, FLoRIDA. New York.
'Titusyille, clerk circuit court?'J.F. Woot- life be traced blood
can to poison
en,Cocoa, tax assessor E.W.Hall,Starpes, con- Prosecuting attorney for. Brevard county. '
>, ,,'f .' tax collector F. H. Boye, Titusville, in racted The. Sin ..of the Parent. Notary public., Will practice in all courts of :
early .
treasurerjE.Mim\Bbnaventure,superintend the state.A.
: ,<+: ent public instruction; J. O.Fries,Ti- life[ for it remains smoldering in the system
4r. ; tosville,county surveyor J. P. Brown-Ti- forever unless properly treated and D. PENNEY, .
j -; tnsyille,sheriff;T J.'Cockshutt' *, LaGrange., driven out in the beginning. S. S. S. is ATTORNEY AT-LAW,.
T"e' registration officer. the only antidote for this peculiar virus, :

4H '-- COUNTY iS S: T Titusville chairman;W.H.Sharpe;Sharpes; from a recent snip toot. 'I come it and drive it out of the blood andit Will practice in the courts of the 7th judicial Grafted and Budded
Jos.MendeILaQrange; B.A.ConklingTill- HARMSWOBTE'8 COU TRY,'HouSE IN KEST, does this so thoroughly and effectually'that CIrcuit.
*?K"W\.f? 'man; J. N. Waller, Ankon L Regular ses- ENGLAND. there is never a return of the diseaseto '

sions are held first Monday in each.month. lisp beauty. Her manner Is English In embarrass or humiliate you afterwards.Ss JAMES ANDRESATTORNEY,

; COUNTY SCHOOL BOABD.-J. M Dixon Its graciousness; her voice, Is Englishin cures Contagious Blood -AT-LAW,
Titusville B. N. Andrews. Cocoa C. P. Poison in any and all Ii:
; ; its welLbred softness and the
v-- Platts Fort Pierce.His beauty S stages; contains no Main,office and address, Tibbals, Florida Orange Trees
of Its ,fluctuations. She has helpedIn mineral to break down Office at Fort Pierce,.Fla., upon the 2nd and
.: the smallest well the 4th of each month.
as as largestof your constitution; it is
a, NARM3WORIH H HOME IN SURREY.t. her husband's undertakings and has purely[ vegetable and the only blood punierknown Notary Public State at Large.F. .
'to'the that cleanses the blood and
endeared herself Surrey folk by ooo ':..ACCGrape
Her unaffectedness and her hospitality. at the same time builds up the general J. WEBB,
.a Meteoric Rise to the Head English health.
Mr.' Harmsworth's rlsevto the ranksof ATTOENEY-AT-LAW \
: ._ Journalism. Our little book on contagious blood Fruit
t- the multimillionaires has been termed ,
a .: .Special'Correspoudeo ce of The Florida Star. poison is the most complete and instruc-
meteoric those associated with
by tive ever issued; it not only tells all Will practice in the courts of the 7th judicial Tangerine
.< SUBMT, England, Jan. 14.-The. him In his different enterprises. Twelve about this disease but also how to cure circuit. .

: 'people of this ,town. and county are years ago he had not a penny other yourself at home. It is free and shouldbe Homosassa

&r ; much interested In the furore their than his unsteady earnings at story in the hands of everyone' seeking a D. L. DODSON J Parson Brown, *

; fellow citizen, Alfred G., Harmsworth, writing. In May, 1888, he conceived, cure. Send for it. M. _

Is creating in America and In American the Idea of starting. the periodical THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA, GA. Dentist.Office Pineapple,

circles. Mr. 'Harms.i.a known then "Answers to Corre-
.s newspaper Ruby
at residence, first door south of the ,
'. worth's residence and ,large interests spondents. Of the first number only In Woolwich Arsenal just now chief county jail. Only.first class work, St. Michael

In the neighborhood have made' the 1,800 copies were sold. The. proprietor attention is being devoted to the manufacture at greasy reduced prices.TITTJSVILLE ,

people here 'feel that he Is In a measure then concluded that the name was of naval guns,' the production of : FLORIDA. Majorca,

} their personal property. The 'reception too long and cut it down to Answers. which is greatly exceeding that of field Jaffa '

:. accorded him by the people of Then the paper commenced to move ordnance.The ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ,

, i.:y A the United! States has been of so cor'Q. *'I ahead slowly'but surely and In the lat Notice is hereby given that on,the 26th day Mandarinand
if. '.' 1889 had circulation of April, 1901 or as soon thereafter as I can be
ter"part of a weekly -
merited reputation for curing piles
r heard, I will apply to the county judge of Du Roi Blood.F
'.., of 48,000. sores and skin diseases acquired by De- Brevard county for a final settlement of my
"'-,' The greatest hit of all waa yet to Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, has led to the accounts and my discharge as administratorof on 5 and 6 year old sour
come. In January, 1890 ,Mr. Harms-' making of worthless' counterfeits. Be the estate of John Hetherington.A. orange stock 4 to 5, and
-"- worth announced ,that Answers would sure to get only DeWitt's Salve. Wilson C. DITTMAB, Administrator. 5 to 7 feet,well branched
Oct. 28, 1900FERRY'S trees
\ gtve one pound a week to the & Son.

-;" % person,guessing nearest to th ._amount Inquisitive. Relative.-Willie, what at $35, $40 and $50 per 100

,''''' of money In the Bank of England at floor do you live .on in' the apartment
a stated time. Each competitor was house in the big city? Willie (on a visit) Order samples and be
.nape.Z obliged to attach to his the name convinced of their value.
guess Mama says I mustn't tell stories.-Chi-
and address of five friends. In this Tribune. You Supply of these large
cago trees United above. S
manner the paper was brought to the know what as

4'S. attention between three and four The most soothing, healing and anti- when you're you planting plant o. -'"V' CD1TNER

million people many of, whom soon septic application ever devised is De- Ferry's Seeds Jf you
; s;Gi y,, became subscribers. The success of Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It relieves at buy cheap seeds you can't Ocklawaha Florida.
,. 1= Answers as a money making concern once and cures piles, sores, eczema and be sure. Take no chances- ,

s was now established, and it suppliedthe skin diseases. Beware of imitations. get where Ferry's sell them Dealers Write every

capital enabling Mr. Harmsworth Wilson & Son. ?- for 1901 Seed Annual- Hodgson Bros.

to become a controlling factor In the s x. mailed free. ,

English newspaper world.FREDERICK A copy of a letter written by Jesus Christ,
D. M. FERRY & CO.,
3'aIi ROCKWOOD. which, it is said, was found under a great GENERAL
stone after his ascension, will be mailed free Detroit, Mich.
// on receipt of a 2 cent stamp to pay postage. MERCHANTS...
CHARLES GABDXEE. Gardnerville, N. C.

50 YEARS' Eau Gallie, Fla.
T RheumatismDNobody A Sweet Emeison'.-."What a beautiful EXPERIENCE

volume of Emerson's 'Essays' you
have, Miss Mad :t'." "Yes. Isn't it Dry Clothing

lovely? It's a candy box.Indianapolis -

knows all about it; Journal. BOOTS AND SHOES,
From latest photo and nothing, now known, will Pepsin preparations often fail to relieve TRADE MARKS ,
indigestion because they can digest
ALFRED HARMSWORTH. only albuminous foods. There is one &c. charter."SearchLight".

t ; dial a nature that many Surrey folk always cure it. preparation that digests all classes of Anyone sending. a sketch and description may
food and that is Kodol Cure.It our opinion free whether an
are thinking of going there and startingIn Dyspepsia invention is probably patentable. Communications
the newspaper business themselves. Doctors try Scott's Emulsion cures the worst cases of indigestion strictly confidential Handbook on Patents .
sent free. Oldest agency for aecurinepatents.
instant relief for it
Mr: Harms worth's home here in Surrey arid gives digests Patents taken through Munn Co. receivetpeciol
what you eat. Wilson & Son. notice, without charge, in
rj .is known as Sutton Place. The of Cod Liver Oil, when BICYCLE LANTERNS.
manor and estate was purchased by Scientific American
The greatest number of races ever won GAS AND OIL.
him recently and it eclipses almost all they think it is caused im Atandsomely illustrated weekly. Largest circulation
in islestIn by by a jockey in one season was the 246 by of any scientific journaL Terms f 3 a '
others the British
size u
Fred Archer 1885. year; tour months,tl Sold by newsdealers. Every one knows our Oil Lantern.
historic interest. It is situated four perfect digestion food MUNN & CO.38\BroadW3Jt New York
miles from Guilford
c and an equal dis
Office 625 F 8U Washington D.C.
Such little DeWitt's Little Early
'--- tance from Woking. It is also with- pills as BURNS GAS ,, _
You Risers are easily taken and theyare
in easy reacb of London. can do the same. very \ -
effective in the .
wonderftlly cleansing "
.. Satton Place is one of the oldest liver and bowels. Wilson & Son. ':SEARGH

existing noncastellated residences in It may or may not be caused I II

England. It was one of the first man An Irish pl.iosopher! says there is no II I I ';', J'1i

or houses built after the feudal age, by the failure of stomach and blessing like health, especially when a I QH l '

# ___ when the need of defense seemed to fellow is sick. "a ,
have passed 'ajvav.. The estate was bowels
to their work. If ,
given by Henry VIII to Sir Henry ""
It Hits the Spot.
f Weston one of his privy councilors,
it is
who began they construction of the ,you will cure it; if not, When suffering from a severe cold and '1l
'\ r your throat and lungs feel sore, take a
house in 1523. An extraordinary tact
iF you will do no harm. dose of Foley's Honey and Tar, when
< Is that from the time of Henry VIII 1TRAD
the soreness will be at once relieved, a
= until It recently passed Jnto Mr. The way, to cure a diseaseis warm grateful; feeling and healing of the
Harmsworth's possession it had remained r
parts affected will be experienced and

v: continuously in the same family to stop its cause and help you will say: "It feels so good. IT HITS
Another remarkable fact Is that. THE SPOT." Guaranteed. Wilson & eMARK LOur

although the Westons were devout the body get back to its habitof Son.
Catholics and royalists, their house

4 wjthin a half hour's, walk of a stout health. Professor Nathorst, of Stockholm, has BALKE'S Gas Lantern surnlounts
offered a large reward for Andree. That 5
Puritan town and likewise close to all difficulties -

i f Winchester and Basinghouse has not When Scott's Emulsion of appears o be an inexpensive way to getone's heretofore common to lanterns -
l an escutcheon defaced or a window name in the papers.Tot LIVE OAK Burning acetylene.

; broken after all the religious and pos : Cod Liver Oil does that it ,
Utica revolutions through which ft has Causes Night Alarm. An InnovationThe '

I passed.' \ cures; when it don't, it don't'ure. "One night my brother's baby was "Wistaa11 Bracket.
Mr Harmsworth attributes
much of
taken with croup," writes Mrs. J. C. Sni- WHISKEYSOFTENED
: his success in the various ventures he It never does harm. der, of Crittenden, Ky. "It seemed it The Bridgeport Brass Co. =
has been connected with 3
to the splendid would strangle before we could get a doctor
business qualities of his brother The has so we gave it Dr. King's New Discovery BY ACE. Bridgeport, Conn
: Harold, who will shortly visit the Unit .genuine which gave; quick relief and perma- 19 MURRAY STREET, I'

ed States and to the work and suggestions this picture on it, take nently cured it. We always keep it in Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition. NEW YORK CiTY. .

of his wife. Harold Harms- no other.If the house to protect our children from

-. worth Is some' three 'years 'youngerthan.'bis you have not croup and whooping tough. It cured me Is the best and NOTICE.
of a chronic bronchial trouble that no purest All concerned take notice that Joseph P. 1'
tried it
t brother, It was. he who.made for free other remedy would relieve." Infalliblefor i Brown, as sheriff Brevard county, Florida
c. the. deal In paper prior to the Boer sample, its agreeabletaste coughs, colds, throat and lung trou- Rye Whiskey sold and ex-officio administrator of the estate of '

war by which the Harmsworth family will surprise bles. 50c and $1. Trial bottles free at Ephriam F. Adams deceased, has filed his

,:_ netted an enormous, sum In addition you.S'COTT&BOWNE. Wilson & Son's and'J. B. Screven's. 3 in the South. suggestions the estate of in said writing deceased of the Therefore insolvency all of

: 'there'are Cecil Harmsworth. Leicester persons having claims against said estate are
Harmsworth,. now member of 'parliament OASI1'-OnXA. R. F. BALKE &.C9., Proprietors hereby required to appear and file them properly
? : for Caithness; Hildebrand Chemists, Bear.tke Tea Iliad You Han Always BcugI1I CINCINNATI authenticated in the court of the county
Pearl St. N. u. s. A. judge on or before the 7th day of June A-
a-... Harmsworth ,and. St. John Harms- 409 Signature D.1901.
111.,1-- Ordered
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malted day December
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