The Florida star.

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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
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Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Ip 'l hIGRllIilillMlii.. MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIBEClORY.; --Mr. ";J.. H.: Phillips, 'of the Melbourne' _T' ? -. -- i

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i$13. : our,visitors, they" are de Jas. Pntehard &S ;
'- ,..000..1;K Phillips,president.P..Branch l ;
- P a. anti :t>Gatereit to'T _' 1 t i ;!-.euh.ier.TJ14 gn y bank on the lower tiTer, lighted with Melbourne. .:.

t 1 t1 ;A: ; t.4.' .. .. <'w pineapple region ofBrevard .A
coUnty. '
"'i" 1 ,. ,", reception given to iRe!. .Stuart Martin .. Headquarters i mOn
; ,by the ladies for. . >
EAU Guild
.' 8u s ttfit o r:ar 4Fair, QALUg BUSINESS DIRECTORY. last .Monday S. n
evening at Hotel '
Bellevue was one of the
,1I JeIlI8 recen4 timea;'fthere have' HODG80N BBOTHEgg, :DryGaids;+Ship "
been 'Chandlery and society events of the .season. About 90
: Shelf
HardwuePipe and
r manor infiueenceli which teoOfid to cheapen : i4ttin. ,Clothing, aiats and Oils Qtdccr.mlwayr'rtetmer guests.were present! Mrs. C. H, Stewart HARDWARE : ;

= Y andmlgariw-ftricnlUira: [Cai8Ho lea. ,]gaatbe for charter. at the!piano and Mr: Tenny, by her '.. "'
jockeys,' :ipeed 'associations, ::venders, of 8weetvvoice: and song, added much to the

b nostrums,. proprietors' :'ot "questionable ,SORT PlJ BUSINESS, '+DIRECTOBY.. pleasure of Ihe evening! Dainty refresh ...Tinware, Crockery.... i ;

T spectacles have often predominated" making .C. P. PLATTS-Phydoan and Surgeon. ments were :>ervedjn the large dining ( :' .,
the Whole, a( reproach to any com'* Calla to any point on the river promptly room.. Stuart"Martin will,now feel STQVES '
,. answered. ,t,o't,Pierce. ;Florida: ,
munit1. the T meritorious and solid ex. I -" ,. that he surely knows the Melbourne.pea, : ?

bibits ;being: 'crowded into the' ba kY :EALOALLIE.. pie ? Boat Goods, Paints and Oils,. ,- .o-. _

grou 4. Prudent parents 'declined-to '2. ,
: 4. allow theit w children to ,attend Miss:Annette_Paddison left for' Titns-. Persons who cannot' take ordinary pills > and .",
fair -
a ? '
fid it
a pleasure to take DeWitt.'s Little
j Thursday '
where the chi i.attraCtions. were racing, ; Early ,Risers. They are 'the best little

betting;and plaptrapexhibitions. There ,'. Mr. and Mrs.Snodgrass returned from liver pills ever made. Wilson &; Son.COCBTENAY. WOODENWARE.

r were professional.exhibitorswho traveled their trip to Palni:_ :Beach, on Saturday. _
from fair'to'fair all through '
the season, 'Mr. Theo. 'Deyman has left on'a'bad .. Write for prices. .

with specially,prepared stock or machine ness tour of piano tuning and repairing.The Folks here holding! their oranges .TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. -

:' ry, carrying off all ,the .premiunlj 'over Miases for higher prices .
the heads of'worthy local exhibitors. ) ;Danforth are expecting Box 212. ;
There are evidences that, the day of: ,friends from Olean,N. Y., in a few'days. Cocoa. .Major Tiffin made a business trip to t
each demoralizing exhibitions is passing .Mr. and Mrs;:Thomas are, domiciled at Dr. S.'W.Carroll. W.E.Goldsmith.

away. In many of the older states the the Treutler home forthe winter. They Mrs. Frank LaRoche is'visiting. her CARROLL & GOLDSMITH VF

elements: of rural society-have*taken hold are from York state son, William, aBart w., ,

of the fairs, .have secured protective legislation The card club meet was postponed from Messrs. Whaley & Co. are building! a Staple and

excluding .swindles, and roeretri- last week to Thursday ,of this week on country seat for H, J.Tiffin in the Ma- Fancy GROCERIES

:; ,cions displays and limiting competition to account of the death of Mr. Wm. Treut grader hammock.. ..-
.county or state exhibitors to'rule out thegreedy ler. Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
i Messrs. Rice and Staghn,of New York I Titusvmo.Florida.
I Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware.
t' professionals. 'Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNabb and Mr. licensed, peddlers_ of brass, were doing We solicit your patronage.: Mail orders promptly attended to.
If we are to have a state fair we wantnethipg'
this section last week.
and Mrs. Snodgrass' took a trip to Lake
different from Jacksonville
Washington this week, returning with a Mr. J. D. Sams drove to Banyan ,with V
gala week. True there harmless
are some
: E. L. BRADY & BRO.
exhibits, such as the yenetian gon bag of qn il. his brand new buggy Monday. Now the t

dolas, the merry-go-rounds, etc., that Mr. and Mrs. C. Ainesworth. left this girls will all want to ride. .

might be admitted, for the amusement of week for a trip to Palm Beach and Mi Dr. Charles Hill and Parson Nesbit

the young people; but the line should be ami in their launch Grand Rapids. They were hunting east of town Thursday, DealersIn .Groceries Grain and Hay ,4.:

rigidly drawn against demoralizing ,and expect to be away about four weeks. and bagged fifteen birds and some.ducks. .

..- swindling spectacles. Mrs. G. deG., Schuvler and children Mrs. J. R. Field and her youngest son, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We !i

We would :suggest that. the system of were ,the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Joseph, made a pleasant call in town Sat handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively #

premiums be, changed, and something Hodgson last week, leaving for their Banana urday. By the way the cool weather in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on r

"' like the plan of the Centennial awards river home via the Canaveral on seems to have stunted Joe's moustache.Col. Grain and all Groceries, delivered- at your station. E. L.. BRADY & BRO.,TrrcsviliE,FLA.

be adopted. Have ,decorations given for Monday.Mrs. : -
Harper having'done so well on his
r meritorious exhibit 'and diplomas bestowed Stickney isexpectingmore_ 'friends fresh pork<< corner this winter, Dea Samuel Eondi Lumber Coo
exhibitors articles of
on. merit from old York state about the '1st prox. Sanders came up'and purchased a settingof ;
written certificates of and
with competent Mr. Stickney's new residence on Houston hog eggs, hoping to become the hog hand and Constantly Arriving, 1
expert judges, setting forth the particular street will soon be ready for the reception '
merits of the articles presented. In this of the coming guests. king.We take it that the success *Mr. Watkins L UJ.\LBER.. o
be list but
there would
way no specific ir
.=. every article of of merit would Preparations for the baseball club entertainment our schoolmaster is meeting within Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work Balusters, Newel Posts,

receive attention and a' large variety are well under way and stuffing the heads of our children with Bean, Orange Cabbage and Tomato Crates, .

would be brought forward. The mere everything points to a, most successful practical knowledge is partially due to Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc.
evening. We hope to see our citizens ,his keeping their stomachs full of venison -
value of a premium in money should not Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver 4
Rv be the leading Incentive to the,people; turn out in force and give the boys a he having shot! four fine bucks within anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill We will serve you right. 1{
it should the honor. The certificate, bumper house. I a few weeks. The last one must have

s the diploma are more valued by the The Lizzie was out for a spin on Tuesday been traveling at express train speed as Bond Lumber Cc>.
I knocked Mr. Allen down when I
cultivated and thoughtful patrons of fairs with the following ladies and gentle it passingby S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager '

!'I:'. '" than the money. Another and very im men on board: Mrs. Danforth'Mrs. Gilbert close to him. T1tusvll.1.e. : ,Florida. '

,' ," portant consideration :is, in the begin Miss .Mamie Evans Miss Lizzie While there are plenty of men with 1
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ning; 'with considerable expense confronting Danforth, Miss Florence-Hodgson, Mr. J. oranges and beans on Indian river there

)":' the managers to enable them to A. Gilbert, with J. Kingan Hodgson in are comparatively few with means, and J. B. WALKER. C. H. SWAIN. "\

set the fair on its feet at all, the premiums command.A the situation is likely to remain so unless -

'F would ..'be a burden. Above all things, number of our citizens took in the the government improves an inexpensive Fine Line II:

let us have'none of that'poor .and cheap baseball match between this town and harbor of refuge at Cape Canaveral, the I of Furniture ... 4r 1
spectac IJu.glorl of some of the early ex only natural deep water harbor on the t'
Melbourne on Saturday. .The_launch to a 1r __. t
< which secured east coast of Florida in the of
positions ,- generous Eau Gallie was chartered to'carry the right path
: : displays by the promise of liberal party and Eau Gallie's baseball nine to vessels from the gulf and all southern few days. I. 1 f :

premiums' and then paid none. and from Melbourne. A return match waters, which would be the most convenient Call and see J I I'
We have doubt that for the safest and inexpensive harboron
no purpose in .
will be played early February.At
; I'' of inviting competition in special articles tlft Atlantic coast. This would have our Fine Line of tt I

special premiums would offered, by individuals the entertainment: for the benefit; of I been done several years ago if we had Ladies Shirt Waists. 'I

firms or corporations interested our baseball club a society play'will be congressmen who would look after the ;

x, either commercially or as a matter of: presented. The caste will consist of the interests of South Florida instead of securing Also our new -i II_ .at

taste. For instance, merchants might following ladies and gentlemen from Eau millions of dollars to deepen and Line of Ladies rJ

r offer premiums for long-staple or upland Gallie: Mrs. Snodgrass, Mrs. Mary L keep open the month of the St. Johns Fine Underwear. .J
'' grains builders Evans, Miss Florence Hodgson, Miss Liz river for the benefit of one city and
could cotton offer; sugar premiums, syrup for plans: ;for Florida zie Danforth, J. Kingan Hodgson, R. P. greedy transportation companies.Like JOHN R. WALKER & CO., ....6_ I' ;:.

Paddison W. H. Willhight and H. U.
could encourage
homes benevolent
; persons
the industry of the Hodgson, with J. A. Gilbert as stage bad dollars all counterfeits of De-
by premiums No trouble is being spared to Witt's Witch Hazel Salve are worthless.
3F. ,_ young in the production of,useful art- manager. The original quickly cures piles sores .
make the evening instructive and amusing I'
icles, etc.Before. dismissing. this subject we will as well as entertaining. The program and all skin diseases. Wilson & Son. THE PLAZA HOTEL

will be presented in the Eureka ball. ANKONA.
;. mention that the State Horticultural society

; will be .represented by G. L. Taber, Mr. Will Saeger took in the.glories of

E G. P..Healy and M. E. Gillett; the State MELBOURNE.Rev. Fort Pierce Monday.Mr. A a t;

1t.E.Roe, G. A. Mr. Hoyt's son arrived on Mon IR.oel3Llec3.SG
'VT': Agricultural! society toy and Mrs. Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Florida
Danley and, U. P. Healy; the Press association day from Atlanta.Mr. .
On the famous Indian river. airy rooms fine view of the :
Large ,
named) to several .
by (noi meet in Jacksonville, in March, to take of Hotel Carleton. the river, every modern convenience, sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, i-
a guest former Taurman grove, sampling
and S. H. PECK Proprietor.Also .
fair. riding driving.
Mate , organize t Messrs. Childs and Wilson have been fruit and finding it delicious. Orangesare 14
1 managing partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel with a capac. .
their best 4 I
enjoying a hunt in the woods the past at now. '
Oranges Improving. ity for 350 guests. ,
Florida week. Mr. L. Jones, from White City, had a i

There.Ma*some improvement m FlorIda TLe literary society will meet at the pleasant visit with his friend W. T.

oranges tins: week. But demand, home of Mrs. Frank Lee (tonight) Fridayat Walker this week. GEO. N. HATCH : : : :
still is short -- '--
thopgh'Jirtteir'thaii last week, 7:30. aMiss Mr. and Mrs. Dutton, from White City

of what would be expected 'at this time Helen Miller is now at Jensen came as far as Mr. Waller's house and for Dealer in General Merchandise,

and trade drags_along.. teaching school. We all wish her suc some reason returned home without tak.
this week was a
_- The"fruit which came
ing in Ankona. -"'
f improvement in color, flavor and consisting of everything'usually ROCKLEDOE FLA.vw.v .

condition.distinct Coupled with this is the fact cess.Mr.. E. B. Phillips of Waukegan Ill., Mrs. Trux, from Sparta Wis., is enjoying firstl&.'!kept crene1'R in a I'tore_. ,.. }
Jamaica winter in the Spaulding the balmy breezes of Florida andis
of diminishing receipts from will spend the
with her
the winter sister
believe that
receivers here to cottage.Mr. .

which leads be Mrs. Tancre of this place. ... ... .. ...... .. ... .. .. .......,.. .. '.. ..... .. ... ....
:z: the turn for the better will permanentIt and Mrs. Booth, of South Dakota, ..... ... r., ... ;, .. ..... .. ..- ... .. .. ....;.. .. ..
weeks Florida Frost .. %" v". i>/<" ...< ... S'J! :::. '.'...".V/. .'..."........:. .. "
Jack .
so '
have .
in two We entirely escaped .
.; is expected that should be. are here for the winter, guests of the for continuance of his .#. :.& -j..,*..>.**.!>. ..?*.*..** *.. i.*-''.:.l*..* *.*...J.. .;;.?. .. *..... .-,.*.. ..#.'.:
oranges will be all that they Grand View cottage.Let far and hope a .. ..
receIver here, who was in Florida absence, as he is.not at all desirable for
,4. One 'knows the situation there our friends along the coast remember fruit vegetable growers. : ; :;
and : ;
Experienced ;
held here from -. .
; said the opinion printed in the chautauqua to be .*. -/ .. .
thoroughly, of March 2nd to the 12th. KLONDIKE. :" : .:
last week that many ; : Wheelmen i
these columns :j4..k .
the objectionable qualities in the fruit are Mr. Joseph Williamson of Micco, was Heavy rains the past week. ....... .4....:.'..
of the growers was in town lately and we are glad to learn :::: choose Ramblers because they have tone :::. "
due to the newness had The recent: cold did no damage here. ;... .1 ic and style, as well as all good points which ..'::
correct. He ;said another trouble that his hand is nearly well. '.. go to make up a wheel of very highest :......
of handling the fruit in Mr. Stan Jones was visiting his brother I grade. The latest models of :..:. .
been the manner Mrs. Sherwin of Baltimore, is spending last week, returning to Titusville via V ..... ...'.

Florida."It has been-rushed too much,? he her a mother, month; Melbourne Captain the guest of St. Lucie Tuesday.Mr. .

is the reason. Mrs. R. G. Hardee of Sebastian ; :
said "Bad management Miss Matil and ? :g;:
and daughter
l 1' The is heavier than the Florida peo Mrs. Miday with us are visiting at Geo. Hall's this week ; *
crop again
and they have da, of Canton, Ohio, are : .. .
accustomed to, Titusville arrrived .
Kettles of ,
pIe .are much to the pleasure of Mr. G. : :.
the winter .r.
tried to get it all to market it shouldbe f their many friends in Melbourne. Sunday with Judge Jones' buggy horse. .......:... ', i- :...........
efficient as
Their labor is not as He was surprised at the improvements "notice the r
: extra re ifl'cedframes" s
W. P. ;
handling, with much Miss Sutton, daughter of Hon. in June. ;:.. .
and faulty made since he was here .. ... : .
Mich., has joinedher : are the very best built wheels ca the mar .::
r bruising, has been the result. Sutton of Langatuck for the winter. Miss Judge Jones was down this wee'k looking .:.=.i.. ket to-day.. They: last. ....:.,." 1 '
"I think the rush is about .over now, parents here Conservatory after his interests here. He returned ...:.'. The good reputation gained by tie ',..;
Oberlin .
much better. of the builders, ...
will come along; a graduate Rambler during their 21 rears'
and fruit picked ,six of Music. Monday. .".::. experience,males the R&u.tler a safe and .....::.:
ome'oranges .
invcstncer.t fcr the
I have' here profitable teeth novice
which are .perfectly. sound.: Duke of Newcastle and party Judge Jones received a fine bull pup a S:... and well posted wbtci Luf..r. :..

,week ago, fruit properly treat- The afternoon in Melbourne, present from Baas Bros., of Kissimmee. r ** *!
Th shows that the. spent last Friday I RAMBLER PRICE $40> *
launch at Fort Pierce
ed'iell'this "below the having left returned Reports show a greatly increased death ....1
Prices 'week while yet and on the train. They ..- Att booklet. ".;:'K
come up from throat and lung troubles, due ... far "Just efAgt" .
l last rate
than dinedat :. .
better They .
the evening. .
decidedly Miami in .
mart were to of pneumoniaand .
the prevalence '
that there was more fruit up toY Carleton. to We advise the use of One ..::.;...... .. "...... '. .. .. '.. ..... .*........
week In the grippe. .... .. : .. :V: ; ..vv. > .%VA : .. .
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quotations, ..0...;. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. . .. : ...... .... .
.the: .standard, jtie, highest 'Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ayers, of. Chicago, Minute Cough Cure in all harmless of these ....."."... ... ?...%.VS. ...*....:...v Tf._.xA:0.. ,,*_i .*.*.vx.. ....'.:;A...:lVr ...">,....4..i
than heretofore. few days at the Carleton. culties., It is the only remedy
a :
It ia estimated. that .at least ::150,000'far.- spending Mr. Ayer is a' South. Water street 'commission that gives immediate Son.results. Children E. B. WAGER Agent, TitusviUe, 'Fla.'C. ,
here 80 Wilson <$ J .
:received; off like it. .
boxes have been old acquaintance ," #
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'JllJJII MILLtDLYo jj Tit 4 ll"nrru'an $olltkges, t iwschools to get hold,of a, .sweet,'potato,than any, : .; / .... .... ',; .. t-

< : and publie. scboolsNks:... -the other kind of food.. .:t' il"t .c

-% One Hundredth:Anniversary of HI*liutallatlon tonnderof. American Jurisprudence I .
aft Chief- Justice." yrr " j ; 'has 'been well said of him r Wilson ife Son"guarantee every b 'ofChambeVlain's t"

,' ,"found ,the constitution a noble"statue Congh l Remedy,'and will
Special correspondence of The Florida:Star.
who 'is not
: and breathed lntoi1t;! tbe eats of life:" refund the'money to anyone '
\ ) '
"VC a4 I* **- ,satisfied after using two-thirds of the con jijjj'
fKKJ..,' '-- BICHKSD) 29.=One hundred especially Sh J11d{ he American.>bencJbandlbanat I tents.- This is the best:, remedy ,jn:'the :
a \
-' ..:. .J$arj ag4'the. 201 day f Jhls,Mont ------. this**+ time AM., J"-pay"bonor-to.., te*< hljT r** world for Ja grippe,,coughs,,colds, croup ;
4: ; PresidentJohn' Adams appointed name and,memory. and whooping cough and is.pleasant-,and '

\ .' -19- noLL WALLACE Boss. safe tq take,* It prevents tendency. of .
}s k.-v 'Virginia lawyer. a jjUi') iti'frMIl'Jf'tg" e :. t result' any ".
a cold to hrpnerimbnia.
' : ; : came of John Marshal'cW f Justice -tLa Grippe Quickly. Cared. -*? _

_r of' the supreme court of they:cnnltkd- !'In" 'the'' winter of 1898 and 1899 I was The ityof New York jjsea 'i500OOQ; The KlhdToaHjaYe<< Always Bought, and_ which: has ,been s;

States., On the following 4th day of taken down with severe_ attack of whatis quarts of milk a day,:the product of not ...In. use, ..foRvQYeiuSOyears. ,has borne the. signature of

t om;. February John M lianJ'is installedIn all d la grippe,1 '.S YsF. L. Hewett, a fewer than 180,000 cows. ,,- and has been made under s personal -

that office and entered upon the career prominent druggist of Winfield, III. "The /r: supervision since'its infancy. .
t ; 'which,was to prove, f the only medicine I used was two bottles ofChamberlain's /
<, broke Frost Bites and Chilblains Allow one to deceive you In this. .
t greatest"Jurista; '.ttie lworld -bias" eyed' Cough,Eemedy.It cured Banner Salve the most ; but r : '
known bind n"e1ja qpJth cold and stopped the coughinglike Quickly by. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good"are
'The'nti fiPdth magic, andil; have.nev. r since. been remedy in the world. Wilson & with and'endanger the health of ; "
healing Experiments that/trifle
= ofthlI latter date wlll be <
ry fittingly troubled with ir ppe.*" 'Chamberlain's _. ,..
celebrated his old home in this Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment,
at city Coogh'Remedy can always, be depended '... p
j : {The celebration .will be. national jnfchanoter uponrto break.up a severe cold and ward .Up- -Date Preaching-"The R v.Up- ..
i ; though Richmond and 'Vfr-I off any threatened attack of pneumonia.It todate seems to be an able man.!' "Very 1

ginla will be proudly''con-, is pleasant to.take too, which makes it able. He can take any text in the, Bible WhatIsCASTORIA

bectloff'with-it: The inWatlve. or t&e' the most.desirable and one of the most and prove that it doesn't mean what,it
*%, ; ,. proposed'observation of J Ln Marshall popular preparations in use for these ail says.-Puck. v-" Castoria is a, harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric -

<,;i,>,...- ,. -day was:" n-1ft: the"Amerlcan' .Bar- ments. For sale, by. Wilson & Son. Flood ri ps'a'ud,, Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
1 A Raging, Roaring
aSS \Cla.ttOD bV-wtiom this address>was neither Morphine nor other Narcotic
; contains Opium, _
There is no doubt that the pasturingof \line which '
Washed down a telegraph '
issued '''' -
-'", :w T -:: ,.- ft" the forest lands; of the mountain rcr Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, Ja., had to repair substance. Its age is its guarantee. .It destroys Worms

t.r.<'1;';.' < 3 By/direction'cf"composed" .the of American onemember Bar association from each. a gions of the west by .sheep .ia I 'in'every : "Standing; waist deep in icy water and allays Feverishness. It ,cures Diarrhoja.and Wind

r.. ilf'" .r Itate and territory and from the District of Columbia way detrimental to tree growth and de ," he writes,."gave me a terrible cold Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation

:.::{;.o. .... has.been appointed ,by; the association in. velopment. Young trees simply cannot and cough. It grew worse daily. Final- and Flatulency. It 'assimilates the Food, regulates the t
::::_ {, reference to'the, proposed celebration, of John where ly_the best doctors in Oakland, Neb.,
;'i.: ,> Marshall day, to take place''on Monday, Feb. 4; grow sheep run. Sioux' City arid Omaha' said I had consumption -Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.

<'< J901,being the first centennial of the installation. .' and could not live.' Then began The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. -

_: ''::, Of that eminent jurist as chief justice of the Unit.' This".season there is a'large death rate using Dr. King's New. Discovery'andwas
ed 'A commemoration of this'ehnt, and of "
.States. I among children' from and lung cured 'six bottles." Posi-
crone wholly by
I the splendid career of John'Marshitl:in"the'greats ALWAYS
:' -. office which he adorned for more than 34,years troubles:. Prompt action' will"save the tively guaranteed for coughs, <:ol and CENUINECASTORIA

!. X.: cannot faUJq be an occasion of profound interest little ones from these terrible diseases. all throat and lung troubles by'Wilson &; S z

I t.:. and importance to ithet American bench .and,.bar., We,know of nothing so 'certain to give Son and J.,B. Screven. Price 50c. 5 Bears the Signature of
instant Minute 'Cure.
1ieC: One Cough

g'j: ; It,can also be relied:upon in grippe and
:, alt throat and .lung troubles of adults.
iii "; .
Pleasant to take. Wilson & Son. CASTOR.iAFor .
tft; .

J'''' Infants and Children.
!IO ", Cruel.-"They say my face is a dream1Iexc1 !
fi ?:; "
',"" im d' the girl 'who wished to go on Th Kind You Have Always Bought ,'
:: the stage. "Yes, fades away each night,"

.>o" "''''J..,Jt,: h cago retorted News.the heartless- young man=:: Uhi- Bears theSignature The KM You Have Always- Bought

; of .
... :, #
11.l ''_._..,_ 'Cured Bronchial Trouble. in Use For Over 30 Years.
5 ,: ; i d;
.. r .Chas. E. Davis, 1074 W. Congress St., THC CENTAUR COMPANY. TT fcUHftAV CTHCET. NEW YOU_ CITY.
'i r Chicago, writes: I have suffered for years .: =. ..._ ':' .".=_ ,": :..-..:. ,:'..: : ._ :. ::':.'-:" __',':_-_ ;:!,' ; '::: :Yt:" _-
"tA'; :'i'l with bronchial trouble and have tried

.:::. many kinds of medicine without relief
,,? ". : I until I began taking Foley's Honey and ra

. f Tar, which cured me. It saved me doctor '
i ,bills this winter. 25c. Wilson & Son. BO BCHEBNkMBHBWMBM BH UMBBKVBH BBl MMMH A. cxta L Fide S iary
Healthy MothersFew S12 vveek.1.y.
I The hens of America are worth $150-
! Men and women to appoint agents and represent us, some to ,.
000,000. They produce annually
eggs mothers are healthy, because travel, others for local work. $12 weekly salary and expenses. '
; worth $175,000,000 and chickens which their duties are so exacting the anxiety Old established house, pleasant, permanent positions, rapid
;" sell$130,000,000.. of the shock of childbirth,
- ip !, pregnancy advancement and increase of wages.. Write at once.
HI ana .the care of young children, arc
__ f Iowa has system of traveling libra severe trials on any woman. But.with Address BUTLER & ALCER,
t- Wine of Cardui within her grasp, every Dept. E. NEW HAVEN, CONN.
."" ries, each library being an assorted col-
Jolla MARSHALL'S OLD 'HOME IN RICHMOND mother-every woman in the land-can
lection of books 50 in number sent
. the debt of health she
t Soldier, student, advocate diplomatist, statesman by the state librarian and 'obtainable bya pay personal
and jurist, be was one of tie finest types of American owes her loved ones. Do you want THAT is .
l' .- manhood In its best estates. His fame la thei very simple process for circulation in robust health with all its privileges and

: heritage of tht nation, and It is befitting that the any country community. pleasures Wine of Cardui will give it
?> whole country' should celebrate, the appointed to you. Our Specialty
;' day. ,
celebration His Gun.-Bill-Did you say that gun r 4
Incidental to the it is '
k ; gratifying to note that the general as- of yours would shoot 1,000 yards? Jill- fCAlIDUI # G. M. DAVIS & SON
That's what I did. 'Well, it's markedto
f sembly'of Virginia has chartered the!'

John.. Marshall Memorial association shoot only 500 yards." "Yes but PALATKA, FLA,

I organized for the purpose of buying there are two barrels."-Yonkers States- strengthens the female organs and invigorates 14

h& old home, which stands at the corner man. weakened functions. For every Write for delivered prices. "

of Marshall and Smith streets, in female ill or weakness it is the best

5-- order tor preserve It as a permanent 9100 REWARD 8100. medicine made. Ask your druggist for

memorial. .The association' Includes The readers of this paper will be pleased to $1.00 bottle Wine of Cardui. and take no
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease substitute under any circumstances.
its members, aside from
among many that science has been able to cure in all its Ocean Co.SA
prominent Virginians, Chief Justice!' stages and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh bins Edwia Crass, Conner, Mlcki "Vhen I Steamship
commenced using Wine of Cardui I was hardly able
", Fuller.exPresident.Harrison, Senator Cure is the only positive cure known to the to walk a roc the house. Two weeks after I walked .
George P., Hoar and :many other well medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional half a mile and picked strawberries When my
: disease, requires a constitutional treatment other child was born I suffered with labor pains 24
known; statesmen and ;lawyers. The Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, hours and had to raise him_on. a bottle because I hadnomilk. V ANN AB: : LINE.
3. ;; association ''will endeavor to keep the!' directly upon the blood and mucous Ahausmgtne wine dung pregnancy Fast .
I I birth last month to baby girl and Freight
this time a
L, historic'' old mansion in its original surfaces of the system, thereby destroying [ was in kbor gave only two hours with but little pain, I and Luxurious
.' f. form. Furniture, books, manuscripts the foundation of the disease, and giving the and I have plenty of milk. For this great improve' Passenger Route ii
patientstrength by building up the constitution [ in health I thank God and Wine of Cardui. h
meal my
portraits and other relics possessed by and assisting nature in doing its work. .I.
k For advice in cases requiring special directions,I TO NEW YORK BOSTON AND THE EAST.
-. great jurist-or'connected with his The proprietors have so much faith in its address. giving symptoms"The Ladies' Advisory I
;;< career will be collected and used to curative powers that they offer one hundred Department,"The Chat'I Itaoooga ,

f" \ furnish and decorate the old home. It 'ollars for list of for testimonials.any case that it fails to cure. Send ..,.. Chatuooogi Medicine Tenn.Co.|

'. will ultimately be a John Marshal] i Address, F. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.jaSSold .
museum as well asmemorial: a Meccato I druggists, 75c.

; which" the student of the law will Hall's Family Pills are the best. .

especially delight to turn when visiting _
For Over Fifty Years lt
; 4 the capital of the Old Dominion.
been ?
'" The Marshall homestead is now own used for over fifty years by millions of mothers -
ti. ed and occupied by two granddaughters for their children, while teething, with perfect -
soccfss. Itsoothes the child soften the gums ISEA
:, of the chief Justice. It.was built allays all pain cures lnd colic, and is the best
remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the f
:i poor t
about 1793, the -exact date being un little sufferer immediately. Sold by Druggists
k known 'arfd remains exactly as it was in every part of the world. Twenty-five centsa
bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins-
., ( built by Its first owner more than a lows no t.Ulllhoy up and tau no other kind BOARD AiR LINE[ WY. J

century apo.? The old garden, however. I
VV In which the embryo Jurist used to In- Executors Notice to Creditors. ,.}

. '' dulge-In"his favorite game of pitching Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Unexcelled service from Florida .
; has as executrix of the estate of Robert C. to all points .. .. .. ..
quoits, the
mainly disappeared,
Scrimgeour, deceased, late of Brevard county, BY LAND AND SEA.
r rear portlonTof the lot baving.bepn soldmany Florida, hereby calls upon all creditors, legatees North, East and West.
Short Rail Ride to Savannah
;" ; years ago, and is now oocuoled and distributees and all persons having ,
:: a5\ claims and demands against the said estate of Two trains between TAMPA I thence via Palatial Express I
by \J long--row ot.dingy brick buildings daily Steamships . ;
but despite thh fact the Marshall house Robert C. Serimgeour present them to the JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and 0;
: undersigned executrix of said estate within COLUMBIA, carrying Pullman Drawing SAILINGS FROM SAYAHHAH;
has lost none of Its distinctive charac: two years, or the same will be barred. This Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA oooooooooooooo j I ooooooo .
: ter.' It stands apart with ah impressiveness Nov. SO, 1900. MARY A. SCBIMGEOUB, with sleepers forWASHINGTON ooooooo

: : arid grandeur all Its own, rich Executrix of the estate of OOOOOOOlooooooo'' SHIPS EACH WEEK ILooooooodAb .
Robert C. Serimgeour.ADMINISTRATOR'S oooooooooooooo
. :;' In historic memories aria beautiful BALTIMORE ooooooo &

i I it... adornments.> Without any architectural NOTICE. PHILADELPHIAand TO NEW YORK,
this old colonial house Is
:' : t Notice is hereby given to all creditors that Making close connections with New York-Boston Ships or Sound Lines.
Also with CINCINNATI via t
large and commodious. It is built of
six months from date I will present my final ASHEVILLE. A'! ticket and "lift
brick and is two stories high, with accounts and apply to the .Hon. ,D; L.'Gaul- agents hotels are supplied monthly sailing schedules.

; massive, walls and the steep sloping den, county judge of Brevard county, Florida "Dixie Flyer" Through Sleeping Car Write for general information, sailing schedules,

roof,so, dear to'the heart of the architect for my discharge as administrator of the Route between staterooms reservations, or call on ';f
estate of Cornelia S. Bass deceased, and as JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUISvia WALTER HAWKINS
of that period. The rooms opening guardian of Walter J. Bass. W. H. PLEASANTS, G F. & P. A., General Agent Traffic Department, i,

I oneach, side of the main hallway are THOS. C. BASS, Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, New Pier 35, North River, New York. 224 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla. '

lofty and_.spacious with ,walls paneled Administrator of Walter of C. S. Bass and Chattanooga and Nashville, ... .., ot6...... ...... _...-d.ocIi.d..d.!: ..... d..dt&alilo..i.l..JIIi.J..I ,T. .
guardian J. Bass. >
: ( :
? with wood to the ceiling and nearly all Making connections for KANSAS CITY,
of the apartments' supplied with tiledfirepiaCeand 16,1900. CHICAGO and all points in. '

a : mantels. In preserving the northwest. run ORANGE TREES W GR FFi oOROTHERS co.

for''aU time this historic landmark the H. A. HODGES Through sleeping car service between Jack-
sonville and New Orleans via River Junction Jacksefttilt
, -1t. John MushaU' :Memorial association and Pensacola. --p. O. Bo.IlN3 B.- ,

: will have, the cordial co-operation ofthe'people'of Satsuma Bights, Fla.
Full information to WE HAVE 'EM ALL
Richmond and Virginia, application any agentof VARIETIES. .
Dealer in and Manufacturers of this company. i
who naturally take, great pride In the
; :-* fact 'that' the .great jurist, as well as YELLOW FINE E. ST. JOHN, 'Bidded OB Sour or Sweet Oraage Rough Lemon the Hardy Citnu Trifoliata Stock.
First Vice Pres. and General Manager,
; : Washington, Jefferson and other'prominent AND CYPRESS LUMBER V. E. McBEE Fine Trees FREIGHT, PREPAID Low Prices.

c ,characters in the nation's history General Superintendent,
; wS1 Grate Pndt* *1UIXP|**... bedded -poca CJtm 'frifotlatabeoria iA. the
-' L. ;
was a product ot the Old Dominion. ,
i ,
;. '.. -"!_ It Is eminently; fitting that the one .Frnlt and Vegetable :Crates f General Passenger Agent, .eoap.ktc Lat of 9netj Stock, especially as ?tedor Florida aid the lower So th.POMMA .

handre1&annlversaryot'the installation PORTSMOUTH, VIBGIXIA. iennrlt nwnollJ, IAFTfIi OIINDMD n! EVItRYTHINO FOR ,.
.u"1 1'L IOU" fR
; ; !of/Chief Justice Marshall ,should Estimates furnished 'for-complete "billaol ,, A.'0. !MACDONNELL

be celebrated generally .throughout thg tai., be.'. 1 delivered"... at any point. on the Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt., TilE 'Wttm, ihttew! tilaal m Jaekiomilla, Fla

country as well aaln_ the city of iii,. Coaat: Jacksonville Florida: .
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I fSJImJJJT! [ )JiFfpu' .\rggamegi: aa.Lone...of; tl& most",dlstln-. ,
t gu in bis profession;. Both jI
&f .he and hits wlfe DB.'IIID fE jI I
who '
,;by the-way .is a ji
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Br DJ .. are\very popular--among"tb' Americans .. .1" i E

or:8Pedal. ..,....JS i!.!.;_orfe'.;1:: ......poade::ce oiTlieFloridsfl & : In' Rome. .and.also among'people of,oth. 'rho warning* '

Y.u.o' > ,Jttm 14.T1i 'bronze' egtteatld.: 'er'natloaallties. With :wbomftheyrasscclate. is the faith -"S- r

s .tai etatie}of''Generaldohn,A.; ,Logan: : Though,Lang a' de LofjItaJ1., ,:zcough'ful sentinel.It tells; 1 __ S : I

designed and.eiectifed'AbyYt. ,the' well Mr Slmmons-at1l1: remains'a. thorough'Ametcan. ,of : ; S. I Iz
: the approach of .. ,.
: ovrn-rAmerlcan, .sculptdri! :.WIriklfn
y .: imn14I :ln ihfs,clty; under a mfilonjfronf'thtf ., consumption 'j' -
-- Can Be Prevented. ,whichhaskilled ,..
55 .. United i States'' govern-.i 1 .
nent_ was:shlpped:"several ,months ago'on :This diKasBalway8resaltsfFoma5 l cold s ,more people, .: J :"
;-. : or,attack( the grip, and maybe; than / j '' '
a Medlterranean war and
:.tramp _steamer to :
by the
.. ,New. York thence to be transshipped:, lain's prevented, Cough Remedy.timely.That use .Chamber-i'emedywaS 555 pestilence com- r I : _

extensively used daring the epidemics of bined. It tells S f '4 =
,4F ..... .. :
grippe of
,.. n the,past few years, and not a prf painfulchests 1
Jloi: single case has ever been reported that 'x'
?if,. did not recover that resulted sore ,
or. in pheumonia ; '
lungs weak
which shows' it to be a certain YT
preventive of that dangerous disease. throats, bronchitis :

Chamberlain Cough Remedy has gaineda and pneu '"
world l :wide reputation .for its cures of monia. Do not

colds Son. .and" 'grip' For sale' by". Wilson; & suffer another 4 b e81011, *

_" day. It's useless, '
> ,
'The circulation of'tire rumor that Pad- for there's a'8 (tr- o1triei .

.< V erewski had been shot in a duel would prompt and safe 0 .i
t seem to indicate that the great piano cure. It is .. v
"-.' player)las>n, .energetic and resourceful _
5 f> press agent. S

;;= AYQT2SPetora .._BETWEEY.: __ .

'j, How to.Cure the Grip.: JACKSONVILLE AND NEW YORKCalling

tit Remain quietly at home and take ,
-" Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as directed at Charleston S. C., both ways. _: F

l. and a quick recovery .is sure to follow: The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service. : i .
That remedy counteracts any tendencyof -
ti ,the grip to result pneumonia, whichis THE CLYDE NEW E1VGLAKD AND SOUTHERN LINES .

really the only serious danger. Among .. ___Direct Service Between____ :s
I't the tens of, thousands who have used it Jacksonville Boston and Providence and All Eastern Points. dii:
for the grip not one case has ever been which cures fresh colds :

reported that did ,not recoverFor: sale and coughs in.a. single Calling at Charleston both ways. ..
by Wilson & Son.. "
night and masters chronic Southbound-From Lewis Wharf of\.n. Northooaud: -From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonvfll S

;$ coughs and bronchitis in CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE. ,'
: It has taken, 20 years to remove; the '
a short time. Consumption DEBARY LINE. l
t. English prejudice against American

55 meats.Today English grown beef is being is surely and certainly Between Jacksonville and Sanford, : # r

on'the market Americanbeef. prevented, and
put as cured If taken in Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis Beresford (DeLand), Blue Springs, and '
I too, intermediate landings on St. '
What A Prominent Kentuckian Says.W. time.A. Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," CAPT. W. A. SHAW, \.,: !
i : "to the American capital at Washington 25c.bottle for a fresh is appointed to sail as follows:

and has no doubt ere this reached, L. Yancy, Paducah, writes: I had c.oldj SOc. size for older Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m. Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays. t
its destination. On account of Its a severe case of kidney disease and three ; ; Leaves Sanford 9 a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
: of the best physicians of southern Kentucky colds; $1 size for chronic Ti
great size, and weight much difficulty Southbound SCHEDULE. Northbound '
treated me without success. I was coughs and consumption.
{ read down read S"i
was experienced'conveying it to the up
induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure. The always a bottle of Avert Leave 3 30 pm____________,_________.Jacksonville_________. -----Arrive 2 00 am ". r.
f coast and placing It on the outgoing first bottle gave immediate relief and Cherry"1 leer on hand. Then N. 8 45 pm____.___.__________ _.____Palatka___.__._______._____._.._Leave 8 00 pm r i
steamer. The statue with its pedestal, three bottles cured me permanently: I every time I get cold 1 take a little. 3 00 am________ ____________ _____-Astor_______________________.__ 2 30 pm i.i.
::. was the first one\of heroic size cast en- gladly recommend this wonderful reme- of it and I am better at once." 4 30 am.__________..___________SL Francis:_____________.______ n 100 pm Ii
bronze in far I dy. Wilson & Son. N Oct.19.1898.JAKES O.El BCQCOB Paso, I- __________ __________Beresford (DeLand; )_________z____u 12 00 n'n i i
r tlrely of Italy or so as Ten 6.00 am_____.___________________Blue Springs..____ ----_______.____ 11 00 am J
know .in any" attne I Write the Doctor. If you haTe any Arrives30 aa_________._._.______--"-___-__Sanford..._.___._._-_____________ 9 30 am ft"
time of its completion attracted much In forecasting the new century W. T. complaint irhat Yer and desire the i
best medical advice, write the Doctor General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. it
attention. It was placed'on exhibition, Stead says; "War convulsions will shake freely. AddressDr.
_ and,thousands of people went to see it, republics and shatter kingdoms." There .J.: C.ATXB Low n.Man. W.. H. WAEBUETON,T. P. A.. F. M. IRONMOVUER, JB. F. P. A., :1
19 State St., New York. 204 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
among them the late King Humbert are a number of kingdoms that might,be A. C. HAGERTY, Passenger Agmt, C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. Supt. :i

and other members of the royal family vastly. improved by. ,a ,good, lively stag- 19 State street New York. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville Fla.
i: of Italy and the most distinguished PA*>I nrv. THOS. D. HALEY Local Freight Agent. JOHN L. HOWARD, Superintendent, ;..
t, and talented. artists and art critics in Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville 'Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville Fla. ,
The value of all farm crops producedin THEO. G. EGER General \!anajrer.: WM. P. CLYDE CO., General Agents. l
. Rome. So great was King, Humbert'sappreciation Bottle Free to Sufferers.
Chesebrough Building State Street,Opposite Battery Park New York.
the state of Iowa during 1900 is $2 9,-
of Mr. Simmons' work
'. Deep-seated obstinate cases the kind that
; :2' that 'the Order of Chevalier of the have resisted doctors, hot springsand patent 805058. If the state produced' this much _

f It Crown of Italy was conferred upon the medicine treatment, quickly yield to B. B. B. gold, it would be rated as the world's El t.
(Botanic Blood Balm) thoroughly tested for Dorado.
1.- sculptor which by the way, was the 30
, years. Have you mncnons patches in the
;. last sigaal honor paid by tie late king mouth? Sore ,throat? Eruptions? Eating

: to art, of which he always was an appreciative sores? Bone pains? Itching skin? Swollen WANTED.Reliable l'
t: Stiff ? colored ? .
glands? joints Copper 'spots
patron. Chancres? Ulceration on the body? Hair and
The equestrian figure. of General Logan eyebrows fall out? Is the skin a mass of boils man for Manager of

measures 14 feet 6 inches from pimples and ulcers? Then this wonderful B. Branch Office we wish to open in 'J'f
X the feet of the horse to the top of the B. B. specific will completely change the riPAN
< into clean, this vicinity. If record is 0.
whole body a perfect condition your
# bead of the rider and the statue in
free from eruptions, and skin smooth with the
eluding pedestal is 40 feet high. glow of perfect health. B.; B. B. drains the K, here is an opportunity. Kindly t

t :. Mr. Simmons, the sculptor has had a poison out of the system so the sympt ms can give good reference when writing.THE .
'r. studio in Rome for more than 30 years not return. B. B. B. builds up the broken ,
down constitution and improves the digestion.So A. T. MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE.
; and Nestor of the American art
Is the
; B B B.
sufferers may test a trial bottle CINCINNATI. OHIO. t
1'' colony in the Eternal City. lie is a na- will be given away free of charge.
five of the state of Maine and is about B. B. B for sale by druggists at $1 per large Illustrated catalogue 4cts. stamps..ATRIA. .
f 58 of age. His first modeling of af' bottle or 6 large bottles (full treatment) $5. ;
t t years
Complete directions with each bottle. Be sure 't
f' serious nature was done in Portland the bottle' reads, Botanic Blood Balm. For .
i Me., about the time of the civil war. trial bottle, address ,BLOOD BALM CO., At. Bern the lls Kind You Hats Always Bought
',- -- Subsequently he removed to Washington lanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free medical Bigutuo .
,', where he made many life sized advice given. Call on J. B. Screven, druggist,, of 1 4-- ; : Truthful
Titusville, for B. B. B._ gIn
: : medallions of American generals in the : !

; Union'army. '
Mr. Simmons came to Rome in 18G8 the Bank.,-"I seqthat Senator Hoar J\ CRYSTAL LEitSEST i 1

f for the purpost;>"of executing a commission places industry .abuve genius." "That's Advertising -

t J from the state of Rhode Island for all right, but where dogs JIB place money MARK. :
QuantI lint ill Awa1J]
? Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Williams. He" has -
,: a statue of Roger .
i S resided here ever since,, meanwhile 4 -- z

It : however having made numerous short Over-Work Weakens : .. has made Ripans Tabules a success. People have
Mr. Simmons : .
11 visits to his native land. t rS
t t G accompanied by Mrs. Simmons Your Kidneys learned to read and believe what is said of them. '

is now-in the United States to look after >a
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It has taken time and the expenditure of much
1 1 .. the placing. of the Logan.'... statue_and '. .S I 't

;< All the blood in your body passes through t money to inform and win the confidence of the

T your kidneys once, every The three minutes. : millions of that constitute the I
kidneys are your seventy people i
r blood purifiers they filter J. B. SORE VEN
-. J out the waste or American public, but the fact that confidence has ,!
Tr impurities in the blood.If .
they are sick or out DRUGGIST, l been won, together with the actual good the :

of order,they fail to do
'_' l their work. Has the Sale of These Celebrated GlassesIN remedy does, destines it to live and prosper ;::J t

Hii'kt Pains aches and rheumatism -

come from excess TITUSVILLE, FLA. still enlarge its circle of usefulness.The ><
of uric acid in the

blood, due to neglected From the Factory ofM"Kellam demand for Ripans Tabules is growingand
kidney trouble.

Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady & Moore, never was greater than at the present time.

heart beats and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble because the heart is The only complete Optical plaut iu the There is a good reason for it. If you are troubled i

over-working" in pumping thick, kidney- Sonth, Atlanta, Ga.

S \ roe. : .:aM. poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It with dyspepsia, headache, constipation, biliousness,
": used to be considered that only urinary
.. troubles were to be traced to the kidneys sour stomach or any kindred ailment buy a scent l l

but now proves that nearlyall Kodol
;:: constitutional diseases have their begin- carton containing ten Tabules at any drug store
: \
in kidney trouble.If .
h ning
and take them directions. You will
you are sick you can make no mistakeby according

.. and first the doctoring extraordinary your effect kidneys.of Dr.The Kilmer's mild Dyspepsia Cure soon realize why so many people, including all .

the kidney remedy is
iA' Swamp-Root great .
;i soon realized. It stands: the highest for its classes, enthuse over Ripans. t '

I wonderful n__.:_'u cures of the most distressing cases : ,Digests what you eat. -

EMBLEMATIC- FIGURE. OF WAR-- 05 PKDK8TAL and is sold on its merits '1 t artificially digests the food and aids
I by all druggists in w Nature in strengthening and reconstructing -
It Is expected, will return to Rome cent and one-dollar siz-I| I the exhausted digestive or-

when that task Is completed.' es. You may have "a .gans. It is the latest discovered digest- 1 I ...... "_ n-. J IT _.._ ... n a I .--..

,_ L1" Daring' his residence: here Mr. Sim- sample bottle by mail Hom os a mp-Boc ant and tonic. No other preparationcan .
mons has executed'many ,commissions free also pamphlet telling you how to find I approach in efficiency. It instantly

American patrons, among.his works out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. ( relieves and permanently cures r'WA iTTDA cud otlM4l1Mhh that 1t'I-'A.'M wtH aot.a.. ne-b&DDIi.a.. u4 p0lm(
for. this when writing Dr. Kilmer Me. (>na give no el. :Not Uw vord R'ii-a-x!: -a on tbejncknge cud acvS(* no eate strc..
the '"Peace" monument Jn Wash- Mention paper Dyspepsia, Indigestion Heartburn, R'hPA'K-S,19 for C'eGYo1DA7 be fctd tt ui/drug itot. tea Muapfe*ao4 ea. tl1OUa&4..... .
being the "American Republic"'monument 4t Co.. Binghamton. N. Y.. ;, ,. ,. Flatulence,' Sour Stomach Nausea 's-MMiaUvillbenvulad r9o.sLAe.Terk. to our a44n a for t onto,romrdad to U a KipM Quaaktl Co..M..M .

ington it yet t ,rt SIck Headache,Gastralg1 ,Cramps and !
and 'portrait etc
In 'Portland He:, ,
; CURE .FOR all otberr su1ts of imperfect digestion.Price .
Grant Phillips ,
busts of have I ,, CU&E5 SE F We.and II. Large size contains ZHtoesHnallsizaBookallaboutdyspepslaiaaUedfree _' J
and James G. Blaine. Degrees [B&tceutfiSn* : Ytee Qooq..lDae"tn t'
fg ttmEt Sots br tirutati '= CO. Chicago ... .
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r-, t-'' ,...'.::':,:." j:;,. :.'', -' ":t-,:, -COCOA,,- 'BUSINESS. -'IBE. '"'AU. B"&"- ,/ .Messr8.Chas. S.Scbick andi) R. Snyder -, .-"H'o' .. .-.,...=""'- COCOA.P.-.> -.: "".... -"or'. !; There is always danger in nsijpg.cotifterfeitaof "
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t" t A ;" ': :" W.L;;;HUGHLETT., .,D.r.zTl1A1UEL; ; f- t1i1aJ'O"; ar&foann&IBlorida, Theschoolis: incasing frr membership DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. 'DREW'Seteo ; ; :

,:<: ._ ,.,;"' ".' ,' ._"' ,D. D.?8. Offices ovef-Th8 ;iT: di..ttBlveJ' and,End, their; t T;atBocklecge' greatly 93 being enrolled;bn the; roster.MfssTRabyauditaiter The original is asafe and ''certain core
,". ,- : -:- :' ;; for piles. It is a soothing and healing
,.:.,- -_:. ,'1'. .. :,. ,.DrngCo'astoreSttheleadingDrugestftblifih-' enhanced by 'the/excellent aceommodado tootstip .
; -".;--"'('\.: ; ,' .' ">' went of the Indian river countryeO / .**; ,-_,, of:TJwPlfta:n&Ua popular salve for.sores and all skiD'diseLseS. Wilson -
.": ."0-;., .. -.. proprietor. to Lotus and spent Sunday withreturning' & Son. -
"5. : ;' ; T** :5 : -
a:::.- ., 8J'. TRAYI .. ExcluavT Wholesale PF'k t
,;,,, t) :-:;:. :,;' :<.i ;".Grocers,carry'the largest stock of General The- service at1he'NewrBockledge friends, Monday.
j! '"_..1, ,'". .:(',. Merchandise the'east--coast of Florida. : song Arthur Porther has ,been 'ill, and it Real January weather the past .two ranOATALO&UC, t' rGA.L

'ZJ"4:=:''.,-:.';, :';. ..' :.;, '- Can meet: all, .conipetltion..Write' ,' 'for'-prices. on "IasiSuudaynight notwithstanding: was the very"weU' threateningrain. attended goes hard with a;school'boy to be laid, up weeks with the wind almost continuouslyfrom .. -- S I

; >;:"c'.; WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Em. Everyone enjoyed the service and .while. the'rest- go-ahead of. him. the west and noithwesLContin- THC T
balmer.Bicycles and Sewing Machine none winds from the west for five days- .
;t ; -0" < u supplies servicewith M8. Wm. proprietor of H. i W. 8. DREW
the residents look forward to the Jarvis
,Tinning and Pipe Fitting;:Repairing
from until .
A' Thursday Tuesday.A
J,;. a. of EverpesaIptlou. Agent Beveridge. pleasure. Jarvis House, has had a severe''attack of COMPANY.
t ', ''cO -- Steam Cooker' Miss the grippe 'boTis 'better,at this BLAH K.S r
:. Lillian Humphrey and sister, Miss ; writing.
:(?::: :' :: .. : : : powerful engine cannot be run with JACKSONVILLE,
r ". ::'. FRANK Shoemaker. Forty tLE. Humphrey of Oberlin, 0, arrived Little Miss Amy Gefeer the possessor a weak boiler, and we can't keep up the ruu -
: : : :" :- : ." .' 'years:experience; all ,kind ,of ,repairing Thursday. Miss Lillian spent last winter of a new wheel and now covers the long strain"of an active life with"a weak stomach

:v,::<,:,' ," :. :' done shoes,madetoordu.nice and cheap,; also ladles'.and men's here .as 'clerk for'Mr.; H. JKos8iter' in distance from South Rockledge, to school.It ; neither can we stop the human ma- ,
ojf;: ,<< ,. I his picture atom, which position she will china to make repairs. If the stomach JONH N.C.STOCKtOJ President, 3
; ::?;;r" ', ; THE TRAFFORD"BAKERY.'FirstquiJit7 again fill this season. is expected that Rev. Daiger will fill cannot digest enough food to keep the THOMAS P..Dxsnusc Cashiert
f ;= '' : ::.,-. -, 'Bread1J1&d8ofhlgh: grade floor,sent to any '. **.. .' big appointment at the M. EL church body strong, such a preparation aa Kodol JAMES: D. BASES Ass'U Cashier.
;_ : address;also never-failing. home-made,yeast Miss Leonice ,Layham, of Indianola here on next.Sunday morning and even- Dyspepsia Cure should be used. It digests -

::: '. .> : cakes. Ice. Cream every Saturday has arrived:to help her aunt' :Miss. Kate ing: what you eat, and it simply can't

', i',: ',, .-' '' GOTO.'){. SANDERS The'Old Reliable Eyre, in her curio store.. Miss Kate expects Mr. Gilbert, who has been living.on help.but do you good. Wilson & Son. National 'Bank of -
_,- ,'; .Store."for, good, fresh and reliable goods branch store in the little the; Theis place north of Cocoa has
: moved -
such: as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery. ;
building opposite the and Miss
and full line of Groceries. t his family into the, Heaton residence
: : t Hats; a ,
j! i/ .. Lapham will be in charge near the ice factory. Bears the Tbs Kind You Havg Always Bought the State of FloridaOAPITAL

r\;. *: .! '. "' JABVIS.Pleasant:HOUSE location-Open facing'all the the river year';on round riverfront Mr. H..J.-Smith has returned from his Mrs. Travis, children and maid took a 6'8 Mara J

J-1.:'''' t;,<_'.',:' '". Bates$2.00 per day,special.terms by trip north and now the locomobile, is trip 'to her grove at Bonaventnreon on Sun-

r& ;; ', .. ../'A.' ',.'- the week or month. again traversing our thoroughfares; Your day. She had for,her guests: Miss, Fan $100,000.00. 4

>" correspondent, acknowledges an, invitation ni 'Carter, Miss Shaw and Miss Griffith.

i ;i :;' INDIAN N RIUR NiPPEES.[ circumstances by Mr. Smith to take Thanks.a ride but .The Avilah' will hold its regular monthly ,Designated, and of the depositor City of.Jacksonville.of the State of Solicits Florida -

prevented. meeting at the residence of its president .accounts of all classes and offers every facility

&r. ':'n.:':''..::..'..<':. t--',",':-:- 1Qaragrapiu .Personal and. Newsy Briefs Mr. and Mrs.' F. F. Fishburn' ; ,Mrs. F. :Mrs. B..W. Jerome,. on ,Friday .at consistent the needs with of prudent that class banking.who accumulate Recognizing a- g f.
: '; Fishburn and Miss Kate Stone of Roan- 10 a., in\ at which time they will elect a-
,' : ." }: surplus, we,will allow interest on time de-
t 4\: .i .r .,.'., __. .. at Towns Along the Coast.KOUKLEDGE. oke, Va., Mrs.'E. J:.Knock, of Charleston their.officers jor the ensuing year. .. j posits. We invite attention to the statement
-- :'. .'. .: Ills., and Miss B- Parker of Chatta- below, condensed from our last official report #
T} The: cool keeps back the growthof to the honorable controller of the currency:

* : ': 'Mrs. H. Cook is one ofthe guests of noogaTenn.., compose a party of,pleasant the young orange' trees,' which is the 'I a
'., :.The Plaza. tourists who., are sojourning at The beat thing for them. If it. will only stay CONDENSED 1
:. Plaza. cool until the middle of February the {' STATEMENT OF CONDITIONAt
y- 4' : Mr. K. M.:Turner, of Atlanta, Ga., is a Mr. C. W.-Evans of Haddonfield, N. success of orange culture is assured.
a '. I of The Plaza. close, of business Jane 29, 1900. ;
t : guest D., is herd from that snowbound :region: ,
': Mr. George Huston is making extensive -
fit Mr. 0. Land of Canby, Minn.,' registered where blizzards are created to see how improvements about his premises on : ;; RESOURC
we conduct the weather in Florida and
at The
: Palmetto avenue enlarging and otherwise
.. : Loans and discountst253.0S119
f&; .. .. Mr. Ik. P. Paterson, of Minneapolis is to find out why the ,weather man improving his boathouse to accommodate United States bonds__________ 101,000.00
: The Plaza. partial to the sunny south. He is locatedat his new the launch Premium on U. S bonds_______ 3,475.87
{t -:. stopping at the New Rockledge. : possession, TOO LATEto Bonds, stocks and securities._____ 145089.72 a

r,, Mr Alex. Goode, of Melbourne, was :Mr. and'Mrs., Qsceola Currier,'have ar- also.Silver King. He is enlarging his residence S think of insurance when the house, is Banking real house estate, furniture owneL6,700.00 and Fix., 44,417.62Other

l : in Rockledge on Friday. ". rived at their lovely home on Indian The'trim little launch Alice is getting in flames. The time to consider it is all Cash and Due from other banks__ 186,83112:

H : ':. T I Mr. F. E. Green and wife, of Boston, River avenue from :their summer homeat her share of the of the the tune previous to that.
N. J. their friends patronage tourists' And.I can help to react a decisionas $660,591.12
,.,;-. < are at the Indian River. Newark are all you
j -
, pleasure boating, and daily secures to the amount ofINSURANCE
; f" glad'to see them more
h!: '. Mr. and ,Mra. H. C Hart, of Chicago, that Mrs. Currier, is enjoying much bet- parties for various points on the rivet LIABILITIES.

'' ; :' : are guests of the Indian River. Capt. 0. W. Schoonmaker is kind and Capital stock _______$100,000.00
s ter health thanJast winter. -------------
i1t ;;:" Mr. C. E. Hawley and of Buffalo, obliging and knows where the good fishing to be placed on business premises, stock, Surplus and profits______________ 28.70893
w.ife. Mr. E. W. Wallace former curio man grounds are. residence furniture, etc., and the com- Circulating notes___.._____________ 100,000.00
t\-, :.:. ':. :, N. Y., are at the Indian River. of Rockledge has returned this winter panies to place it with.I ,, Dividends uncalled for___________ 200.00
'l "" ." :Miss Shaw and Miss Griffith two Tennessee I Deposits.____________ __________
I f : :: : Mr. Wjll Singleton has accepted a position with his wife andJittle daughter. He ladies, friends of Miss Fannie Car- represent all the best companies, and 431,682.59
clerk in, N. Hatch's store.i solicit your insurance business. Write
> as has secured the school house and fitted it
f fe'I', -,: ter, are late arrivals in town. Miss for rates on your properties. $660.591.12
i ;_,,; .. i T.Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus, was registered up for living purPoSes. He is putting upa Griffith went on to Indianola as the "

r-J ,' .I at the New Rock ledge this week. storeroom near,the depot and will opena guest of the Schuyler's and Miss 'Shaw Q. S. SOHUYLJS3R, The Most Complete

i I'f! :;' ,. Mr. D. M. Farlan, Jr., of Philadelphia, cuno store in the near future. has gone into partnership with Mrs. Titusville Fla.

! ,.- is enjoying the season at the New Rock- It was an excited crowd of guests that Joyner in the dressmaking business.Dr. Calendars and blotters for distribution.

I IHA' ;..' .- 'led, g.. gathered around, the three big fish that Scofield's brother Mr. I. A. Sco- Electrical Supply

i ., \''... I" Mr. and Mrs. M..J. Brophy and Mr. lay on the lawn at .White's cottage on field and family Connecticut, are here r ==
Saturday evening last, hut the happiest
and located in the doctor's
' Wm. A. Foes, of Boston are located at pleasant
I I The'Plaza. one among them was the catcher, Mr. home in North Cocoa. We only wish $20Teachers and
5': ,; I Ii Robert Rudd, of ,Detroit Mich.The
they had persuaded Mr. and Mrs. Powellto
i ..': :. Messrs. 0. W.Nelson, of St. Louis, and three fish wei hed
; ",:'- ;- li. C. Seaton, of Louisville are located atThe tipping the bean at,41 23 pounds pounds.the largest return to their deli htful home. Theyare Construction Honse In the South.
I ;, %* Plaza. 'I much missed by their many friends and Prospective Teachers
Mr. and .Mrs;, D. C. Jones, of Cincinnati this winter.
':; 'T"(, ; Mr. H, Warnett of Hartford Conn.,
-.-. Mr.'M. M. Strauss of Chicago, Mr.J Rev. W. E. Smith of Rockledge complied will find Review Classes at ..THE..
,>:' ,-i--1..f''; is among the, guests registered at the'"'. New ; S. Knox and, wife of Omaha, G. R. with the request of the colored the Lake City College.
1'ft\ !'.: >,R ,, Rankin and wife, J. M. Platt and wife brethren in the A. M. E. 'church and I
r. ..' ;, Mr. R. L. Hatch- of Aberdeen, 'Miss., and Mrs. C. :Buckingham, of New Ha- preached for them on last Sunday after- $20 Covers all Johnson-LawCofflpany
:,' "." visited his cousin, Mr. G. _N. Hatch, ven, Conn., and T. J. Yarnell and wife, noon. A large congregation of attentive
." u:,> over Sunday. of Washington all registered at the hearers gave close attention throughoutto = -o-

t &; ;Mr. Jas. L. Dwyer has joined his wife Hotel Indian Rjyer.On \ his text found in Heb. 19:13, and the railroad fare, for one All kinds of batteries and battery

i;; at Sheepshead Bay, N. Y., having left Wednesday morning Mr. G, E. subject "Influence." They expressed term. Send for circulars to renewals for gas engine i ignition,

: ; for that point last week. Horn, of Chicago, had for his trophy themselves as being very grateful to Mr. W. F. bells, annunciators and burglar
: from the, finny tril e of Indian river a Smith for his kindness. 1TOOITM alarms constantly on hand.
and wife of New
,( Mr. C. H. Poppley ,
tf 24 Ib channel bass. It with
was a beauty
: i: : York are enjoying Florida under the Weekly Weather Report. Lake City, Fla.anoooonnnan 5
: its pink and silver sides glistening the
I. : roof of the Indian River. L Lighting Telephone Lines
:; bright sunshine,and drew a large admir- U.8. DKPABTMENT: AGRICULTURE WRATH =nncxanc ,

:: ::\.': .' Mr. and Mrs. D: S. Berley and Mr. W. ing crowd in its wake to the scales where EK BUREAU. .. installed in partof

R. Usher of Newburyport Mass., aret' his fishship was weighed. It was caught Comparative rainfall for statement the week of ending temperaturesand Tuesday ASK YOUR GROCER FOR the state.any

; L=' located at the Indian River. with small rod in the hands of Mr. Jan. 29, 1901.

Messrs. G. A. McLury, of New York, Horn. 1901 1900 Write us for information.

r':, ':,:: .<_ \ and Frank Hudson, of LaGrange; ,Ga., Mr: and Mr3. J. E. Crow and sister, Jan.DATE.23. MAX.70 MIN.54 MAX.73 MI5.60 alsto JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

Y: t".' are registered at The Plaza. Mrs. Henry Williams, of Sing Sing N. '" 24. 72 50 73 58
'" Y. domiciled for the winter in 25 69 54 72-55
are Mr.
br ,t ;. Mr. J. 0. Wood, of Washington, is "
;' Wheeler's Oak Mr. 26 62 14 65 55 GEo.M. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN
Crow with
i- : S pleasantly located at The Plaza and en- cottage. 27. 72 48 72 51 The 5 Minute Breakfast Fool President. Actuary.BEEVAED .
his niece Miss
: '-. joying the delights of Fl 'rida. Edgarda Williams spent 28. 65 51 68, 60 .
-: last winter in Rockledge, and they made 29. 68 48 60 51 .
: ,,' Mr. J. M. 'Doyle of Jacksonville, is many friends while here. Miss Williamshas Total rainfall for the week. .03 inch ,Purina Health Flour -- --- --,
,, located at The Plaza and incidentally Departure from the normal rainfall for the *T Makes ,>
;: ; ,; S since married and is living in Cali. week minus .74 inch. Abstract of TitleCOMPANY
I i calling on friends in this vicinity.: fornia. Her friends here wish her all Departure from normal rainfall' since Jan. "BRAIN BREAD" -
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.' : Mr. H. P. Shares has been laid up a happiness. 1, 1901, plus 4.69 inches. PURINA MILLS. ST. Loins. Mo. -
; '. few with attack of lumbago. He Hearts the HAL P. HABDIN
: days an was game enjoyed by some Observer Weather Bureau.
..,r.. ,r, :' is about at present we are glad to chron- of the New Rockledge guests on Monday Jupiter, Fla., Jan. 29. 1901 GERE BOATS Will furnish abstracts of title '
F a ??'-: '! night, and Mr. F. J. Simmons carried off -,. AHDENSlNfS for lands in Brevard couuty. ;
icle.Miss Sick Headacheis SUWLESiMIeLoMMIjsTM1MSIL(
.: '. ,: Annie Paddison, of Point Caswell, first prize Mr. Fred Schoonmaker the ; haunhe5if- } 5ff OFFICE UN ER LAW OFFICE OF
1'N.. C., visited with her friends, the Misses; second.prize, while the third and fourth the bane of women. What is wantedis CASTINGS GEO. 11. BOBBl JS, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
not relief alone, hut relief and
& t.. Hardee, daughters of Hon. G. S. Hardee, prizes went to Mrs. Simmons and Mrs. cure. ,
Loyal Ford's Dyspepticide will
:} this week. C. Hobart respectively. At the progres- cure : EAST COAST MEAT
t sick
headache for all time. It makes the SASeENEeATOSVA s. MARKET
et ., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hobart, of New sive euchre"on Saturday evening Mr. stomach riht.! BElIE LAU"t R"twc BOAT, FRAMES

r T5-:. .. York city are guests of the New Rock- Simmons Mrs. Simmons also carried first prize and 6iUINOMPW3.Micww.FREDERICK G. F DUREN, Agent,

ledge. Mr. Hobart ia a nephew of ex- A. MORGAN

.,,..;.;.. ";i.-,:":. .., Vice President Hobart. Rev. W. E. Smith was a happy man R. L MOTLOW, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,

:. t"?:" Messrs. E. G. Milbury S. R. Millbury last when he found on the collection plate on . COLLECTIONS Florida
Sunday morning an exceedingly
and J. M. Mahoney, of New York city, ..
are enjoying the hospitality of Mine i I large collection, amounting in all to DEALER IN. .Stenography, Typewriting. and -'
i; < $41.75, a part of which wag in an envel- 0 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 0" +
The Plaza. \\V
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; from
ope ($25.50)) guests of the New,
p it\: ". Messrs. I. 0. Kilburn, of South Orange, Rockledge together with a kind letter o 1 c I,,; 0o 0 Meets

.i; .. L. E. Conklinjr, of :Newark and J. N. expressing their appreciation of Mr. o i F. M. TAYLOR,

,r.'. "' %-V; ,Holt of East Orange, N. J., are regis Smith's efforts in the church and Sunday 0 of allKinds.

.-3 ::1.5".'.-' -'tered at the Hotel Indian River. school services, the song services at the a \ Teacher of Vocal Music and Mus- .1

)'>'3 The New.Rockledge will give its weekly hotel and his interest shown to the guests ical Elocution in Classes or };

,5* ..--,' hop on Friday night. These dances that their stay be made a pleasure while ;
Private Lessons.
1:: i' are becoming quite popular and add very. here.
's0'Jie : much to the gay season at ROckledge. LOTUS. w Terms reasonable. TITUSVILLE FLA. Titusville, FloridanROBBINS

iYi. .: ; "" Mr. 0. B. Anderson, wife and two children The new store received its first ship-

: t; ". of Crete, Neb., are nicely located ment of goods last Saturday. j w. aBisARD- '
"" 'l: t. : at 'theNew Rockledge,and enjoying the '
:.: Mr. C. D. Provost is np from Fort Cap i MT
fr fishing and other sports of Indian river. Pierce for a few days, looking after his PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 83

Mr. W. A.Wilkin8_ Mrs. W. E. Jones interests here. TTTCSVILLE FLA. S GRAHAM

x .*' Miss Helen Gresham and Miss E. R. A good many cabbage are being shipped Co.

Graves, of Waynesboro, Ga., are a merry from here now to supply the local trade. Office at Mrs. J. D. Crabb's. (Incorporated. Paid up Capital J

L party of tourists stopping at The Plaza. Prices are good. IHrfe Following Well Kno\\n Brands 25,000.o6.)
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Wit- -Mr. Geo. Van Zandt, of Chicago, is at I Dr. Capron and 'Mr. C. D. Provost company owns lands "t
a i The Plaza. The northwester of a few drove up to Georgiana one day this week. MURRAY HILL CLUB .I Shan and a Hair CutCarrflte' in the Indian River Country -

days the past week must have reminded Dr..Capn'n.visited Dr. Chambers, while I. W on the St. L cie River f '
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him/'of, the' Windy City of the: great Mr. Provost did the town. They report: at New River, and on Biscayne '
lakes everyth flourishing and some: property CHEER, -- .Bay..

': Mr. Dewight Wheeler and Miss Kathleen changing hands. OLD CASCADE SOURMASH 1 Barber Shop PRICES TO I

Wheeler, of.Bridgeport, Conn., are Mr. 8. A Osteen packed some very TENNESSEE WHISKY. SUIT THE TIMES. I

Y at the New Rockledge. .Mr.: Wheeler is large naval oranges from the Jerome None lot experienced and workJ J J TITUSVILLE Send for land list *

,.- ,}:""one of -the firm ef Wheeler & Wilson grove. Some of the fruit weighed a TitnsTille and Cocoa, Florida. satisfaction men employed guaranteed., perfect,,...,.. {| FLORIDA. OJ'nCES A.T ... '

.' :. ci wing machines,, pound ands half a piece.: JirSend me your order.@J J.L.CmozaERs,Proprietor TITUSVILLE AlfD MUm. q' v

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i > J- Phillips, of the Melbourne -- t"- __
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,J'raCmentaot.I:'1'J ole'nat.gyp .f ;:cuhler 'I'hq only bank on&e:lower rive? ." .,

; "x'f- 'Ilbs(lro+tnd:J1' '/: .:.-:;and thepmeappIeregionoCBtevardcototy. reception given ito, "Rev Stuart Martin .. Headquarters" : i

'1 suggest!olifol:a* StafeVEair.>- -. ; EAU 4ALL BYSlNESS :PI1tECrOBY.ODGSONBROT ,by the ladies Guild last Monday .. .... for. *' i. ., I

** -v '* : evening at Hotel Bellevue was one of thesociety '
In jess recent times 'there have* been ;- Dada, ;Yship events of the season About, 90 '
Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware;:Pipe and :
:, .z: n rii inflaenceawhich tended to cheapen fAtting!*Clothing.* and, Oils,' \tuavcf* guestswere.present, Mrs. C. H Stewart HARDWARE : :
andwutgariaeancultaral-'faire.; Horse leg.. :MftrinerMlwar/rteamet for darter. at the)piano> .and'MRL Tenny, by hersweetvoice ,

jockeys,:':speed; associations, "vendersr of and'song;'added much to the "
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noetrtmg,i. 7uropHeJbdn: ;bf questionable: POST- FIE&Cg. -.BUSINESS-- "'DlKECTOBY.c pleasure otthe veni1 g.. Dainty. refreshments ...Tinware, Crockery..... J" -, .

speiMes have; >f) I 'predominated, mak P. 'PLATTS---Physl ian and Surgeon. were served,. fn the law dining J :'.:; '

x ing the'._wHol*, a" reproach to any"community .Calls to any' point on the river promptly' .room. Rev.'Stuart Marlin. ''' feel STQVES .'" _'

.; ,*the ''roeritorioha and solid ex;' answered. O!t.YiertcerFloridarEALOALLIE. that he swely knows. .the Melbourne pea -.. ? .:.

bibitSbeing:; : "crowded into the back'.x .. pie. .... / BoatGoodS, Paints and Oils, !::: _
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Miss Annette Paddispn leftfor Titus Persons who cannot take ordinary pills l
Children ,to attend,
a '
: find it a to take DeWitt's Little
villa. on Thursday of last week.s l pleasure.
a where the chief. '
attraction were racing, : Early Risers. They are the best little "WOODENWAREE..T.
": betting;and claptrap exhibitions. There Mr.. and1tIrs'nodgraSs returned from liver pilla ever made.. Wilson & Son..

9 : Trere professional exhibitors.who traveled their trip,to'Palm,Beach on Saturday J .

': from fair trfiiir.o alt 'through,the season, 'Mr. The 'Deyman has left on a'busi- COUBTENAY. Write for prices.. '__, ..

f with specially prepared stock or machine.. ness tour of piano tuning and repairing. Folks here are holding their: oranges. TTTUSVILLB, FLORIDA. : .

'r ry, carrying off! all the premiums 'over for higher prices; .
the heads of"worthy localexhlbitors. The Danforth are expecting ,Box 212.

There are evidences. that the day,of ,friends from Glean,'N. Y., in a few days. Cocoa. Major Tiffin .made a business trip to I t'Dr.
such demoralizing exhibitions is passing Mr. and'Mrs Thomas are domiciled at S.W. Carroll. W.E. Goldsmith.

' away: In many of the older states the the. Treutler home forthe: winter. They Frank LaRoche is visiting her CARROLL & GOLDSMITH
elements of rural society iaye taken hold are from York state! son, William, at'BartOw: ,

,of the fairs, have secured protective legislation The card was postponed from i Messrs. Whaley & Co.. are building! a. Staple and GROCERIES _
? : excluding swind.1es. and meretricious last week to Thursday ,of this week on country seat for H. J. Tiffin in the Ma- i

: displays and limiting competition to account of the death of Mr..Wm. Treut gruder hammock. '
county or stag exhibitors to.rule out thegreedy Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
ler. Messra. Rice and Staghn, of New York, Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware I I Titusville, Florida_
i : i '.Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNabb. and Mr. licensed, peddlers_ of brass, were doing We solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to.
If we are to have a state fair, we' want this section last week.
and Mrs. Snodgrass took a trip to Lake
something different from Jacksonville
Washington this ,week, returning with a Mr. J..D. Sams drove to Banyan with '
.True there harmless
gala ,, are some
exhibits: such as the Venetian gondolas bag of quail. his brand new buggy Monday. Now the : ,

I the merry-go-rounds, etc., that Mr. and Mrs. G.. Ainesworth left this girls will all want to ride. .

\ might be admitted for the amusement of week for a trip to Palm Beach' and Mi- Dr. Charles Hill and Parson Nesbit'

< the young people; but the line should be ami in their launch Grand Rapids. They were hunting east of town Thursday, DealersIn Groceries Grain and HaYJ ;;

7, _rigidly drawn against demoralizing and expect to be away about four weeks. and bagged fifteen birds and some d cks. ,

swindling spectacles.We Mrs. G. deG.. Schuyler and childrenwere Mrs. J. R. Field and her youngest son, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS. _

a.. would suggest that the system of the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Joseph, made a pleasant call in town Sat- We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively r
premiums be changed, and something Hodgson last week, leaving for their Ba- urday. By the way, the cool weather in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on .
like the plan of the Centennial awards nana river home via the Canaveral on seems to have stunted Joe's moustache.Col. Grain and all Groceries, delivered- at your station. E. L.. BEADY& BRO.,TITDSVILLE,FLA.

-: -:: be adopted._ ,Have decorations given .formeritorious Monday Harper having'done so well on his #

__ exhibitors exhibit and articles diplomas of merit bestowed Mrs. Stickney expecting more friends fresh' pork corner this winter, Dea Samuel :Bond t Lumber do.On .
on .
from old York state about the 1st pros. Sanders came up and purchased a settingof .
b with written certificates and
competent Mr. Stickney's new, residence on Houston hog eggs, hoping to become the hog hand and Constantly Arriving, i r
forth the
expert judges, setting particular street will soon be ready for the reception '
merits of the articles presented. In this of the coming guests. king.We LUl\.I.BER. '
take it that the success Mr. Watkins -
; ; way there would be no specific list, buts
,;"- every article of any degree of merit would Preparations for the baseball club entertainment our schoolmaster, is meeting with Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts, i !

receive attention and a large variety are well under way and stuffing the heads of our children with Bean, Orange, Cabbage and Tomato Crates, I
r everything points to a most successful practical knowledge, is partially due to
would be brought forward. The mere Brick, Lime Cement, Etc. .
evening. We hope to see our citizens his keeping their stomachs full of, veni- 1 f
value of a premium! money should not Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver 1
{ be the leading incentive to the people; turn out in force and give the boys a son, he having shot four fine bucks within anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bilL We will serve you right. y)
bumper house. I a few weeks. The last one must have .
should honor. The certificate
it be the ,
the diploma are more valued by the The Lizzie was out for a spin on Tuesday been traveling at express train speed, as Be>n.d Lux.ber: CC>. j

f-c cultivated and thoughtful patrons of fairs with the following ladies and gentlemen it knocked Mr. Allen down when passingby S. G. V VANLANDINGHAM Manager, : iTl1iusvl11e

= than the money. Another and very im- on board: Mrs. Danforth,Mrs. Gilbert close to him. I: F1orlc1.a.J. '

; portant consideration is, in' the begin Miss .Mamie Evans, Miss Lizzie While there are plenty of men with

_k ningwith" considerable expense con Danforth, Miss Florence Hodgson Mr. J. oranges and beans on Indian river, thereare

fronting managers to enable them to A. Gilbert, with J. Kirigan Hodgson in comparatively few with means, and R. WALKER. C. H. SWAIN. ''"'' lr 1' 1

k_ set the fair on its feet at all, the premiums command.A the situation is likely to remain so unless

would::be a burden. Above all things, number of our citizens took in the the government improves an inexpensive Fine Line -

-.. let us have:none of that poor .and cheap 1 baseball match between this town ,and harbor of refuge at Cape Canaveral, the of Furniture '. -

--55 spectacular l [glory.!of some of the early expositionsof -i Melbourne on 'Satuigiajf... irhe.J*unch only' natural deep water harbor on the to a _-
which secured i of Florida in the of
"Florida,; generous Eau Gallie was chartered to'carry the east right path
displays by"the' promise of liberal party and Eau Gallie's baseball nine to I: vessels from the gulf and all southern few days. i. ; ;

premiums and then paid none. waters, which would be the most con- I
: and from Melbourne. A return match Call and see I j 4
' 4c : We have'no'doubt that for the purpose venient, safest! and inexpensive harboron
in .
will be t
played early February.At
of inviting competition in special articles tlil Atlantic coast. This would have our Fine Line of {j

special miums- uld be offered by in- the entertainment the benefit of been done several years ago if we had Ladies Shirt Waists. I

diyiduals, firms or corporations interested our baseball club a society play'will be congressmen who would look after the -
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either commercially or as a matter of presented. The caste will consist of'the interests of South Florida instead of securing Also our new :.'

taste. For instance, merchants might following ladies and gentlemen'from Eau millions of dollars to deepen and Line of Ladies !

offer premiums for long-staple or upland Gallie: Mrs. Snodgrass, Mrs. Mary L. keep open the month of the St. Johns Fine Underwear. "

cotton syrup, grains; builders Evans, Miss Florence Hodgson, Miss Liz river for the benefit of one city and "
could offer, sugar.premiums for plans for Florida zie Danforth, J. Kingan Hodgson, R. P. greedy transportation companies.Like JOHN R. WALKER & CO., ....V y.('- ;
homes benevolent persons could encourage Paddison \y. H. Willhight and H. U.

'by; premiums ,the industry of the Hodgson, with J. A. Gilbert as stage bad dollars, all counterfeits of De-
No trouble is being spared to Witt's Witch Hazel Salve are worthless.
a- .... young in the production of useful articles manager.make the evening instructive and amus- The original quickly cures piles, sores .
.: etc.Before. The and all skin diseases. Wilson & Son. THE PLAZA HOTEL
dismissing this subject we will ing as well as entertaining. program 1 _

mention that the State Horticultural so- will be presented in the Eureka hall. ANKONA.

ciety will be represented by G. L. Taber, Mr. Will Saeger took in the-glories of rt
G. P. Healy and M. E. Gillett; the State MELBOURNE.Rev. Fort Pierce Monday.Mr. .- A /

Agricultural society }j-y 1t.E., .Ice, G. A. Mr. Hoyt's son arrived on Mon- and Mrs. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Florida,
and G, P. Healy; the Press association day from Atlanta.Mr. .
Dauley Waters, Misses Hogg and Smart and several Indian river. fine view of the
On the famous Large airy rooms,
t by -- (not'-yet ), W. H. Ellis, of Waukegan, III., is children, all from Eden, took in the
March take river modern convenience sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, t
meet in Jacksonville, in to a guest of Hotel Carleton. former Taurman grove, sampling the every ,
-'r fair. and driving. S. H. PECK, Proprietor.Also .
state ,
organize . a. Messrs. Childs and Wilson have been fruit and finding it delicious. Orangesare
; managing partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel with a capacity .
at their best now. r.H
enjoying a hunt in the woods the past for 350 guests.
_ __ i Florida Oranges week. Mr. L. Jones, from White City, had a (

Thel'e.*a. some improvement in Florida TLe literary society will meet at the pleasant visit with his friend W. T. 'JU

orangt'8 'this wt'ek., But demand, home of Mrs. Frank Lee (tonight) Fridayat Walker this week. GEO. N. HATCH. :: ::

though;tWtter than. last week, still is shortof 7:30. f :Mr. and Mrs. Dutton, from White City,

what would b* expected at this time Miss Helen Miller is now at Jensen .came as far as Mr. Waller's house,and for Dealer in General Merchandise,

4 and trade drags along. teaching school. We all wish her success I some reason returned home without take
this week was a
The"fruit. which came ing in Ankona. "."
consisting of everything" -
in color, flavor and
distinct improvement ROCKLEDGE FLA.Experienced .
condition. Coupled with this is the fact Mr. E. B. Phillips, of Waukegan, 111., :Mrs. Trux, from Sparta, Wis., is en- usually fi"t" lass kept enew'in a store,_... r Ii t

of diminishing receipts from Jamaica, i will spend the winter in the Spaulding joying the balmy breezes of Florida and
the winter with her sister,
believe that is spending
which leads receivers here to cottage.Mr. .

t the turn for the better will be permanent. and Mrs. Booth, of South Dakota, Mrs. Tancre, of this place. ".;.:- ..';_....'; ..,.: ..:-.;,......: :.':' : : .... ,.--...',,'.<.:. ..:.:: .':.':e.-.':.'.".:-:. :.;
...... It is expected that in two weeks should Florida be. are here for the winter, guests of the We have entirely escaped continuance Jack Frost of his so ............................::2...'........"'.........;:...,......_..;............. ....i....,......'.....t............:....'"-'".....'.:..........".......................................:....:...:;...:....
all that they far and hope for a .
oranges will be Grand View cottage.Let ::f :.:.:.. ,
T One receiver here, who was in Florida absence, as he is.not at all desirable for ::.._ .:: :
the coast remem-
.. recently thoroughly and said''knows the opinion the situation printed there in ber the our chautauqua friends along to be held here from fruit vegetable growers. ::::: : i ;

: that of :March 2nd to the 12th. KLONDIKE. ;: :
these columns last week many I:::, Wheelmen : ;

the objectionable qualities in the fruit areS :Mr. Joseph Williamson, of Micco, was Heavy rains the past week. ..... .......:..'. .
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; doe'to the newness of the growers was in town lately, and we are glad to learn cold did here. :.::.: choose Ramblers because they have tone ::: ;
The recent no damage .
;.- 414 and well all which '
had well. .t ; style as as good points ::
said .another trouble I that his hand is nearly ...
correct. He ; .. go to make up a wheel cf very highest :. .
of handling the fruit. in Baltimore is spend- :Mr. Stan Jones was visiting his brother ', grade. The latest models of :......
been the manner Mrs. Sherwin, of last week, returning to Titusville via .... ..'.
Florida. month in Melbourne as the guest of :.... .. -..
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he St. Lucie Tuesday.Mr. : .. .L :
S _"It has beenrushed too her mother, Mrs. Captain West ..... : .:"
Bald. "Bad management is the reason. Matil- and Mrs. R. G. Hardee, of Sebastian .:'..... ::.... ..'.
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and daughter, .
Florida Mrs. Miday Geo. Hall's this week. ....
"r is heavier than the people are visiting at .',. ...
The with .
crop us ..
Ohio, are again ...
have da of Canton, .
and .
they .
accustomed to, of Titusville arrrived .. '
Kettles ,
are winter much to the pleasure of :Mr. G. .. :,.:.
for the ,
tried 'to get it 'all to market it at shouldbe once. their many friends in Melbourne.Miss Sunday with Judge Jones' buggy horse. .......:... a = BICYCLES .....".........,
Their labor is not aa efficient as He was surprised at the improvements ..: "notice the r
reinforced frames" :
with much Sutton, daughter of Hon. W. ... .. .:.. .
handling, here in June.
and faulty made since he was .
result."I of Langatuck, Mich., has joinedher ..::'. ,, .. are the very best built wheels ca the mar ::
bruising, has been the now, Sutton, here for the winter. Miss Judge Jones was down this week looking ..:... ;3 ket to-day.. They last. :.:: t I
think the rush is about over parents of the Oberlin Con after his interests here. He returned ...'. x The good reputation gained by tbi ,....;.
fruit will come along much tetter. Sutton is a graduate .y Rambler builders during their 21 vears' ....
and { ''picked ,six of Music. Monday. .,..:. i experience,males the fcuubltr a safe and .: .
y I have' here acme 'Oranges servatory prof t:ble investment fcr Let!! the novice ..:;.
sound.Thia and Judge Jones received a fine bull pup, a +S. and well whici .. .
s weeks ago, which 'are perfectly The Duke of Newcastle party : posted bus r. ;:.

shows that the fruit, properly treated spent last Friday afternoon in Melbourne, present from Bass Bros., of Kissimmee. Y RAMBLER PRICE $40 :
Fort Pierce ;
launch at
is all light. left
having increased death ..
greatly .
the show
"below returned Reports a .
while train. They
yet .
Prices this ,week last and come up on the rate from throat and lung troubles, due ........ Auk for Just if Age" booklet. ;';. .. .
decidedly better .than Miami in the evening. They dinedat ... .....
mark were to of pneumoniaand
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there was more fruit up to Carleton.Mr. to the prevalence croup the of One .,....'. ..... .. .. .. ... .. '. ... .... ... .. ........ ...... ....r.4.
that advise use .
week in the grippe. We .. .. ;, ... ... ... ... ,. ., .. .. ..., .. .... .". _.
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-; the, Btandard,, she highest quotations and Mrs. C. B. Ayers, of, Chicago, Minute Cough Cure in all harmless of these diffi ..'.......... ... .......t.. ..:............... r. ...'....'................ '..\:........ ............ .:..:.a........i..
than heretofore. few days at the Carleton. culties. It is the only remedy
estimated, that at least 150,000 are bVSouth street com- that gives immediate results. Childrenlike
It is
Mr. E. B. WAGES,. Agent,
';received here BO ar.- Ayer oft I ft.. Wilson <$? Son. .. .
= bOxeS hare been and an old acquaintance '- '
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.'.=, :{/ : ,. .. 'Entewd.,'atlhd'8postof;matter !"!V u people, of ',both ;Brevard ",and There Jj No Clianee ,.For,.Limited.Capital
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_,, -i'k'; ... Dade counties this the nor .' : the mst. Indies.Mr. .
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'' ;>;.:' ,Ems-B.-Wager, Editor and_Pnbriihar.r ., tice; another:column, C. W. Swett,.the. former treasurer

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-: ;:: UBUfl _yEBT FBIDAY_MORNING. and :Representative' Raulerson ij to by the United; _States;. Fruit ''com Y

.'f 8VBSCRIPTION' $1.50PEB. -ANNTJM- the effect that: they intend, to introduce pany, .has .been frequent visitor to the add wholesome
ii ; ; ; deHtious
America Makes tire food more 1
West entral
# India Islands and ,
.; -.. Y._ ,' ., 7 _CENTS J'OJ181X MoNThS. a'bill into the. legislature :
.,.'<:' ,:; ---- : and ,he recently gave: *! interview to:a lOYAl euoMO I .o nu co.;seir Wu.
in'April to, prohibit the catching of the Lewkfon Journal in
'j: ::..., reporter .
; idTertitfnjc.Rates. Furnished. on '
r ;' '. of fish with haul seines .we :
;- Application or taking{ wbidrheso weU corroborates 'wh .
ti X ,-s'v'. n : '. _- or drag netsjn; the waters of Indian have beard from other sources,' perhaps Prices :Still Advancing.. freights the, ,shipments. of phosphateabroad
:: It uai-be clearly;underafoodthat ?neither Banana and less-well,informed, but quite :as. positivein are reduced, eo that the increased
St. Lucie rivers '
,.gfef. '. THS'STAB nor'tof editor is'responsiblefoi -, ; their .assertions 'that will The outlook for cheaper fertilizing materialS demand for home consumption keeps the:,
":? opinions expressed,by correspondents and their tributaries and also to xceedingly
'- -- ;. ; place to some"of his statements during' this Season : phosphate business; in a healthy condi-
:; -, prescribes ;minimum. length of gloomy, as reports from" all over the country tidhr but does not increase their total
Subscribers; will ,confer a favor'on,THE "Cob s--no place for' the poor man,. the
: STAB it they will notify us, .of any failure toreceive bar and size of-mesh for,other: nets. and Porto not much better.. In show an increased demand'over tonnage sO that they can not supply the-
their,"paper. previous year. The high prices of cotton demand-without taxing their capacity. "
: It will be remembered that a Jamaica; where the United Stales Fruit
has of bananas last year haS'sUmmated aY increased Cotton seed meal which took such a.
resolution for such company large plantations ,
asking special
MiL .HABIISWOBTH, the; London cocoanuts pimento and :other acreage and carries with it an increased; rapid advance during the fall; reached ita-
oranges ,
_" editor,:has:struck:the south at Just legislation was introduced , tropical products, ,there may be a.better demand for fertilizer. There Js also a high water mark and has been at a standstill Y.

>. the:;right'time .to learn what glorious county convention show; but even there the chances are all large throughout Louisiana for sugar for,some.time. It is expected, how- .
in other states for beet
winter weather : have'in at Cocoa,in August last, and in favor of the small investor coining out cane fertilizer and ever; that it will advance slightly during. .
-'' we this is the initiatory step toward the small end of the born." fertilizer. There is also an increased demand the following twoor, three months. Manyof
this section the United States for fertilizers for"neral crops. the cotton farmers made mistake in ;
the When Jamaica to a
a man
securing requested leg goes engage
special -
; There: isn't anything on the whole, islation. in fruit growing, he will have to pay anywhere Putting all together the Increase has severely gelling their, seed at a high price, anti are

: continent. 'of Europe, to qual 'it., The of seines in from $40 to $250 per acre for suit- taxed the supply., so much that now having to pay even higher prices for

-.:. We ,may: ,have..a few unpleasant use many parts able land, and to grow oranges_ successfully prices have gradually been advancingand their fertilizers'and fertilizing materials.
of river is fast the the are that before the end '
our depleting prospects
: w, days during the whole season, but ,a man must have at least 500 acreSof Florida Agriculturist. ,
of March the spring fertilizer
of fish and ,., sonth's %
= '. taking the'wiriter all in all Florida: supply wantonly-too, land. Pineapples are easier to get under -
? because these vast Hauls tons o f than oranges as they come into season, such articles as higb'grade bland COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
|i ; climate is the finest and most way bone and other ammoniates will ad.
; the 'fish are caught that are not bearing in about a year after setting out, Under and in pursuance of an order of the ,
: equable the would used or shipped but allowed to remain while 'oranges.require! five years,.but the $1 or$1.50 per unfbrseen ton. to Honorable J.,B. Wall,judge of the 6th judicial -
Unless something happens -
Y> oranges are the most profitable when in circuit state of Florida,acting in the stead
Etr"; '_ THE.New: York :Press makes the on the shore, while the'small- bearing make a cheaper freight rate, it is also of the judge of the 7th judicial circuit of
5 ':;'' ness of the mesh in such seines includes Fruit the islands not likely that the prices of potash goods Florida,who was disqualified to act in said
| on are
statement But for the growers
: :
advance. Our issued March 23rd, A. D. 1900, will
the catching of fish too little may freights,are cause we
t' troubled Dy frosts, but by the tariff which
fact't1 rthe'mal heir in the
royal fl'to $1.50 ton more than, they werea sell at public outcryin.. front of the courthouse
-r: for food which allowedto the fruits of Cali- per
was to put on
, .t--,: lineage of Victoria is preferred to s fornia and Florida protect year ago, and even at this advance, door at Titusville,,Florida, to the highest -
and reach amounting to about
; escape maturity. and best bidder for cash, during the legal
the female heir Emperor William freight room is hard to secure. .
This special act cannot be passed $1.50 a barrel, or 70 cents a box, which is hours of sale, upon the first Monday in March,
Acid is to remain
of Germany would be the natural tough-on the' in those islands. phosphate very likely '
growers A. D. 1901, the same being the 4th day of the;
f|;:> S heir to the',throne of England. He too soon ,for,the, welfare of the In- ,There is also another serious obstacleto about where it is. In this case the high month, for partition alFlhe following described

|p-' is,the sonof a child of Queen Vic dian river as a tourist resort or for success there. While the orange,trees ocean freight has worked in our favor real estate in Brevard county, Florida, to- {
11 i the protection of the fishermen of the West India islands have a bearing and kept the prices down. If the foreign wit: The south 28 acres of lot 1, section W,.
|{/:, toria who is older than the Prince themselves, for the present practiceof season from early fall until about the freights were on a normal basis, the export township 35 south, range 40 east.

f of Wales. Still, if'the male heir seines'will ruin middle of February, the last six weeks of of phosphate, with the increased G.S.TPCKEB,
not 'Vili _soon home demand, would advance the price
were preferred Emperor that time they cannot compete in our L.PAINE,
the fishermen's business well
liam's mother would never have as as markets with the fruit from ,Florida and considerably, but with the high ocean Commissioners. a;

: been wedded to an heir to the Prussian drive away those who come here California,which begins to come in dur

e throne.: Kingdoms are not each winter for the sport of rod ing December, and bas the advantage of -2
and reel. being free from tariff. Thus the trees ?
., '_ combined nowadays; the people of ... are still heavily laden with fruit.If idn
--- --I y Diseases
8: 'V each h veJrmbles'of their own. 1
readily do.weeds.
Co-operative Housekeeping.Many grow so I CUllED THAT HAD h
They spring !up in a..night and require pronounced Incurable o IM
f THERE is a delightful junket schemes, more. or less almost constant effort to keep them down.It r.-G"*A. Stillson s.i .

;; :- ahead for about three eminent plausible, for living at very small takes a long pocketbook to care for an TampicoIIl.writeH FO merchint-ot LEY'S jni V

"' Americans who stand well with expense.and yet securing an ample orange grove from the time it is set out &,- CURE is meeting with KIDNEY fjt
of wholesome food until it is in bearing condition and the wonderful *uc- md
have cess. It
the A supply t and ,:has cured _
Administration. "special fruit be
can the market
:been put upon ; | that physicians bo
embassy" is to be sent to London I presented. There is no chance for men of limited r ote proaoaacedeincarabic. int
.., rity.I. myself ,
In fact the am able
'as.the cheap-living problemhas capital in growing There to testify to
if/: representative of the Presiu sugar cane. are merits its md
My ''
::., dent of the United States at the for some time past been. the small planters who grow it and sell to j and how It* picture,. of health face to day *I- a Jiving it

'" subject of much discussion. Someof richer neighbors, but the price paid is Cure and jour Kidney b
J: :, coronation of King Edward. A teeth has made it 1cd
not such auch I had sufferf
the estimates of the as to give them much above 4- mo
necessary wentY-6eVCtl
: Special embassy was sent to the bare subsistence. among yeah( wlth the .
%:,.'.. :5- coronation of the Czar, and also, expense of adequate' )' food supplyare Many have bought land and grown At to any ease. and to day I feel ten years d Pf

>.'.;,:' one-to' attend the. Jubilee ofthelate' absurd and'n' shown to beso'witho'ut good crops, and then failed to find a Much as b.can to younger than t dieS one yen a---0-. r '

i ,'- Queen Victoria The latter, : actual experiment. But profit because they were so situated that .e CJf life sates obtainsome of its wOnderful cettifi- t yhanges

: it will be recalled, consisted of there are others which are entirely they had not good shipping facilities. In fact that and b medical qua1iti +
Hon.Vhltelw: reasonable and have doubtless this the growing of cocoanuts seems to
; Reid AdmiralMiller
I offer the best chance
as it is all done
M- and Gferi. Miles. It would proved to no
I near the coast, but it takes
-f.(r L be safe.t ,wager,1, however; that small number of ers'ons. An in and working before they years'waiting comes BANNER SALVE is the Creat Healer.
Gen. Milewill be of the teresting experiment in this line i into bearing. I '
l p 77' not next B. R. WILSON & SON.
'E;&: party.K I being made co-operative family Of San Domingo he could not say I

association at Longwood, Ill., .a much, as he was not familiar with it, but JAMES PBITCHAKD. President. W.M. BROWN Vice-President. C. 8CHUTLEE, Caahier.
'"** suburb the government there is uncertain sub
: of Chicago. ,
f\ THE fact that Verdi the
great :
1\1. composer of. ing for three monthsarid is said t
I must have been completely filled mercial development very ,crude. Shipping .
||' ;'- with the most sublime harmonies have been remarkably successful. facilities are likely to be unsatisfac-

should request that there be nmusic o The plan was proposed by Mrs. tory from the fruit grower's standpoint. Depository. 1

at his funeral seems to belittle a Thomas Chambers' ,' who is. highly There is no opportunity in Cuba for Authorized Capital$100,000. -
&{ gratified at its results. one with limited capital to engage in to-
queer. It is said that in his bacco Paid up Capital, $ 25,000.
It has been of
growing. the
4 younger days he suffered a great One of her main objects was to staple product of the island for many Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSAOTS .-...$

'i( ,. rebuff. He made application for lighten the tasks of women who years, and all the good tobacco land is A
cannot afford to keep servants and taken. It has been cultivated
H > admission to the 'Milan conservatory for years
',..-and the director in charge, she claims to have accomplishedthis and has a well established value, which General Banking Business.

: even more completely than varies very much even on plantations not
Francesco who
Basily, was accounted she had far,distant from each other. Owing to Largest and Oldest -
expected. An expert di-
a master of music after the of the soil and'the '
quality Bank
produc- the River.
rector ,of'the work in the kitchen )
making an examination of Verdi, tion, one may be called worth $-10 an
and dining room is employed and Exchange Bought and Sold on
sent the young man away on the acre and another actually worth $400.
plea that he revealed. no musical under his supervision the women The Santa Clara district is called the best all Foreign Countries.

aptitude. Such a statement seemswonderful work in rotation very satisfactorily. in the island. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
a. : Mrs. Chambers gives the follow To conclude, Mr. Swett said that "the polite treatment and every favor consistent
and difficult to believe with
S conservative banking granted.COBBESPONDENTS .
investor is that has
lucky one no money
' Now Verdi is iminortal.-Basily is ing figures, which she says are locked up in Cuban lands." With this :

F hardly ever heard of. based on experience carefully opinion we agree, but "distance lends en Seaboard National Bank of New York,

..,...-- .. noted: chantment to the view," and those who | and National Bank of Jacksonville.

; : Today Is Arbor Cost for single meals (average), would not put out one dollar to help .

: Day. 11 cents; cot per day for one person build up an enterprise in their own town TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ;

; Today, Friday; Feb. 1st, has 33 cents; cost of a family o fare ready to invest in Kansas, Alabamaor

been set apart as Arbor day.' On j three fur three months, $92.10; 'ex story.-American Porto Rico, if Cultivator.someone tells a fine i>>>
this occasion we hope to see the penditure for servants per month,

teachers, children and of 856 rental of j
patrons ; dining room and ANOTHER WORD TO TIlE LADIES.

our public school, and the good kitchen per month, $20; total cost Editor of The Florida Star: RNew Rival," "Leader "Repeater."f

; people of Titusville, all take an in- I per month for 50 persons, $550. We understand there are still a few ladies
in Titusville and vicinity who did not take : J
terest and plant out some nice The Longwood association has advantage of our recent offer to send an elegant .1

shade trees on our school lot'which since its silver-plated sugar shell absolutely free
grown considerably
organ- of charge to any married lady who simply WINCHESTER
/ contains our new school building.t ization and expects to become still asked for it; so we will renew the offer for a

will not only speak well of us as larger. short at forty-five time only cents We each.sell these Retail shells jewelers regularly ask- I 3 J Ji

S- a community, but in a few years Co-operative housekeeping seems fifty to seventy-five cents for such goods.

wr;:,' will be a constant reminder of the to be a perfectly practical plan of They high grade are exquisitely silver.plate.beautiful To farther creations advertiseour in i Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells. j

t t:1-S;; :: '. efforts so well put forth in the first economy, and we have no doubt ware we will send one, postpaid, to every 1
r&$, -:::. year of the new century. that the married lady who has not received one. This "New Rival" loaded '
: Longwood association will announcement should be cat oaf and returnedto with Black powders. "Leader"and ::7
ft!- -, The quick growing China trees have imitators. as with your request. This is important. '
Also please enclose a stamp or two to help pay "Repeater" loaded with SmokelesS- powders. lnsis '
ilt:, will soon give shade for the children -- - - -.. cost of mailing. "

Ii; : in the warmer months, someJ SENATOR TOWNE, of Minnesota, QUAKES VALLEY MVo Co., upon having them, take no others, and you will get the 3

t-:. 'magnolia.and orange,trees to counteract presided over the senate for a short Morgan and Harrison streets Chicago. best shells that money can buy. "1

,' the effect of, the naked limbs time the other day. Senator Ma- NOTICEOf .

ti'otthephlna'; trees_ in winter are son wrote him'a note of congratulation Intention to Apply For Speelall.eJli- ALL DEALERS KEEP .1

:" .;: also,necessary, while the tropical uponhis selection as presiding Notice is hereby given lation.that the undersigned

-' ', ,palmetto and. palms would soon officer. Senator Towne wrote intend to introduce a bill into the legislatureof THEM.'j

is make'an:attractive landscape back:' "I am ,now satisfied. One the State of Florida to meet on the second
I day of April, A. D. 1901, to prohibit the catch
The: school building is now located term as member of.the :'house of ing or taking of fish with haul seines or dragnets :

'on' the'most'prominent thoroughfare :j representatives, one month as bar and,and size to prescribe of mesh ,the for minimum other nets length, in the of Send your Job Printing to The Star Office :1:1We }

of our town; we shoulduse United States senator, and one waters of the Indian and Banana rivers and

every endeavor to make_ it look I minute as acting vice president. sound Banana and creek.their and tributaries the at., in Lade Brevard river and and

= ."beautiful and 'attractive. Now' is This is, indeed. -a brief but brilliant Dade counties. ,

.:: : ,- 4)je) accepted time, will we do it? career. ''y E.K.N.B. DDHCKT BtULKSSOff", i give you Up-to Date Printing at lowest) prices. j

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"- very popular fflQRjDA: A' .RY :1 IlL .
ThAY06ti Washington The .\\ ,
society. .
,4 >> .lar1lftub at th- engagemenit '. 'J' .. ,- '., '1' -_ .
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"-: 'WQrt. the marriage :-I ,1 : ; :: ? :
Spe till Correspondence The awl l take ", ':, : .
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:! fiii"4 01'0"", tj.1:'. t:... ..t:1; 1#atrontthe.mfddie o'l !"! T m.: table'X6. 29.Jn' Efffect' Jan. 15,' 190.1.. :. I .
w G'l' Jt rJ8. G 21).Thedeba.; Febr ; ., .. .
\I ,iiJ... r1 .lt WUJJe a notably brilliant > )
< : so mi ouND'IReal Down Read NORTH BOUND. ,
:lantes. and Ivent- ( Up) "-
i. .; indeaTthe... young women... .. ; :f .' t ;,No.18 Na93 :Nn.43 No27 o.31 No.\19 o.23 No-29 NO' NIT No.14 No.2SINo.9Is!: No.82'No.S8 No.44 :
pnerally of Washington society are an? ThfjrQ. tptWMJlcgation> has latel1 .Da.1ly Daily. Daily Dally DailyDa.il1'' Daily Daily Daily XAINLINE, SOHEDULE. Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily :' a
; |nJ flatter been the center of much social interest uHi ..... erl< !o exBn. I ex"u ex8uex8u. '
\:jii>|bachelprs'cotil-* t. r 1 -. --- - -! o.t2co.l&l,

'Ions, which are by aU odds the wbW'The' mffifsterrvigcount'de; Santo 800p '400p 3 le 200p"'J 0'. 12 p !)1OaL .:,,,.'Jacksonville .:......Ar 100p 7 p ee o .:2 121Cp 18 401) 10'Otis io : '
1"J''M Thyrso'and'tlle' been 84Opf A 3IDp op a 1'1ap10( r aAr..Sc.'Angaatine ......Lv S6Ip 625pgg t' 1I1Cal14Oa 105& : 1 t
have ,
mod n,1 1.ablef "'the oC{ }, ? --d. a 180p1055sLv,.... t.A.u ,!9tine..A1' b45p 62Up 6 m # r
entertang4liiajquis: "deMSonzatiie 4 .1 ...... Hasuns .. .. 3 ,
ts at the : 1 ) .T. ; qa ..Lv 611p .:. .. 1:;, -
rTe: national capital..: ,Usually cousin of the Na.35. &TaU Pail (D4fy) ). 0 elt':' D It) 2 114.:3a: "....;;:East PaJatka...;....: H8p 643p "i No,73F&tua: Id (Deus). -i:
7 every'Btasonr-there vjscountess and awell Makes local and car Q 1).b.m 31 100" Ormoad..... 340p 4&Pi::S' m fakes local Itops and; car .4'
series """ s
& ottliieeprfour "" < ::
-r knownsinger; nbw making a; concert resF.E.C.B y'. Bufte Parg 8231) ;l1ip ";......:,.Daytons.::.;.;..".'" 3'29P 'UJp i. .. t.o. sirs F. It c. R,. BnffetParllorOar. +
; of these : .. ; ...... : lofCar. .
dances $
'of 337p.127 .PoI1Orange..u
>> them tour iQ j HIp 2S S' "
= : Inthe" ,United,"States. An Interest- 10.29. A. 0.1.. !ipteaa (Ds'1yj D.$i _' S 14ip ". .....New.Sm +rna...;. .. 300p 356p d ti No.7',A. C. >L. Z rtll ( .
this' season! ,have already occurred, one ing feature of.the;visit was the presentation ,Faat' Train.., Btopsonlyat.+= c :::S. .. ... 25 p .........Oak Hill.._......:.. ,234p...... rt. e o Fast Train. sto 1t &flJ.1 ,
f!: Jan.8'and the o' viscountess stations shown and carries Bod, i 445p :: .;;.....Titumlle.:.:......: 201p 804p a mn stations mown and "
jon her on_Jan. 22, and by the (the two .1'. E. O. By. Buffet. Parlor ',IIS 5 l 516p 325 .. ....... 0Pc0a ;,....:..... 12'p 288pQ'C t- A.. tcs'. F. E. 0. R,. Buffet
f the .third. Is.yet to, ,come,-.the date |for. royal decorations, which'she recently 519p 336p .......Rocklede.4 llup 22'e' f Carll. .
1 a.31/r"Yozka:41onhtlm. 0 J' 643p 415 ........EauG&llie.......... 122bp a 4w 8'PNo.321rl..torhdf1crlh m: .
r 1 jwhich IsJreb..12?, and'already elaborate I broug'tr: iP Q rtnga If by the.favor,oftbesking. ttea ( &111J:=ep'KQday). .o t: r, m. : Uip U-tp ........Melbourne.......... 118p: 188po'; "A:: 1t (Dallyy) Ytolt hates).
t; -:>: preparations .- to,,present to.,,their common ,New York to at. Augustine &: ad 'J: ...... u .....;...Roseland........... .. 114.8 ...... -; k 115-3 St. Augustine to New York t aviaSouthern
are being made for It. The : : Railwa Oom to .... boip : ".... Sebastian 113-;a :. P' i' na Southern Railway. 00Jn-- i;
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cotillons areheld: at the National rifles'' 'kinsman.:; who'lln.add1tlon, ? to his rankas exclusively'of Pullman "o It ; ."..... 66SP ......:. Bt Lneie:.!:.;:..... u 1o45a .'..... Q. SR: cll1Biyel JofPullman
: marquis. and second cousin. tp the an.'. .oo e : 'l15p 605p It. ......:Fort Pierce ........ 40a 12151' mi' P e.
i armory;;"and the music Is supplied by the -- ,No. 37,rl''York ad f10rlb Spa. fl-a a a q ?. ,. 69P" ........: TibbaL.......::: .o. 1011a ;. ia afy 10. 8e IfevYork udr1oalds SJtNc1a1 -
.. '". F (Dl11k ZzmUCOubyt, l1i11 i &: GI' ..:... 6 :.:......... Eden'............. :: luOa ;?.,?... a o8a & (ta1ly XICeyt bas 1
Marine: band.: The attendance includes iII a :Sit .i.;.. ..........Jensen .......... ,100'2& ..... O w_:o S t. Augustine to NewYorkl
ii', members of thesilplotnatiC'corps via J.tlAntic Coast Line.r a ... .. 641 p ". ..........:Stuart.. .......H.'" 9 s 1a : ..! "' via Atlantic Coast Line
members Composed ezcjnsively of ... e .a a...;:.. 'lIsp ,...... Robe Sound......... D2'Ja..g.R -;v llmnOged exclusively .ot.i
of official society ,and the entire Pullman Cars. gS.s.9: :; ...... 1311' ". ...... W&.Jt Jupiter;;..... .. 9118 :..... a ,Q ih! Pullman Cars.
.ltO.. U, norib cad K.trcpoUw.o $ .c iO;:: ...... 805pAr..WestPalmBc\ch... ....." 8s.al000a.'$ + :,0. U, Z'lcrtu radetroycritra "
: list of" the season's? debutantes: which is Limited (Daily). IS t.II .8 =P: 9051' 815p .Hotel Royal Poinciana... 1& 825a 10 IDaI :0 r S t1m1tet (ball') ). n

:. an unusually long one., It la at these :.via New Seaboard York to AIr;St.sine.Augustine-Oomas a'o. a ". g3Qp 825 840p pLv..Th,... West Palm Br.akers.Beach..A....... 8 8 2 00a a ld 9 55a -; d =-; .St.J.ugustlnetoNewYorkl., I S

f' dances that the, buds appear at their gosed exclusively of Pullman "::s 1IIi: lIS<.1: ...... 905 '" ......!..Boynton.-.Lv 133&....... .OJ a:g fad....! paged exclusively .of Pullman
"JaJQ.o .... :.... .. ..... 1 gds ...... 0-= tars. ,
y.,' best. Here m'or than at any .No.0," ,C-itugo oil rlorlda Limg.& .8" O:1lh...: .. ....:. 1915p"t' .u .... Fort Lanlerdale...... 635a\.......k-a. Cj a!. lro. S3, oil" norl" '.
f. ', function in the national capital ,(Dail Y)! ,c Gl kid a .:...,10 42'p: .. ........Lem.onCitI........ .. 5S8a..u......1:8 ;;;;:; .ChCI10, ('Ii-f.'
. are Chicago to St. 'Augustine -m' .5ooSai .1115pIO- Ar.Miami.: .......... 5506 a ... sI Sr. Augustil1eto e
t. acquaintances 'made' and attachments, :da Evansville, Nashville and s R g 810a1i I Ii: ,,? via Montgomery, Nashville'Montgomery. _

'f.: formed which'result in matrimonial al Composed. ,g 9,3N" s.$8 .Ei 0.11I and Evansville.Oomposedex.
. elusively:of Pullman Oars. ifQ'; ijt.t- lIS .. 't(cd a clusivey.of Pullman Oars
' liances.: Cupid Is .at work with all, his \ lto..15L;; 'Gail Chicago 04 llorida ecW.o" 8'; ; ,' b E! =)1""' No. 16, Ckle"o ud llorlda Special>>
: ZZQej1 Ji01 Y) III 11I.8 ca 0 : "So =' '(Daily EXcept )
i wiles amid the gay.throng. The'formal 4 C ,Chicago to St: Augustine; a : aS Trains do Dot atop where time is Dot shown. :a': e giG: St. Augusti e-Sundaya
via Cincinnati; Chattanooga Ei.x: 8 a .a via Atlanta.
m 8 n
:. k receptions,.,.dinners,, teas "and ,all, that and Atlanta. Composed ex" y: it 'Mb 1 aI S:2: e: and Cincinnati. Composed f
fl. elusively of Pullman Oars. I aCw > = !( cd exclusively .of, Pullman Cars.
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4 r : "' AU trains Drily.NO. '

Y J'J'i &i .271, No.7 N.o.2 No 5 No.6 r No.8 No.2d No.51 No.40 No.47 No.45" No.42: o:48 No 48
Sun Daily Sun \Daily Daily Daily Sun 615 \ 4 HOp 1 40p 1115a,Lv... Palatka .... Ar 11 05a 12 lOp 2IDpi e.MB
i iE ii is only exSu onl7'ex ea Su only 6S5p 450p 'OOpl135aAr. Pa1..ka.Lv 10'5011500 545p64Op
i 2rxJp\\ I .
1 600p 81 5a II.v ;.Jacksonville..Ar 65Oai i 535p 600p Na41 MAN MATEO BRA NCHAll Trains Daily o.42 No.
1l5p 64sp 608p 635p 208pSa 2au 85th .So....Pablo Jacksonv1l1e.Lv Beach... 615a1500p: a27p>> 9- I Lv.. ... ........ tPalatka. ...... ... ... .Ar I ld35a I-'725pV20p -:-
: t 1. 640p 24Op1 855a ..Atlantic Beach.. 5 4 ai455p 55p.-. 10 O..a Ar..... .. ... .......,anMateo..LvFUloa_ Itep
E 1.I HOp 1Xrp 3001 915aAr .. .Mayport: .Lv 5\: .
1.i I Photo by Clinedinst, Washington.
No.11 SANFORD BRANCH AU trains daily except 8unday. INo 12..' 1 ORANGE OlTY BRANCH. No. 2 No. 4

1 I i MISS MARGARET,COOPER. 700 Lv.... .................. .Titusville ................. .. ...Ar 12.p AU trains Daily_Except. Sunday.. _
> 113& ......................... .Mims......................... 112p 4 05pllllua Lv.-............. ,New Snlyrna.. ....... .-...Ar lOOp 655p828a )
;' 1 \ reigning sovereign, is.made. a member ..........................OSteen......................... u 1151a 449p111, 21a II .............. ..Lake Helen... ...........Lv 1245p 545p
! 1i of.the Royal Geographical society and 850a( ........................Enterpris...................... 1133a 500p 113!:a .. ........... Orange City .......... b93oa
i commander of the Order of Christ. The Ar .... ................... .Sanfurd.................... ... .Lv 1100a 305p 1145a '-r... ... .. Orange City Junction.. .......' .. 1235pp: 5a>p

t:. I Insignia of the second order is a superb i PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

i cross: of rubies four inches long surmounted

., .' v' by a crown of diamonds set 311 AM UNASSAU LINE. JUA31l.HAVANA LINK. \
'a j' \? In silver. The marquis has been absent (SAILINGS EFFECTIVE Jan 16:
SAILINGS JAN. 3 to FEB. 3. 1001: Leave Miami ...
HAVANA, I Sundays and Wednesdays. .1130p
from Portugal more than a year, hence Leave Miami Mondays and Thursdays......HOOp Arrive Ha.vanaMrmflay and Thursdays.... 300p
the conferring, 'of his new honors in NASSAU, Arrive Nassau Tuesdays and Fridays ........ 3 OOp Cuba. Leave Havana Tuesdaysand Friday. ......12 Ota
Leave Nassau Wednesdays and Satirdays. 2 i)0p) l ..
Iit t I Arrive Miami Wednesdays and Saturdays: SOOa
" 'i Washington, where-he came purposelyto N.P Arrive Miami Thursdays and Sundays. ... 5 OOa
J : Ml ) UKEY WKST LlNi;.
receive them from the hand of his
'., BahamaIsland SAILINGS FEB 4 to MARCH 31: f SAILINGS EFFECTIVE Jan. 14:
:f' I cousin. I Leave Miami Mons., Weds. and Fris......... 230p KEY WEST, I l Leave Miami Mons., Weds.. and Fria .. ......11 00p :
t ti The fight, always preceding *. I Arrive Nassau TUBS., Tburs. and Sats....... OOOa < Arrive Key West Tnes., Thus and Sata..... 2'30pI
4I tt t : I l Leave Nassau Tues.,Thurs.and Sats: ........ 3 OOp Florida. I Leave Key West Tues., Thus and Sats...... SOOp '. t
i and connected with the annual meetingof Arrive Miami Wed, Fris.. and Suns....... OOOa I Arrive Miami Weds., Fris. and Suns....... 600t.
,. I the Daughters of the American

. .1[i.7J ,.- r .. _.... Revolution, which will be held here For copy of local time card address any Agent.J. .

I--- Photo by Uinedinat Washington. next,.month, is now.fairly Inaugurated P. BECKWITH Trame Manager. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. J. B. '.AHNE Ant. Gau. Pass. Agent. '

., MISS RICHARDSO5.sort the contest being for the office of president 4

? : 'of thing are more or less ,of a bore general of, the society, In which Butler called at the navy departmentthe

and are gone through 'with in a.rather the lines are are In almost'a as sharply drawnas other day with his father some one DIRECT LINE-QUICK TIME TOWASHINGTON ,
they presidential campaign.The
suggested that a fitting recognition of
perfunctory way, but at the bachelors'

,: :; cotillons; where less formality pre*.. Washington principal'A. Roebling candidates of are New Mrs.Jer- his bravery would be a brevet rank of ,
He if
: major. immediately replied that
t valls, there are real enjoyment and, sey, Mrs. Donald McLean of New York. any honors were bestowed they shouldgo BALTIMORE,

< gayety. Mrs. Charles W. Fairbanks of Indian PHILADELPHIA
to Captain Henry Leonard, who he ,
# ; Speaking of debutantes, Washingtonhas and Mrs. Nehimah.D. Sperry .of. Con.necticut. said, was the hero of tlrc fight. Wbec NEW YORK
c before seen such a charming Mrs. Fairbanks' boom was ,
never Butler fell wounded In a place exposedto Solliheril

t T array. Among ;them are two cabinet launched. If I may use the term at a the enemy's fire, Leonard ran forward CHICAGO,

: girls, Miss.Alice Hay; :the daughter i recent reception given, by Constitution picked him up and carried bin CINCINNATI,

'1 the secretary of state, 'and Miss COL- I council:! In Speaking of booms out of range, In doing so Leonard'sarm LOUISVILLE '
4 Of courseall ,
reminds me of an incident.
of the, thret was so badly shattered that it had
stance Griggs, youngest
the knows that Senator
to be amputated. He was ,
more se-
daughters of the attorney general, and Fairbanks of Indiana is being talkedof
verely wounded in fact than Butler.He ,
daughter of the chief justice Miss candidate In 1004.
as a presidential
is Junior to Butler, and If the latter CHATTANOOGA
to of the especially least would if all the ROilwflq ,
Fanny Fuller, say,nothing At it seem as should be given the brevet rank of major .

;t" attractive daughters of the country knew It because the senator's promotion in the future might MEMPHIS, :

::.l members of both branches of congress mail has grown to alarming propor come faster to him than to the officer ST. LOUIS'r

1 and also.of the permanent.residents of tions, and most of It relates to his sup whom he regards as most worthy. CITY I

Capital the'prettlest posed aspirations, with suggestions of SAUCEL HUBBABD. AND AU POINTS EAST AND WEST.KANSAS ,
i the City., Among _

s ''_ and most ,popular of these buds are

Miss Belle, Sullivan and Miss Mabel More adults die of kidney trouble than NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVIDE LIKE THIS: .

': of the Mississippi other disease When the first -
; Money; daughters any symp-

i Benatoss;'Miss Richardson, daughter,of toms of this disease appear, no time THE NEW YORK AND Ii

I. : the minority leader of the house of rep should be lost in taking Foley's Kidney

resentatives; Miss Margaret Cooper, Cure, which is guaranteed or money re-
funded. 50c. Wilson & Son. FLORIDA LIMITEDr
f'' daughter- of one ,of the congressmen t

1--!I I from Ifexas, and Miss Maud Ogan of .
'' this city. But, there are scores of others The way to avoid the imputation of The Most Luxurious Train in the World. Exclusive Pullman Equipment.
: enumerate impudence is not to be ashamed of whatwe (Daily Except Sunday.) .
and attempt
:II: them, or try why to,depict their charms? do, but never to do what we. ought to Jacksonville to New York, only 28 hrs. St. Augustine to New York, only 29 m.
:1 The smart set'' In Washington has be ashamed of.-Cicero.



; To the East and North.

lS l\ BANKRUPTinhealthconstitution .

'- undermined by extravagance THE CHICAGO AND .

\ '. : : ; in eating, by disregarding -

\ 't a. \ the laws of nature, or FLORIDA SPECIAL :

1 ; physical capital all gone, if so, (Daily except Sunday.) l

".' :! \, Superb Solid Pullman Train Through to Chicago Without Change. ,.

t NEVER DESPAIR Jacksonville to Chicago, only 31 hours. St. Augustine to Chicago, only 32 hours .
ti I .
i \\ \ \\ Tutt's Liver Pills will \
f Photo by CHr*<*tMi Wuhbgtoo.Miid For sick headache, dyspepsia, TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST.

h \ MAL1 OOAX sour stomach, malaria, torpid Through Vestibuled Trains Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Through
I Coaches, Perfect Dining Car Service on all Trams.
., support from all quarters. The other liver, constipation, biliousnessand Through Trains via Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with the
a however, the climax came in theshape
;- J day Plant System from Jacksonville.:
Jt t of a letter frdm a number of all kindred diseases.Tutt's .
\ \'- colored gentlemen In Dover, Del., asking SIDE TRIP
Liver Pillsan :
permission to organize a Fairbanks Rates, Schedules and Information, call on or address :

:? ; f fL. presidential club. The senator re- absolute cure. A. GIRARDEAU, Traveling Passenger Agent, W. T. COSBY Traveling Passenger AIII1 U .' i

-. sponded courteously to the letter, but 108 West Bay; Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.S. 1

: t.: suggested that the formation of clubs H. KARDWICK General Passenger A,ent! W. H. TAYLOE Ali't Gen. Put. Agent .
Jy i I In his behalf was a little premature. .
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Photo by Oiaedtnst-Washington. osity Is attracting much favorable m our aid. Address, f J
..,:, t.1': KISS BELLE Interest SVU.tVAlI'In the approaching comment In congressional as well as ,. Baltimore,Ud. to The Star Office.
... :' taken. an especial MisS 31ary.Con ,army and navy, circles. The hero of. Subscriptions to The Patent Record f HJO per Annan* Send your Job Printing

:: : marriage ,the: Incident Captain LSmedley. 'D. -i .

.; t Cllt.SmlibirhOiwaJ(1VIthtl Peking, e and Conger Llea I Butler, a' son Representative Butler HAIR PARKER'Sm BALSAM J ;

during .siege of Hooker of Pennsylvania. 'He ts'the"young'offi- idamiei andUgaifiei the bathPiomooa ,

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A CURRENt' tocii lIA: cey. 'OHlCS. J. T. Price Missing., BiTS .Uf ERCT I ANO- GOSSIP Titusville School.Notes. [lAnSI NEWS( AND IN mfNJS. .

J. T. Price, of this place, has been Edited by the Pupils of Titosviile ;Public, .

Mfe, Brief Mention of What, I* Going OnIn: missing since Tuesday afternoon late, Current Event, of the Present ''Week School.. Matters, of Interest
That Axe HappeningAround
when he was last seen in fishTboat at .
'Froscher sick
May last
'and About Titnirllle. Portrayed .In Brief. was Thursdayand
the Haulover canal, just as he was leaving Town.
Send watches for 'to W; M. Mr. G. of Rockledge Friday, but is back again this week.
your repairs Titusville with. southeast wind. Gingras, left Mr. R R. Gladwin came up from,Fort
-. Woodward, ,Titusville., Work guaranteed.. His boat was discovered drifting about Wednesday for Louisiana, where he expects We had a very short but pleasant visit Pierce and spent Sunday with his family -
from Miss Aleph Mims and Mr.. Lynch
Mr. R.'L. Anderson, a prominent citizen in. .Morris bay about half-way between to spend about six months. Thursday. here.- '

of Ocala, was registered at the Indian Blackpoint and the canal, with sails up, Miss Annie Paddison returned last If have
Beatrice you anything want to dispose
Hopkins was Monday. i : -
: _River, hotel yesterday. Wednesday about noon by Geo. Hunt, of week from several weeks' visit with herbroth'er.'Mr. The grippe has been' hard I of advertise it in THE STAR. Yon -;

: Mr. J. A. Hughes has recently had his Clifton, who was on his way to Titus. '. Geo. F.., Paddison,. at Eau of the, pupils.' very on some will be surprised how the returns will

schooner yacht hauled, ont. at Nelson'sways ville, in his sailboat, consequently is .Gallie.! come in.Mr. .
Parker and Professor Moon took a
for cleaning and painting. but natural to'8Oppose that Price has Mr. J. J.. Haggerty has his new sail Andrew
fallen 'overboard in deep water and is trip on the river Saturday They wentas Froscher returned from
Judge J. It.'Beggs, of Orlando, and H. drowned. One oar Js missing in the boat in the river and fully 'rigged with anew far as Cocoa and report a very pleasant Chicago Wednesday afternoon and found
suit "
C. McFarlane .Tampa : in town of sails. She is now ,carrying: time. *" it exceedingly cold for Florida
were boat, and it is veriFJj bab e that in attempting a resident 4 '
and mainsail.Mr. .
'yesterday, returning home this morning. to pole the.boat. about he fell jib ,Professor Moon was agreeably surprised in the Windy city. i

Mr. J. .Morrow, one of the employesof overboard and the boat drifted away Theo. Deyman, of Eau Gallie, arrived .- during school hours Wednesday New lines in 1901 bicycles will be received !l

.. the F..E. C. railway, stationed at New from him before he came to the surface here Tuesday night on .his sloop morning by the arrival of a package containing in.a few days by The Florida Cy

Smyrna has .been. transferred to- Fort and could catch hold'of.her. yacht, and is in town on professional' birthday presents, for which he cle company. Lighter frames, small tub-

:' ., ;Pierce;. As soon as Hunt found the boat had no business as piano uner. thanks his scholar ing will be the go this year. '

ltIrordon, Abbott, of Boston. who one on board he furled the sails, anchored Mr. Geo. F. :Miles, of St. Augustine, Owing to, the illness of Miss Bryan Mr. R. R. Pyles has purchased the '
: the boat and brought the news to was in town for an hour Wednesday .in there was no school in the kindergarten
has been at the Canaveral club house a place just opposite the Methodist church
little over two weeks,. returned north I this place. There is no telling about company with Mr. Harris, of the McFar- department Wednesday, Thursday and from Mr. C. \V. Crabb, and moved into -
I Wednesday I where Price could have fallen overboard, l land Fruit Protection company. Friday of last week But as she is again the same the first of this week.

'" as the boat may have drifted some milesin able to teach, school opened Monday
't- Everyone missed! the electric lights the intervening ten hours with sails The pastor, A. C. Sirdefield, will D. V. much to the delight the little folks. Mrs. R. M. Green, after spending f

r- 'again Sunday night Some, trouble with u p. preach next Sabbath at Hardeeville ,The little ones in Miss Bryan's room something over a month'here with her
'g the boilers: made it to shutdown 10 a. m., and at City Point at 1:30 p. m. sister, Mrs. H. J.
necessary The'wind was from the southeast, andas have a calendar. At the first of the Egger, returned to her
' f the night.i } he left the canal about sundown he are Sunday at City Point at 2:30. All month they write the month and days as i home in Opelika, Ala., Tuesday after-

: Titusville base ball nine is arranging ought to have reached home before the on a calendar. As the days pass the fair I noon.

s .for a match game of ball, with the Mel : wind died out, which was about 11 Messrs. C. C. Hammond, and D. B.Fay ones are marked,with a yellow square in Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton spent

:' bourne club to come off some time in o'clock that night After that the wind members of the Canaveral club, one corner, and cloudy ones with blue. Sunday with their intimate friends at

;February, probably on the 22nd-Wash- was from the south and southwest who have been stopping at the clubhouse The rainy days have a purple square, andif Faustina, Dr. and Mrs G. W. Holmes,
i> ington's birthday. Searching parties have ,been deferred for some time'past, returned north the forenoon was fair and the after- returning here Monday afternoon. Dr.

:. Services at the Presbyterian church until today on account of giving the body Monday afternoon. noon rainy the*first half is yellow and Houghton has not been feeling well since

..Sunday Feb.. 3rd, as follows: Sunday time to rise to the surface, which, in this Judge Baron Phillips and Colonel Stevens the last purple. If the forenoon was his arrival, but is now somewhat improved I

.., school at 9:45; preacbingat 11, subject, country, takes about three or four days.It i prominent members of the Tampa rainy the first, half of the square is pars i

"Helps and Hindrances." Evening service is the general opinion that the body bar, the former ex-judge of that Sixth pie and so on. It is remarkable how Dr. C. G. Weld, of Boston, one of the .
a will be found in Morris probably ina I circuit here in much the children be taught to ob-
: of praise at 7:15. bay, were town, thjs week in can most prominent members of the Canaveral
'direct .line from the canal to Black an important case before Circuit Judge serve. club returned
Mr. E. F. COO e 's daughter and his north Tuesday after-
point beacon. Jones in which Judge Wall, of the Sixth, noon. The doctor's
;; niece arrived here Wednesday afternoon Mr. Price had three children by his is disqualified.We OAK HILL. stay this year was
from Mich. to 'tAke the cruise exceedingly short, but of course there is a.
Lansing, first wife, three children by his second Mrs. A. M. has returned to
Bay good for
, down the coast on'the Keweenah. The are glad to see that Colonel Win- reason this, for Mrs. Weld did J
in wife, and three stepchildren belonging to field Scott Proskey is a member of Governor ard after a short visit to her parents, Mr. accompany him on this trip.
to two three
party expects get away .or,
his second wife. He was a very hardworking and Mrs. H. S. Barker. ,
-days : I but successful in business.We Jennings staff. Colonel Proskey Dr. J. Delton Fancher, general agent of .
man served with distinction on the staff of Born to Mr. and Mrs. P. L Wright, a the Foley remedies of called
The Florida Extract orks have been withhold further_remarks until they Chicago, in
Governor Bloxham, and is held ip high daughter, Monday, Jan. 21st. Mother town in
Tuesday the interest of
, :shut down for a few days in order to suspense is broken: Messrs.
esteem by.his comrades-in-arms. Colon and child both doing well. Foley & Co., and renewed ,
:: make some necessary repairs to the boiler advertising
l is
-.1 eTeachers' Proskey in but will
now Europe
: tack;etc:' ')fr. Gray the superintendent turn to Florida.The.Keweenaw. Mr. A. L. Hunt, of St. Augustine, contracts for these remedies with this

., ,expects to,start np sometime the first Examinations In June spent several days in town lately, survey paper, and, as in the past they will be '

*of the coming week. EDUCATIONAL DEPABTMENTY' .. ,. -Mr. .Cooler's",Jiew ring for.the.L, rail way. carried in stock here by Dr. Wilson' &

: .. ,Four more passenger were put on STATK OF FLORIDA, \ yacht, was out for a trial spin Tuesday I Mrs. Hester Goodrich, Mr. W. C. Son:

=\ the F. E. 0.railway this week, commencing TALLAHASSEE, Oct. I, 1900.J morning that and, notwithstanding the fact Howes and Mr. J. G. Dyall each had the The launch Lady May carried a party I

i Monday the two through sleepers! In consequence of the numerous requests two small 6-horse power motors are really misfortune to lose a horse last week. of ten from this place to Rockledge and .
; very power for a boat of that size,
i from Jacksonville to Miami, and south- received, the following list is issued -, she Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Day .arrived return Saturday. The following young
speeded The
verytiicely. I
: .. Abound,'train 23; arriving at 12.05 p. m, for the benefit of those interested: is an Indian up word indigenous to Michigan name- here on the 24th from their home in Sey folks were in the party: Misses Gertrude
, ..and northbound train 28, arriving at 5:30p. List of texts (with publishers and and means rocky shores or bluffs. mour, Conn., and will spend the winter Ives Parker, Aline Brady, Aleph Mims, Mollie

:'. m. Corrected schedule showing these prices) upon which questions for examinations here and at Rockledge. Mr. Day has Florence Vanlandingham, and

, trains will appear on page 3 next week. will be based: We have received-some very fine viewsof fine groves,at both places. Messrs. Bert Ives, R. E. Mims, Jr., R. L.
Orthography-Reed's Word Lessons, Indian River at this place, and of Ti Moon, W. B. Lynch, T. B. Hicks and
Mr. W. M. Woodward has his new sailboat tusville taken Mrs. A. C. Friescke, after spending '
by A. C. Scrimgeour Major Taylor.
25 cents; Maynard, Merrill & Co., New ,
ready for,launching and will proba I York. of Brooklyn, while here in Decemberlast several weeks with Mrs. J. S. Gaines, has
bly take a trial spin the first of the com that are highly appreciated.Mr. returned to her home in Floral Bluff. Mr. W. A. Farmer came up Tuesday to i

ing week.. The new boat is 16 feet over Reading. -Any standard reader will Scrimgeour's very work as an amateur She seemed.much benefited by her stay see about movingto Fort Pierce, where he t

all, about six feet beam. She ia a skip answer.CompositionSwinton's New speaks for itself, and would, indeed, in our midst, and we hope the improve is engaged as manager for Mr. G. W. I }
jack model with sprung keel, balance creditable to professionals in bee ment may be lasting.Mr. Scobie's branch fishing business. Many
carries and mainsail 32 cents; American Book Co., Atlanta or many here will regret Mrs. Farmer's
rudder, a jib of r i leaving, ,
New York. art. G. M. Allen who left here in .
I but, of course it will be
pretty fair size, and the general verdict much pleasanter
seems to be that she will turn out fast. Arithmetic-Milne's Standard,65 cents County Surveyor Fries has arrived home June, '99, and has since circumnavigatedAfrica for her to be with her husband. Mrs.

; American Book company. from his trip to Dade county where he visiting the scenes of the South Fanner expects to rejoin her husband in
Mr. D. S. Hutchinson arrived here English Grammar-Metcalf's, 60 cents; went with Messrs. Waller and McCartyto African war, is at home again for a visit about two weeks.

from New Smyrna with his houseboatSaturday American Book company. investigate securing rock for our coon of several weeks before returning to his 1-1

afternoon. He has with him U. S. History Field's Grammar ty roads. Mr. Fries informs us that the work at Pablo Beach, which he left on Late news has been received here from

now Messrs. Stanley Curtis, of East Providence School, $1; American Book company. article on this subject as appeared in THE account of illness. Colorado Springs to the effect that Mr. -

R. I., and Thomas J. Paterson, Florida History-Greene's, $1.25, Williams STAR last week was correct. The committee H. Q. Hawley, formerly a resident of i 1 ,
-of Blanchester, Ohio, who will Titusville, who was so terribly mangled J
accompany Wilkins & Co Baltimore; oFairbanks' r of three will present their report
him down the river on a cruise. Mr. $1.25, H. & W. B. Drew company to the county commissioners at the Feb New Fish Bill. by the explosion of dynamite, is resting '
Hutchinson went to Orlando this week to easy. He has been conscious at all times
Jacksonville. meeting next
ruary Monday. : The following is the text of the new iJ
with his Messrs. since the accident, even when his ,
consult .
attorneys, Beggs eyes
Geography Redway's Natural Ad fish bill be introduced before
We are informed that Mr. G. F. Du- proposed
& Palmer, in regard to his suit at law,, were being taken out and his limbs am- .. <
vanced American Book
$1.25; the at its next session in
company. ren's horse was killed Tuesday by one of legislature April: His g
which will come up for a hearing at the Steele's putated. many friends all along the I,
Physiology Hygienic, $1; the trains on the F. E. C. railway, probably AN ACT for the Protection and Preservationof east coast from
April term of the circuit court for thiscounty. Daytona to Jupiter will (
American Book company.. the midnight train. The animalwas Food Fishes, to Prohibit the Catching or deeply regret his misfortune. :
Civil Government Townsend's Shorter killed on the curve of the track in Taking of Fish with Seines or Drag Nets, i,t'
Course, 72 cents; American Book company North Titusville and to Prescribe the Minimum Length of 4,
New Postmaster.Mr. just beyond the Norwood Bar and Size of Mesh for Other Nets, in Card of Thanks. 1t
residence. Mr. Duren says that the horseis the Waters of the Indian River, the Banana -
J. T. Bassett received his commission Algebra-White's School, $1; American greatly missed on account of the long River and Creek, the St. Lucie River I take this method of expressing my ';

" from Washington as postmaster Book company. number of years he has owned it, so that and Sound, and Their Tributaries. in Bre sincere thanks to my kind neighbors and "

Wednesday afternoon. Yesterday being Physical Geography-Houstoun's New, he had become greatly attached to it. vard It Enacted and Dade by Counties.Be the Legislature of the State friends who so tenderly cared for my be- ;:f

the last day of the month he made a $1.25; Eldredge & Bro., Philadelphia. of Florida: loved husband in the days of his last illness -
formal demand for the office and apputenancea rTheory and Practice-Arnold's Way- Mr. C. Bouknight has decided to move Section 1. From and after the passage and and have since proved their deep ,J.

The bondsmen of the late R. marks for Teachers (Branson's edition), his family from here to South Carolina, approval by the governor of this act, it shall sympathy for me in my recent and sore
and he left Monday for that state to make be unlawful for or to takeor 1
any person persons
C. Scrirageour, who.hold the responsibil[ $1, Southern School Book Depository, for home in catch in the waters of the Indian river, bereavement by many and innumerable r
ity of the position (Mrs. Scrimgeour fill Atlanta; and "Report of the Committeeof arrangements a one of the the Banana river and creek, the St. Lucie acts of kindness. These expressions of ;
little that 4,
ing the position of acting postmaster) Twelve on Rural Schools," 25 cents growing towns in state. bIr s. river and sound, and their tributaries said love, both for myself and departed husband

first requested that a postoffice inspectorbe per.copy, less if ordered in large quanti Bouknight Blanche, will and remain her here daughter for three, Miss partly waters in being Dade situated county partly, any in fish Brevard with haul and will always be cherished by me as i!
called to check up the accounts of the ties. Irwin Shepard, secretary, Winona, four weeks. The Bouknight seines or drag nets, and it shall be unlawfulto bright and happy moments and have gone
office before turning over to the new Wis, boarding use any drag nets or haul seines in said far toward relieving my heart of that
house has been leased
by Mrs. Gould 1
postmaster, but yesterday afternoon concluded All examinations will be tested on both] waters. anguish which necessarily follows in the
who will run it in connection with her Sec. 2. It shall be unlawful for any personor "
to waive'that and turn over the Waymarks and Report of Twelve. present'boarding house. persons to catch any fish in any of the wake of a great and sore trial.

office to the new incumbent. The officeis WM. N. SHEATS, above waters, with any net (nets for catchingbait MBS. A. TREUTLEB. "i
now located in the bank building, Mr. State Supt. of Public Instruction. The fine cat-boat Isabel, purchased last! and cast nets excepted), the meshes of Eau Gallie, Fla., Jan. 29th, 1901 '
Bassett having secured,the same room winter by Mr. G. de G. Schuyler from E. which shall be less than three and one half
inches, that is to say, which shall have a bar
and fixtures formerly used by Mr. Jones. THE WHITE STORE. B. Wager, is now the property of her of less than one and three-ga2t'ter inches. For the weakness and prostration following .

His assistant will be Mrs. Jessie Norton. former owner again. This is one of the Sec. 3. Any person or persons violatingany grippe there is nothing so prompt .
We guarantee better goods for less latest models put out by that well-know n of the provisions of this act, shall, upon and effective as One Minute Cough Cure. I j I ;:

SUGAR MILL FOR SALE. money than any house. in the county. firm of boat builders, Bessey Bros. Mr. conviction, be punished by the imposition of This preparation is highly endorsed as an ,t t
W. J. CRAYFORD. the in the law in
penalty prescribed general
unfailing remedy for all throat and
.. Schuyler having decided to take four lung
With evaporating pan, suitable for a force at the time the offence is committed .
troubles and its
years' course in medicine and in regulating the catching or taking of fish in early use prevents con '., .
farm of.100. to 200!.)( acres. Apply to ; surgery
I extract teeth without sumption. It made
can now positively was to
the waters of the state of Florida. I quickly.
H. J. TIFFIN, came to the conclusion that :' .
pain by a new preparationrecently See. 4 All laws and parts of laws in con Wilson & Son. .
Courtenay, Fla. i he did not need the boat. The editor
obtained. ,Price $1.00, without this flict herewith in so far as they apply to the '
will soon have the boat in fine shape above named waters be and the same are EGGS FOB SALE.
WANTED. means 50 eta. Remember that I am.well. again. hereby repealed.Sec. .

Pore, dark, saw-palmetto berry strained : equipped for business, and can do all 5. This act shall take effect upon its From the following strains: Light Brah-

x honey, in ten gallon lots, or by the barjel. manner of dental work in the very best Recent experiments show that all passage and approval by the governor. mas, Cuban and Indian Games. Will

Quote cash price. manner.. M. D. .L. DODSOX. classes of foods may be completely digested sell bans a trio of Brahmas at $3.50' ; five Cu-

DIXON SAw-Pasxsrro MEDICINE: Co., I > by a preparation called KodolDyspepsia Millions of people! are familiar withDeWitt's $10.00. I.
Titusville, Fla. BOAT FOR SALE. Cure, which absolutely digests Little Early: Risers, and those Jos. A. COLLINS,

I Nearly flat-bottomed cat boat, about 20 what you eat. As it is the only combination who use them find them to be famous Titusville, Fla. :'

"I: W..HABPER" is the "'Gold Medal" feet long, thoroughly overhauled and rebuilt of all the natural digestants ever little liver pills. Never gripe. Wilson & FOB 't
the demand for it SALE. '
devised has
become Son. :
whiskey of the world. Highest awards
with new sail just the boat for.
It has never failed to Second hand
Paris 1900 1893 New Orleans enormous. cure surveyor's transit with
at ; Chicago, ; : .
the Indian river. Can be GASOLINE ENGIN..ES.Illustrated
1885.' Unbeaten ,and unbeatable! cruising. seen the very worst cases of indigestion and tripod. Would exchange for camera. '..
,Sold by R. L. Motlow and ,Fred. LosleTitusvilie. ,'! at this place.. Address S., 'care STAB it always', gives instant relief. Wilson & folder free. Address W. ]P. For further particulars address G., STAR

j office. v Son J UNDERWOOD, Agt, Roseland, Fla. office, THttsrille. _

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iII1" =THE ELOBIDA STAB' ;Special Legislation For Fish :" ''---r;' ",' : ,
." 8fAi I THuu U Tui TTE3.
S 8* _}fc d* : eve'desire& to&,calTthe S &k attention A't of .

Entered'second-class attbe postoffice mail atTitnarille as the, people of both :Brevard ,and There.I.'No Chance For.Limited Capital
4 Dade: counties thus week;to the no- In. the West Indies. .

Ellis BrW cer, dltor and Publisher.UBLIBHED tice, published:in another column,' Mr C. W Swett, the former-treasurer P0W0II

|hat is given ,by ,Senator Dimick of the'Boston Fruit company, no\ ;absorbed .

EYEBT FBIDAY MOBNING.SUBSCKIPCTON and Representative Raulerson; to by the United _States Fruit 'company

the effect that intend introduce 'baa been a frequent visitor to the
they to and wholesome
81JSO,PER ANNUM; West India Islands and Central America, Makes the food more del's .
75 CENTS FOB SIX MONTHS.' a, bill into the, legislature t
and ,he : to
r recently gave an interview, ,a OYAl fcMO*peocseo.itwwIL, '
fir.F in April to, prohibit :the catching reporter of the Lewiston Journal, in S
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Idrertltlnjc;Bates on
." .. Application .' or .taking'of fish with haul seines whichrheeo well corroborates w hat.we '

or.drag nets in, the waters of .Indian have heard from other sources, perhaps Prices Still Advancing., freights. the, shipments of phosphate ?'
It most be tJLr understood that neither less-well informed, but quite :as positive abroad are reduced, so that the increased
Banana and St. Lucie rivers
1 Tax"STAB nor" its editor is responsible foropinionp ; in their ..assertions,' that, we will give The outlook for cheaper fertilizing lira demand for home consumption keeps the:,
expressed,by Correspondents-, and their tributaries, ,and also to, place to some of his statements. terials during this season'is'exceedingly phosphate business in a healthy condi- '

,- Subscribers will-'confer_ a favor'on, THE prescribe- the minimum,,length of "Cuba,, is no place< for the poor 'man, gloomy, as reports fronf all ,over the country tion, but does not increase their total

: STAB if they will notify. ,03 of any failure to bar and size of.mesh for other nets. and Porto not much better.. In show an increased demand over the tonnage so that they can not supply the-
reeeive'theirtpaper. :It will 'be. remembered that a' Jamaicawhere the United States; Fruit previous year. The high prices of cotton demand without taxing their capacity.

t 4. resolution for-such company has large plantations of bananas, last year has .stimulated an' increased Cotton seed meal which took such a.
asking special
f .MB. HABMSWOBTH, the London I oranges, cocoanuts, pimento and "'other: acreage and carries, with it an increased; rapid advance during the fall reached its-
introduced and
: editor has:struck'the south at.just legislation was tropical products, there may be a better demand for fertilizer. There is also a high water mark and has been at a standstill .

the'right time to learn what glorious adopted ,before the county convention show; but even there the chances are all large call throughout Louisiana for sugar for some time. ,It is expected, how ,
at Cocoa in ,August last and cane fertilizer and in other states for beet that it will advance
y winter weather have"in : in favor of the small investor coining out ever, slightly during
r There is also increased demand -
fertilizer. an
this is the toward the twoor three months.
i initiatory step the small end of the born. I Manyof
.._ this section of the United States for fertilizers for general crops. the cotton farmers made mistake
securing the requested special legislation When a man goes to Jamaica to engage :
m i<; There isn't anything, on ,the whole .- in fruit growing, he will have to pay any Putting all together the Increase has_ severely Belling their seed at a high price, antI are

: ; continent, 'of :Europe, to, equal "it. where from $ $250 per acre for suit- taxed ,the supply, so ranch that now having to pay even higher prices for '
The of
,use parts have been advancing
We in &Y ,have a few'unpleasant many able land, and to grow oranges success- prices their fertilizers and fertilizing materials..
of our river is fast depleting the and the prospects are.that before the end
must have at least -Florida Agriculturist.
days during the whole season but fully a man 500 acres
of March the south's fertilizereeasqn'
t '{ all in all Florida supply of fish, and wantonly. too, of land.' Pineapples easier to get un- spring!
taking'the/winter blood
such articles
as high,grade
because these .vast hauls tons of der way than oranges as they come into COMMISSIONER'S SALE
climate is finest and most and and other ammoniates will advance
the bone ,
F ,
the fish are caught that are not bearing in about a year after getting out Under and in pursuance of an order of the*

d : equable:in the world, us d'or' shipped! but allowed to remain while I oranges,require five years,.but the $1 or$1.50 per'ton. Honorable J. B. Wall,judge of the 6th judicial -
unforseen to
r oranges are' the most profitable when in Unless something happens circuit, state of Florida,acting in the steadof
THE,New York Press makes the' on the shore, while.the small- bearing: make a cheaper freight rate, it is also the judge of the 7th judicial circuit of

ness of the mesh in such seines in- Fruit growers on the islands are not likely that the prices of potash goods Florida, who was disqualified to act in said
following statement But for the
: cludes the catching of fish too little troubled by frosts, but by the tariff whichwas may advance. Our freights are now from cause, issued March 23rd, A. D. J900, we will a
fact that the male heir in the'rayal than sell at public .in front of the
ton courthouse
$1 to $1.50 per more they werea
for food which should be allowedto put on to protect the fruits of California -
lineage of Victoria is 'preferred to and Florida year ago, and even at this advance, door at Titusville, Florida, to the highest .
escape and reachmaturity.This amounting to about is hard and best bidder for cash, during the legal
the female heir William freight room to secure. .
Emperor $1.50 a barrel], or 70 cents a box, which is
special act cannot be hours of sale upon the first Monday in March
r: : of Germany would be' the natural tough on the growers in those islands. Acid phosphate is very likely to remain A. D. 1901, the same being the 4th day of the
soon for the welfare of the In- about where it is. In this the
heir to the throne of England. He There is also another serious obstacleto case high month, for partition alFthe following described
t dian river as a tourist resort or for ocean freight has worked in our favor real estate in Brevard Florida
S'. is the son of a child of Queen Vic- success there. While the orange trees county, to-
the protection of .the fishermen of the West India islands have a bearing and kept the prices down. If the foreign wit The south 28 acres of lot 1, section 15,.
; -.' toria who is older than the Prince themselves for the season from early fall until about the freights were on a normal basis, the export township 35 south range 40 east.
present practiceof
>" of Wales. Still, if-the male heir seines will ruin middle of February, the last six weeks of of phosphate, with the increased G. S.TTCKEB,
hauling E. C.SUMMERLIN,
.1:' soon home demand would advance the
; > were not preferred Emperor Wil that time price
the fishermen's business well they cannot compete in our THOMAS L.PAINE,
:'-:," liam's mother would never have as as markets with the fruit from Florida and considerably, but with the high ocean Commissioners.KIS59Lpl8eae8 .

(. been wedded to an heir to the Prussian drive away those who come here California,which begins to come in dur-

; :r, .. throne. Kingdoms are not each winter for the sport of rod ing December, and has the advantage of
and reel. being free from tariff. Thus the trees
J combined nowadays; the people of ..,.. are still heavily laden with fruit.
:. each h troubles of their po
. own.
Co-operative Housekeeping If fruits grow readily there so do weeds. 1 CURED THAT HAD h
js. S They spring up in a night and require pronouncedlncurabte 0 I
: THERE is a delightful junket Many schemes, more. or less almost constant effort to keep them down.It 0-. A." Stillson StMrc .

ahead for about three eminent plausible, for living at very small takes a long pocketbook to care for an Tampico.lJJ.writeli FOLEY.S, a mercha.nt-of fn

j V Americans who'stand well with expense and yet securing an ample orange grove from the time it is set out I- CURE is meeting with KIDNEY f1
until it is in wonderful
supply of wholesome food have bearing condition and the I cess. .has auc rot
the administration. A t and J! Cured some
; fruit can be put upon the market. that physlclaus capronounced : here bo
:.i- embassy" is to be sent to London been presented.In There is no chance for men of limited ole I, incurable. in
[('J as the representative of the Presi-, fact, the cheap-living problemhas capital in growing sugar cane. There are rity. merits. ant able to testify to its m

: dent of the United States at the for some time past been the small planters who grow it and sell to t ;and how-It picture,' of My health face to day is a'Jiviag it

;: coronation of King Edward. A subject of much discussion. Someof richer neighbors, but the price paid is teeth Cure has made it and 'our Kidne b
not such as to give them much above such I bad
estimates of the necessary -=d twentY-6eVen r mo
f- ,special embassy was sent to the bare subsistence. among 1ea"tb the
expense of. adequate food supplyare nt to ease, and to dies Pf
: coronation of the Czar, and also Many have bought land and any day I teel' ten ,
.... absurd and be grown ouch younger than Years
can shown to be as to I did
one to attend the jubilee ofjthe good crops, and then failed to find a can one year a g' I I
obtain t F
:.:',' late Queen -Victoria.The latter, so without actual experiment. But profit because they were so situated that e angea of life 1m- etc of its: some wOnderful certifi. t

; it will ,be recalled, consisted o freasonable there others which are entirely they had not good shipping facilities. In fact that and b medical qualitiet.-'
and have doubtless this the growing of cocoanuts seems to
f, Hon. Whitelaw Reid Admiral ,.
beneficial offer the best chance, as it is all done
practically to
Miller, and Gen Miles. It would
near the coast, but it takes
I be safe small number of 'persons. An in seven years'waiting BANNER SALVE is the Creat Healer.
I to 'wager, however, that and working before they comes
it'. Gen. Miles will not, be of the next teresting experiment in this line i into bearing. B. R. WILSON & SON.

i+Y "J part. being made by co-operative family Of San Domingo he could not say ,

q .. ... association at ongwood, Ill., ,a much, as he was not familiar with it, but JAMES
PHITCHAKD. President. W.It. BROWN Vice-Preeident. C.8. 8CHT7YLEB, Cashier.
suburb of Chicago. the government there is uncertain, sub-
r : THE fact that Verdi the

composer of opera, and whose, great soul The association has been operating ject generally to sudden are ignorant revolutions., and The the people commercial INDIAN RIVER STATE

k must have been completely filled for three months and is said to development very .crude. Shipping BANKI.Y

with the most sublime harmonies, have been remarkably successful.The facilities are likely to be unsatisfac-

should request that there be no plan was proposed by Mrs. tory from the fruit grower's standpoint. County Depository. p

4S Thomas Chambers, who is highly These is no opportunity in Cuba for Authorized '
music at his funeral seems to be a Capital,$100,000. f

little queer. It is said that in his, gratified at its results. one with limited capital It has to been engage in tobacco Paid up Capital, $ 25,000. I
growing. the
younger days he suffered a great One of her main objects was to staple product of the island one for many Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS .. ,

rebuff. He made application foradmission lighten the tasks of women who years, and all the good tobacco land is A

A ,. to the Milan conservatory cannot afford to keep servants, and taken. It has been cultivated for years I

' .and the director in charge, she claims to have accomplishedthis and has a well established value, which I General Banking Business.

1f S even more completely than varies very much even on plantations not
. Francesco Basily, who was accounted Largest and Oldest Ii
she had far distant from each other. Owing to -
expected. An director
' expert
;* a master of music after the of the soil and'the
quality production Bank on the River. !
.of the work in the kitchen
r' making an examination of Verdi, one may be called worth $40 an
! ; sent the young, man away on the and dining room is employed and acre and another actually worth $400. Exchange Bought and Sold on .;v
plea that he revealed no musical under his supervision tEe women The Santa Clara district is called the best all Foreign Countries. '

r aptitude. Such a statement seems work in rotation very satisfactorily. in the island. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, :.
6-t Mrs. Chambers gives the follow To conclude, Mr. Swett said that "the polite treatment and every favor consistent ::
' ? wonderful and difficult to believe. with conservative banking granted.COBBESPONDENTS .
lucky investor is that has
one no money
b'" Now Verdi is immortal.Basily i is ing figures, which she says are locked up in Cuban lands." With this :

'i :. hardly ever heard of.Today based on experience carefully opinion we agree, but "distance lends enchantment Seaboard and National National Bank Bank of Jacksonville.of New York

wwJw.. noted: to the view," and those who -

: Is Arbor Cost for single meals (average), would not put out one dollar to help -,

Day. 11 cents; cot per day for one per build up an enterprise in their own town TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

k Today, Friday, Feb. 1st, hasbeen son, 33 cents; cost of.a family o fare ready to invest in Kansas, Alabamaor

:. 4 set apart as Arbor day.' On three for three months, $92.10; 'expenditure story.Porto-American Rico, if Cultivator.someone tells a fine 1.

this occasion we ,hope to see the for servants per month,

teachers, children and patrons of $56; rental of dining room and ANOTHER WORD TO TIIE LADIES. .

our public school, and the,good kitchen per month, $20; total cost Editor of The Florida Star: 'New Rival," "Leader," "Repeater."

:, people of Titusville, all take an interest per month for 50 $550. We understand there are still a few ladies f
in Titusville and vicinity who did not take .
,! b- and plant out some nice The Longwood association has advantage of our recent offer to send an elegant
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shade trees on our school lot which silver-plated sugar shell absolutely free '
considerably its
grown organ of charge to any married lady who simply WINCHESTER
,. :-- "f contains our new school building. ization and expects to become still asked for it; so we will renew the offer for a

;- .. [t will not only speak well of us asa larger. short time only. We sell these shells regularly I 5 :t
at forty-five cents each. Retail jewelers ask .5 l'
,.;' community, but in a few yearswill Co-operative housekeeping seemsto fifty to seventy-five cents for such goods. .
be They are exquisitely beautiful creations in Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells. !
a constant reminder of the be
: a perfectly practical plan of F high grade silver plate. To further advertise ,
: efforts so well put forth in the firsti economy, and we have no doubt our ware we will send one, postpaid, to every .

f ti;{, '" year'of the new century.. that the Longwood association will announcement married lady who should has be not cut received ouf and one.returnedto This "New Rival" loaded with Black powders. "Leader"and

I ": The quick growing China treeswill have imitators. us with your request. This is important. '
.: '. Also please enclose a stamp or two to help pay loaded with SmokelesS powders insist "-
.: soon give shade for the'chil. .... cost of mailing.

r : ,dren in the warmer months, some SENATOR TOWNE, of Minnesota, QUAKER VALLEY !!','G Co., upon having them, take no others, and you will get the {

i.? .' magnolia and orange.trees to coup, presided over the senate for a short Morgan and Harrison streets Chicago. best shells that money can buy.

; S'S teract the,effect of the'> naked limbs time the other day. Senator Mason NOTICEOf I 5:;

r* ot.the.jChina' trees_ in winter are wrote him a note of congratulation Intention to Apply For Special' Legis ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM. i t

_: also,,'necessary, while the tropical upon his.selection as presiding lation. ti
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
palmetto and palms! would soon officer Senator Towne wrote intend to introduce a bill into the legislature .

make an:attractive landscape. back: "I, am ,now satisfied. One of the State of Florida to meet on the second ,
day of April, A. D.1901, to prohibit the catch
-; : The: school building is now located term as a member of the house of ing or taking of fish with haul seines or drag

'on' the most-prominent, thor .representatives, one. month as bar nets and and size to prescribe of mesh the for minimum other nets length in the of Send your Job Printing to The Star Once "

;:i oughfare of our town; we should I United States senator, and one; waters of the Indian and Banana rivers and

S use every endeavor to'make it.,look minute as acting vice .presi ent." sound Banana and creek their and tributaries the St., in Lucie Bre river rd and and

beautiful and attractive. Now' is This: *is,- indeed, -a brief but brilliant Dade counties.
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: I jjvoman Is'aDo uncertain quantity 'and '
ft: "-a A,t.>socIETIE81, B'l'o..v __ _I that mTone: can,dareto, sajf whaftshewilTiike ECZEMA'S j' 'M. BOBBINS,, -. ; ;' ..' :'" :: t- .

' 7' 'TTTU8VILLE BOARD OF,TBAD -I.M. ,or'what she:will,'not'haveo at iTCH IS TORTURE'# ATTORNEY AN D COUNSELOR AT LAW; 'r'Ul .5

F y" : '. Bobbins,presidentJ.; &L Dixon treasurer.I I any price There are empire dresses Will practice .in'State and United States

'- -.Q Bast secrets" Meets second Wedneai made,. and there are princesses, and J czeaIaJscaused: by an acid,humor in Courts. Fl'.d .. -- ,--,
# cIa)'night in..each month at their rooms:;; ttiere'-are-ilsd j' other'things; but the blood coming ia contact with the 'Oftlce'atTitueuu8, L '

: l ;' >, .,P.&A.M.-Indian Ricer lodge, No.90, holds they" are afraid to venture?on;any one skin; and producing'great; redness and inflammation D..L. GAULDEN, To raise good fruity :

1 ;,,,,< its meetings the"second and fourth Friday thing. Therefore-there >e all kinds : ; little pustular eruptions form ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW,

. -Jt;, evenings of each month at the court house. and styles of designs. Baby waists and discharge .thin. sticky fluid, whichdries u must; have Potash. '* .
t f ft..<" '. JL A.Stewart,W.M.'li'':A;:lrOrgan,Sec't'.: and ..Bejane Jackets*tn the most pro-' and scales off; sometimes the skin is, TITUSVILLJ:, .- FLOBIDA. ,
, f; !'"";; -', ,,' TOWN.DIKECTORY.TOWN" : noun ed dlrectolre stIle.ale"seen., and hard,:dry and.fissured. Eczema, in,any County judge of Brevard county. Will practice Fertilizers
form'is.atormenting; stubborn disease in all the courts'of. the 'lth judicial cir- containingat
Btr weIl tor''the .
these et-as, as
r,.. : OFFICEBS.7:"A. 'DV Penney, mayor; are and the itching and burning times are cuit of Florida.'
.," :".M.8.Jones Jr., marshal and"tax.collector house Again,' there. Is the old almost unbearable'; the ,acid burning least 8 to- '10% of
, :,'':. '. CIS., Scjmyler clerk and treasurer John stand by of a tlgntoa d' pointed waist. humor seems to ooze out and set the skin DUNCAN U. FLETCHER,
E ,\ ;, 'Henry, assessor Do'I* Gaulden,F.tA.,Los- and 'the, pompadour Is, ,on, probation on fire: Salves,washes nor'other; exter- ; .
: ,';,,' ley J,M. Dixon,0;F.Duren,Jno B j Potash wilL best
: ; jWaU' and so.Is the surplice waist cut very nal applications do any'real good'for as AfTOBNEY-AT-LAW ; ;give
{ fdj< ': ,ker : The meets first
i.' ;ooun.eilmen : council:
: remains'in the bloodit
long as the"poiSon
', low in the back. This Is'for grand 'oc-
Tuesday in each month. '
..- .1P: .-- ,c.._' ., casions.. Draped skirts and overskirts. will keep the's1ili1 irritated. JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA. results on fruits of all
ti :..:,... ,-.,; embroidered and appliqued skirts, "are BAD FORM OF TETTER.. GOLDSMITH, '
';'\ M.
: ,
) l:>:;_, COUNTY OFFICERS.-A.D.Penney Titus- all.there, and yet perhaps the:prettiestand "For three years I kinds.
;: -', yille, county jadgejJas. Andrews, Titus.villa'prosecutingattorneyA.Ae had Tetter on my E ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW,
of all. the
1. Stewart most graceful things hands which caused ,:.., .: ...
: shown Is an empire frock of white' them to swell to twice TITUSVILLE, FLOEIPA.Prosecutiiig '"
: Titusville clerk circuit court; J. F. Woot- their naturalsise.Part Write for our pamphlets, which should
: en,Cocoa tax assessor E.W.Hall Sharper, peau de cygne, which'shows 'that", .thedressmaker of the time the diseasewas 'attorney for Brevard county. .
$ '. tax collector; F. H. Boye, Titusville of today Is eclectic, and in the form of running Notary public. Will practice in all courts of .je in everyfarmer'slibrary., "jv:__ :;_ i'
t ; treasnreljR.E.Mims, Bonarenture,superintendent knows enough to use of every sores, very painful the state. They are sent free.
public instruction; J. 0. Fries,Ti- : causing me
tusville, county surveyor J. P.Brown, Ti 'I'''! style to produce a harmonious whole. doctors much discomfort.said the Better Four A. D. PENNEY, GERMAN KALI WORKS, ,

r. tusville, sheriff;T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange, The back is a princess with ,rich folds had progressed too far I ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW Nassau' '
St., New York. -
. t registration officer. at.the center below the'waist, and the to be cured and they ; 93 -

k 'COUNTY COMMISSIONEBS.-J E. Walker, front from 'the sides, 'Is all In 'one me.could. I d 5.>>ok nothing only three for TITUSVILLE, ,- FLORIDA.

.,' Titusville,chairman;W.H.Sharpe,Sharpest piece: 'This could not :be' done were it bottles of S. S. S.and Will practice in the. courts of the 7th judicial Grafted and Budded f '

Jos.MendeLLaGrange;B.A.Conkling' ,Till. hot that the silk Is so wide. The waist was This completely fifteen cured. .' circuit.iJf:\ ._, .
was '
4 -' man; J. N.Waller, Ankona. Regular'sea. Is'short and"reaches to the usual Ipngtb'fOl" ago, and I have never years
;r ,sions are held first Monday in each month. an empire, and the shoulder and since seen any sign of my,old trouble."-Mas. JAMES ANDREWS,
: I,. B. McGee St., Kansas
JACZSOX 1414 City, Mo.
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD-J.: M. Dixon, yoke portion Is fairly, hidden under a ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
;' Titusville; E.. N.' Andrews,. Cocoa; c. P. S. S. S. neutralizes this acid: poison,
Platts, Fort Pierce. handsome band of heavy'cream lace. cools the blood, and restores it to a healthy, Main office and address, Tibbals, Florida Orange Trees
The wholp, front, Is 'drawn around and natural state, and the rough, unhealthyskin Office at Fort Pierce, Fla., upon the 2nd'and .
fa..'ned at the'bust line in four small becomes soft, smooth and clear.ssscures 4th, Fridays of each month
,4- .>' STYLISH GijW 8. plaits' and these',are just sufficient to Tetter, Ery- Notary Public, State at Large.

drape, it over the bust a little in the ; :Psoriasis, Salt SOO :mAOE
and all skin F. J.
... ,, '-Olive Harper Describes a Beautiful ,New style all women understand as "pinched due
to a pois ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
drapery. This brings the silk
I c' Dinner Dreg' of the Grape Fruit .
straight along the front from the bustto TITUSVILLE, -. FLORIDA. ,
Special Corresponds ce of The Florida'Star, blood. Send for our book and write us
If : the foot slim and
"" Only a girlish'figure about. your case. Our physicians have Will practice in the courts of the 7th judicial Tangerine
\ : NEW Y BK. Jan29.I do ofremem- should dare this which Is Just : made tnese-diseases a life study,'and can circuit.
.: ,.," ber ever having' seen ''peau de sole, the reason why- every woman' will' help you by their advice ; we make no Homosassa,

; :' ;'i with figures on it:, but now there are want It.The sleeves,are tight to the charge for this service.All correspondence L. DODSON, Parson Brown

;: {;':'" '. many ,patterns, and .they' are all quite elbow and from there there Is a puff ,is conducted in strictest confidence. M.D. ,

: il j---: novel A,beautiful newdinner gown and deep cuff of all over lace of lighter THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ,ATLANTA, GA.Doubtless. Dentist.Office Pineapple, ..4 t

: y is made of the richest' of this always. kind than that used ,for the yoke and
at residence first door south of the Ruby
?f".'', rich silk, and on the pearl gray ground, band. The silk I in the dress Is so heavy .-Professor: What kind of county jail. Only first class work t
w St. Michael
<: L.-;-: 'are scattered lozenges, of which one and rich! that it requires no trimming, iron business is your father in, Mr. at greatly reduced prices. ,

it; half,is white and the other is crimson. and its elegant simplicity Is its greatest Freshman? Freshman: Why-er, I think TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Majorca

: f T..: ', Crimson on pearl gray is very Frenchy charm. It Is demitraln. it's metallic iron, sir.-Philadelphia Rec- ,

", r} and stylish., This pattern is seen in 'OLIVE HABPEB. ord. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Jaffa"

,4, i'f'0' seven different colors in the same design Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day Mandarinand '

' : ; :: ,;.. only, that the.,figures are in other The merited reputation for curing piles, Stepped Into Live Coals. of April, 1901, or as soon thereafter as I can be

F. colors such,as.go combination with sores and skin diseases acquired by De- : "When a child I burned my foot frightfully heard, I will apply to the county judge of Du Roi Blood
> Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has led to the '" Brevard county for a final settlement of my .
: whatever the groundwork is. I forgot writes W. H. Eads, of Jonesville, accounts and
discharge administratorof
making of worthless counterfeits. Be Va. "which caused horrible for my as on 5 and 6 year old sour
'- leg sores
< to that the the estate of John
,say ; figures are raised above Hetherington.
; stock 4 to 5 and
sure to get only De Witt's Salve. Wilson 30 years, but Bucklen's Arnica Salve A. C. DrmiAB, Administrator. orange ,
t the silk. 5 to 7 feet, well branched
& Son. wholly cured me after everything else Oct. 26, 1900 .
: The particular dress is one of a fulltrousseau trees
: failed. Infallible for burns, scalds, cuts,
for a young bride, and it was The cold storage! egg men are in luck sores, bruises and piles. Sold by Wilson at and -
imported. The ,form is gllite'a simpleone this year and will.realize profit of about & Son and J. B. Screven. 25c. 5 $35, $40 $50 per 100

inasmuch as the skirt is so plain. $1.20 per case on the eggs carried over by Order samples and be

(+ The skirt; is ,made with three, double: them. Useful Knowledge.-"Why- are you convinced of their value.
r folds at the, center of the back, and the Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers.Foley's putting in so much time studying chem- Always Supply of these large
front breadth, is slashed to allow for Always the Best. trees United as above.
Honey and Tar gives quick and istry at the agricultural college? "I in-
insets in fan' shape made of crimson
tend to into milk l
go production on a
relief. It is the great remedy
-i': ,taffeta. On each' side: of_ the slashes for positive diseases of the respiratory organs like large scale after I have graduated." O. w CONNEa: ;,. iJ

there is a line of handsome lace insertion asthma, bronchitis and hoarseness. ,

' '5' some three Inches wide.. This, extends A Poor Millionaire Ocklawaha, Florida., .

, c : nearly to the waist, where they Distinction.-Mrs.'Gobwigger-So theyare Lately] starved in London because he "

' -; .' form anu apex to the point -under, a, not in your set? Mrs. Proudfut-No, could not digest his food. Early use of Bros. .

'' pretty bow'of black.velvet Tibbon.- The indeed. They go to a gymnasium, whilewe Dr. King's New Life Pills would have are sold everywhere. Hodgson .

' ,; .. waist ,Is of :'the-:crimson silk; with a'; attend a physical culture class.Julge. .- saved him. They strengthen the stomach 1901 Seed Annual free.

rush.'belt,pf;black velvet The upper aid digestion, promote assimilation, D.N. JERU & CO., DETROIT, KICU. GENERAL

' ,part of:the waist is'cut away and filledIn.Vlth improve appetite. Price 25e. Money i MERCHANTS...
P_-: white muslin'wrought with' back if not satisfied. Sold by Wilson & .5-

} fine silver threads. This Is then brought;. Son and J. B. Screven, druggists. 5
Eau Gallie Fla.
downto: the bottom in a blouse fold and 50 YEARS' ,
.' The that an old who
: Pity discovery woman EXPERIENCETRADE
decorated with another velvet bow.'andall .
recently died used a bustle as a savings
r the ends have spikes. Thesespikes, Dry ClothingBOOTS
I ank is interesting, but it is not likelyto ,
11 by the tray, are very popular,just now.
be the means of bringing the bustle >
}< -' The sleeves of this dress are to the elbow AND SHOES, i
and '
into fashion a rain.
'":}' only and are "of the silk trimmed HARDWARE, GROCERIES. }

like tile rest of the'dress;only there are PAIXTS AND OILS, ETC
,:'.' undersleeves of the muslin, 'with velvet I Modified Willingness. Iabel, my MARKS

, f': cuffs. On the shoulders: are bows with love, will you marry me?" pleaded Mr. DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Steam Launch for Charter.

;:; spikes and those on the elbows ,have Beauty Sterlingworth. "I am hardly prepared &c. _
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
them likewise. These spikes are put on to go so far as that, Robert, dear, but I quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an !

, { ;.:, t many of the belts especially: those with have no objection to becoming engaged." invention strictly is probably confidentiaL patent&b1e.Handbook Communications on Patents "Search-Light ti .
,f: long pieces. In The beautiful in sent free. Oldest agency for securingpatentg.
.... Irregular lengths, and, most thing Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
,g' ,- these all have the spikes on the ends. It Hits the Spot. tpectal notice, without charge, in the BICYCLE LANTERNS.

f; :' They are.of gilt and silver Pnd are called the world is the baby, all When suffering from a severe cold and Scientific American.

4:-i. ': by some Alglon piquets. They ,are your throat and lungs feel sore, take a GAS AND OIL. ;
t.: certainly pretty. They can be 'pur dimples and joy. The most dose of Foley's Honey and Tar, when dilation"handsomely of any illustrated scientific journal.weekly. Largest Terms.|cir-3 a ;

4, chased at 5 cents each for the large the soreness will be at once relieved, a year; four months,f L Sold by*U newsdealers. "Every one knows our Oil Lantern."

ones.and less for the small ones. While pitiful thing is that same baby, warm grateful feeling and healing of the MUNN & CO.361Broadway New York If f I

4':, I am speaking of prices I may say that thin and in And the I parts affected will be experienced and Branch Office 625 F st.Washington D.C. 1
pain. yon will say: "It feels so good. IT HITS I I"I
the tiny buttons : much i
: so affected at THE SPOT." Guaranteed. Wilson &
R. present cost from 5 to 7 cents a dozen. mother does not know that a Son. I, 1HiARHE : 3}

V; Today I happened to meet a friend ;

Just from Paris, and she said that the little fat makes' all the differ- Only 31 per cent of the human race

dressmakers over there are nearly ence. have any knowledge whatever of the JHT ,, I Ioj'

value of corn as food for man. The oth- -

, Dimples and joy have gone, er two-thirds of the race depend upon

f rice, rye and bananas. ,
? I :" '.'" and left hollows and fear the
.. ..
3 '. i J 1 1 _
: Dyspeptlclde (
f' : fat that
was comfort and
... ,
';l the noxious of
S ; Expells germs dyspepsiafrom
... +
t : a ( \
"to color and curve-all but the system, absolutely cures the eJ&1r& I
.. '', pity
..> 4 disease and causes the stomach to furnish 'tTRADEMARK
i : and love-is healthy blood for tissue and nerve build :,),
L: ./', gone. ing. Dyspepticide thus differs from other 'f)
;..'... The little. one gets no fat remedies. Wilson & Son.

., .
\'.' iQ, _J ; from her food. There is something His Usefulness.-Landlady-I rather

Y ', ,' :ate.:'-a..\ t like having one dyspeptic at my table. BALKE'S Our
fI Gas
: Lantern
;t-. '" \\t : : : wrong;it is either her foodor Visitor-How queer! Landlady-Oh, no; surmountsl

. [Ijf % : he makes the other boarders ashamed to
, L- .
: : food-mill. She has had culties heretofore to lan
.;;.",'... .' no find fault.-Indianapolis Journal. LIVE OAK ;
.. acetylene.An .
A:.. : r Cat for weeks; is living on what
.,. Seven Years In Bed. Innovation
Jri'); .'t "t :!he had stored in that plump "Will wonders ever cease?" inquire the "MOM"
Y;: 1. friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Lawrence

;{:'-- _. .' .f:,- : [little body of hers; and that is Kan. They knew she had been unable WHISKEY The '
t..;. ,.' to leave her bed in seven years on account Bridgeport Brass Co., _
': ;; nc. She is starving for fat; of kidney and liver trouble nervous '
j. :: it prostration and general debility but SOFTENED BY ACE. Bridgeport, Conn.
is death, be quick "Three bottles ; 19 MURRAY STUEIT, '
of Electric Bitters enabledme NEW Yaw c rr. .!'.
I. Scott's Emulsion of Cod to walk," she writes, "and in three Awarded! Geld Medal at Atlanta Exposition.
I months I felt like a new person." Wo-
Liver Oil is the fat she can men suffering from headache backache Is the NOTICE.
best and
purest All concerned take notice that
." : nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy Joseph P. ':
ifff: '- ake; it will save her. fainting and dizzy spells will find it a Brown, as sheriff of Brevard county, Florida, :
> and
sold ex-officio
# Whiskey of tho estate of i
*=** The genuine has this picture on priceless blessing.; Try it. Satisfactionis Ephriam F. Adams, deceased has
filed his
; it,take no other.If guaranteed. Wilson & Son and J. B. in :
suggestions '
t in writing
the South.R.
-;,.,.,'' for you have not tried it, send Screven. Only 50c. 5O.t the. tate of said deceased. Therefore insolvency all of :
,. free sample, its agreeable
"" / taste will..surprise you. persons having claims against said estate are
I->. / BEAXJTirtJl'NEW DIS51R DRESS SCOTT & BOWNE. .. S '1' ::a.x:A. F. BALKE & CO., Proprietors, hereby required to appear and file them pro

y : ,wild with anxiety to..know what.-dur I i 409- -Pearl St.,sts, N. Y. Beer,the The Kid Yoo flays Always Bought CINCINNATI U. S. A. perly authenticated igeo/Jrbe/0lethe in the 7th court day of of the June county A.- :0

1 ':: women are going to like best:, so that 50c. and $1.00 tue It Order mailed to oar bead office will t T'iF AJ 6 the 6th day of December ,f
: ,::,::," '., "the-' ,;'CAB go oa and. make up the dress .all druggists. &Z<< iJ1c4 from cur BMrest accredited distributor o I A.D. 1900. D. L. GAULDEN, .
-:: County Judge. '
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