The Florida star.

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The Florida star.
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Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
S.W. Harmon
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Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
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Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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thei soul ;
but "
: said :nothingas: he paced
_, Who&bandoted- .'"""'- Crops" '.- aJ' dlKluCdom. -. to ,'SI d!' k.r figure>*'Pncepatljeticand' ; C'r ltchlng: ,',.""

{ Live..'On... C' the,.field. .Coast, .splendid' or stood motionless! against V \ fV I.
we rail
a perfect ,
t statue 'carved in V
: 8peciat corrtshondence of '
: The'Flo da Star ebony. Perhaps he' In > thetelurksi'like'a f. .,' ,
meditated cough '
; t GoLb on every !c
'GtrINU; t COASTi West saying .
Africa, : ; crouching

r .Dec.' SarjDpoa:*..ship. :which' salled late,. /"Ther 'Is neither Jew; nor Greek,' -. tiger, the probabilities < 1 1i
the'Onited ;,'
ly to there Is .
States was passenger: neither bond nor free there U ::0 f consumption
: with a remarkable:history.. neither male.nor female, for all :s 5
He was a' ye are ';Tfae, throat"a n d JEW /i' j4\
one. '
'man,,ot magnificent; ;height and ,figure, WIUIAM WASHES.Pneumonia ; Jungs; 'become: ;

ti towering above the other men. sc' i 41
He had ,Can. Be Prevented.. rough and inflamed
a powerfulchest: t flashing whlie-teeth' This J ',., fromcoughing '
and always results from a cold 'II' '" l 1} r
muscular development Oran attack and ''j i ,
e of the grip, and be : r
He wore the costume ot may S. ; ,
a clergymanof by ,
the':Church prevented timelyuse of Cham.ler. the germs of ti- q.0 ,
of lain '
He had s Cough Remedy. That remedy was "'consumptionfind

I extensively used during the epidemics of .

--- ... .... la grippe the past few years, ahd not a an easy
SIngle case has ever, been reported that entrance. Take :
did not'recover'or that resulted in pneu ,no chances
$r7. Imonia-which'shows it to be-a certain with the dangerous % \
preventive of
that dangerous disease .
'NJ foe.. i Mit'
hamberlain's .
Cough Remedy has gaineda
wide reputation for its cures of For 60 years I 4' DSO. ton I .

colds and...grip. For sale .b Wilson & ''there. has been a perfect Q1
Son. / cure. What a rec- Lt 47kT

' 44dI Believe in the divine right of kings I ord! Sixty years of t *

never shall-except in the divine right to

4 iijT be kingly men, which all men share. I IJACKSONVILLE
James Lane Allen. .. : .I- vv EEE.LY: SAJLJNGS .

w f ____BETWEEN un s

- Strikes a Rich Find. efitl'r AND: NEW YORK -

"I was troubled for several with I
,' chronic years Calling at Charleston. C., both ways.
; '. indigestion and debility -
:"<'-"l:" .... nervous
: ; ," writes F. H. Green, of Lancaster, The Finest Steamships in tlic Coastwise Service. j
: N. H. "No remedy helped me until I Peel oral
:1; began using Electric Bitters, which did

: me more good than all the medicines I ____Direct Service Between____ 4
ever used.. They have also kept my wife soothes and heals the Jacksonville Boston and Providence and All Eastern Points. ,

in excellent health, for years. She says wounded throat and '-
Electric Bitters are 'just splendid for female lungs. You escape an attack Calling at Charleston both ways. T t
.4. troubles; that they are a grand, tonic of consumption with Southbound-From Lewis Wharf, Bott-on. Northbound-From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville b'1 s
and invigorator for weak, run down
''.j all its terrible sufferingand CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.
,.l- rW:41 women. No other medicine can take its

..... .. place. in our family." Try them. Only uncertain results. DEBAEY LINE. ft
_'.C iwzk 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by Wilson There is nothing bad Between Jacksonville and Sanfurd,
& Son and J. B. Screven. 1
?" for the throat and lungsas '
"IIi. ? Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (DeLand), Blue Springs, and .
Photo by Tower'Photo London. Conversation and Talk. He-Yes, coughing. intermediate landings on St. Johns River
company conversation is a lost art. She-Lost art! A 25c. bottle will cure Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," CAPT. W. A. SHAW, -

: PRINCE AU ._IA.learned .- Why, you ought to hear us at our whist an ordinary cough: hard is appointed to sail as follows:

**>- Hebrew ana theology In that club. He-I was speaking of conversation er coughs'will need a 50c. Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m. Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays. -
country. By degrees it came to be not merely talk.-Chicago Post. t Leaves Sanford 9 a.m., Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays. -
size; the dollar bottle is
known that lie'was the most scholarlyman Southbound SCHEDULE. Northboundread

on. board, speaking seven lan For the weakness and prostration following cheapest in the long run. down read up
there is "One of SODS was Leave 3 30 pm______________________._Jacksonville___-______ ___..._.._____Arrive 2 00 am I
guages. He was also an accomplished grippe nothing so promptand blood with my a high fever and spitting'was 8 45 pm:_..________________ ____._Palatka__._________________.____Leave 8 00 pm
I musician and had the perfect manner effective as One Minute Cough Cure very ilL We could hardly gee any 3 00 am_____________________ _____.Astor.._________________.________ 2 30 pm
of a courteous, polished gentleman. In This preparation is highly endorsed as an signs of life in him. The doctors 4 30 am_________________________St. Francis------------------------ 1 00 pm
conversation he attractive and full unfailing remedy for all throat and lung did him no good.: But one bottle of _____________________Beresford (DeLand)_____________... 12 00.n'n
was troubles and its early use prevents con your ChenyTectoral" cured himand 6 00 am_________________________Blue Springs______ __.___________. If 1100 am
a of Information. s sumption. It was made to cure quickly. Nov Bavedhislife.,18S8. C.G.ANDEMON Pukwana,8.Dak., Arrives am___________________________Sanford_____.____________________ 9 30 am
The man was a prince-In fact, a he-
Wilson & Son. Writ the Doctor. If you have any General Passenger and Ticket Office 204 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. i, .
reditary king-descended from a ;
roy complaint whatever and desire tie
al line older than any in Europe. Her No Two Alike.-Mrs. Sargent (know- best tor freely.medical Address advice, write the Doc W. H WARBURTON, T. P. A., f F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., F. P.A.,
19 State St., New York. 204 West St., Jacksonville Fla.
Dr.J.C.ATEK,Lowell,Mass. Bay ,
looked it and walked it, though he was ingly-It is said that the Lord never i
A..C. HAGERTY, Passenger Agent, C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. Supt. +
x gentle and affable to all. Yet during made two women alike. Sargent (tartlyOf ) ---'''-- 19 State street.New York. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville Fla.

the whole voyage this prince of ancient course He didn't, or you would THOS. D. HALEY, Local Freight Agent JOHN L. HOWARD, Superintendent,

} lineage made scarcely an acquaintance. never hear of a man getting married Foot Hogan St., JgcksonvilleFla. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville Fla.
The value of all farm crops producedin THEO. G. EGER, General Manage WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents.
He mostly sat in a corner of the saloonor twice.-Harlem Life.
the state of Iowa during 1900 is $2:9- Chesebrough Building.19 State Street Opposite :Battery Park New York. i
paced the deck alone, a solitary yet
:' 'commanding figure. The reason of his Recent experiments show that all 805,058. If the state produced this much .> -- -- 4;
classes of foods may be completely digested gold, it would be rated as the world's El .
Isolation was that Prince Ahuma hada 1
r.lelIIIl lIlel iie
by a preparation called Kodol Dorado.
black skin, black as velvet and the
Dvsptpsia Cure, which absolutely digests II i
passengers were mostly American.He Persons who cannot take .
what you eat. As it is the only combin ordinary pils i
was a native of the kingdom of ation of all the natural digestants ever fi-.d it a pleasure to take DeWitt's Little a

Ga Guinea Gold Coast, British Protectorate devised, the demand for it has become Early Risers. They are the best little

A'- West Africa. .The Guinea Gold enormous. It has never failed to cure ,' liver pills ever made. Wilson & Son. : : GOOD REASONS j i f

T$; Coast is almost as fertile as the Philip- the very worst cases of indigestion and

: pines. It extends along the west of it always gives instant relief. Wilson & Free Blood Cure. II. E,1 ,: ,

Africa about-20 degrees on both sides Son. An Offer Proving Faith to Snff rer8. 1, ..
r of the north and south. Noble \ \ .
equator; Bad Working of a Good Scheme.-"My Is your blood pure? Are you sure of it? Do fOR USING ;J
i forests containing mahogany and other man, tell me how you came to be a cuts or scratches heal slowly? Does your skin : :
: .. valuable woods await white men. Gold itch and burn? Have you pimples? eruptions?
bless met'
t. Is there in abundance, with quartz ;ramp. you, they got aching bones or back? eczema? old sores?
jine one o' these don't worry clubs; an' I boils? scrofula? rheumatism? foul breath? ca M
' mines that have never been developed. got so I didn't keer when I lost m' job." tarrh? are you pale? If so.'purify your bloodat tt
I ( White miners are able to work the gold -Detroit Free Press.A once with B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm). IIIAL! !
veins. In fact, grown persons of Eu It makes the blood pure and rich, heals every m
Gold Coast eli sore and Dives a clear, smooth, healthy skin.
ropean race endure* the powerful engine cannot be run with Deep-seated cases like ulcers, cancer, eating '- 0 1.

mate fairly well, though their children a weak boiler, and we can't keep up the sores, painful swellings, blood poison is quickIv m
cannot. n.. n..,' I'f ....itl w..ltnn.. ,. cured by B. B. B.. made especially for all -
strain VU ;an miaeh lie o 1 i e U w v.u "
During the reign of Prince Ahuma's ; neither can we stop the human machine obstinate blood and skin troubles. B. B. B. .. & .u 11.-' 0I
drains the poison and humors out of the blood
: grandfather Christian missionaries carried to make repairs. If the stomach 9
and entire system so the symptoms cannot ream.
\' the gospel of the white Christ to cannot
the dark kingdom of Ga. The king became body strong} such a preparation as Kodol fail. Thoroughly tested for 3") years. Sold at : They functional and gasg t a.
convert likewise Ahuma's fa'then Dyspepsia Cure should be used. It divests drug stores at$1 per large bottle, large bottles cure
f a ; what you eat, and it simply can't (full treatment),$5. Be sure the bottle
heir to the throne. African royal but do good. Wilson & Son. reads Botanic Blood Balm. So sufferers may
help you : disorders of the stomach and :
ties were heavy owners of property in test it, a trial bottle given away absolutelyfree. tric
that time, and to this Write for it. Address, BLOOD BALM i
flesh and blood in Women Well Men
as as
CO., Atlanta, Ga. Write today. Describe
n day their descendants recall the injus trouble and free medical advice given. I' : contribute to the health of the entire = J
tice ot the British in making them give Are Made Miserable by Call on J. B.Screven,'Titusville, Fla., for ( i

up their slaves without compensation. B. B. B. 1 -- 1)1i.

:J. So Prince it goes.Ahuma's father was so zealous Kidney Trouble. WANTED. i. .system by setting every organ m i. fi

faith that he gave up .
; for the new
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages work
throneai4 Reliable man for :Manager of to
back a
'ti his crown, turning his on and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor mi

kingdom to become a lowly Chris and cheerfulness soon Branch Office we wish to open in i
tian missionary and convert his heathen I''-'u:) 'I disappear when the kid- i stimulate normal flow
,;( this vicinity. If your record is 0. They a <
people to the religion whose preachment neys are out of orderor
is love howsoever its practice in diseased. K, here is an opportunity. Kindly I !

the hearts. of men may be. Only for become Kidney trouble has give good reference when writing.THE of gastric JUice.. @ j;
surrender Rev. S. R. B. ; so prevalentthat I
this voluntary A. T. MORRIS WHOLESALE :
it is not uncommon
fi.!:' Ahuma would now be king of Ga. for a child to be born CINCINNATI. OHIO. 1 They fermentation in' t=] I

I: -whose rulers before the advent of mis had ?j afflicted with weak kid- Illustrated catalogue 4cts. stamp .I prevent ()

slonary'Bibles and British cannon If the child urin- <<
t neys. .
power at will to strike off, or leave on ates too often, if the k : the stomach and intestines g I
CA.STonA.B..tho : : .
i :' the head of any man woman or child I. urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child I f '
$: ire Kind You Have
Always Bought .
when it should be able to
reaches an age I
h in their-realm. the it is afflicted with { : relieve and intestinal' : r
z 'In his father's footsteps follows Ahu- control passage yet Signature JA # They gastric -
himself off from all the: bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of of ,
.- ma. Cutting himselfto the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first .
te:i pursuits of ambition, he gives step should be towards the treatment of -
: Africans. The e
civilizing his fellow these important organs. This unpleasant
f" horrible rites and superstitions of child trouble is due to a diseased condition of the

:' murder, child marriage and voodoo life kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as Kodol : They act at once, and continue :

witchcraft he has consecrated bis most people suppose.
.: though that life itself Women as well as men are made mis-

to destroying be finally, even taken by the powerful erable with kidney and bladder trouble, \ to act as long as food remains in : I' .1.1i

and both need the same great remedy. .
among Cure
fetich priests and witch people The mild and the immediate effect of Dyspepsia i ..
the Guinea negroes. He has Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold the digestive tract. ,
secretary J f
British home '
a memorial to the in fifty- f :
by what eat.
conditions you
making reports of terrible dollar '' .
cent and one
In the protectorate, endeavoringto sizes. You may have a i + i1 YN It artificially digests the food and and aids __ They cost only five cents for e ; i iI

shame the English government into sample bottle by mail Mature in strengthening recon I '
The memorial, pre- free, also pamphlet tell- Home of Swamp-Boot structing the exhausted digestive or- I. II ,

doing pared by something.his own hand, is in such excellent ing all about it. including many of the gans. It is thc latest discovered digest- tit ten Tabules at all drug stores. e. .
few men thousands of testimonial letters received ant and tonic. No other preparation
forceful English as states from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer can approach it in efficiency. It in- -1. ; .
'i write. His flying visit to the N. Y., be sure and stantly relieves and permanently cure i
& Co. Binghamton
I. .A.'ffED a-A ef bad bo&h that ZIPLinpain ___ .
his work. Heartburn \y cue wID notWOT 'I'MJ: l+ II
was connected with mention this paper. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, and proloec tat*. QM ID tee reflet XoMackre toM W-P-AV 2't saldta J
Such is the story-of the man whom Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, ? Toiampi and accept< aDd no ntatztoU.ODe -MUMteetimaBiaIivUll SFlP-A-lW,II lor entl.tnafstore. ...aQed Uttiq teteAatu W4n i't kae
some of the American passengers shun Sick HeadacheGastralgiaCramps and e .ferwaoed a Uw Up***Cbemtal 0*.M>Smo*,floe Tw .

ned and looked cross eyed at becauseof BJSQ S CURE FOR all otherresults of Imperfect digestion.Price tit'l.
a new experience CURES WHERE All EtsE FAaBest We.and f I. Large size contains 2V4 times I
his black 'skin. It was Tastes Good. Use I ,
because hitherto his in Cou Syrup.Sold by dru Rfsts. small size.Bock all about dyspepsia mailed free :. ... ".. .. ..
to him. 1ki
acquaintance among white men was CON SUMPTION Prepared Sold by by E.P.C.DeWITT B. Wilson a CO.&. Son.Chicago --! !! !! 't

with Europeans,*where he was a man -
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'i i J-5**.* -- --e r 8' C" '. THE FLORIDA_ 'STAR : FRiDAr.EEBRUARY, 19c,: ,
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\I;. : .;, :".0': : 'COCOA,BUSINESS DIRECTORY. .' ; \> 5' 'f "ROCKLEDGE. MELBOURNE, BUSINESS DIRECTORY.. the last of the week. She expects .
" \:'" "Mr. G..F.Milesof St. Augustine, isregistered MELBOUENE STATE BANK:--CapitalflS- to, be able to accommodate quite a D'REW'S
f { :: W.'Iu HUG ILETl', -M."D.,:L T. DANIEL : < ;
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; .. 000. J. H. Phillips, president iC.\M.Horton, large number of boarders. '
;', ,; D.D. Suffices over The Indian RiverDrngOo'sstorea at The Plaza. the :
cashier The bank lower river
only on
'', :. the establishment
> : leading Drug
k, $'<. of the Indian rivet country. Orange trees are putting on new growth, and theBineappleregion of Brevard county. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hudson and chil- -

I(}?. .'. and also buds to.bloom.: .' dren are spending some time here with
r ,: .e.F. TEAVIS &- CO. .Exclusive Wholewvle+ EAU OALIJE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. relatives. While here Mr. Hudson will

l' Grocers, carry the largest stock:of General Mr James Banks, of City Point, stop- HODGSON' BROTHERS. Dry Goods, Ship have a large number of, trees SEND.FOR LEGAL
; Merchandise on the east coast of Florida. The Plaza this week. orange .
.' ) ped at Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware, .Pipe and CATALOGUE.THE
.' :' Can meet all competition. Write for prices.WILLIAM ., planted out on his place in North Sebas
p. 1
.:' Curio stores galore. Competition is fittings,Clothing, Paints and ,Oils, Grocer-
1 ies. Marine railway, steamer for. charter. S
'HINDLE. Undertaker and Embalmer .
: the life of business and stimulates
t .' :. Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup' :Mrs. Frank Houston has moved to Ft. H. A:W. B. DREW

J .. .''* plies,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing Mr. R. Cable and Miss Cable, of New FORT PIERCE BUSINESS, DIRECTORY.C. Pierce much to the I'AAret.of her many COMPANY, .

,. ":.:. of Every Description. Agent'for Beveridge. York city, are guests of the New Rock- P. PLAITS- Physician and Surgeon. friends here. The move was made on BLANKSJ0NU
: Steam;; Cooker. 'Calls to point on the river promptly
ledge., any. ., account of the continued illness of her JACKSONVILLE.rut. .
answered. Fort Pierce Florida.BAD
'FRANK LIPp-Practical Shoemaker Forty Mr. G. G. Glower, of New York, city, is little son, as it was .necessary to have .
experience all kind of repairing
r S years ; visiting the Indian river section and is him near a physician.
done, nice and cheap; also ladies'-and GALLIE. .

made- to order. '. stopping at The Plaza.: Orange and lemon blossoms are show- Mr. Frank Ward, of North Georgia, N. C., STOCKTON, President,

T ;S THE TEAFFOBD BAKERY-First quality The Indian River was left in darknessone ing in some of our groves. who is spending the winter here, expresses THOMAS P. DKNHAM, Cashier, .

:. Bread,made of high grade floor;sent to any night last'week.:: The, electric lights himself as being delighted with JAMES D. BAKESAsa't.. Cashier.of
address also never-failinghome-made yeast The yawl Princess was out on Sunday
{S ;
our and climate. He has
went out without warning: t community
cakes. Ice Cream every Saturday. with a large party on board.
only been here a short time, but has National Bank
GO TO J. M. SAtfDEBS! Th@ Old Reliable They were playing hearts- at, the New The warm rains of Monday started the gained in flesh and health. ,

Store, ,for good, fresh and reliable goods Rockledge on ,Monday night and Mrs. the citrus trees in this section.
such as Dry 'Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, Brown carried off the first prize.Dr. growth on Capt. and Mrs. R. A. Hardee, Mr. and

v' 4. Hats,Trunks and. a full line of Groceries. The Spartan was out on Hodgson'sways Mrs. R. G. Hardee and Mr. and Mrs G.
T. B. Berens of York is
New city, the State of FloridaCAPITAL
S 1ARVIS.HOUSE-Open aU'the year round. located at the New Rockledge. The doc- on Saturday for some urgent re- .B. Hall and baby returned last Saturdayfrom
the river on river pairs. week at Klondike.
Pleasant location facing a spent They
in treatment of the
tor is a specialist
front. Rates$2.00 per. day,special terms by The school children of No. 5 celebrated report a most enjoyable trip with plenty, 100,000.00

the week or month. eyes.Mr.. A. B. Butchart and wife are most Arbor day by a picnic. :Miss Miller was of game. Geo. Hall brought down two

at the head of affairs. fine deer at one shot. Mrs. R. A. Hardee Designated depository of the State of Florida
located at the New Rock-
". RIPPLES. comfortably furnished the party with plenty of small and of the City of Jacksonville. Solicits 4
k .1.IRDI N RIVER ledge. They hail from'King Edward's The Canaveral, of the Banana mail game; squirrels, birds, etc. accounts of all classes and offers every facility '

1 dominion, Owen Sound, Ont. line, was in the yard repairing her iron consistent with prudent banking. Recognizing -
the needs of that class who accumulate a
", 0., Paragraphs Personal and Newey Briefs Mr. J. W. Myers and wife, of Yoakum, rudders, Sunday. MINS.Miss : surplus.we will allow interest on time de

.. ,", -' at Towns Along the Coast. Texas, are comparing the land of flow- Mrs. Watts, Mrs. Gilbert and Miss Aleph Mims paid a short visit to posits. We invite attention to the statement

ers with the ranges of the big state. Theyare Mamie Taylor entertained at the euchre her many friends here last week. below, condensed from our last official reportto
the honorable controller of the
COCOA. currency:
':: pleasantly located at The Plaza. club on Thursday eve.
d 'struck Cocoa on The Rev. Mr. Daiger made an addressat '
: The'merry.go.rou for business Mrs. B. W. Jerome left last. Friday for Mr. R. E Mims, the new superintendent the prayer meeting Wednesday night. CONDENSED .

.- i Wednesday and was ready Palm Beach and remained until Monday.Mr. of education for Brevard county, paidour STATEMENT OF' CONDITIONAt
.. yesterday, and now it is gathering in the Jerome has purchased a place there school a visit last week. The Ladies' Aid society was enter-
loose nickles and dimes and the children tained at the Sackett residence Thursday.Mrs. close of business June 29, 1900.
and wiil move thither in the spring.Mr. .
.: This is the first machine of Rehearsals nightly this week at the residence -
are happy. J. B. Chamberlain who has been
kind to visit this section. H. B. Inman, Jr., of Hamilton, of J. A. Gilbert for the base ball RESOURCES.
: the ever quite ill is now the road r
0., is another one of our army of Buck- entertainment of the 12th inst. on to recovery.Mr. Loans and discounts_____________253.0S119
;. Not a'little excitement and much indignation eyes who are enjoying the delights of Charles Emmons and daughter, United States bonds101,000.00 t
Mr. and Mrs. Davis
/' from outsiders last week were Florida. He is stopping at The Plaza. secured an alligator Miss Ella, of New York city, are once Premium on U. S bonds_________ 3475.87 ,
while the Eau Gallie
the like of which up river last Bonds, stocks and securities_______ 145,089.72
,: caused by a spectacle, Mr. James Mathews and wife, of Brook- week. Mr. Davis is a crack shot. more welcome visitors. Banking house, furniture and Fix., 44,417.62

.; never before occurred in'Cocoa or vicinityand at the New Rockledge.Mr. The family of S. C. T. Warren has Other real estate owned___________ 6,700.00 i
lyn are
there is large talk of "boycott" to The Zoyrada, of New York, a magnificent Cash and Due from other banks__ 188,82412
;. the thereof. The grasping Mathews is a member of one of the launch owned by Mr. T. F. Pettus, been sadly afflicted by the death of two
\ perpetrators largest wholesale dry goods firms in young children in one week and the $660,591.12
after the mighty dollar will sometimes almost was on Hodgson's ways on Tuesday.
Brooklyn.The serious illness of others.
'.> inhumanize some people. :Messrs. Near and Taylor have returnedto LIABILITIES.
Misses Abbie and May Hartwell There will be a Valentine sociable heldat
t the Eau Gallie after completing several Capital stock ______________
business at $100,000,00Surplus
The freight and ---- --
express entertained the Palmetto Euchre club on well contracts at points up the B. I. R. the residence of Mrs. C. S. Ballou on and profits____________-.___ 28,70893
S Cocoa station is exceedingly large. Many Wednesday afternoon. Last week the on the evening of the 14th by the Ep- Circulating notes-----____________ 100,000.00
oranges are being shipped and the average ladies enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. E. The Lizzie was out on Banana river worth League. All are invited. Dividends uncalled for__________.. 200.00

grower smiles all over which proves that A. Chatfield. Monday with Mrs. Danforth, the Misses Deposits______________ -__________ 431,682.59 ,
.' the business on Indian river is not Danforth and J. E. M. Hodgson on board.F. Capt. Coggin came up from Cocoa in
orange I Oranges are still being shipped. Every his launch last Sunday. He was accom- 660591.12
c dead by any means. A few more weeks E. Shore made haul of fish
carrying the golden fruit a on panied by his Mr. Bennett
'01 will be day ams are grandson, .
of freeze for .
and all a
danger insured for securely packed to the freight depot for ''I' Monday weighing 2,600 pounds, nettinga who will remain at Mims for a time.A The Most
past, and an excellent crop The fame of the Indian river nice sum for all hands engaged in the Complete
pext year and a return to the" old time shipment. work. party consisting of Messrs W. H.
.y .- prosperity. oranges does not diminish.The and F. H. Sackett, C. T. Ballou and P.
Dr. and Mrs. Hitchcock of Olean N.
number of packages, letters and L. Kyzer left Monday morning by sail- Electrical
Y. arrived this week and domiciledat Supply
week are
of the
The social event among
; papers handled at the Rockledge post- boat for a few days' fishing. at New
the residence of C. Ainesworth for
the children was the party given by Miss a
office during the month of January was Smyrna.The .
ft-: Lizzie eldest'daughter of Dr. and Mrs. month or two.
and letters 67
21,405; registered parcels first and
Epworth League sociable of
F' W. L. Hughlett, to commemorate her and 116 money orders issued. Mr. Happersett, representing the S. B.
I .: advent into the teens, the 5th of Feb Hnbbard Co., of Jacksonville, was in the year was held at F. A. Strahan's Friday -

ruary being the thirteenth anniversary of Mrs. J. E. McKee, of New York city, Eau Gallie on Wednesday last booking night. A large number were present Construction House In the South.
\,\.' her birth. By special invitation some who has been on a visit to Winter Haven, orders for his firm. from Titusville, LaGrange and Turnbull. j

.: 'fifty-children assembled at her pleasant is again a guest of the New Rockledge.It and instrumental music, readingsand t
is hoped that she will favor the song Miss A. Florence Hodgson, Miss Lizzie various games helped to make a
S:: F home and enjoyed as only children can,a very ..THE..
service with another solo. Danforth and'Miss Mary L. Evans will
pleasant evening.
and the things .
r' few,hou of mirth good ,
:: entertain the of the Eau
at next meet
IS prepared for their refreshment. The i Mr. Noice Bistol and sister, and Mrs. i Arbor day was celebrated by the school Johnson-Law
Gallie euchre club on the 21st inst.
'S :". S house and table were beautifully decorated Schafer, Rev. and Mrs. Stevens, Miss children Friday afternoon. An appro-

E. with lovely roses, which the children Flaira and Mrs. M. C. Salmon all went I Mr. Eugene Spiller is improving the priate program was well carried out by -o-

j were allowed to'carry away with them. to Melbourne beach on Tuesday in the : front of his new home and laying out the children, after which Mrs. C. T. Bal kinds of batteries and

Lizzie is a favorite among all the children Volunteer, Mr. B. W. Jerome's launch. : walks. This property is one of the best lou delighted visitors and children by a battery

,- and Mrs. Hughlett does everything pos- The ladies of the New Rockledge are situated lots in the town of Eau Gallie. fine recitation of Bryant's Forest Hymn. hells renewals for gas engine ignition,

sible for the little folks to have a good making excellent records at bowling. The Blue Bill, C. G. Weld of the Ca- Then all adjourned to the yard, where a annunciators and burglar

time. Almost every child brought theirS Miss Bassett, of New Haven, and Mrs. naveral club owner, was housed at Hodgson's quantity of Bermuda grass was plantedand alarms constantly on hand.

little hostess some memento of the occasion the trees set out on previous Arbor
.5 Hobert and Mrs. Whaley and Miss Ca- ways this week the summer '

t, ;all accompanied with expressions of ble, of New: York, are among the best. season. Mr. Jno. Edwards had the boat days cared for. Lighting Plants, Telephone Lines
love good will and best wishes.
Judge Neuchafer, who has been on a charge. installed in

The ladies of the Avilah held their reg- visit to Palm Beach and Miami, is backat Mrs. Gilbert entertained on Saturday EGGS FOR SALE. any part1
of the
ular monthly meeting at the residence of his old quarters at the New Rockledge.The on the eve of the departure of Mr. and From the following strains: Light Brah-

its president, Mrs. B. Wl Jerome, on Friday fishing is too good to keep the judge Mrs. Chas. Snodgrass for Youngstown, 0. mas, Cuban and Indian Games. Will Write us for information.

,: the first. There was 'no meeting long away from Rockledge and Indian We hope to welcome the'return of this sell a trio of Brahmas at. $3.50; five Cubans

'' held in January owing to the inclement river. estimable couple again next winter. $10.00. Jos. A. COLLINS JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 1

I weather on its regular day and illness oft Mr. Chas. D. Burrows, of Providence, Titusville,, Fla.

;. several members prevented other meet R. I., is seeking to find the advantages MELBOURNE.Rev. GEO. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN

ing being called by the president. This Florida has over little Rhoda. The past Hoyt has returned from his visit R53S25II S President. Actuary.

:t'" day, however, notwithstanding illness andS few days have been cold to Floridians, to Tampa.Mr. Im BRVARDAbstract, ,
, -' .high winds a quorum was present and but the Rhode Islander only find it in. -' --- ---- -

. the business transacted, among which vigorating. Will Scott left here Tuesday for $20 of TitleCOMPANY

the election of officers for the ensu- Rockledge.Hon. .
-.v h was Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. McKeown, of Ao __ _
4'is ing year, which resulted as follows: C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, was I
I.t President, Mrs. W. G. Paterson; vice- Pittsburg, P J., arrived on Friday to spend in town Monday.We Teachers and Prospective Teacherswill 1
Indian river.
their Mrs.
W. E. Booth honeymoon on
Cocoa Mrs.
presidents ,
McKeown will be remembered as Miss are glad to report Mr. George Phil- Will furnish abstracts of title
:: Merrett, Mrs. M. Thompson; City Point, lips better and able to be out. find Review Classes at "J for lands in Brevard county.
Katie Devlin. Mr. McKeown is
at Mrs. A. S. Dixon; Rockledge, Mrs. H. a prom- the Lake City College.
inent druggist of the iron city. Large quantities of fish are being
tJ.\ J. Smith; Indianola, Mrs. J. R. Miot; I GEO. M. BOBBINS, TITUSVILLE, Ft.1. \.

.... recording secretary, Mrs. Ellen J. Wilson Crokinole is a great game at the New shipped from here daily by Rieou Bros. $20 Covers all Expenses -

4 ; corresponding secretary, Mrs. A. S. Rockledge, and Mrs. Hobert and Mrs. The Ladies' guild will m et Friday EAST COAST MEAT

is' Dixon; treasurer, Mrs. J. D. Trafford; Whaley claimed championship up to afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. C. Irwin MARKET
} \,.. librarian, Mrs. R. N.. Andrews. The Tuesday night when Mr. Whaley and except railroad fare, for to"i

'f : treasurer, Mrs. Trafford, was not able to. Mr. Daniel challenged the ladies for a Lawyer W. I. Metcalf came up from I term. Send for circulars G. F DUREN, Agent ij i

i i. 'i:: be present so no definite state of the ex- game and came off victor 200 to 100 score. West Palm Beach last week to look after
.t to l chequer could be obtained. However, The weather of Monday was so genial his property in Melbourne.Mr. .

f the ladies start out with 'the new year and smiling it led one to think that Flor- !0 Florida
t and Mrs. E. P. Branch and a partyof ; Lake City Fla m
'. satisfied with their officers knowing that s9
ida was herself again, and everybody was friends lately enjoyed a trip on the In T- aridr.i
, all will be done possible to further the out to enjoy the outdoor but Tues- 2H2sasasas2sasasasasasasasasasasasasassas2sSASK
sports Ida to Rose-
interest of the good work going on. A yacht May, Capt. Beaujean, : 'IVestern j
, Ir day she got up a flirtation with an Ohio land, Oak Lodge and Malabar.
project was presented for an entertain- blizzard that dissipated all hopes of a re- YOUR GROCER FOR'r ; '

.. ment for the Avilah's benefit by Miss turn of spring. Mrs. E. M. Campbell received the sad 1 Meats i

( Bessie Smith and committees appointed news last Sunday of the unexpecteddeath '

to ascertain the required points in orderto The attendance at church services on of her youngest sister in England.Mrs. of all

Sunday was very large and Rev. Smith Campbell and family have our
push it forward. It is hoped it will sym-
excelled himself in his preaching. His r Kinds.
materialize and prove a success.
text was taken from Heb. 3:14, "We are Mayor F. H. Fee got into the river '

f'S :,. # fit LOTUS. made partakers: of Christ if we hold the himself one day last week to show his 5 Minute Breakfast Food. ;+.

beginning of our confidence steadfast gang of men how to clean the moss away Titusville, Florida.

'I' Mr. and Mrs. Field were out driving unto the end." from the river front, and now it is done, Purina Health FlourMaJ.e.r
, I Sunday going as far as Georgiana.
;t- ; The dances at the New Rockledge are and it was well done. K' .Jp

r- 'r., Mr. Dave Ramsey is shipping a good the special features of the week and do The East Coast chautauqua will openat "BRAIN BREAD." POBBINS.-

,; t many barrels of fine cabbage this week. much toward making the season ,
very Melbourne on March 2nd. The pro- PURINA MILLS ST. LOWS Mo.

::','' a; 4 The Wilkinson brothers are putting in pleasant for the young people of Indian gram for this season is fine. It is to be & GRAHAM

.:'.. a good sized planting of beans -on the river. Some of our neighboring towns hoped that our neighbors along the river FREDERICK A. MORGAN, ..,.
,. "
'.': :tW: Jerome place. whose young people like to "tip the will come and enjoy it with us, for each REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, co.
! light fantastic ought to take advantageof (Incorporated. Paid up Capital .$25,000.00.
i\-'J! ,
its better and all well )
gets were
\ ', Mr. Hancock was up this way in his year COLLECTIONS,
lI these occasions to a visit to Rock-
.t launch several times last week. It runs pay pleased last year that were fortunate This company owns lands

t ,., ,t. well and smooth. ledge. enough to be here. Stenography, Typewriting. in the Indian River Coon .
.4 .;j... Mr. and Mrs. G..W. Skelly and daughter -
\::I; ,> "'\m'{ Mr. S. A. Osteen's baby has been quiteill and Miss Minnie Hardee returned SEBASTIAN. NOTARY PUBLIC. TITUSVILLE, FLA. try, on the St. Lucie River,

_ )),. for the last few days, but under the from Janesville, Wis., the home of the at New River, and on Biscayne -

." '. : i ,"'jii j' care of Dr. Capron is getting better. Skellys, on Tuesday night at midnight.Mrs. cold Farmers snap did are not rejoicing injure their that vegetables.Miss the recent. J V. GRIPHYSICIAN E.ARD? Bay.

:' I l 11' There was recently a very pleasant social Skelly and Miss Minnie's parents, PRICES TO SUIT
' ? '1r gathering at the house of Mr. and Hon. and Mrs. G. S. Hardee, and their Smart left Tuesday for :Mississippi AND SURGEON, TIMES
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5: *: 5 Mra. Bisbee.. Refreshments were served sisters are very glad to see them. To where she will visit friends ere returningto Send for land list.
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:' -VOL. XXI. TmJSVILLE: .FLA., :FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1901. NO. 42.' ,

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CURRENT( LOCAL t l LftCON1C$. TitusYille School Notes.Public COUNTY I COMMI IONR8'[ MEETING Titusville T.. P.J. Brown Cockshutt.Electric, waiting registration Light on board Co.officer..--_____.______ 10.41J. 9.00 4.00 l LTE8T NESS AND I INCIDENTS( 'L

Edited by the Pupils of .
jnry_____ 4.00
M;. Brief Mention of What 'Is Going On In School., Official Account of Their Proceeding in A.A. Stewart, make annual statement 35.00J. Matters of Interest That Are Happening
u. Miss Bryan has a new pupil, little J. D. Session This Week. .Henry, commissions as treasurer_ 11.69
R and,'About TitniTllle. J P.Brown janitor._______.____ 5.00J. Around Town.
Next Thursday is St.: Valentine's day Crabb._ The board of county commissioners P. Brown Jailor____._..-_._ 30.00A. Rev. :Mr. Senterfitt, of DeLand, will
1 : 14th Prof. Moon delighted the pupils by met in Titusville Monday, 'February 4, .A."Stewart, accountant ___.'..".___, 15.00 preach in the Baptist church Sunday -
February T. A.Johnson, wood__,-__._.___ 2.00 -
\ half Friday. to adjournment members '
giving a holiday pursuant ; morning.
work clerk'sfrffice9.00
,'" Send your watches for repairs to W. M. present: J. R. Walker, chairman; J. Men- C. R. Stewart, __ 9.00
grades"six and
Work The pupils of eight are Messrs: H. C. Eyer and J. F. Wooten,
f Woodward,Titusville. guaranteed. afternoon. del and J. N. Waller; A. A. Stewart, J. Pritchard & Son, hardware &paint 13.85
to have recitations Friday of Cocoa drove
Monday and spent
,,- Mr. G A. Street, of Houston, Texas, clerk, and J. P. Brown, sheriff. B. E. Mims,jr., iron for clerk's office. 75 up
The merry-go-round has left, BO the W.F.Furlong, painting tank tower4.50 part of the day in town. _
: was registered at the Indian River hotel The following business was transacted: Geo. Peeples, pipe for tank .......... .50
Y- Tuesday. scholars feel like getting to their studies .i The minutes of last regular meeting Bond Lumber Co., lumber repairing C. T. McCarty, Esq., of Ankona, was

again. were read and confirmed: clerk's office .____.__.___..__.___ 13.11E. before the county commissioners at their
j: Dr.Amory,of Boston;arrived Monday.He L. Brady, merchandise for jail.2.85 this week of the road .
meeting as one
-N of the with their recitationswho as justice of the for District No. 14 committee.Mr. .
Fruit Protection company. any pupils peace A. A.Stewart trans record cir. court 20.00J.
will come to her out of school hours. for $500, was examined and approved.On P. Brown, waiting on 12.00J. Woodward launched his new boat '

6.. Mrs. L. C., Hull, of Starke, ,and ,her motion the bond of D. L. Gaulden, M. Osban, bailiff "16.". 2.50 Wednesday, and is now having his photograph b
Mrs. Stearns postmaster of The little folks of the kindergartenhave M. S Jones,jr., bailiff 3.75
daughter '
TA ,
'T r collected about for notary public in the sum of $500, was J. P. Brown sum. spec. ven. 2135 gallery painted. W. R. Knox is
Butler in'Titusville.Mr. some specimens
are visiting examined and "
approved.On B. Lynch, trans. evi 68.25 doing the work.
; .,R. L. Motlow has erected a handsome which they are studying, among them motion a permit was granted to W. .. stenographer 10.00H. "

sign in front of his saloon this week. leaves and flowers of various kinds I P. Anders to catch a manatee cow in the &"W. B. Drew" Co., clerk's supplies 4.72 Mr. Geo. F. Miles, of St. Augustine, ;
fruit etc. supplies co. court 31.79J. arrived here yesterday to attend a meeting ;
j. His new galvanized awning is also com I waters of Brevard county for scientific M. Sanders, coroner's inquest______ 300 of the stockholders of the McFarland

'i r. .i\t. pleted.Mr. Dr. Dixon, of the school board, and purposes.On B. Herndon, constable ** __..__ 3.00 Fruit Protection
Mims into Prof. Moon's Jas. Paine .... 1.00 company.
Supt. came room motion it was .ordered that --
1, : W. H. English arriyed from Jacksonville I *' _____.
and witnesses 8.00
New lines in 1901 bicycles will be re-
for a short time Wednesday afternoon.We Warner be continued for another monthon
; A Wednesday on business connected Wm. Hindle coffin for pauper _..___ 10.00L.
ceived in a few days by The Florida Cycle '
would like to have them visit us the list.
; > i'h with the'McFarland Fruit Protection pauper C. Branning, telegram cir. court 2.91 '
,< often and see the work done in the different On motion the answers of 'the Florida Ind. River hotel board jury 1300 ,. company. Lighter frames, small tubing

o ,company departments. in in the H.C. Yowell, ferryman_..__.. .___ 10.00 will be the go this year. .
; If have anything want to dis- delegation congress regard to. D. Cain, ferryman_...._....____.._ 6.00
you you improvement of Cape Canaveral harborwas Melbourne State bank into on war'nts 25.02 We note that Mr. Hadley is about
There will be valentine the
pose of advertise it in THE STAR. You a party on received as information.On Pauper list___..___..____._________ 147.00S again, having nearly recovered from the.
will be surprised how the returns will afternoon of St. Valentine's day given in marl land.200.00
motion the payroll of witness fees Singleton, purchase severe injuries he sustained by falling
-, come in. the kindergarten room at 2:30 o'clock. :M. Goldsmith, making deed ___..____ 5.00
; paid out at the extra session of the circuit the railroad wharf short while
fish .__ through a
Ford and warden 40.00J.
Miss Bryan would like to see all of the A. A. game
: : Mr. J. R. Walker has enclosed his The children are now court, amounting to $135.50, was examined N. Waller, coo. to invest.. road ma. 15.00 ago. I
j place in North'Titusville with a brand parents present. and approved.On C. T.McCarty, M 15.00J.
making valentines for each other and Among the prominent legal lights of
0. Fries, superintendent of roads. 74.23L.
fence and is other improvements motion the financial statement of
:. new making dropping them in a box to be opened at N. Osborn, road work ..__.?...._. 2.50 our state who were in town this week
'Vv: Mr.,Davis is doing the work. that time. Brevard couniy for the year 1900 was examined Al Wilson -----..---_ 6.00 were Messrs. J. C. Cooper and R. H. '

i_ Dr. and Mrs. Houghton expect to leave and ordered to be printed in THE FIRST DISTKICT. Liggitt, of Jacksonville, and Louis C.

: with the, Dentos next Monday or Tuesday THE WHITE STORE. FLORIDA STAR. Bond Lumber Co., lumber for bridges 3.18J. Massey, of Orlando.Mr. .
the launch Eau Gallic, Capt. Geo. On motion the road report of J. 0. M endel, road work and wagon hire 10.50J.
.. We guarantee better goods for less Fries and E. L. Glutch was received and B. Frenaley, haul. lumber & work 2.50L. T. T. Stockton, business manager,
;r- Gleason, will tow the houseboat to Palm money than any house in the county. and notices ordered to be Griffis jr. account contract _..____ 40.00J. and Major Peabody, traveling representative

Beach.A W. J. CRAYFOBD.Fort approved t d .....,. WI'inrv' frh liinr. .McCrorey, road work _.__.__....__ 25.00 of the Times-Union and Citizen..
pos attuiuiug iu 1"n
large amount of local items are On motion the report of J. M. Sanders, SECOND DISTRICT. were in town the early part of the week

crowded out this week on account ofcommissioner's Pierce Incorporated.At justice of the peace-he having collected J. Bobinson. act. contract No. 12___ 150.00 before the board of county commission
proceedings, annual financial $26 as fines and paid the same over to the C. B. Sanders, building bridge...___ 5.00 ers. .
'. statement, road report, etc. a meeting of the registered votersof '
county treasurer-was approved.The FOURTH DISTRICT. Messrs. A. T. Harris and Shern.anAmes

i; t Mr. E. B. Sembler has given up the Fort Pierce Saturday, February 2, that H. bond of T. J. De Steuben for $500 S. F. Gibbs repair bridge & lumber_ 18.09 made a hunting trip to Black point

barrel making business, on account of inability place was incorporated as a town. for road work was examined and ap .. building road to Ind. fields 125.00 Saturday with Capt. Simonson in the
G. Branson Called the meeting for incorporation Fee &Stewart, wire and freight __.._ 6.45
to secure material just now, and proved.On sloop Why Not, returning Sunday after
and James Andrewswas and hardware 5.25
'r will go into the fish business with Mr. T. to order, motion it was ordered that $99 be paint noon. They would not say how many

B. Hicks. elected chairman. The following tranferred from the F. & F. fund to theprisoners' FIFTH .DISTRICT.E. alligators they killed.
officers were elected according to >the T. Glutch, fencing road__....____ 2.0) ,
Mr.W. R. Knox returned home last state law: Mayor, A. C. Dittmar; Alder. fund. W. Frantz ac. contract No. 22______.. 75.00T. Venerable Archdeacon B. F. Brown

Friday (from Bridgeport, Fla., where he men* L. L. Carlton, F. M. Tyler, A. Y. On motion the bond of B. W. Miller J.DeSteuben, ac. road at Jensen __ 100.00 has been suffering some weeks with a
for for road work examined and
!"" went several weeks ago to serve in the W. Hogg, D. L. Alderman and P. P. $900 was I SPECIAL. severe'attack of the grippe and has been .
capacity of engineer for the Cypress Tank approved.On I B.J. LaBoche. bal. contract No. 1043.00 unable to leave his residence for
Cobb. Henry Klopp was elected clerk, many
motion the report of the counly B. W. Miller,ac. Ft. Drum bridge.200.00 .
company. Knox thinks there's no place treasurer and assessor; collector and J P. Brown, feeding prisoners____.__ 125.00A. days. We hope with a change of milder i'
for licenses issued the month
like TitnsviUtyet.. marshal, D. S. Carlton. These officersare judge during A. Stewart, crim. pros. cir. court __ 7.85 weather he will soon recover his health. -I.
I of January was examined and approved.The J. P. Brown, ." _.. 82.75A. .,
LOST-:- ilver badge, signal service, well known throughout the county. report of M. Hardee, justice of the A.Stewart, crim. pros. co. court.384 Mr. Alexander Hart, professional piano >

U. S. A., two crossed flags with torch in peace-having collected $9 in fines and J.P. Brown, --- 108.40 I I tuner for Ludden & Bates S. M. H, was .

center the letters S. S. U. S. A. on ribbon com.collection fines_..__ 6.91 in town Wednesday and from here is
OAK HILL. turned the over to the ,
same county
M. Goldsmith, conviction fees.._____ 5.00
surrounding flags in front. Name Dr. Kinney has come down from Or- treasurer-was examined and approved.The J. E. Andrews, ......__ 1000J. doing work in Qocoa and Rockledge this .i
0. S. N. Cone on back. Return to this of the tax collector for poll P. Brown crim. pros. J. of P. court 59.20 week. While in town Mr. Hart selected -
Bar report
mond, and is stopping at Mr. H. S. .
office and get reward. ker's. taxes amounting to $23, collected during Witnesses 3.00 a Crescent bicycle for his use at different
p Herndon
the month of January was examinedand u.. places on the east coast. He will also
It stated within the of S. S. Jones, 1.10J. .
was a Rev. J. Patillo of Port Orange held
approved.On VI. Sanders. 4.14A. visit Jensen and vicinity.
STAR that of amateur .
reporter some our services in the Congregational church "
P. Gore, witness" .50
sailors had an experience of what some Saturday night. motion a permit was granted to M. M. Hardee, crim. pros___..__.._____ 2.62 We notice that Judge Jones' law officeis

... would term a sail boat capsize Sunday, J. Tucker to catch a manatee cow in the Witnesses, _...____...___ 1.00 most becomingly attired in a new coat
which in its most favorable construction, Mr. W. C. Howes and Mr. W. L. waters of Brevard county for scientific M. G. Ellis. crim. pros_____........:_ 17.00C. of paint. The judge that the work
Gause went to DeLand Monday, return T. Conkling, crim. pros____. ....__ 2.58 .
might be regarded as a spill and a purposes.On was done quite unbeknown to him, probably -
ing Tuesday with a new horse, purchased motion the report of the clerk of On motion it was ordered that the ttaken
swamped boat as the result instead. by some of his friends who have
bv Mr.. Howes. to take the place of _Billv. the court for hnnt.inw TVArmiha. O'I'lInt.-1 S. sheriff have the roofs of the jail and, 'n" .j
--- --- -- -- ---- ---- -- O&A.''' g -- --- --
-J n-J- $ t' advantage ot nis recent absence to .
The county treasurer's report for that clerk's i ; office painted.On i :
C. Graham and A. W. McOberts and the
other counties to have it attended "to.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moran, of Wau-
portion of January under Mr. Boye's administration amount turned over to the county treas- motion it was ordered that J. Men-
Ill. have arrived for the winter He appreciates the same very highly,
keegan, ,
from Jan. 8th to Feb. 1st
del attend the meeting of county com
urer, was approved.On and deem such modest of his
. and have rented rooms from Mrs. F. M. we a way
has been held over.for publication until i motion permits were granted to the missioners to be held in JacksonvilleFeb.
I friends showing their esteem of
Coleman, and are expecting Mr.and Mrs. worthy
week of and in
next on space or- to 19th.
Pothoff to them following persons carry repeatingrifles mention in these columns.In .
join shortly.Mr.
der to save, composition. The form used : C. L. Childs, Winchester No. On motion it was ordered that a bridgebe

this week gives the report of ex-Treasur and Mrs. T. B. Allen and Miss S. 104,150, cabibre 38-56; W. R. Campbell, built across Crane creek, and that the the case of the supposed drowningof

er Henry up to the time of his turningover J. Seaver left Wednesday on the yacht Winchester No. 143,459, calibre 38-44. superintendent of roads be instructed to J. T. Price, his- wife has been appointed .

to his successor. Mallard, C. T. Gaines pilot, for a cruise On motion the board received the report make specifications and call for bids. administrator and the fish business in

Col. H. J. Tiffin, of Courtenay, came down Indian river, which will be delightful of the committee on road-making The board adjourned to meet again the his name here, and at Fort Pierce,'under

"' up to Titusville last Friday against a at this time of the year. material, with their opinion that said first Monday in .March.Treasurer's the firm name of Price & Gladwin, is !

heavy head wind in a fish boat as far asBnrn Married, Jan. 30th, at the residence of report contained the most feasible solution continued without interruption. County :

'8 hammock, then walked the rail Mr. J. D. Palmer, Camp Casa-laga, Mr. of the road question.See Statement.JANUARY Judge Penney appointed Mrs. Price administrator

road track six miles to town. He had Ira W. Hatch, formerly of Oak Hill, and [ Report on page 5.] 8, 1901. last week. Mr. Paul Puck t

been informed that the board of county Mrs. Elizabeth Walters, of Logansport, The board on motion appointed the Balance cash on hand Jan. 1,1901. $ 3046.49 has charge of the business in Titusville,

commissioners met the 1st inst., but on Ind. Our best wishes go with them. following committee, C. McCarty and Amount'received in Jan., 1901___ 465.36 I and Mr. R. R. Gladwin, as partner, at

arriving here and learning it was the first J. N. Waller, to secure option on the said Total$3,511.85Less Fort Pierce.Last ..

Monday, returned home via train to recommendation in view thereof or any Saturday was Mr. Doersch's last tt'
BANYAN. amount paid in Jan., 1901,
Faustina, and appeared before the board similar land with similar advantages.On warrants delivered to county commissioners day with his carousal, or merrygoround.Monday .
this week on Monday.The Shipments of beans have slacked up motion the report of John Henry, and board of public instruction the outfit was taken down, and '

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some. __ $ 704.10 '
the treasurer to Jan. uu -- he left with
it for
Wilbur property, located in South outgoing county up I Tuesday The

Titusville, which has been occupied by There will be an entertainment at the 8th, 1901, was received, examined and Balance cash on hand Jan. 8,1901. 2807.75 first ten days of his stay here he did a

Rev. J. A. Hughes and family for over a close of the Banyan school. approved and ordered to be filed; the I This amount is accounted for as follows most excellent business, and Saturday

balance at that date, 2087.75, was shownto night the carousal was steadily patronizeduntil
year past, was sold Monday at special A party of young ladies from here 1 :
master's sale under foreclosure proceedings went to the beach recently and caught a have been turned over to the new Cash paid to F. H.Boye,county treasurer a late hour. Mr. Doersch was much

and was bid in by Mr. Geo. M. Rob- 'possum, not the striped, odoriferous treasurer, F. H. Bore, as evidenced by I Jan. 8, 1901, as per his receipt pleased with the town. lIe is also an excellent J
his report attached to said report. delivered to county commissioners$2S07.75Balances cornetist, and played with Indian .
the Mr. that
b.ins, attorney for complainant, quadruped are so numerous over 1
1. made his belonging to each fund are as River band at their Monday ,-i
monthly practice meet
"'. W. Kenyan, of Smithtown Branch, there. The county treasurer I follows ..

f! N. Y., for $1,000. The property is con The Tei Jen Grocery Co., of Savannah, report on the different funds of the I County.. :revenue, general fund ..uu$ .55 night. .

ceded well worth this money, as it cost Ga., is anxious to find the shipper of 3 county, which was examined and ap- .. road and bridge "" __uu 8.00 Capt. S. D. Bradwell, president of the
something like $4,000 about ten or twelve boxes oranges and 1 box grapefruit, received proved. J. N. Waller and R. A. Conklingwere .. fine building and forfeiture _u. 10.83 2.75 Georgia State Normal school at Athens,

:' years ago.Tuesday. Nov. 2nd, 1900. The owner of appointed a committee to destroythe 11 feeding prisoners uu.uu. 35.18 Ga., is still at Sharps enjoying himself ,

was the first and only day this fruit can get returns by notifying the The warrants committee turned having over done by the so were treasurer.dis- I "11 sp'l.. r'd.. f d.., Dist.2.. 5 ''99 99 levy u ______ 2,576.93 3.18 and improving in health and weight.

that the searchforthebodyof above or P. A. Mc .. .. .. The captain meets many old friends who
since last Friday morning grocery company charged. The treasurer also had a certificate 11" 200 ___ 6.12
of this 11.. are glad to meet him and who he remembers
Millan 120.27
J. T. Price was given up place. I his 500 u
attache.i to report showing that
warden .___ 40.00 pleasantly these 20 odd years since
bv the fishermen. Some of them started tHa Halonr>.aa..... were de sited .in.. the India n .. game I
IIUv u..u. po property 01 deceased persons: lie was here among them. hiss Pauline, -
out Tuesday morning, but the terrific ROSELANU. River State bank. fund_____._ _____-_______ 1.80 his Miss Ida Bowie ., t
1. much for their boats to fund 2.14 daughter; secretary
norther was too Mrs. Herndonat The following bills were passed and ordered school u..uu
Miss C. Cain visiting and stenographer of the school; Miss Va. i
and it was foolhardiness to I
beat against, Micco. to be paid: Total-...__-_..__ $2,807.75 leria Frazier and Mr. Fred Orr, members t 1
continue the attempt. The launch Lady
chartered Saturday by the fish Mr. T. S. Drake, of New Rochelle, N. .T.Mendel county commissioner --___ 440 JOHN HENRY, of the faculty, accompany him. All are I
May was J. R. Walker county commissioner 4.00 Treasurer.
-- ex-County deightedwith the river fruit and climate 1
Y. is here for the season.
ermen and made several trips across Morris W. II. Sharpe county commissioner._ 7.00 I
t bay. The bay has been dotted with We noticed Messrs. B. F. Hardesty, H. R. A. Conkling, county commissioner 12.60 GASOLINE ENGINES. and all are improved in health. :,1 j

sailing craft every day except Tuesday, B.,Howard and R. L. Roberts, of Sebas- J.M.X.Goldsmith Waller, county prosecuting commissioner attorney-_-_ 23.40 7.7025.63i Illustrated folder free. Address W. P. BOAT FOR SALE. 1.

but as yet, the search has been unavailing. tian, in town during the week. J. E.Andrews -- I U ERWOOD, Agt., Roseland, Fla.
D. L. Gaulden salary county judge_ 6.66 I Nearly flat-bottomed cat boat, about 20
SUGAR MILL FOR SALE. Mr. W. P. Underwood, finding his I A.D. Penny, u .... -- 18.34 FOK SALE. feet long, thoroughly overhauled and rebuilt I

s agency for the Gray engine required all Brevard Co. State. bank, int. on war. 36.59 I Second hand surveyor's transit, with with new sail, just the boat for
t With evaporating pan, suitable for a of his time, has resigned as postmasterand Ind.River ** ** ** 3357 I tripod. Would exchange for camera. cruising the Indian river. Can be seen t
form of 100 to 200 acres. Apply to ice- .._. ...... 2.05 :
T.T. Wetmore address G. STAR at this place. Address S. STAR i
a express agent. Mr. F. W. White I For further particulars care
H. J. TIFFIN, J. Mendel, copying minutes-____..._ 5.00 office.
*- i. Courtenay, Fla. will be his successor. writing for board_.---..__ 2.00 I office, Titusville. -
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"2.? 't! t'l, THE ,FLORIDA,STAR,:, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1901. ;

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a &+t I' : ,GENERAL.[ .DIBECTOEYiSOCIETIES meJits-iof'these aborigines ton LakeMaratibo Forewa' ld PEOFES3ION1L c! IS'

"" + ,- ,occupying .the, ,same :sites ;,: M. BOBBINS,
:..! 'i"'>, ; f ,ETC.: 'oj as'did: their ancestors,'when first discovered "' GEORGE '; 3t'3a'

: :E; c' 'TTTUSYILLE.BOAED{OF TRADE-M." by the Spaniards four centuries Forearmed ATTOBNET.AND CQUNSSLOB: AT LAW, Nc

:;t 1J;=) .: ,Bobbins,presidentJ. M.Dixon,treasurer!. ago. 'They, dwell apart from.all Will practice in State arid United States id ,r.ti .
flf o: ,:'y; ; G.Bast,secretary.; Meets second Wednesday I I The liability to disease is greatly Courts. l crop
: night in each month at their Office at Titusville, Florida.fc. ?
; ,. rooms.f1" lessened when the blood is in good con- V&CflA

} '. :F.&A.M. Indian Elver lodge;No.90, holds dition; and the circulation healthy and L. GAULDEN" $ } lyf,

.!::' : its meetings the second and fourth Friday vigorous. For then all,refuse matteris ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW W, c'g 4G Igrowtwithotr
t" :;; evenings of each month at the court house. promptly carried out of,the system; S

ff ,: A.A.Stewart, W.M.;'F.A.Morgan,Setfy. e l otherwise it would rapidly accumulate TrrusviLLE, .- FLORIDA. i'

.. :,',,'. ,.4''' 1. TOWN DIRECTORY. -fermentation would,take place, the County judge of Brevard county. Will practice ?! "' Potash
(t;' <' ', blood become polluted and the constitution in all the courts of the 7th judicial circuit -
,; : TOWN OFFf CEBS.-. D.,Penney,mayor; % of FloridaDUNCAN \
:-: <. M.So Jones Jr;marshal and tax collector; / .,weakened. that a simple' 41rSuppl\ }

S ii 11< ,;:' c.S. Schuyler, clerk and treasurer; John / malady might result seriously. U. FLETCHER, I.' Pot .
D L.Gaulden, F. A. Los- enough
$ Henry, assessor -A healthy active circulation means>
J1:" leyJM Dixon, G. F, Daren,Jno.B Walker / good digestion and strong, healthy ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, ash and
.'> :, '< .. ,councilmen. The council meets first k ; your

: "" t-, :'each month. nerves. .... ACKSONVtLLE, FLORIDA. ,: \\ profits will b(
5 > 'I As a blood purifier and tonic S.S.S. t

;K U" i'4' ,. r' COUNTY DIRECTORY. has no equal. It is the safest and best c 4 t without
t ,; "'. COUNTY OFFICERS D.Penney, Titus- remedy for old ';;; ;.<,':, :" ville, county,judge;Jas. Andrews, Titus- because it contains no minerals, but is ATTOENEY-AT-LAW, Potash your
: vile prosecuting attorney A. A. Stewart r roots FLORIDA.
made exclusively of and herbs. TITUSVILLE, -
Titusville, clerk circuit court; J.F. Woot- will be
en,Cocoa, tax assessor;E.W.Hall Sharpes / No other,remedy so thoroughly and Prosecuting attorney for Brevard county. crop
N tax collector F. H. Boye, Titusville, effectually cleanses the blood of imSSS Notary public. Will practice in all courts o( "scrubby."

treasurerB.E.Mims,Bonaventure.'superintendent 4 purities. Atthe the; state. .-
Our books, telling about composition of fertilizer
- public instruction; J. 0. Fries,Ti-
-. time it builds for all free all fanners.
same test adapted crops are to
tusville, county surveyor; J. P. Brown,Ti- A. D. PENNEY, ..
tusville,sheriff;T.J.'Cockshutt, LaGrange, up the weak and de- GERMAN KALI WORKS,
ATTOBXEY-AT-LAW, Nassau St., New York. r
bilitated and
registration officer.\ renovates -

Titusville,chairman;W.H.Sharpe Sharpes; From a rasp shot.. tem. It cures permanently all mannerof Will practice in the courts of the 7th.ju- Grafted and BuddedOrallgTrees
_ '- MendelLaGrange; B.A.Conkling,Till. LAKE DWELLERS 07 MARACAIBO. blood and skin troubles.Mr. dicial circuit.

f man J. N.Waller Ankona. Regular sessigns .E. E. Kelly,of Urbana,0.,writes
first other individuals shunning white men
held Monday in each month.
. are "I had Eczema on my hands and face for JAMES ANDREWS,
." J andIndians alike but they are mild :five years. it would break out in little
. i, COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. Dixon, In manner and frequently come to the white pustules, crusts would form and ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
;- :''-'' Titusville; B.. N. Andrews Cocoa; C. P. drop off,leaving the skin red and infiam-
:'0 3" .' Platte Fort Pierce. settlements to trade. The huts in ed. The doctors did me no good. I used Main office and address Tibbals, Florida
" I which they live' are ,perched six or all the medicated soaps and salves without Office at Fort Pierce, Fla., upon the 2nd and
benefit. 8.8.8..cured me, and my skinis
: eight feet above the water and are as clear and smooth as one's." 4th Fridays of each month
t1; ., I THOSE O [ FIERY YENEZUELBNS. any Notary Public, State at Large.F. .
,r reached by rudely constructed ladders. Mrs. Henry Siegfried,of Cape May N.
. J.,says that twenty-one bottles of S. S. S.
,.\." The lake dwellers are scarcely more BOO EACH: :
"> :. cured her of Cancer of the breast. Doc- J. WEBB, ,
-' ,Something About the People of the Bellig civilized today than were their ancestors tors and friends thought her case hope-
erent Little Republic. whom Vespucci found here 400 Richard T. Gardner, Florence S. C., Grape Fruit,

a : Special Correspondence of The Florida Star. years ago.. although they have adopted suffered for years with Boils. Two bot- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
: J: "' the, language of their conquerors the tles of S. 8. 8. put his blood in good condition Will practice in the courts of the 7th ju- Tangerine '
and the Boils
LA GTTAYBA Jan. 22.-Venezuela is a"chesty" disappeared.
.- which well dicial circuit.
r' "' Spanish; they speak as as Send for free book and write Homosassa
and belligerent little'nationr our ,
their have however taken ,
I own. They ,
' little as compared to the older nations rather kindly to some of the vices of our Medical physicians advice free.about your case. M.D.. L. DODSON, Parson Brown, .

:! of the world in the matter of population civilization. JOSEPH L. MORTON.
; ,: ( 'and political Influence, but by no Dentist.Office ,

! #? means insignificant in ;territory and The merited reputation for curing piles, at residence, first door south of the Ruby,
', natural resources-and-the Venezuelans sores and skin diseases acquired by De- The roots of a hill of corn will spreadover county jail. Only first class work, St. Michael
: fi\,- Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, has led to the an area six feet in diameter and at greatly reduced prices. ,

::: ):" are exceedingly tenacious as to what making of worthless counterfeits. Be penetrate into the soil to a depth of over TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Majorca

,', E;.,:, they consider their rights. They manage sure to get only. DeWitt's Salve. Wilson four feet. It is thus easy to understand ,

Ji..>: to keep up a, pretty continuous & Son. Jaffa
. why corn acts as it does when it is planted ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ,
. i'-:, fight among'themselves which attracts too thick. Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day Mandarin

i""l- little attention from the outside,world, Where Ignorance Is Bliss.-Mistress of April, 1901,or as soon thereafter as I can be ,.

:1I. but how' and then they have run (astounded-You can't read, Norah? Glad Tidings to Asthma Suft'erers.Foley's heard, I will apply to the county judge of and Du Roi Blood

i against some big nation like Great Good Gracious! How did you ever learnto Brevard county for a final settlement of my
i 1-- Honey and Tar gives quick and accounts and my discharge as administratorof on 5 and 6 year old sour
cook well? New Cook.-Shure
; so the estate of John Hetherington.
positive relief. It is the great remedyfor orange stock 4 to 5, and
\t .:' mum, Oi lay it t' not bein' able t' rade diseases of the respiratory organs like A. C. DITTJIAB, Administrator.Oct. 5 to 7 feet,well branched
: 26, 1900
.. th' cook-books. trees
'- ";: ; asthma, bronchitis and hoarseness.It .

;, : .':-'.., Dyspeptlciile at $35 $40 and $50 per 100.
is related of Midas that whatever he

'if"i;:: Expells the noxious germs of dyspepsiafrom touched turned to gold; nowadays if you Order samples and be :.;
" : ; the system, absolutely cures the convinced of their value.
:; will
:" ,' but touch some men with gold they 1
c disease and the stomach to furnish .
: < causes
Supply of these
turn to anything.-Chicago Daily Xews. large
healthy blood for tissue and nerve build- > &EDS trees Halted as above.

\ ing. Dyspepticide thus differs from other.
It Hits the Spot.
remedies. Wilson & Son. O. w. CONNER

When suffering from a severe cold and Ferry's Seeds are
- Either Way.-"There is no doubt," your throat and lungs feel sore, take a known the country over as Ocklawaha, Florida. ..

remarked the humorist, "that Washington dose, of Foley's Honey and Tar, when can the be most bought.reliable Don Seeds't save that* "

;,; is a capital city to go to.-"And the soreness will be at once relieved, a nickel on cheap seeds and lose a >
:"- warm grateful feeling and healing of the dollar on the harvest.
there is doubt remarkad the
equally no parts affected will be experienced and S. 1901 Seed Annual free. Hodgson Bros.t

-r other man, "that it is a capital city to you will say: "It feels so good. IT HITS D. M. FERRY & CO.,
leave.-Cleveland Plain Dealer.consumption. Detroit Mich.
,) THE SPOT. Guaranteed. Wilson & GEXEKAL !
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/ Success.-"Par is all kinds an' degreeso'

success," said Uncle Eben. "Wif 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE -Eau Gallie, Fla.
otne folks it is amassin' fortunes an' rul-

.. : S in' countries an' wif yuthurs it's jes' Dry Goods Clothing :
."<,. keepin' out o' jail.-Washington Star. a

is destruction of lung by a l BOOTS 4AD SHOES,

It Girdles the Globe. t
From a map shot.VENT5UELAN'
'' .FAMILY AND ROME growing germ, precisely as The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, as PAIATS AND OILS, ETC

the best in the world, extends round the TRADE MARKS .x
:' Britain or the United States and have moldy cheese is destructionof earth. It is1 the one perfect healer of DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Steam Launch for Charter. 't"SearchLight"

,f put up a bold and blustering front, but. Ac. ,
;. cuts, corns, burns, bruises, sores, scald:, "-
- r like Davy Crockett's coon have comedown cheese by a growing germ.If boils, ulcers) felons, aches, pains, and all quickly Anyone ascertain sending oar a sketch opinion and free description whether may an 'ji

,. ", before there was any shoot ins. skin eruptions. Only infallible pile cure. invention 19 probably patentable. Communications
. I kill the strictly confidential. Handbook on Patentssent i i
.. :. Venezuela is just now all wrought up you germ, you 2oc a box at Wilson & Son's and J. n.Screven's. free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
: over the asphalt concessions the details the consumption., You 1 tpecial notice without charge,in the BICYCLE LANTERNS.
: stop
t-y:: t and status'of which have no doubt

.: 1:' been made familiar to American readers can or can't, according to The value of the chicle, the basis of Scientific JfttKiicati. GAS AND OIL. ;
" :" long before this time as well as the chewing gum, that is produced in Mexico A"handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest dr-
culation of scientific journal. Terms |3
any a
;:.' t more or less warlike developments as when you begin. is three times as great as that of the year: four months,$L Sold by nil newsdealers. Every one knows our Oil Lantern" .

Jt: they have progressed both here and at Take Scott's Emulsion of country's present rubber product. MURK' & CO.361Broadwar, New York i .

: Caracas. Though the feeling is Branch Office 625 F 8U Washington D.C.
very o _______.. BURNS GAS, .
Intense, made especially so by the Blown to Atoms. .
presence -
Cod Liver Oil : take a littleat _
here of United States warships The old idea that the body sometimes .
=- the trouble la likely to blow over as first. needs a powerful, drastic, purgative pill i EARGH ;

, have other complications and an am- has been exploded; for Dr. King's New SY 1. _
Icableadjustment It Life Pills, which are perfectly harmless, '" !' -
: finally reached. However acts as a "J.l I'G'H ---.
there gently stimulate liver and bowels to expel "
are interesting things about '
Venezuela besides the a food ; it is the poisonous matter, cleanse: the system <:.
asphalt beds and and sick
absolutely cure constipation
: though those of Bermudez are doubtless easiest food. headache. Only L'dc. at Wilfon & Son's t

,,7 the most extensive and valuable in ( II- and J. B. Screven's drug store. 1 L ,
Seems be
the world thus far discovered. r not to a + r \
The Venezuelans and by that I mean 'I 1 iirtl; food ; makes you Minerva Yes, he and I had a delightful 4 I
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the governing element are In the main i' conversation last night and the
lF .1!
, : descendants of the Spaniards, though a ;". ,t JE hungry ; eating theme was love! Diana-Indeed? Minerva t .
good deal of Indian blood has been ;$ tlJH;
a M f is comfortable. -Y es. We were discussing whether -
mingled with the Spanish strain. Theyare N love is subjective .
-I: or ohjectiw.l'm'k.What
kind hearted, generous and courteous ; You grow strongThesfenuinehas TRADE MARK
f< people, though proud and self cy
this picture on it, er. Take more a Prominent Krntuckiau Say.
,.: willed and are credited with being take no other. '
stubborn W. L. Yancy, Paducah, writes: I hada
. fighters. Venezuela main not too much ; enough is as severe case of kidney disease and threeof BALKE'SWHISKEY Our Gas Lantern Surmounts
, tains'on a fcoting of
peace an army
the best physicians:: of southern Kentucky :!- all difficulties -
about 10.000 men but, in case of war much as like and
you agrees treated me without success. I was heretofore common to lanterns
the effective force can be raised to G0,- induced -
to Fole
try "s Kidney Cure. The LIVE OAK
: 000. Though Venezuela has several with you. Satisfy hunger first bottle gave immediate relief and acetylene*.'-

yr important ports on the Caribbean sea three bottles cured me permanently. I An Innovation
with usual food whateveryou
and various ; gladly recommend this wonderful
x'- navigable rivers among. reme-
Wilson The "WislbMB11! Bracket.
dy. &
- them the great Orinoco her navy and like and agreesvith you.
/'- shipping amount to practically nothing.

' The Indians form about ninetenthsof When you are strong' A Chinese newspaper announces the The Bridgeport Brass Co..

the population of Venezuela. They discovery:: of 200 debatable points in con- SOFTENED BY ACE. Bridgeport, Conn

-ii- are freqnently seen In the cities and again, have recovered your nection with the acceptance of the peace 19 MURRAY STREET,
conditions. This ought to hold the situ- NEW YORK CITY.
1 larger towns but they dwell mainly Awarded Gold Medal
In huts made of palm leaves In small strength---the germs are ation for a century or two. at Atlanta Exposition
villages along the streams remote from dead killed them.
s the settlements of the whites and half ; you'have Millions of people are familiar with Is the best and purest All concerned take notice that Joseph P. .

: breeds. Each family has its little garden DeWitt's Little Early Risers, and those and Brown, as sheriff of Brevard county, Florida,
If-you have not tried it, send who Rye Whiskey sold ex-officio administrator of the estate of
<< devoted chiefly to raising cassava for free sample, its agreeable use them find them to be famous Ephriam F. Adams, deceased, has filed his

1- roots, upon which they depend almost taste will surprise you. Son.little liver pills. Never gripe. Wilson. & in the South. suggestions in writing of the insolvency of
the estate of said
' 4 for food deceased. Therefore all
; entirely apart from what they
persons'having claims
1 ; get by hunting and fishing. SCOTT Chemists& BOWNE, O.a.S 'X' 0 R.A.. R. F. BALKE & CO. Proprietors hereby required to appear against and said file them estate pro are

'ii: Most Interesting of all the Indians of 409 Pearl St. New York. Bear the The Kind You Have Always Bought perly authenticated in the court of the county
CINCINNATI, U. S. A. judge on or before the 7th
I ,. Venezuela are the Guajiros or lake day of June A

-.. t dwellers. There are several settle- 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. Sigutue of # #. Orders mailed to our bud office win bo A.D.D.1901 1900.Ordered the 6th L. GAULDEN of December

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County Judge. li

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f\l1f\ l I (S OF fltlr( N D1PLD 1t1'l : the"Mrncifl'7 now,on his tather's'statr! pt1 (tiJ' ,embas'Bjihere. but''Is FLORIDA, EAST'- COAST 'RY.Time < :>

,'\ -l. '! '*lm : >The oldest. d : .
*-% .M iulateT' $;"Calderon's ;arid. Cajvo's:Lively. : otft BenorajLioz de) .
:. 'Hoc t ,.'t.
ehold Yonnpl .
; ,of r$ t;:- whose-liusband'dled. :.
Special Corr pondenoe of.The'Florida agoshe!s young.-" ,. Table > 30.' In Effect Jan.28 1001. )
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GTOR: t ; English_ well,,but with I. _. ;)
1V ; Feb, -Te domestic Inmost charming. : SOUTH BOUNDRead( JJo\V .) ,. Read Upl NORTH BOUND. : \,
r ; r of .the diplomatic corps Is .one*o! liberal edl catlon-and NaU No.37 NO. l N...s9 Na23: No.22 'NoSo- SCHEDULE.NO.TB NO.I4| OL2Saily No.5tej NO 32 NO8S'Ao 44llOaJlUOa 'NO. NaU
(the lnterestlngaAd Daily Daily Daily Daily' Daily Daily Daily. MAINLINE. Daily! Daily aily Daily Daily Daily .
attractive features femintaj' p'l( exM exMo exiu
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I lot the ,social side of'ashinato n;' and ;,
sister- Senorita 400p500p 300p 230p "'S25p '7 60s 225p206p 940a1030a Lv,.,.. Jacksonville.,...,...Ar 700p 725p 9 Sop 820a lU 12 '10 tea 10 20a627a lOOp
;. nJnfonnal J visit' to the home;of."almostjany Bt111.ahoolglrl, 4 0up 3 00p 925p930p 850a855a .125. AY..... St. Augustine.:....Lv 550p 625p 855p8aOp 7 sa 9 00a 9 20a 1200a ,
; of the' 13OP1U55a LV..V,. St. Anustme..Ar'S43p 62Jp: 715a .: $
diplomats Is a charm :and of agShe'iS a' Pail Daily. ...... .... 1127allloa ........ Hastings .......,.Lv Slip .. .. ...... ...... 4aaiSatlDa'd"ear-i). .
I Makes local
: : stops
a delight As a rule. the welcome anBuffetdesr"101. .... :
East .
Ismost 933a138p Palatka 458p 543p42op 810p
in her studIes and is
; cordial 'and a By. 1129p l\H\ ; 319p1 lOop :::::... Ormond....:...... : 3 4Up 4 oi.'P 656p64Gp 5(&ries ear.F. Ea By.. Buffet Ptr
tty hospitality generous ,the ... .. .... far
tering1 English 1139p 1052a1205a 117p127p .... Daytona..4.... 329p 458a -.
r : I .and.. open- _handed. This Is notably ture and C. t.. I 80nl1at.. .... .... 337p 14 ......Port Orange......... 3l9p 4 lip ...... ..... Nci 7"liiaal sad Hauai Sped*! 1.
true of the Sto llloa1257a : S&P11.t.p ,...New Smyrna........ 3OOp 356p1213p 620p: 432a45Sp Compose4Dezcluaively .
representatives of our sister toms. She Is a and carries' ". .... ....... ... 211p! .. .........Oak Hill..........." ..iI7p ...... .....-. ...U' Buffet of Pai-F. t
: republics who vestibule Buffet : ....... E.C.By.vestibule -
now form a. more Important ladies', school 05" """"Titusville.- 201P0-I'p 5 S89alorCari. "
', young ....... 1238p1250p 516p "*p ** ...*..**.*Cocoa .....*..*..* ** 125p 23Sp225p ..0.. P&iSengersforthiJl
part' of the diplomatic colony Among the, foreign : aai Hasan Special 183a 5lp! 3 asp ........'Rockled e..........." l lOp .4..5p 302a train must provide themselves .
i than ever before. .At all of these' legajtlons attract (Sally.! ) 12ap 54ilp1'loo. ........Ea Galhe........... 128p 14&p 4 > with Parlor Car ticket :
( particular, exclusively of.-........ ,5 24p H ........Melbourne.; ....... 138p1030a 424p p..inadditiontoregu1arpassage.... :
.there are ch rm hostesses, and Ington Is Master vestibule Buffet ........ ..... ...;..tSOUp .........Roseland...:!........ 114Ca ...... ...uo ...... ticket. '
i at many of them Interesting'families. Chad-chu he .I Passengers for ....:... ...... ......1 I59Poaop ....... Sebastian.11 3*a ...... ...... ...... 8a. 23, i. C. L. Zzjna taUT)
.: The as' PaaorCartickets -.....;. ...... ...... ........ St. Lude......... F&8tTrain. btops only'
largest family of children of any plain English .hand. : 337a520a SlOp 715p 6 Cop .......Fort Pierce ...m.. 1J4Oa1313p 3QdplUlastations) shown andgestibnlo carries
'I' (Jr. the Latin American ,envoys Is that the Chinese to regular: passoge ........ ...... ...... 629 p ......... Tibbals ........... lOllaluOTa ..:. ....... ..' Cars.By. Buffet -,.
Rv. \ ........ ... ...... 633p63Sp .....*....Eden............ ...... ...... ....:... Parlor
many of the, ..: Seat* aaLYlaa3 ...... ... .....' .......... Jensen ....,...... I00;a .... ...... ...... 1to.SSfalmeachaI4Kam1. 4
i father Daily) ..""'. ... 64p71&p .........Stuart........... 9 Ma ....,. ...... ...... Um1tedDaUr.; )' 3
tinguished of F. E. C. By ..."... ...";. ... .... Hobe Sound........," 922a9lua ..;.... ...... .. .. Composed oj F. fi.: 0. By.
:: ', knows, Is one of Buffet Sleepers and ......... ".... 731p West Jupiter....... .... ...... ...., vestibule Buffet Sleepers and
\, h. Carries sleepers 448p ....'.. 8 O5p Ar.West. Palm Beach...... 885a 120p ; Day-Coach. Takes on sleep.
most tactful .. "
ac h and for Miami. M l0persatbhamiandPalmBe OM.
8 .Hotel Poinciana. .
530a 458p Sang lap Royal 82oa820a waoa1015a llOp105p
Chad-chu is an y at stations shown. 5 lOa 50Sp '9 lop 825p LT.....The Breakers....... II 10501030p .
York ad Florida Lim.555a "... .... No. 32.New Ycrhjad IlortdaSaadsylLim-
; 523 p] 9 SOp 840p905p West Palm Beach A? 800a 955a 1245"HOOa '
of 15, though'' : \ :caiiy); 815a628a .... ...... .........Eo yn t 733a723a ...n. .. ..t". 1305( p itei ( Xzeejt
physical standard to:St. Augustine ....., ...... Slop "........ ..JLwir&y on.r. .****"".. ..".. ..".. 957 St. Augustine; to New York ..
Railway. Com 704a ...... ...... lOOJp1042p .... Fort Lauderdale...... 635a ... ... 9 1'?PviaSOuthernRailwa'COm.p
youth. ,In of Pullman 13,a ...... ...... .. ........ Lemon City....... 568a550a\..........l. 8 ;'PCars posed exclusively of Pullman
gressive spirit of the 745a 7101115p 1050p Ar.... ....... Miami........... 810a 83O i
1 Tcrt and Hrfla Spe PNo. 33 Iles York ui njrfli Sj>-
his son' has from Except Monday). c1iI (EaUy Except 1i7) ./f, In close touch* with to fet. Augustine St. Augustine to New York
.: Coast Line. via Atlantic Coast Line.
t ,'\tii., whom, he dwells exclusively of Composed exclusively of
.y.-;'"... ,;.,),:flI;' "" : Cars. Trains do not stop where time is not shown. Pullman Cars.
; "/ mastered the
.. ( da and No. 11 Florlb sad
y' '" ::1? Ketrepoliiaa VitnjolituLiaitei
,' ;W1l ;,: {.:..', .' It fluently, .wlth (Daily). ( :aHy).
_, .-,. ." ,:<..':;,; d'yg. ;..:,,. ... f to:St:. Augustine St. Augustine to New York

-;" '; <.';.'., .::'.. ,, accent, "on all Air Line. Com Seaboard: Air Line. Composed
.., 'r.:'" conversing with his of Pullman I exclusively of Pullman
::1' - adoption of : on which no extra this train OB which no extraor
iq1j: also assumed the fare is charged. Ho. IS, Chicago sad Rgrlia Special Ha. 16,'C&icags and Florida Special Pullman fare is charged. '
,, country, folding ZO and Florida. Lim (Daily Except Monday). (Daily Except Sunday). No. S2, Chisizo sad Tlorldj. %.1:
; fled (Sally) Chicago to St. Augustine St. Augustine to Chicago itei JDa.11)
-- costumes for special .to St. Augustin via Cincinnati Chattanooga via Atlanta. Chattanooga St. Augustine to Chicago
>'" ; tends the high Nashville and and Atlanta. Composed exclusively and Cincinnati. Composed via Montgomery Nashville .
t'n ; Composed ex of Pullman Cars. and Evansville.Composed ex-
: exclusively Cars.
tt': ,"C : ,. distinguished of Pullman Cars clushely of Pullman Cars.
; the operated on this Day-Coach operated on this
winning praise
.. .. < which no extra or tram on which no extra or
; Instructors and also far e is chai'ged. Pullman fare is charged.
;' i i ship of his .L"lFORDBRANCH. PALATKA BRANCH. ,t!

; ber of the High All tram daily except Sunday. Not(I' All trains Daily. s
of course .march .. ,. .................... TitnsvUle ..................... -Ar 125p'No.83.No.37 No.49 No.45, _\No.4No. '' yo.50iNo.53
coming presidential I .........................Mims.. ....................... 112p1157a: 615p63ap P! 14up foal lOa.LvFt'kaAn"91Usf100uaI1310P I' 235p I'60cp
; r; ; ';> :: ............ .....n......Osteen.Enterprise..... ..................... : 45Up 200p 1135a 9 30'ArElkaLv'' \ 84 9 .. 215p' U3p '
; j ? rade; wearing the .... ...../.......... '... ..................... .. .Iia5dHOOa J a g
t ., the arms of the .. .. ......... .... ...... h.inford..... ......"........ .' .Lv ,
. : ? No 53,No.41 :SAN MATED BRANCH Trains | No. 1
L ; \ .., Preparation for .. 64l1'Pt! 74oa Lv .......... ..EastPalatka............ ....Ar\sOO&\\| \ 'l 'P' ,1 '
... I monies are .. !. II.:; ) No a' i iM .,0.- 6 I N O..u"I I 7 00p f803aAr.' ............ ...banMateo................. 7 p;: '
.1 VI aEUt Daily "YPORT. BRANCH. Dail :'Daily Sun
I I-U -- 71
by the 4th of March only _'x an, i l only 1
2 No.
, i Photo by Clinedinrt, Wuiiajton. In shipshape for 1- trains : o.
2tkJp 815aLv Jarksonville..r 65oa 600p ... .. Daily Except unda1. _
t 6EXORITA BELEM AZPIROZ. i all probability there ,pr'2 L J 8')o a'i' .So. JacksonVlll .1.v 64':& 5..p 55'p...... 40pllUluaLv--, ....... ........New: ............... iOOp Mp 1.
; Daughter of the Mexican ambassador. crowd here that 3.> [ .:;; s5taI"I .. .Pablo Beal."h. .. 525p...... 449pl1aa .............. ..Lake Helen.... .........:..Lv 1245 545p .
1 24.p ..Atlantic Beach.. 5 4 s.>pi 5 JOp ...... b OOp 11 SPa ............. Oran e'City. .... ............. i2 85 529p )
of Senor Manuel Alvaros Calderon, the auguration of a aw,)' 915a1Ar I .. .Mayport..Lv 52oaJ 485p SOOp...... 505p 115&r........... Orange City Junction. ..... ..... 1980p: 520p J"
[ \ minister ,from Peru. The, legation has State's. From now t
Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and depart from the several stations, but their arrival
t a large and roomy house on Massachusetts filled with at the tines stated is not guaranteed nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences. i"
avenue, but it would seem as if tage of this great .

It this were nothing less than a necessity present and '
from the fact that his family comprise lines have

i. f ?ten young'people. Senor CJalderbn is a scheme. They h&ye 311A31-NASSAU LIXE-S.. MIAMI. MIAMUHAVAN'A. L1NB-S. S. PRINCE EDWARD. ;

>:' well to do business man and has been especial (SAILINGS EFFECTIVE Jan 16: 14
bear SAILINGS JAN. 3 to FEB. 8. 1001: HAVANA, I Leave Miami l Sundays and Wednesdays.....1130p F
at his children most excellent These
; ., enabled to give cars Leave Miami Mondays and Thursdays. .....11:SOp Arrive Havana Mondays and Thursdays.... 00p ..
educations. It may be explained letters across the Arrive Nassau Tuesdays and Fridays .,.. .. 3 U(>p Cuba.. \ Leave Havana Tuesday and Fridays ..... ..1.!. lIOn .. '
has but Leave N ass ut'w e,nesdays and Saturdays. 3.op Arrive Miami Wednesdays and Saturdays .. 5 pia
: that the Peruvian minister ington. They .. ....
Arrive Miami Thursdays Sundays: 5UOaSAIUNGS MIA3II-KEY VEST IJISJtCITY ,.'
N seven children of his own, but the flock tourists and other I j'j'I

.; Y of youngsters Includes his three nephews a two hours' ride, < Leave Mmu.Yons.FEB. 4,MARCH Weds and Fris 31: .......? 2:30p KEY WEST, SAILING Leave Miami EFFECTIVE Mons., Weds Jan., and 14: Fris .. ......11 SOp, :
who are placed in school herewith covering most of I Arrive Tut's., Thurs. and cats.: ....,. 600k Arrive Key West Tues.,Tnus. and l Sat*..... 2 Op
Ss'I Tnes. and ........ Leave Tues.. Thus .... ';
four Leave N USMU ,Thurs. Sats 3(WpArnvf Florida. I and Sats. 3 00p
his own sons.. There are A guide explains :Miami 1pe'is.. Fris.. and Suns ....... 6 00a (. K:6es ., Fris. and buna ........ 6 u'aS -i
bright and attractive girls, the eldest of as they are passed I l All JN l{a COlE CIG APRiL 1:
:< Will be and hour for
on same days a*
:whom Is approaching the age at which a head for the trip.

jthe average American girl makes her ger, who has but For copy of local time card address any Agent.

debut and is quite an accomplished city, this is AHNER, Ait t. Gen. Pass. Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA-

I linguist, speaking Spanish French, seeing It-he can .

l't German and English with ease. Senora ground than in a f

1 Calderon is a typically devoted South less cost. Washington club under the name DIRECT LINE-QUICK TIME TOWASHINGTON

i 'American mother who has retained no The fascination Paterson Director of the 1I\- J

small share of her youthful beauty. of senators and has a bagful of clubs,

Next to the Calderon household the he has selected with care and dJ\ ,

j honor of having the liveliest bevy of with great dexterity, while BALTIMORE,
j children in the Latin-American colonyat Wilkie of the secret service Is an PHILADELPHIA,

.i ; Washington falls to Minister Calvo excellent player. Judge Willis NEW YORK

and his wife of Costa Rica. There are the assistant attorney Sollhlleril ,

:ti five of them, three boys and two girls, for the interior department, be- CHICAGO,

and they are unusually bright young- 41/14, to the Columbia club and is fre CINCINNATI,

:3, eters. The older ones attend the public on the links. He is an all LOUISVILLE

y:! schools, and they have several times sportsman and can handle a ri ,

d been guilty of pranks that would do unerring skill. Even Dennis ATLANTA, .

;. credit to a full fledged American juve- the delegate from Oklahoma BIRMINGHAM: ,

*;. nile. Senora Calvo Is a charming >!' game immensely. "Out in our '

il':: young matron of quiet, domestic tastes 4 ," he says, "we have so much Roliwuq CHATTANOOGA,

r and is very proud and fond of her children that the links stretch all over cre- MEMPHIS, i

;; as she' has a right to be. They are bounded only by the ST. LOUIS,
k and south poles and the rising

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.d Versatility.
it I .-A steady man to look after
.;. and milk a cow who has a AND

10)H)'. I voice and Is accustomed to sing
Al'F, I ?""r 4 choir.-English Country Paper. FLORIDA LIMITED

;{ Frost Kites and Chilblains 1
..F( LiJM The Most Luxurious Train in the World. Exclusive Pullman Equipment.
cured Banner Salve the most
.f > by ,
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(Daily Except Sunday.)
'- t ,, remedy in the world. Wilson &
'";"o;. I f MI xy. Jacksonville to New York, only 28 hrs. St. Augustine to New York, only 29 hrs. .
F rpI

\1= I gv yt those living TIlE HEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS

44I1 it 't aI 1.districts Tutt T s T11 ruts I i Aid TUF IIUITFn_... __ _5T4T&rJJ_ ,. __ _.cT .fffflff.. j_ ,

I1 Photo by ClinediBrt, ,they keep the To the East and North '1,

"lii vengeance.MASTER' in perfect order and are THE CHICAGO ANDFLORIDA F

rado has long absolute cure

the best players SPECIAL
'- while In the headache, indigestion, I r

,.r"! Dert handlers .of ,.;,, +nr-nr1 luA1'n tn"a_ (Daily except Sunday.) ; i
i's;,f II I I clubs.- la, "Vl1"l\.1. ,11 Y '-1VU "lYU.- Superb Solid Pullman Train Through to Chicago Without Change. i 1

f Pluto by CUaedinit Wuhicgtoa.tS& a member of the and all bilious diseases. Jacksonville to Chicago, only 31 hours. St. Augustine to Chicago, only 32 hours. .

4 << Liver Pills
DAUOl1TER.Another the links as Also the CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED ,

; .r f especially Interesting family morning chasing TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST. e I

'i ft that of the Mexican embassador and Senora, fast To PATENT Good Ideas I Tkrough Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Dra } g-room Sleeping Cars Through, : 0:;
Senor Don.Manuel Azpiroz nia Is another % may be secured bJ'our Coaches, Perfect Dining Car sffvice on all Trains. ;, I
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, : ,1' and their home Is one of the of the aid. Address, .
'R lAzplroz, Outside Through Trains via Southern. Railway are Operated in Connection with the I
most hospitable In Washington.' Senora the game of golf THE PATENT Baltimore RECORD,Wd., Plant System from Jacksonville. I

;)t :Azpiroz Is a'very agreeable accomplishments woman as. among the to The Intent Becord. IUO per naci& SIDE TRIP. EXCURSION TIOKETS to "THE LAND OF THE SKY" : J.
i much devoted to of the supreme f

11 ,, the management of her home enthusiasm PARKER'S BALSAM For Rates, Schedules and Information, call on or address' 1
sewing,-embroidery, eta;? as Is the.em- lan and Is m.- tad tounfia the lute.iFiamotet A. QIRARDEAU, Traveling Passenger Agent, W. T. COSBY, Traveling Passenger Agifit, '

bassadorto his books, his I tastes al. Attorney $eve? J'a11a ft bxrmmt to Better porti.Or&y 103 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .: j t

having been"those.of the studentti member of the Hair to it* Youthful Color. S. H. HARDW1CX. General Passenger Agent. W. TAYLOE, Ant Gen. Pisa Avert, t
;ways lid
} CaRlI IC&lp lllUel" tal1iDCo WASHINGTON 0. C. ATLANTA, GA.
and 'a son. Dru
They have two daughters cumb'to the golf aoe.ade1ADet
time'attached to
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;iROADBUILmRG: : M to:the' : .:
& ATERIgL REPORT. to conclusion that we are compelled the only two stations to which the lower
use rock. ;
In Brevard price $10 per carload) could be bad. It .s Pritchard & Son

intere tfag Information 'Thl.:Import. of county there' la.a great supply would, therefore, be of some importance ,

t: ant Subject For Oar People.. commend coquina rock; but we cannot. re to see if by moving our quarry .farther Headquarters -
.5--:. the use'of the same, as acco'rdJng north to a point between Dania and Fort .
to ;FrA. for. . _
: yi Feb. 5th. to our .
!; ,. 1901. experiencethia: rock la
too.soft: ;Lauderdale. lower price could be had
;'' Editorof TheiFlojfda Star soon wears out and in'dry spoils,causes a to and '
any point up to including White : {
I: hereby.send. you a copy or the report dlSag1'eeable'dusLt 'We know> well than City junction. 'It possible that HARDWARE ,
of the committee that some places it has been used aS. road the f
has inquired into material extra cost and trouble in.loading and .
i'1: the matter of road and of course is ,', ,
buildIng materials for greatly superior to blasting the rock at such a point could

this county, specially the lower part ,of sider loose and heavy sand; but when we con- be more than repaid by the lower priceof ...Tinware Crockery... : .. ;' t
the ,
cost of : ,
I ,the same. to preparing the roadbeds, hauling. "
i ; As this is a very important question we and the crushing and 'spreading the rock The railroad officials also state that the STOVES .: .

would be very glad that people interested on the same,'we cannot'recommend the building of sidings to accommodate the '",,, ,

_: .;', in a permanent improvement. or our use of coquina, even if the cost of the rock shipment must be
:.' roads would give their opinion and remarks same would be much lower than the cost pense of Brevard county. I am of the .." 1 >, .
I' : in writing to the next meeting of Dade county limerock.. Still, wherever opinion that the construction of the same and

the board.. coquina is handy and in sufficient would be a little cheaper at a. level place

We cannot; we can get some! quantities we think that it could be used farther north than at the hilly place near WOODENWARE. ,

marl and coquina rock. But the latter of as a foundation or bottom layer, on top Snake river. That'the price for the land .

'is, in our bpimo-a, not so.lasting and good which limerock would be spread, thus must be much cheaper at such a place is Write for prices. .

as limefoc In many places the cost of I saving a despicable part of the ex- easily understood, and probably -tract ;' .

hauling the same fully as highas penses. of 20 acres could be had for one-third of TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,

from Dade county. Wherever it can In the fifth district coquina rock, although the sum asked for,the Snake river tract Box 212. '

be used to advantage we intend to do so. cropping up in the 'riverbanks: is Dade,county paid for its sidings exactly ,
We have to the best of not by far.found in sufficient quantities as we are requested to,do.
our ability! tried to Dr. S.W Carroll. W.E. Goldsmith. t
it either available or economical Mr. Lainhart informed that the
to solve this .que tion. We know that us
there must some time elapse'before all for road purposes. price for blasting and loading a cubic CARROLL & GOLDSMITH
final arrangements can be completed, and 2. In order to carefully investigate the yard of rock ready transportation was \

we respectfully ask the public to be condition and durability of roads built 32 cents. We have good reasons to believe Staple and Fancy GROCERIES

and hope that in a short; time patient to from Dade county lime rock the committee that 25 cents would be ample and

have the work going visited West Palm Beach and Miami, sufficient, doing it on a larger scale. H e $
on. Respectfully Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, '
C. T. McCAKrr where such roads for some time have been also stated that four inches of rock makes .1 I Titusville, FI or!d 8. '
,' Tin Glass and Crockery Ware.
in use. We found these roads to be all fully as strong and lasting road' as six
J. N. 'W A.LLER, We solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to. ;
that can be inches of shell. In calculation of the
J. 0. FRIES requested, especially whenwe my ..
consider these roads being. built probable cost of building the road per \ ,

Committee. partly as experiments and partly mile I assume that we put the rock down E. L. BRADY & BRO. .

TrruSVILLE; FLA., Feb. 4th,1901.. by private persons without any knowl-- five inches in average. On high hard I .

To"the Honorable Board of County Commissioners edge whatever in preparing the roadbed bottom we may have four inches, but in I

_of Brevard County Florida. and laying on the rock. We all agree soft or sand deep places six inches. Dealers finQin and Hawuuum ; '

the .' the that even ;..I'1'I'\"t10. .V..UiI ui n'.ho into .material......... _:..I .oiiUulU.\.. ,,1..3 P..tHnn... ...UIOU" dow n r oc k fin a .nnh..o........Uvc f.h"lr uc.., I n. OCerl S
net undersigned, on third day
.Ul unu
of December, 1901, appointed, by your cost considerably more than roads of either eight feet wide, will require 652 cubic t imjj

honorable body a committee to obtain shell or coquina, their greater value yards per mile, 12 cubic yards to the car- AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We .

data as to the most available road material and wearing quality would many times load. handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapea' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
to be had and the actual or probablecost repay the extra expenses.We Blasting and loading 652 cubic yardsat in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on

therefor, respectfully report that we had the pleasure and luck of meetingand 25 cents_..___..__....._._____..$ 163 00 Grain and all Groceries, delivered at.your station. E. L.BRADY & BRO.,TJ.TTJSVILLE,FLA.

have to the best of bur ability fulfilled consulting Mayor Willmon Whilldin, Freight, 55 carloads at $10.00-------- 550 00
- of West Palm Beach, and Hon. W. Lane- Spreading and hauling at $6.00 per .
;: our duties and submit following report: hart chairman of the carload___..___________.__.____._. 330 00 Bond Lurrlber Co.
board'of county .
1. The 'materials for improving the Supervision, preparing roadbed and
surface of our roads that now can come in commissioners of Dade county and we incidentals----------------------- 57 00 On hand and Constantly Arriving
feel under great obligation to these .
consideration for use in this county are
shell, marl and rock. Up to lately the tlemen for much valuable information $1,100 00 LUlLIBER.ri

first has been and advice. This be somewhat reduced by using -
nearly exclusively used, may
and has really been considered as the From Miami the committee took a private coquina for bottom layer, and also by Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts, ,

only practicable and available materialfor conveyance to visit the great quarry getting hauling at about $5.00 per carload Bean, Orange, Cabbage and Tomato Crates,
where Dade takes its rock for road Brick Lime Cement Etc. ..
the above purpose. Our supply county where the distance from railroad to public ,
chiefly furnished by the Florida East building purposes. It is situated about road is very short. Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver '
Coast railway was suddenly brought to 15 miles north of Jtfiami, in a bend where But this amount does not include any anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right.r.d ,

a stop when this railway officials last fall Big and Little Snake creeks come together. part of the original purchase money for Bc>: .Il ism: : Nee Cc>. '
It is located on the west side of rightof
informed as that they could not furnish the land or for building the siding, but
of Florida East Coast and s. G. VANLANDINGHAM Manager .
a.single carload more. This sudden stoppage way railway taking in consideration the quantity required ,

was due to unexpected demands on at the only cut of any consequence through for a series of years, these items Titus-trill, : F1or1c1.a ai
their shellmound to accommodate their rock in Dade county. We carefully investigated would not exceed 50 cents or a dollar per

enterprises. and examined the location and carload.In .

own found everything there in perfect condition conclusion we beg to sum our i J. R. WALKER. C. H. SWAIN. ";' 1 I !
that there up I
Knowing were deposits ,.
many ,.a ,
; : 1
for blasting the rock and loading the ; i __.._
opinion as follows: ._.
of shell in this county along both sides Fine Line J;: ; .
the l'I, j
same on cars.
1. That honorable board
of Indian river, we have examined near- your may '
ly all of them. While the material gen- The rock at this spot, after cutting decide to use marl and shell wherever. its of Furniture : J
through a comparatively thin coat of ,
erally is of good quality, and if taken all convenient. to arrive in a = rFti I ,I;' ,
hard rock is white of '
nearly snow a very 2. That your honorable; board may .r
for all
r together of sufficient quantity few
soft consistency, but in a short time days. .1
still very decide to use rock where other materialsare
reasonable and just demands, as they
are scattered over such a large area and becoming very hard and firm when exposed -i impracticable, and for this purpose Call and see
to the air. B} using heavy charges buy the above piece of land in Dade Fine Line of
often of small dimensions, containing our
of dynamite in blasting the same the rockis county and if the same land cannot be
from 50 to 300 carloads each, situated at Ladies Shirt Waists. "
in small making -
broken up very fragments, had any other conveniently located tract
such distances from the railroad that
the use of a stone crusher unnecessary. of land.. Also y '
1 building of sidetracks to the same wouldbe our new
The few larger pieces remaining can 3. Enter into contract with the Florida
so costly that the railroad would not he broken hammer in Line of Ladies--
easily by a sledge East Coast railway about hauling rock
/ undertake the same without heavy com- right sizes for bottom layer in buildingthe and constructing sidings. I Fine Underwear.j '
situated the east side of,
on s
pensation, or I
road. To do all what be doneto '
4. possibly can
.. .,
Indian river, sometimes near shallow luck the JOHN R. WALKER & CO., X.; I
We had the good to meet own have this work commence as soon as
creeks or channels, necessitating the er of the land lying east of the right of possible.
---- n -- --'
hauling in lighters or barges making the way of the railway, and with absolutelythe i

transportation, specially in times of little better advantage COMMISSIONER'S: SALE.
same or perhaps a t;

storm, not only very costly but even uncertain as on the west side of the road, the Under and in pursuance of an order of the THE PLAZA 'HOTEL 4-

.,,4 and dangerous. When we con- Hon. P. W. White, of Quincy, Fla. In Honorable J. B. Wall,judge of the 6th judicial .

sider all of these circumstances it must an informal way we had a conversationwith circuit state of Florida acting in the steadof

be admitted that the use of shell for the him about a possibility of buyingthis the judge of the 7th judicial circuit of .1I

', county at large is not farther practicable land for Brevard county. For a Florida, who was disqualified to act in said A !! ;
to'state that cause, issued March 23rd A. D. ]1900 we will -
or economical. Still we beg tract of about eight acres he asked the Florida
in the fourth sell at public outcry, in front of the court B.ock..ledge. iOn
in many places: especially, price of$1,200, but as he had already en '
house door at Titusville, Florida, to the highest -
district, shell from several small mounds tered into negotiations with the Florida and best bidder for cash during the legal the famous Indian river. Large airy rooms, fine view of the

located within the tame an and.may be East Coast railway for selling them thislana I hours of sale, the first Monday in March, river, every modern convenience, sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting,
.nnJ *'" rmnntall ITU 11 f J .use u WJ fc*Cilfc **v4 t uuvttgv* ****** -- ne could not then give any definite A. v. laui: toe same being the .tUD day of memonth ruing anti ui iv 111!). o. 11. i Jovn., Jup '1taur.

F : answer. We regret to state that up to for partition all the following'described i Also managing partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel with a capacity -
cost.The largest of these mounds is located this dateve have not been able real estate in Brevard county, Florida, to- for 350 guests.GBO. .
railroad wit The south 28 acres of lot 1, section 15
.4 about 1J miles amlti Sebastian to receive a definite answer, but we may : .
station on Mr. Kioe el's land. It contains I expect it at any time. We attach to this township 35 south, range 40 east. '
k about 55,001)cubic yards of shell,sufficientfor report letters from Judge White and his E. C. SUMMEBLIN, __ _, : :
about 70 miles of road. But the price agent in Miami, Mr. F. S. Morse. THOMAS L.PAINE, I

4; asked'for the same, $5,000, is too high in It is true that this price seems rather Commissioners. Dealer- ----in General Merchandise .

our opinion to induce us to recommend high, but when we consider its close location ,

firSr' its purchase by the county. to the railroad, its practically un- Laurels consisting of f'verythm"""'
Marl of good quality and in inexhaus- limited quantity of rock, and the excel- usually kept in a ROCKLEDOE, PLA. 1 IJ .

,. tible quantities is found in the first, lent quality of the same and the circumstances Again first-rlass r"ner lstor<...... -- I

second and third districts. Some deposits that the rock can be blasted to a ---- -- -- -
are found in scattered places; in the depth of about 25 feet without any fear The baa Paris made Expos the Gold!&n I'

fourth district. of being troubled with water, as the land Medal Award to c 7)fl94fiit2f2'v R. L. MOTLOW. :

The first district is sufficiently provided has an easy and perfect drainage to I .
with marl for all time to come, and the Snake river, and also that the nature of I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY 1
Y e. county has already by purchase secured this rock will not necessitate the outlayof ....DEALBEi IN...

the necessary supply.In $700 or $800 for a crusher. When we OO O OOOO OOO 0 t't'o .
the second district marl has been consider all this, it seems to us that it WHISKEY D it ; o !

found in great quantities at several places, would be a great saying in the end to buy : r 1 ;c.I ,

; and we think this district can get most of this property. Gold medal were l! : :1
its ciao awarded at
inside .I
material needed for its roads Should the previous negotiations already hew Orleans I8&Sand =
Mbrtds Fair
will proba- 4w :
own boundaries. Still there mentioned keep Judge White from Chicago 1893. '

.' bly be a few localities where the cost of selling this land to Brevard county: we .
t":'" hauling this marl will be too high and can easily find any quantity of rocky Sold by F.A. LOSLEY, K.L. MOTLOW.TltuBvllle \ tastF

;: rock be cheaper. land for much lower price. Should we ,Florida.

In the third district sufficient marlbeds he compelled to do so it would be advantageous

: are found and the material already of to get it as far north as possible, GERESftsSINPUSTMABE.COMflACtS'IART I iis hr.'r VflNft T TUQUD
L the
extent in that part I'Ji
r used to'a great as a saving in the railroad 'charges fASHX
.;4 district that lies west of Indian river and be considerable if the distance should be c.,. llaun ,.Ls rE flriq,ins r. S TOO LATE I II I I

north of the town of Cocoa. South of less than one hundred miles. CASTINGSMARINE to think of insurance! when tho house is I COP fIEr7 tI

_* this town we have not yet discovered any I 3. The committee through one of its T CAflUAGUSCYUE STATIONARY ENGJNCSIGERE .W in flames. The time to consider it is all II

marl beds, and it is probable that it will members, Mr. C. T. McCarty, has inquired = '6AS anl.' eu.roaeueu'| the tine previous to that. I l $Iii iJ:I! ; w tW t : j
+ rock. And I help "u to reach a dt-cision
be necessary to use from the railroad officials con II II BOAT FRAHES& can y
fourth district near LkuNtaaLwc) 6P ,.. as to the amount ofINSURANCE
Marl is found in the south end of the cerning the cost of hauling this rock to Handle i Following \Well hnOBI'al t
< Wabasso at the extreme Gifford and different places in Brevard county. .....FOR..... : _

same,' and near fifth Wood district.ley, At present We attach to this report the answers A Shan and a Hair Cut to la placed on business premises, stock, MURRAY HILL CLUB, q
Yero in the from these officials. We see from them residence, furniture, etc., and the companies -
the ma-
there will be very little use for account of that for a carload of 30,000 pounds, or ....GO T':'..? to place it with.I I. W. HARPER, i
terial from these deposits on about 12 cubic yards of rock, the price represent all the best companies, and GOOD CHEER ;
the location at a great distance from railroads would be for a distance of 100 miles and Carrutbers' solicit your insurance business. Write ,
and difficulties to excavate and from 100 120 .Barber for rates ou your properties. OLD CASCADE SOURMASH
to Slop
under $10 per car,
..... I
same. miles$12 per car. The distance from this C. S. SOHITSTLBR, TENNESSEE WHISKY. :
To furnish the necessary material for to Fort Pierce is 113 None but experienced work- I TITUSVILLEmen I '
proposed by us
roads in the whole employed and perfect | FLORIDA.satisfaction Titusville Fla. TitnsYille and Cocoa Florida
:, improving the sandy miles, and to Jensen 98 miles. Jensen guaranteed...._... I I '
of the fifth district and in parts of second and probably Eden would, therefore, be J. L.CAEBUTHEBS,Proprietor. Calendars and blotters for distribution. WSend meT your order. "
fthird and fourth districts, we have comeI"
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, I t '.{ #-Deep Discussion.. 'Doo you .think," 'Why are poor relations like a fit of the

ffflIDlfS. : :.: :. ". BflI8 t lIf1bLES.1i ) ,, :i asked:th'elandladyi' ,: 'that ,deatfr ends it goat?.'* Bemuse the-qftener- ,they come- the. .
.- ,- .' the longer they
-- --- all I1.t "Not for four or five days. in 8teyv y
: '
: y' .-.' > <:.:Fancies. and Fashions. In These Accessories _.of, a turkey' said the savage boarder lsmxaumunimmnpsnnwlxsnu.wna ux s g

.' ,, .', who; had: won his position of star bySheer It Dazzles. the. World .
;. : >/f'' ..> : -,. .., toWomen's"dttlre.; : .. -
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} .'''. :-: ";" Florida brutality; No discovery, in/medicine,, has .evercreated
Star. ,
: *
of The
t!- >., ",,1;.,"'(.- .,. -. ..,-.....,. .Special. f:'>correspondence.......... .- .':> ,. '1i- "e' : j.*', 4 ::.. ..,..:. -T '' one. .quarter-the excitementthat

;, 4r -, /. : -_- = ::....NEW 'YORK, Jan.. 22.-Some, of the La Grippe .Quickly:{lured.lln .: has been caused by.Dr. King's New .
! '. < -r :fashfbn experts that "the Discovery for Consumption. Its severest t iI I
;; >;; say postilionbasque "* the.Triter of .1898 and 1899 wastaken'down Children.
a tests' have. been victims of For Infants and ,. _
i J{:';r ; L: Is to be the most.fashionable, : with'a'severe attack of what consumption. pneumonia hopeless, .hemorrhage, uurnr+ nr n ,nmrn uuuvu um ma, nun r..w

;.> ..._. .' all, the. new .waists, but. until ''the is called la grippe," says F.:L..Hewett, a pleurisy and. bronchitis, thousands of

_ 4 >fiJ: .- blouse has really disappeared and. the; prominent druggist of Winfield.Ill. "The whom it has restored. perfectt *health.' The Kind You Have

f;. > .. .. shirt walsjt has given up the 'ghost i- only.medicine I used was two .bottles It broke ofChamberlain'e For coughs, colds, asthma, .croup, hay ,

r' f ': shall not believe 1.A1.. the, goods !and Cough Remedy. feyer hoarseness and whopping cough it

if '. .: ;. all the designs intended for springand up the cotd'and stopped; the coughing i is'the quickest,surest cure. in the world.It SoitgI'itA !
: and I have since been Always
like magic, never 'Son ,
is sold Wilson &
by and J. B.
: 'f-. : .. even summer..were such as require troubled with grippe." Chamberlain's ? :
li "' blouses' or shirt waists., And I' have 'Remedy can always l>e depended Screveri- who arantee'satisfaction; or egetablcPieparationforAs- j. .
refund 50c. and ;
seen tons on tons shirt wa.lsts'WJt .= cold and watd money. Largebottles I I
upon totbreak op a severe $1.00. Trial bottles free. IB 'sl
; ?' ,In the last two weeks. Why would off any threatened attack of pneumonia.It iind the StmandBOWelsOBears flip .

z the mahuiaeturers'go'to_ such trouble is pleasant to take too,''which makes it .
the most desirable and one of the most, Paid-Up Policy.- Mr8. .Pendea has
r L:<, .and expense.If.. postilion basques were
J f' popular preparation in use for these ail suffered a great loss through the death; of
to take ,the place of all other' things
:'< : them ments. For sale by Wilson & Son. her husband." "Yes; but fortunatelythe _.._-- Signature r k
t I dare say there will be some of
Intended for strictly tailor suits, but loss was fully covered by insurance.". Promotes DigesUonCteetful-

". M,r- -: very :shape of"the:corsets",shows Explained.:-Say,Mnggsy, wat's a statu nessandRest.COritalnsneith of :,

';. to." ; ,. that the loose front is. the ,one thing quo, anyhow? Jluggsy-Why, dat's Like bad dollars, all counterfeits of DeWitt's Opmm,Morphine nor Mineral. .

" '. .now'"considered.. The same cont, when you.'ye'got de jay down an' sittin'on Witch'Hazel Salve. are worthless.The NOT NARCOTIC.

', -I- .> .; tortlon of, the body .to' push the, front. him.-Philadelphia North American. and all original'qoickly skin diseases. Wilson cures piles& Son.sores -S.. .c. < '

= : forward and to make the hips prom- -

;,. i'; ''Inent 'is fashionable' and until that More adults die of kidney trouble than Every period of life has its peculiar rKtJl41TSAMOELPlTCllER t

y; ridiculous fad is over w& need not any other disease When the.first symp- prejudices. Whoever saw old age that Pumpkin StltlAIx.Jenn -

.' fear tight basques, for they would toms of this' disease appear, no time did not applaud the past and condemnthe BKAJkSJb+

r : ? not "go" with the present shape: of the should be lost in taking Foley's Kidney present?-Montaigne. Anist Setd 0 I n

i .T female form divine. Ctfre, which is guaranteed or money re- R: minitndf-_.

'Besides, ,, there are the belts, and funded. p1C- Wilson & Son.IsolationUncle Reports show a greatly increased death IVormSeedGmfiidSugar-

: never did I' see so many kinds, and rate from throat ahd lung troubles, due rtarar.Aperfect
maayven 'l Use
sizes and inventions. That is a word 'Rube' -Thar goes the to the prevalence of croup, pneumonia ,
' : -- proper to use, for .some of them are mos' unpop'lar man in this "village. and grippe. We advise'tha use of One Remedy for Constipation -
:Minute Cough Cure in all of these diffi
" really quite as complicated as mar Sour Stomach.Diarrtvoea,
Stranger- What's the trouble with ? ,
: culties. It is the harmless
: t ; chinery.' 'They are like harness,- ,and Uncle Robe Wai, he.don't go to church gives immediate only results. Childrenlike remedythat \VonnsCon'ulsionsfeverishI F 0 I f

- -' .. they:have: pulleys, and It. is 'easier to and he won't go,fishin'.-Puck, it. Wilson & Son. ness andlOSS OF SLEER 0 r V e r
r.:A .: ) say.what is not-than what is. But the ..

",' Z :very fact that there 'is such a move Profit in farming consists as much in Tac Simile Signature of
there is death rateam'on
This a large
: season
": ment in furnishing new-styles of belts children from croup and lung saving expenses as in deriving an income. Thirty Years

;.: and ceintures goes to show that troubles. Prompt action will save the A farmer should never buy what he can NEW TfOHK. '

'r: : basques are as yet in the minority. little ones from these terrible diseases.We produce. Then what he sellsJs largely

.":', t., The wide draped belt is covered with know of nothing so certain to give profit. 4

; "i-" silk,' satin, velvet or; as it is in some instant relief as One Minute Cough Cure.It I
i .. can also' be relied in and
grippe I
,. upon
"' .
OJ. io There is always danger in using counterfeits -
., all throat and troubles of adults.
t.-. ..' '. lung of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
Pleasant take. Wilson & Son.
'. j' The original is a safe and certain cure EXACT COPY Of WRAPPEB.
for piles. It is a soothing and healing
lH Halcyon Days.-"Pa, what are the salve for sores and all skin diseases. Wilson L deem.- r/rfffi'i THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW VOM CITY. ,

,." '" .. I". .. halcyon days?"-"They are the ones a & Son. ,, __ :. .. r =n'r: : :

: ;" t fellow looks back to with pleasure be- 1I
; '" cause he has forgotten what tough'luck he Got His Bearings.-"I loved you," he I :

was having at the time.-Chicago, raved, "from the first night I had your

Times-Herald. father's in Bradstreet's!" !
> rating A. BC:1a: Fide aL1aryMen ,

> y .'- Cared Bronchial Trouble. ANOTHER WORD TO TOE LADIES. $12 vveek.1y. :

Chas. E. Davis, 1074 W. Congress St., Editor of The Florida Star: and women to appoint agents and represent us, some to '

Chicago, writes: I.have suffered for years We understand there are still a few ladiesin travel, others for local work. $12 weekly salary and expenses. .
Titusville and vicinity who did not take Old established house pleasant positions rapid :
with bronchial trouble and have tried ,
advantage of our recent offer to send an ele-
kinds of medicine without relief advancement and increase of wages. Write at once.
'.' :,. NEW BELTS AND GIRDLES. many gant, silver-plated sugar shell absolutely free
cases, just with gold braid laid on the until I began taking Foley's Honey and of charge to any married lady who simply Address BUTLER & ALCER,
Tar, which cured me. It saved me doc asked for it; sowe, will renew the offer for a E. NEW HAVEN Coxx.a .
i foundation line, above the other. Dept. ,
tor bills this winter. 25c. Wilson & Son. short time only. We sell these shells regularly 1--
, -t This style Is for young ladies or very at forty-five cents each. Retail jewelers ask

dressy matrons. The general utility fifty to seventy-five cents for such goods. t
When a hen-is sitting across the top ofa They are exquisitely beautiful creations in % THAT f
belt is made of leather, and there are 4 5 is .
- '. five-barred gate, why is she like a pen- high grade silver-plate. To further advertiseour e
r.. many shapes for most, are will send to
\ ny? Because she has a head on one fide ware we one, postpaid, every 1
:v'- t',. straight and 'of the same width all married lady who has not received one. This Our Specialty :
and tail the other.
a on should be cut and returnedto ,
announcement out
:'. around: but others again have the
us with your request. This is important.Also .
(I!;:_ back much wider than the front. All
< please enclose a stamp or two to help pay I : Sh= G. M. DAVIS & SON :
' ;: have harness buckles. Some of these Wilson & Son guarantee every bottle of cost of mailing. I

:. buckles are 'so heavy and ordinary Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will QUAKER VALLEY M'F'O Co., 'tM2sJ

:: looking that If they were not so stylish refund the money to anyone who is not Morgan and Harrison streets, Chicago. PALATKA, FLA,

'. they would not be tolerated for a moment satisfied after using two-thirds of the'con
tents. This is the best remedy in the NOTICEOf A Write for delivered prices.Steamship .

.. world.. .. for la grippe. coughs. colds,. croup Intention in Apply For Special Legis-; I ,
< --- -- -- -
Novelties and
show front
a straight and whooping cough and is pleasant and latlon.
the back to be cut and stitched in vari
safe to take. It ofa
prevents any tendency Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
.. ous forms, the Illustration showing two cold to result in pneumonia. intend to introduce a bill into the legislatureof

of the most curious of them. These are the State of Florida to meet on the second Ocean Co.SA.

made of seal alligator, morocco, patent Too Late.-"Are you willing to share day of April, A. D. 1901; to prohibit the catch-
ing or taking of fish with haul seines or drag
leather and several other kinds of
t<, I honest poverty with me,darling?" "I'm nets, and to prescribe the minimum length of
i leather. They are cut so that the sorry, Mr. Nocash, but I have already bar and size of mesh for other nets in the

t strain comes on the center of the belt, promised to share Mr. Milyun's wealth waters of the Indian and Banna rivers and .v. iTAH LINE.
Banana creek, and the St. Lucie river and
t and'so it does not curl
and asked.-New York Fast Freightand
no questions sound and their tributaries, in Brevard and
The made belts and Luxurious
girdles are rather Journal. Dade counties.
/ more dressy, and as it is quite K. B. EULEESOX, Passenger Route

*' possible for a woman to make these S10O REWARD 8100. E. X. Dishes,
.. for herself and so that each one may TO NEW YORK BOSTON AND THE EAST.
The readers' of this paper will be pleased to ,
match a dress, I shall tell how they learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
are made. A silk. model Is shown that science has been able to cure In all its CASTOR

: here, and this Is cut in three pieces, stages, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
V' the front one being double breasted Cure is the only positive cure known to the For Infants and Children.
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu-
f (to use the word signifying a garment tional disease requires a constitutional treatment she Kind You Have Always Bought
'.'; J which is fastened. to one side). One Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,

row of gilt buttons Is set on one side acting directly upon the blood and mucous Bears theSignature A
: surfaces of the system, thereby destroyingthe #
'. and buttonholes on the other. The foundation of the disease, and giving the of 1Iit.
center is fastened to the underside of patient strength by building up the constitu-

*' the belt by small buttons, and there tion and assisting nature in doing its work. .
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The proprietors have so much faith in its
:: is a row of the large ones to which

-- If the others button.. The shape: can bet curative ollars for powers any case that that they it offer fails to one cure.hundredr Send
8E m BOARD AIR LINE[ WY.Unexcelled
; easily understood and is sloped to fit for list of testimonials.

the figure. To get the shape one could Address F. J.CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. .
: iY Sold by druggists, 75c.Hall's .
;;. cut one out of a stiff paper: and try it Family Pills are the best. service from Floridato

. ; on until it fits, and then the girdle cant all points .. .. .. .. .
.. be cut from stiff buckram: and boned on
For Fifty
the fronts and in the center of the I North, East and West.
MBS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has Short Rail Ride to Savannah
been ; ,
S. back. The shirred belt Is made by used for over fifty Tears by millions of mothers
Two trains between TAMPA I thence via Palatial Express I
daily ,
; wide belt from stiff stuffand for their children, while teething, with perfect
cutting a
- any success. soothes the child softens! the sums, JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and Steamships. . .
-. sewing silk or velvet over It, as allays all pain,cures wind colic and Is the best COLUMBIA, carrying Pullman Drawing
for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the :
.. ?.;,' ',; Is shown in the picture. A rosette little sufferer Immediately. Sold by DruggistsIn poor Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA ooooooo
every part of the world. Twenty-five cents with sleepers forWASHINGTON ooooooo
V is an addition, and so Is the aiglon 00000004
Be and ask for
& bottle. sure "Mrs. Wlns- ooooooo
-: f:4.f fringe, as it is called. This reminds lowg! ao'tningSyrup"and tac no other ni id SHIPS EACH WEEK oooooooooooooo

:, :. I"':/ "*: one a little of a bunch of shoestrings BALTIMORE
. k" ""* tied to the sash. Some of the sash ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. PHILADELPHIAand NEW YORK. TO NEW YORK,

,,,:. A?/' belts have the center of the back made Notice is given to all creditors that
from ,Making close connections with New York-Boston
" six months date I will present my final Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via Ships or Sound Lines.
l./V\ wide, and the front is brought down accounts and apply to the Hon. D. L. Gaul- ASHEVILLE. AI 1 ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedulesWrite
: quite narrow, and In other cases the
: ; a den, county judge of Brevard county, Florida Dixie Flyer
- front is wide and the back narrow. for my discharge as administrator of the Route between Sleeping for general information, sailing schedules,

..:. -': ./: This is so much the affair of the woman estate of Cornelia S. Bass, deceased, and as JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUIS staterooms reservations, or call on WALTER HAWKINS,
=' guardian of Walter J. Bass. W. H. PLEASANTS G F. & P. A.
: L. who owns the belt that she can via General Agent Traffic Department
.' ... THOS. C. BASS, Lake City, :Macon, Atlanta, New Pier 35, North River, New York. 224 West Bay Jacksonville/Fla.
do she likes. There frames
, :..:.: ..& as are Administrator of C. S. Bass bud .
, i: .. made of featherbone all ready for the guardian of Walter J. Bass. Chattanooga Nashville, ..&A&&AA&--- AAAAAAAA&&A&A&AAA&.A&- ----- ---_--_ -_
&& &
' '' TITUSVILLE, FLA., November 16,1900. Making connections for KANSAS CITY,
.:;:.' >. i.:: application of the outside. They can CHICAGO and all points in ;Gardeners and Truck Growers muBESKTOA SAVE AND MAKE
':<, ',;'f be purchased for a trifle, but the most the northwest.. .fONEY BY BUYING 1 1I

!.y... \:';:*' of the daughters of Eve do not need H. A. HODGES Through sleeping-car service between Jacksonville I !

W'. .T\""*, *. them. OLIVE HARPEB.IV and New Orleans via River June- rod IIMMt= O

>: ; Satsuma nights, Fla. non ana rensacoia. I II ;; Hk-9-

o How to Cure the Grip. Full information application to any age A II I
* ..;, -of''l' < '" Dealer in and Manufacturers of of this company. I WLAxe t3
; r, .' ,..t' :> : Remain quietly at home and takeChamberlain's l
i; : : '" E. ST. JOHN, I
.r. Cough Remedy as directed
i ?- First Vice Pres. and
: ; Itf: :'' :( and is to follow. General Manager, ii 3AMTiwcraliirrir
-. a quick' recovery sure AND CYPRESS LUMBER V. E. McBEE. i
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: '-'l : That remedy counteracts.any tendency General Superintendent, t
..2 r\.a.-.'.;' of the grip toresult; in pneumonia, which L. S. ALLEN, I OKIOW Spn> ATO kT8, YAixirrnri m RIFUQKX

:ti;:' ::,>. '. is really.. :the only serious danger. Among Frail and Vegetable Crates General Passenger Agent, iUTCBUS: AND MOtiST-MAKXI TOMATO, ElC. BtO. BUB" I
i t.; ',. :$' "the .tens of thousands who have used it EVERYTHING FOR THE SUMMER AND FALL GARDEN. i
i1(- ,c for t grip not one case has ever been :, ONLY HIGH GRADE TESTED SEED OFFERED !

:: 'f.'; :' reported that did not recover. For sale Estimates famished for complete bills of 0. :UAcDoN ELL {!J'tatgeat Com" .I j Sce4 aM Nursery hats, Ia tt: SoutII.tiJS .

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??* L, THE :ErORIDA :STAR succirictfinancial Breyard/for. 1900, the,statement like of which of, BRIRD'S'( FIIANCIALSTATEMENT[ ( ( I Il'01' a

s .
, 1'_ L Entered at the postoffice at Titusville'-as. for details and accuracy, has never } the Year Ending December '31st A.D. I lAKINGPwE
second-class mail matter. i efore.been i published in this cun- .
1900. Published In Accordance

'Ellis, B. Wager Editor,and Publisher ty. Then. again..onour: front.. page With the Laws of Florida. I FowoE B

k the complete1 report of proceedingsof

I_ .PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOBNING. the board of bounty commis BECEIPTS.

SUBSCRIPTION .1. FEB:ANNUM; sioners., Our readers cannot help Balance cash ori hand Jan. 1st,1900$. 778 90.
t*y 75 CENTS FOR SIX.'MONTHS. but .note that THE STAR 'keeps Cash received during 1900 Makes the food more. delicious and
as :
s AdvertistnR-Rates Furnished on ROYAL.wnoovu ca..E++YOItX.District'No -
them 'most '
Application. thoroughly posted on For, County Bevenae-

all county affairs, consequently it General fund aecount.'11,735 08

: THE It must STAB be nor clearly its editor understood is responsible that neither for should< receive.the support of every Road account.---------------and Bridge fund 7,572. ,49_ 5, and,said district has no outstanding ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND. -

opinions expressed by correspondents. citize/i and property holder in the Building fund account1 warrants. Road work in Coin. Dist No. 1 _...$ 48195 .
No. 2 ____ 1,17161 i -
favor THE county. This has been our con Fine and Forfeiture fund STATEMENT OF SPECIAL ROAD FUNDS. "*
3 J Subscribers'wiU confer a on No. 3 __._ 2,87978
f STAB if they will notify us of any 'failure to stant endeavor, for the past twenty account_...__......_ 2,09178 Commissioner's District No. 2. "- ." No. 4 ___. 1,03747
4- receive their paper.Proposed Special Road fund, Dist. of warrants outstanding "
Amount ____
; and that the people ...__
' years, No. 2 (1899) levy 1,259 79 Jan. 1st 1901, of 1899 and 1900
Road work, including superintendent's -
Change .In School Law. our efforts is shown by the Special Road fund Dist. levies_._._.__.......-..____._..._$ 603 99 salary, not chargeable to
No. 5 (1899 levy)___.._ 3,565 49
'F The following proposed change solid support we receive from this Special Road fund, Dist. Less cash in treasury Jan. 1st,1901, any special district_____..-_._. 800 55
whole east coast. ._____ to credit of both levies,.-----... 4 00 Town of Titusville, proportion of
; .law of Florida relating No. 2 (1900 levy 51 93
;- in the school : v Special Road fund, Dist.I 1899 tax ______.____.._.._...._. 184 89 '
: to the millage .giving the local Debt Jan. Isk 1901_.___.__-._.-f 599 99Commissioner's of 1899 ; ._
f THE committee from' the western No. 5 ((1900 levy._____ 64 27 Town of Cocoa, proportion; 1t

:: r; option feature of raising the school part of this state that visited" the Game Warden fund100 00 tax_____.__________ _1.._____ 139 78 c
District No.5.Cash "
Town of Eau Gallie, proportion of -
tax as high as eight mills in such Alabama legislature on Tuesday 26,442 12 in treasury Jan. Isk 1901, to 1899 tax___ .__._....____._._. 75 90 c

school districts as may favor the and discussed before a joint session Total__. ---_____ ___..._.....$27,221 02 credit of 1899 and 1900 levies ____$2,766 20 Town of :Melbourne, proportion of '

:_ ,raise, has been suggested by School the question of annexingVest PAYMENTS. -- 1899 tax__..._._._ -...-.-------. 91 44 ,:J1t

; 1 'Superintendent 5lims. and members Florida to Alabama, assigned to Paid warrants during No outstanding warrants. $8,58015 y

- : ;; of the board public instruction the Alabama people an easy part 1900 as follows: The warrants issued in 1900,were for the J

i : in the undertaking. It is said thatif County Revenue-General following purposes: BUILDING FUND. .3+
fund___.._____._fll.755 47 !*?
AN ACT to Amend Paragraph Fourteen the Alabama people would do Road and Bridge fund.. 7,569 69 COUNTY BEVENUE GENERAL rUND. Warrant book, etc, for county cornmissioners i;

' of Section 242 of the Revised Statutes the welcoming they would do the Building fund___:._____ 21 30 County Commissioner's salary and -___...__.______.___.| 21 80 -".1:
. _'' : t of the State of Florida Reference to Fine and Forfeiture fund 1,61983 mileage, District No. 1________?$ 34 40 FINE AND FORFEITURE yUN>>. ir-i 1
There be but little
fighting. can K K >i County Commissioner's salary, District -
_:k: the Duties of the Boards of Public In- : .
F: struction. doubt or'the willingness of the (feeding prisoners)____ 930 32 No. 2_____________.___..__ 32 00 Criminal" prosecution, circuit court$ 28416 ./

Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the Alabamians to undertake the part Special Road fund, Disk County Commissioner's salary and "U "county court 815 M \
; :'.V
' No. 2 (1899 levy)______ 1,268 31 mileage. District No. 37600 "JI'P, conrts- 125 27
State of'Florida : assigned to them, but the question Special Road fund, Dist. County Commissioner's salary and Witnesses, circuit court ----------. 196 20 :j

SECTION 1. ',That paragraph fourteen of com s.up, will the West Floridiansmeet No. 5 (1899 levy)..__.. 875 72 mileage. District No. 4______.___ 78 60 county court__________ 188 20 ",|
s :. Section 242 of the Revised Statutes of the with much .encouragement Special Road fund, Disk County Commissioner's salary and J. P. courts _____..____ 11.24$1,6203T :J

State, of. Florida be. and is hereby amend- No. 2 (1900 levy) ..___ 5111 mileage, District No. 5__________ 270 80 '
'!> J ed BO'as to read as follows: from the people in other 'parts of Game Warden fund110 00 Accountant, salary_______________ 180 00 .

." Fourteenth. The board of public instruction the state? It us that the $24,20175 Sheriff waiting on board of county FEEDING PRISONERS FUND (f. & F. FUND). _.
' 7 in each shall or before undertaken commissioners_________________ 74 00
_ county on annexationists have a
: __
Feed of prisoners in county jail $ 930 32
Balance cash hand Jan. 1st 1901 Copying minutes for publication__ 70 00
y the last Monday in June of each deal 'more than like on $ 3,019 27
good they are
: Auditor and clerk's fees, county SPECIAL ROAD FUND. DISTRICT NO. 2 (1899
year prepare an itemized estimate showing ly to accomplish. The people of il. commissioners _________.....___. 385 75 LEVY.) .
< the amount of required for WARRANT ACCOUNT.
Florida are quite proud of their Salary of prosecuting attorney. 399 96 Road work on special work in district

v the maintenance of the necessary com- Jan. 1st, 1900, warrants follows Salary of county judge______..__. 300 00 ....._._......_..__________..$ 1,66730
schools of their county for the next state and would rather see it enlarged -
: |2 mon : County treasurer, commissions ____ 810 64 SPECIAL ROAD FUND, DISTRICT NO. 5 (1899
t: ensuing scholastic .year, ,stating the in territory than cut down. County Bevenue Gen Supervisor of registration, salary LEVY.)

eral fund warrants.. 92 __________ _____
% amount in mills on the dollar of the tax- --- $ 1,242 and expenses 137 17 Road work special work in district

-- ; able property of the county, which shall East Const Chautanqua. Road and Bridge fund Tax collector, commissions__.___. 929 92 ______on___ _._____.___.._.._.$ 875 72

ft l\- ; be not less than three nor more than five The fifth annual session of the East Fine warrants and Forfeiture-fund 3,365 68 Tax assessor____,__commissions____________and____expenses ___. 1,194 78 SPECIAL ROAD FUND, DISTRICT NO. 2 (1900 .,

: mills, unle at said 'meeting there shall Coast chautauqua will be held in Mel warrants 10 00 County surveyor, surveying_______ 50 00 LEVY.) .
be presented to the ,board a petition bourne March 1st to 13th inclusive. The Special Road fund warrants Books for clerk's and other offices_ 162 00 Road work on special work in district

4 of the registered .__________ _____.____.__..
signed by a j majority program is now out, and may be had by Dist. No. 2 (1899 Salary of fish and game warden ___ 370 00 -$ 196 11

u voters of the county who are taxed for addressing the secretary, C. J. F. Camp levy) _--_.____________ 60 00 Salary of janitor________________ 60 00 GAME WARDEN FUND.

- ;*; real or personal property in the county, bell, Melbourne. It includes an unusually -$ 4,678 60 Salary of jailor___________________' 360 00 Game warden's salary_____________$ 110 00-
-- t F requesting a higher tax, when the millage Warrants issued in 1900: Feed of dog____ 22 00
pleasing variety of entertainment, andis ------------------ State of Florida.
_' f. fixed in the petition may be adopted, butt in its musical feat County Revenue -Gen Electric lights, courthouse,jail and County of Brevard. }
'' to exceed mills and furnish especially strong eral fund warrants.__$10,782 90 offices______.___ _______________ 111 00
not eight a
; ,; There will be four concerts I A. A. Stewart clerk of the '
ures. grand Road and Bridge fund Wood, court house and offices..._. 8 00 circuitcourt
1-: copy" of the statement to the assessor of two of them given by the Chicago Glee warrants ________..__ 8,58015 Ice, court house and clerk's office_. 20 70 in and for the county and state "

.}.,:' taxes of the county, and file a copy in club and two by the Ceciliun Lady quartette Building fund warrants21 30 Repairs to court house,jail and offices aforesaid, do hereby certify that the fore

" the office of the board of public instruction of'Cleveland. The glee club will Fine and Forfeiture fund ____________________________ 172 17 going statement of the finances of Bre-
;0" ; and the assessor shall assess' the be present during the first five days of warrants------------- 1,620 37 Medicine and merchandise at jail._ 105 71 vard county, Florida, is correct as they

4-:_ amount so'stated,, arid the collector shall the chautauqua, and the quartette duringthe Fine and Forfeiture fund Election expenses________________ 996 12 appear on record in the auditor's booksof
'f"; collect the amount assessed and pay over last six days. Miss Irene F. Homer warrants (feeding pris Interest paid on county warrants.. 297 01 this

:. the same monthly 'to 'the county treas- oners----------------- 930 32 Pauper support_____________._____ 1,689 88 county.
r will be with the club and hand
glee Witness and official seal this
soprano Special Road fund war- ____. my
; urer who is also by law school treasurer Insurance on court house _. !_ 75 00
. ; Miss Morgan violinist and Mrs. 19th 1901.
Evelyn rants, Disk No.2 ((1899 Attorney's fees---------------- 100 00 January ,
'-. ; to be used for the sole benefit. of the Belle K. Adams, reader, with the quar levy) ________________. 1,667 30 Advertising in newspapers-------- 49 90 A. A. STEWART,

'. : : < public schools. tette. The chautauqua will furnish a Special Road fund war- County court expenses___-_______ 168 20 Clerk Circuit Court.
: SEC. 2. That all laws and parts of laws rich treat for lovers of good music. rants, Dist. No. 5 (1899 Circuit court expenses_____________ 217 83

t' conflicting with the, provisions of this Other names on the program are Clin- levy) ____._-__....... 875 72 Ferrymen, Sebastian river and Tur- Sick Headacheis

- act be and the same are hereby repealed. ton E. Lloyd, of Cleveland, in Shakes- Special Road fund warrants key creek ____________________ 144 00 the bane of women. What is wanted
'. SEC. 3. This act shall take effect immediately Dist. No. 2 (1900 Costs in insanity cases and inquests 187 36 '
recitals Hon. .W. L. Woodcock
perean ; is not relief alone, but relief and cure.
) 196 11
: its the levy Condemnation of of for
upon approval by gov of Altoona Pa. in a lecture to right way Dr. Ford's Dyspepticide will cure-
ernor. young Game Warden fund warrants roads_______________.___________ 245 22 Loyal all
? people; Dr. John W. Sanborn, F. R. S., 110 00 sick headache for time. It makes the
Recording of tax sales and deeds
The reader will note that it is with two interesting lectures on the Iro- r -:-$24,78417 for county____ _______u________ 10 98 stomach right.
drawn about on the same lines asBrevard's quois Indians, with a large collection of Writing for county commissioners 50 80

special road law, which curios and stereopticon views; and Rev.R. Total-___________ ____________$29,462 77 :Making annual statement35 00 CA.STORSA."iBears : :

has now been taken advantage of Morgan with two lectures, one on Warrants paid in 1900: Purchase of marl lands for county. 100 00 the The Kind You Have Always Bought

"Life Among the Crackers," and the County Bevenue-Gen Signature ,# # _
in two districts in this county for eral fund warrants___$11,755 47 $10,782 90 of
other "A ThouEanrll\files Up the Nile, .
two and will be tried in the Road and Bridge fund
years, with stereopticon views. warrants_____________ 7,56969 _.--- ----
Fourth district this year. Prof. H. E. Stockbridge, of the Florida Building fund warrants. 21 30

J/f We feel that if the local option Experiment station, will conduct a farm Fine and Forfeiture fund --.
T is
feature in refer- er's institute for two days, treating of a warrants _____________ 1,619 83 easy to make mistakes -
,: was a good thing
Fine and Forfeiture fund in the treatmentof
variety of practical topics. He will also l
'_ ence to improving our roads that deliver a lecture on "The Japanese People warrants (feeding prisoners croup, and mistakes

., it will be a better one for the cause at Home." Mrs. Olivia S. Hall, of- _________________ 930 32 -: mean the. sacrifice off
Special Road fund warrants
of education. New York, will conduct a school of elo- little lives
Dist. No. 2 (1899
, .'- The school board: and superin- cution, and give an evening of readings levy)_______________-._ 1,268 31 '; i, Foley's Honey and Tar is

[._ tendent of this county will send a from the best authors. Rev. Jas. P. Special Road fund war- I' unconditionally guaranteed by
of this Hoyt will contribute the course of Biblical rants, Dist. No. 5 (1899 :;:;==I 1:, druggist
to every to cure
.. copy proposed change lectures, and Dr. W. L. Davidson will levy) _________________ 875 72 :, croup
:' members of the legislature to the 'fi colds or whooping cough and to
have charge of the program and also Special Road fund warrants
state press, and to the chairman of conduct the Sunday school normal class. Disk No. 2 ((1900 : : -J- prevent pneumonia, which so

j levy)_________________ 51 11 1 often follows diseases of little
r boards of public instruction and to Mrs. H. Augusta Ennis, of Daytona, will '
- .-;; the school superintendents of all have charge of the children's depart Game Warden fund warrants I I \1 -'. t I -1'f1f'I folks. Do not accept a substi.tute.
: _________________ 110 00
the counties in the state, asking ment. $24,201 75 1\ r f! It may cost a life. Foley's ,

_' This rhantflnmia-----1-- ... ilpsiomjvl fn furnish J V Honey -and-- Tar-- 5a tJ..w.cmaranfaolI ........
their and
'x 1- cooperation the people of the East Coast and their $ 5,26102 Miss MAMIE SMITH Middlesboro,
in the move to make it applicable visitors such advantages as are enjoyedby Balance of warrants outstanding rst ; Kentucky, writes: "My little sister

'_ to the whole state. the patrons of the many summer Jan. 1st, 1901, L_ ,.& t*. ., bad several the doses croup of Foley's very bad.: Honey I gave and Tar her

;, Brevard, as well as many other chautauquas in the northern states. The County as follows Revenue: -Gen 1 .i ,, saved and she her was life."instantly relieved. It

.' counties, has felt the need for a people of Melbourne are putting their' eral fund warrants____$ 270 35 r+

- I money in it from year to year because Road and fund For cuts, bruises
higher millage than the present Bridge or sores BANNER SALVE is best.B. .
they want the benefit of the programs, warrants _____________ 4,37614
limit for This .
many years. proposed and they are especially anxious that residents Fine and Forfeiture fund .

:" ;t law, if passed, will raise the of other towns shall take advantage warrants-____________ 10 54 R. WILSON & SON.

extra amount to place our public of these opportunities to get a weekor Special Road fund warrants
schools on a higher and better two of musical and intellectual enjoy Dist. No. 2 (1899 JAMES PBITCHABD. President. W.M. SHOWN Vice-Preiident. C. 8. SCHUYU3B Cashier

levy) 458 99
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: .. .:. basis. We feel that the people of ment. Special Road fund warrants
' An effort will be made to furnish accommodations Dist. Xo. 2 (i900 INDIAN RIVER STATE
s this county will favor the proposed BANK.
' for the people of this sec levy).._______ -_______ 145 00
<' : ': change. Comment, either favor- tion at the lowest possible rate. Parties $ 5,26102

: $: : ,- able or adverse, will be acceptable desiring to board themselves should communicate County Depository.Authorized .

: ,. <' to our columns. as early as possible with Feed GENERAL DEBT STATEMENT.
: Stewart for particulars. Capital$100,000.
:; - Debt of County on Jan, 1st, 1900. !
Paid up Capital $ 25,00o
LAST week THE STAR presented Weekly Weather Report. Amount of warrants out

4. its readers with the draft of the U.S. DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE WEATH- standing Jan. Isk 1900$ 4,678 60 Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS ...

< proposed new fish law that will be ER BUREAU. Less 1st, 1900 in___treasury_______ 778 90 A
:; introduced in the next Comparative statement of temperaturesand
96* \ legislature rainfall for the week ending Tuesday General Banking Business
I ':t: for Brevard and Dade counties. Feb. 5, 1901. Net debt Jan. 1st 1900.( $ 3,899 70$ 3,899 70 _

This week we give the draft of 1901 1900 Largest and Oldest i
t:,. a DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. Debt of county Jan. 1st,
-:, ,, proposed local option law to allow Jan." 30. 75 52 62 38 1901: Bank on the River.
31. 75 59 69
for educational I 51 Amount of warrants out
i 'i higher millage purposes
: Feb. 1. 62 43 54 41 Exchange Bought and Sold
:Si ,": .'> We also give the full report 2. 68 49 62 40 standing Jan. 1st 1901.$ 5,261 02 on 4ij
3. 73 63 70 56 Less cash in treasury all Foreign Countries. .
.>. of the committee appointed 4. 83 65 74 67 Jan.-1st, J901......__. 3,019 27
:': the 5. 67 56 72 64 Patronage appreciated. Prompt service .
by county commissioners to polite treatment and every favor consistent
'- Total rainfall for the week .60 inch Net debt Jan. 1st, 1901.$ 2,241 75$
'.' ", ;: secure data in regard to road-build Departure from the normal rainfall for the 2,24175 with conservative banking granted.COBRESPONDENTS .

Li:, :,,:-, ing material. This important report week minus .12 inch. Decrease of debt in 1900_____$ 1,657 95 : ;i;
Departure from normal rainfall since Jan. Seaboard National Bank of New York, _
i:..:' .L. will be found complete on 1, 1901, plus 4.73 I and National Bank of Jacksonville.
::: : inches.HAL P. HARDIN, It should be here stated that of the ba.lancr.I :i
: page 5. We also furnish on our :
; Observer Weather Bureau. in the county treasury, $3,019.27 the sum of '
editorial page a most complete and Jupiter Fla., Feb. 5,1901.l"L' $2766.20 belongs to the Special Road fund, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. ;
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