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; UJ {O lBr T J J. '; .To as'""*1nspIre all this she 'Tnust; 'be'so 4respeetahereforebehold e.-- ., ;; -

-POU'e ';/ : :: "' : .In the picture ..
: H arDeaerlb ;theNeer: Deetsn a,.fine gown for that purpose. A, .
Foulard Silksl It Is of..ilcir arid heavy striped Slow
r' ___....... .,._ ., _., silk, where the stripes are of' velvet ; : '
i Special correspondence
Y9 Feb. i-K I': :heavy'guipure lace : f r1
/ % 1-to with the softenlng ; hair f !
# y
4 ;should' effect.of::a black bow, '
'flescribejas.they; ; be .altog'Sie! ; ; at the J' comes
asilkseverse neck; .On :the,waist.8. a line of' white : I ,
new fou!! : one,who Ireadswhat from lack _
silk ;
Liald think guipure In contrast to the black: a
: would 1
: had '
3 gone :I'hIs.JnOdel: -of"a. dress ofhair r -
; ; though first hare '
'and'1hle one sainple'beforelme,: designed, for .silky. ls ,la ,handsome ,one, ;food. The :
has white,ground. ,.and, 'l1 .a.t- for any 'one' of the new and clinging

f{ tug... qTer4thatUke. 1- globules. of_ fat ln'a styles; (staff, and'if, with the'additlon hair has l

.' dish' o f; restaurant oyster stew, 'are' of 'a flounce, would, be ':pretty; :_for the no life .

thousands of',blackish dots of all sizes zephyr aid openwork: ginghams. The It is starved It keeps

x .Borne,of.the.big-ones-hobnobbing with sleeves' can be made i short to the elboWs \ i a. '

the little ones In'the most sociable wav.The 'or long.. OLIVE HARPER.. coming out gets 1
-- ---- ----
' .: 'largest ones'are,Just the size'of a thinner and thinner,

1(1 nickel,' and'the"smallest: as big as pin. Pneumonia Can Be Prevented. bald spots appear, .

1' heads. I have' This disease always,results from a coldor then actual baldness.

Some.of:the'.other:; designs : figures an attack of the grip, 'and' may be The hair
A : ,which, remind us ofthe.ferocious prevented by the timely use of.Chamber- only good

t beasts shown-by the microscope in wa- l in's Cough.Remedy. That remedy was food

ter-iiot exactly: like. them, but all tootF extensively used during the epidemics of you

nearly Iso for one) to feel ,altogether: : lagrippeof the past few years, and not a .

: comfortable .In 'one-'df: them. Then, single case has, ever been reported that can L

' again,;a: few: of them are quite pretty,' did not recover or that resulted in pneumonia buy ,
which shows it to be a certain
withcurious and conventionalized ,preventive of that dangerous disease. is HiI TRJ:: EEK.LY SAJLJNGS
4 F, (foliage on a contrasting: ground. One of I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has gaineda :

the- ',new colors ,ls.called'ruby rose and world wide reputation, for its cures of ____BETWEENJACKSONVILLE ____ F

,rather darker than old rose, which Is colds and grip. For sale by Wilson & tfeeds '' AND NEW YORK L a
Son. .
* also In style Just now. In one pat .
Y. tern the ground was of, reseda green Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways; -
One day of sickness will do more to roots stops
v' and the foliage' In the ruby rose, a convince that mother The Finest Steamships in he Coastwise, Service .
' a young man his is' starvation and the
curious Another-had ,
arrangement ,
a his best friend than seventeen volumes of THE CLYDE NEW EKGLAKD AND SOUTHERN LINES
ground of a rich,golden.brown, and on hair ,grows thick and
proyerbs. ____Direct Service Between..
this Is scattered a design.of four leaf, long. It cures dan-

clover In green, and,between se are .For the weakness and prostration following druff also. Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and ill Eastern Points.

..long leaves of.a dark red with a lne of : grippe there is nothing so prompt Keep a' Calling at Charleston both ways. t

.. 'the green around them. In each case and effective; as One Minute Cough Cure. bottle of it on your SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS. ..,
there, were two leaves, both long and This preparation is highly endorsed as an dressing table.It Southbound-From Lewis Wharf Boston. :Northbound-From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville '

pointed 'and notched, and they are held for all throat and lung CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER LIKE.
troubles and its always restores
early use prevents consumption
together by a long'green filament in DEBARY LINE.
It was made to cure quickly.. color to faded or f' :
graceful shape. This Is -printed Nilson A- Son! npf'ppn J'IClcsonv'llle'iind: Cniifni'il:.......". ..., '
foulard, with a ,satin finish. 'hair. Mind, we say
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis Beresford (DeLand), Blue Springs, and
'It would seem,that dots are,to be.the, "
The married and unmarried women of "always. intermediate landings on St. Johns River.
best 'of all-things for everything, for
United States of Colombia
$1.00 a bottle. All draulstJ."I
even where' there is another design
America are designated by the sail .
mannerin is appointed to as follows:
wrought in there are nearly always which they wear flowers in their hair, have found your Hair Vigorto I- .
dots. There is waterproof foulard, and be the best remedy I have ever Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m. Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays.
the senoras wearing them on tne right tried for the hair. My hair was Leaves Sanford 9 a.m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. >
,_\ some "of this 'shows many noyel ideas. side and the senoritas on the left. falling out very bad, so I thought I .
Among themone Is a large pattern of I would try a bottle of it. 1 had Southbound SCHEDULE. Northbound -
used only one bottle, and my hair read down read up
a conventionalized brier vine. The Recent experiments show that all stopped falling out, and it is now Leave 3 30 pm._____________________..Jacksonville--.:------- _______._____-Arrive 2 00 am t A
stem'is In a light green on a brownish classes of foods be digested real thick and lone." "- 8 45 pm___________.______ ._____Palatka______.'__________________Leave 8 00 pn i
the trailing vine may completely kodol- NAYCY J.MOt Yonkers"TCASTLE, Y. .. 3 00 am-____________:_____,.. _____-Astor____________________________ 2 30 pm T
between are N.
, red and ,
by a preparation called July 28,1898. 4 30 am_________________________St. Francis_______________________ 1 00 pm "
I dots in the same color, so many no one Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely digests ______________________Ber ford (Deland--------------- 12 00 n'n
i 3 could count them. Foulard has always eat. As it is the only combin Write the Doctor.He 6 00 am_________________________Blue Springs______ ____________1____ ". 11 00 am
; been a good silk to wear, and yet for ation of'all the natural digestants ever Hair will and Scalp.send yon Ask his him book any on question The- : ArriveS am________--_______________--Sanford-_________________________ 9 30 am
devised the demand for it has become wish about your hair.. Yon
several years it has been out ,In favorof will yon receive a prompt answer free. I General Passenger and Ticket Office 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. -
the taffetas. Loulsines and all enormous. It has never failed to cure Address. DK.J.C.AVER,
the very worst cases of indigestion andit Lowell Mass. F. M. IRONMONGER, JK., F. P. A., 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. '
the thin qualities of all the silks will
always gives instant relief. Wilson & A. IIAGERTY., Eastern Passenger Agent, C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. Supt.
have a great vogue,,but for really good Son. 19 State street, .New York. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla..
wear the-richer and heavier ones such THOS. D. HALEY Local Freight A ent. JOHN L. HOWARD. Superintendent

as pear: de soie and peau de cygne will The partition of China is not so important Foot Hogan St., JacksonvilleFla. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.
A man named Allie was arrested at THEO. G. EGER General Manager. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents.
be preferred.In to some people as the partition ,19 State Street Park New York.
Fort Dodge, Iowa. suspected of being the Chesebrough Building ,Opposite Battery
the new woolens the list is large, between their flat and the one in which
Cudahy kidnapper. They he was a
say --- ------- -- ---- ----
and we find more old favorites than the musical d bangs the piano all day. -
t t' sort of "white alley" when captured.
new ones-the coverts in all the new, i -
and really beautiful weaves wherein Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers.
Persons who cannot take ordinary pilla; ,,
, :' Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick and find it a pleasure to take DeWitt's Little I I
', positive relief. It is the great remedy Early Risers. They are the best little

for diseases of the respiratory organs like liver pills ever made. Wilson & Son. I

; .- asthma, bronchitis and hoarseness.The !I. !

lion house which is to be built at -
-CURED BY B. B. B. a
, ..,' the Dublin Zoological gardens aS a me- -- ,
morial to Lord'Roberts will cost about :Bottle Free to Sufferers. iLJI

t kV $2 i000; 'and will be the finest of its kind Does your skin, itch and burn? Distressing I i iI
in the world. eruptions on the skin so you feel ashamed to
lcr az .be'seen in company? Do scabs and scales form'
on the skin, hair or scalp? Have you eczema?I II
A powerful engine cannot be run witha I Skin sore and cracked? Rash form on the skin?f I I IE II I i l,,

., weak boiler, and we can't keep up the I Pricking pain in the skin? Boils? Pimples? fI I
: strain of an active life with weak stom- Bone pains? Swollen joints? Falling hair? All]
ach neither can we stop the human machine run down? Skin pale? Old sores? Eating sores?\ I .
Ulcers? To cure to star cured take B. B. B. i
to make If the stomach I
repairs. (Botanic Blood Balm), which makes the blood
cannot digest i enough food to keep the I '
1 pure and rich. B. B. B. will cause the sores :
body Strong, such a preparation as Kodol to heal itching of eczema to stop forever, the : Truthful
\ Dyspepsia Cure should be used. It digests skin to become clear and the breath sweet. I! I
I II what you eat, and it simply can't B. B. B. is just the remedy you have been
I r' ki help but do you good. Wilson & Son. looting for. Thoroughly tested for 30 years. t
I Our readers are advised to try B. B. B. For : -
t i aI sale by druggists at ?1 per large bottle; six Advertising .' !
'-' DO YOU GET UP large bottles (full treatment) $.'). Be sure the M
bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm. Complete .
I directions with each bottle. So sufferers
4, WITH A LAME' BACK ? test it a trial bottle given away. Write may for I I

f it. Address BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.
i Describe your trouble and free personal medical has made Ripans Tabules a success. People have
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. advice given. B. B. B. for sale by J. B.

Screven, druggist,Titusville. 2 learned to read and believe what is said of them. IIi
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers is sure to know of the wonderful WANTED. It has taken time and the expenditure of much
cures made by Dr.
/ Kilmer's Swamp-Root, to inform and win the confidence of the
frill lli It 1 :the great kidney, liver Reliable man fur Manager of I money

Ir", t rh s i Lii ;'and bladder remedy. Branch Office we wish to open in i seventy millions of people that constitute the
It is the great.. ruedcal !- T/ !_ _. 1
-41 triumpn ot the nineteenth this vicinity. Ji your record is: u. American public, but the fact that confidence has I Ii

, GOWN"FOR THE MATRON. century; discovered K, here is an opportunity. Kindly

two and three threads are so cunningly 1 scientific after research years by of give good reference when writing. i been won, together with the actual good the ,
woven together that It is difficult to
pick out one or another-and yet there (J Dr. Kilmer, the emi- THE A. T. MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE. remedy does, destines it to live and prosper and .
nent'kidney and bladder
of them all. The ever elegant -
Is the bloom
---- specialist, and is
still enlarge its circle of usefulness.The .
coverts, while absolutely Illustrated 4cts.
cravenette wonderfully successful In promptly curing catalogue stamps.

waterproof,are In lighter weights lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- demand for Ripans Tabules is growing .
for spring and.ln lighter coloring. bles and Bright's Disease,which is the worst CASTOe.XA.B..1ha : .

There 'Is a silver lining to every form of kidney trouble. The Kind You Have Always Bought and never was greater than at the present time. :
cloud, and that which will brightenup Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not recommended -
the for everything but if you have kid- Signature ysI-#- There is for it. If are troubled .
the Lenten dullness will be exquisite of a good reason you I
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found .I ,
dress goods now ready for dis just the remedy you need. It has been testedin with: headache constipation biliousness I
dyspepsia, ,
play. Challies, plain and In fancy so many ways, in hospital work, in private

3 weaves and'silk stripe, are offered with practice, among the helpless too poor to pur- sour stomach or any kindred ailment, buy a 5-cent
'" certainty of their pleasing, and besides chase relief and has proved so successful in

F these there are several kinds of mercerized every case that a special arrangement has g.O carton containing ten Tabules at any drug store
cottons, and they will be used been made by which all readers of this paper

for and, often for full home who have not already tried it, may have a and take them according to directions. You will
4' waits sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book .
dresses. Cotton albatross Grenadines Is also a telling more about Swamp-Root and how to Dyspepsia Cure soon realize why so many people, including all '
new and pretty thing. find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.

., both wool and mercerized, are shown. When writing mention reading this generous classes, enthuse over Ripans.

r; and: above,all the many kinds of open offer In this paper and 1 Digests what you eat.It .

wprk'' 'and lace ginghams and other send your address to ta ,,, W
artificially digests the food and aids
will call for Dr. Kilmer&Co.BingjiH
< cottons, 'and these any
-* + Nature in strengthening and recon.
amount of 'ribbons, but mostly ia the hamton, N. Y. The structing the exhausted digestive or ,-.. e
regular fifty cent and Hon of 8wam -Root., _. .. ....._ .. .... ..
:, narrow widths. gans. It is the latest discovered digest- ,--I 1---41.11" 11 1"" 1 'W Il I
sizes sold by all good druggists.
:" Is always dollar .
During the Lenten season there ant and tonic. No other preparationcan I

something ,on the tapis for the approach it in efficiency. It instantly

religious Instruction of the P .Nli=rtt SALVE.._ relieves and permanently cures 'W_ _J-Ar*..e of bad health that EI-P-A'JMwffl not bervflt.ttfe. They b&aWa psis and
proper Heartburn On gtit re.ut* Uio word K'l'i"A-JI'9 OB Ibaptukafe and aeu p4 no R
girls, and! part of that Is the the most healing salve in tha worldPISCES Dyspepsia, Indigestion, R'1'PA X-8,10 for i re nta,mny tie had as any drag store. 'Ten Miapled and eal thooatad WIMo
young t and one .... Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea BMV>UI"will he mail U to toy addraa 6>r i ocoU,forward to UM Kitat.a. CtwaitaJ Co,Na.MUlfc.
and 'early card parties iprawu\er I \ .
.' small Sick Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps and
thing and another, and some matron Is CURE FORm all other results of imperfect digestion.

'I good enough ,to. take, charge.of thehoie'and'engineer CUBS WKUE All MIS, > Price SOc.and$1. Large size contains W times 1 ,
'i Vee
Into the I Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good.
the matter na11sise.Book all about dyspepsia mailedf J
in time. Sold by drnwisis. I
''. port 'of decorum and a proper sentiment e ,,Prepared by E. C. DeWITT &CO., Cblcago ,
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", F.\ }_ :: : ; spent several days.- is a" '

(, .. ;,:_ .;_ ";>:" ', 'W.L.HUOHLETTM.; : D"t.l.6o'- T :m 4.'DANIEL: :,: with a rifle: ; killing number'. of ducks at Mr. W..E. Booth is engaged, on work MELBOURNE STATE BANK- &pitaI$15,- DREW"S

:::.'.< .:';t. .',, D. D. 8.=Offices over The Indian;Eier a .long range, sometimes- as far as 250 across the 'river at, Merritt.; and sometimes 000. J.H. Phillips,president;C. M.Horton,
:F'" ,Drug Go's stores,the leading Drugest .bliah- yards cashier. The only bank on the lower river
il" ', ,
: the big waves chase Teddy home and the pineapple region of Brevard S
..'., .,, ment of the Indian river country. % county. ""
'Cpl. R, S. Woodruff and wife, of, New !
: ; : : Mr. and Mrs. Albert Taylor and daughter EAU GALLIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
c Whole Haven,-are at the New ,Rockledge. The
; Carrie are stopping at The: Plaza, SEND FOR
colonel is one of Connecticut's prominent LEGAL
.. [Merchandise: the east coast of Florida.
r' ; for and for Mrs. CtTALOGUr.THE. .
.. Rockledge,_ a change rest Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and
i and of the
;y r .. ; Can meet all competition Write. for prices. politicians a member govern '
I < Taylor. fittings,Clothing, Paints and Oils, Grocer
. :, t' ,
I .. ; or's staff.
ies. Marine Jbr charter. .
\ WILLIAM,HINDLE.Undertaker and Em- railway, steamer -
: Rev. 'Mr. of Providence R.
I :'.' -- .j .. \ balmer, Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies St. Valentine played many.pranks as Burrows, H..W., .'DREW
: ,#' and Fitting Repairing L, conducted services at TSt. Mark's on FOBT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
,- i: ,Tinning Pipe well as to ,cause much, pleasure among COMPANY,

t j ': i.\ ; ,', Steam of Every Cooker.Description. Agent for Beveridge' the youngsters. Many lovely photos of last Sunday morning' to a large and' attentive C. P. PLATES-Physician and Surgeon. BLANK S #

I -?-<:':' < picturesque. went away'as val congregation.The i Calls to any point, on the river promptly JACKSONVILLE.FLA. .
i' 1," ''c' '". FRANK LIPP-Pra tica1Shoimaker.. Forty entines. town is and answered. Fo t Pierce Florida.. .
,lively many strangersare .
., all kind of, repairing
> S 'years
: experience;
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also ladies'and men's Mrs. G. Ayer and son of on our streets. Business is brisk and r
-. i ,.. ; t done, nice-and cheap; Washington, EAU GALLIE..
,:.f "jl-" shoes made to order. D. C., are escaping the rigors,of A wint rin'the merchants are happy. Everybody in ONH N. C. STOCKTON, President,

} S,::"" THE TBAFFORD.BAKERY.Firstqualit.f ) nation's capital by sojourning in good spirits and prosperous. Blossoms are showing on our orange THOMAS P. DEraAM Cashier, '

-. : Breadtma.deofhlgh grade floor,sent to any the' of America. of JAMES D. Basis, Ass't. Cashier. :-
S ,:=: Italy They are guests trees.Mrs.
:. Visitors at the school house last
... address also never-failing home-made yeastcakes. on
d" ; ; The Plaza. Young, of Eldred, Pa., arrived in
" ; y ; Ice Cream every Saturday. Friday were Mrs.: Skelly and Misses Minnie '
i :
.... . Eau Gallie last week.
'"* i i National Bank of
g ':,'- ', .. GOTO,J. }{. SANDERSThe Old Reliable Mr'W.H. Laughlin and wife, of Can Ruth and Grace Hardee, Miss Grif-
"I i t '"' Store, for. good, fresh and reliable goods ton, 0., are late, arrivals ,at The. Plaza. fith and Mr. L. S. Andrews. The yawl Princess carried a large partyof

; :\'. f, t' suCh as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery They are glad to get back to their old our visitors out on Indian river on
; Hats,Trunks and a full'line of Groceries. stamping ground and their friends are Mrs. C. J. Schoonmaker, Mrs. J. C. Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
Shaw and Miss Bouknight took the the State of FloridaCAPITAL
:r, "*: : ,: 7AEVIS HOUSE-:Open all the year round.JWt' very glad to see them. train for Rockledge on Saturday to see Dr. Smith and daughter, of Olean,
Pleasant location facing the river on river N. Y. domiciled at the Granada for
: > front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by Mr. Jno. E. Healy, of New Haven, is a the sights and have a little outing. They the winter
; l' the week or.month. guest of the New Rockledge. Mr. Healywas returned in the little launch Alice. ; season. .. $100,000.00.

1 the fortunate winner of the prize at Mr. and Mrs. Hanna and Master Walter .F
The of concert the Designated of the State of Florida -
at depository
prospect a new I
Hanna the Granada for
the Indian entertainment at are staying at
RIPPLES.a Kickapoo town hall is the theme for pleasure seek- and of the City of Jacksonville. Solicits
Madison Wis. last the winter. They were the arrivals
f\ year. among accounts of all classes and offers every facility
, these The chairs have
.. : ers days. new arrived of Saturday. consistent with prudent banking. Recognizing -
',-", 'I'' Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman Allen, of Rich and are being placed in the hall, the needs of that class who accumulate a ,
':_ ,_" 't. .. Paragraphs. Personal and Newsy Briefsat mond,-Va., are again at their old quarters and without doubt a large audience will C. W. McXabb carried a party over to surplus, we will allow interest on time deposits -

# ,"';': '.' Towns Along the Coast. at The Plaza. Mr. Allen enjoys the greet the Chicago Glee club. East Eau Gallie on Sunday. The excursionists We invite attention to the statement .,
below, condensed from our last official report; i
returned about 5 m. after a
of and his this
"S sport fishing trophy sea to the honorable controller of the
ROCKLEDGE. currency
( t ; f x ; son is'a 24 pound bass. There is nothing so changeable as the most enjoyable day.

'* Ask Collins, the Rockledge telegraph weather (unless it be a woman's mind), I CONDENSED I
Mr.and Mrs. A. F. Miller, of Olean,
;i4 operator, where all the freezes originate.Mr. Mr. A. E. Chatfield has a house full ofguests and it has more numerous freaks in that
N. Y., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. STATEMENT OF CONDITION !
whom Miss. Mary line this winter than usual. One has to
S. H. Peck left Monday for St. W. Stickney for a month or two. Mr.
> Churchill, Miss May Eddy, Mr. and Mrs.I. hang on to a linen duster with one hand At close of business June 29, 1900. f
3 Augustine and Jacksonville on a businesS'j Miller is an all round sport and jolly
H. Eddy, Mr. Louis Eddy and Miss and an overcoat with the other, and thendon't f
; trip. good RESOURCES
H ; I Liddia Eddy, of Connecticut.Mr. know which to wear.

'' #'< Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kilgore, of Frank- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Droney, of Olean, Loans and discounts____________$253,08419 (:

: :,,, '.. lib, Pa., are registered at the New RockS J. J. White and two of his guests, :. A brand new baby girl arrived at the N. Y., arrived at Eau Gallie last week. United States bonds____________.__ 101,000.00 i
**'- > ledge. Mr. Kline and Mr. Monzingo, went out home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stiling on Mr. and Mrs. Droney have expressed Premium on U. S bonds_________ 3,475.87 1
to fish for and back laden last The little has Bonds, stocks and securities_____ 145,089.72
sport came Thursday. lady come :1
S themselves delighted with Eau Gallieas
! Mrs. G. B. Boyett was called to San- as Banking house furniture and Fix., 44,417.62 .1
4 last week the serious illness of with, a string of pickerel and twenty- to find a cordial welcome in a housefull a winter resort. Other real estate owned___________ 6,700.00 t-
ford by three black bass, the largest weighed 8 of brothers and sisters and her little Cash and Due from other banks__ 186,824.12
.' her brother. The launch Eau Gallie was charteredto *
pounds.A wants will be tenderly cared for. God
t =' The light rains the past week are just bless the babies everywhere. carry a number of our townspeople to $660,591.12 r 1
large congregation greeted Rev. the Guild entertainment Melbourneon
what the trees need if we have no very at f
'more cold weather. IDr W., E. Smith on last Sunday morning at The merry-go-round has performed its Friday last. Among the young ladieson .

the"chapel, and as usual the minister mission, for the whole town goes roundin board were Miss Lizzie Danforth, Capital stock ..--------..-__..____$100,000.00 -
x and Mrs. Wm.C. Laney,of Raines- preached a very strong sermon. One of much merrier mood than before its Miss Mary L. Evans and the Misses Surplus and profits...._.._____.._ 28,70893
,ville, N. J., are late, arrivals at ,the New the features the beautiful a Circulating notes_____.._.________ 100,000.00 !
was voluntary advent. On Saturday the attraction was Florence and Bessie Hodgson.The .
Dividends uncalled for__________. 200.00 ,
Rockledge hotel. offertory the organ rendered by Miss equal to a circus. The school childrenwere Eureka hall was packed to the Deposits_..__....___. -__________ 431682.59 1

.. S Mr.H. S. Talman and wife, of Woodbury Bassett, of New Haven, Ct. out in force and the sires made the doors by the best citizens of Eau Gallie,

N. J;, are among the guests of the children happy by a liberal supplvoftickets $660,591.12 J
: ;., :,' ... Rev. S. Stephens, of Hillsdale, N. Y., Melbourne, Tropic, Banyan and other
'f New Rockledge. is a guest of Mr. Noice Bristol. Mr. among them. Messrs. Hammond, adjacent points Tuesday evening, the occasion -

I" 1: Mr. Albert Herndon and Mr. V. E. Stephens is pastor of the M. E. church at Theiss, C. W. Crabb, E. J. Schoon being the entertainment in aid of The Most Complete dElectrical

Ostergee,'of New York city, are guests of Hillsdale and the Bristols are members maker and others contributed to the general Eau Gallie's baseball club. The piano t,

the New Rockledge. nf his congregation. It is eapected that happiness.? Saturday night the music solo by Mr. Erie Adams was splendidly I .
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jai.\"; '' Mr. C. J. Root, of Bristol, Ct., who Mr. Stephens will preach the sermon at and lights drew the crowds and every rendered and loudly applauded. The apply f
body took a ride, and all felt the blood of
:. .//1. # was here for a few days looking after his the chapel on next Sunday morning.Mr. piano duet, "II Trovatore" (Verdi) by
in their veins.
youth again flowing
the Misses Evans and Hodgson receivedthe
4 i t.: has to Palm Beach.
property gone R. H. Patterson is happy over the deserved applause of the entire audience and "
; "Conscience makes cowards of all
+ .' Col. H. J. Tiffin, of Courtenay, was a latestreturns from Texas, by which he us but owing to the length of the i
', visitor to Roekledge this week and partook learns that he is of another wrote Shakespeare, and being accused of
grandfather program an encore could not be played.Mr. .
:: 'of the hospitality of The Plaza. an injustice, when one feels that their Construction House In the Soutb.
baby, a little daughter having arrived at J. A. Gilbert, in his negro song and .
motive is right is rather hard to bear.
Mr. Eli Mix and wife, of New Haven, the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. dance act, was as usual one of the successes
I There is also another trite saying of the
S of the New Rockledge. Joe Dickscn. This makes the tenth of the the local
are guests evening; squibs ..THE..
old bard which is also true: "To err is .
'Mix is of the city of New grandchild to gladden his old and hits well and
ftV '\ 1r. coroner age. human to forgive is divine ;" and thereis being tellingly given. (
Haven. s The audience applauded and encored so
A pleasant sailing party from The Plaza no perfection among humanity, but we Johnson-Law Company
: Mr. J. G. Bennett and Miss Bennett, I that Mr. Gilbert was obliged to appear a
I" consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Percival, Mr. are apt to excuse actions in ourselvesthat ,
of New York, are again located| at the and Mrs. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Bliss, we hastily condemn in another. The second time. After further applause the -0- '

::,: ,New Rockledge. This is their fifth sea- Mrs. Spaulding, Mrs. Gale, Miss, Moul- item in last week's correspondence condemning program the evening was proceeded was the play with.entitled The pieceof "A All kinds of batteries and battery

: eon here. ton and Prof. G.V.. Michael went to certain actions was at the time
renewals for i
j Bunch of Roses. Mrs. Petlove (Miss gas engine i ignition,
s Mr. D. T. McLean, of Washington Melbourne Beach in the Volunteer Mon- but the reflex of public opinion, but ;
Evans in her and bells annunciators and
) was perfection part, burglar
is another and most it however hard to bear it has brought to I
Court House, Ohio, Buckeye day a enjoyable day proved.Mr.
Mr. Petlove J. the
( Kingan Hodgson) alarms
constantly on
in the Land of Flowers, seeking the beau light many facts that heretofore the pub. i, I
A. L. Barnes of Duluth Minn. best possible impersonation of a jealous,
lic did not Know. It is hoped for the
ties of nature.
r... came down on one of those blizzards that good of all concerned that the tangle will old gentleman. The Maid Higgs (Miss lighting Plants Telephone Lines

; Mr. F. T. Craft and wife, of Jefferson, was recently headed this way, but meeting be straightened out. Hodgson) acted her part without a flaw, ,

N. Y., are enjoying the scenery of picturesque the genial south wind it checked its i and the young ladies, Miss PilkingtonMiss installed in any part I'

I Rockledge and while here are speed, but Mr. Barnes came'on and concluded ( Lizzie Da nforth) and Miss Graves of the state i

; 'S guests of The Plaza. to tour the Land of Flowers. He MELBOURNE.Mrs. (Miss Sadie Snell), carried oijt their '..,

is at The Plaza for comfort and parts in the most pleasing and entertaining Write us for information.
Mr. T. M. Monzingo, of Iowa, has arrived recrea Greenwood and son are guests of .

S with his bride and is located on the Gibbs house. manner. Hobson, the butler, (Mr JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Abstract .
tion.Mrs. Willhight) filled the roll! of the ,
.J.. his place in South Rockledge, looking Dr. Berens, a guest of the New Mrs. Stewart and Master Fletcher have the letter and ;i
servant to
after his grove, etc. Rockledge, holds the championship for gone to visit relatives in Daytona.Mrs. his get-up upper and acting was all that could GEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN .J=7

i. : Miss May Howes, of Oak Hill visited the largest fish yet caught. It came in I President. Actuary.
be desired. Eau Gallie is of her
:; M. Campbell and Mrs. Oliver arrived -.
;; with her brother, Mr. Tom Howes, sta. on her hook on Tuesday and tipped the BREVAKD ;
local dramatic talent, and WP hope in the i
from Palm Beach last week and
. S tion agent of the F. E. C. railway at beam at 27J pounds. Another fish of the "
near future have anoth "
* to cr opportunity
time here. ;
r Rockledge, this week. same tribe, bass, was caught the same will spend some of enjoying another such pleasant even j
. day by another guest, but it lacked one of Title
Mrs. John Goode to Eau Gallic
Mrs A. C. Wettengel, Master James ing. Great credit is t'ue Mr. J. A. Gilbert .
r \ Wettengel and Mrs. Glen Graham and pound of being as heavy. I last Wednesday to spend the day with for the able way in which he carriedout fl;

1' daughter, Miss Blanche, of Pittsburg, are The guests of the New Rockledge know' her friend, Mrs. Wm. Treutler. the details of this most entertaining COMPANY .:Jj!

; \ \ sojourners at The Plaza. how to enjoy life and make others enjoyit Mrs. Kitering and little son, of Chi- function. Will furnish abstracts of title .q|:

_ ] -Ii'i The New Rockledge has 125 guests, its too. On last Saturday evening a few cago, arrived at Hotel Carleton lately, AGOG? .,Cip 447S ? for lands in Brevard county. \

* S full capacity. Fifteen were turned away of them gave a concert and vaudeville where they will spend some time. r 1I OFFICE UN EB LAW OFFICE OF 1'\

, from one train on Monday because of no entertainment for the pleasure of the GEO. M. EOBB1 .'S, TiTUSVILLE FLA. ,]

"t room. But people come and go. rest. Those who took part were Mrs. Mr. Henry Jones and friend, Mr. Peter I $20 .

,. I' KcKee, Mrs. Simmons, Mrs. Hobart, Snyder, are among the late arrivals and EAST COAST MEAT
Dr. Robt. Amory and Mr.T. A. Harris MARKET
l' located with Mr. Jones.
Misses Brown, Bell and Bassett and Mr. are pleasantly
(; of Boston, the famous tea party town, are
Ostergee. It was an impromptu affair, I Teachers and Prospective Teachers 1
: \ : touring the sunny. south and are guests Mrs. M. Donraghty and Mrs. McCasm Agent 'J'r
.. but it proved a .perfect success. ; ed 1 Ci4:! **_,1.-..T* f A.T.....; ; ft*ir1. -- ,
01 The Plaza whsle in Rockledge.Mr. I arrrare v ast oaiuiuiv rum rams, au\&
f. ,t't The song service at the New Rockledge I visiting their friend, Mr. and Mrs. will find Review Classes at t
Geo. E. Bates and wife and :Miss ,on Sunday evening last was one of the Cassell. the Lake City College. =

. ( Violet Bates and Mr. Everett Bates area I best yet held. The spacious parlor was IAI Florida a ar

pleasant family located at The Plaza. full to overflowing and the veranda was Several of our young attend folks went the to Eau $Zo Covers all Expensesexcept I and
Gallie last Tuesday to : enter-
bail from Mt. ;
k They Vernon, N. H. Mrs. McKee of New :
fully occupied.
tainment. Some of the boys found the t 'IVestera

Dr. Peebles, a venerable sage of Battle York city, sang "The Song of Triumph" trip a little "wet. railroad fare, for one E

: Creek, Mich., is a guest of Major C. B. and by request, "The Holy City," two term. Send for circulars to & jlediSf ;
% Magruder, also Mr. Geo. Baker and wife beautiful solos, also Mr. V. E. Ostergee, (';om. Gilhs, Mr. Claude Gillis and Miss ti : .K

'., i S are sojourners at that hospitable abode. of New York city favored the people Anna Gillis arrived Saturday and will F. ITOOUM: q of all "' j jKinds.
with a beautiful solo, "The Homeland.He spend the winter in the Whiting cottage I II'V. i f .

;' ; Mr. R. L. Griffith, of Providence, R. also by request sang the verses as Melbourne Beach. Lake City Fla. E '

I I., is again at the New Rockledge. There soloa with congregation singing on the i J" J

is not much chat could keep R. L. away choruses the songs, "Where Is My Boy Mr. A. E. Campbell came up from _. 252S2SS .
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for eehort visit and his mother .
, f.-i* from Rockledge when the fish bite best. Tonight," and "The Harbor Bell." He and Roseland Mrs. Eason returned,with him to see ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Titusville, Florida. 4

J is a fine singer and his enunciation is per
Mrs. R. K. Friend and ,
: Mrs. A. M. the Roseland orange groves. --- ---

6! .. Boggs, of Wheeling, W. Va., are registered fect, which makes his music enjoyable. '
i at The Plaza and are enjoying the These services are growing more and :Mr. and Mrs. George Morton Rowley,
more popular. of have been the guests of BOBBINSATTAM
comforts afforded by that pleasant hoeS. Chicago, i!

S telrv. SUCCESSFUL: ALLIGATOR, HUNT. Postmaster Goode and family the past r J
'" j ----- --- week. They thought Melbourne a pleasant --.c '-- -- '-A -W--.4..J.I. '
!: I; ; .-' .Mr. J. D. Ferguson, Jr., and wife, of The largest alligator of the season was '
to spend a part their honey-
E' pot The 5 Minute Breakfast food! CO.
'j' ? Aurora, Neb., together with Mr. and captured last Thursday on Merritt's island -
moon. (Incorporated. Paid
.n :f" Mrs. Allen J Jonesof the same place, are a after an exciting struggle. The par- Purina Health Flour"BRAIN up Capital $25,000.00.) .

pleasant party of late arrivals at The ty started from Rockledge, and among The entertainment given at Educational This company owns lands :
k hall last Friday evening was a big success. r Makes J.
f"; :Plaza. those who witnessed and took part in in the Indian River Coun-
Thanks are due to the following BREAD
this novel
-j i., Mr. and Mrs. B. Fish, of Bridgeport, sport were Col. Raulston and try, on the St. Lucie River
wife, of Chattanooga, Tenn., Mr. and parties, who performed their parts well: PURINA MILLS. ST. loUIS. Mo. ,
Conn. visitors at New River
1 are Rockledge are and Bis-
Mrs. A. Fones and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Misses Mattie Brown, Miday, .;
'U I stopping the New Rockledge. Mr. FREDERICK A. MORGAN, Bay.
Mattie Hoke Mollie Nicholson Susie
of ,
Furgeson, Nebraska, Mr. Mullener, of
is of
Fish the
:'! one managers of Barnum'acircus. Raritan, N. J., J. W. Watson, of Corao- Johnson.Annie and Jessie Goode, Sudie REAL ESTATE INSURANCE, PRICES TO SUIT THE; TIMES. '

i: r -:. polis, Pa., J. G. Doll, of New York, and Hoke, Mesdames C. J. F. Campbell, :G. COLLECTIONS, ;

t- : i Mr. A. K. Hawkes, the noted optician M. D. Lapham, of Rhode Island. The F. Snedeker, Geo. Brown, F. C. Irwin,. Send for land list !

I l" ,' ,of Atlanta, was in Rockledge this week participants were all guests of White's R. W. Goode and others. Also Prof. Stenography, Typewriting. OFFICES AT . .

:; : l ,_ on his way home from a trip to Cuba andi' Earl Adams for music. NOTARY PUBLIC. TITUSVILLE, FLA. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. 1

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'COUNTY SCHOOL M B Rn: ception being then at Fernandina. Tot,Cause. .-Night-- .Alarm. ,- J .

., This means, practically, the abolishmentof J'
Jas. Son
." Pritchard f.
.. the: state board of health so'far.s! ""One night. my brother's baby was
; Official Bejwrt. of Their:BuslneM Meeting maritime ( taken with croup," writes.Mrs. J.C. Sni- ,, 1 ..
quarantine affairs -
are concerned. der, of Crittenden Ky. "It seemed it r
+ .Month.The Headquarters
the '' !
y : board
| to do 1
proposes however, would before
strangle could doctor
we get a for.HARDWARE.-. . .
board met-Monday; Feb.. 4th at has not yet been announced. If the'goy-' ,so we gave it Dn.King's New Discov-

=' 8KX a. m.',_ Present J/M. Dixon* chair ;ernment will.:place the., proper men in ery, which gave quick relief and perma-

u : man';' R, ,N, Andrews ',and R. E.. charge: r.' Porter at:the: head, for instancethe nently, cured it., We always keep it in "I

secretary.: The minutes of the last people of the state will offer the,house to protect our children from t

'meeting were>ead and approved.., of chronic .
a bronchial
trouble that
f treasurer's report for the month of has teen heretofore that the Marine Hospital no
Jan- "
other .Tinware .
would relieve. Crockery.
remedy Infallible .. .. i
uary:'was received, examined,approved \ service has sent/many young and for coughs colds, throat and lung? trou ;'

and ordered entered in the'minutes, and inexperiencedphysicians to the most im bles. 50c and $1. Trial bottles free at STOVES :
. the warrants filed.. portant posts; to cope.with situations for Wilson'& Son's and J. B. Screven's. 3 ; :; t

Bills were read in'detail ,and. payment which they had neither the ability nor Boat Goods Paints and Oils '
authorized the experience !
?as per "Itemized Expenditures. PROPERTY FOR SALE. ,

." The following is offered for sale by the and '

IV A- Mr. 'T. J. Thompson was appointed Old Soldier'i._Experience. owner at. very low prices, if taken at ': r'

supervisor of Canaveral school; M. M. Austin a civil war veteran, of once: S c .1 'tsWOODENWARE'

Application of, Mr. ,Wm. Watton(of Winchester, InJ., writes: "My wife was One four-year-old mare, broken to hare ; .
Clifton, for special term for his children sick a long time in'spite of good doctor's ness and saddle $75; one pair of mules .
: a was declined with treatment, but was wholly cured bv Dr. and wagon, f225; one pair of heavy Write for prices. i

The regret.: King's New Life :Tills, which' worked mules and wagon, $250; one mule, $75, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. J "
request of Shiloh school, where wonders for her health.!' They always guaranteed for all work and gentle 300 !.

.the attendance has fallen below the legal do. Try them. Only 25c at Wilson & head of hogs, in good Crder1OQ; 10 Box 212. :
E,. limit, for continuation of term was de- Son's and J. B. Screven's drug stores. 3 swarms bees, $25. .

dined I Also the following real estate: House Dr. S.W. Carroll. W. E. Goldsmith. .. i;
The request from the state superintendent White Republican Club. and lot located near Titusville, ten acres, ,I

for history and cost of buildings of l,500ftwenty acres pine land, part or- CARROLL & GOLDSMITH .'
the prominent school There is a division 'in' the Republican ange grove, fifty bearing trees, $300; for '
new structures in
ranks, not only in Jacksonville but i ty acres of hammock and orange groveon .
the county, was placed in charge .of Staple and Fancy GROCERIES
principals of Titusville and Cocoa schoolsto throughout the state, and the white Miami same$500., $800; house and lot in North : .
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of the in -
organizing *
party are
furnish the necessary data. several of the For further particulars inquire at or ad- Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, '.
Application of Mr. C. H. Nauman. for The movement principal in Jacksonville towns. inaugurated dress X, care'STAR office, Titusville, Fla. Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware. I Titusville, Florida. ; ,
aid and books for his'children was grant was We solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to.
1 under the operation of the': usual' aid during the last presidential Orange Grove For Sale.
I election, and the dissenters were known
system. as the."Lily Whites: The organizationwas One of the finest. groves in Brevard E. L. BRADY & BRO.
Proposition of and
Cocoa Rockledge for the purpose of fighting the colored county; five acres, under good wire fence, ,
News to-publish gratis the full monthly element of the who had at Shiloh, with 400 boxes of fruit on
minutes of the board, if copy of its proceedings captured same this winter. Will sell with or with-
ia furnished, was accepted, and the organization. Since the election out present crop. Write quick to S. care Dealers Groceries Grain fJ
axyote of thanks tendered for its courtesy. the white Republicans have been exceed- STAB office, Titusvifle.GERES. In and Hay;
ingly active and have enlisted a very I rl
secretary was requested to confer
large number of prominent citizens in
with other papers in the county and secure -
the club which
their consent to do likewise. was organized sum ; ? We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively ,
mer. The club was. named McKinleyand in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on '
Miss Fanny L. Gray was assigned to Roosevelt White Republican club, e.a I SIMPLEST MAOL,COMPAI&UTMI CASH 5IIIIH'I'I Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO.,TITUSVILLE,FLA. ,
complete the term of Ft. Drum school, : .J..J CASTINGS.""
but at an enthusiastic meeting, whichwas -
where Mr. A. H. Cole, the present teacher ,
largely attended Monday night, the I. 'T STATIONARY..
from failing health was compelled to Bond Lumber C
name was changed to the White Repub. AVU ISL nOPfu'VAldsTiP R. .

resign. lican club of Jacksonville. .
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Letter from lion. Wm.'N. !Sheats, state Many of the most prominent Republicans .I On hand and Constantly Arriving, '

superintendent ,of public instruction, in of Jacksonville were present at this r
L Ul\.I.BEH.
_4 reply to the request of the school board . .
and officers elected W
meeting, new were GRISARD,
for to hold only ,regular meetings J. IT Scroll Work 'Balusters Newel Posts '
power as follows: President, J. S. Fairhead; Shingles, Moulding, ,
: quarterly, was read, in which he called first vice president, A. D. Stevens; second Bean, Orange Cabbage and Tomato Crates, '
Yattention to regulation 5 on page 82 of vice president, W. B. Owen; third vice Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc. ,

school laws, which provides that county president, Jacob Burkheim; treasurer, J. TTTCSVILLE, FLA. Estimates made on all building materiaL, Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver '
boards shall hold .regular meetings at H. Norton secretary, John F. Barr. anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right.
least monthly during the session of Office at Mrs. J. D. Crabb'e.
Bond Lumber CC
Sugar Machinery Sold. .....FO R..... r.
The bill of :Mr. E. C. Summerlin for 8. G. VANLANDINGHAM Manager
hauling, storage and care of furniture and Kissimmee Gazette: The entire ma- A Shave and a Hair Cut t tTitu

books was laid over for future considera chinery and plant of the St. Cloud sugar v ille. : Florida.

tion. mill and factory has been sold by Sabel ....GO TO.... .

Bros. of Jacksonville, to the Redo Bros. '
TITUSVILLE, FLA., Feb. 4, 1901. of Mexico, and the whole outfit is to be .Barber

To the Hon. A. A. Stewart, Clerk of the Cir- shipped immediately to Mexico. The St. ..... Shop, Fine Line

cuit Court. Cloud mill is the only one in Florida, None but experienced work- I TITUSVILLE of Furniture
Sir:-In compliance with section 3, and one of the largest in the south, witha men employed, and perfect '
chapter 4332, laws,of ,Florida, we here capacity of 500 tons of cane daily, or satisfaction- ,guaranteed......... I ***>&LU& to arrive in a

by file with you the following itemized 90,000 pounds of dried sugar. The entire J. L. CABBUTHEBS,Proprietor. few days. ;

statement of all school moneys received, plant was purchased a year or so ago i Call and
._ appropriations made and warrants issued from the Disston Land company by Sabel see 'l

for the month ending the 4th day of Bros., who have now resold it at a hand our Fine Line of

February, A. D. 1901. some profit it is said. The Redo Bros. Ladies Shirt Waists. )

Warrants outstanding at last report $10,565.96 own large sugar plantations in Mexico,
': Warrants issued in February._______ 1,81750 which they are enlarging. They have Also our new tip'; t

Total--------------------412,383.16 been negotiating for this mill for some Line of Ladies ---
Less warrants paid in February ____ 155.00 months, and are very pleased with their Fine Underwear. ;
Warrants now outstanding12228.16 JOHN R. WALKER & CO., _. --. -
Balance cash on hands as per Ladles, Have You Seen ::1'k2"iS'' ;
'treasurer'a last ...nn1't._: .__. $ 214. .r.
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Received in February____._155.18 Or heard of Solid Cuevee Silver Tableware? :' :::
: : This is the new metal that is rapidly super
y seding sterling silver for spoons knives, forks ;
$15752 MOn
Warrants paid in February__ 155.00 and other tableware. It is exactly the same r THE PLAZA HOTEL
metal through and through, has no plating to j
Balance in hands Treas..___$ 2.32 2.32 wear off looks just like sterling silver, is f**;: I
-- harder and will wear longer. It costs about r- ;-v-J-'v'c-:>tft

1'- Deficit in funds__..___.___.__$12,225.84 one-sixth as much. It is not for sale in stores &IJUtXsriviWisS'i *-
I but every lady in this vicinity can obtain a A .
ITEM'ZED BECEIPTS. set of these Solid Cuevee Silver Teaspoons, TOO LATEto
Balance in treasury at last report____$ 2.14 warranted to wear for twenty-five years, Rook-ledge. Florida,
From'tax collector co. school levy 1900 126.06 without paying a cent. Write for this free think of insurance when the house is !.
.. polls 1900 19 00 offer&t once, before it is withdrawn. Quaker in flames. The time to consider it is all the famous Indian river. Large airy rooms, fine view of the

". State.. treasurer.. tax.. 1895________ 039 Valley Mfg. Co., Morgan and Harrison Sts., the time previous to that. river, every modern convenience, sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, .
4 189tt_.__.__ 0.40 Chicago.P. And I can help to reach a decisionas S. H. PECK .
.. .. .. .. you riding and driving. Proprietor.Also
;.l7 18i7________ 1.48 S.-Cut this notice out and return it i. to the amount ofINSURANCE
i -- ittt It 198-------- 2 00 with your request. This is important. managing partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel with a capac-
4* 1899__.____ 5.85 ity for 350 guests.GEO. .

Total receipts._____.____-_____$ 157.32 Treasurer's Statement. to be placed on business premises, stock,
7 ITEMIZED EXPESD1TDBES. FEBRUARY 1, 1901. residence, furniture, etc., and the companies :N. HATCH, : : :: I

Balance cash on hand Jan. 8,1901. $ 2,807.75 to place it with.I ----
(= Teachers' salarit's________._....-. $1,526.25E. -
75.00 Amount received in Jan., 1901____ 560.96 represent all the best companies, and
E. Miins, salary county supt.------ Dealer in '
'J. M. Dixon. per die January.-.- 2.00 solicit your insurance business. Write General ,
E. N. Andrews, per diem for January Total$3,368.71 for rates on your properties.
.______._._______ 6.00 and
l4: and mileage_.___ Less amount paid in Jan., 1901, C. S. SCHUYLER consisting everything" f""'"
C. P. Platts, per diem for January and warrants delivered to county commissioners in EOCKLEDGEPLA.
S mileage. .__. ______._____._ "1940 and board of public in. Fla. usually kept afirstclass : ....
J. M.Dixon--per---diem; for February2.00 struction ____________.._._____....$ 538.58 Titusville ?*>ner atorR.
R.N. Andrews, per diem for Februaryand Calendars and blotters for distribution.
mileage_______._..____. ____-__ 6- Balance cash on hand Feb. I, 1901. 2830.13 J.
K B. E. Mims, incidental expenses for The above amount is heM as follows:
4 January.-..--___.__ _____-___-_ 6.46 Deposited in Indian River State R. L. MOTLOW .
Hinds & Noble free text books ______ 15.71 bank, as per cashier's certificate attached -

Brevard Co. State bank, interest on to monthly report___.______$2,830.13 . r
warrants to Feb. 1st_________.______ 56.91 ALL THE GOLD
Indian River State bank interest on Balances belonging to each fund are as ...tEALEB IN... +
Feb. 1st 64.10 follows: -4u IN KLONDIKEcould
to -
warrants --- --------
Melbourne State bank, iuterest on County revenue, general fund __.._.$ .76 s u e o o O o a t
' Feb. 1st --- 24.61 road and bridge __..._ 2.50 4
warrants to ----------
.__.__ 10.85 o I '( ao buy no better more
school house, building .
rent of ll
Sawtelle, : .
J. P. ; and
Dec and Jan. _______._._______.___ 4- fine and forfeiture ____._ 93.46f 'o i : carefully constructed or more accurately intelligently
and drayage on feeding prisoners ___.__ 35.18 0 designed wheels
R. L ;Moon, freight
furniture._.___.____________-_.___ 2.01 sp'l r'd., f d, Dist.2.. ,'99 levy__- 4 43 0 ; than
'" '" ... I ,

t.'. Fee school& Stewart No. 21 _,__stove_____._fixtures__________for__ 6.75 .. .... ". ".. ... 200 599 ".. ___ 2,483.65 1045 1r ,: ,
-- 11 i > 5, inn vv _._ 111 ort.'..!. .
warden fund __ ___ 50.00
expenditures-$1,817.20 game -
Total o'clock on Monday .. property of deceased persons tL \ \ \
Adjourned to meet at8 fund.______ _.______._____ 1.80 i
March 4th, 1901. (' school fund ___._____._____ 2.32 I \

Attest: R. E. MIMS, Secretary. TotaL.$2,830.13 r 'IN 4
F. H. BOYE, t i '

State The government Must Vacate has Mullet served notice Key.on Deep Mystery.It County.Treasurer.A CoP n4M1l l I it \ ( \ PRICE $40 Lii

of the : There are w lecs whi<:h
Hon. W. B.Henderson, president is a mystery why women endure are higher priced but i
i'' Florida state board of health; that the backache, headache, nervousness, fcleep- economical and original i

; state station must be removed from Mul- lessness, melancholy, fainting and dizzy 1 Handle Mowing \\Vell Known\ Brands: I methods manufacturing have and made selling the

let key, which'is a government reserva spells when: thousands have proved that I I 1 Rambler price possible,
t K tion. The government offers to buy the Electric Bitters will quickly cure such MURRAY HILL CLUB, "for the best Ramblers ever buIlt"We
for with kidney
troubles. "I years '
equipment of the state board at writes Mrs. Phebe Cherley, I. W. HARPER ask you to call and see
Hospital trouble, hammer, and secure a Colored -
price.. This means that the Marine of Peterson, Ia., "and a lame back painedme GOOD CHEER "Jcsi Poster or AGE.Covered" Booklet
of ,
will ,take ,entire charge but Electric
:service so I could not dress myself, -
the quarantine affaire-a move which has Bitters wholly cured me, and, although OLD CASCADE SOURMASH

.'" been anticipated since the passage of the 73 years old, I now am able to do TENNESSEE WHISKY.
the last coness giving it the authority all my housework." It overcomes con-
w. to do so; !The government owns stipation, Improves appetite, gives perfect' TitnsYille and Cocoa, Florida.I6rSend J
which three of the four state health. Only 50c at Wilson & Son sand E. B. WAGER Agent Titusville Fla.
"/ the land on J. B. Screven's drug store. 3 me your order.' ,
located-the ex-
quarantine stations are
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iilLIT ': : : ,{ lut' tJ j government d documents summarizing the ChaiJ. E. Davis,1074*W. 'Congress 8t;, m

: : : .purely.. .technical portions.La Chicago, writes: lhave suffered for years .\"tC\ fliJ
.. with bronchial trouble and bave'triedmanp'kinds
: .
-; ,: "Society Formed! to Spread, Sellable Evidence ,.
: of medicine without
.. relief
t, : .".... ., .i On. Our New. Possessions.'The Grippe Quickly Cared. until began.taking Foley Honey' and
'. I:i.-'. : ; Philippine- information"society; :'lh :the ymterpf. 1898 and 1899 fwas Tar, which cured me. It saved 'me' 'doctor -

: '/ '.' xecehtly' formed,fgrthepurposeofspieading taken down'with a eeve're'attack of what kills this. winter. 25cJ Wilson- & Son.Telophone' .
palled la F, L. Hewett, a : 4
grippe says
,fellable information he Philippine .
; : ; prominent druggist of'Winfield,'111. "The ,
j t.\: :question, ,has now. issued three pam only medicine I used was two 'bottles 'ofChaniberlain'aCoagh ; JAne to Cuba..

.I..\, phlets varying' in !lengthtfrorn: .28 'fc 60 Remedy. It broke Times-Union and'Citizen:' Florida is to
: pages and has, therefore, arrive at a thecold and stopped the coughinglikemagic
,; ; -
[ : : up ? be connected with Cuba,by ah..undersea ,
'iff' -: tage when the value of its publicationscan ; and I have never since been .. "
line. The termini'of the line
, : : -x be judged. The members'of Ibis troubled ,with grippe." Chamberlain's telephone : '
. r:.: ..' ,society be dependedupon' have not been announced; but-it is stated The Kind,You.Have Always Bought, and which has been
Cough Remedy can,always
11 understood be in ,
are tot 'great part
; ; supporters of the late administration i impelled -' :to break up'a severe cold and ward that the.Bell Telephone company! has de- in use for over 30 .years, ,has home the, signature of ,
"" off threatened attack of pneumonia.: : made under hid per-
been .
any and has
-if.- desire to know the in
by a patriotic ,
It is pleasant to take too,.which makes it
since its infancy.,
tIPs nal supervision
f w actual state affairs in distant Asi-
of our
the desirable of the most
most and one whom the 'company purchased it. ,An .
:aticjx sessions. They claim that on this popular preparations in use for these ail advantage p! the invention is the savingin I A1low'noonetodeceiveyouintws.All
= important public opinion.whichis &Son. and "Just-as-good" are but '
subject ments. Jjpr sale by Wilson wire by the of Counterfeits, Imitations
use Dr..Ptipsteel
, t.. 4- always(\ so'potent'-a factor in' our country .Experiments that trifle with'and endanger the health of
I wire system, will, be, it is said, $120 a
" xti ought to be based not merelyon: the of the Parisexposition -
The monumental.gateway mile. The whole invention is based on Infants and Children-:Experience against Experiment.

: :;_ ,press accounts which, especially in.wartimes withlts surmounting statue the principle of equivalents'between nonr
:. R ,"j must of necessity ,give a limited has been sold for $2,000. to a dealer in ,
uniform conductors of
) large 'electromagnetic
;it:= mound of information,. but should be scrap iron. > reaction and uniform conductors of What is CASTOR I
' ,
.p/ 'formed with.a thorough, knowledge of the. '
large reaction.This .
, .,.' case'as it is'set forth in the documents More adults die of' kidney trouble than electro-magnetic Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric

:- i! c,.} submitted by the naval military and any.other! disease When.the first symptoms Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
; diplomatic representatives of onr-govern- of this disease appear,, no time ,season there is a large death rate ,

:. .' rout in the Philippines,' to, the ,treatycommissioners I should be lost in taking Fpley Kidney among children from croup and lung contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other' Narcotic

. R' :\ at 'Tans-: arid to the 1 Cure; which is guaranteed'or money' re- troubles. Prompt action will save the substance. Its age is its guarantee. destroys. Worms

r ;< : United States .congi ss'These, voluminous funded. 50c. Wilson & Son. ., little We know'of ones from nothing' these so terrible certain give and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind

, :If::. documents are to be obtained only by instant'relief as One.1\Iinute Cough Cure.It Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, 'cures Constipationand

f '. f;:: application i to Washington, and that after At Hohkonigsberg, in Alsace, the ,remains can also be relied upon in grippe and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

,': jr. a laborious .search through congressionalrecords of an early mediaeval castle are to all throat and lung troubles of adults. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
.: be restored by the German emperor in Pleasant take. Wilson & Son.
:;, < in order to discover what documents The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
,in which Pierrefonds was restored -
: way
i contain the desired information, ,
;, 4 r. therefore the Philippine Information society by Viollet-le-Duc.' Prof. Fl"wl"b, of London university,
: is employing trained readers whoa is now conducting important experimentsin GENUINE CASTORIA
c': nt out the documents, compile, from .t Sick.Headache, connection with the transmission of

;a; 1 the various volumes the evidence bearing is the bane of women. What is wantedis .electrical energy. It is said that the pro- Bears the Signature of "

on, ,the leading topics under discussion, pot reliefalone, ,- but relief and cure. fessor has discovered means by which
and thus within reach of Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspepticide will cure jqwer can be distributed without wires
: put easy the
. sick headache for all time: It makes the
public the most reliable: information pos-: stomach right. by utilizing ether: '

_' ( '. sible. The chairman of this society, Dr.

J. J.Putnam.of Boston, and among the How to Cure the Grip. Like bad dollars, all counterfeits, DeWitt'g'Witch df

: vice-chairmen,,who' are vouchers for its Hazel Salve are worthless.The ,

.._ : good faith, are Professor Royce,. of Harvard Remain quietly at home and take original quickly cures piles, sores
Chamberlain's Cough as directed and all skin diseases. Wilson & Son.
f' university; Mr" Richard Watson and a quick recovery is sure to follow. The EM You Have Always Bought
Gilder New
r' of the Century company, counteracts
That remedy any tendencyt Some advertisers think that if their
} York and Francis Blake of the Bell
: ; Mr. the grip to result in pneumonia, which
printer spreads himself on colors, orna- In Use For Over 30 Years.
. 1 : Telephone. is really the only serious danger. Amongthe
.: :: The pamphlets issued by the society tens of thousands who have used it ments and wave rules, he is doing artistic
(> may be obtained free of cost (only single for the grip not one case has ever been work for them. It is not usually so. ; __. ._ -:. : ,:' ::_:-,::, ": 0 _,. ',_':. : :.=--: __ ,' ,:- :4i< '. :

copy of each only to one address) by anyone reported; that did not recover. For sale
Frost Bites and Chilblains
Wilson & Son.
:f :' :.. who will send to L.. K. Fuller, 12 by

f ; Otis Place, Boston. of his congressman Quickly cured by Banner Salve, the most
\ A entta percha substitute has recently healing remedy in the world. Wilson &
as two cent stamps as he I .A. Bc Fide Sa,1
'1 < ; many been patented. It consists of a mixtureof Son. ; >:n. ry !
-desires'pamp'hl and,his own name and .
address legibly written, or if possible pulverized peat and resin oil and forms : $12 "VIT'eelsJLy.

; ': printed on a'separate card. smooth doughlike material. CASTORR Men and women to appoint agents and represent, some to

" The first pamphlet entitled. "Aguinal- travel, others for local work. $12 weekly salary and expenses.

.' 2, do, together! with the Authorized Account 8100 REWARD 8100. For Infants and Children. Old established house, pleasant, permanent positions, rapid
\ of the Alleged Spanish Bribe," has collected The readers of this paper will be pleased to advancement and increase of wages. Write at once.

: L: all the official accounts of the treaty learn that there is at least one dreaded disease The Kind You Have Always Bought Address BUTLER &. ALCER,
. that science has been able to care in all its
of, which terminated the stages, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Dept. E. NEW HAVEN, CoQ .

. ,: rebellion of 1896. It also includes a few Cure is the only positive cure known to the Bears theSignature ... #.
i / Setters and proclamations issued by medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu- of : ,
tional disease requires a constitutional treat
.,' .Aguinaldo's government. The second THAT IS. ;
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, :
i"E pamphlet called., "The Insurgent Government acting directly upon the blood and mucous sT -- <
of 1898" is in two jparts. The first surfaces of the system, thereby destroyingthe : ;
f; X'J part is taken chiefly from 'senate document foundation of the disease, and giving the CRYSTAL LENSES Our Specialty,
patientstrength by building the constitution -
" f': 66, being the account endorsed by ; and assisting nature in doing its work. TRaDE '
'!r Admiral Dewey of the two naval officers The proprietors have so much faith in its Guilty First aai 61 sya. G. M. DAVIS & SON

; who traveled into the interior while the curative powers that they offer one hundred i tJg$ ;
: ."ollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send
' > .
Filipino was in force. The PALATKA FLA
; government ,
for list of testimonials.
;; ..; second part gives a number of opinions Address F. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.

t: with regard to the capacity of the Filipinos 3S Sold druggists, 75c. __- '- Write for delivered prices.Steamship. .

W' for self-government, which are so divergent Hall's Family Pills are the best. ,

": T. that one feels as if the pamphlet

\. < proves little, unless it disproves the statement -, For Over Fifty Years

} often made that the evidence is MBS. WINSLOW'S >SOOTHING SYRUP has been
used for over fifty Tears by millions mothers Ocean CO1
1 <)overwhelming on one side or the other tor their children while teething with perfect
. f The third pamphlet, issued Monday,January success. It soothes the child softens the sums, ,
'. allays all pain cures wind colic, and Is the best
' 28th, is called "Our Relations to the remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor J. B. SORE VEN
: dttle sufferer: Immediately. Sold by Druggists ,
'. f::<:v Insurgents Prior to the Fall of Manila. In every part of the world. Twenty-five cents '
SA.v ANN Aa LJ:1\TE.:
Were Promises Made?" The pamphlet a bottle., Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow DRUCCIST
? soritnint'vrun and ULEP no occur Rind Fast Freightand
,,. includes all the, accessible official evidence Luxurious

., with regard to the often repeated COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Has the Sale of These 'Celebrated GlassesIN Passenger Route

.. :.: :;. assertion that our government by early Under and in pursuance of an order of the i
; ; recognition of the insurgents or alliance Honorable J. B. Wall,judge' of the 6th judicial -! TITUSVILLE, FLA. TO NEW YORK, BOSTON AND THE EAST

o .' \viththemis bound to grant independence circuit, state of Florida,acting in the steadof I
Y to the Filipinos. The brief introduction the judge of the 7th judicial circuit of i From the Factory of....

- r: says: "ft may as well be stated Florida, who was disqualified to act in said i r
;.' at once that the editors have found no cause, issued March 23rd, A. D. 1900, we will i Kellam & Moore,

, direct evidence that seems to them to sell at public outcry, in front of the court The only complete Optical plant in the e
house door Jitusville, Florida, to the high .
: bear out this assertion, (i. e. that pledges est and best bidder for cash, during the legal South, Atlanta. Ga. ,

4' ,' were made). In order, however, that hours of sale, upon the first Monday in March,

I:.#. :. readers may determine themselves the A. D. 1901, the same being the 4th day of the KING 21 MALARIAIs

> f.. extent of our obligations to the Filipino month for partition all the following described -
k people all the accessible evidence is here real estate in Brevard county, Florida, to- king of all CHILL TONICS.

J ., > submitted.." wit: The south 28 acres of lot 1, section 15, .
j' - -- -- -- -
R The evidence consists chiefly of the !. township 35; south, range 40 east.
t consular correspondence on the subject; E. C. SUMMERLIN,
t: the early correspondence between General THOMAS L.PAINE,

. .' \: Anderson and Aguinaldo, which General Commissioners.AD3IINISTRATOR'S .
;;f' Merritt Unexcelled service from Floridato
states was "deprecated by NOTICE. all points .. .. .. ..
..t i: .j Admiral Dewey;" the statements of certain -
r. r'. army officers before the treaty commissioners Notice is hereby given to all creditors that North, East and West. BY LAND AND SEA.
six months from date I will present my final Short Rail Ride to Savannah,
Paris and the of
; portions accounts and apply to the Hon. D. L. Gaul. Two trains daily between TAMPA, I thence via Palatial Express I
i the army and navy reports dealing with den, county judge of Brevard county, Flori- JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and Steamships. . .
R the subject. "It should be noted," the da, for my discharge as administrator of the COLUMBIA, carrying Pullman Drawing
editors state, "that from the documents estate of Cornelia S. Bass, deceased, and as Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA SAILINGS FROM SAVANNAH : ooI

" 'It quoted below extracts have been used guardian of Walter J. Bass.THOS. with sleepers forWASHINGTON 00000004
as C. BASS, 4000
. .: a basis for the assertion that pledges were I Administrator of C. S. Bass and I SHIPS EACH WEEK
made." The context appears to destroy guardian of Walter J. Bass. BALTIMORE
:: somewhat the impression one might gain and -NEW.- .. YORK- -._.\. TO NEW YORK,
+ from stray sentences. Making close connections with New York-Boston
Ships or Sound Lines.
Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via
The last pages of the pamphlet deal H. A. HODGES ASHEVILLE. AI: ticket
agents and hotels are supplied with montlly sailing schedulesWrite
.. with the taking of Manila and the efforts "Dixie

to keep the insurgents out of the city at Satsuma alights, Fla. Flyer" Through Route between Sleeping Car staterooms for general reservations information, call, sailing schedules,

i that time. In view of the tales we haveS JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUISvia or on WALTER HAWKINS
1 always heard about the looting that Dealer in and Manufacturers of W. H. EJjE ?iNT?, Traffic Mana8erGeneral Agent Traffic Department,
;. would have occurred had the Filipino Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, New Pier 35, North River, New York. <*>* West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Chattanooga and Nashville,
entered with it is somewhat YELLOW PINE
ry' troops ours, -
rr rr JOf7Jr
r- rr r r r r- rr r r=
find in letter from Gener- AND CYPRESS LUMBER Making connections for KANSAS CITY, n
!:t. surprising to a CHICAGO and all points in
I." : al Anderson to the adjutant general at the northwest. Budded Pecan Trees, ( FREICHT 8

.J t ; Washington, the following sentence with Fruit and Crates Through sleeping-ear service between Jack- 5
Vegetable Trees
Ift. < S regard to the "several thousand armed sonville and New Orleans yia River Junction Orange All Kinds of

.. Filipinos" who did succeed in enteringthe and Pensacola. PREPAID/ i
t! "It' be said however Estimates furnished for complete bills 01 Peach Trees TPlan s I 1
't, : city: must : ; Full information on application to any aged; 1 t
ffj :. that they maintained good discipline." lumber to be delivered at any point on the of this company. i

We understand.from the printed out- East Coast. E. ST. JOHN, PEARS, PERSIMMONS. PLUMS FIGS. MULBERRIES CAMPHOR

jJ tine that the remaining pamphlets in the To PATENT Good Ideas First Vice Pres. and General Manager, TREES CRAPES ORNAMENTAL TREES AND SHRUBS. ii

rA ., S present series carry on the narrative from may be secured by General V.Superintendent E. McBEE. Largest Stock of Trees. Best Quality. Low Prices. i t

: the fall of Manila to the close of the year our aid. Address, L. S. ALLEN, 1

t: I 1899 with one' last pamphlet on' the THE PATENT_ RECORD, General Passenger Agent, POMONA NURSERIES at5 tf tEl'l' FUJACKSONVILLE .
Baltimore,MdL .M
I 'Present Situation. .These pamphlets, Subscription to the patent Kecurd$LUO per*nncio.DYSPEPTICIDE. PORTSMOUTH, ViRGINIA. (

4: ...: <, >... we are told, are to' give the accounts of ", FLA.
:, :z our commanding officers, and the correspondence A. MACDONNELL ADDRESS THE CRIFFINC BROTHERS COMPANY, .
:" between oar and theriL Ass'tGen'iPassAgt, Catalogue free upon application P. O. BOX i
k:; ;' generals The greatest aid to DIGESTION. Jacksonville, Florida. B33 B. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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,. .'.. .,' l FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15 1991.. f
'_ 4 THE,... '. : .
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. .r $tr: : "THEFLOR..ID..STA.R: I The, War 'Outlook .Jn" Africa. Redistricting .Florida.The I ---- ---- ---- ----- 1I @

t [ :;" ; ._ ., -
t "\';"'''''' ; 8eriounessof the"situation population of[Florida, given by
;ffi//: : ', < THe ; I
_ :;t_':', ,.." toffice atTitneville! .as. in,South Africa from >the British' the last census, ,entitles the state to another lAKING .
t. ''". '. second mail matter, admitted .congressman, 'and the question Of I
standpoint is even by rI
restricting the state is a most importantone

I:.V.:, '. ." .. Ellis. Wager, Editor!: and Publisher. 'government to be serious A ': and is Lansing much discussion. POWDER

': ."> few days; ago it was stated that Hon Frank Clark, chairman of the .
If ", '
. ': .: .PUBLISHED' "EVERY.. ,FRIDAY MOBNING." Emperor William had influenced Democratic state executive committee, has $owmY" E
l '
:. ". \ SUBSCRIPTION, 1.50 PEE ANNUM; King. Edward to make an effort to given this matter considerable thought, Makes the' food. more delicious and wholesome
and has in mind a division of. the state
: CENTS Fog Africa ,
4. :_ 75 SIX MONTHS. bring..about peace in South '
that he thinks'would be fair
equitable, OML BMOH8}POW06 CO.,HEW VOUfc
"oi' IdrertUinff'Bate Fnrniihed'on and that the first step .toward carrying just and meet the requirements of the act

fi ': Application out the new policy was the of congress. .

... i '. It must be clearly understood that neither selection of Sir Evelyn \ The apportionment act provides that 1 A Twinkler. Weather Report. = '

... ',' THE STAB nor its editor is responsible'for succeed Lord Kitchener as the com- districts created under it by state legisla- Jolly ,Ned Summerlin, of St. Lucie, in SUMMARY FOB JANUARY BY BEV. J.1.S.B'.,
? opinions expressed by correspondents.
:", .J mander in South Africa. tures shall be composed of counties that renewing his subscription to THE STAR WHITE. U. S. WEATHER OBSEBVEB.
!t...,' .Subscribers 'will confer. a favor on THE But this seems to'be a mistakefor are compact and contiguous, and that the (he is one of our oldest and most valued Highest temperature on the 1st, 82.0;
I1. .' STAB if they will-notify us'of any failure to districts shall be as nearly equal in pointof his ;*
t": receive .their;paper. the British to be largely population as possible. Mr. Clark says: subscribers) succeeded in getting lowest temperature on the 19th, 40.0.
rhyming machine at work, and addressedus Mean for the month 58.5; average mean
; : 'Communications on live topics, especially increased., Some",30OOO additional Another consideration should enter into follows
as : for 20 years,60.6highest mean for 20
W; ;./.. ,,ti. of reserves local interest the right/are to solicited.condense But them the to editor suit troops.are to be furnished General the,minds of the legislators in redistrictingthe "Dear Old Star: in 1882. 69.0; lowest; mean for 20 years in

; :" "- Brief items of ,neighborhood. news. ,always Kitchener, of which Canada and state of Florida, and that is' to group "Here'is the stuff 1893. 53.5. 4FRainfall

. L. ."'. desired.A _Australia_________ are__ to__ send____ n Dart. together, as well as may be, counties If you had enough in inches, 1.06; average for 24-
of interest.
which have
a community
RECENT northern visitor to The reports of late from the Hon. W. K. Zewadski, of Marion You could shine and shine years2.57; greatest for 24 years in 1878,.
And never'bust.1May least for 24 in 1898 0.30.
this state reports that the negroes of scene' ,of action leave no doubts county, has suggested a grouping of coun- you twinkle 10.45 Prevailing; direction years of windnorthwest.,
that the Boers are as determined as ties which in Mr. Clark's opinion doesnot. '
West a man are opposed And always shine Number, clear days, 22; number of
all with the the
to the.proposed annexation to Ala- ever to fight as long as they have letter at of the comply act of congress, spirit in that or the Just as brightAs fair days, 4; number of cloudy days, 5;.
men to arms and the ammunition a brand new dime. .
carry number of days with'rain 4.
do like ,
bama. They say they not counties grouped together do not consti-
that it holds out. "With best wishes, and hoping ,you Island Home, Merritts Island, Fla. .
of Alabama is and
: the climate tute compact contiguous territory,
will forgive me for not sending the 'stuff'before
In England the feeling againstthe the districts he makes them
and unhealthful and if nor are as as r
sickly I E. C. Sum-
am, yours truly, BIDS
r West Florida is annexed they will war is gaining ground. Thereit nearly equal in population as it is possi- merlin."
is now known that with ble to get them. His arrangement does For building a new bridge across Crane creekin
all move out, believing that annexation peace Thanks, Ned, we only wish there werea the town of Melbourne, will be receivedby r
not meet the idea that counties in a con-
will in Alabama's honor could have been made immediately few more to respond as quickly, so the Chairman of the Board of County
bring gressional district should have as nearlyas Commissioners before 12 o'clock the
on or
after Pretoria generously and with
was as good feeling as
objectionable' climate. possible a community of interest to be first Monday in March, 1901.
x., tured but the confident you do. Then the editor's life would, be 650 feet in and
govern- served by a representative. He puts Su- Bridge to length, constructed
it had the Boers indeed, be brighter and happier. according to following specifications:
THE Nebraska Fish and Game ment was so sure wannee county in the same district with
PILING-Two to each bent,crossbraced by
conquered that it would not agreeto Dade. Now, any one can see at a glance
F Protective. association seized the Weekly Weather Report. 2x8 inches planks, fastened with 40 penny
anything aside from an unconditional that the interests of these two countiesare nails to the piles and not less than 8 to 10'
K other day in Lincoln ten boxes of not at all identical, and that what tT.8.DKPABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WEATH- inches diametor of best lihtwood. Distance

quail, each containing three dozen. surrender. might be good for Suwannee would not ER BUREAU. between bents 12 feet. Piles driven by pile-

r : birds i which were being shipped t') I Great Britain may as well pre- be good for Dade. Mr. Clark has a Comparative statement of temperaturesand driver to solid ground.
herself to vast rainfall for the week CAPS-12 feet long, 6x8 inches, of sound
pare expend a sum plan which probably meets the full ending Tuesday
The requirements -
Seattle 'penalties -
; Feb. 12, 1901. lumber fastened to the piles by drift
for having the birds out of of money yet before the war will of the law and best subserves 1901 1900 bolts 2 inches square and 20 inches long.

end, and as the taxpayers begin to the interests of all the people of Florida DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. STRINGERS-5 to each bent, 3x8 inches..
would amount $1,800.
season show .unmistakable of as follows: Feb. 6. 68 50 4 77 66 well fastened to each other and to the caps of
4 The birds were distributed among signs opposition First district. Escambia, population, 7. 72 56 78 65 sufficient length to reach over two spans. '
; to such expense the question 8: 80 67 77 71 FLOORING-12 feet 2x10 inches 5-
= long ,
poor residents of Lincpln, who 28,313; Santa Rosa, 10,293; Walton, 9,346; 9. 85 70 78 70 feet above level.

k-:- probably would not object to having naturally arises: Will the govern- Holmes 7,762; Washington 10,154; Jack- 10. 77 69 77 69 average water

such seizures made often. ment be able to retain the supportof son, 23,377; Calhoun, 5,132; Franklin, u" 11.12. 85 74 71 66. 78 77 69 70. BANIST braced ERS-On 40 inches each high side above, well the fastenedand

the people until it can bring the 4,890; Liberty, 2,956; Gadsden, 15,294; Total rainfall for the week. .0 inch rail of planed lumber, 4x2 inches. At 2:

Boers to terms of peace? The solution Leon, 19,887; Wakulla, 5,140; Jefferson, Departure from the normal rainfall for the feet above flooring a board 4 inches wide
,. '. ", THERE is proposition before 16,193; ; Madison, 15,446; Taylor, 3999. week, minus .64 inch. nailed to the inside of the supports.
' ._ of this question remains from normal rainfall since Jan. All places where two pieces of wood come .
( to ascertain what has been Fifteen counties with of Departure
.i congress, a population
together should be coated with a liberal
1 4.09 sup-
with. General -Kitchener 1901. plus
:' \,..:,:;':. the expense to the United States largely 178,485. inches.HAL P. HABDIN ply of hot coal tar.

t t'' -': of freeing. Cuba from the rule of and as to whether he can convincethe I Second district. Hamilton, 11,887; Su Observer Weather Bureau. in Approaches the to the bridge are not included .p. _I
contract. '
Boers in the near future thatit wannee, 14,551 Lafayette, Columbia Jupiter, Fla., Feb. 12.1901. -
.j Spain including they pensions on I ; 4,987; Bids niav either state a certain sum for the 4.
'i --- ---
is useless for them to continue 17,090; Alachua, 32,245; Bradford, whole'work- reach mn ing-Coot. ':.
f t'i account of the Cuban campaign. 10,295; Baker, 4,516; Nausau, 9,654; Du- She Didn't Wear a Mask Contractor to give a good bond for double ,.,1

:I. M': Should the United States demand warfare. -- val, 39,773; Clay, 5,631; Putnam, 11,641; But her beauty was completely hidden by the amount contracted for.J. 0. FRIES = I

': A: of Cuba the payment of this sum I" St. Johns, 9,165. Twelve counties with a sores blotches and pimples till she used Superintendent Public Roads. "\1'
Live and Let-Live. f of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Then they van- .
,. ? as a condition to setting her up in population 171,435. -'.

Jf-: ; housekeeping on her own account, I The following able article on the ship Third district. Levy, 8,603; Marion, boils ished as will carbuncles all eruptions and,felons fever sores, CA.SIJ'OREA.: : .
ulcers from
bill is from the New York Times 24,403 Citrus 5,391 Hernando 3,638 The Kind You Han !
t' .. the island would be handicappedby subsidy : ; ; ; its use. Infallible for cuts, corns, burns, Bears" the _y? Always Bought:
: :" It is the testimony of a number of observers ,Sumter, 6,187; Lake, 7,467; Orange, 11- scalds and piles. Cure guaranteed. 25c Signature 1- .
} \', debt before starting out on her # .
t '. at Washington from all parts of I 374; Pasco!_6,050; Hillborough.t 33,013; at Wilson & Son's and J. B. Screven's. 3 of .
< \I' ( ... 4 career as a nation.A the country and of both parties that the Folk, 12,472; Usceola, 3,444; tfrevard,

.;'th'; '7.1." ," ... personal[ views of many of the Republican 5,158; Manatee, 4,663; DeSoto, 8,047; J JCOUCHS.

;.i_ ..-t: .. LETTER recently received in senators are opposed to the ship sub- Lee 3,071; Dade, 4,955; Monroe, 18,006; ASTHMA. 'f

:2" ,?I .-, .' New York from Charley Herres- sidy bill, though most of these. will vote Volusia, 10003. Eighteen counties witha not neglect a Oouah FOley's Hone end
>: \ hoff of'Nat Herreshoff for the hill if a vote is reached. population of 175945. r Cold at dela7 are of T r is guaranteed to& Ye ,
j: ; a nephew t
Their reasons for voting for the bill are tendanserous. Foley's prompt relief in an case .
:'i'"J the great yacht designer, speaking not creditable to them. They will not do FAUSTINA. Hone, end Tarin ofAathma. Donotciassleaaant

" ;:r( about the new cup defender being so because it is a. party measure. Mr. Will Faber paid his parents a flying reo Contains, safe no and opiates lure this that with has othwmedlclne failed to give ;'j t

.f a,;':.::' built at Bristol, N. Y., states that Allison has distinctly declared that it is visit while enroute, to interview a dentist.He d is parant ed. yon reller. '. /:

from, his (Charley's) experience not a party measure. They will supportit haa returned t> Sebastian. ''.''} J.
has been : i
Mrs. Jane Chester who in
. ': :" and also from keeping posted on if it comes to a vote, mainly becauseof Foley's Hone end Ihou haye hac!the Ort -L:
, their sense of obligation to Mr. Hannaas feeble health for some time, is enjoyingthe Tar does not hold out you probably need a :,'
; : .. : the boats now building to take general manager of the last two presidential presence of her sister, Mrs. Thomas ,".. ... faIse hopes in adn.noed liable medicinelik.Fo4 ;''"

';f-':,' part in the races for the cup, that campaigns. In the discharge of and daughter, Cora, of Washington, D. C. etagesbutolaimetogive relief In the very Yfprst to ley's heal Honey JOur Inns.end Ta and .

it '. the Bristol craft will successfully,, that office Mr. Hanna, on the one hand, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. F. Mitchell, of In- cases and In early stages stop the racking con *;:A

(. defend it next August.: He thinks seems to have accepted aid which is now dianola are greatly pleased over the arrival toeffect cure. incidentaltothla ":;;'

ii-t the Meteor and, Syb rita ,are years to be compensated at the public expense, of a little girl Sunday morning. CROUP. PNEUMONIA. v,.!

behind the productions at Bristol.IN and' on the other hand was able to extend Grandma Norwood, of Titusville, came Thousands of infanta Dr.J. 0. Bishop of Agd ->'.?
courtesies to the gentlemen associated down Monday. children cUe yearly new nch..says:"I hue
with him in the senate, which they do Harry Mlddleby and bride are pleas- f Croup even one of used Foley's Honey i

: commenting upon Lord Rob- not feel at liberty to disregard. So far as antly sojourning in the elegant winter hM8 beeuued innocenti had could F 0- severe and Tar casel in"r three Pneum Yel'1 1aYI

;f erts' report and the situation he these relations influence the course of the home of the family at City Point. We ley's Honey Bnd Ta nia the past month.with .
left in Africa, the New York Times Republican senators, who in their heartsdo hope that Harry will remain a permanent given them inti re u1ta." 4
' says it is no great wonder that a hot approve the scheme: of subsidies resident and astonish the natives as i

"' nation which has not been at war the fact is not creditable to them. an authority on orange culture. BANNER SALVE is a Healing Wonder.
While such considerations may induce
.', for half a century should find itself these gentlemen to vote for the bill if a LOTUS. I B. R. WILSON & SON. .

' when the emergency came, vote is reached they are by no means Mr. E. R. Provost planted about two ..

C' frightfully deficient in many of the anxious that a vote shall be reached.For acres of beans this week. This is about

t.4 requirements of great wars. The the most part they are from agricul- the last planting of the season. COUSENS & PRATT .:

sting, for the British public must tural states. They know that the feelingof Dr. Capron has been sending some of
rt the farmers is .against the scheme. his fine oranges up to St. Augustine to ...MAKERS OF FINE... ,
be:that it was reserved for a population Why should it not be? There is no ad. supply some of the large hotels there. t

of some sixty thousand vantage in it for them. There cannot be. Mr. Ennis has been helping Mr. J. A. Yacht Sails Awnings and Flags

) fighting males, all told, to elicit The farmer must sell his surplus abroad, Booth put up some of his oranges. Mr. ,. i

t ,. the weaknesses of the British mili- and the price he gets for the surplus Booth gets private orders for most of..his.. 410 Atlantic Ave. Boston Mass.
,; practically fixes the price for the entire ,
:, ; tary system, to humiliate Great oranges.
Britain before the world and product. It is his interest not only that Everyone is busy planting tomatoes. ..ESTIMATES AND SAMPLES OF.. t
i to
4- his crop shall reach the foreign marketat From indications Lotus will ship
I' reduce her, in the mind of continental the lowest charge for carriage, but that present :
more tomatoes this spring than for sev- Duck and Canvas Sent
,V", Europe, to the level of a the buyers in that market shall be in a eral years. on Application.

,'. second-class power.NOTWITHSTANDING. situation to pay for it as easily as may be. Most all the grove owners here havel.nrv.r3
\;< If England, for instance can carry his : .l 41 : A Vk'*r ESTABLISHED IN 185V..
I1UCU anwrti: tae: iecr groves.; UI" -- -
modern sol grain at the lowest rates, England is by crop is expected next year, but the crop .

, 'i': : diers go to battle armed with so the much whole better business placed is to left take free his and grain.If this year was large and a large per cent. JAMES PRITCHARD. President. W.M. BROWN viee-Preardent. C. 8. 8CHUTLEH Cashier.. .
: open is still on the trees, which will soon be in
powder, long-range rifles, without legislative interference, Englandwill

J!'' rapid-fire cannon, lyddite shells not get the carrying unless at lower bloom. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.I I

\: : and all of the other improvements rates than others ran a lord If she can BANYAN.
take it on those terms so much the bet Some of the boys are in the trapping
c : in instruments of destruction, the ter for the grain raiser. He obtains at business.Mr. County i
Ii casualties of armed.conflict lower freight better Depository. it
are not once prices, and a Geo. Ledson, from Middle Florida,
w nearly so terrible as they were more willing customer. is in Banyan for awhile. Authorized Capital,$100,000. I
"Live and let live" is a good rule in J
I'I'n muskets, black powder and large commerce as well as in small trade.It Capt. McDaniel, of Port Orange witha Paid up Capital, $ 25,000 S i

: cannon were the includes some of the most important party spent a night in Banyan going Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSAQTS -+

if ards. The British war office conditions on which exchanges proceedall and coming. They went as far south as A
:' over the world. Its application to Palm Beach. They loaded np with ducks
i{' published a statement the other this matter is plain to the homely sense
while here. captain always stops General Business
t' '.. day showing that the total British of those most interested. The farmers; over here and gives his party some shoot- Banking
: have not been misied by the plea that it
deaths in South Africa
t during ther
in the Banana river.
+ is better to have their grain carried by ing Largest and Oldest

,:i, term-.'of. the war had been 12,989, I the wealthy favorites of the subsidy bill. Bank on the River. "
:_; of which 7,793 had succumbed to They know that they will have to pay a Orange Grove Bargain. \

,.:}_.': disease, leaving-5,196 as the number I large part of the taxes these gentlemenare Owner of two orange groves will sell Exchange Bought and Sold on
to receive under the bill, that freightsare either one of them in order to give entire all Foreign Countries.
j.\ that fell victim to bullet and not at all likely to be lessened, and attention to the other. One has 100

;:'. sword: The New York World as- that if they were it would only drive trees, 50 bearing, about 50 boxes orangeson Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,

if:'::: serts that more men were killedoutright' their test customers to get grain elsewhere now, tract contains 15 acres, near polite with conservative treatment and banking every favor granted.consistent

: from peoples not so overreaching.With Mims station, price, if taken at once, \
f ,c. ,during the three days' ,field and CORRESPONDENTS:
.. an open no every $800. The other grove is in Tumbull
-:... fighting'at Gettysburg than have class of Americans can hold their own. hammock, has 200 trees, about half bear Seaboard National Bank of New York

q1.j..4, fallen in all of the battles in South That is all the farmers ask and it. is all ing. If you mean business and want and National Bank of Jacksonville.

WZ- they are disposed to grant to any other either of these properties address W.,
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i CURRENT( lO ll. LACON1CS.ij Will Be, Sold By Townships.Upon INCREASE f Of Titusville School Notes. a

,,1 the application of,the minority GLP1TIL l' STOCK. Edited by the Pupils of Titusville Public l LATEST I NEWS AND l INCIDENTS.[ 4

bondholders, Judge Jones on Monday School. .
Brief Mention of What Is
Going' On In The McFarland Company Now Capitalized
entered a decree.directing that at the approaching The recitations last Matters of Interest That Are Happening .
and About Tftnavllle. Friday were public.
sale of,the Disston lands, all Some of them Around Town. .
Mr: Geo. M. Robbins moved into hisfine the lands in any on township should be The stockholders of the McFarland were very agreeable, and
as a whole showed marked improvement.We Mr. R. R, Glad win was from Fort
new,residence this week.It sold separately from, the other lands, in Fruit Protection company held a meetingat Pierce Tuesday and up .
is said that Fred Losley would like every instance where the sale of the the office or the company Saturday have not got over our admirationye Wednesday.Rev.

'4 .toknow'who*. stole his turkey gob )ler. lands by townships should be requestedby afternoon, Feb. 9th, 1901, in accordancewith of the school house, and many visiting A. M. Daiger will preach at the
anyone desiring to bid on same. the published call for said meeting.The strangers admire it as much as we do. Methodist church next Sunday night / -

Send your watches for repairs toW., M. It is understood that the Disston company roll of stockholders being called it The attendance at the school has been Mr. J. A., Collins has moved his family r- :

a Woodward,Titusville. Work guaranteed.Mr. owns the alternate sections of manyof was found that 470 shares of stock were for the past month full, and the advancement into the Burns cottage, recently vacated 7

Mather, of Chattanooga,Tenn., is the townships irk which their lands lie, present, represented either in person or of the scholars is apparent even to' by Mr. R. R. Pyles.

here on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. F. and that as'the effect of this decree, the by proxy, out of a total number of 500 each other. New lines in 1901 bicycles will be 1
S. Chaffee. lands will be sold in lots of about 10,000 shares. received -
Annie Jones was elected editor and I in a few days by The Florida ;
,Mr..A. K. Hawkes, of Atlanta, stoppedoff acres or less. This will be welcome news Mr. Robert Amory was unanimously Beatrice t Cycle
and Karl Lighter frames
Hopkins Schuyler associate company. small tub-
to cattlemen and elected president of the
his stockholders'
here Wednesday on way home turpentine operators
ing will be the
editors of.the "School Notes" for this
froma'triptoCubk, He gave THE STAR who desire to purchase 'any portion of meeting, and Mr. F. S. Chaffee, secre- the month. go year.
a short call.Archdeacon. these lands, as it will afford them an opportunity tary. Wednesday night was the time for the
B. F. Brown, who has been to become bidders at the sale, A motion to increase the capital stock The scholars in Miss Bryan's room are regular meeting of the board of trade for

disabled 'lot ,any duty for the past five which will take place on March 4th next, of the company was introduced by Mr. looking forward to St. Valentine's day the month of February, but there was a _
weeks, expects to.hold divine service at Kissimmee. About 2,000,000 acres are W. H. McFarland, and upon the roll be- : with pleasure, and many mysterious miss lack of a quorum of members present.

.. with holy communion in St. Gabriel's to be sold. ing called all 470 shares represented present sives will pass to and fro on that day. The South Florida Record, a weekly

church on Sunday next at 11 a. m. voted in favor of the following resolution The school has had the usual number paper published by Messrs. Stoneman &

Rev. C. A. Fulwood, D.D., presiding Bishop Gray's Appointments.Bishop l Resolved increasing' the capital stock: of visitors, and the pleasure which they La Salle, of Orlando, has made its first '

.elder of the Jacksonville district, will Gray, of the Southern Jurisdiction McFarland. That Fruit the capital stock of the show in reviewing us is a great credit to appearance at this,office. It is published -
Protection company be our beloved teachers and the children in connection with the Record.
preach at the Methodist church here' of Florida, will fill the following appointments increased so as to make the capital stock as

Wednesday evening, Feb. 20th, at 7 on the east coast during the I $200,000, the amount of the increase of well.The The Titusville baseball nine has agreedto

o'clock. Everyone invited to attend. month of March: capital,stock being $150,000 of common roll of perfection for attendance play the Melbourne club at Melbourneon

Capt. Geo. Gleason arrived'Wednesday Sunday, 3rd, Titusville 11 a. m.; Cocoa stock, all preferred stock of this corporation during the past month was made up of Friday afternoon next, the same being

afternoon with the launch Eau Game to 7:30 p. m.; Monday, 4th, Merritt, being surrendered to the corporation the names of Louise Brown, Ruth Woodward Washington's birthday. No doubt a i

tow the Dentos to Palm Beach. He 11 a. m.; Tuesday, 5th, Courtenay a. and cancelled. Jeannette Wilson, Martha Futch, good many from this place will go along .1

found Houghton'ready for the trip m.; Thursday, '7th, Canaveral); Friday, The said increased common stock shall Ethel Wilson, Eleanor Screven and Grace to witness w the game. ( t

afternoon.Mr. 8th, Banyan; Sunday, 10th, Eau Game, be for Reed. Indian
and started south that same paid in property, labor and services River band has secured a now

J. L. Carmthers has purchased the n a. m.; Melbourne, 7:30 p. m.; Tuesday i as follows, $10,000 of the preferred The county school board, under the leader in the person of Mr. Kennedy,

Knox place on Julia street, not far from 12th, Ft. Pierce, 7:30 p. m:; Wednesday stock of this corporation issued and surrendered leadership of Supt. Mims, will move for who. lately arrived here from Virginia. t f

the Grand View. Mr. Knox and familyare 13th, Eden, 11 a. m.; Thursday, to this corporation and cancelled a new law enabling the board to extend He has been with the band for the 'past

still occupying the building until 14th, Jensen, 11 a. m.; Friday, 15th, Jup- of the value of $50,000, and labor the school session to eight months, and it three practice nights and improvement

tLey make! arrangements elsewhere for' i iter, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday, 17th, Palma and services already rendered, merchan strikes us that this will be of great benefit is already noticeable.
Beach, morning; West Palm Beach, dise and to the school.
machinery owned this
now by
home. evening. Mr. L. R. Decker has a force of handsat -
We call attention this week to the advertisement company, and devices, processes and Inventions work on repairs to the Catholic church,

of Messrs. Cousens & Pratt, I THE WHITE STORE. for the protection of trees and About the Fish Law. which was struck by lightning about a

of Boston, sailmakers. Perfect fit and a We guarantee better goods for less States fruits] from cold thereon, and right of United STUART, FLA., Feb. 5, 1901. year ago, in which the steeple was almost

finish that an't'be surpassed goes with money than any house in the county. been patent which patent has. Editor Florida Star demolished and the main part of, the ed. '
all their work. Give them a trial and W. J. CEAYTOBD. now applied for, and secret processes ifice was severely damaged.Miss .
for the DEAR SIR-I have read the fish
preservatiqn of cloth, which new
will be
you pleased. process is now owned and used by said law as proposed and do not consider it Marlow, a most brilliant young
I 1 The Kindergarten department tin our The Body of J. Tf Price Found. company, and valuable long time contracts more beneficial than the present one. I l lady from Chicago, is spending a few :

public school held a valentine party yes The body of J. T. Price was recovered for protecting, citrus fruits on the think if the present fish law was strictly days at Eden, the guest of Mrs. F. G.

terday afternoon which ,was a most pleasing from the waters of Indian river Sunday trees on the basis of one-third or more of enforced, especially that portion relating McMullen. Miss Marlow Is a .magazine
affair to the little tots, and was largely morning, February 10th, twelve day each crop of said fruits .protected each to fishing in the inlet, a few years would writer of considerable note, and is visiting -
attended by patrons and the pupils in after he was drowned, which 'was on the year which contracts are now owned by make a difference.I l all the points of interest on the east

other departments. night of Tuesday, January 29th. this corporation, all of the value of$10- have been using a drag net for four coast.! She will also spend some time at

Messrs. Amory and Harris, of the Me- Owing to the extreme cool weather the 000. Said $150,000 of increased stock years, and the present season so far has Rockledge. '4

Farland Fruit Protection company, have body did not rise to the surface until the being fully paid up in the above described been the best yet in my experience.In The McFarland factory will close down .

been interviewing some of the orange 10th"day, Friday of last week, when it property, and'to be divided into shares your editorial you speak of fish full operations in a day or so, in order to ;

growers in'Rockledge the past week inregbrd was first discovered by Messrs. Futch and of $100 each. thrown ashore and wasted. It may be make some further improvements, but'a

to orange tree protection by tentson Yates, who were out in their fish boat, And the same was declared carried and so in Titusville, but here catfish, sharks small force of the operators will be re
the percentage plan. just this side of Black point beacon. adopted by this corporation, 470 shares, and cavally are all that are thrown away. tained. An appropriation. of several

Services at the Presbyterian church They attempted to get hold of it but the being more than three-fourths of the Catfish destroy the spawn, sharks and[ thousand dollars was made last week to t

next Sunday will be held'as follows: wind was blowing so furious and puffy stock, having voted in favor of said increase cavally the small fish. install new machinery, etc preparatory
from the west that they failed, and by of stock. Yours truly, for larger operations.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; preaching, 11 'J
the time they anchored their boat it sunk On motion of Mr. McFarland the C. D. BLAKESLEE. There ,
a. m.; Young People's society, 3 p. m.; were four Americans at Palm y
preaching, 7:15 p. m. Prayer-meeting, below the surface. amendment and alteration of the charterwas Beach the first of this week whose com r
Wednesday evening, 7:15 o'clock. JohnA. The launch Sintz, owned by Mr. Bond, offered, and received the support of GRANT. bined wealth is more than that of any

Hughes, pastor. discovered the body on the way up the all 470 shares of stock represented i in Mr. and Mrs. S. Davis and two chit other four men in the world, and as far 1,
river Saturday, and anchored it to a stake person or by proxy, thus being carried dren, of Micco, were welcome visitors in as history relates nothing heretofore has
Mr. L. R. Decker informs us that he driven in the river, leaving word with and adopted. our town Sunday. ever reached their i
in riches.
has a layer of rock formation about 18 the Haulover The proposed alteration and aggregate
parties at canal, who were amendment Messrs. Every crowned head
Ellis earth
and Herndon, of Micco, on could be
inches thick his the
on recent purchase, coming here, where it would be found will be found on page 3 of TUB
bought and sold
them twice.
were calling on our genial merchant, Mr. by
Einig property, which County Surveyor Sunday morning the launch Lady May STAR this week. .
Fries has pronounced will make excel was secured and the body brought here The president was instructed to for L. Jorgensen, Thursday and Sunday. Mr. W. H. McFarland went to Palm

lent material good roads. Mr. Decker and prepared for burial by Undertaker a copy of the proceedings to increase Mrs. Kate Gilman, the authoress, whois Beach Wednesday afternoon. Commenc-

also showed us a sample of' the rock. Froscher, and burial was made Sunday the capital stock to the secretaryof spending the winter at Melbourne, wasa ing March 1st he will have charge of the < F

Capt. Wm. Davis one of the pioneer afternoon in Titusville cemetery, Rev. state, and to cause a copy of the alter guest at Oak Lodge from Thursday until I Jacksonville branch of the McFarland '

Y settlers of the east coast, died at St. Lucie John A. Hughes officiating. ation and amendment of charter to be Saturday. Fruit Protection company, relieving Mr.

a Tuesday, Feb. 12th. He was buried at Thus ended th.e suspense of ten long published for four successive weeks, and Miss Laura Jorgensen, one of our most W. H. English, who has been in charge i

Ft Pierce that afternoon. Deceased wa3years days as to the disappearance of this many to file a copy of said alteration and charming and 'vivacious young ladies, of that branch. Mr. English will spend 1

49 old. He will be remembered b The theory that Price fell overboard and amendment of charter with the secretaryof was calling on her friend, Mrs. P. Bertel- the summer improving his place at Sara- y 1fi

many of the older settlers as living in the the boat drifted away from him is the state. > son, of Micco, Sunday. ta. \; \

vicinity of New Smyrna, and he was an correct one, and all doubts have been die It was then moved and seconded that Mr. C. F. Wolf The Eden Card club was entertained i'} :
a prominent citizen of
experienced boatman and guide in hi pelled by the finding of his body. the meeting adjourn from day to day until Jensen, who has, been visiting his by Mrs. N. Saunders on Saturday even- *.6.1 t
The widow and the annual stockholders' ing. Among those present were: Mr.
prime. isw the many little ones .meeting, brotlier in law Mr. Walter ;
Starck of
} New Crescent 1901 model bicycles no will sadly miss him; his untimely death March 12th. Malabar, returned to his home in Jensen, and Mrs. J. Howard Le Tourneau, Mr. "*: ::

on exhibition at the Florida Cycle company's is, indeed, a great loss to them. The Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. H. Whipple, Mr. and Mrs.: A. :1't
rooms. A lighter wheel, smaller sympathy of the whole community goes! MERIT WINS.. D. lerw1DIr., and Mrs. W. F. Rich- ,' .- ;

y' tubing! a new frame, new sprocket, new out to them. There is no better cement made than and Mrs. Ringdall, of Jensen, arrived ards, Mrs. Amy Blake, Mrs. C. A. Rob- .*, '
the Hanover. For here Tuesday and are now tom inson, Capt. John Saunders, of Providence '
ornamental fork crown and name plate sale by G. F. PADDISON -
are some of the leading features on thiswheel. The best paints are Masury's Paints. Eau Gallia, Fla. fortably settled in Mr. P. Lind's cozy R. I., Miss Marlow, of Chicago, .,;,1
New model Featherstone also re Sold by G. F. PADDISOX, Eau Game, Fla. little cottage. Mr. Ringdall will be engaged Miss Miller, of Melbourne, Messsrs. E. J. .
] in the fish business with Mr. Lind. Shattuck, Chas. Mast and L. W. Hale.
ceived. Full line in Clipper, ladies' and Delighted With Indian River.Mr. .Jf t'
gents'. Ground Itch Explained.The Mr. J. S. Sternberger, of Ocala, who i is There is not a jollier party of Buckeyes ,
W. W. White of
New York r rejoices to know that Au following letter, written by Dr. W. who has been visiting ,different Atlanta, Ga., representing a shoe firm of Savannah, anywhere in Florida than a trio stopping ,''

I, gust Belmont is regaining his health. Of N. Mundy, of Cincinnati, to Dr. G. W. Florida for several winters after parts of Ga., was a pleasant visitor in our town at Rockledge, made up of Messrs. L. W. f.#' i

course golf had something to do with it, Holmes, of Sharpes, Fla., in answer to a stay at Sharpes writes W.a short Saturday, taking orders for his firm. He[ Battenfield, of Delaware, J. F. Martin, of ., "J. o t
Capt. H.
but the Times-Union and Ctizen notes letter of symptoms sent the former t,y Sharpe, under date of was accompanied by Mr. Robinson, of Columbus, and Geo. .E. Sebring, of Se- h :-
January 30tH
the fact that Mr. Belmont confineshis the latter, written by a resident x>f Indian follows: "I have never as Eden. bring, who are located on Barton avenue. l <", i-
recuperating games to Florida links, river, may be of general interest to weeks' stay in Florida more than I a have two Mr. D. L. Jones, formerly a popular The two former gentlemen have spent .".. '**:t

and that the announcement of his improvement all, and of special interest to those whIt 10 the past two weeks spent with young man of Grant, but now a residentof many winters on Indian river and are't
Palm Beach. you on Roseland was calling on friends here well known to a number of our _
goes out from may have a few of these parasites in custody the Indian river. The climate is ..'.t
is not possible to make new men by golf] : the river beautiful, the superb, Sunday. Mr. Jones looked quite disappointed Both :Ir. Martin and Mr. Sebring came ;.-

alone. "Yours with enclosed letter from Mr. constant delight, the hunting orange and groves a as a certain young lady was out to Florida about a month ago with lagrippethe .
fish commission at hand in due As fishing of town. regulation Ohio grippe. In .
The Ohio state comprising season. near very satisfactory, and the touch ivith the ,
a party of eight jolly Buckeyes, as I can judge from Air. 's letter I outer world is such as to enable one to. Mr.R. E. Mims, our genial county superintendent a stay of a month Mr. Martin has gained .- t

stopped here in their private car Sunday should pronounce his case as pulex pene- come and go over the Florida East Coast !i I paid his second visit to 0 about 10 pounds and Mr. Sebring about '" '

evening and spent Monday and Tuesday trans, due to penetration of skin by the railway almost at any time. In fact I i school Tuesday. Mr. blame is always ira 17 pounds, and the grippe is non est. i 1 .1{

gunning for ducks and quail. Capt. Si- female of the sand flea, which has a predilection know of no more charming and attractivepart I I welcome visitor, and both teacher and The latter gentleman is a member of the ,. '

monson carried a party of them to Merritta for foot. We do not meet with of Florida than this beautiful scholars would be pleased to have him firm owning the Sebring Pottery, manu t
island and they bagged 45 fine it in the north., It is more prevalent the tion. I planning to have my family call often. facturing porcelain ware.of a high grade, :'1 :,i
left for the further south The best both plain and decorated, the latter being f ..1
ducks. Tuesday night they you go. treatment spend the winter at Sharpes next season. Mr. Clyde Killer, the popular nightoperator
southward, extending their trip to Mi is said to be by killing the parasiteby I am so delighted with your home and at Sebastian, was a pleasant their specialty. The payroll of this J: f
charmed introduction of a hot needle and then pottery amounts to about $10,000 per 1" ,
ami. They were completely its immediate surroundings that : f
as visitor here Tuesday at least
you judgood
Sere month for labor alone. The
with Indian river climate. dressing with antiseptics." know, I have already gotten on the it was pleasant for two Sebring.. .t l' ,' .1 I
very Land company is also doing a large real # .
side of incomparable wife ,!) ,
your and noticed two ;
engaged very happy looking faces 4 .
business the
estate of Se- -
Card of Thanks. GASOLINE ENGINES. quarters with present ,.., "
you. that afternoon. '
Illustrated folder free. Address W. P. bring, with several thousand inhabitants m i ... .... ', ', : *'
Mrs. E. L. Price and family returnheartfelt UNDEBWOOD, Agt., Roseland, Fla. EGGS FOB SALE.:- having been developed in about two ; .
thanks to those friends who ''
have been so kind to them during theirlate SUGAR HILL; FOB SALE. From the following strains: Light Brah- Nearly flat-bottomed cat boat, about 20 years. .>, a *' a i" ,
mas, Cuban and Indian Games. Willsell feet overhauled FOR BALE. : -
long thoroughly and
and to all ,
bereavement especially
With evaporating pan, suitable for a a trio of Brahmas at $3.50 five Cubans
; built, with new sail, just the
those who so persistently maintained the farm:of 100 to 200 acres. Apply toCourtenay $10.00. seen
the Can
search for J. T. Price until his body was H. J. TIFFIX cruising be ;
os. A. COLLIXS '
at this place. Address S. STAR For further
recovered from Indian river. Fla. care particulars address G., STAB, .
Titusville Fla. office.
I office, Titasville. ; ra.
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: .. TarponJI, -
1 -ng One, of the Greatest At2 gdK'J.jfOf ; -' .
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-' traeUOI1J- ,_ t.-,. \ .t =/- *course 1 .wom-en have, not :the .' .. .
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'I le iC ofThe; 'JjlorWa Starf .s e gtMto go:In mu Iit9rtatPon fish. ,r-

R 1 PAurBEACHTFLA.; Feb.\; There,is Ingthough' one unusually athletic WOo Table:So., 30. In Effect Jan. 28, '1901. ,

no doubt that !florida..1 tbe paradise oi .tin landed:a fair sized specimen a ,

} the east',, ,Califprnia _coupfe: of years' The No.'U SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down. (Read Up) NORTH BOUND.ezMo -t
4 west How 'dsnger'ls toiVave-the i boat- Daily Daily Daily : SCHEDULE.No.78 No74 N0.2I No.98 No. 0.88 0 (4 NoMNoTia
any person upset, and Daily Daily Daily MAIN LINE -
< wlth'money'can then,hi the matter '" :31rO..1 .. Daily Daily Daily Daily!Daily Daily Daily Data [ t
of -
tay inihe swimming -
north and face bleak-wintry a wo - - ex-8\1 ex Su alas : ,

'weather la 'a mystery to man'sclinging-elotties'put: her In great 780p880p 680p 400p % 825p 750a 225p12op 940a Lv....,. Ja ksonVrne,;...ArAt. 700p - ,
have made :the me since I peril Most of the sportswomen here 7SOp SOOp! lOOp/ 8 sop 925p 850a 10 3da : St.Augustine .Lv f25p 955p 820a 210pl240p 1006a 10205 I O0 I I ('-

acquaintance of this prefer to catch bluefisb. K8. 33, 3u&u K&U (Da .9 20a 12 f'
tly) ,
,place. Palm Beach Is perfect as far The champion. :Makes local stops and car ... 11 a u..... Hasnnsrs ..Lv Slip ... ...... .... S3. 78, Sataaa K&11 &11y). %li
.. nature Is as angler Is Mrs. H..M. Stevenson of ,Chicago ries P. E.a By. Buffet PI' 1 1012p .10983s4a 20bpll4ie .....East Palatka....;... 458p 643p.h. 810p .h Makes local stops and ear r ;
concerned, and' ISniuch,; and some of the men are for Carr: r1129P; 319p 105p12Tp .., Ormond.!...:.... 3 40p 4 30p 8 56p 506a 62'iaries F E. 0. R.y' Buffet Par- i
farther positivelyJealous ear.
1052a .
,'south' ,' .C.L. lS9p 32'ip Ip w for
'- than most of the..resortsthe'vegetatlon'ls of her Xxjrea Daily ... ...... 14 Daytona. S UJp 6 4 IyFa. -
skill Fast'Train. 3S7p .Port Orange. 07i.K1am1all1'aua'lJt01alf
Stops only at : 319p HIp ...... ...... i
far more tropical Gi stations shown and ,1205a 1115aI257a 356pi 4. .....N ew ....... It ( a1lJ.) -=
carries Smyrna
gantic palms grow everywhere:even at, : LOUISE FOBTESCUE. F. E. 0. Ry. vestibule Buffet ........ ,... .... Slip PI'- ........Oak Hill..... M 2 SOOp Sip .356p304p..... .C20p..... .432a..... Oompoeedezcluslvel of F.. ;' >'
the Parlorsrs. 1205p 4 tip =-f.1: > 4......Titusrille..... 201p E.O.By.veatibule Buffet Par j
water's edge and In tact give tothe'place Ha. 23, Uiaoi and Hassan. Special ...'.., I238p337a 516p p .........Cocoa 125p 2 38p 4 580p 38p Passengers for t&is 1 ,
its FruIt .' Notice of ( 183a 12 50p 51 p 3 iJp Kockledge ......... train must providf them- #i
name. Intention to 22 4.
and flowers nop p asp 8 Qty
Apply ........ '
Composed exclusively of 129p 64.p I 415p .......Ean Galfie.. 1 28P .... selves with Parlor Car ticket* ;
are abundant and foAhe ........ :; 14dp l32p :. .
as glorious F E. 0. By.vestibule 138p HIp 424p50up .Melbourne. in additiontoregularp8B8aIS'
: Buffet 1218p104oa ....
eoutbern sunlight and blue For Letters Patent. Parlor Cars. Passengers for ..,. .. .. ....1 .RoselRoseland...... 4sa .128p...... .424p..... ........ ticket. .
skies ........ . u
they II'
this train .l 504p553p Sebastian......... Fo. 28, A. C. Iipreu' )!
must '
defy description. provide themselves ........ ..... ..... : .. 11li 3 8 ...... ...... ...... (Dally)
Notice is hereby'given that the McFarlan d with Parlor Car tickets : ; .. .;. St.,Lude. .". .... .... ...... Fast Train btopa: only' \ :
There In addition to 310p 11Jp 6U5p629p ; stations shown andvestibaQBuffer
are two great palatial-hotels Fruit Protection regular passoge ...... ..... FTibbals IJ4Oal..15p 3 Oop120p lOOaF.E.O. carries j ,
intend ticket.Ho. "
to to By.
company apply lOllaU07a ...... .. .. ..
..- here, and : ........ ...... ...... :
they are always full of well his 69 Palm Beaci 6aP Eden Parlor Cars.K9.83al&Seacka&iKUai.
l excellency William S. Jennings, and Ifiasl ...... ...... ....
governor; ........ ..... .... #
known- people. I refer to.The Breakersand of Florida, upon the 15th day of March A. D. Composed'Lialttd of(Data F.fl'R.) ......... ..... ...... 647p Gasp .... Jensen Stuart.. "". 1002a955a: ........... ...... ...... Halts (DaU .,) 1 "
the Royal Poinclana. I 1901 or as soon thereafter vestibule Buffet ........ ..... ..... ..... Hobe Sound....... Oomposed of F. y
,' am staying as practical for letters Sleepers ............. .... 71BpIt : 9 2::a .... .. ... ...... By. ,
f* at Da -Coach. Carries Sip West Jupiter........ \ vestibule Buffet
the latter, which I patent upon the'proposed alteration and 91ta .... ...... .... Sleepers and 'I
prefer as it Is by for Palm Beach and for: 520a 448p ...... 8(up Ar....West Palm Beach. 8 iI.a 10 30a; 11 ; Day-Coach. Takes on sleep
far the more picturesque of the two.. It amendment of its charter hereto attached: &topa only at stations and.. 530a 458p 905p915p Slop840p .Hotel Royal Poindana... 825i 1020s llOp Oop1065p ers at Miami and Palm Beach. -
looks ,like some old Proposed Alteration and No. 31. rev Toil sat rierili 540a 5 o8p 8 2bp> L v..The Breakers....... '' 8 20a 1015a 105p 1050 Stops only aht&tozlJuhown.
southern ;mansion Amendment o;f tied ( 555a615ft 523p710p 900p ... WestPalmBeach...... p So. 32 Hew York ui ileriit
Sally Ar :
Eroept Kosiay) : 800a 9ooa
cf the "befo de wah" times. We have the Charter' the New Yorfc to .A.u ...... ...... 905p .........Boynton...........Lv 7S3a ... l45pllOOa.. ... 10 1005937p 3Up itei (Idly zcnt Salij). ...
':k; quite a celebrated McFarland,Fruit Protection Company. v1aSouthernRailway.Com. 623a ...... ...... 9 lop M..........De ray ..... 723aj635a ..".... ..,.. p St.Augustine to New York t
: ...... ..... "
sportsman here. His posed 7 Ola .0 03p .... Fort Lauderdale..... via Southern Railwar. '
exclusively of Pullman .. Composed
: ...... ....
name Is Mr. Charles',F. Bingham,-fro m- .Article II of the charter of this corporation Cars 737a .'..... .....1042p to ..,..... Lemon City....... 558al550a'810a...... .... 9183-*p exclusively of Pullman
Ho. 37 745a lllSp:! 1Q5QP Ar.......... iai" Cars.
Buffalo. His 'specialty's eins' to be the is hereby altered and amended so as to read ,Fey York sad rlcriia Spe --.... .. 830p
as follows: (IJtfy Zxsept licnljy). to. 38. Hev York aai rlorlia Special $
killing of sharks. He brought, In .his New York to M. Augustine. ciii (Daily Xxcept Saslif),
seventh ARTICLE II. via Atlantic Coast Line. St Augustine to New York t2
only a few days It i
3 ago. was Composed exclusively of: via Atlantic Coast Line.3omTosed *
estimated to weigh about 700 pounds. general nature of the business to be Pullman Cars. Trains do not stop where time is not exclusively; of
The excitement transacted will be the protection of fruit trees >"St. 43, Florida sad KetropcUtan. shown. Pullman Cars.
battling with one of and other plants from damage by cold or insects i- Limited iBaBj). Ho. ii, Florida aai Vitrtpolitaa
-1- these monsters Is. great. They fight and all business New York to St. Augustine Limited (Daft)). '
*s Lard for incidental thereto, including r via Seaboard Air Line. Com St. Augustine to New York e
liberty, but Mr. Blngha'mseems the manufacture and sale,'or leasingof posed exclusively of Pullman via Seaboard Air Line. Composed t
to think the sea is better fid of devices for affording such protection, as Cars. Day-Coach operated on exclusively of Pullman

_, them. In fact, he has caught so many well as the buying and selling of crops of or this Pullman train on fare which Js extra Cars.this train Day on Coach which operated no extra on .R;s

here that a telegram was'received hereseveral fruit and the like or the handling of such Ho. 83, Chicago ...Ii Florida Lin F,, 15, CUcagg sad Florida Special Ho. IS, Chicago sad Florlia Special or Pullman fare is charged. ', '
itei (Daily). Daily Except Monday). (Daily Except Ho. 62, Chicago aai Florid lim
crops upon commission, and to hold ,
evenings ,ago addressed to own, ,buy Chicago to St. Augustine
Chicago to St. Chicago .
.... sell and lease Augustine Augustine to it:! (till;). ',
"Hammerhead Charlie" and there was real estate to grow all kinds of MontEvansville, Nashville and via Oincinnati, Chattanooga via Atlanta. Chattanooga St. Augustine to Chicago ,
no doubt as to whom It fruits, to own and take mortgages or other dasivegame Composed ex and Atlanta. Composed exclusively and Cincinnati. Composed via Montgomery Nashville
was intended Pullman Cars.
securities, to own and operate suitable ca Pullman Cars exclusively of Pullman Cars. and Evansville.Composed exclusively
for operated on this of Pullman Oars.DayCOach .
I 'The for the transportation of fruits, and to 0 ran train on which no extra or Day-Coach operated on this
links .
golf here '
are well worth and operate vessels and steamers. Pullman fare is charged. tram on which no extra or .

=' } mentioning: All' the golf, links along Second.--Section I of article III of' said SANFOflD BRANCH. Pullman fare is charged. i "

1he'east' coast are under the charge of charter is hereby amended and altered so as All trains laily except Sunday. I'ALA1'KAl31tA\Cli. .

:-. the Florida East:Coast Golf club any' d to read as follows: No.ll No 12 All trains Daily.125pNo.83.No.37 ,

when I Sec. 1. The u Lv.. ........................ T usviue. ...................... .,
,' you have the entrance to one golf] I amount of capital stock authorized "IOn" ......................... ..lUlDls.,. ......:.................. Ar" No.49No- -. .,:1[ !lNo.42jN': 'o.4fl o.60 0. :! I
link you belong te all. This insures at this time is $200,000, consisting of a :' ............ ... ...........n tonn ......................... 113 112p? 6 lop 4il1p/ HOp/11 loaf/ 9"lOaLvP't'kaArj"';' 910a'100uaI1110pI I; \ 2))8tbp ,
,- .- $50.000. "common. aFnnb.. flr:01.t 'R'mA" 121.0".1.. ........................En erDn 8._____.__ ,...,_, : &n _63.1p_ 400p 200p1135a. 9&Ja'ArEPlkaLv S-lUal9Jfu. .. ._ .115fu. n .IILl\n. : Z
.1 ; perrect uuluu CWCIu. and t have never issued and fully- -paid----up- -as--stated- ---in this-'J VlSJalAr .... .................. M inrord ':::::::::::::::::::::: .Lvl -' -- .ut'. -"
seen such finely blNo
kept links. 5aNo.41
Scotch '
[ tion in the "AN MATEO BRANCH,All Trains x42 No.U1
keepers are In charge and all the fashionable common stock original to be charter hereafter and issued$150,000 of N 0./'Daily r !N,).:", N O.6,....,0.0... .,.'.0...loJ.... tpp18 4Opt,-' 45a/Lv........ ......Ea t Palatka. ... ...... .,..Ar,_8 00a I 7 23p t
making Sun Dailyl 1 ........ :
' people take daily lessons to improve the total run L\YPORT BRANCH. DailYIDaily Sun 05a Ar ....San Mateo.. ...............Lv 8101. 9 Gyp i
; capital stock of this corporation only ex Su only ex au: 'yes Su .
= only _
their "form. I mean form as ap- $200,000. There shall be - .
no preferred stack, ( "I! No. S'No. 1 ORANGE
:'".. plied to their method In golf playing of all of the same issued having been surrender 6fOp 600p 21Op 815 Lv .krtonville.'r 650& 5S5p 600p ...... _1_ __.. Au trains Daily.CITY Except BRANCH.w day. No. S'NG. I'

ysrk .'. course. Among the new arrivals who ed to this company. The said $150,000 increased 1l5p 648p 2'1 swap H 2sa I"" .So. Jaeksonville.Lv. 642& 52tip 552p....... -i05Pll ................New ............... 1iJP 155P
: : 6m Beach 615& 500p 5':3p...... 449p,1121a, ................Lake Helen.... ........ .. >
!" throng about the links common stock shall be 12Op 24l1P 85a.Atlantic, .Lv
for in :
paid 1245p
: are Captain C. Beach. 3 4..a 4 ...... 5458'
asp .......... ..
'. H. property, labor and services .41l'. 3WD''' ... .. ...Lv 5da: 435p 5)p......... 300pjl13Pa Orange City.. .. .............. 1255p 529p
f Hall .
; of New York Mr and Mrs. J. as : $10- ......... Orange City Junction. .......... lUOp 520p
000 of the preferred stock of this n
i' .C. Strawbrl'dge of corporation
Philadelphia and These
Time Tables show the times at which
5. Mrs. J. H. Schultz of Brooklyn. issued and surrendered to this -corporation .r departure at the tines stated id not guaranteed, nor may does be expected the Company to arrivo hold and itself depart from the several stations, but their arrival .:
r' and cancelled, of the value of $50,000 and sti oini therefrom. responsible for any delay or any consequences :
In enumerating the
attractions of the .
Jr. labor and services
already rendered, and
L.:..;. place I had almost forgot the most important merchandise and machinery now owned by i PENINSULAS AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT

f:,,:' of all.;..namely,.tarpon fishing. this company and devices, processes and inventions MIAMI. { 4 ;
V,"- This sport begins early Inv for the l1A)1.-NAS AU LINEs, s. MIAMI. 3IIA3I1.HAVANA
February protection of trees and fruits IJI E-S\. PRINCE EDWARD. f

'V'.' and attracts sportsmen from all over from cold and right of United States patent SAILINGS JAN. 3 to FEB. a 1001 (SAILINGS EFFECTIVE Jan 18:
the United States. To thereof, for which patent has been Leave Miami HAVANA Leave Miami Sundays and
conquer a bl? now applied [ Mondays and Thursdays.....HSOp Wednesdayl..UOOp

tarpon with a rod and line Is a greaterfeat for of, cloth and secret processes for the preservation NASSAU. Leave Arrive NahS Naasau tu Wednesdays Tuesdays and Fridays Saturdays.. ...... 3W 21.Op( >p Cuba. {I( Leave Arrive Havana Havana'fuesdaJ Mondays and and Fridays Thursdays.. .......12. S Wu OOp{ 4:
than the shooting of the first deer. process is now owned I Arrive Miami Thursdays bundays...... 500a Arrive Miami Wednesdays: Saturdays .. 5 OOa _
Nerve, strength and skill are and used by said company, and valuable, long N.P 11tA311-KEY WK! r '.JiXI.-.... >. ciTY 0,.' KEY WEST.
necessary. time contracts for protecting citrus fruits < SAILINGS fEB. 410 MARCH 31: SAILING #
; Fishermen go out in small boats with BahamaIslands. Lt.a Miami Mon&, Weds. and Fris. ......... 2 / ? EFFECTIVE Jan. 14: )
the basis of one-third I 30p KEY WEST ( Leave Miami
or more of each crop of A rri re :Nassau: Tues., Thurs. and Sats...... Mona., Weds and Fris. .....1190p '. 4
r: a boatman who Is posted as to the best said fruits 6 OOa < Arrive Key; West Tnes., Thus. and Bats....
protected each year, which con- Leave Nassau! Tues.,Thurs.and Sats ........ 3 2 iflp'
clop Florida. I Leave .
;\j,' places to look for the game. Mullet or tracts are now owned by this corporation, all I Arrive Miami We Is.. FriB.. and Suns: ....... 6 JW& I I Key West Tues., Thus: and Sata...... 3 30p
SAlLttGS .......
: 50ia
i I AFBlL 1
:;. .' other common fish are used for bait of the value of 100000. Said $150,000 of in- Will be on same: days and hours as for: January. ;
:' and the hook well concealed. Is drop creased stock being fully paid up in the above

t" ped to the bottom. The tarpon Is Inclined described property.Third.Section For copy of local time card address any Agent.

f' (o be wary and will not touchY 2 of article III of said J. D. AHNER. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. 1
; charter is altered AUGUSTINE FLA. t
hereby and amended._.._ OA ns
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1:: ."".. .'_n to read as follows: .
Sec. 2. The stock of this corporation shall A bill is before the Kansas legislature

'. be divided into shares of$100 each. asking for an appropriation of $10,000 to D. DIRECT LINE-QUICK TIME TOWASHINGTON '. .
Ji'., Fourth.-Section 3 of -
article III of said
purchase for
charter shall be altered and poison exterminating prai-
,,,,. read as follows: amended so as to I rie dogs in West Kansas. ()J\-- t

"' Sea 3. The capital stock of this corporation BALTIMORE .
..c''0 may be increased in the manner provided There is always danger in using coun- c

!". ....'.- by law. terfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. ,

.. ,. .... Fifth.-Sections 4 and 5 of Article III of the The original is a safe and certain cure d
charter of this corporation are hereby repealed for piles. It is a soothing and healing ,

I.-:!,' ,'.', annulled and made void. salve for sores and all skin diseases. Wil- SoiltilerilLOUISVILLE

Sixth.-Section 6 of article III of the charter son & con

< of this corporation is hereby altered and

I.I. amended so as to read as follows: ,

Sea 6. Certificates of stock shall be num A Strong Fortification. ATLANTA '
I..". '.- bered and'bear the Signature the presidentand Fortify the body against disease BIRMINGHAM

secretary of the company and the impression t

:;; __ \ of its corporate seal. by Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso- Rrnlwull CHATTANOOGA, .\. :

, by The Robert McFarland Amory its Fruit president Protection, and company W. H., Bite cure for sick headache, dys- MEMPHIS, p

McFarland, its secretary, does hereby certify pepsia, sour stomach malaria ST. LOUIS,
that the above alteration and amendments of .: ,

,. charter of said corporation was adopted by constipation jaundice AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST. KANSAS CITY,
: bilious
:,F three-fourths of its stock at a meeting of said ___

corporation held at the office of the company ness and all kindred troubles. NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVIOE .

o. at Titusville,Florida, on Feb. 9th, 1901, and "The Fly! =Wheel of Life"Dr. LIKE THIS: 4
that four week's notice
was given of the time,

place and object of said meeting prior to Feb. Tutt; Your Liver Pills THE NEW YORK AND

9th... iOO1, hv nnhtiP2tinn in are
.. ,-- ,"" --, > -, ----, r---n LO.U tho u" 't'M... VU nM"0 :lII" I
.. Advocate a newspaper published in Brevard the fly-wheel of life. I shall ever
county, Florida, and two week's notice to LIMITED
From a snap shot each and all of the stockholders of said corporation be grateful for the accident: that .

. I unro1r served personally on, or mailed to The Most Luxurious Train in the World. Exclusive Pullman
: the bait If be suspects anything wron?. the usual postoffice address of said stock- brought them to my notice. I feelas (Daily Except Sunday.) Equipment. .f

:" He takes up the bait gingerly and carries holders .at least two weeks, prior to said if I had a new lease of life.J. Jacksonville to New York only 28 hrg. St. Augustine to New York, only 29 hri.
It a short distance. meeting.In
, ... Then" when ,he has toyed with the witness whereof the :McFarland Fruit Fairleigh, Platte Cannon, Col. THE NEW YORK AND .

bait and finds that he ,can carry It'off Protection company has hereto set its hand Tutt's FLORIDA EXPRESS
and corporate seal this 9th day of Feb. 1901. Liver PillsNOTICE
without resistance it goes down Into Aid THE UNITED STATES
: his capacious maw. and he Is securely McFABLAND FRUIT PROTECTION COMPANY, MAILTo

a hooked. Now comes the struggle that By ROBERT A roRY, President, the East and North.
r_ tries the nerve the Judgment and the Corporate Seal of the McFarland I Of Intention to Apply For Special<<: Legis

:' strength of the sportsman.The great {Fruit Protection Company.kMteis. j lation. THE CHICAGO AND

fish dashes madly forward sometimes Notice is hereby given that the undersigned

r going into shallow water and getting intend to introduce a bill into the legislatureof .

'r. bewildered, so 'that Its, an easy prey. the State of Florida to meet on the second FLORIDA SPECIAL
day of April, A. D. 1901, to prohibit the catch
At other times It does not succumb for ing or taking of fish with haul
or drag (Daily
four or five hours and adds to the ex- twc'- Again! nets and to prescribe the minimum length of Solid except Sunday.)
Superb Pullman
citement by occasionally leaping high bar and size of mesh for other nets, in the Train Through to Chicago Without Change.
The Paris Exposition waters of the Indian and Banana rivers Jacksonville to Chicago only hours. St.
and 31
r In the air openlpg Its Immense Jaws-to, Medal has made Award the to Gold Banana creek, and the St. Lucie river and Augustine to Chicago, only 32 hours.

:f' their widest extent and shaking Itself sound and their tributaries, in Brevard and Also thn CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA
with such violent contortions that the Dade counties. LIMITED1 1

;;- hook Is often torn out.. :If the line does .,'y -Ia .IIARPER K.E. N.B. E4ULEESOX, TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST. .

then rod break the fish C DIMICK Through Vestibuled Trains Pullman .
;:: not part nor KENTUCKYWfllSKEY Drawing-room Sleeping Cars Through :
may, drag the boat" some distance before Coaches Perfect Dining Car Service on all Trams.
his, strength is exhausted. Time; PARKER'S Through Trains via Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with the '

System from
,\ ; and time again \ m.the'anxious. sportsman : ICleSBMf and beanbCe the hftfc
fish Is subdued and Gold I Promote S Inmrunt growth. SIDE TRIP EXOURSION TICKETS
medals to
rti think that his Naao I Never Tails to Bestore Or y "THE LAND OF THE SKY"For
awarded at
t'r; I attempt to reel him In, but the recuper- and des tai Caru Hair IC&lp to i its diieue Youthful* hair Color.laliaig.
such \\ ) aDd.1.00 1& DruFoley's Rates, Schedules and Information call i
: atlve powers of the game" fish are Chicago I93. c. A. G1RARDEAU on or address ,

that he will make.repeated dashes foE Traveling Passenger 108 West Agent.Bay Street JACKSONVILLE W. T. COSBY, FLA., Traveling Passenger Aged,

R. liberty. When finally/conquered, Sold- by]!'.'A.f LOSLEY' ,R.MOTLOW, Hooey end Tar S. HAROWICK., General Passenger AqenL W. H. TAYLOE Ass't Gen. P.... ,

};. big fish Is brought-.. alongside. .the. boat Titmville,Florida. heals lungs and stops the cough. WASHINGTON 0. C. ATLANTA Agent GJU
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i '''':."-',''!: ;.-:\," ...:-GENERAL. DIRE, jrOJtY..";' part. ,of: the States.Canadians ,suffer PROFESSIONAL* Si :'I. !?CARDS* ,t Two hundred Jbushels of po- .
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" ,. t omcold; In London morVthan they.dpintb0rrbwn I reMove,
'lee',;;, )' .<'_ ';" -l(. ,"! .', .;. ice locked;land. ,The'reason -' GEORGE BOBBINS, V ,atoes eighty poundsSiwjfK
.' :'y.-,>.-.; .TITUSVILLE BOABD'OF' TBADE: rG.,:. M. : "Is that the English people rdo not CATIII ATTORNEY, AND C. COUNSELORAT Y LAW : "actual"Potashfrothe:

.: :' "'{ ',' 2Bobbins;presidentJ.L Dlxon;treaSUrer. know how to'keep warm asrAme 1cansunderstand ,Will practice ia 'State and United StatCoUrts. i soil.-"Unless: -
" : -.,: ,;.4:Bast'secretar Meets;second Wednes'i. it Wflrsbotall,4hey don't .. :2SL*- .
; ".' day night In_each 1th&ttheiJ'rooms--; Office at Titnsville, Florida.D. vz'ijxf- ".
to know when are cold. Catarrh become such I
even seem they has a common IS returned to the soil, '
-. c--.;,. -' .F.-&AIM.-Indian River lodge, No. 90, holds In the ordinary homes and lodging, disease' that a person entirely free from e ] -

':' :if --. -,. '..' t .its meetings the second and fourth Friday' houses steam :>nd. 111:1cev ,heat ispractically this disgusting complaint seldom_metwithl L. GAULDEN, || ||;..the following. crop 'will
\ /; evenings of each month the'court house.; It is customary to speak of Catarrhas ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, k: ; .
A tiny three cornered -
A. A. Stewart
:, W.M..F.A.Morgan,8ee'1.. "
. materially'decrease.
1 .
nothing more senous..than'a bad cold FLORIDA. ,
grate; holding a couple of, quartsof TITUSVILLE, *:

'ITOWN. DIRECTORY. coal.' is supposed :to "sufficient .to a throat.simple. It inflammation is, in fact, a complicated the: nose"and and, ,County'judge of Brevard rio niy. Will practice ... We have books telling about-

'TOWN: bmcE&9D..Penne ,'mayor; warm .ia large .room.' Some Americans very dangerous; ..disease; if not,at,first, it in all the courts' of the,7th.judicial ,circuit composition, use and value oa.
a- M. B.-Jones'Jr.,marshal and tax collector wintering in: London lately came to the Very soon becomes so. of Florida. fertilizers for various crops
' C. 8., Schuyler,;clerk and treasurer John desperate resolution that they would The'blood is e They are sent free.r .
Henry; D. L. Ganlden, F. A. Los : : FLETCHER,
... ley, J.M.assessor Dixon,;G. F. Daren, Jno.R. WalJ be warm If they burned down the* old the foul secretions,'and the poison throng DUNCAN- U. _) GERMAN KALI WORKS:

leer coancilmen., The .council,meeta, .rst .t }!n.. a fashtIpnable the. general circulation is carried J to all ATTORNEY-ATrLAW 93 Nassau St.,
*; Tuesday. in each month., lodging house. These were alleged parts of the system.. 'N. 'k- C'_ '" :, <' New York. ,

?r:': .. I ', COUNTY DIRECTORY. to be heated by the usual pocket Salves, washes and sprays are, unsatisfactory JACKSONVILLE, S FLoIiiDA.M. ,=- '."4S'" 1
and disappointing, causetheydonot ,1,5 "
I" grate ,a. pocket in each ', The. .
room. t
: COUNTY Penney Titusr reach the seat of the trouble. S. S. S. GOLDSMITH,
_4 villa, county judge;Jas. .Andrews f Titus- Yankees heaped these toy affairs high does. It cleanses the blood of the poisonand'eliminates
,. VUle,: !rosecnUng attorney; k A. stewart' as they' would hold with coal Then from the system all catar- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
,Titnsnlle clerk circuit court;'J. F..Wooten bought two'gas stoves and kept them rhal secretions, and thus cures thoroughly TITUSVILLE, '- FLOBIDA.

,.,'. ,Cocoa; tax assessor,E.W,'Hall,Sharpen, going full blast, night and day. The permanently the worst cases.
; tax collector; F..'H. Boye; Titusville, Prosecuting attorney for Brevard county. I. : :
treasurers.Mims, Bona venture,superin- landlady was horrified.. She was pained. Mr. T. A.Williams, a leading dry-goods mer-. Notary public. Will. practice in all courts of S YY 'rL al a
tendent public instruction' O. Fries,'Ti. She protested. chantof Spartanburg, S. c.,.ntes: "'For yean the state. j

tusville, county surveyor; Jr P. Brown, Ti- "You'll burn .us up.. You are crick I nasal had Catarrh a.severe, with case all of S.

tusville, sheriff;T. J. Cockshntt, LaGrange,. ing my woodwork and blistering, all the disagreeable effects A. D. PENNEY. '
registration officer. which belong to that '
4Y : the paint off my mantelpieces." disease, and which A' TORNEY-AT-4W.

. .COUNTY COMMISSIONEES.-J R.Walker, "Never mind. We're going to keeps make life painful and FLORIDA.
Titusville chairman;W.H.Sharpe Sharpes; unendurable. I used TITUSVILLE, :
warm, replied the American. Both Grafted and Budded
r Jos.Mendel,LaGrange; E A.Conkling,Till* the native medicines prescribed by Will practice in the courts of the 7th ju
\0. and the foreigner get Lon leading physicians and
J N.Waller Ankona.
;i; man; Regular .ses'aions suggested by numbersof dicial circuit.
are held first Monday in each,month: don influenza., What is It like? Makes friends,' but without
'you feel as'l If your head and face are getting any better. I JAMES ANDREWS,
COUNTY SCHOOL ,BOABD.-J. M. Dixon, then began to take S. S. ."
@'-' '.Titusville;' R. N. .Andrews.. Cocoa; a P. all nose and all the life In you Is concentrated S. It had the desired ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Platts Fort Pierce. dismally in that nose. If it effect, and cured .me -J_ .. Ja Orange Trees
after taking eighteen .' Main office and address,Titusville, Florida..
were not wicked and I if It
were;not for ,
bottles. In my opinion S. S. the only medi- Branch
office at Fort Pierce, Florida. Prose-
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1 striking your Yankee colors Ignominiously cine now in use that will effect a permanent cure
: LONDON IN WINIfR. of Catarrh cuting attorney for Brevard county.
to the British climate you Notary Public, State at Large. 4.
would rejoice! to commit suicide; and is the,only purely vegetable 5OO EAOE: : .
Some of the Discomforts blood
by get out. purifier F. J. WEBB, J '
American Tourist SSS' known, and the great-
Mind you all this screed is not saying est' of all blood medi- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Grape Fruit, _
Correspondence of The Florida
s Special Star.
a word against English people or
cines and tonics.If TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .t
= LONDON, Jan.. 29.-The man who got, society. Ii general Englishmen are you have Catarrh don't wait until it .
more pleasure out of traveling than warm hearted, hospitable and sincere becomes deep-seated and chronic, but begin Will circuit.practice in the courts of the 7th judicial Homosassa .. :

a any other per$ l..I, ever,knew was the and especially gracious to Americans.You at once the use of S. S. S., and send, Parson ,

man 'who traveled in his mind. In his both like and respect them, but, for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases DODSOM Brown,
luxurious den home sat the their climate oh and write our physicians about your case. M.D.. L. ,
i'S '5 at he. read ; my G Pineapple
seductive chortlings of. honey tongued Therefore, where Englishmen do

l route agents, went' the journey. in his things that are perchance not Just the Dentist.Office Ruby, ,
Shetland has had wonderful '
Imagination and was happy. thing when they have ways that are a herring at residence, first door south of the St. Michael,

'" A particularly desirable way to visit. perchance not Just the way, remember catch this' season-320,400 crans, valued county jail. Only first class work.

1 j London the winter season do it their climate and forgive them. at over $1,500,000. This is a record for I at greatly reduced* prices. Majorca,

: in your:mind. You, have more respect BEN JOYCE. all Scotland. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. S Jaffa

S ; .. for the English people than you ever e Mandarin ,
It Hits the Spot.
.. had before when you find what a beast The merited reputation for curing piles, .. t;=
5 5 ly climate they have had to struggle sores and skin diseases acquired by De- When suffering from a severe cold and -- and Du Roi Blood

5 S ,up through. Witt's Witch Hazel Salve; has led to the your throat and lungs feel sore, take a

t Not of the giddy social whirl.of lords making of 'worthless counterfeits. Be dose Foley's Honey and Tar, when on 5 and 6 year old sour
sure to get only DeWitt's Salve. Wilson the soreness will be at once relieved, a orange stock, 4 to 5, and
: ,and ladles, give I description ,here, & Son. warm grateful feeling and healing of the 5 to 7 feet,well branched
,1? : not that high life journalistic blanc' parts affected will be experienced and trees '

mange ,which Americans sip with the The stayer wins whether the weapons yon will say: "It feels so good. IT HITS
S avidity delight. Mine be it to paint be" brawn or brains. The best work is THE SPOT." Guaranteed. Wilson & HealThyMothers at $35 $40 and' $50 par 100.

i4 'the things common. life. The commonest done by hard work. Son. Order samples and be

' 's3 of all is 'London mud. It, begI'ns "I tried to borrow ten dollars from few mothers are healthy, because convinced of their value.

to December and sticks till May. Dyspepticide Smithson the other day" said one "ham- their duties Are so exacting. The anxiety Supply of these large t
'When an American becomes the noxious of of the shock of childbirth trees United
: acquainted Expells germs dyspepsiafrom pregnancy, as above. ,
fat" to his friend, "but he is like a
.: par
: In an English family, he observes the system, absolutely cures the ana the care of young children, are
lor is "Oh
match. "How that?
.I that all ot' them change, their shoes disease and causes the stomach to furnish you severe trials on any woman. But with o. 'vuCONNER4 ;

I from! six to eight times every day. In- healthy blood for tissue and nerve build- strike him and he will flare up. Wine of Cardui within her grasp, every Ocklawaha Florida. .
thus differs from other mother-every woman in the landcanpay ,
ing. .
,., deed a considerable part of the occupation Dyspepticide 4 'J
[ remedies. Wilson & Son. What a Prominent Kentuckian Says. the debt of personal health she
of the average English woman is
Wi. W. L. Paducah writes I hada owes her loved ones. Do you want
Yancy, :
changing her shoes. A solemn'rule off' .
: health with all its privileges and Hodgson Bros.
In the Bank.-"I see that Senator severe case of kidney disease and threeof
etiquette insists that outdoor shoe pleasures? Wine of Cardui will give It ,
Hoar places' industry, above genius." the best physicians of southern Kentucky -
n' "' leather must not cover the foot indoors. GENERAL Im
That's all right, but where does he placemoney treated me without success. I was
.: The American stares at the Englishman ?"-Clevejand Plain Dealer. induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure. The MERCHANTS...

.I changing his footwear every time .. first bottle gave immediate relief and IWifofCAi1NJIstrengthens
tl before he steps out of the house: the r.IThillCOU Ht....W---W ...W-...-...-... three bottles cured me permanently. I -Eau Gallie F a.
,; 'Englishman stares disapprovingly at gladly recommend this wonderful reme- _

; ', the American ,who wears his one pair dy. Wilson & Son.

r\ of boots all day. it isn't quite ortho- I hI I the female organs and invigorates Dry Goods, Clothing
weakened functions. For
,' dox. "Life is not long enough hit A large Milwaukee concern recently every
America to be always changing your I I made a casting weighing 110,000 pounds, I female ill or weakness it is the best BOOTS AND SHOES, "
made.! Ask
medicine druggist for ] HARDWARE
shoes," the Yankee. "Ah, I see," to serve as a he plate for a blowing en-
says 1. $1.00 bottle Wine of Cardui, and take no PAINTS AND OILS, ETC }
.;. says the Englishman, "but then you've I 1.llngs On I gine for the Carnegie Steel company, substitute under any circumstances.

=. not got our dirty roads in America." Pittsburg, Pa. About 125,000 pounds of Mrs. Edwin Crass, Conner, Mi h.t "When I ] Steam Launch for Charter.
f', That is the moral of the boot shiftIng metal were poured in the process of found- commenced using Wine of Cardui I was hardly able i
:' 1 I walk the house. Two weeks after 1 walked I
London It is with al ing. to across
,, mud. you .
half a mile and picked strawberries. When my
-:.' ways in winter. It is .a .batter, now a i You have used all other chili was born I suffered with labor pains 24 i=
t thick one, almost doughy; now thin. Reports show a greatly increased death hours and had to raise him on a bottle because I had G 1

(, like 'restaurant maple, sirup and 'as' 1 i sorts of cough remeI 1 rate from throat and lung troubles, due no milk.time,1 Alter gave using birth last the month Wine to during a baby pregnancythis girl,and ,

It to omnibus wheels to the prevalence of croup, pneumonia was in labor only two hours with but little pain
sticky. clings I and grippe. We advise the use of One and I have plenty of milk. For this great improvement |
_ and steps; it plasters your shoes and dies but it does not j Minute Cough Cure in all of these diffi in my health thank Cod and Wine of CarduL" 4 t a \ 5;

climbs in spatters over your face, hair culties. It is the only harmless remedy. For advice in cases requiring special directions i
L 'and overcoat. Next to a funeral the I yield ; it is too deep I II that gives immediate results. Childrenlike address giving symptoms."The Department Ladies'/"The Advisory 01ir.I

melancholies function in London is a it. Wilson & Son. tanooga Medicine Co.,]
gang of street mud shoveiers at work. i{ seated. It may wear ] ", Chattanooga: Icon.w1 4 K

The wet, black paste i is scooped into The advertising which a child sees ,

carts and hauled off somewhere-that I itself out in time, but j when it is first able to read and sees ever i.

Is to a little of It is. A dozen
t say or afterward whenever the grown up child -
20 stiff old chaps with clumsy hand fit is more liable to looks at a prominent paper or magazine, iJ .. ":,;
1 scoops scrape the mud Into piles which I !I is apt to result in some good.Wilson r. 4k-- '. "

Immediately run away again. The op- : produce la grippe, a TRADEMARK ,

eration I is a solemn Thp stiff
very ono. & Son guarantee bottle of :1BALKE'S
1 1 every
Pneumonia or a serious ChamJ>erlain's Cough Remedy and will >1

.a & I refund the money to anyone who is not JFE'RRY'Sgps -1
throat affection
: { satisfied after using two-thirds of the con
:e: :' tents. This is the best remedy in the ".

.F,: t' I You need something II I world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup You LIVE OAK
and whooping cough and is pleasant and jV"

.',./' ,. i that will give youj i safe cold to to take.result It in prevents pneumonia.any tendency ofa k47 when you're know you planting plant what

:., r i i* [ strength and build } Ferry's Seeds. If you
f jLup Shower baths are being put in the Paris buy cheap seeds you can't WHISKEYSOFTENED

'fltY the body. fJ telephone exchanges for the use of the get be sure.Ferry's.Take Dealers no chances-every-

I II telephone girls. It is thought that this b where sell them. Write BY
. k. will aid them in keeping their health.In for 1901 Seed Annualmailed -

:'. i i America the girls in many telephone free.D. Awarded Gold Medal
III Exposition.
exchanges have long enjoyed this comfort. M. FERRY & CO.,

; :-! -'!.":: / 171k' I I Millions of people are familiar with k v Detroit Mich. I Is the best and purest

.- : I EMULSION DeWitt's Little Early Risers, and those
.. h who use them find them to be famous Rye Whiskey sold

! ,'... ,/ ,,..... ; .,.". little liver pills. Never gripe. Wilson & 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE'
: : .. will do this when everything Son. in the South.
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"' i else fails. There is doubt !I
t 'I S F. BAIKE & CO.
ty Prop:kicrs
'. f I about it. It nourishes, i j Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day ,
f., '.!:,.:J', of April 1901, or as soon thereafter as I can be CINCINNATI, U. S. A.
.. .J' : strengthens, builds up and | heard, I will apply to the county judge of O'-"r,: nailed to our head
makes the Brevard county for a final settlement of my .. ..... office will be
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1 ::1. | body strong j I accounts and my discharge as administratorof :.e0 '-.A ov? nearest accredited distributor

'.'lH VER' MIND! w'1';'R$ GOING TO KEEP !'healthy, not only to throw = the estate of John Uetherington. TRADE MARKS
I off this hard cough but to I 26 1900 Ac.
feel their like'.4 ,
# > old chaps way along Anyone, sending a sketch and description mat .. All concerned take notice that Joseph P.
; :. 11 ., snails and feebly lift each little shovelof O fortify the system against | quickly InTentlon ascertain is probably our patenUble.opinion free Communlca.whether an Brown, as sheriff of Brevard county, Florida,

.-:1'. $, mud. 1 further attacks. If I O STOn.X tiona Btnctly COI IdentiaL Handbook on PatenS and ex-officio administrator of the estate of'
: y. you are sent tree. Oldest agency for secnrincr Ephriam,F. Adams, deceased has
f.--.. .' It rains every other day In London In : Bean the st The Kind You Have/ Always Bought Patents taken'tnroaeh' Mnnn ft aTneSra his
.' i run down emaciated tpecial notice without charge,in the suggestions in writing of the insolvency of
: occasion you
: / \vlnterand sometimes
snows i
i i Biguture 1# -#.. the estate of said deceased. Therefore all'I
::/ :-. ally doing both ;together. The thermometer i should certainly take this : of .. Scientific TMcatt. persons having claims against said estate are -=';

; "t does_not often_ .show a low fig hereby required to appear and file them pro ""I
4 nourishing food medicine, Aliantoomelyllhiitrated week: Largest dr.
1 ISCOTT i perly; authenticated in the court of the .
e ure, but the American feels the cold to eul&tionof any wienuaff JcmrnjO. coun t.
v t $oc. and$ .oo,all dniggistv Foley Kidney Cure h ear; tour months,>|. SoldtynU{ ftewadLmUNN ty judge on or before.the 7th day of Jane A. :
thema'rrow'of his bones as he has seldom & BOWNE, Chemists New York. ? & Co D. 1901 Ordered the 6th day of December-

.<.' ;.- felt it even. In. the most. northerly L... ... .... II ..., '" 1ft.. males kidneys and bladder right. 36IBroaQwaNew.Yofk A.D. 1900. D. L. GAULDEY ..
i" .' ,. Branch Office, 625 F fit.Wa htqtoa.IX C. County Judge.. ,
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