The Florida star.

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The Florida star.
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Place of Publication:
Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
S.W. Harmon
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
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Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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p :. 'GENmiAi SIR,FCTORYa back there Is the. Same little :1", Sa it seanl'. P. x9t., arc !
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SOCIETIES. .of other days. The sleeves
.ETC. 'are rather

': ,TITUSYILLE.BO D.OF. TRADE-G.:$nit,The whole. akee a very lady- I

Bobbins president; H. Dixon
: treasurer J.. Nothing '
G. Bast, secretar. -Yeets.second makes a handsomer trim-

a1.night ineach: mouth at their, rooms Wedn ea- mlng than to have two or three shades ..
the.Bame color brought together and have it,you
F. & .Y. Indian River
lodge of
No 90 all these
its meetings the second and i fourth hold than combinations none Is richer snow it1 You

i. evenings A. -A,S teWart'W.of! each month M.; A.the Morgan court,Friday Sec'y boars and, after the browns.them the Grays erenebdii! knw''all' t

Brown In all shades.Is about thefeeling
;TowN this
6eason- .
OLIVE: HABPE&. heavy
OFFICERS:A. D. Penney, in the stomach the
M. 8. Jones Jr, marshal and mayor "I had piles ,
tax collector so bad I could'get
;, C. S. Schuyler, clerk and treasurer, John, nor find a cure until I tried TVTn-Yli no rest formation of gas, the -
Henry, assessor, D. L.; Gaulden, F A. Los. Witch Hazel Salve J-TCflllbO nausea sick headache
ley, J.M. Dixon, G. F. Duren I After'using it once, ,
Jno. IL Wal- forgot I
ker councilmen. ever had anything like piles" and general weakness of !
The council meets first E. C. uoiee .
Tuesday in each month. out for imitations., Somers Point, N Y Look the whole body. t

COUNTY DIRECTORY. DeWitt's. Wilson & Be Son.sure you ask10r You can't have it a week

without blood I
COUNTY OFF CERS.-A. D. A Rise In your
Penney. Titus- Plant Life.
yille, county judge; Jas. .Andrews, Titus-: being impure and your
vile, prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart Special correspondence of The Florida Star. nerves all exhausted.
Titnsville, clerk..circuit court; J. F. Wooten Los ANGERS, April 3. From a There's
; ,Cocoa, tex assessor;E.W.Hall,Sharper worthless, useless just one remedy
tax. collector, F. H. Boye, Titusville desert for
treasnrerE.E.Mims, Bonaventure,superin-, shrub, growing in i
tendent public instruction; J. 0. Fries Ti ness all over the hot and arid portionsof
tnsville, county surveyor.J. P. Brown, Titus Arizona Yfr3
lle, sheriff;T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange. and southern Nevada, Utah
registration officer. and California, to a valuable addition

to the natural resources of these states
Titusville,chairman;W.H.Sharpe,Sharpes'; -such is the history of the Yucca brev- d
Jos.MeudelLaGrange;E.A.Conkling,Till: Ifolia. The transformation was effect-
fe- man; J. N. Waller, Ankona.: Regular sessions ed only recently and has not yet ceased :
are held first Monday in each
month. to be
a nine days' wonder to those who Y

c COUNTY SCHOOL BOAED.-J. M. Dixon, are intimately acquainted with the There's : Mli
f: Titusville; E. N. Andrews. Cocoa; C. P. plant. nothing new
Platts, Fort Pierce. This about it. Your grand-
yucca Is a weird, uncanny sort
of affair. It does not resemble any parents took it. 'Twas

=t SERSONBLEGOYNS.f R l(_ ( other plant It claims on earth kinship In appearance with a num-, although an other old Sarsaparilla sarsaparillas before were

ber of others in this part of the world.
known. It made the word
Black and White Combinations With It
grows in the hot,
drifting sands and
Lace Effects. on barren rocks and reminds one irre- F Sarsaparilla famous

Special correspondence of. The Florida Star. sistibly of a tree blasted by lightningand over the whole world. ,
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NEW YoRE; April 9. Some- of the storm. Yet It is not stunted, but There's no other sarsa-

very prettiest of the gowns of the sea- rises sometimes to a height of 40 feet I. parilla like it. In age and
}; and is about three feet in ( )
diameter. It
son are made of black and white combinations power to cure it's" The '
Is not like a cactus, neither is It like
and most have lace a "
some leader of them all.
palm but it partakes of the characterIstics
effects either In flounces In waved
of each. Frequently $1.00 a bottle. All drajjlsts. i
Insertion white or black, according to people re-
fer to the Yucca brevifolia the Ayer's Pills cure constipation."After !
as "yucca -
a the color of the ground. If white, the :
palm," but this is Incorrect. Another suffering terribly I was

lace is black, and vice versa. induced to try your Sarsaparilla. I
Many of the most elegant white name for this former Ishmaelite of took three bottles and now feel likea
the plant world Is the Joshua tree. new man. I would advise all my
dresses have flounces almost up to the fellow creatures to try this medicine
waist. Words cannot tell how Until very recently, travelers and natives for it has stood the test of time and
very have wondered what its curative power cannot be ex
light and graceful they are nor how reason the celled." I.D. GOOD, .
yucca had for existence. It seemed to Jan.30,1899. Browntown,Ya
elegant Flounces always were pretty, )
have none; its tough, fibrous substance
Write the Doctor.If .
;f.;: > and now that the dressmakers have
< -4' filled with sap, could not be used for you have any complaint
learned how to make them so daintily
and desire the best medical advice
a fuel It was pronounced unfit for lumber : .
can possibly receive, write the
other for
they trimming
surpass any and its fibers were found to be so freely. You will receive a prompt rt
f such gowns as they are suitable for. ply,without cost. Address, .
interlaced that it was useless for rope- Da.J.C.AYER,Lowell,:Mail.
The light and soft materials of this
making or any other purpose to which
season lend themselves to the undula- x
other fibrous plants are put. Attempts '
tions of the flounce better than heavier
to use the yucca for paper pulp proved 1
goods, but yet there are some quite disastrous, owing to dark hardened Where the Guilt Lay.-"You : -

heavy silks made with them. spots in the fiber, like knots, and as play was entirely without a : / ;:

Another new thing about skirts, and hard as pine knots, which stained and "Yes-that is, if you choose to

this Is more significant than the other, ruined the pulp and dulled the knivesof author."-Indianapolis Press.
and that is that the richest and handsomest the machines.
pulpmaking Only
of the heavy goods are made one recommendation had the yuccaits Clerk.'Y

with wide gathered skirts. The skirt abundant sap, which contains sug- Over=Work Weakens

.Is gathered at the waist and flows free ar, starch and citric acid, has saved Your
to the feet and to a short
generally the lives of many prospectots on the

t train at the back. The pedestrian skirts desert. But for use In the arts or manufactures Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure .

are, as we know, short, and so are the yucca was absolutely

those for all kinds of sports but all worthless. All the blood in your body passes '>

others are long as the lady may desire, Along came a magician in the form your kidneys once every three }
: and when it is for a house or visiting of an eastern manufacturer, and. lo The kidneys I

:__ ': dress it is generally quite long. and behold, the yucca Is now a thingof blood purifiers, i it
ter out the
f There are many draped skirts and use if not of beauty! This eastern

1 : r draped effects In the lace overdresses, wizard has dicoverrd through experimentation Impurities If they are in sick the .

p and.some.of these are beyond measure and investigation that for I of order,they fail .1'

graceful and elegant. One had the use in veneering and in making sur their work. t

skirt of deep embroidered lace, and this geons' splints the hitherto despised Pains,aches ,7..t'

formed the lower skirt. The upper one Joshua tree is unequaled. In veneer- matism come .

hung from the bust line and was looseIn Ing. its cross section which looks like cess of uric acid

front but snug all the rest of the lacework is very beautiful. The fiber kidney trouble. blood, due to : I

way around. In front it hung straight of the yucca has strength and stiffness Kidney trouble causes quick or r

:1 down to the bottom loosely, and the sil longitudinally, while readily conforming heart beats, and makes one feel as

:: ver belt 'passed under this part. The to the shape desired lengthwise; they had heart trouble, because the

:! other portion of the lace was draped up therefore, in use as splints, it can be over-working in pumping thick, :'

at the sides. Here and there there bent to any desired shape. By reasonof poisoned blood through veins and ::1
were set small black velvet bows. Its porosity it affords perfect circulation It used to be considered that only
troubles were to be traced to the
A magnificent street costume was of air; it is light, while strong

made of the superb dark gray craven- enough to maintain the position of but all constitutional now modern science diseases proves have their that f; :
"' ette covert in the heaviest quality. Theskirt bones, and it readily adapts I isolf to ning in kidney trouble.If it .

was medium long at the back and the shape of the limb. Yucca wood you are sick you can make no i;

had spatula shaped panels down the has other recommendations as material by first doctoring your kidneys.
$' sides. These were corded with bias for splints while in other directionsmore and the extraordinary effect of Dr. t

I ,4 satin all around. There is a fancy bolero and more uses are being found Swamp-Root, the great kidney : I li i!
realized. It stands the highest
worthless plant. soon
.: covered with an arabesque pattern for the formerly
; wonderful cures of the most
.: In black satin cable cord. The revers, CHARLES E. UOBINSON.
and is sold on its merits II'i;
Of which there were four, turned back o
For Over Fifty Years by all druggists in fifty-
and were faced with white satin and
and one-dollar siz .!
also trimmed with the featherbonecord. vers by with perfect eSt You may have a e i ,

The sleeves flared at thewristsand for Success their Itsoothes children the while child teething softens the gums, sample bottle by mail Home of .1} ,f
were trimmed only at the top. tad cone. and is the best free, also pamphlet telling you how
SSSy1Diarrhoea.. will relieve
There was a Persian belt with much little sufferer immediately.It "old by Igjsg5gg out if you have kidney or bladder .:(
silver in It. The front'was in a loose in every part of the world. Twentv-flve. wins centtliryot.r.t ;? Mention this paper when writing Dr. I i i
entig a6vrnC N. Y.ADMINISTRATOR'S. ::1
vest form done in silk mull worked all "Bae-V tiP d11f1 & Co., Binghamton ; .
__ __ __ __ __ _-u---
over with Persian design. I .1
:{ Persian and rumchuuda effects are CLEAR HEAD; >OT1 1.

seen everywhere, and many of the Notice is hcrel Liven toil {' i
most stylish-I don't say handsomestwaists good digestion; sound sleep; a six months fnmi date 1 will present
Hon. I). l !
made of silk xii' 'I the aCl lunts and ap; ly to t--o .:
are fine and a ripe old age. dcu county j'J'tert IIf iJrfvanl county -!
colors and that I
of the universe in, da for mv'ilisHiarge as a'!iuini> !! I
means many more than the original some of the results of the use estate of On'tlw '>. H'i-->. .Eeceased.
seven. But somehow the effect Is pleas are siuanli in of \\.ia.r.T. B>*. IH
Liver Pills. A single Tim P. r ;\
the of Tutt's
ing. There is little difference In AdroiiM.-trator of C. S. r.- :
shape of the waists. They are nearly dose will convince you of their jruarHan of \\llter.T. \
all bloused and gathered slightly at the TITUSVILLE, Fl....., November in, l;}
effects and virtue. -1 il'
wonderful -
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neck and pouched at the bottom. -

Where the pattern is very decided It Is Fact Bill For Divorce }

': arranged so that one part of the pattern A Known In the Out !in and for .
; County FJorida.-Tn C :lDl."ery.
; forms an ornamental arrangement for sick head '1r
absolute cure :
An Annie E. Fronger )
somewhere, such as cuffs neck drapery > f

't '" or a straight design down the front, ache, dyspepsia, malaria, soistomachdizzinessconstii Ernest vs.C. Pronjrer )ITo 11 1T,

while the rest Is bias. ti.on Ernest 1'rongc-r. It is hereby ,
While are made with p | that: you appear at the clerk's office at i <'
many gowns I .
i ville. Florida to the bill of c- t
;: full skirts there are still many new bilious fever, piles, luipiJiivv. tered against you in the above .
; ones In the snug tailor styles so long in dise on the 3rd day of May, 1901. l
fashion. One such Is shown here. This and all kindred ; same will he taken against you as
and furt er that this order be i '.
: Is made In brown whipcord >>
a warm PJHs
Liver a week for four ;4)) consecutive weeks .:I
fine and silky. There are a few gathers FLORIDA STAB, a newspaper 'f
around the waist and the skirt has several said county and state. .. '
mohair braid Done and ordered at the Clerk's ,
rows of fine woven
'. Titusville, Florida, this 1st day of i!
In wide and some :
a shade darker, some CURES ty hu EISE D.1901. .
narrow. The bodice is cut without Beat Cough Brian Tastes Use fSeall A. A. *
darts and fits elegantly. It is In Eton in time. Sold Dy drultRists. Cerk Circuit if E

form and closes at the left side and is By JOHN HENRY, Deputy -- -- --

) ,trimmed to match the skirt. At the t.

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' 44 ,; :'. : -COCOA ( .DIRECTOEY.. an Easter offering to the Episcopal ledge of winter-.residents on' ..
, ... 'Y<" ,' ,:,... .. pare Tuesday. I I
.-, '1. -!:'"" :i...,:-,'':.; ','. : ,-L.IIUGHLETT, H.U, L.DANIEL, Church,Home and Hospit,,at Orlando.A. The Summer quietness is' stealing upon DREW'S"" ; J

,: .;..;. :' O. P. 8.-offices over The Indian River was shipped on.Monday to that us and the spring' songs. of the festive
.$.' ,&' :::. ., '": Drag Co'sstores, ,the leading Drugestabllshaent ,- charitable 'institution" which, contained mosquito and the redbird is thrilling the I 11 ( ../ '
: : ', of the Indian : = ... .:.
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; rivercouutry1
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: : :' towels, laundry ,bags, bandages,. linen, hearts and,tickling the ears of those who Becrof =."" -' -'..
; 2,::,:' ;'\, ,; .3.F. TRAVIS. & 'CO. Exclusive Wboleile clothing of all kinds and'two quilts. This still remain. '

'. : .''> ,:_.>. '; :- Grocers, carry.the largest stock f General society was organized 'by Mrs C. W. fOR
ff? '- merchandise on the east coast of Florida. V'There were 23,323letters, papers and 2trr 111'0 LEGAL
.,:t-:..<,.; ..'- _..--' Can meet all. competition Write for prices. Harrison, in memory of heriister. Miss packagesreceived at the Rockledge post canbtIgrowr CATAL GUL
', ;' Johnson/ (whom. ti.know' was to love), '
[;p.d office during the month of March and ; .
: i : : NILLIAM HINDLE. Undertaker and Em- ,
; and much good is ,being! ; accomplishedunder THE =:: -V :-
!fi ;, : ---k ,:. ::r;, b&laaer..llicycles and Sewing Machine supplies 17,231 dispatched., From Jan.-1st to Mar. ..:.
"",i-, :::; ,. "';- ,Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing her able management.; The hospital 31st, inclusive, there was received a total .1ithou. H.4W.B.DREW
: < .t of Every Description. Agent.for Beveridge at. Orlando is their chief object for COMPANY,
-it.. : Cf6J,48&! letters packages and papers, S. !
ff-? ;: ,:; teamThoker. help. May the good work flourish.V and a total of 30,755 dispatched. Whileof Potash BLANK$
\;\" > ::_ J1Jl.1NK'LIPP-PracticaIShoeuiaker.: Forty The Avilah held its regular meeting on registered matter there :was received Suppl FLA.. V
S );:, r ye&rg experience; all kind of repairing during the 152' letters and ':
and quarter
last Friday an enthusiastic meetingit parcels
fe;'f dO'Deniee and cheap; also ladies'and men'sshoes \\1\ enough Potash -.
', : ( made to order. was. The ladies are ongratnlating and disc atched 217. \\ e ;,;.;
; V Zt, .V and JONH N. C. STOCK Toy, President,
. :. :ic--; "-- TILE.TBAFFOBD .BAKERY.-First quality themselves" that they have funds enough Nero Footman, a well-tordo, colored V /"IV ? youi THOMAS P. DENHAM Cashier, .

.-.. I'(*;'.'-:: ..-?-c.---:, Bread,-wade of high grade flour,sent to any on hand'to pay all running ,expenses for man who lives opposite Rockle lge on the- profits will bt JAMES D. BAKES, Ass't. Cashier.of :

t; ::, ,'&ddressjalsonever-failingbome-madeyeast' another'year, and a bright prospect for island, owns a launch which he plied between g .
,; ', -;-: : cakes. Ice .Cream every Saturday. the future. As club VV large; without i
a they are going to Rockledge and the. island. The

... i- "- 3OTO J. }I. SANDERS, The Old Reliable take np the study household econo- past winter'he has been on the Zorayda, Potash National Bank ,
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., .. ,- & .Stoie, for good fresh and reliable goods mics, and try .improve" methods, ways Mr. Pettee's large, launch, and has gone : -

. : *3aeh'frI&t.1: ,Tronks*s Dry and Goods a full, Saddlery line of, Groceries.CrockeryI ,: and means of living. The ladies of Cocoa north with it for the summer. His wife .V- crop will be

; -- .- : should be more interested in the A v. now runs the little launch as successfullyas .:'" IheStalooffloridaCAPITAL :

SFABVIS HOUSE-open all the year -round. ilab and its work-especially the mothers.An he did, and keeps her marketingand "scrybby.
Pleasant location facing the river on river Our books, e1ling about composition of fertilizer
hour month is
once notmuch timeto trading Rockledge just the same. best for all free all farmers.
front. Rates|2.00 per day,special terms by adapted crops are to
give, and if it proves interesting GERMAN KALI WORKS, 10000000.
the week or month. Last week Miss Flo Martin entertainedthe
: Nassau St.. New York.
enough to members to have them cross 93
L { MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. the river to attend, why will it not proveso Palmetto Euchre club, and a very Desienated depository of the State of Florida -
: pleasant meeting it proved. Mrs. Breck & LYNCH, and ofthe City of Jacksonville. Solicits
t ; : ZELBOURNESTATE BANK-Capital$15- to those who live right in the, town? carried off the prize-a handsome gold- l\IORGAN accounts of all classes and offers every facility
OQ. J. H. Phillips, president;C. M.Horton ,
REAL ESTATE, AND INSURANCE, consistent with prudent banking. Recognizing -
The bank the lower river plated souvenir. The
IX'4 cashier. only on ROCKLEDGE. teaspoon prizes are the needs of that class who accumulate a F'
., 4. &ud the pineapple region of Brevard county. awarded once a month. One half the Loans Notary Public, surplus, we, will allow interest on time; de. .

% -! -BAU GALLIE BUSINESS. DIKECTOBY.HODGSON The New Rockledge' closed on Wednes- money raised by the club was donated to Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. posits. We invite attention to the statement .
the Avilah library at Cocoa the below, condensed from our last official reportto
so ladies
: BROTHERS., Goods Ship the honorable controller of the
: Dry V currency: ._
: .Gbaadiery, and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and Fret D. Baldwin left Monday for feel that they have been doing a little

'-." fittings, Clothing, Paints and Oils, Grocer- New Haven, Conn. good along with the pleasure and social CONDENSED

: ies. Marine railway, steamer for charter. :Mr.. and Mrs. A. W. Benton left profit derived from its meetings. Mrs.
on Mr. E. P. Branch paid a visit to points STATEMENT OF CONDITION

'ORT.PIt.RCE BUSINESS DIBECTOBY.S. Monday for Minneapolis, Minn. Battenfield week. entertained the club this south this week. At close of business February 5, iDOL

P. PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. Miss Alice Hentz, of Quincy, is the Dr. Platts, of Fort Pierce, was in town As called for by Comptroller. -

- t: ..- Ails to any point on the river promptly guest of her sister, :Mrs. G. N. Hatch. EAU GALLIE. :Monday: to visit his uncle, :Mr. J, H.

!t' saswered. Fo t Pierce Florida. Miss Virginia Hatch spent from Friday Mr. Grotjan Ronald was a visitor in Phillips.Mr. RESOURCES.

Eau Gallie on in his Loans and discounts ______$265f 22.10
Tuesday little
smart -------
until Sunday with relatives at City Point. launch. Taylor, of Saugatuck, Mich., has Overdrafts_________-______________ 731.01
t 1ND1NR11ERflIPPLE8.[ l[ Miss Abide Hartwell left on Tuesdayfor bought the Ely property and hopes to United States bonds and other
Messrs. J. M. Randall and JohnE. build a fine home there soon. Stocks and Bonds_______________ 253,262.85Banking
New where she will visit
Jersey, a M. Hodgson took a spin to Rockledgeand house, furniture and Fix., 44,417.62
B&ragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs i sister. Cocoa on the launch Dawn on Mon Mrs. Middy and daughter, Miss Ma Other real estate owned__________ 9,901.78

:. ; .at Towns Along the Coast. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wallace left Tuesday tilda, left on Wednesday for Canton, 0., Cash and Due from other banks___ 102218.52
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for Chicago. to returnin after a pleasant winter spent here. -
COCOA. They expect Dukes and Cole have a new $676,453.88

the fall. boiler ready for their steamer Spartan, Mr. Sherman Snedeker has bought the LIABILITIES.

lira. L. T. Daniel took her two oldest Miss Mamie Hardee entertained a number giving increased power and speed to this Jones cottage on New Haven avenue, and Capital stock
3mldren Master Leland and Miss Dor- ---------------------$100,000.00
: of friends at her home Thursday busy little steamer. his family are now pleasantly settled in Surplus and profits________________ 5,873.40
-s iiy, to Titusville on Friday to have afternoon. W. J. same. Circulating notes----_____-________ 100,000.00
; I taken. Capt. Nesbitt purchased the piano" Dividends uncalled for___________ 200.00
: Mrs. H. K. Breck, mother of Mrs. E. sold by the trustee of the late Win. A large party from Melbourne Beach Deposits_____________ ___________ 470,380.48
) Mr. T. R. Puck tt proprietor of the
Treutler. The came over on Sunday on the yacht Ida
A. Chatfield, left on Tuesday for .her captain will probably be- .a
4 News returned to his family and labors to attend service the $676,453.88
Connecticut home.If gin taking music lessons at once. May Episcopal
':t aim Cocoa, Saturday, from the government I church.
;, printing office in Washington. all the fruit matures that is set on I Among the ladies from Eau Gallie who
the trees there will be a tremendous crop attended the readings at Educational Miss Gladys Wells and Miss Edith Complete

;; fire. M. Thompson, Mrs. Clarke andMrs. of next hall, Melbourne, on Monday were MissA. Gwynn, after a delightful visit with Mr. :__ rElectricill
oranges year.
: : A. R. Moore, of Merritt, and Mrs. Florence Hodgson, Miss Mamie L. and Mrs. W. T. Wells, left for New Jersey -

:E.. J. Wilson, of Rockledge, came to Co- I I Messrs. Atwater and Wood, clerk and Evans, Miss Taylor Miss Johnson and last Tuesday.Mrs. V Supply I
; & on Tuesday to attend the meeting: of watchman at the'New Rockledge, left on number
quite The .
a gentlemen. party K. R. Gillman, after spending
ihe Avilah.Schec4 Tuesday for the north. ->
remained for the dance which came off several months at Hotel Carleton, left

dosed last Friday with seventy- Mrs. C. E. Cook is among the latest before the close of this pleasant evening.Rev. last Saturday. So one by one our visitorsare and .
There has been disciples of the wheel. She is the ,,.+
e.iiie'pupils en- happy
present. B. F. Brown, of Titusville, will going, all expressing wishes to returnto
i 33E1ed ninety-six names, twenty of whom possessor of a new chainless Columbia.Mr. Melbourne again. .
: services in St. John's church on Sunday Construction House In the South. removed to other places. What
Lawson Magruder has arrived next. The sermon at the morning serv- Last Monday Mrs. Jane Gibson and

:-: sachool in the county can claim u better home from his long absence in Tampa. ic will be on "Te; Resurrection," and at daughter, :\Iiss.Anna, l left for their homein

;ft sattendance' ? The young people are glad of his return the evening service the doctor will lecture Erie, Penn. and Mr. W. R. Burton ..THE.. .V

4 '''r. W. L. Hughlett is in attendance among them. on "Christ in Paradise or the Inter- and mother for Winter Haven, Fla. We

'1; .. this week at the State 'Medical associa- The last train ran into the station on mediate State" All are cordially in- hope to see these pleasant folks in Mel- Johnson-Law '

Ttioa in Jacksonville, of which he is pres- Tuesday, which hastened the departureof vited. Seats free. Miss A. Florence I bourne again. Company f\

,t4 cident. We trust he will be re-elected. Hodgson will preside at the
many, as the trip to the junction, is organ. The entertainment "Tennyson's Dreamof
AA "The doctor is always found battling on most undesirable.Mrs. of citizens == 'I:
: ithe.side of Many our attended the Fair Women given by the Ladies' All kinds of and battery :
Bennington, who is stopping in readings at Wells hall, Melbourne, on guild last Monday night, was a splendid renewals for gas engine ignition '

-f:; to further the project to celtgbrate City Point, spent a few days with her Monday evening last. Tennyson's I suci ess, and many thanks are due Mrs. bells, annunciators and ,

b." :May day in Cocoa was held friends, the Batten fields. She returnedto "Dream of Fair Women" illustrated by Mary K. Moses for her fine management alarms burglar f. "

I-: "Wednesday night, but too late to. get a City Point Tuesday.Miss tableaux, was a pleasing surprise to all of it. The character were represented by constantly on hand. .,:=' ..

! I report into this issue. Hope the project present. The costumes of Mrs. Wells, Mesdames. T. Well*, C. J. F. Camp- \0'- .

t -will rush through with vigor, and a big Leonice Lapham, who has been Miss Gladys Wells, Miss Gwynne, Miss bell, Goo :M.: Brown T. C. Nicholson::! Lighting Plants, Telephone Lines ;:1:
assisting her aunt, Miss Kate Eyre in
old-fashioned picnic result. Carter the Misses Goode and several
I- Sadie Tenny and C. H. Stewart, the .
her curio store this winter, has returnedto
:: Little Elizabeth Childs, only daughter her home at Indianola.Mrs. whose names your correspondent could ;Misses Edith Gwynn, Gladys Wells, Ma in any part ':,:." -
:;:, vaf Mr. and Mrs. Sam Child, who has not learn, well and truly presented the tilda Middy, Ruth Nettleton, Susie Carter of the s-tiite. V

j'J--. f&een very near death's door, took a turnrtbr A. J. Canova has returned to characters in the reading by Mrs. C. J. Bertha McCoy, Annie Goode, Jessie Write us for information. t :

#t. the better Tuesday morning. As soon Palm Beach with her family, where she F. Campbell.VOCAL Goode, Mattie Brown and Mattie Hoke.

:;j caa: she recovers sufficiently to stand the will make her home permanently. Rock- AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT, Thanks are also due Messrs. Wells, Far- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.GEO. ; :
wll taken in ledge is sorry to lose them. Ferguson Campbells and others for .
:'J. rtrip she : be north hopes APRIL IGxn. an, ,

.: r:hat a change of climate will restore her I Rev. W. E. Smith, wife and little son This concert at Eureka hall, under the i their \\ork for same. It was one of the M.President.. R''EI3INS, F. A. MORGAN > V

;:" ito: perfect health. Alpha, left Tuesday for New York. The management of Prof. Earle Adams, of.. prettiest entertainments given in Mel Actuary. .'

:;, Miss Maude Hardee has been quite ill people all express an earnest desire that Melbourne, will be the event of the season bourne. BREVARDAbstractofTitle

;t evince she closed her school, but is better he will return next fall and resume the of 1900-1901. No effort is being .-- --- -

this and work here. spared to make this function a success. :
; --a.t writing. Lagrippe fatigue ; .
:from her school duties have quite over- Beggs brothers, of the Hotel Indian The following ladies and gentlemen wll: "GO ,'fe' '..;.. ti ..... : :
;..\;. some her but her energy and will power River, left Tuesday on a fishing expedition compose the orchestra: Mr. P. A. Mc -- - : V
: I. &kept her up and at her post until the down the river in Mr. S. E. Steam's Millan, violinist; Miss Claudia McMil: COMPANY V '.

i Mast hour of the last day-then reaction boat, The Cruiser. A brief recreation lan, mandolin; Miss Jessie McMillan, Ranch it and rough it and you'll soon Will furnish abstracts of title

!'. ame. We trust she will be all right after a busy season.A guitar; Leland McMillan, violim-ello;; get rid of that weak chest and that hacking for lands in Brevard county.

fcs-r, _. r-when .thoroughly rested..IL letter was recently mailed here directed Professor Adams, piano. The following cough." That is what the doctor OFFICE UN ER LAW OFFICE OF .

. :. ,,: There will be a week's vacation and on to Pago Pago, Tutuila, Samoa Islands !- ladies and gentlemen have kindly consented said to. a..young, married man with a wife GEO. M. ROBBi .S, TITUSVILLE, FLA.EASTCOASTMEATMARKET .
to take part on the program: Miss ana ChIld to care
oaeit: Monday morning Miss Carter will another to Cairo, Egypt, while Laura Houston, Miss Mamie Taylor, Miss for and a modest -

. :.>. ,:', tapen a select or pay schoo, which will those to England, France and Germanyare Hodgson, Miss Mamie L. Evans, H. U. salary to support

: ;. Hast two months, and the expense to of frequent occurrence.V Hodgson and W. Willhite, and will con- them on. He .

:;, , f tttionth. We Miss Carter will Love and duty tied
: hope secure and Mine Host S. H.
season, Peck trios, quartettes, mandolin solos, violin
him to his desk in
; '
: -QOUgh pupils to her for her
v: pay energies and wife for their V
-' are preparing return to and mandolin duets, guitar solos, etc. the city. e

;l: ."" rand time, but with warm weather and Petoskey, Mich., where their summer The evening will close with a dance; music People don't 1 Florida \.

"t'\\e distance many pupils have to go will hotel, The Arlington, is situated. by the full orchestra. Admission to have to travel to : .-
: ,greatly decrease the attendance. -
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all. See handbills and notices. cure coughs or 'V V : and
Mrs. H. J. Smith and family left
(::iV. : ': The picnic at Dr. Scofield's last Friday Thursday of last week for their home in RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. strengthen weak I kJ \\Vestern .
: lungs. _
Fik : afternoon time for
was a grand good the < V
New Jersey. They stopped for a visit At the regular meeting of Eau Gallie Golden Medical -- V
: : school children, as it was the close of the '
with friends in Jacksonville Ieatsof
until Wed- town council, Monday, March 4th, the Discovery cures obstinate I (
j' V Chool and the of
year vaca-
when left for New
nesday they York. following resolution commemorative of ,deep-seated
, {J V lion. The doctoJ's launch was ready to
", V Mr. Walter returned home the late Wm. Treutler was ordered to be coughs bronchitis allKinds.
V Boyett
on Vg -
:<, tke the children a ride and the children bleeding of the \PHf( (
Friday from Weightman, Ga., whither he inscribed upon the minutes and that a
t; :\V '"were divided into groups to suit the accommodations lungs weakness \ .
went last fall to enter school. He surprised copy of same be presented to his widow emaciation and .
r. ': V of the launch, and a trip l .
his people and everyone else by and handed to THE FLORIDA STAU for other forms of t
tcV ;' 3o the point and back was the ride each .
V bringing home a wife. Congratulations.Mr. publication: I disease which if neglected or unskillfully
: ; 3rery< much enjoyed. It is a good deed to Titusville, Florida.BOBBINS _
"That whereas, The ruthless hand of I I treated terminate fatally in con- .
. ,( V. give the children pleasure and to make J. Martin, with wife, son and death has removed from our midst the sumption. .
'<. ':': dIem left for their -
: happy. daughter northern home at,
,;;" V late Wm. Treutler, who has for so long "I will write you what Dr. Pierce's Golden
:, Archdeacon B. F. Brown preached a Columbus, 0., Tuesday. The Martins assisted us in the direction of the busi- Medical Discovery has done for me,"says George
the Cook H. Belcher, Esq.. of Dorton, Pike County, ,
occupied Barton Ky.
cottage on avenue
f: aSne Sunday evening at St. Mark'sato of
V V sermon ness the town; and "Thirteen years ago I was wounded by a ball
: : & large congregation But where were this season. Their residence here "Whereas, in his death we lose a most passing through my lung. I have had a bad & GRAHAM V'
:' r She who used to interest themselves has served to renew many old acquaintances I I cough almost ever since with shortness of :
; V : singers energetic and active member of the breath, and it was very easy to take cold; the ,
..:.::. > ,:' in the services at St. Mark's. : and to form new ones. It is hoped board, whose efforts were ever directed, slightest change of weather would cause the co. J
, '); cough to be so bad I would have to sit in bed (
that will return next winter. up Incorporated. Paid V
:;.z; Surely if the archdeacon, at his age, feels they to furthering the best interests of the all night. Could not eat or sleep at times ; was up Capital 2500000.) .:..

'.,::; ';-. *equal to preaching in Titusville in the The service at the chapel Sunday town and whose voice was always for all months run down ago I;began could using not work Dr. Pierce's at all. Golden A few This company owns lands gt. '

; -" ugoraing and then coming to Cocoa to morning was the last by Dr. Smith for progress and improvement; Medical Discovery. Have not used more than m the Indian River -!'; .

pr); t:: V Ekftd services in the evening, the younger I the season. He took for his text "He Is Be it resolved, therefore, That we, as a two and I bottles.feel like and a new now man.can eat I cannot, sleep and find words work, try, the St. Lucie Coun- '

;:: '::. sand resident portion of Christian work- Risen," found in the 6th chapter of Rom board, desire to express the sense of deep to sufficiently recommend Dr. Pierce's Golden at New? River River ; ,

'f 'V {:'? V <&rs can help with their God-given talents ane, and preached a most excellent eer- and irreparable loss that we feel, and me.Medical" Discovery,or tell the good it has done and on Bisl .A' ,

WV'V_, = iand keep their voices in attune by singling mon. The music was especially good, most sincerely tender to the widow of cayne Bay. V

& :fe :' his praises. The music is as much a and the duet "He Is' Risen," sung by our late townsman our condolence and Adviser Dr. Pierce's in Common covers is Sense sent free Medical on PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.

? ,.. ; :, ', {part of service to God as the sermon. Mrs. G. N. Hatch and Miss Alice Hentz, our sympathy in her great sorrow. receipt of paper 21 one-cent stamps to paysxpense -
R.rm Send for -
: : The Emily Johnson Memorial society was very sweet. Pyny-Balsam Stops the of mailing only. The book has OFFICES AT land list *>--''

,,*:. :" ".S Las met every Friday during Lent to pre- There was a grand exodus from Rock- and quickly allays inflammation in Tickling the throat., 1008 pages and over 700 illustrations.
:- ; Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y. TITUSVILLE AND V
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?:" '..'. : J History of the Native Who Helped Fans-

!'- :>.' :' ton to Capture Aguinaldo.SpeciaTComsporideaee .
F'' ':"' of The Florida Star. NA 50
:: ::: -', WASHINGTON, April 9.-It Is not generally '
2::,: ., '.- known that the Macabebe scouts
-t, .; A.; ': With whose. help .Brigadier, _. General
-' '
,:.. :. '( Frederick Funston was able'to'capture'

:oi'..- Emlllq Agninaldo; leader of the insurgent -

_;-:--'v Philippine forces, are members of WOIM EANINFALLIBLE

:'- a regularly organized part of the United FOR

,; States army. Such, however Is the
' yo .
,case.. These, .scouts, -natives of., the CENTS : .. !., .
:." province ,of Macabebe, on .the Rio ,

! jY\-: ; ; Grande, north. of Manila bay, werewit
; brought Into the service by Major

1i r r ilatbew, Batson, formerly first lIeu-

_ >. tenant Fourth United, St.ates. cavalry. REMEDY

r; :,i ,'; He was here' about two months ago,
1.f': and from him I personally heard the
,' "
.1':-/: .story.
:, Major Batson, while under the command -
. ;WE Hr: of the late General Lawton,

! : :.... whose, tragic end grieved the whole
''J:: ; American! 'nation, conceived the idea
._ < &: that a properly trained force of Filipino For FEMALE

-tL";. tribesmen unfriendly toward Agul4'.i' -
naldo would be' an adjunct of inesti
;,, f. mable value to the occupying army. I

y-:. :L" Major Batson made known his opinions -
: '. his chief. General Lawton immediately 'r
;- to
{ X! saw the possibilities of the Lnbeck is about to exercise its right as Steeple Clayton, in North Bucks, England "After all" suggested the cheerful one, Grafted and Budded

E \>.,, project and Major Batson was author- a free wty to use a coin of its own. The claims the distinction of being the "it may be a blessing in disguise" "Ifso

;. .. ized to recruit a company of 100 natives city arms will take the place of the Kai- first parish to adopt the public librariesact ," returned the disgruntled one, "I may I

,.'y to illustrate the value of his ser's head on one face of the German in the reign of King Edward VII. say that I never saw a more perfect dis-

r''.. scheme.' If success followed, he was coins. The last Lubeck coins were struck guise. Trees

':' a hundred years ago, in 1801. Two gentlemen of the cloth were standing Orange
.,". to be allowed an Increase of men that ; The Most Stubborn Coughs ,
;" fi. would swell his force to regimental on a corner the other day. Evidentlythey
resulting from an attack of lagrippe or
about services tobe
: As the hot of is were talking extra
size. The measure of the major's success summer approaching cold, must yield to the wonderful
\ held during the week. "I anticipatea heavy
f- will be realized when It Is known this paper will constantly keep healing properties of Foley's Honey and
before its readers Teethina remedy great awakening in my church, said 500 EACH
; -- i a .
that the present muster roll of his Tar, which strengthens the lungs and
the first i
people never
i.:- which, where known, is being universally speaker. "My goo ;
f', '. scouts contains almost 1,000 names. used to prevent and counteract the effects ; sleep, said the second. "Ah, there makes them sound. Wilson & Son. Grape Fruit -
L '_' The formation of the of Maca- the first and ,
of warm weather upon small children comes my car, replied they "George," said Mrs. Ferguson, "for
:: beb scouts is described by Major Bat- and it is hoped that all mothers of parted company. heaven's sake straighten up! You're Tangerine

.f" son In a very Interesting manner. Here this community will keep their childrenin worse hump shouldered than ever."

'', Is his narrative as he repeated It tome a healthy condition by giving it, for it Grimsby.-So you want to marry my "Laura," retorted Mr. Ferguson, "be Homosassa,

!I.r:*: *-.'-'' : only costs 25 cents at druggists i ; or mail daughter, sir! What are your princi- satisfied with having married me to reform Parson Brown

; "Some little time was expended by 25 cents to C. J. Moffett, M. D., St. ples? Are you temperate? Fledgely me. When you try to reshape me ,

f me In the agitation of the project. Louisa Mo."George. Temperate! Why, I am s-o strict that it you are undertaking too much." Pineapple,

. t t. :: General Lawton was much Impressed gives me pain even to find my boots Ruby "'
V' by my proposition and did many things dear, you and I would get tight.-Pick-Me-Up. You cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy :

ft ( to aid my cause. The general finally on better if there were a little more give cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liveris St. Michael,

k 't empowered me to 'try out the suggestion. and take between us." "A little more What a wonderful discovery is Perry I sluggish and your bowels clogged. De- ,

R'F One proviso accompanied his acquiescence give on my part and take on yours, I Davis' Pain-Killer! It not only cures the I Witt's Little Early Risers cleanse the Majorca,

I, : which was, 'The number of suppose." ills of the human family, but is also the whole system. They never gripeVil- Jaffa
& Son.
{ : your men shall be limited to 100 until sure remedy for horses and cattle. It has son Mandarin '

'i t' favorable results are assured. It was never been known to fail in a cure of the The acid of lemons and oranges is fatalto .

; not long: before I was permitted a large Nerve worst cases of colic; and for sprains, the cholera bacillus. Even if placed and Du Roi Blood 'f,

t. ; Increase. galls, etc., it never fails-try it once. upon the rinds of the fruit the germs will
Directions accompany each bottle. Avoid on 5 and 6 old sour
not survive than year
the longer a day.
"My next step was procurement
substitutes, there is but one Pain Killer, orange stock. 4 to 5, and .'
:_. of my dusky 'warriors. I followed Perry Davis'. Price tae and 50c. 3 5 to 7 feet, well branched
along' a line which I previously, concluded Food PROFESSIONAL CARDS. trees
,;. was. the most feasible mode of The first le&on for a boy to learn in at $35 $40 and $50 per 100,
= procedure."In GEORGE M. ROB&-I S,
saving his money is to resist the hints of

the town of Macabebe, eight If you have neuralgia, Scott'. his sisters every time he. errrs a dollar.- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Order convinced samples of their and y
miles below CalumpH. there were up-
ward of 2.0TO tribesmen who had Emulsion of. Cod Liver Oi. Atchison Globe. Will practice in State and United States Supply of these large ,
trees fir ited as above.
fought under General Blanco when he will feed the that is Courts.Office at Titusville, Florida. .1
was commander in chief of the Span nerve crying Spring coughs are specially dangerous ._- o. \IV. CONNER9
and unless cured at once serious results
: ish forces on the island. On his surrendering for food-- Jt is hungry--- often follow. One Minute Cough Cure D. L. GAULDEX, Ocklawaha, Florida.

:; ;; they also laid down their :and set whole body goin acts like ma e. It is not a common ATTOfiXEY-AT-LAW,
arms. The Tagalogs qmler Blanco on your mixture but is a high g'rade remedy. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

the contrary retained their arms and, again, in a way to satisfynerciiirl \\ Wilson & Son.ContractorYon. County judge of Brevard county. Will practice Hodgson Bros.
-. with other members of their tribe who ,
l brain from usual foot in all the courts of the 7th judicial circuit \
-. had refused to enlist in the Spanish : your won't sell me a carload of Florida. GCXERALMEItCUAXTS.

army, formed the nucleus of the opposition Tiiat is cure. of bricks on credit? Dl'aler-Xo. ...

r to the Americans. H Me and my brick are very much alike. M. GOLDSMITII,
and j !
are nervous
k "The Macabebes I would you 1' XEY-AT-LAW,
imagined We're hard pressed for cash.-Philadelphia Eau Gallie, Fla.
be willing to unite with the captors of ;bie; you may only need in ori i Record. TITUSVILLE, FLOEIDA.

their former masters, antI I went to cushion .
: ro your nerves- Prosecuting attorney for Brevard county. Dry Goods ClothingBOOTS
I : : their town to get my recruits. The al Given Up to Die With Croup. Notary public. Will practice in all courts of ,
:\u arc probably thin .
..:r calde' of the settlement listened to my -an.v.Mtt's Mrs. P. L. Cordier, Manmngton: the state.DUNCAN. AD SHOES

J Ii,>: words of explanation and allowed me ; Emulsion of Cod Live Ky., write: "My three year old girl h'+d IIA11DWAUE" GROCERIES, ,

to take as many of his braves as I re Jil will give you the fat, to b. a severe case of croup, the doctor said she U. FLETCHER, PAIXTS ADD OILS, ETC.

;_ quired. ii with.Care 1 could not live and I gave her up to die.I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
: 'The especial work I first' put them went to the store and got a bottle of Steam Launch for Charter.

R,.:;..., to was the patrolling; of the Rio : so far as it Joe Foley's Honey relief and and Tar saved; the her first life.dose" JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Grande. This action separated the two Full is gave quick
..' cure getting the f. Wilson & Son.
main bodies of the. insurgents. We
TOll need from usual food
;::\- guarded the course of the river by ;rJcott's ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
do think is the
Jaggles- you
Emulsion will
h' means of large canoes-bancas, as the help y. TITUSVILLE,
most wonderful machine ever invented?
s Macabebes term: them.'e policed that.
o Waggles The one that puts the folds in Will practice in the courts of the 7th judicial -
more tban a hundred miles of ihe river If have
you not tried it, send for free sr circuit.
time '
-grceable taste will .
continuously, cutting off all communication you .vfJ
t-- SCOTT & BOW E. Clie'iuisf39415 -.
between the rebelling divisions. Pearl Street :Xevr \ JAMES ANDREWS, '3
and all troubles, cuts, burns, scalds and !
"Aguinaldo and his army led us a Soc. $1.00; druggists.A
chafing quickly heal by the use of DeWitt' A'r rORS EY-AT-LAW,
lively chase. When be first started for .
Witch Hazel Salve.
It is imitat
J! Testimonial From Old England."I :! Main office and addressTitusville, Florida.
the mountains orders sent to s rt
were me
;-* od. Be sure you get DeWitt's. Wilson Branch office at Fort Pierce, Florida. Prose- 1
'run him down.' consider Chamberlain's 'ouh Remedy
& Son. cuting attorney for Brevard county. 1J
.. "Day affer day '1 led my scouts on thy ht-ft in the world for bronchitis," Notary Public, State at Large.F. ,
his track. The scent became warmeras "'ays Mr. William Savory, of \Vari ington, At the time of the Roman occupation

time passed on. General MacArthur's Kugland "It has sa'el my wife's life, of Britain five distinct species of dogs J. WEBB, rrEr..Ijci x

f' men bad left the coast to the -he having been a martyr to bronchitisfor were there, most of which can with certainty ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 3RADl's iHARit
over six yeais, being most of the time
he identified with those of the 180 !
.' northwest of us and were pushing confined to her l 11(,>(1. She is now quite TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA -
present day. There were the housedog
steadily the island to Intercept ,
across well. Sold\ bv WiIson & Son. Will
practice in the courts of the 7th ju
i.. the fugitive. They must have become: the greyhound, the bulldog, the terrier dicial circuit. BALKE'SLIVE

confused in connecting: with some oft The proposition has teen made that and the slowhound.

; his trails, for be made good his escape. :congress should establish a national parkat L. DODSON,
Bites of insects, reptiles, dogs and cats M.D.
"My men caught up with Aguinaldoat
where be fund
Valley Forge, are to -als.! OAK
; the stings of bees and wasps-
Aringay. It was there that was
many of the most interesting relics of should le instantly treated with Pain- Dentist.Office .
Jt badly wounded. The Insurgents were the most dramatic episode of our Revolutionary Killer the
quickest ahd surest remedy
In trenches. We attacked them. I was at residence, first door south of the
war. The country round about for pains, aches and soreness of any kind county jail. Only first class work,
:' mounted on one of the Luzon horses a these relics is well suited for the purpose| In use: for sixty years, and sold every- at greatly reduced prc.5.
:: short wiry animal. A Mauser shattered where. Avoid substitutes there is but WHISKEY
, as is shown by the many interesting TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.Dyspepsia .
_'. .'.. my left foot and passed under illustrations in the article on "Vallej one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 25c

t- my horse's stomach. Aguinaldo was Forte National Park E. W. and 50c. 4 SOFTENED .
'' as a by BY ACE
,i' sorely worsted. About f 00 of his mi-n
Hocker, in the April Magazine number
t captured by us. The rebel chieftain 11
were Ftoley's Kidney Care KooI
of The Ontlook. ($3 a year. The Outlook Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta
Exposition. ]
rebels of
;..:; with barely twoscore :
company, 287 Fourth avenue, :New snakes kidneys and tkdder right.
: lesser magnitude, managed to escape to

::. the surrounding hills. York.) __ BANNER SALVEthe Is the best and purest .,

..: SAMUEL H tBBARD. WANTED.-Capable, reliable! person in ._ Cure
every county to represent large company of most healing salvo In the world.'DYSPEPTICIDE. : Rye Whiskey sold
Those famous little pills, DeWitt's Lit solid financial reputation; $936 salary per .

: tie Early Risers, will remove all impurities year, payable weekly $3 per day absolutely Digests what eat.It in the South. .;
sure and all straight bona-fide you .
from your system, cleanse your bowels expense; ,
make them regular. Wilson & Son. definite salary, no commission; salary paid I The greatest aid to DIGESTION. artificially digests the food and aids R. F.
each Saturday week. STANDARD and expense HOUSE money, 334 advan.fdetch Dear- Nature in strengthening and recon. BALKS & CO., Proprietors, -

If all the cabs in London were placed born street Chicago. NOTICE. structing the exhausted digestive or- CINCINNATI, U. S. A. ''1
It is the latest
4 in a line there would be a total length of All concerned take notice that Joseph P. gans. digest- OHars nailed to our head office will be
43 miles. 0Bears i i"J I'J. ..t;=;. .._ Brown, as sheriff Brevard county Florida. ant and tonic. No other preparationcan .Hied from ocr nearest :
tie The Kind You Has Always' Bought and ex-officio administrator of the estate of approach it in efficiency. It instantly accredited distributor. :

Ephriam F. Adams, deceased, has filed his relieves and permanently cures
"Last winter I was confined to my bed suggestions in writing of the insolvency of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
with a very bad cold on the lungs. Nothing cf __ ,,_ the estate of said deceased. Therefore all Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea-
Notice is hereby given that the 26th
gave me relief. Finally wife persons having claims against said estate on day
bought a bottle of One Minute my Cough To PATENT Good Ideu ,. hereby required to appear and file them pro-are Sick Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps and of April, 1901, or as soon thereafter as I can be
all other results of imperfect digestion. heard, I will apply to the county judge of
Cure that effected perly authenticated in the court of the
.. a speedy cure. I cannot may secured by county -
tf ', speak too highly of that excellent I our aid. Address judge on or before the 7th day of June A PriceSOc.and fl. Large size contains 2M times county for a final settlement of my
mall size.Book all accounts and discharge administratorof
THE PATENT RECORD D.1901. Ordered the 6th day of December about dyspepsia mailed freeprepared my as
Mr. T. K. ,
remedy. Houseman, Mariag Baltimore,Ud. A.D. 1900. D. L. GAULDEX, by E. C. DeWITT A CO.. Cll ago estate of John Hethprin ton.
; Pax. Wilson & Son.I. .- A. C. DITTKAB
tawney, ,
Subscription: w rite titeac i&cwa tuu peg iWiwr. CountyJudge. Sold by B. B. Wilson & Son. Oct 26; 1900 ;
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I -. c'JRkcNtLOCAL' lIcoK r Walter t Strahan' MIMS.returned to Palm Beach BUS Of FACT AND' GOSSIP. Board Titusville of Trade.board Meeting.The of trade .held l LATEST( SEWS[ AND I INCIDENTS. .

.. Wednesday. their regular monthly meeting at their \ .
Current Events of the Present Week Matters of Interest That Are Happening .
fi Brief Vr.ntion of What,.Is Going On In Mrs:C. S. Ballou entertained a party rooms,Wednesday evening.

-r., and About Titairille. orfrienda.Monday'evening..' Portrayed. In Brief. George M. Bobbins, the newly elected Around Town.

,,, Mr. W H. English arrived here from Mrs. J. B. Chamberlin has gone down president, occupjed the chair. Mr. E. L. Brady returned' home -. .
Easter at the Churches.
The members M. Wednesday from Miami. ,-
present were: .
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon; the river for a few days. of much needed .
Mr. 8. N. Glad win returned the first of rest Church services were herd Easter. Sunday Robbins, president; J. Marion Dixon, Hear the wonderful l and original Blind :
in the Episcopal and Presbyterian treasurer; J.,G. Bast, secretary; Wm. M. Tom the musical at
prodigy, house .
Pierce. of months at Mima
'i- the week from a trip to After a stay two ,
.s churches. St. Gabriel's church was taste- Brown, F. A. Lesley, Chas. H. Walton, next Tuesday.Mr. .
Mrs. Green left for her home in Chicago
Send your watches for: repairs to W. M fully decorated with flowers and lilies. G. F. Duren, E. B. Wager, R. W. Rhodes,
J. G. Bast started after "
Friday.Mr. Monday
Woodward,titusvIlle. Work guaranteed. The attendance at the morning service L. A. Brady, J. B. Screven.
P. W. Roberts is improving the noon for the pineapple belt, stopping atE
The minutes of the annual
.. previous
Postoffice, Inspector Glas..llC Ck, from was quite large. Archdeacon B. F.
here Messrs. en for a day or.
Birmingham, was in town yesterday and grove recently purchased by Brown preached one of his most excellent meeting, held for the purpose of electing

inspected Titusville": postoffice. .Day and Magruder. sermons. An offertory solo sung by officers, were read by the secretary and, Mrs. James Mitchell, of Indianola, '
Mr. W..A. Beck, who Has been section Major Taylor was highly appreciated.His on motion, approved.The was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Larry'W'riahtofOak Hill), arrived foreman here for nearly fifteen years, has selection was one of McDonald's reading of the report of the treasurer W. S. Norwood, for several days the past

{) in town Wednesday afternoon; and spent resigned his position on account of ill latest, "The Choir Invisible." 'Mrs. B. showed the board to be in good week.

:. a couple of days here. health. Mr. Smith, of New Smyrna, F. Brown, Mrs. F, A. Morgan, Mrs. E. financial standing-no debts and a hand- Claim Agent Zehnbaner, of the F. E.

,. The Alba Hey:wood company returned takes his place. B. Wager and Major Taylor constituted some balance on hand. C. railway, was in town last Friday and
': here Sunday night from Daytona in ortom the choir Miss at the Mr- Robbins made a statement the
'j. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sackett and Mr. Brady organ. Saturday adjusting claims with some of
der to reach Sanford for Monday night. and Mrs. F. H. Sackett departed for their The morning service at the Presbyterian effect that a petition had been circulated our citizens.

:t Mrs. Scott, nee Chatty Bobbett, left homes in Springfield, Mass., Tuesday. church was well attended. At the among the voters of the school district, Miss Bessie Bryan expects to visit
where school concert in the the praying that an election be held to determ-
for Kentucky Tuesday afternoon All were to see them but hope Sunday evening
sorry go Cocoa this afternoon, where she will be
she joins her husband, who! returned to for an early return next fall. church was packed. Singing and recitations whether this district shall be a special the guest of her friend Miss Fannie C.
>- the Eastertide school tax district, with power to levy
home-last month. appropriate were
his former Messrs. W. H, and F. H. Sackett and Carter for a few days, ere leaving for her
Pawtucket rendered by members, of the school, all a 3-mill additional tax for the purpose of
i* !Irs. Draper, of R. I., a Walter Strahan returned from their cruise of which were creditably given, showing increasing the school term, which is now home in Clarksville, Tenn.

I ... distant relative of Mrs. Wetmore, has down the riverMonday. They report a considerable pains had been taken with but six months, and the appointment of Collins & Arnold, of Malabar, caught c

:-}! been spending a week or little more with pleasant trip. Will Strahan remained at I I the little ones in preparing them for their three school trustees, to serve without a sawfish in one of their nets last week

, the latter' leaving, Wednesday for her Palm Beach, where he has secured a po- !,' different parts. The program *whichwas 1 I pay, and whose duty it shall be to see that measured 22 feet in length. Mr.

#. sition. as follows, lasted about an hour and I that; this special tax fund is properly Collins says that he thinks the monster

, Judge M. 8 Jones left for .DeLand After closing her third successful year was thoroughly enjoyed by both old and I applied for the purposes intended, and would weigh fully two tons.

h' Monday morning! where he will hold the of school here Miss Burtus has gone young: exercise a supervision over the conduct-. Miss Lena Argo, who has been in ,

If: spring term of court for Volnsia county. north for the summer. She left Tuesdayand Song, "Christ the Lord is Risen"_. __..8chool ing of the schools generally. charge of the public school at White

t From there the judge has business in the is going directly to her childhood's: Prayer________________.__________.".__Pastor As it would become necessary under City, left last week for Boston, where she
metropolis of the state to attend to ere home in New York. Her many friends Carol, "As in the Olden Time"_______School this new arrangement to hIVe the voters takes a position in the schools.
________ of the various school precincts to assemblefor public
, f returning home. wish her a pleasant journey.anl a happy Responsive reading S-hool and Pastor She
; friends. Carol, 'Twas Love".________________School the purpose of selecting-the trustees, a expects to return to Brevard in the
j-; Owing to the fact that last Friday was summer- among Recitation, "The Easter Message"________ motion was made and unanimously fall.As
, Good Friday, there was no meeting of The closing exercises of our school __ ____Ruth WoodwardSolo announced in
------------------ carried "that the board of trade tendersto THE STAR last week
,, the ladies' guild, but the guild will meet were held Saturday afternoon. A very "He Li ves"---___-____.Jeanette Wilson the ,voters Titusville, LaGrangeandMims Prof. Moon and Miss Parker started
fE this (Friday) afternoon at the residence interesting program was presented by Recitation,"The Song I Sing"Mabel Schuyler up
I the free use of their rooms for the the proposed two months' special term of
. f of Mrs. T T. Wetmore and a full the pupils. The work done during the Recitation, "Easter Chimes"___LoUie Penney
attendance is Recitation, "Creed"__u_ ______Fannie Badge holding of a mass meeting to select the school the first of this week. Owing to
requested. school has been most satisfactory
past year Recitation, "Breathe Soft and Low"_____ trustees." the slim attendance the school was dis-

? Rev. Dr. Wells, of Lake Helen, will and both teacher and pupils deserve ----------____?__._..___.._.Bertha King It having been brought to the attentionof continued the following day.
preach a new century sermon at LaGrange great credit. The large number of visit- Song, "Tell the Wondrous Story"SchoolRecitation the board that the work on the new

Sunday, April 14,at 11 o'clock a. m., and ors present attested the interest felt in "Easter Lilies" Mrs. Scobie's Class roads at some points was being improperlydone Summer schedule on the F. E. C. rail-
our school. Recitation, "My Creed"__.__Mabel Reynolds way went into effect Monday at mid-
t at the Baptist church, Titusville, at 7 and as the fund raised for the pur-
Recitation "Let Smile"____ night, the last northbound train, aside
Us Mark Brown
o'clock The discourse will be instructive
t. p. m. Mrs. C. C. Wakefield died at the homeof pose of improving the roads was wholly
Recitation, "Be Not Afraid"Jeannette Wilson from the regular summer train No. 78,
ti ana interesting. her daughter, Mrs. Chamberlin, Fri Recitation, "Consecration"________Mabel Lett at the instigation of the board of trade, going up Tuesday. The time card of

it:'. School Superintendent Minis is in town day morning. Her demise was not unexpected Song, "A Song of Victory"-_________._School who bore the expense of circulating the trains 35 and 78 have not been changed

for a day orv so looking after matters of as she had been seriously ill Recitation, "I Wonder if Ever" Louise Brown petition which brought about the levying -hence they arrive here at the usual

:"- deep interest to our public schools. The for a long time. The funeral serviceswere Recitation, "Left Alone"______Rufus Robbins of the special road tax, it was deemed hours.

-f. good showing from school district No. 2 held at the residence Saturday, con- Recitation, "Where the Mothers Go"_____ fitting and proper that the board should

. 1 in the matter of a special levy, we opine, ducted by Rev. Daiger, assisted by Rev.A. _____________________________Myrtle Lett see that the funds be honestly appliedas You now have the opportunity that r.
D. Penney. Recitation, "The Story of Jesus"________ intended, and to this end a motion others have missed in a life-time-thatof
efforts of
,Ii is due largely to the our energetic -
Mrs. Woodward's Class
u.u unanimously prevailed, "that the executive hearing Blind Tom-the soul of music in
; superintendent. Solo, "Jesus Lives Again" ___Ernestine Lett
-- the of with
committee employ the services of person a negro no more reasonor
Obituary.Mrs. .
: Mr.Wade Jones left Monday afternoon Recitation, "Whispering Wind"__Willie King
f- for Palatka where he has accepted a C. C. Wakefield died at the homeof Recitation, __..______________Mrs. Dr. Rollins Mr. Frank Boye, who circulated the peti- sense than a three-year-old child. He
performs at the house next
Song, "Conqueror"--------------------School tion for the levying of the special tax, to opera Tuesday
& with the El Perfecto Cigar her son-in-law Mr. J. B. Chamberlin
position com- Benediction__________ -_------_______Pastor thoroughly inspect the road work already night Admission 50 cents. Reserved'
f- pany, and will probably travel the east at Mims, Friday, April 5th, at 3 o'clock done under their supervision, and have seats 75 cents, at Eagle clothing st9re.

I coast in the interest of that company. a. m. Alba Heywooil Comedy Co. omissions corrected by the commissioners. Mrs. K B. Sanford and Selden of
$ Wade's many friends wish him every Mrs. Wakefield was born in Moriah, son, ,

| success, though sorry to have him leave Essex county, N. Y., Nov. 19th, 1816. Notwithstanding the Heywood enter. Yonkers, N. Y., after spending several ;

[t-_. us. She'was married in 1835 and with her tainment was given here on Good Fridaythe Florida Railroads. weeks at Rockledge, arrived here Satur-

f' We return thanks to Mr. R. A. husband and family removed to Iowa in company was greeted by a full house. Reports made to the Florida railroad day afternoon for a few days' visit with

Conkling, of Tillman many for having remembered 1850, thus becoming one of the pioneersof Those who attended were well pleased commission by the railroads doing business her old time friends, Capt. and Mrs. Jas.

TilE STAB office with some the state. Thirty-seven years later with the entertainment, and Mr. Hey- in Florida during the past year Pritchard. Mrs. Sanford was a residentof .!i

p 1-- fine strawberries last week. If there very is she came to Mims, Fla., with her daughter wood and his company were also well made gross earnings of $7,142,134.37.The Titusville in the early 80s, aunt will be "1i

i. any fruit that our household is fond of Mrs. Chamberlin, where she has resided pleased with our little town. I operating expenses were $5,252,821.53 .- i pleasantly remembered by many of our j:

T... strawberries are such and we are never the past fourteen years. Her hus- Mr. Heywood impersonates different ; earnings from operation, $2,013,461.93. .- older residents. i\
band and one son preceded her to the characters with a reality and genuinenessthat .
|_ known to refuse them. Many thanks, Miss Mary A. Burtus, of Mims, was '
better land. is His best rendition railroads in Florida
astonishing. Twenty-one report
f'f again, Mr. C. among, the departures from here Tuesday
, She leaves one daughter and two sons probably was "Mr. Dennis Mudd," although 3025.73 miles of main track and 298.42 afternoon for New York city. She will r i

|- A couple of whooping cranes have living in Iowa and one daughter and one many think his taking the part of side track making a total mileage in the
i spend summer at the north and
may ,
, -.: lately taken up at Judge Jones' place on' son living at Mims, who with grandchildren of the old lady in "The New Church I the state of 3,323.85.The conclude to remain permanently, but 1.
account of the tame crane the judge has and her couid of
: great-grandchildren mourn Organ" not possibly have been incidental expenses the commis- still retains her home and
orange grove
[ domesticated among his numerous pets. loss and will cherish her while his first 1
memory. better, selection, "The sion for the past year were $1,36313. at Mims. The Messrs. Sackett of Springfield

.;; It is his,special request that parties will Being converted in early youth she had Lawsuit," gave him a fine chance of Receipts of the Southern Express company Mass., who have been spending, the ,t

\, refrain from killing or shooting at these for nearly seventy years been a consistent showing the versatility of his elocutionary within the state of Florida for the winter at Mims, also left for their home ,

Lit cranes. They do not stay about the member of the Methodist Episcopal power. year ending June 30, 1900 were $101- the same day. Quite an exodus from <

f. f place continually, but are supposed to church, and in the last trying days, daysof Mr. Gustave Ullrich's 'cello solos were 988.17, and its expenses were $94,627.09) Minis via Titusville for one day, consist- 1

, have a nest nearby.An suffering and physical pain, the faith heartily appreciated by the lovers of mu making the net earnings $7,381.08. ing of five persons in and Mrs. t

Easter egg hunt was held Tuesday which had sustained her through life sic. lIe is a player of marked ability Strahan, of Mims, saw the party safely li

; afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Schuy- failed not, and her end was peace. and responded promptly to the applause Of Importance to Teachers. off

ler's, followed by a donkey party. TheY given him. Space is asked to give a little informa
folks the occasion thor- THE WHITE STORE. Miss Gertrude Monroe's violin playing Blind Tom
enjoyed tion of importance to teachers. Several 1 ,
"_ oughly, a large number of very prettily We guarantee better goods for less was far above the usual artists that reach letters from teachers have been receivedof The famous musical prodigy, will appearat

?:. decorated eggs being found. Miss Jean- money than any house in the county. Florida towns. Her Cremona is a very late stating the Report of the Committee the opera house next Tuesday night,
W. J. CRAYFORD. responsive instrument, clear in tone, yet I
the in the
nette Wilson captured prize of the
of Twelve, prescribed as one April 16th. On the piano he imitates a
harsh and of the
.. donkey contest: Miss Myrtle Lett winning not capable producing I texts from which the options for all music box, banjo, an organ playing "Old '
finest effects in harmonics. Her concerto
the booby prize. Johnnie Jumper Dead. teachers on theory and practice of teach- Hundred," and renders the most difficult
movement, from DeBeriot, called for I y ;
i: .' Mr. E. B. Arnold's residence at Mala Johnnie Jumper, one of the oldest dexterous bowing and rapid execution ing will be taken for the coming June compositions i of Liszt, Wagner and others {

r: bar had a narrow escape from being destroyed members of the remaining band of Seminole which she was fully equal to. I'' examination, is out of print. This is not with ease. Reserved seats on sale at 4

L. by fire Thursday of last week.' Indians, died at his camp on Snake Miss Emily Cole sang some very pleas 'I true. Dr. Irwin Shepard, secretary of Eagle clothing store.

The roof caught fire from a chimney. A creek, near Fort Lauderdale, Saturday, I ing songs Her Meyer-Helnund selec- the National Educational association,
about five feet was burnt be- the 6th inst. Jumper was one of the writes me that a new edition has been
space square tion, "The Magic Song, was most heart Ocean Steamship Company.On .
out. itt chief's sons who reigned during some of printed, and that he is ready to furnish
the flames Luckily
fore were put ily appreciated, and she responded with your return north take the ocean
noticed in time or it would have Florida's darkest wars with this tribe. them at 25 cents a copy by mail, or at 20
was "The Last Rose of Summer" as an en- II trip, it will benefit health and is
the All the white people in that whole cents per copy by prepaid express for ten your
E been impossible to save building on sec- core. Her Scotch song, "Bonnie Sweet the most pleasant way of traveling. If
r of the high wind blowing tion of country knew him well. He has or more copies to one address.
account very Bessie, the Maid of Dundee, an old favorite interested write the undersigned for full
been chief counsel for the Seminoles fora ,
from the west. was nicely rendered. i State Superintendent Public Instruction. particulars, sailing dates, etc., via this
number of He was about 85
Easter egg hunts were quite the go in of .years. From here the little company played Tallahassee, April 8th. most popular and fast route. Reservations ,

town this year, a great many families years age. Daytona Saturday night and then wentto made in advance for you. Three

having egg hunts for their children and Laud Office Business.The Sanford. Titusville will always be SLOOP MINNCHA11A AT A li A KG A IN. i ships a week from Savannah for New

I the latter's little friends, but Mr. Bast, glad to see them. Their entertainmenthas Rebuilt last timbered I. York,leaving Savannah Tuesdays, Thurs-
of the Indian River hotel, had given outa following is a brief synopsis of the just the right amount of variety to double sheathed summer sound; and able new, days and Saturdays. Little over two ,,
wide invitation and something like 400 work of the government land office at please a Titusville audience, and at the and Address days' ocean trip. Persons at any pointon

eggs were found secreted about the hotel Gainesville, Fla., for the quarter ending same time it is high class and refined in sails rigging. G. K. SWEEXEY, Indian river can have reservations

grounds by the half hundred little folks March 31st: 272 homestead entries, 31069.86 ,- every detail. Indianola, Fla. made and can be supplied with tickets

present. To say that the children thoroughly acres; 237 final homestead entries, by applying to E. B. WAGER, agent
29,947.40 acres 87 excess cash entries, NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. ..
enjoyed this unexpected treat but ; FOR SALE. Titusville, Fla. f
41.80 acres; 7 commuted homestead en- The tix books of Brevard county will -
mildly 2 school be until the 20th of at Ppstoffice outfit consisting of combi-
it.FLOWERING tries, 440.29 acres; indemnity kept open April I. NOTICE.
; selections 2,289.85 acres. I the office of the tax collector in the courthouse nation lock boxes, general delivery and
PLANTS. Tax take notice! The
at Titusville Fla. money order windows complete, cheapfor payers tax booksof

Spring, 1901. ,My stock of Palms, FOR SALE. E. W. HALL, cash. Inquire Mrs. M. A. Scrimgeour, the town of Titusville, Fla., will positively -

Ferns, Crotons, Geraniums, and Bedding Tax Collector. Titusville. close on June 3rd. Books open
better. Prices Pure Gordon Setter, thoroughly trained; "" every day at the court house.
Plants low.Send, for was cirCulars.A.never I good retriever, etc. For a bargain, ad- GASOLINE ENGINES.Illustrated DRAYI G. By order of the town council.M. .

very L. HATCHj dress E. E. Kxox, folder free. Address W. P. Draying and baggage transfer promptly S. Jon, JR., -

Rockledge, Florida. Titusville, Fla. UNDERWOOD, AgL, Roseland, Fla. attended to by Ewan Rice, Titusville. Tax Collector.

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'! '-:-,., THE FLORIDA .
12. 1901.
t" "- >"- ',_ .. 1 3 t ;
cq N'IN horses. F
foRK. There
were with the If troubled with rheumatism gi't e
! \ proud, satin
,bojlled Chamberlain's
crew Pain-Balm
I" a trial It will _
tures .
Delights of,Tooling Through. Central who seemed ,to wait;consciously;. not cost you a' cent if it does no good. r. i!

,the Metropolis: Environs.! Parkand "tor'The. our- drive eomt >through a., the; country: '_ was It One also applIcation'wdl cures sprains and relieve braises.the, ,in pain om- A Lesson in Health I "i f

v Correspondeice, of, The Florida Staff perhaps the best of alL The skill of third the time required by any other the apparent .ti.tiI ;

t NEW YORK, April .O.-The ,the whip, was, brought. ,Into ,full, play treatment 'Cuts-burns, frostbites, gain; I ill health! are ; :
coaching at': sey, pains in the side and chest mHATEVER certain that' 1\
I season has begun In the metropolis the' some of, ,the turnings,.'narrow lanes lar and other glandu
famous ana,.steep hills, but nothing happened swellings are quickly cured underlying cause ;
Times coach having Just to mar the by applying it. Every bottle warranted. in your kidneys ..'
; ,made_Its initial run from the Waldorf- I perfection of the day. Price 25 and 50c Wilson- : Son.. ? Nine chances in ten it's your r.1.;
Astoria to.Inwood'and back.In' see why the rich men of t o- kidneys that need attention,if the real i !:
1- days' the are: cr day should ever'envy the ancient Ro CAS-rOn.r.A.. root of your poor health is to be V! k

.' coach Pioneer will begin Its mans. Luxury may not,be as flagrantly Bwritha TO KM You>f Have lays Bflggtt! reached. Treating your stomach, !r.,

Sally trips ,from, the Holland House to the only aim in life as it was with Bign&tm your liver, your blood, your heart or i!.

the Ardsley casino at Dobbs Ferry, and the very indolent aristocrats or whom of #,, # { your nerves, is to treat symptoms only. 1

t' early In, May will occur the annual Gibbon tells us, but it Is here just the or ,. a Treating your kidneys to reach and ;.} :
parade the of
remove cause -
of the: New York- same all the, more enjoyable perhaps The sorrow of yesterday is as nothing .
Coaching club ; t
because If you neglect disorder in the kidneys you'll N
-which Is the fashionable event in the the American man of money that of today is bearable; but that of tomorrow have diabetes, Bright's disease gravel or ,
dips. Into work and' thus: In his leIsuremoments is gigantic, because Indistinct.- other serious and usually fatal complaint. ,
coaching circles of metropolitan -k Foley's Kidney Cure is absolutely guaranteed ;"
upper enjoys the sense of contrast. Euripides. :
tendom. While for all kidney disorder. You run no ;
1 It: the growing popularity "Do you really enjoy your role of;, risk. TrY
of the automobile has lessened In some whip?" I asked the young millionaire B. Presson, Piresonville, Kan:, writes:" 'L.e- -_ 1

". degree, the Interest in coaching, the ,as we stood on the porch waiting for "Nothing like Foley's Honey and Tar" -_ SORE? BANNER SALVE will heal it. i -
.four-in-hand the is the universal verdict of all who have
with Its summons to lunch.
., 1 expert whip, its used it. Especially has this been true of f
t liveried guard'and its Immensely 1 love it, and a fellow
outriders still coughs accompanying la Not
& SON.
bas hosts of ardent devotees and there, takes a pride .In doing well what single bottle failed to give ruiief. Wilson .. .
ever he sets his .',..
Is little danger of this form of diversion mind to. &: Soq.

being abandoned by, the people "You own the coach-you and another COUSENS
don't ?
who can afford to Indulge in its de you OASTOaXA. ,
lights. "Yes. We got this thing up after the Bean Ib ihs Kind You Have Always! Baugtt ,

I .hardly think there Is a pastime fashion of coaching: abroad. We driveon Signature 11A # ...MAKERS OF FINE...

known that Rives such exhilaration as alternate days The charge for a ofThe or Yacht Sails
t 1 coaching in the nrst place, to be on s eat' and lunch just about covers the Awnings Flags, 1

speaking! acquaintance with second story expenses of each trip. So far I've onlydriven people of Arizona are returning I

windows and green boughs and to parties of my friends or people: thanks for the heaviest rainfall there for 410 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. :

be able to drink ,in drafts of sunshine I was at least partly acquainted with; twenty years. Rains are not an everyday ..ESTIMATES AND SAMPLES ,

from such an altitude possess a fascination but to show you just how severe are occurrence in that territory.a OF.

to which no words can quite do the rules about coaching, let me tell
- t
justice. For a little while all cares you'that if I had a vacant seat and a Duck and Canvas Sent on Application.

f and speculations drop from one's soul. man stopped me on the road, willing to

; It Is sufficient to be out in the morning, pay the $5 req (lred. I could not ESTABLISHED IN 1851.

high up In the blue air, and to roll on to take him. the coach Is( run as a J 1

and on and on. public conveyance, and 1 have a li a f -

1 cense. I enjoy the of it. but I DIRECT
It was a merry party that climbed sport am LINE-QUICK TIME TOWASHINGTON
really In the service of the -- a*
i the small iron ladder to the top of the public _

coach, a party made up of many sorts "You' go in wet weather just the () : ,
I same?
, of men and women the young milj -
> llonalre "Just the same. Mackintoshes an BALTIMORE,
j handled the whip the d'r -

j genial host' who spends his days in the umbrellas are supplied. It may be PHILADELPHIA, ,

| pursuit of happiness the poet the broker deuced' uncomfortable but we've got '. her, NEW YORK
to go. At least I have: if there's "
i the editor. And the women?f on ern CHICAGO:
single passenger.
Two young and pretty chaperons who ,
"Single seats are seldom CINCINNATI
not Inspire awe In the heart of a -"" ,
baby, two beauties, the society belle, I suppose? LOUISVILLE
"So far the coach has ,
the scribbler, the artist. Truly aNmlxed always beenengaged
.and for an entire party with the ATLANTA,
cosmopolitan party, but all agreed PROGRfSS.
exception of one day when there .
were ;
on one Important fact-that the day ,
two sets of people.' They were all!l '
was heavenly and the top of the coach Roq CHATTANOOGA
very amiable and became ,
the most desirable place In the whole Some time ago there was a notable MEMPHIS
world. easily just as strangers do on ship automobile ,
procession in the city of Buffalo -
Sharp 11 the board. But there's the call to lunch N. Y. It notable ST. LOUIS
at coach started from was for its size, and ,
the hotel. A crowd had collected to eon. I'm hungry"Hungry also for the fact that it was entirely com AND AU KANSAS CITY
witness its departure.. The millionaire ? Well there are momentswhen posed of automobile wagons (like that __ ,

1: whip climbed"to the box seat, one of hunger becomes something so in the cut above), built to distribute

1 the chaperons beside him. Woe to the real it might be photographed and 1 the advertising literature of the World's NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVIOE LIKE THIS:
really think all Dispensary Medical Association, propri
we possessed this
late comers! It they were not there on very etors and manufacturers of Dr. Pierce's

,a time, they would be left behind, for substantial the dainty table craving in as the we glass sat down inclosed to medicines.. In many a town and village THE NEW YORK AND

nothing can delay the start. It is one Dr. Pierce's automobile has been the

?J ,of the ethics of coaching to leave ou porch. Surely never before were pioneer horseless vehicle. These wagons,

ifi the moment and return to the starting clams on ice so tempting nor tisb so sent to every important section of the FLORIDA LIMITED

- l place with the same promptitude. The delicately browned nor steak and country, are doing more than merely

whip takes out a public license and mushrooms and sundry other'et> advertise Dr. Pierce's Remedies-they The Most.. Luxurious Train !in the World. Exclusive Puliman Equipment

I runs the coach on schedule time._ Ou tables so thoroughly desirable, nor are pioneers of progress, heralds of the (Daily Except Sunday.)

claret cup so inspiriting.And automobile age. Jacksonville to New York, only 28 hra. St. Augustine to New York fart.
the foot below only
rest his seat a small And this is in keeping with the record 29
then the home ALSO
going In the
mellow ]

clock is imbedded and beside this made
a by Dr. Pierce and his famous
j steel tablet bearing the names of the afternoon glory! All along theroads i I which. have always kept preparations in THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS

; various halting places and the time children attracted by the tootingof the front on their merits. Dr. Pierce's

each of these points should be {!ained. the horn raced through the dust Golden Medical Discovery is still the And THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL

; flinging up bunches of wild flowersand leading medicine for disorders and diseases .
Two minutes allowed for
are changing To the East and North.
: receiving a shower of pennies i in of the stomach and digestive and
at three places along the
I return. Very different did the park nutritive systems, for the purifying of
road, one minute at another place to the blood and of weak THE
look now from the comparative' soli 1 i, healing lungs. CHICAGO AND
stand up and take in the view etc., so I I Women place Dr. Pierce's Favorite
tude of ttie
that promptly on time the coach draws morning. It was crowdedwith Prescription in the front of all putupmedicines

up at its destination.It a cavalcade of beautiful eqm: i'I specially designed' for omen's FLORID

was with a gay tooting of the born pages, there was a continual flutter of use. The wide benefits this medicinehas SPECIAL

pressed to the lips of a liveried guard gorgeous hued silks, glancing parasols brought to women have been well (Daily except Sunday.)
and the jingle and glitter of si her summed up in the words n// makes weak
that Superb Solid
we tooled up Fifth avenue-there Pullman Train Through to Chicago Without Change.
harness. women strong and sick women well."
was triumph In the gay notes and the The Jacksonville to Chicago, only 31 hours. St. Augustine to
Down Fifth avenue again until we reputation of Dr. Pierce's Pleas Chicago, only 32 hour "
-early morning brightness past the ant Pellets as a safe and effective laxa
drove at the crowded doors of the A/sotho
clubs where late breakfasters peered tive for family use is international. AND FLORIDA LIMITED
hotel to the tune of "Will You
out at us, past silent churches past Buy a It may be asserted without fear of con TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST.
troops of nursemaids with their Broom-Buy a Broom? just as the t I i I tradiction that no other firm or company
hands of the big faced Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars
plate clockabove
1 wealthy little charges beside them t. engaged in the vending of put-up medicines Coaches, Perfect Car Service Through
the doors showed half on all Trains.
past 5. can rank with the World's
j past two and threes of business men Dispensary Through Trains via Southern Railway are Operated in
Connection with
Coaching teaches a whip to be> Medical Association, either in the the
4 on the their way down to Wall street t, Plant System from Jacksonville.
J methodical, and makes those who sit ,I opinion of the medical profession or of
.ar yet indulging in a constitutional part behind him understand just how the' the intelligent public. The Invalids'Hotel SIDE TRIP EXOURSION TICKETS to "THE LAND OF THE SKY"For
of the way: past the mansions of our and Surgical Institute, which is '
R town and country look to a low flying '
multimillionaires in and out the maze bird. KATE JORDAN connected witif the "World's Dispensary Rates, Schedules and Information, call on or address

;; of carriages and omnibuses threading! ," is alone sufficient to prove this A. G1RARDEAU, Traveling Passenger Agent. W. T. COSBY, Traveling Passenger Agent. .

--! their I way over the rocky pavement supremacy. Here is a great modern 108 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

that is one of the drawbacks of New You will\ waste time if you try to cure hospital, always filled with patients S. H. HARDW1CK General Passenger Aqent. W. H. TAYLOE, Ass't Gen. Psss. Agent, ,

i_> York streets until at last we reached indigestion or dyspepsia by starving your where every day successful operations __ _. u WASHIN___ TON.__u 0. C.___ ATLANTA.. GA. ", f
self. That only makes it worse when are performed on men and women whose -
.a the smooth macadam of Central park. you do eat heartily. You always need i diseases demand the aid of surgery. No Good, Pretty, New WALL PAPERS I Notice of Publication. {J
of the Ic. 3c. sr. Roll
The soft, padding movement in
hospital Buffalo is better
plenty of good food properly digested. equipped, Satisfaction In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit
guaranteed. Samples for of
wheels after the rumble of the cobblestones Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the result of with respect to its modern appliances, or I stamp.F. Florida, lie\ard County, A. D. 1901. }1

: was restful. We could bear years of scientific research for somethingthat the surgical ability of its staff. Dr. R. V. II. CU>Y (0._ PUOVIDENCK. it. I. Theda E. Hall \3 E;. Freeman Hall. ;
.1 each other speak. Now too green would digest not only some elementsof Pierce, the chief consulting physician of :.___ _'--":' this great institution, has associated with and filed in said cause and the affidavit
boughs brushed our cheeks and Imperiled food but every kind. And it is the
that will do it. Wilson & himself nearly a score of physicians, of the complainant's solicitor, that the
j the wings on the women's hats. one Son. remedy each man being a picked man, chosen FORTUNES defer+!aut, It. Freeman {Hall is a tuiu-resi- 1

Central park on foot or in a carriage for his ability in the treatment and cure deut of the Ute of Florida, and as far as :

1 Is pleasant enough, for It is one of the Hisben-Yes, I am always interested of some special form of disease. ASSUREDfor America known a non and resid that his nt
J loveliest spots that ever relieved the in perpetual motion ideas. I like 'em. The offer that Dr. Pierce makes to to this complainant and that the unknown de-- :'

dullness of a big city, but from the top Tatters Yer do? What fur? Hasten men and women suffering with chronic all by fendarn has Wen absent for more than sixty:

t of a coach it presented a vista of varied They never work.-Philadelphia Pres diseases of a free consultation by letter, The Plan of the lays last past, that he i i- over twenty-one

beauty to make one a devotee foi- is really without a parallel. It places PATUCA years of age, and that there i* no person
The editor of the Fordville Miscellaneous without cost or charge the entire resources -" within the state of Florida the s>er\iteofa '
lakes, -
Before us were dimpling .ubpoeua whom
ever. of medical upon would bind touch defendant ,
a institute
great at PLANTATION \
of writes as a postscript to a businets Now, ,
whiteness said R. '
" showing the contrasting you Freeman
; the service of the sick. Such an offer is
letter: "I was cured of kidney Hall be and appear before the judge of
swans upon the deep blue waters; the trouble by taking Foley's Kidney Cure., not for one moment to be confoundedwith COMPANY court on the 6th day of May, A. D. 1901.our to

r sweep of arching bridges, the roofs of Take nothing else. Wilson & Son. those offers of II free medical advice" Lands answer said bill of complaint, or decree
arbors covered with wistaria which are made by people who are not -I'atuca Valley, Honduras pro-confeSM; will be entered against you and

great above the Sir Edwin Arnold that he can do physicians, cannot and do not practice Honest Management; Liberal Terms, the complainant will be allowed to proceed
i vines, the fluttering of flags says with her said .
medicine, and are only saved from pro- Strictly Co-operative. ex-parte cau>eItisfrther
i marble buildings starting up at inter- his best work when there is plenty of ordered that this
secution by artfully wording their advertisements GRAND Combination of all known notice be
vals in the solitude of green, the glitterof noise in the room where he is writing. so that they give the impres- Colonization and Invest s:+'nt Plans.ttetter per published[ publish in THE in FLORIDA Brevard STAR, a newspa-
from the fashionable sion that without county, Florida,
silver harness they are physicians
Than Any Saving Hank. once a week for not less than
Dreadful Cold. days from
procession on wheels already beginning Caught a making the claim to be licensed. A home and wealth easily acquired. Sum the time of filing of this bill. l

-: glimpses of mysterious paths Marion Kooke, manager for T. M. Those who write to Dr. Pierce, chief mer the whole year. A healthy clinute. Witness the Honorable Minor S. Jones .,..

J Stretching into rich, cool shadows; the Thompson, a large importer of fine mil consulting physician to the Invalids' Fevers unk own. By the Ptituca Plantation judge of said court and the seal of said court ,
the linery, at 165S Milwaukee avenue, Chicago Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, Company plans you become a Anticipator in at the court house in Titusville. Florida, thU 'j
dashing figures of riders among says: "During the late severe N. Y., may do so with the assurance that the profits made from large plantations and 27th day of February, A. D. 1901. t

tree trunks, sometimes a staid city weather I caught a dreadful cold which they will receive not only the advice ofa other industrial enterprises, besides owningan A. A. STEWART, ':;'
for digestion's sake, improved individual plantation in size [L. S.] Clerk of the Circuit Court
.1 man trotting along kept me awake at night and made me competent physician, but the advice according

:, sometimes a "troop of damsels glad," unfit to attend my work during the day. of a physician whose wide experience THREE to CROPS your means.A YEAR. .....FOR..... -
'j with cheeks and lips that added a One of my milliners was taking Cham in the treatment and cure of disease, and MARKET ti
AT YOUR DOOR. A Shave and
touch of rose to the cool morning tints berlain's Cough Remedy for a severe cold whose sympathy with human suffering Free Deed. Free Life Insurance. Absolutely a Hair Cot I
,: at that time, which seemed to relieve her leads him to take a deep, personal interest No mek. ,
of the scene. that I bought some for in all those who seek his help and ....GO TO....
Then the boulevards, wide so quickly myself The standing of the Directors of the Patuca
came that of his associate staff of
and I specialists.
like began
It acted magic to
{, enough for 40 coaches to pass easily, improve at once. I am now entirely well Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser (in papers Plantation Mercantile Company Agency is and vouched the best for banks by any of Carruthers'.Barber

flanked by great apartment houses on and feel 1 very pleased to acknowledge it covers), containing 1008 large pages, is Cleveland,Ohio Shop '

ry. each side, lined with trees and fragrant merits." For sale by Wilson & Son. sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent Write for information to None but experienced work-1 ,

': with a promise of the country stamps, or 31 cents for the cloth-bound THE PATUCA PLANTATION COMPANY, men employed, and perfect TITCSYILLE

,i not so very far away. And here aftera Pyny-Balaam Relieves Right Away volume, to pay expense of mailing only 408-9 Betz Building, .satisfaction guaranteed..._... | nprm-

.i six mile ride, came tw first relay of and makes a speedy end of coughs and colds. Address Dr.. R, V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. PHILADELPHIA, PA. I I J.. L.CABEUTHEES, Proprietor.

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S ; ;[: -: Hm PRIDENTDIAHIT policy? "',*:installhirnin: :;; 'office. .;..' .and- ,deVote W. V. B.':Conklin, .Bowersville' 0.; Bays: fr 11'I
n? the iemaining'yeari*of his life-to "the "I received :more benefit from Foley'sKidney
Care than from months of treat-
{ >: '.'.; Initiation of a new president to whom. "
Wilson& Son. physicians.
:. 1 To One In. Sight Capable of Carrying on the people would soon become accustomed '

:i ,.., -' .. ., Hlg Progressive Policy. and, under whose sway all
... "':' } ; Life lies behind us as the quarry from ,
rt,:::" .: ;;:.;: :" ..Special correspondence of.The Florida Star.I' thoughts disturbance from political whence we get title and copestones for r .t Y i

: "'" jOrrrpr MEXICO, ,April '.When-- In causes would:subside. Among the members the masonry of today.. -Emerson.
of President Diaz's. cabinet it Is ....
." .tis contemplated trip,across ,the Amer believed that this will be the-
,' lean Running sores, ulcers, boils, pimples,
continent .President McKinley
course pursued by their chief. etc.,'quickly cured by Banner Salve, the
,;.Z reaches El Paso! Tex.., he wilijt! ,is unj, .There is some reason to believe that most healing salve in the world. A sure
I .:- --derstood receive the cordial greeting General Reyes, 'minister bf war; is the cure for piles. Wilson Son.

i;.:: S of President Diaz of-Mexico, and there choice of President Diaz as the tatter's I .

..'fS Trill. 'be presented the rather: picturesque successor., Though a soldier of recognized There is such 'a Variety of climate in The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beenin

:- and impressive spectacle of the ability, his qualities as a states Costa Rica that by going a few miles use for over 30 years, has borne the signature" of .

Chief executives oMwo'great'republl s man .are not distinctively apparent. north or south of a given point any kind and has been made under his'personal -

shaking hands* across the border line The president and his minister of war of climate may be enjoyed. n supervision since its infancy.

which them. are very intimate personally, and the f in this.
:- separates # Allow no one to deceive you
There. has been much said of late in assertion has been made upon very Best Way to Cure Backache. Just-as-good" are but
President Diaz All Counterfeits, Imitations and
the newspapers of the States concerning good authority that Backaches are caused by disorder in the health of
made the remark 10. or 12 years ago. Experiments that trifle with and endanger
the health of President. Diaz and the: the kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure will
:: Impression bas been* conveyed that he that .he intended to make General make the kidneys right. Take no sub- Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. .

S is in an extremely critical condition. Reyes the next president of Mexico. He stitute. Wilson & Son.

There has been ,little or no truth _in made him governor of the stete of CASTORIA E
. # these reports. President Diaz is in good Nueva Leon and then brought him to Blind Bill (who'has just received a What is ,

health and. considering ,his advanced the City of Mexico, where he placed jopper)-"Thankee, sir; thankee. I noo l
years Is remarkably vigorous both in him in a most important position in the as you wouldn't fergit the poorblindman Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric ;

body and mind. He'is now over 70 years cabinet circle. There Is apprehension, d'rectly I see yer come round the Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It 1

t of age, and though young in spirit he begins ,however in some quarters that he jorner."-Tit-Bits. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic I
show the of While would not be able to ,maintain such a It destroys Worms 5
; to weight years. substance. Its age is its guarantee. i
he may possibly round out a full four strong and progressive administrationas "Stick to It." and allays Feverislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind !

fe score It would not surprising that under Diaz which during the Geo. L. Heard of Tower Ga.
years High Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand I
If his career should be ended at anytime last quarter of a century has marked writes: "Eczema broke out on my baby,
and there is not a little specula- the almost marvelous development of covering the entire body. Under treat- Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates

G don and some apprehepsion as, to what the republic of Mexico., ment of our family physician he got Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. It

Lr' would become of Mexico in that unhappy HATS DCBOIS. worse,'as he could not sleep for the burning The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
and itching. We used a box of 'Ban-
and dreaded event. So closely
; ner Salve' on him and by the time it was
The Best for Kheumatism.
President Diaz been identified with Remedy '
a gone he was well. The doctor seeing it I
the and prosperity of the re-
progress was curing him said, 'Stick to it, for it is
public for the last quarter of a century All who use Chamberlair.'s Pain Balm doing: him more good than anything I Bears the Signature of .
that it would seem almost impossible for rheuinatitin are delighted with the have done for him.' Wilson & Son.
quirk relief from pain which it affords.
,; for Mexico to get along without him
When speaking of this Mr D. N. Sinks
..; The inquiry; After Diaz, what? i is Of His Abundance.-"Your neighbor
of Ohio "Some time
Troy, says: ago I
: therefore pertinent. Every intelligent had a severe attack of rheumatism in has just given me an old coat," said the
-: Mexican who desires a stable govern my arm and shoulder. I tried numerous tramp "Can you give something?" t

ment and the continuance of the present .remedies but Jot no relief until I was "Yes," replied the clergyman. "I will I

.i prosperity of his country would be. recommenced by Messrs. Geo. Parsons go through the collection box and find

t glad to see the present administration &. G,., druggists, of this place, to try some buttons to match the coat.-Phil-
continue indefinitely. But this of Chauiber'ain's Pain Balm. They recom- adelphia Record. The Kind You Have Always Bought !

course is impossible The end of the mended highly that I bought a bot-
tle. I relieved of all I
was soon pain.
Diaz rule must come within 8'E'ry Deafness Cannot be Cared I
have since recommended this linimentto In Use For Over 30 Years. !

many.of. my friends, who agree with by local applications, as they cannot reach I I
the diseased of the There is THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY.
that it is the best for portion ear. only
sion a revolution it would more than me rheumatism in the remedy market." For muscular sale one way torture deafness and that is by constitutional ,:.. __ :___ ".- _:_: 'u '_': __::: _.-_ '._< --: ::"_ .-: ?,, -::

likely cause much political unrest and by Wilson & Son. remedies Deafness is caused by
.. inflamed condition of the
an mucous lining of
: turbulence aud to a greater or less extent
the eustachian tube. Whenjhis tube gets inflamed -
Belgium holds the world's records in
weaken the present stable and
you have a rumbling sound or imper-
progressive government at home aud I canals, having 535 miles, wh ch carry fect hearing, and when it is entirely clo.-ed .A Otia, Fide S alary

-abroad. The foreigners who have 8,000,000 tons a year. deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation
be taken out and this tube restored
can $12 Vee1 .1y.
found their homes and opportunities .
to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed -
In Mexico and the investors in Mexican forever; nine cases out of ten are Men and women to appoint agents and represent ns, some to 2f
enterprises! would especially deprecate OeJntagiousBlood caused by catarrh, which is notbing but an travel, others for local work. $12 weekly salary and expenses. S

;: a change of administration or inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.We Old established house, pleasant, permanent positions, rapid .
will give One Hundred Dollars for any advancement and increase of wages. Write at once.
at least any change which would In- Polson
case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can-
terfere with the progressive but safe not be cured by.Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for Address BUTLER & ALCER,

#: and conservative policy of Diaz. Behind There is no poison so highly contagious, circulars free.F. Dept. E. NEW HAVES, COXK.

L, nearly all of Mexico's enterprisesher so deceptive and so destructive. Don't be .J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. ----.
I P Sold by druggists, 75c.
too cured because all external
railroads mining, manufacturing ; sure you are Hall's Family Pills are the best.
5 5 and commercial Interests-there is foreign : signs of the disease have disappeared, and ca THAT is :
' t capital mainly American and the the doctor says you are well. Many persons i.
haVe been dosed with and
'' investors have an especial interest in : Mercury
Potash for months and CASTORiAFor Our
; or years, pronounced Specialty
the maintenance of stable
cure-1 .
-to realize when too late ..
ment and fear the results of a change.It .
that the disease was only covered up- Infants and Children. -
is fully recognized however that no S G. M. DAVIS & SON."j
matter bow much it is to be dreaded or Like Begeti Like. surfs.etobrak she Kind Yen Have Always BoughtBears ,tiuas .l

the discussion thereof evaded at present -I out again, and to their sorrow and mortifi- t PALATKA, FLA, ;

the question of the succession is a cation find those nearest and dearest to theSignature ......# -
them have been infected this loath kK -
d matter of immediate concern. by of 7 Write for delivered prices.Steamship j
some disease for no other poison is so
The situation in' Mexico Is somewhat ,>"
surely transmitted from parent to childas ....
peculiar. Since General Diaz was chosen ,.
this Often bad of
a case Rheumatism,
r president in 1877 he has been practically Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease, H. A. HODGES,

the government of Mexico an old sore or ulcer developing in middle
Ocean Co1
,r a though acting strictly within the limitations life, can be traced to blood poison contracted Satsuma flights, Fla. <

of the constitution. This was The Sa of the Pas'enta
in early Dealer in and :Manufacturers of
not because be assumed in any sense to
life for it remains in the
smoldering system
be a dictator or exercised any dictatorial forever, unless properly treated aiii YELLOW PINE SA V ANN AEJ: : LJ:1\TE. :
but because of his
driven out in the beginning. S. S. S. is AND CYPRESS LUMBER Fast Freight :
commanding personality and recogniz the only antidote for this peculiar virus, and Luxurious :
a ed ability. The people had faith in- the only remedy known that can over- Passenger Route r:

him, In bis patriotism and bis desire come it and drive it out of the blood, andit Fruit and Vegetable Crates
and ability to give his country the best does this so thoroughly and effectually TO NEW YORK BOSTON AND THE EAST.'I

possible political and material condi- that there is never a return of the diseaseto ,
t embarrass or humiliate afterwards. Estimates furnished for complete bills of
tions. He is you
soldier and
a a
to be delivered at th
any point on
statesman, qualities which are especially cures Contagious Blood East Coast.FerrY's.
required in a government made Poison in any and all .
S S S contains
stages; no
up of elements such as those. comprising mineral to break down I':-, S., ,j

T+ the republic of Mexico. He stands your constitution; it is I -,.. -" = .I

forth from the group of those who purely vegetable and the only blood purifier Jfifr-iit,.' 2 ,I ,..,..........".,*...-'. ,..-", """""' -- b.v. =. --.,:- ,i
jl have led Spanish-Americans known that cleanses the blood and : --' ." -' ,,, .. .
as a giant ? j \. :: ":;: -. / 42.I ,1 ,, --
1! among pygmies. He is one of the people at the same time builds up the general SEEDS -"r'-"rJj" ,1. "'..- "./- -' '. 'I, ....."-<"-,,-"""""'",-- -=-
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statecraft There is no one in Mexico about this disease. but also how to cure the most reliable Seeds that .,,,,, -"r:;;1l;:,.., ,\t ;: ..;:, : /'"-' '
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statesmanly qualities. Herein lie the in the hands of everyone seeking a nickel dollar on on the cheap harvest seeds and lose a -,: : :"' 4'J:".''r&p-; ....., .-...-":-'.-.,. .L--y---->----=:- _-_- -"
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!, ', his successor. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GJLA.R. D. M. FERRY & CO.. .

f;' The leaders of the Mexican peopleare Detroit Mich. BY LAND AND SEA.

ambitious volcanic in temperament Short Rail Ride to Savannah, .-

:! and have not entirely forgotten tbeI' IIAWKES I thence Steamships.via Palatial. .Express, I 'I 1
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: changes may take place at the bead of } i&RPERKENTUCKY W.II.. TIT E i SA X*TS, Trathc: Manager. General WALTER Agent Traffic HAWKINS Department, a

) the government but incapable, through New PIer 35, North River.. New \ork 234 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. :i''

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in over 8,000 Cities and Towns in .
Mexico when the strong and command- Titusville,Florida.Foley's .:

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? .4 THE FLORIDA ,STAR': FRIDAY.. APRIL 12, '1901.B "- -

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55 '1ii

Y 'THE ELOUroA STAB ,The, Bankruptcy' .. .. Law, Senator Carsqn on ,Education. L ---- -----1----- - .}:

The :real mfed and intent of the Senator Carson, chairman of the committee ,
Entered at the postoffice at Titusville as on education in the senate, has f I.S
;'y : lecond-elass mail matter. present ,national bankruptcy '
given a great deal of attention to education S uAKIN&j
is not in the discharge insolvent
:JSlllt B.ITacCT, Editor&nd PubUiher.d In its various phases. Himself a

debtors: but for the protection of college man, he has, viewed the matter RfrId POWDER :=

I PUBLISHED; ; .EvE r FRIDAY MORNING. honest business men, creditors or from every standpoint; from that -of.a -p It.

'8UBSCKIPTION.. PER ANNUM; debtors, the establishment of 'a teacher, chairman of board,of public in- I5QLVTEL vi ,. ''' ";

; 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS.tdvertliing system of generaland ,uniform application struction and county school superintendent -

f which would secure sound as well as- from the standpoint of Makes the food more delicious and wholesome 5 _
Kate* Furnished on patron and taxpayer. Therefore his in- -
*OvA&IlAtmtC POW U eo..119 Y0L
Application. credit and fair and honorable m.
: promote terests lie ,largely .in that direction. He -- ------ ------ '

,:, It must be clearly*-understood that neither business. Many have thought belieyes in a liberal support of schools, ,

)_.:i THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for that the law as it was finally"shaped and in their highest possible develop ----: 1;;;

::3 L: .opinions expressed by eorrespon<\ent8. contributed, to this end, and_ that ment. .* -NOTICE: W. P. Underwood KlLBreese -'',,,.

. .. Subscribers will confer a favor on THE when :in actual operation ? When asked what legislation is likelyto Notice -is hereby- given that the petition I J.C.S.B. Magruder F. H. Warner :
. STAB if they will notify as of any failure. to any- be had affecting schools, he replied published below will be presented to the E. L.Coats Peter Wright ::: >0
: receive their paper. needed amendment could be se-i Board of Public Instruction of Brevard county Geiger James L. Wilson
that in advance of Sheat's : j.
Supt. .
reportit c. E.Cook
: Geo. Gingras
session of the board to be 'heldat _-o-_
cured at a special
the direction the ,
in purposes is" to what his Hammond E. C. Johnson _
impossible recom-
: say Titasville on the 11th day of Hay, A. D.
TUE of this should
people .
i ', A. S. Cleveland B. F.
intended and defined. mendations will be, but he feels sure 1901. Hardesty

;: J. "\" take a deep and lively interest in An article in the current number that the legislature will give them careful To the Board of Public Instruction of B/e- Ja&A.Groves G. B. Hall B James A. Hardee Morrow 1"--

the'proposed state fair of next fall. S and interested consideration.The vard County: S
Hitching Alex Sloan .
of the North: American Review, The undersigned qualified electors that paya _
: : The opportunity, now presents itself by Mr. W. H. Hotchkiss recitingthe matter of uniformity of schoolbooks tax on real or personal property, and are E. B. Spratt M. E. Hall .. _
to make this in will undoubtedly demand consid- residents in the sub-division of Brevard GA. Braddock W. A. Lowder- ,:,
an exposition S
: of the law since its Ivey Lawson R. G. Hardee .'
operations eration. When 'asked if he had given county below described; petition your honor- -
every way worthy of this commonwealth ; able b.dy to order an election to be held in Alex. Dyal Wm. Hindle l.i
the above
f sustains
lly that matter the C. .1. Schoonmaker
I passage, any thought, senator replied the territory herein described, to determine E. N.Andrews. '
Most the
of ,-
ours. counties expression. Mr. Hotchkiss is a that he had, adding that while he. whether such sub-division of the county shall Joseph Dossey Yarey Lundy ':
'. have taken up the preliminary referee in bankruptcy, the chairS ;.did not believe state uniformity the best become a special tax school district for the Joseph Edward Brown Arnold James C. B. Jones Tarrel '-.

work; some of them have appoint- man of the executive committee of solution of the question, he was not at school purpose tax of, levying for the and exclusive collecting use of a district public P. B. Beasley Berrel McDanlel ::-J.--s:

ed committees to work for the suc- the National Association of Referees all pleased at the methods used by the free schools within the said district, and to A. M. Sliddleton Arnold Allen & '-:
" of the aflair and to secure publishing houses to influence legislationon elect three persons to be school trustees&fS j Lifus Clayton J. E. Rainey t
& cess
E. T. Smith
and the author of valuable Lars '
the subject and felt somewhat said district, and to authorize the'sum vf Jorgensen
: exhibits; the boards of county the of the law. suspIcious three mills maximum tax, to he levied upon Chriatoffer Christensen Dan Sloan .'...
report on workings of them in view of their E. Arnold
great the property within said district for the next F. }!. Forest :;
commissioners in counties
.. ,many I His article is an interesting one, activity. I two years after the forming of said specialtax W. P. Arnold E. A. Conkling ,_;

; '. have taken this matter up, and itS and we heartily recommend it to "What is the solution of the school : district, ,for the exclusive usa of public S.P.Jones A. McMillan T. A. Campbell _,;

.. .t is quite, likely that some of book question, senator?" free schools therein. G. S. Hardee ,, _
the perusal of businessmen es- The boundaries of the proposed special tax Geo. N. Hatch A. L. Hatch ', ,:
,;. counties will have exhibition He replied: "I have decided views on school district to be as follows, subject to : J. J. White Tom F. Bell S <

f. buildings of their own. -pecially. that question. In my opinion county amendment by the Board of Public* Instruc- A. S. Dixon N. M. Fish ..:",.
There is.a certain amount of agitation uniformity and county free books will tion before ordering the election as is permitted Frank Lipp Albert A. Taylor .
E. B. Holmes
--- "" law M. }I. '
favoring the repeal of this satisfactorily settle that by : Ramsey ::'
THIS state will have three members question. All that part of Brevard county lying M. M. McLeod Samuel Childg _,
Ii?: law, but Mr. Hotchkiss thinks it "On what do you base that' opinion, north of a.line running west from north .line Fred Fisher E. W. Dunn

,, E in the lower house of congress comes from those classes who have senator?" or W. Dixon's grove to bt. .iuuu' river, -- -S --.ij-

J t: under the new apportionment act. "I base it on personal observation of and from same north line to Indian river, OTICE. '.
had special under the in
advantages thence southeasterly said river to the -\
E.:', Just how to provide for the election old insolvency laws of the states. the working of the system for five or six south boundary of township 24, thence eastto Notice hereby given that the petition

'>,' : ofthese is a question for the present years in this state." Atlantic ocean. published below will be presented to the __,,-
The opposition to the law on the "Are books Board of Public Instruction Brevard coun- :
now free in Tom Johnson E. W. Hall
t: legislature to'decide. Two methods any portionof ty at a special session of the board >'
,' grouna that it is hard on the debtor the state?" S. G. Vanlandingham L. A. Brady at Titusville on the 11th to be held > -
-- are open consideration. : One, "Yes in few E. 1.. Brady H. J. Egger day of ray, A. D. ; ."
class has a counties
pretty generally disap- among 1901.The
W. N.
Hendry Julius Kline .
to let the first and second districts undersigned
being; Hernando and observations qualified electors that - pay
peared. Under the new Jaw it is D. B. Pritchard E. R. Pyles tax
a on real or
i: ,: remain as they are now and elect were made in Osceola county. W. E. Goldsmith F. S. ChaffVe residents in the personal property and are __, -
found that credit sub-division
is easier obtainedand of Brevard ,
1.. R. Decker' .
In that E. E. Minis, Jr.
: \ the third congressman at l&rgthe county, books are entirely free county below described. petition your honorable -
J. G. Bast
S. Carroll
secured better .
{ : other place is to redistrict the state. can on up to the high school department. The J. B. Screven G. F. Duren the body to order an election to be held in .
; than before. The creditor is no cost to the board is territory herein described to determine
very small-scarcely A. A". Stewart W. S. Norwood ,_
be whether
The last method
: seems to us to such sub-division S
: the :
longer required to insure himself 3 per cent. of the school fund each year. Ellis B. Wager T. T. WettnoreN. become a special tax school district county shall ,:
the Three bills have G. Tuten N. King the .
proper way. against attendant risks in the col- Before this system was in vogue the pupils John Eberwein J. W. Griffis purpose of levying and collecting a district

i y. already been prepared for redistrict- lection of debts under the state lost a large percentage of possible M. Griffis O. A. StewartJ. school free schools tax tor the exclusivp use of public C -
- : Of these the Broward advancement within the said district, and to '
: Z. '
ing. plant (sometimes as high as 25 Kyzer Joseph Warren elect three :
laws. persons to be school
seems the most equitable and fairS per cent.) from a lack of books, either J. W. Montgomery O. C. Hansell said district, and to authorize the trustees sum of of ::--, ,
The law should be for R M. Singleton J. Boyed three 1,
perfected mills ,
through carelessness maximum "'
tax ro levied
to all parts of the state. or poverty of their John Coward Jno. H. Sams t' upon
the solid service it can do in mak parents. Besides the taxpayers must 31. S. Sams Daniel J. LaKoche the two property within said district tor the next .
years after the
rational credit pay for these books either F. W. LaKoche B. B. LaRoche forming of sid special
ing a system, in directly or tax district for the exclusive of
use publie -
. Special Tax School Districts. R. J. LaRoche G. B.Gardner .
through the medium of taxation. free schools thereinThe _
raising the business standards of By J. D. Ennis T A. Johnson "':'

? The petitions published in another honor, and in rendering easier and the latter method, the books being used ; W. N. Chaudoin Andrew Fruscher school boundaries district: to be the as proposed follows,special tar "
subject to
S # year after the is i L. A. Coleman J. Mendel
year, cost reduced
column on this in favor by 50 amendment by the Board of
page safer the of business of all Public Instruc- ." '
pursuit R. W. "
to 75 per cent. of what it Rhodes J. P. Sawtelle tion before -: ,
.., of tax school districts other- F. A. A. oriitr'ug the election, as U permitted .:; '
.; creating special kinds in all parts of the country. wise be." Losley HidleyGey. by law: S_
H. T. Titus M.
certainly make a very complimentary .. .........-"" "What effect would this\ have on children B. E. Wilson M.KobbinsWEI. Brown of All that part of Brevard county lying south '. ,
r- showing for the meas-S moving from C. S. Schuyler J. Marion Dixon a line beginning at the uw corner: of south ,.
High Penalty.House one county to an- half of township 31 south 35 and ;.
range east
J. P. Wilson C. D. Flood ._
1:;; ure in the First and Second districts I other? -- -. rminmg: .e-ist to Indian river. thence southeasterly -. .
G. Griffis J T. Davis
I each having more than the bill No. 31, by :Mr. Harvell, to "That is another good feature of the, Chas. L. Nichols Chas. Alexander 31 in river to south boundary of township ; : '
: regulate carrying concealed 39, thence
weapons, was east to Atlantic t
--"> proposition. There would be Albert Faber Win. E. Faber I
no .
requisite number: of petitioners to reported adversely this week by the for books by reason of exp-nse S Fred H. Black J. P. Brown ocean.M. .._ .;
removal. I
'S secure the call for an election. In judiciary committee, but the committee doubt that Jalma Laphani John K. Field B. Daniels P. Nelson :'__-
once adopted, free books Charles Gibbon J E Leatherman
J. Field
S. Geo. J. Mercier :
has offered ?
the Third the number of two amendments which wereaecepttil W. ;
petitioners would be a permanent and externally Geo. E. Chester W. H. l'rt'.on L. Keefer Geo. Sears >..

I: is not sullicient to include ihe by Mr. Harvell. The bill as satisfactory feature of our system." Win. H. Sharpe B. F. Real G. C.W. Kiug J S. Bril ':A
amended provides that the punishment J. J. Joyner E. E. Swinsoii Dittmar T. J. O'Brien
I entire of that district but J. T. pviIle ."i-:
area we F. C. Stetson
for S. HeHdry A. J. CarterF. '''
carrying concealed' shall l he :: '
:; are infurmed that the board of not less than $200( weapons than The biggest! land bargain in the pineapple H. Boye A. M. \\ iugate \. B. Lo-vry W. H. Harris ::
nor more $500 A.A.Ford
S or belt; forty acres partially improved. Andrew Ellengwood E. Edtuiusou J. F. Bell ',
public instruction, in ordering an confinement in the state prison for notes For particulars and prices address Lock R. S. Smith Chas. H. WaltonM. C. P. Platts W. J. Boss _

:-. election, may exercise the .right of 1 than six months or more than one box B Titusville. F. Goldsmith M. Goldsmith W.S. L.T.Brown H. B. Summerlin '
J. P. Goldsmith: P. E. Puckett Hayes A. Y. W. Hogg
Mr. Clark
I& : reducing the territory so as to embrace year. thought the minimum S. X. Gladwin W. F. futch Clarence uI merlin E. C Summerlin

only such portion as penalty should he eliminated and left to GEO1W lANA. John Myers S. J. Norton J.S. Keen A. M. Sample ,
may the discretion of the court. :Mr Rivers On II. Holt n Sam FutchF. Lewis Harris E. C. Walker S "
'tt have petitioned for it. For instance of Alachua, said, unfortunately, his coun, Monday, the 8th inst., an Easter A. Morgan Henry Walton W. W. Layport W. H. Wigfield __-
i- if the petitions have egg/ hunt occurred among the children of Minor S. Jones A. D. Penney S. T. Hughts Andrew Christiansen
; come ty was much interested in
D. E.
: question Georgiana. An interesting and pleasant John E. Walker D. D. Gaulden Austin lads Sogaard
from the northern of the district and he was _
opposed tor. Clark's
part i time, indeed, for the little ones, which Jas. Pritchard E. W. Joyner "

and are sufficient to include suggestion. He wanted a minimum penalty will be long remembered. In the evening 'fax Assessor's Notice.I .

Fort Pierce and all sections north and he did not think that the penalty i of the same day followed an icecream 'OTICE. will be at the following places at the

of could be ma le too high, as there was and cake sociable in Noti e is hereby given that the petitiorpubhlied dates named for the
1:..: that Uhvn, that portion south absolute the interest of our purpose of assessing
no necessity for below will be presented to the
carrying for
concealed taxes the
.5 be stricken and in public school, continued by private enterprise of year 1901:
may out that Mr. Board Public Instruction of Brevard
weapons. Raney also advocated under Miss Hattie at a special session of the Eau Gallic______
Thayer couuty board Saturday
as ---
the lower to be -------- ,April 6-
would I hih
: case part only get a minimum penalty, and tea cher. Take the afternoon and held at Titusville on the 11th day of May,, Banyan--------------_-____-Tuesday, 9
its share of the general school spoke in favor of it. The amendment to evening A. D. 1901. Georgiana__________. _-__Wednesday, 10
I fund make an alternativt penalty was together, the occasion brought together To the Board of Public Instruction of Bre. City Pointh_______-____Thursday 11
: while all north would not S adopted, over eighty perrons in all, vard Merritt_ "
; county: ---------
and the bill -------------Friday, 12
only get its share of the general as amended, was ordered and old, and the exercises of the evening; The undersigned qualified electors that pay Titusville_______________----Monday, 15

engrossed. _ were varied of a tax on real or personal property.. and are LaGrange________-___------Tut"sday. 16-
school fund but all of the special consisting many pleasantries residents in the sub-division of Brevard i Haulover_-______________Wednesday, 17

; tax raised in the newly created LOTUS. and other entertaining features, county below described petition your honor Canaveral-_____ ------------Tuesday, 23-
special tax district.i Brills will soon bt going forward, but which held the company together until able body to order an election to be held in Blanks will be left at all the postoffices t

c the rrop will be short if we do not have a rather late hour at night. Mrs. Simmons the territory herein described to determine mentioned above for the

! t In regard to a special tax levy some rain soon. and Mrs. Al. Carter treated: the become whether such sub-division of the county shall 1 ing returns. J. F.purpose WOOTEX of mak

j. in school districts in this county it Dr. Caproi: is having his irrove put in children to icecream and cake. The receipts purpose a of special levying tax and school collecting district a for district the _ Assessor.,

I is very esential that the people fine j-hape} and cutting a ditch between of the evening amounted to about; school tax. for the exclusive use of public
S the $17. Visitors were here from I free schools within the said district and to Blown to Atoms.
; should clearly understand how the grove and margin to keep out the oak >onaven elect three
ture Lotus and persons to be school trustees of The old! idea that
This the
roots. enter- body rometime3'
i- 8pt-<.it1 funds shall be expended. said district, and to authorize the sum of
Mr. D. L. Hancock has sold his fast tainment was held under the auspices ofMr. [ three mills. maximum tax, to be levied upon needs a powerful, drastic, purgative pill
_. Ni-ne of this special fund can be launch to Mr. 11. B. Stewart of and Mrs. F. W. Munson, at their: the; property within said district for the next has been exploded; for Dr. Kin 's New

applied on past indebtedness; it ley. Now that Brant- hoiie. They mm to know, and havea two; ytais after the forming of said special I Life 1'ills, which are perfectly harmless,
our neighbor has such tax (district for the gently stimulate
t an exclusive use of public I \ r and bowels to
for exprl
must he used solely for maintaining capacity adaptation to make
easy way of getting around we hope tosee an I free schools therein. poisonous matter cltan.-e the
1, the school terms in the district him often. occasion of this kind always a success: and E Eprofltalle. The boundaries of the proposed special tax I and ab-ohiU-Iy cure constipation and system sick

is If Mr. C. D.I It should be added: also, that school district to be as follows subject to htadache. Only 2oe. at Wilton "
whore it levied. the board of L Provost was: up from Fort Easter amendment by the Board of Public Instruction & Sons'
exercises at the church and J. 1 .
: public instruction decides on wiping Pierce last week. While here he boughtout bath, 7th inst., were on Sab before ordering the election, as is permitted -- > .Scievtn'drua j-tore. 1
very entertaining. by law -
: : nut the school fund indebtedness the stock of goods belonging to the Balsams from
All that part of Brevard county that i I the Northern Wood
firm of J. M. Ennis *
so we have only one BANYAN. bounded on the north by line are ia Pyuy-Balsaai,the certain for
S. it can be done only by shortening a running west cure cougha.WANTED. .
store in town now: f:-om north line of W. F. Dixon's I

the school term throughout Mr. an.lIrs.. Field and T. G. Ronald -J. D. Sams i in Banyan for a day or Johu's river, awl from same line grove running to St.:; i .-Capable, reliable person in

the cnuntnfficient1\" to create a went to Georgiana Monday two. east to Indian river thence southeasterly iu I every o>nnty to represent large company of
night to at I
said river to the south solid financial
boundary of reputation
:< sinking fund to apply on the tend a school entertainment given at the The bean crop is suffering from want t; ,21, tLeueeeast to Atlantic ocean;and township boundedon I I year payable weekly; $3 per; $day 936 salary absolutely per

:;r standing indebtedness. In order house of Mr. F. \V. Munson. They report of lain. the south by a line beginningatnorthwe t sure and all expenses; stiaight. bona.fide,.

, a most enjoyable time. An hunt for corner of south half of township 31, south;, I I definite salary, no commission; salary paidI
to reach this it will probably be egg the children was held range 35, east running east to Indian river each Saturday and expense money advanced
Monday evening. thence southeasterly in river ; 1.I each week. ST ,
necessary. to reduce the schoolS to the south NDARD HOUSE, 334 Dear
Weekly Weather Report. boundary of township 31, range 39, thence born street, Chicago.
term to four months another year. V.8. DEPARTMENT Messrs. Stewart, Ensey and McMillan east to Atlantic ocean. '
,. Then here will come in the special BUREAU. are shipping considerable beans. Jas. H. White J. W. Bruner PROPERTY loft SALE.

;; levy in school tax districts which Comparative statement of temperature S C. L. Stewart is preparing to set i out( H. K. Hughes .... V. Hiscock The following i is> offered for pale by the-

and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday :too ,choice budded trees his T H. Chambers E. Vcsey Hall OWl er at very low prices, if taken at
t : are now being created. The trus- April 9, 1901. place here. orange on A. B. Carter E. C. Wethy once: _

tees in those districts can extend 1901 1900 Lewis Wagner F. W. Munson One four-year-old mare, broken to har

the term another four months by Apr.DATE.3 VAX.78 MIN.64 MAX.75 MIN.57 G. E. Muriel's grove has been put in J.James'ruttle P. Co per O.E. V.E. Pagel Mims ness and !-saddle $75; one pair of inulefr

-1 such special levy thus giving them .". 4. 75 52 78 60 good shape recently by being fertilized, S. F. Travis W. L. Hughlett and wagon, $225; one pair of heavy

5. 76 5d 71 64 hoed, etc.Henry. S. S. Jones John K. G.ire mules and wagon, $250; one mule, $75",
an eight months' term of school, 6. 81 64 71 54 W. G. Paterson E. P. Porcher I guaranteed for all work and gentle 300-(

and at the same time such districts "" 7. 78 56 77 55 Casper is in Banyan putting up L. T. Daniel R. F. Jones I I I head of hogs, in good order, $400;; 1(>
8. 77 58 80 55 a dwelling house for W. J. Ragan. lie A. W. Hardee A. Z. Dixon swarms bees, $25.
will also be paying their share 9. 75 59 82 64 will also erect a dining room and kitchen R. W. Uardee J. P Setze Also the following real

P toward reducing the indebtedness. i Total rainfall for the week. .0 inch. for C. L. Stewart. S. A. Osteen J. A. Booth and lot located near Titusville estate: House
Departure from the normal rainfall for the E. B. Stewart Alex. B Hodgson I ten acres,
-The new law is a good one, and week minus .49 inch. The school house was nicely decorated W. C. Kitchell John Houston I.. $1,500; twenty acres pine land, part orange -
Departure from normal rainfall C J. Young John E. : grove, fifty bearing trees $300 for-
should have been taken advantageof since Jan. Easter with floral designs and M. Hodgson I ;
insrription R. W. ty of
1,1901, plus 3.78 inches. Goode Chas. T. McBride acres hammock and -
: i two years ago-the time when it I' HAL P. HAKDIN, appropriate to the occasion by Mrs.J Lawrence C. Mrx>re Allen E. Campbell same, $800; house and orange lot in North groveon

was passed. Observer Weather Bureau. A. B. and the Misses Gertrude, Annieand J. B. C'hamberlia F. A. Strahan Minmi, $500.
: Jupiter, Fla., April 0.1901. Helen Stewart. j B. J. Minis S.C.T. Warren For further particulars
F. L. Whitlock A. S. Wilson inquire at or address -
S X, care STAB office Titusville, Fla..

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: pmmSOF l WnNSPARISH lmSl part of-the city; there are- many desirable'btiil4ing w- ,' :'

,, sites ;upon" the high ridge 'Spring MedicineThere's Jas. Pritchard & ,Son .
which. fans north and south for many .i,. ill
nJtf\ Su.ea Ccrrt: 'I'1xea"Bll1 as to Titles miles,.and miles of beautiful hardwood ; no"season :when good .

ot ., Lands. '" forests,. with a_fine ocean beach ,easily '
-,These ,. medicine is so much needed in Headquarters .., .
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9 accessible. .
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The ::opinion of thex supreme coifrtof ,The 'unsettled condition of:the title to Spring, and tllsrj's' no medicine -
the'United States in the case of Farman these lands has materially' retardedtheir* which does .
; so much good in Spring
against the trustees of the internal '
improvement development and hindered St?
Augustine HARDWARE
4' fund has been as Hood's Sarsaparilla.Do :
printed, and as from ,its natural advancement which .
the questions 'determined by the court may now be looked for. Except such not delay taking it.. .., .

are.of:interest to lawyers a&d ,owners of, part of the island as has been reserved ,Don't put it off till your haaUh : ,..
lands under title
a briefresume of emanating the facts from. Spain, t? > -overnment. for military and tight- tone gets too' low to be lifted. ...Tinware, Crockery... -
determined is nouse purposes and heretofore entered, :!-

given:' the entire island is, by the court's decree, Hood's Sarsaparilla STOVES'a;

In No\'ember..1895/the' 'heirs of Charles determined to be of the public domain. t .,;

M. Fiirman Brought. suit, .in the United The litigation in the case, which has Will give ,you a good appetite, .

States circuit court to set aside certain been finally settled by the decree rendered purify and enrich your blood, overcome Boat Goods, Paints 'and Oils ";> .
patents issued by the United States to by the
supreme courtof the ,
the state of Florida that tired feeling, give you and
for lands .
on Anastasia United States on March 11th, has been
island,-,which is between St.. Augustine long continued, and contested with mental and digestive strength and L 7 7t

and the ocean, extending'' about marked ability and exhaustive research, steady nerves. WOODENWARE .

eighteen miles north and south "The having been twice argued before the. supreme Be sure to ask for HOOD'S, the .. .

Furmans' claimed title ,under a grant court. best medicine money can buy. It is Write for prices. : t
"from the,government of Spain" to Jose The proceedings o& behalf of Furman

: Fish, in 1795,.which grant, they alleged, were conducted by Messrs. Horatio Bis- Peculiar to Itself TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,

y was ratified and confirmed by the United bee, Governor Fleming, C. D. Rinehart Box 212. ; 1(
States by the treaty of 1819' ((1821)), and and Francis P. Fleming, Jr.,,and the interests Bad Feelings In Spring -"In the ; ;
prayed that the for land issued of the spring I was feeling very badly. My blood -
patents defendants in the court be- was very poor. I began taking Hood's .
by the United States be canceled as a low were represented by Parrott & Ham- Sarsaparilla. It ,did me much good. I .
cloud upon their title. lin and W. W. Dewhurst, while in the think it is a wonderful spring medicine and John R. Walker & Co. .
recommend it to all sick and suffering."
The defendants contended that the supreme court Mr. Dewhurst alone con- ETHEL L. BEAU, Eaton Center, N. H.
lands were a part of the public domain; ducted the case, having been appointed
that the claim of,Fish was of no validity special assistant to the attorneygeneraland ALL THE SEASON'S LATEST EFFECTS IN DRESS GOODS.
Ziba King's Alleged Marriage.The .
:; under Spain or the United States, be- employed by the government, on
_: cause the grant was made without authority account of the large interests which the mystery of the allf1-re.i first mar- Batiste Brilliant, J

of law, and in any event was but United States had in the result. of-the riage or the late Judge Ziba King has Dimity Diaphani, Cp L Furnl1turendora I II
the first concession and not an absolute appeal. been cleared up. It seems that Judge

grant in fee, and further relied upon the 0 King, while quite a young man, was \ Silks. -c' ,

limitations of the acts of congress requir It Girdles the Globe. forced to marry a woman in Clinch county Organdies, '-oS.

ing claimants under the larger: grants The fame of Buc1'Ien's Arnica Salve, as by her father. The ceremony is ill
confirmed by the treaty with Spain toy the best in the world, extends round the claimed to have been a bogus one, having Percales, Dimities, Furniture

present their title papers to the district earth. It is the one perfect healer of been performed by a lawyer who wasa Ducks, Plqua, Etc. *.
cuts, corns, burns, bruises, sores scalds, lived
court within a prescribed time and friend of King's. King never 0 <
boils, ulcers, felons aches pains and all SODA WATER ICE CREUI
with the woman and removed to Florida. ,
which Furnished.
barred any suits based on such skin eruptions. Only infallible Samples Gladly ,
_{ grants in case the claimants failed to pile cure. .A female child was born, hut died in in- e TOBACCOS AND CIGARS. .
s so 25c a box at Wilson & Son's and J. B.Screven's. ill ::
.. ancy. The woman afterwards obtained
+ ., proceed. 1 ooooooooI
ti' The circuit court found the grant to a divorce and remarried. This dissipates MILLIXERY m All the novelties in \.

i. :Fish was a complete and perfect title to the story that the woman had entered a Pattern Hats ill
a completely segregated tract of land Voice From the Fifth District.To claim for Judge King's estate 'and relieves ., Shapes BELTS, TIES and ECKWEAR.
; ill '
s': that congress had confirmed tie) grant as the Editor of the.Star. his children of any supposed stain Sailors, Trimming, '+ '

a valid claim for 10,000 acres, and that The Ex-Rev. Mr. R. N. Andrews seemsat of illegitimacy.It All Kinds. q STANDARD, WHEELER & WILSON .

the grant, being a complete title, stood last to have struck an occupation that Dazzles the World. SHOES NOTIONS.New rDOMESTIC tr: and WHITE Sewing mach-
ratified and confirmed both by the king suits him to a T, that of editor and man- sc ines, cash or installment.
of Spain and the United States, by virtue ager of a newspaper. His success in this No discovery in medicine has ever --..-. ----. Mail as well as personal business solic.

; of the treaty of 1819, and was further branch is certainly unequalled. Anyone created that has one been quarter caused by of Dr.the King's excitement New Line Men's ited. Prompt and careful attention.

; : confirmed by act of congress of May 28, reading his unfounded attacks on the discovery for Consumption. Its severest g BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.

:'Cf" ;. 1828; and that, being a complete grant, present board'of county commissioners tests have been on hopeless victims of Straw Hats. .
; the limitation of the twelfth section of must admit that this is true. consutaptipn, pneumonia, hemorrhage, ,, Make our store your headquarters,

. Jj: said act of congress did not apply, so as Any just nun must admit that the pleurisy and bronchitis, thousands of TRUCKS, ".--"-. Keep well.ftp with the proc.-ssion, we will use
q,:' to bar suit on the grant. FronT this decision present board has done the county good horn it has restored to perfect health. you

';'" an appeal to the supreme court of service and deserve thanks for their For coughs, colds, asthma, croup, hay JEWELRY and JOHN R. WALKER & CO., ,

;--". -r the United States was taKen. services. The EX-Red.'s attacks on a fever, hoarseness and whooping rough it UIDDOSS. CO Titusville Fla. .
in world.It [00 ,
i is the quickest, surest cure the
f<-. There were a number of important ,prominent citizen of this county, who is sold by Wilson & Son and J. B. .
; questions presented by the appeal, among has given his time and services practically Screven, who guarantee satisfaction or s
: !:I them the power of the circuit court to for nothing in order to advance the refund money. Large bottles 50c. and Dr. S. W. Carroll. W. E. Goldsmith.

'$ refer questions of law to a master; to improvement of our roads, is below no- $1.00. Trial bottles free. 1 f
if' what extent the printed volumes of tice and too contemptible to deny or re- CARROLL & GOLDSMITH Y
}l American state papers are evidence, and fute. But like a watchdog, let loose after Shake Into Your Shoes.

the law of descents in Florida where having long been chained, the Ex Rev. Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures painful Staple and Fancy GROCERIES

"i land descends from an infant. All the having paid the mortgage, as he so boast- smarting, nervous rpt and ingrowing -- ------
unnoticed in the ingly informed the county, must bark at nails and instantly take-* the sting out of --
above questions are .
corns.and bunions. It's the greatest comfort Ila Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
V-- opinion of the supreme court, but the somebody, but happily his bite does very discovery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease Tin, Glass and 'rockery \\!are. I TltUSVllle, Florida.We .
';" court has determined two points of great little harm and will soon result in his be- makes tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to.

:',:_ interest to property owners and lawyers ing tied up again. certain cure for sweating callous a.n.d. hot, .
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tired, aching feet. Try it today. Sold by
, I The Ex-Rev seems to make it his business
in Florida. mail for 25c.
druggists and shoe: stores. By
In the case of Doe ex demo vs Lati- to see that all money collected in in stamps. Trial package FREE. Address, E. L. BEADY & BEO., .
, -t- mer, 2 Florida Reports, p. 71, decided in this county shall be among Allen S.Olmsted, LeRoy. N. Y.

,.... 1848, Chief Justice Douglass, who had the laborers. Why is it then that he ,
I Know One Sure Remedyfor
: been United States attorney while Spanish sends away money to have one half of Dealers
: an obstinate cold. Its name is y-Balsam. Groceries and
,: ; grants were" being investigated under the I his news (?) paper printed up north when In Grain Hay

:.t. acts of congress, recognized the distinction there are many competent compositorsand ASK YOUR GROCER FOR J ,

)3-' between incipient and complete printers in this county asking for AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.

t: titles emanatingrum the government of employment What is good sense in We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusivelyin
.i: "' Spain, but for many years the courts of private business is also good sense in the the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on
Florida haw t'aile-1 to recognize the fact management of the county's affairs. RBI st' Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station E. L. BRADY fe TIRO.,TITUSVILLE FlA.

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of the Down here everybody easily under- -z
-:, that a large proportion t
1- ., titles in Florida are based:: on incomplete I stands why he is so severe on the old JAMES PRITCHARD. President, W.M. EROWN. Vtce-Presid-nt. C.S. SCHUYLER. Cwhiar

: concessions, which needed to be confirmed board and praises! the new incoming board The 5 Minute Breakfast fool:
: the of the up to the skies. lie has no further -..--
try i some art on part INDIAN RIVER 'STATE BANK.
-' United Stair-. advertisements to hope for from the old Purina Health Flour 'J
hoard, but by giving "taffy" to the new
the .i
:: Chief Justice Fuller, delivering 4tf"1 a k.e.s
'. opinion, says: "The question on this board he topes to secure their good will "BRAIN BREAD.1 County Depository. l
all the Is it
and get county printing.
whether the
branch of the 1'i"; not PURINA MILLS. ST. Louis. MaRE .
t'lmtirmed, but not so. Mr. Ex-Rev.:? I Authorized Capltal$10<\OOO. -
grant !shoull nave utvu --- ------- (
whether it am-uuitel to complete title FIFTH DISTRICT. Paid up Capital, $ 25,000 {:

without onfirmaiiun. At the time oft Cures Blood Poison and Cancer. i'.01 l"; IJ.! E BOATS ANDfN6H [5 Average Deposits, $1CO,000.TEANSACTS .,

the region was further action of the gov- 51Mptf5TMiOEEOMDALtSTATtA54Y
ernment rKjuentrd to perfect ii? As it Eating sores, swellings, falling hair, -:...1.'. y- 5rr.1113"" 'U ,....5t A \
ulcers scrofula] ,, f CASTINGS
mucous patches, aching fu-
:: was not in itflf a royal title, and was : .. General Business
bones and bones, itching skin, oils, iii AAI"E. STATIONARV.CARSlAGttSltYIU \rrl Banking ..
the law- V. & :
: neither made nor confirmed by pimples, fti, by taking Botanic Blood .. 9 zi ." .'.f '.JPfL,_,"' .... s +
ful authorities of the king", we think Balm (B. B B) made especially; to cure : ...-tr?...I.SCAT 6ASBEMATURYAL' FRAMESI6ERE \I.s, Largest and OldestBank
action and then blood and skin troubles B. '
such was necessary malignant IJ.UN'i t\'M) ,6RA.'iD.RAPiDSMlclW. on the Hirer ti
he adds: "But, were this otherwise, it B. B. heals every sore and makes the ----- -- ---- + -.eF
seems dear to us that the liimtatbns of blood pure and rich. Over 3,000 cures ofworst Exchange Bought and Sold on ;

the acts of congress applied." That is, : and most obstinate PJ res by takingB. all Foreign Countries. _
15. B. Druggists, $1. Describe trouble
of those acts required
the performance and trial bottle sent free by writing to Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, .. ..
United .
l>e done by the laws of the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. 2 polite treatment and every favor consistent .. i
States passed after the cession of the with conservative banking granted.COKRESPOXDEXTS ; -
Floridas.In : .
the court below the master found The Whole State (lratef i1. 0 Seaboard National Bank of New York, 1: .
claims and National Bank of Jacksonville. >- y
and reported that only The people of the entire state of Florida

were within the purview of the acts of and more especially: the people of TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

congress requiring claims embraced by Lake City, feel deeply grateful to Mr. IIM. ,
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the treaty of 1819 to be passed upon by a : Flagler for his; generous otter of $10-
and that those acts must be con for GEO. N. HATCH : :
-:, court, 000 to the State Agricultural college, : :
strued not to bring them in conflict __ ____ __ _______,
; so as the purpose of erecting a gyianaiumbuilding
with the provisions of the treaty in regard piovKlfd that the legislature, Dealer in

to complete titles, and was the decision now in session, will contribute an amount p General Merchandise,

of the learned judge of the circuit sufficient to equip such an institution.Of .
court. the state of Florida cannot refuse consist'ne of pverything.-
PROTECTION.Your usually kept in a ,
that -
The supreme court declares complete this munificent offer, and that the t!first-flags: nesi store..... == --
and absolute\ titles, as well as equit- legislature will make the necessary ap- home needs more substantial protection .
hose and fire engine. ----- --- --- -
required to be passed th n is gen by a
able titles, were is a foregone conclusion.
propriation Your best plan is to .
if the grant was Co.
upon by the courts Bond Lumber
more than 3,500 acres. That it was with- Strikes a Rich Find. INSURE AGAINST FIRE!

in the power of congress to require that "I was troubled for several )'ears with A policy in a fire insurance company will On hand and Constantly Arming,
at the time only a small amount per year, and
which were complete and nervous dt ili- you
grants chronic indigestion build
with the means to a new
of the cession should have their genuineness tv writes F. H. Green, of Lancaster home provide,should you your present one burn. .LUl\LIBER. .
extent established by proceed- Nr: II.hNo remedy helped me until I t
manner before they began using Electric Bitters, which did INSURE AGAINST ACCIDENTS! Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts,

could ings in be a particular held valid, citing 17o W. S. 76, me more good than all the medicines I They are bound to happen, be you ever Bean, Orange. Cabbage and Tomato Crates,
used. They have also kept my wife so careful. Brick Lime Cement Etc.
130 W. S. 238 and 8 Peters 436. ever ,
health for She says
of interest'to lawyers to have in excellent years. for female INSURE YOUR LIFE! Estimates made on all building material. Our large; boat. "Sunny South," will deliver
will be splendid -
It Electric Bitters are just what about the river. Call send in bill. We will .
of the For must die. Then your anywhere on on ns or your serve yon right.
_.; an authoritative settlement ques- troubles; that they are grand tonic yon
tions determined in this case. It ill alsoa and invigorator for weak, ran down family. SCHUYLER Bond Lu.maber Cc>.
medicine take its C. S. ,
importance to the in No other can
of great women.
habitants matter of St. Augustine to have the place in our family." Try them. Only Titusville Fla. S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager,

title to the lands on Anastasia island 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by Wilson 1 Calendars aud blotters for distribution. Tl'tusv111.e. I Florida
finally settled. The island is virtually a & Son and J. B. .

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