The Florida star.

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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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at the because
A; A. Stewart; W.M. ; court house they do not .
; F. A. Morgan 8ec'7. the sleeves look' In the least like the f .
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TOWN OFFICEES.-A. an easy matter :, .
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.COUNTY OFFIOEES.-A. Hazel Salve After using it once on the verge of
.D.Penney I forgot! I nervous
Titus ever had W
ville, : anything like "
county exhaustion.
judge; Jas. Andrews, Titus. E. C. Boise piles.
Titusnlle vile, prosecuting clerk attorney; A;A. Stewart out for imitations., Somers Point Be N. Y. Look ,What is to be done ? : ,
circuit courtJ.. F. sure you ask for rj
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en,Cocoa, tax assessor;E.W.Hall,Sharpen Wilson &,8on. Ci J --
{ tax .collector; F.n.; Boye,', Titusville 4/O eIoIi Iri
treasurerR.E.Minis How few
tendent public instruction J. 0. Fries,superin, Ti. how many suffer persons: unnecessarily.escape a toothache By the; :A.Vfr5ar3iParilia ( S Zei' ,
.tusville, county
surveyor, J. P. Brown, TV use of Perry Davis' Pain Killer the
sheriff;T.J. Cockshutt, LaGrange is almost pain
registration officer.' stopped and a com- !n V .
plete cure effected. .
For a swollen jaw or 1
y COUNTY C } MISSI face due to ulcerated teeth TRJvv'
acts like SA.JLJNGS:
Titusville,chairman;W.H.Sharpe, magic. 'Do not suffer a moment
Jos. but get a bottle. BETWEENJACK50NVILLEAND___
h MendelLaGrauge; R.A.Conkliug,Till.-\.- Avoid substitutes, there ----
man; J..N.Waller, Ankona. Regular sei is but one Pain Killer
sions are held first Monday in each month. Price 25c. and 50c. Perry Davis'. For fifty years it has : NEW YORK 11

COUNTY SCHOOL BOABD.-J. M. Dixon, ((1 been lifting up the discouraged [ Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.

Titusville Platts, Fort; B.PIerce.l N. Andrews, Cocoa; C. P. A Prince of Nihilism. giving rest ton The Finest Steamships in the Coastuie Service.

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----- ---- rv"\O "" VI De lonaa tar. .au..H.' -. l'.1J Ll.(" ,'l\D Al\D SOU'I'OEnN T It_

l THE f SHAPE f Of In NEW this YORK April 16.-The -presence to bringing the depressed.refreshing sleep ---Direct Service Between___ LINES It ,

SKIRTS. member of city the of reigning Prince family Krapotkin of Russia a ,! No other Sarsaparilla Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and All Eastern Points. (j_:ti::,

approaches it. In Calling at Charleston both 4-
Some Notable Changes In Styles Are Pre- Increased In no small degree age ways.SEMIWEFKLY I
dicted the Interest and in cures, "Ayer's" is Southbound-From SAILINGS.
for This Summer. naturally felt here In the Lewis. Wharf Ott<'D. otth"'Oul.d-From" foot of Catherine J
"the JacksonvIUs
leader "
Special correspondence of The Florida Star. present political troubles of the Landof of them all. CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS RIVER '
the Bear. It was old before other
NEW Prince
'YORK, April 16.-If we are to Krapotkin is a man DEBARY LINE.
believe what" the importers and who has felt the weight of the czar's sarsaparillas were born. % ,
manufacturers hand. He 11.00 a battle. All Between Jacksonville and
has ever been enthusiaston draufstLAyer's Sanford '"
tell us, we are to have a an
; departure In the shape of our skirts great the subjects of anarchy socialism Pills aid the ac. Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis. Beresfoid (DeLand), Blue Springs, and

and In various other things. First is liberty. Twenty years ago for lectur-I tion of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. intermediate landings on St. Johns River. .

; that ing on such subjects In Russia Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE."
we have not seen a summer such he was They cure bilious CAPT. W. A. SHAW,

1 .- as the next one will be so far as the Imprisoned by order of the czar, but ness. zs tt:.a bo=. is appointed to sail. follows: 4

number of white dresses will be after a servitude of nearly three years "' I hare toed Ayer's medicines for Leaves Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m. Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays.
con he more than 40 and Sanford 9, Mondays, Wednesdays and
escaped fled the years have said Fridays.
: cerned. All the country and has
; from
goods, from main the very start that you made Southbound .
Swisses to the finest batiste and never returned to his native land. the best medicines in the world. I read down SCHEDULE. Northbound

"U..... nnt... .. .' """ ++:n AI._ "'h__ _'00 organ.U I Krnnntkfn: la n nihilist. As nsnativ am, sure your_Sarsaparilla saved my .T...."."..,." 0/\ __ YPM nn '
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.UA6CUUle UJ UJWY sun: mUllS .nn.u..u- tooK It IV years ag\J. u l'W------------------------JaeksonviHe___ .____ . &
and chiffons will be there. Skirts will great employed,deal.the A term nihilist"nihilist" covers a ri without I, am now your past medicines.70 and"am never ii "" 3 8 45 00 pm____________________ _----Palatka-----_-_-_--_-__---*_-__w.__-_-_-.1,11111_Leave 8 2 00(Af pm Gilt ***
be .
be flounced to the top, and sleeves will may an anarchist FRI THOMAS,P. St., 4 30 am- Astpr_ 2 30 pm ,
a socialist .St. Francis___ ,
be cut off or a republican. The Jan.24,1899. Enon,Kansas. i_ 100
stock will at be the forgotten elbow and live the high one thing essential is that he is prepared Wflto the Doctor. 6 00 am-------..---_Bert-sford.Blue (DeLand)_______________-___ 12 00 n'n pm i J 7;
or but
in Springs._ "
to employ any weapon to achieve you have any com p'aiut whatever Arrives 30 an -_ __ _._. 1100 am v
and ------
desire ----- Sanford.
memory, for the younger persons may his the brat medical advice you -------- _. 9 30 ar
1 ends. Krapotkin is a'radical demo- can possibly receive, write ti
=e doctor General
wear quite low necked gowns or squareones crat. lIe is sometimes called an an fee.y,without, You cost.will receive Address a.prompt reply Passenger aid Ticket Office, 2C4 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

and the elder ones can have Vshape I archist. The one thing certain is that he t Da.J. C.AYER,Lowell,!lua. F. }I. IRONMONGER JE., F. P. A., 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. +
: << with I
kind of A. C.
any soft and lacelike HAGERTY
is striving Passenger:: Agent, C. P.
"' earnestly to better the con- LOVEM, Asst. Fla. Supt.
effect around the Berthas dud 19 State street New York. .,
dition of the people of Russia.I THOS. D. HALEY, Local Fnllt Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. *
some few bretelles will be seen and Freight Agent. JOHN L. HOWARD, Superintendent;
I -- ,
believe -
F that -
= Krapotkin can Foot Hogan St.
justly Jacksonville.Fia. 4
fichus and lace scarfs will be worn by Where the Guilt I.ay.-hYon THEO. G. r".t Hogan St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
theplay EGER.
termed General
an ideal nihilist. He Is typical say Manager. WM. P. CLYDE & ft).. General
everybody so that the high collars may of the brains of this mysterious was entirely without a villain?" Chesebrough Building. 19 State Street, Opposite Park New York. '

be left off without too great a transi i organization. A nihilist in the mindsof "Yes-that i ii, if you choose to omit the -- -
tion. One style has a half moon author."-Indianapolis Press. -- -
many people is a man of a low degree -
of lace, and to this are attached long -----.-. .r sa
of --
i tabs of, tlIP nn mn___,. _nnl1.... .1nan.. .n1.n.. fn.... tin,. .L!..... ..,intelligence_ ,.. with an__ unnatural. I I "T_ "' ''' ..- -' -- _-_---- ....... .... .. ...... I
V --- --n. .u. "' lUlnSl ror uiuuu, uu uncouth lIemeanor vvuiiicn cti wen as men - - ..1IiIIIP' ."-' .
or leave \ J
hanging likes. -f
loosely, as one and
a savage aspect. Now, this generalization II
When tied it forms a bertha around Are Made : i.
Is decidedly unfair. There Miserable by
g the shoulders and ties at the back in a are doubtless nihilists who i !

large bow, with the ends hanging this description, but so do many answer who to Kidney Trouble. t+ GOOD REASONS [i 'I.

; down. A dress shown in one of the do not hold a single nihilistic tenet.

swellest of the stores today had the The real nihilist, the plotter, the conspirator 1 f. 1M t tI
skirt gathered to the waist which has Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis :
is generally of "
a man no small
and lessens
a deep point in front. The neck is cut ambition; beauty vigor : :
culture, oftentimes the scion of a noble ...-.IC= and cheerfulness FOR '
down about one-third to the bust line o" soon USING .
family sometimes even with the blood 'f. ) disappear when the kid- I II
and ,
around the edge is wide bertha '
a of royalty flowing In his veins. neys are out of order i p'
of white lace with a rose put in front. Take Krapotkin. for instance. SeatedIn or diseased. 1 1.

There are two 20 inch flounces of lace Kidney trouble has I
his room at the Hotel Gerard the I.
set on the skirt, which is of a pale blue. become so prevalent ,
first he
impression gave me shattered I
t' Flounces are among the newest of 1 that it is not uncommon .
notions I had
r.- the things now fully decided upon, and him. He looks what he is entertainedof a scholar. t'a afflicted for a child to be born j R+ PANSL
r evcr kind of stuff from silk kid- f
to calico
,, His personality Is reflected in his eyes, ,=. neys. If the child urin- j'I'

may have them and they look well. flashing energetic, vivid. He is small, ates too often, if the 'I' 1

i Among the goods in vogue for that i but small in stature only. His voice is urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child ; '

kind of dresses are such as will be mild his manner subdued but latent reaches an age when it should be able to I -

used to make the summer stock as strength is there. A patriarchal beard control the passage, it is yet afflicted with .

the spring suits are all made. Among the bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of : 1
completes picture. They functional
the and
them are the thinnest kind of fabrics Prince Krapotkin is not spending his step difficulty should be is kidney towards trouble the and the first gas- : ;! i
such treatment of
as batistes
lawns organdies, days here in idle dalliance. He has a these important : I
organs. This 0
linen.U lawns,.grass_ linen., Swisses, laces mislon; tn nprfnrm. the mission of 1ustifyiug trouble is due tee a diseasM_______ wwnau_ .. .unpleasant..; '\.. ,.s +\.. tric disorders f\f the stomaC'h AMA.. ,
n. "' vA U1 -- -- --------- -
Uil u\tr l'l1lhrohlt'rlt's. silk mulls uuu In the eyes of Americans the ni- kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as a'

' muslins nets deep embroideries, suchas bifistie raison d'etre, the nihilistic doctrine most people suppose. contribute .
can be used to make skirts of and a of'political murder. Already he Women as well as men are made mis- to the health of the entire : .

whole long list of etamines. grenadines has proclaimed in New York not wildly erable with kidney and bladder trouble
veilings and no end of wash fabrics. and both need the same great a e
but solemnly the gospel 1 of force. The remedy. system by setting
mild .
and the
Some of the thin silks are under this And it is bis intention to continue this Swamp-Root immediate effect of every organ e
head. I. ce .insertions and edgings will is soon realized It is sold e ;
; work in other cities and towns of the
by druggists, in
fifty- f to work
be seen to embellish the flounces on the United States. *
cent and one dollar.

gowns made of these things. Many He spoke to me very freely concerning I sizes. You may have a ,0: ...., ;u':..'.,: .' o .
will have insets, and others will have I the present state of affairs in Rus sample bottle by mail I I .u They stimulate e'o

the lace applied. The pineapple cloths sla. He declared that little could be free also pamphlet tell- Home of Swamp.Rooc. a normal flow .

:' are among the very prettiest of all the expected of the czar as he was a weakling ing all about it, including many of the a

cotton materials, and they can be givena an epileptic. But he added that thousands of testimonial letters received ogastric juice .
from *
most elegant appearance by under- he would be sorry to see the czar "re- sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer 1 .
& Co.
standing the possibilities: in trimming. moved." as he had been "the leading Binghamton N. Y., be sure and
i mention this :
. Among the pretty wool) stuffs in sum destroyer of autocracy In the whole paper.AUMIXLVTKATOK'S They prevent fermentation in : ,

:..' mer weight are the dainty Picardy line of autocrats from Peter the &1 : .

; lalnages in all the poetic faint colorings Great" NOTICE. the stomach and intestines ,. .".

wool) veilings and very thin His exposition of the case of the Rus- Notice is hereby iven to all creditors that ,

......"nh.. .A. .,.,;..11.ft.. ..nlf.. n'nn1.. nnn1in...__._ Thpsp----- -fgn.-- -_tl1rlpntl,----. W..-!I 'Int' '..''''''tfnO''''Wb' fl Q.. hn u.-. six months from.- ,- date---- T- 11 *.\.*.**.-ie-ri..i.6. .m...,7*r .fi.....a'..1acwuntsandapily II
Ii-) .CYare much liked abroad and are summery gan by saying that the 12,000 studentsof den. to tie Hon. D. L.. aul- G Th eyrevegasc' and intestinal i \;
county judge of Brevanl county. Flori -
and not too expensive. The manufacturers universities had been exempt for da, for my discharge as administrator of the .

of the ready made garments years from military service. This exemption estate of Cornelia S. Bass, deceased, and as I .
I say that there will l he a great demand halt< been honored by the pres- guardian of Walter J. BJSS. to pain* .

t.i for white wool dresses for outing and ent czar until the holding of a meetingto Administrator THCK of C. S.C.Bass BAS.S i,ud f _

,; say also that serge and flannel will be protest against existing conditions. guardian of Walter J. Bass. f They act at once and continue

,- Immensely popular and that next to This so Incensed the czar that be ordered Ttn'svrr.trr, FLA., November 16,1900. .

'. them will be the white duck and pique that those who held such meetings .

: suits. White and black will be, as now, should be drafted Into the army. : Bill For Dhorce. to act as 1 long as food remains in .

b the gentlewoman's choice, and really "This order," continued the prince I In the Circuit Court in and for Brevard :

. nothing can be handsomer than the "was followed by such a whirlwind of County, Florida.-In Chancery. : : the digestive

black and white suits, decorated as popular Indignation that Nicholas was Annie E Pronger ) tract. :

they are with bows of black velvet. i alarmed but be'has not dared to yield. vs. > i
Ernest C. Pronger J
t'[ And the dealers all say that we are A compromise however, is certain. To Ernest C. Pronger It is hereby ordered : They cost only five cents l.i
necked dresses not What made the measure that at the lor
going to have low particularly you appear clerk's office at Titus e

' low, but'just right. Square neck- obnoxious was that It was formerly ap- ville. Florida, to the bill of complaiut en
. very but plied by serf owners to punish the disobedient tered against you in the above entitled cause : : ten Tubules at all drug
:,.. ed gowns are shown everywhere on the 3rd day of May, 1901. Otherwise the stores : I
the change Is rather sudden for those Now It has been applied to same will be taken against you as confessed;H

accustomed to the high collars, and it !I the', most highly educated men In ..Rusta. and furt' er that this order be published oncea -s--r--t- '
. likelythat l many of the wear .", HENRY BAYLXT.FISO'S .. week for four(4)) consecutive weeks in THE DUD.j earn tl end tW srrAxs _
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FLORIDA STAB, a newspaper published in paaa aM prof. 0. Etna h It. J.. IoU wa I R"1'1-....Wa ., :
'. ers will mak .gulmpe of lace as a savIng said county and state. I&an. tfad wiaw ti+oaaa4RrPf i1w 1.4 ..... UJ.on .tiff..
I. grace. A pretty gown of this fashIon CURE Done and ordered at the Clerk's office at IosM wT1&1Wt3atikeliupnwpRwt b. teeq.-lilnlilJ .

Is this illustration, and it Best CUBES WKiRE All EISHA1& Titusville, Florida, this 1st day of April, A. ;.
I D. 1901. 'i
Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use
Is really touch more pleasing than onemight in time. Sold br druggists.GONSUMPTtON. [Seal)] A. A. STEWART, ;

t think. The material Is surah Cle-v {-euit Court. .. (
with ruches By JOHN HF ,
t. twill In reseda shade uty Clerk. .
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'F',s .. i' COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTOBY.v ,M;.A. Wheeler returned on 'iO Sday I w 'EAU' OALLIE/ '. .I '.Two ;hundred bushels .of -. "
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!: .,[.', $ '. .*'v 'w:L;HU9HLETT. M. D.,,X.DANIEL, from an exten'decl trijTtoi 'his'homestead ':Er.B.'F. Brown was the"guest of r.frsraor' ; DREW'SsrND ;r:1,

: .':: Ji' D. D 8.Offices over The Indian River atJ3a.bia.'I and: !. on..Sunday. and.:-Monday, atoes remove'g tt .pounds =- : !"i' ..
.: ;1 DrugCo'aetoreatheleading Drugeat&b1ish I' brra.111cl :' last.Y", ; of"actu "Potash from the
'" ; : ment of the Indian river coantry.ii' .-,., ; : ''''.. PgrterbrDayondownIooing _i '. .....
tQI! j.. : after, interests of her It is' hoped :the. Eau ,Gallie>.quartette :
r { 8.'F. TRAVIS &.CO.. .Exclusive Wholesale will become soil. Unless this quantity
: P1 at Cogpina a permanent body under the
,f' Grocery carry the largest'stockofGeneralMerchandise ,, e ..... .. j a- ', ron
<:$ 'L
:- ': : = F1o da. charge 6t Prof. Earle Adams ..of Mel pa is returned to the soil LEO'"A
-r: ._.'..' :'. on the east rcoasfof .Mr. w.:g-Connors,.ones;oftthe genial ,. ; ; CATALOGUE.THE" .
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. '' Can meet. aU competition- Write for prices. of the left bourne.
&' "" "- employes New BockledgeJ on ,r. the' following top willmateriallydecrease.

/ .It .' WILLIAH!HINDLE.--U:: rtaker and'Em- Saturday for,its Connecticut,; home. Melbourne.was well represented at the _
.; t ,', balmer."'Bicycles and Sewing Machine snp- -1 j' the -Eureka" hall .on,Tuesday .i..'.W..B. DREW '
!: ,. 3. '":: plies, Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing :Miss ,Grace Patterao"i1J Y soon for a eve l last, For particulars .see detailed '"} COMPANY.,
,>{'} of Every,Description Agent for Beveridge visit with ,her brother at.Black Moun- We-have books telling about LAN K S.
> :t" .. notice by your special.eorreepondent. B
\. .-.. '. ... .Steam Cooker.' tain, N. C._ A pleasant summer awaits composition, 'uSe and value of JACKSONVILLE.FLA. .
t' "& V Capt. J. M. Randall of the launch fertilizers for various crops.
-'l her.' .
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{ !:!rt*# -' FRANK LIPP Practical Shoemaker. Forty free. T
!' = They are seat
" *! >/. ., years experience; all kind' of repairing Dawn, ,contemplates trip to Smyrna, "'Co "
Mr. and Mrs.,H. P. Shares .
i, 4.", done,'nice and cheap; also ladles'. and n>en'a song, Daytona and Ormond in a few! days. .A ',...'.-: .k GERMAN KALI woRKS.
; y \. shoes made to order. Horace and Paul, expect to leave tomorrow" few intimate friends'will accompany ,him );)' ::' 93 Nassau St., Jogs N. C. STOCKTOK.Tresident,
1 ,' .. THE TEAFFOED BAKERY- quality ;.Saturday, ,for their. ,,, home, hi. New on this outing. The party.expects to be ;?-.nh' of.i1't.rrr R New York. THOMAS P. DZNHAM, Cashier,

.. r Bread,made of high grade flour,sent to any Haven_ ,.Conn.. .. away week._ ... JAMES D. BAKES, Ass't. Cashier.
k address;also never-failing home-made yeast f ,._
': .. cakes .Ice Cream every Saturday. 4 Mr. and Mrs Averill;:Mrs. Pool,' Mrs. Mrs..Bliss, Mr. Perry Alexander and ; : .
r; '
is. Salmon and Mrs. McF.came 1 1Y National Bank of
V M. SANDERS The Old Reliable up Miss Goodspeed have left for Washington: ,
; ji{ GO TO J. ,
from in Mr. AveriU's fine launchon
k V:.i Store for good, fresh and reliable goods Coquina D. C., and other points on their.way to
...... Goods Saddlery, Crockery, Wednesday. will
::;:: such as Dry their northern homes. We heartily

!;i: ".; V r.. Hats;Trunks and a full line.of. Groceries. ,The_ days are gliding'swiftly:,:by and c welcome'this most entertaining family to + -1-L- T Or4:4 the State of Florida

: I .. JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year'.round.i the quietude of the_ dreamy forest is our social circle this coming; fall.' ;: J : F. A
!location facing thenver on river r
't:: front.Pleasant Rates$2.00 per day,special terms bjr settling upon the erstwhile gay. and glad Mrs. Brown, Miss Mattie Brown, Miss .

i f5-r '._ the weekt month.MELBOURNE some. Rockledge. Hoke; the Misses Goode, Mr.Irwin and CAPITAL 100,000.00..

i' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Mrs. Ruth E. Berrian, who has been many others from our sister town Mel- Desienated depository of the State of Florida -
l bourne, were present at the concert in and of the City of Jacksonville. Solicits
the of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Clark attend the and dance
STATE BANK-Capitalfl5,- guest evening to concert :
+ MELBOURNE aid of St. John's church on Tuesday eve accounts of all classes and offers every facility
{ C. M.Horton, the paSt'' left Wednesday for Mesdames Laura Adams C. R. Oslin and
a 000. J.H. Phillips president; season, last, adding much to the 'success of the consistent with prudent banking. Recognizing -
--i:: cashier. The only bank on the lower river Washington, D. C. G. M. Brown, Misses Mattie Hoke, Jessie the needs of that class who accumulate a
and the pineapple region of Brevard county. evening. Goode and :Mattie Brown, and Messrs. surplus, we will allow interest on time de-
1 i
Misses Lizzie and Kate Trumpbour posits. We invite attention to the statement
OALLIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banyan, Lotus,Tropic, East Melbourne, Fred Irwin Chas. Oslin Sam Martin A.J. .
EAU below, condensed from our last official report
t. lot who have been in Rockledge the
: past and other adjacent points, were well represented f. Hoke Claude and Don All the
. BROTHERS. Dry Goods, Ship Beaujean. to honorable controller of the currency: I
\ t HODGSON winter, have returned to their home at
concertin Eureka hall
at the
.. Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and I on report a good time and agree that Prof.
r' 'Paints and Oils, Grocer West Camp, N. Y. Tuesday last. Mr. R. B. Stewart of CONDENSED
1 ?' fittings, Clothing, Earl Adams can get up a first class enter-

'0' I' .:: .. ies. Marine railway, steamer for charter. Capt.: Fred Aldrich left on Monday for Lotus, arrived with a launch party earlyin tainment. STATEMENT OF CONDITIONAt
to. '. the afternoon waiting over for the
: i .. FORT PIERCE. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Daytona, where he will spend the summer close of business February 5, 1901.
y concert. --
> : ., instead of taking his usual summer tiA A I As called for by Comptroller.
and Surgeon
.-.i! t'V: :V C.Calls P. PLATTS to any point-Physician on the river promptly trip to-Fall River, Mass. The yawl Princess, J. A. Gilbert owner, R. B. Stewart and family visited in EESOUECES.

\ answered. Fo t Pierce. Florida. returned from a cruise from points on the Banyan Sunday.The j
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Merwin of Eden
south coast on Saturday last. Mrs. Bliss Loans and discounts---------$265f22.10
are visiting Mr. M/s grandparents, Mr. dry weather has finished up the Overdrafts_____________________ 731.01 i
T 'INDIAN N RIVER RtPPlfS. and Mrs. Wm. Merwin, ere the latter's and Mr. Perry Alexander, of Cleveland, bean crop here.J. United States bonds and other ,

departure for the north, which will be ina Ohio, and Miss Goodspead, of Buffalo, D. Sams and the Misses Bower were Stocks and Bonds_______________ 253,262.83 '
were among the guests on board. Mrs. I. Banking house, furniture and Fix., 44,417.63 1
: Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs few days. G. Gilbert and J. Kingan Hodgson were down our way Sunday.The Other real estate owned__________ 9,9<11.78 j
Cash and Due from other
at Towns Along the Coast. The Indian River pharmacy has "shut also with the party.A Island Light Guards have semi- banks.102,218.52 t

; up shop" and its genial head clerk left pleasing incident at the concert of weekly drills, J. T. Stewart, captain. $676,453.88

COCOA. Wednesday for the mountains of North J. A. Booth has force of Lands
f' Tuesday last was the presentation of a a at LIABILITIES. !
+ ; been and is Carolina and Virginia. He first to !
has now
Mrs. Wettendorf goes work on' his road contract here. I
large boquet of sunflowers to Mr. H. U. Capital stock -$1o0,ooo.o0
-- ------------ ---- : ,
quite ill, although somewhat tetter at Tallulah Falls, Ga. Surplus and profits_________ .. '
'f Hodgson from the Sons of Rest and the :Messrs. A. N. lathers G. A. McJun- --- 5,873.40 I
fi .. this writing. Circulating notes________.__-_____ 100,000.00 :
, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Clark have closed crew of the houseboat Rochester. The kin and R. E. Caves, of Tropic, were in Dividends uncalled for_______.__ 200.00

: Everyone expected and invited to come I their beautiful home on Indian River avenue presentation was happily made by Mr. Banyan last week. Deposits-----.-------, -__.___.___ 470,380.48 ;
to Cocoa on May Day-May 1st. Come and have gone to their northern Perry Alexander, who prefaced the act
Ernest Sams is down in the Water Lily
and enjoy the day. retreat at Plainville, Conn. They will by a few happy remarks suited to the $676,453.88
finishing the bean Then he
up crop.
We understand:that Col. Setze has sold return again next season. occasion. Mr. Hodgson retired quite will Hyee cha Courtenay-wards.
;; Palmetto to overcome by the sudden and unexpectedevent pus The Host Complete
his on
from North Carolina. Mr. H. P. Shares has engaged a landscape and was carried oft the stage by Capt. Boyer says he never saw fish so
. gentleman
., gardener ,from St. Augustine for the members of the Eau Gallie quartette, scarce as at present. He sets nearly

.. Mr. Gus Johnson, of Seabreeze, is the summer, and it is expected that the amid the most vociferous applause. 2,000 yards of pompano net every night Electrical

home on a visit to his mother. Gus'friends Rockledge grounds will "bloom as the and catches very few fish of any kind. Supply

are always glad to see him. rose" ere the tourists come again.
'\ '. Mr. T. R. Puckett, wife and baby, Wal- Miss Kate Eyre will close up her Eureka hall was filled to overflowingby NATHAN. and

e- > '' ter Roy, have gone to housekeeping inV establishment tomorrow, Saturday. She the most appreciative audience ever N. 0. Penny has been shipping beans .

: 1 one of the Stiling cottages on Brevard expects to visit the mountains of North seen within its doors on Tuesday evening and peppers the past week.i .

,,,, .. .. .... ., ... .. fonsfnirfion Hon p. In the Smith.
; avenue. Carolina at. Asheville and Black _'M.on__n_ .1 "' n"'; .1 I. Dpnr Rob B .t' rtn t lied .
me: uuui.eibuigaiii: eu: uj ro ec: or i tJ r ert urns, ui v/iiuavciui, ca uvwv U&
Mrs. S. W. O'Brien has rented her tain, and later on will go to New York. toAdams, of Melbourne, aided by several of on friends here last Sunday.Mr. .
: to Mrs. his and the best talent of
building on Delannoy avenue Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Battenfield and pupils amateur J. S. White left in his sailboat for ..THE..

J Loud who will open a millinery store sister, Miss Harriet Battenfield, left for Eau Gallie. The enchores were many, Titusville Friday of last week.
1' : therein, including also a stock of ladies' and in all cases happily responded to. The
their home in Delaware, 0., on Saturday. Johnson-Law
[ V of the Miss Miss Rose Penny has returned home Company
& furnishing goods.Mesdames singing "Holy City" by
They will stop at Daytona for a week
after teaching a very successful term at
Mamie L. Evans of Hardeeville S. C.
Wethey, Munson and Wagner and enjoy the beauties of that delightful Oslo. -0-
( showed marked talent in its rendering,
in Cocoa
t of Georgiana, burg.
on Monday. Misses Coral Munson and deserved the vociferous enchore it Jean Wells)) and F. Quarterman have All kinds of batteries and battery

and Wagner accompanied their mothers Messrs. Boggs brothers, B. M. Smith received. The pieces rendered by Miss gone on an extended hunting and trap renewals for gas engine ignition,

and enjoyed the ride on the steamer. and Burrows, of the Hotel Indian River, McMillan, Miss A. Florence Hodgson and ping trip. bells, annunciators and burglar

S, who have been recreating down the riveron Miss Mamie Taylor, were also very well alarms constantly on hand.
We are having some dry, windy wea-
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. O'Brien of Daytona a cruise in The Cruiser, mastered byS. received and enchored. However, the need rain beans and
ther and badly on
i took their friends in Cocoa by sur- E. Stearns, returned on Sunday after a pieces most pleasing to the large audiencewere
other vegetables. Plants Lines
prise by appearing before them on Mon- most enjoyable trip. those rendered by the quartette of Telephone ,-.

day. They came down on business and Eau Gallie, Misses Evans and Hodgsonand N. 0. Penny killed a fine bear Friday,
returned on Tuesday much to the regretof Mr. J. H. Rossiter has closed his pict- Messrs. Hodgson and Wiilhite, andit and the neighborhood is regaling on installed in any partof

I their friends. They were the guests ure store and is taking a much needed is hoped this combination keep up bear meat of the finest kind. the state.

'. \ of Mrs. O'Briea's sister, Mrs. C. J. rest. He, with his wife and sisters-in- the record so well begun by making the Oranges are all gone, but the trees are Write us for information.
V law the Misses :
Humphries, next
Schoon maker. go
. 1 quartette a permanent combination. The looking fine and the prospects are good
week to the beach at Oceanus for
!i Mrs. Bignon, of South Carolina, is and view "old ocean's gray and an melancholy outing ladies of St. John's guild served strawberries for a heavy crop next winter. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

f visiting her uncle, Colonel Setze and and cream with cake at the closeof
waste," and seek an embrace :Miss Jimmie China is visiting Mrs. G.
Z.. '1 wife, and arrived about two weeks ago. from old Neptune. the program, when the floor was deG. Schnyler. Mr. Schuyler is expected GEO.President.XI. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN

f. When she had been here about four days cleared for dancing, which was kept up home in a few weeks on a vacation. Actuary.

l Mr. and Mrs. Setze were both taken very The sad intelligence has reached here till a late hour. Representative citizens BREVARD
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F that Easter Mr. from Lotus Banyan East ;Melbourne and -
I: ill, and she has had her hands full with on Sunday Geo. Sebring'slittle ------ -----"'"

1i-1 the care of both of them. They are, three-year-old son died quite sud- 'Melbourne were present, adding much to Abstract of TitleCOMPANY

r ; however, both much better, and it is denly at their home in Sehring, 0., from the success of this most enjoyable even- The fadOf ..... .
..I hoped will soon recover their normal convulsions. He was somewhat subject ing. Prof. Earle Adams is to be congratulated ----- ----- --

r'-o" health. i to them as he had an attack while they on his tact and ability in managingso t

were in Rockledge this winter. Lelandwas well and pleasingly the large numberof
}j The Seminole left Cocoa on Wednesday Will furnish abstracts of title
the modern is health
woman by
a bright! little fellow and his early pupils and assistants gathered togetheron for lands iu
.. morning on a cruise down the river to exercise. It's excellent fad county.
:t. an ,
I going must have been a great blow to the this occasion, and we hope to soon pro-
;t I Melbourne and Cocoa beaches with a vided that it is always remembered that OFFICE UN EE LAW OFFICE OF *
devoted Mr. and Mrs. have the pleasure of hearing the
i i merry board consisting of the parents. Sebring again exercise cannot cure womanly diseases. GEO. M. BOBBINS, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
V Cooper brothers, who own and man the have the sympathy of the entire community professor and his interesting pupils. Indeed, where such "

I- boat; their mother, Mrs. Cooper; Miss in their great bereavement. diseases exist exer- EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.G.
cise is
Carrie Bishop and cousin, Miss Alice apt aggra- .

;"( ,I Weinberg and Mr. MorrisVeinberg.. GEOKGIANA. Mr. T./C. Nicholson assisted in the vate the condition DUREN Agent
rather than to ,
3 !! They will have a delightful time as the I The services of the first quarterly meet bank last week. a help it.The .
ing will D. Y. be held bnd
weather is perfect. Mr. L. G. Brainard of Valkaria first
: : was .: step toward i.
Sunday, April 20th and 21st. The newpresiding ,l- ) I
:Master Theodore Travis met with in town on Monday.Mr. \ establishing
i a severe -
Rev. J. G. A. Martin, 1 ,the general health is Florida .
I : and painful accident on Monday will preach Saturday at 2 p. m.; also Sab- N. Downey made a business trip to to establish the local I M

-'I : which will confine him to the house for bath at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Sunday Cocoa one day this week. womanly health.Dr. i- y- 1 and

; many days. He, with a companion, was school 10 a. m. Sacramental service at Dr. Peek and party have returned froma Pierce's Favorite I 7-iA : \Western

it fishing off the rocks just north of Oleander close of morning. preaching Love feast week's cruise down the river. Prescription cures

t' ,'i : point and somehow, no one knows 6:30: p..m. Sabbath; Quarterly conference womanly diseases heats(

;i : just how, he caught.his feet in the rocks Saturday at 3 p. m. Everyone is invitedto Mr. and Mrs. H'ra. YanSchaick left on which underminethe

: a' ; and broke loose the ligaments from the all of these services. Monday for their northern home. establishes general health.It .' I of allKinds.

J 'j. heels of both his feet. He tried to get Mr. W. I. Metcalf, of West Palm regu-

I. : 'J home by crawling along the bank when COUUTE AY. Beach, was in town one day last week. larity, drains dries, enfeebling heals- .- V. .

, Mr. Hatch and Mr. Taylor came along Our beaneries are crying for water. Miss E. J. Lee, of Melbourne Beach, inflammation and
. j and they picked him up and carried him ulceration and cures
has been time in Cocoa.
spending some I
Emmet Field has been in
town break-
to Dr. Hughlett's office. The doctor sent female weakness. Titusville, Florid

' for the boy's father, S. F'Travis. who ing Samuel S.'s new charger.Big Mr. Harry Gates arrived from Chicago When these are cured, backache, head-

&v \ got'a carriage and took him home. The scrub fires have burnt off the back Tuesday, and will spend his vacation ache and nervousness are things of the

fi: doctor is treating him and in time hopes country for several miles. No damaged with his sister, Miss Eva. past.and sickly The universal women, cured testimony by "Favorite of weak BOBBINSGRAHAM

& :)0 that: the ligaments will heal to their ne except the burning the chateau The Misses Lyon, of Waukegan, Ills., Prescription," is this : "It has made me

of proper places and he will again growl formerly occupied by S. D. Geiger.Mr. left for St. Augustine on Tuesday after feel like a new woman." &

: strong. It is a curious accident and a spending weeks at Hotel Carleton.Mr. ft wife '
\ T. H. Sanders is suffering terribly some My has used three bottles of Dr.Pierce's '
: but the talented doctor is medicine and I never saw such results,"writes
i peculiar. case, with blood poison in his hands; they be- E. P. Branch had the painful mis- A. B. Haynes, Esq., of Aurora Lawrence Co. co.
( .{' equal to it.I Mo. "It was wonderful in its work. We hadused (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00.
ing swelled to three times normal size. fortune to run a rusty nail in his side, ) .
lots of
medicine also had one of the best
ROCKLEDGE. We have not finished shipping oranges which laid him up for several days, but physicians in Aurora,but my wife got no better; This company owns lands -
I ; -. Miss Annie Thomas, left yet. There will be 5,000 boxes markedin we are glad to report he is able to be up and we heard night one A friend pitiful handed groan after me a another copy of, day Dr. in the Indian River Country i
on Monday
again.Mr.. Pierce's book the Common Sense Medical Adviser
a narrow belt a mile and one-half longon on the St. Lucie River
and after
for1acksonville. reading the testimonials of Dr. ,
, .. .,'. '. the river north of us, and two little : Hollingsworth and family, who Pierce's successful treatment, and seeing that at New River, and on Biscayne E
Mr. Horace Shares left Saturday for a the cases described were similar to my wife's. I
; groves a short distance south that shipped have occupied Mr. Gibbs' cottage on New bought for her a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Bay.
x ; } visit at Daytona ere he leaves for the 2,500 boxes., People afflicted with the Haven avenue for the past winter, .left Prescription. Before she had taken all of the
: north: itch need further south home in Fairmount medicine she was up and helping to do the PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send
: citrus go no to for their Ind., on work. She has taken three bottles and is now .

; Mr. A. D. Baldwin has been 'laid 'op find the ideal orange section.PynyBalsam Monday.The had about for well. Has" better health than she has for land list

lfi -= ''' ,. with rheumatism bnt he is again able to Stops the Tickling, steamer Spartan carried the follow Dr. Pierce's years. Pleasant Pellets cure con OFFICES AT .

>> J be about.. ing jolly to Eau Gallie Tuesday TITTJSVILLE
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,' THE", FLORIDA B ARFR., .YAPRIL, :19, 1901.! F 6' 14
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,, um mln PROOUDlKGt Is Florida's Climate Enervating? Hood's '" '

From the Florida- Industrial Record. Sarsaparilla Jas. Pritchard & Son r .
.Lawmakers Hare 'Settled Down Let it be judged by its works Has won success farbeyond the effect ,
by the
1 of ,
'to Effective TYork. work that men' 'do under advertising only. t '
its inspiration. The true secret of its wonderful Headquarters l,' *, "
i The legislature,, of Florida. has settled In the south the plantation and rail- larity is explained entirely and pop only for. ... .::<
down' to'earn t, effective"work much'earlierthan' road laborers do not measure., up well by,its unapproachable Merit.,. '

is usually,the case, and the alongside,the sturdy, red- heeked'ditchers Based ,upon a prescription whicl: ; :A''

indications are' that many important and, farm hands, of the, north, for 'cured, people considered incurable; HARDWARE HT
measures will have,-careful consideration 'laboring, ,men with J backbone do not,generally : which' accomplished wonders astonish
ing to the
and prompt'action..: ,The matter of carry- gravitate to a region where, labor medical profession, ,

ing'concealed weapons is receiving much is mostly of a sable hue; bat take an ac i Hood's SarsaparillaIncludes .

attention'and a determined' effort is be climated immigrant or a native Floridian ...Tinware, Crockery... 4i
ing made to check this growing evil with Who is not working'on a "caitiff stint," the'concentrated values of the "

out encroaching upon the: constitutional but bath given hostages to fortune by beet-known vegetable remedies;, united STOVES ti ", ,
rights of citizens. marriage and paternity, swinging his by such an original and peculiar combination .:.. -,, .
A special joint, committee home-building axe in the woods with, proportion and process as to '. ::: ,
excellent gentlemen, has been, composed appointed orI I' muscles his hard and clear in'this denser air, secure cures,curative of mild power and peculiar extreme to itself.Its casw. Boat, Goods, Paints and Oils, I .

to consider the question of improvements appetite whetted sharply by the pen- of scrofula, eczema, psoriasis, and and '

to the present state capitol building. Two etrating odor of newlysplit timber and every ,kind and degree of humors, ai '
general plans; are suggested, viz., to erect the bitter tonic of resinous smoke-at well as catarrh and rheumatism-prove "

a separate building,for the supreme courtrooms night his emptied dinner pail leaves, behind Hood's Sarsaparilla Wflflfl1NWAPT.. :
library; ana, railroad.. commission no many blet.'wing J? stomps and" smoking -- -,- y w '-"' ......,. ,...." ..... y y ...L..L..L. '- .lI..ttI .
which is'.to be fireproof. This will in-, brush piles as would its fellow in the the'best blood.purifier ever produced.Its .
Write for prices. j jTITUSVILLE
north. cures biliousness
sure dyspepsia, ,
the of
safety the books I
records, In nervousness, loss of appetite and that I
and will allow a life-long experience as a farmer FLORIDA .
the rooms now'used tired ,
by the writer feeling make it the greatest stom- .
;;; the supreme court and the library to be has employed scores of labor ach tonic, nerve-builder and strength- f Box 212. .
used for legislative,committee rooms, and ers-for thirty years on a broad river restorer the world has ever known.' f }
for other offices.' farm in the north, and half as long in .c

The other is Florida. He never expected a man to 'Hood's'arsaparilla :,'" .
plan to add two
wings to
the present building, and to run a make a silk purse out of a sow's ear, but Is a thoroughly good medicine. Begin John R. Walker & Co. i

. :' large,dome in the center of the present up he knew the "struck bushel" of ten to take it TODAY. Get HOOD'S.
main building. hours' labor when he saw it, having personally -

I Much favorable comment is heard on filled the measure of it many a Charges For" Storing Baggage.' ALL THE SEASON'S LATEST EFFECTS IN DRESS GOODS. ,1.
rounded it. It was the decreeof
Mr.$10,000 Flagler' the generous erection of offer to donate a revered progenitor who put hickory The various transportation companieshave Batiste Brilliant, ill ? f

a gymnasiumfor into his work, that the extraction of wal- arranged for a uniform schedule of
the agricultural college at Lake Dimity Diaphani, Cp FllIll1tllre
condition City, nut roots during vacation should recoup charges for storage of baggage, which t H
; on maintain It.that the state gives $2,500to the expenses of the Greek roots. And will go into effect the first of next month. Andora Silks ,--d V!

in Florida he has omitted no dogma of These are the ,charges: Baggage remain- Organdies, 1111 II I
A bill has been introduced to -.
place the
muscular wiregrass philosophy, whether ing in baggage room'si first twenty-four lilt
x: telegraph lines in the state in the hands hours free for second twenty-four hoursor Furniture
expounded with six-inch drain tile or a. ; Percales, Dimities
of the'railroad
commission. This wouldbe "Planet, Jr." When he first settled in fraction thereof, 25 cents; for each ad- :
a new departure in this state and the Florida he employed negro labor as mat- ditional day, 10 cents; for nine days and Ducks, PI qua, Etc. i iUMiU

nt result is awaited with .interest., .. ter of principle: subsequently ..1I has,.' up to one month, $1; for each additional C81..118.nW .,,h''' il. liii I I SODA WATER, ICE CREAM.
The indications are mat willbe white'labor -- additional "'4U1&A' '" J 4 U4 Uli3UCU ICJ ... ICJ f j :
something employed as a matter of month, $1; for each day after Ot- TOB.CCOSXD CIGARS.
done for the relief of the supreme profit. first month.10 cents. ,Baggage arriving ill t:::::I ,

x court, which is now several years behind Nobody can tell this present writer between the hours of 3 p. m. Saturdayand MILLINERY m >r AH the novelties in .i ;

with its dockets. A commission will that a sound-lunged American, who will 3 p. m. Sunday will be held without '

probably be formed for temporary relief "purge and leave sack and live cleanly," charge until 3 p. in. Monday. This rule Pattern Hats, Shapes, BELTS, TIES and NECKWEAR .

'. and an amendment to the constitution even though a semi-tropical sun may will also apply to legal holidays. Pack- Sailors, Trimmings, iQ+ 1I I ?t'

looking an increase in the number of have burned him tawny and as lean and age storage charges, 10 cents per piecefor All Kinds. STANDARD, WHEELER & WILSON ';
the judges will in all likelihood be hours fraction thereof. -3
pro tough as a pinwire, cannot accomplish as twenty-four or DOMESTIC, and WHITE Sewing machines -
posed to be voted on at the general election much chopping, plowing and ditching as SHOES T OTIO T S. =y:r I cash or installment. t +

: next year. There is also a disposi- in the north. He has done it himselftoo I A Deep Mystery. --.......... -.J e-# Hail well 1
as as personal business solie- :
tion to provide for the ultimate increase
often-even crowding more betweensun It is a mystery why women endure
in the number of circuit New Line Men'sStraw' ited. Prompt and careful attention .
judges. and sun in a strawberry shippingrush backache, headache, nervousness sleep- =:; 1! k
Several bilk to establish a uniform here than there-to permit himselfto lessness, melancholy, fainting and dizzy Cp BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. ",

book law for public schools are being dis be contradicted.The spells when thousands have proved that Hats Make our store headquarters ;.

cussed, but they do not seem to meet almost ice-cold well water of the Electric Bitters will quickly cure such r Keep up with the procession your: we will use, h.;,.,
troubles. "I suffered for with kid-
: with general favor.A north, gulped: down in the hot hay field, trouble writes Mrs.years Phebe Cherley, TRUNKS, 0 you well.
bill has been introduced in both.' strikes the vitals with partial paralysisand of ney Peterson, la., "and a lame back painedme JEWELRY and m CD JOHN R. WALKER & CO, '
:'- senate and house to change the name of the brain with sunstroke. The bland so I could not dress myself, but Elec- RIBBOXS. c/a
: Mosquito lagoon and Hillsborough riverto and tepid waters of Florida, though distasteful tric Bitters wholly cured uie, and, although rn I Titusville, Fla. ,,

Indian River North. Referred to committee at first to the newcomer, lave the 73 years old, I now am able to do "j ,

--x on commerce and navigation.A body with a flooding perspiration whichis all my housework." It overcomes constipation ....
resolution was introduced in the sen- cooling and refreshing to the system in improves appetite, gives perfect Dr. S. W. Carroll. W. E. Goldsmith. t t

ate Monday calling for the appointment its after effect?. Then at evening, aftera health. Only 50c at Wilson & Son's and CARROLL & GOLDSMITH
J. B. Screven's drug store. 3
of a joint committee of twelve to investi- bath and a change of linen sitting .

the acts and doings of the board of with his the veranda
gate family on breezy For Over Fifty Years Staple and Fancy GROCERIES !
commissioners of state institutions about his system cooled and tranquilized, as he MBS. WINSLOW'S hoOTHiNG SYRUP has been '
-.' bids for and rumored lease of convicts can never know who knows only the used for over fifty years by millions of mothers --- -- I[

t : since Jan. 1st, 1901, and t.o. report its stale parboiling of his flesh in a Turkish success.for their Itsoothes children the while child teething softens with the perfect gams, Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Titasville Florida. ,aTin
allays all pain,cures wind colic and Is the best Glass and Crockery Ware., I I "' r'
findings as soon as possible.The bath, he enjoys an hour of deep and remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor j
We solicit Mail orders attended to.
board, which consists of the governor large content.No little sufferer Immediately. Sold by DruggistsIn your patronage. promptly .
every part of the world. Twenty-five centsa ,
-, and his six cabinet officers, held a the hand that pens this paragraph bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins- -- ---

lengthy conference Monday night, and it acknowledges no abatement of its natural low's Soothingsyrup"and take no other KindI E. L. BRADY & BRO. : .

is thought that the matter was extensively force after fifteen unbroken years of Flor- Know One Sure Remedyfor ,

discussed.L ida life. The denser air has recovered an obstinate cold. Its name is Pvnv-Balsam. -. -.. -- ..
--- --- -- -
The proceedings of both houses Monday sundry lapsed years and has stemmed '

were largely of a routine nature, the the current of age, holding in check its ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Dealers In. Groceries Grain and Hay ,

lower branch especially making excellent advances.But \
progress in reducing its calendar. there is one condition that must
be rigorously observed in order that these
felicitous results attend. The man We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusivelyin
may the above lines of goods. and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on
Postoffice outfit consisting of combi- who desires the acme of muscular and Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E L. BRADY & BRO.,TITUSVILLE, FLA.

nation luck Ixixes general delivery and intellectual vigor must avoid proximity -- - --

money order \\ii.dow complete, cheap to considerable bodies of fresh water at The 5 Minute Breakfast food. JAMES PKITCHARD President. W.M. BROWN, Vice-President. C. S. SCHUYLEK, Cash let
L for cash. Inquire Mrs. M. A. Scriingeour, least during the summer. Otherwise he j

Titusville. will experience a lassitude, a dread of exertion Purina Health Flour

which will deter him from accomplishing 4f" M a.te.r .S INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.County

OAK HILL. his best and bring many an hour "BRAIN BREAD.1PURINA

> Capt. 1':. :S. Coolant comes over to Oak of plain, vacuous worthlessness, not brilliant -
,MILLS ST. LOUIS. MaO Depository. t
Hill now in his: 1It'\\ naphtha launch, and inspired loafing as of the lotus- -----

doesn't mind if the wind is ahead. !eaters, "where, it is always afternoon" Authorized Capital,$100,000.
but sodden drowsing, which will impairhis
Married in irwnxille, Fla., April 15th self-respect in his lucid hours. Let ? lEREB6 hS Paid up Capital, $ 25,000

Mr. Alonzo T. Fountain, of Oak Hill, L ( EASILY. Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS -E4
the Floridian, if possible, shun the freshwaters llaunq.hKs a&nglnNsCASTINGS
and Miss Sallie: Johnson, of Greenville. .(sled
at least from sunset to sunrise, or A
Mrs. E. A. Marsh has returned from else he will discover that the invisible it 'F CAWlAEEtBlCVtU MARINE STATIONARY ENEJNESm .

the hospital in St. Augustine, and we are and treacherous humidity is, as is alleged 6AS[ 8ENERATQR ate i.JO tu.'C5J rfAL'V S. General Banking Business.

happy to say is fast regaining her health of the climate "debilitating." The airs .. .a !BOAT FRAMES '

and strength. of interior Florida are keen as a knife; [GERE UnSffiEWKiBRANDRARO&MiGHa Largest and Oldest

; Mr. and :Mrs. Pembroke Pitt who have along the edge of large fresh waters theyare Bank on the River

r been visiting Mrs. Pitt's father, Mr. T. B. dull as a plantation hoe. Exchange Bought and Sold on -

for Baltimore, :Md.,
Allen left on Sunday
all Foreign Countries. ,
For Annexation.
where they reside. Little Show t
service, ( Y
Patronage appreciated. Prompt
Miss Eloise Montgomery, who has been From what can be learned there are polite treatment and every favor consistent .,
spending the winter with Miss Brooks few if any friends in the Florida legis- with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS <, f 4

.t.-. Curry, left on Monday for her home in lature favorable to the ceding of what is I : .t>

Birmingham, Ala. known as West Florida to Alabama, but Seaboard National Bank of New York, f -
it would seem that there are many in and National Bank of Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. George
:Mr. E. A. Marsh'sfor Alabama, and that active measures are TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. 1
son, who have been at being hatched in that state, to be smo- ,
weeks left for their
the two ,
past thered in Florida, for annexation.: The

home in Springfield,Mass., last Friday. legislature of Alabama was hoodooed in- GEO. N. HATCH :: :: t

the ___,______ ,
Mrs. Julius{ Moulton, after a pleasant to passing an act authorizing governorof n_ .
'j here Saturday for that state to appoint a commission to
winter in Eldora, left Dealer in
the confer with a Florida commission as to ryc1' General Merchandise
y her St. Louis home, stopping by way ,
brother Mr. R.Messrs. terms of annexation, but it may turn outthgt
with her ,
in New
Smyrna .......
,1"nn no. commission will be authorized or PROTECTION. consistin2! of everythingusually ___
SQT" --- .
"vu. Governor Jennings takes no kept in a ROCKLEDGE, FLA. '!
Whiteford L. Gause and J. T. appointed. Your home needs more substantial protec- 1 store,..?.
stock in such scheme. hose and fire engine. .
any tion than is given by a
Brooks have opened a blacksmith shop, Last Friday Governor Samford, of Ala- Your best plan is to j

and are ready to repair wagons, shoe of bama, in accordance with the act of the INSURE AGAINST FIRE! Bond Lumber Ca
fI horses, etc. Can also furnish new sets legislature of that state, appointed W. L.
wheels very reasonably. It is a good Samuel Black- A policy in a fire insurance company will '!
Martin of Montgomery,
Hill and we wish them cost you only a small amount per year, and On hand and Constantly Arriving, .
for Oak R. C. Jones of
thing and
well, of Decatur, provide you with the means to build a new

success. Camden, a commission on the part of home,should your present one bum. st .LU1\lIBER. i
Alabama to confer with a similar com- ACCIDENTS!
Old Soldier's Experience. II mission from Florida.She INSURE AGAINST Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts, ,' ,
: civil war veteran, of bound to happen, be you ever
;: M. M. Austin a wife was They are Bean, Orange, Cabbage and Tomato Crates, h
writes "My careful. '
Winchester, Ind., : Mask so
Brick Lime Cement Etc.
i'; Sick a long time in spite of good doctor'streatment hidden by INSURE YOUR LIFE! I
:.' ." but was wholly cured by Dr.King's But her beauty was completely Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South" will deliver
i-- : ,
; : New Life Pills, which worked sores blotches and pimples till she usedBucklen's For you must die. Then what about your anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right. l J
Then '
. Arnica Salve. they vanished -

wonders. ,Try for them.her health.Only 25c" They at Wilson alwaysdo. & as will carbuncles all eruptions and felons fever sores from, family.c. s. SCHUYLER, Be>:n.d L-u.D:1: bar CVs

Son's and J. B. Screven's drug stores. ,3 its boils use., ulcers Infallible, for cuts, corns, burns, Titusville Fla. S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager, #,.

Woodare scalds and piles. Cure guaranteed. 25c blotters for distribution. Titusville, I Florid.a.s fi
the Northern Calendars
Balsams from at Wilson &Son's and J. B. Screven's. 3
in Pyuy-BAlsam; ,the certain cure for,coughs.

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,:-,$,i '_ I ,.' ;, _. THE 'FLORIDA ,STAR : FRIDAY_ ,APRIL 19, 1901. -- : : {{

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f .. t :- ....:."
was selected l as the jiexl place of meet- \r ff"
.. THE'JLQnIDA STAR American: Cop D ferlders.In't pa ; ',: ",
ing by the following-vote: Tampa,. 24;
rest in, yachting 'matterajs St. U) -Ocala 1. > ;!
r1Ys .Entered at the postoffice Titosville M.. ; .
t:4 .second-class mail matter. getting to-ibe .of.national concernas.thetimeapproachesTor 'The 'moat interesting discussion that ;

+ [i ;, .the ins sprang np at the session was concerning 'i.,;'

: Ems :K..Wager, editor,and Publisher. ternational p races this: looming ethics. Dr. Frank Caldwell, who is FOWPE I; .

: chairman of the c committee on ethics; re-.
Thom ported a case .wherein a physician was ,
launch Shamrock tomorrow
4 > ;.1.50 PER,ANNUM;' J new! called in consultation. The patient did .. E .
,." '
.75" CElfTS, .FOB SIX. MONTHS.. ,X while the., ,Constitution-- not recover as rapidly,as de- aad wholesome ",
r the of Herreshoff will and Makes the food more deltcknis
k : JdrertUlnR. Kate Furnished on new design ;: sired, the attending physician was

Application come off'the;, ways about the last dismissed by telephone and the consult- IIO'IAt PAlcac POWOn co..REM Y'OtIL .4. -

": ..- ... of the month. '_ ing physician placed in charge of the ,.
that neitherTH.z
It mast be clearly understood .
case. The attending physician failed to ...
STAR nor its editor responsible for connection' with'tlle,Constitution ':
expressed by correspondents. I get the message, and when.he called the
opinions .t
her NOTICE. W. P.Underwood E.M. Breese
it is said that designer'hasa
I next day he found the
consulting physician C. B. Magruder F. H..Warner ,
': s" Subscribers will confer a favor on THE I his sleeve which he Notice is hereby given that the petition
secrelup by
in Wrighf
charge of the case. This J. S.Coats Peter
{ of failure to ques- ti
STAB if they will any 1 published below will be presented to the :
= receive thcir'paper. i can increase the boat's speed five tion caused considerable discussion;but Board of Public Instruction of Brevanl county E C.E.L.Cook Geiger James Geo. Gingras L. Wilson ;

'minutes in a thirty-mile race if it the matter was .finally disposed 'of by at a speeial session of the board to be heldat C. Hammond E. C. Johnson

: ALTHOUGH Key West 'is farther is referring it back to the committee on Titusville .on the 11th day of May, A. D. A. S. Cleveland B. F.Hardesty .!
tv. necessary I 1901. .
ethics. G. B. Hall James Morrow :
from the 'mainland of this state ,Mr. Lawson's boat, designed byCrativninshield I To the Board of Public Instruction of Bre- Jas. A. Groves R. A. Hardee .
The resolution
than the Isle of Pines is from Cuba, following was submitted'- : Tard County: S Kitching Alex SloanM.E.HaIl
,- to be styled the and passed by the association:' The undersigned qualified electors that paya E. B.

anybody :who might suggest that\ Independence, will shortly be "Whereas, This association has been tax on real personal property and are G. A.Spratt Braddock W. A. Lowder

Key West is .not 'a. part of theUnited launched in Boston, and arace between informed through the extended exposition : county residents below in described the sub-divISion petition your of Brevard honorable Ivey Lawson B. Hardee. .

KT .., States would be considered these two craft will be of ,the state health officer of the advantages bdy to order an election to be held in Alex.C. J. Schoonmaker Dyal B.Wm.N.Andrews Hindle

an idiot.. Nevertheless there is a and blessings of ,Tortugas as a the territory herein described, to determine Joseph Dossey Yarey Lundy
brought about ,as soon possible whether such subdivision of the county shall
quarantine station and of the futility of Brown James Tarrel :
clause in the "Platt
become a special tax school district for the -
to determine which 4is the faster
Edward Arnold C. B. Jones
the as or naval
a military
; of levying and collecting a district
Cuba purpose
which practical1y'orders toT
P. B. Berrel McDaniel .,
and better boat be it school tax..for the exclusive use of public I .Beasley,rI.I1: : i '..::1 n -
restrain all claim to the Idle of free schools within the said district, and to til1LLWGLVY.uw. '- 411CULir
If the Independence should by this association, which Clayton J.E. Rainey
elect three to be school trustees of I
Pines. As Key West is a part of the health interests' persons B.T. Smith Lars '
. prove the faster a means will read- represents of the said district, and to authorize the sum of Jorgensen -

Florida, it seems to us th&t it ily be'found to make her a de- people' of Florida, That we enter our three mills, maximum tax, to he levied upon Chri&toffer Christensen Dan Sloan ,
cup E. B.Arnold F. }I. ForestW.
ought to hold] good that the Isle of fender the fact earnest protest against the change of the the property within said district for the next P. Arnold R.A. Conkling
+ 'notwithstanding two years after the forming of said specialtax
purposes of the location from its only P. A. McMillan T. A.
Cuba. Campbell
Pines is a part of district, for the exclusive use of public
that her owner is .
not- a member. of proper use as a beneficial sanitary safe- free schools therein. Jones G. S. Hardee '",

>J the'New York, Yacht. club. guard into a man-killing, moneymakingand The boundaries of the proposed special tax G eo. N. Hatch A. L. Hatch ,.
. WITH unconscious' satire the school be J. J. White Tom F. Bell.
district to as follows subject to
pension producing establishment .
Orowinshield has gone to great socalled A. S. Dixon N M. Fish <
amendment by the Board of Public Instruc- :
:1 Pullman company assigned for the extremes ,in his design, the'Independence a naval station, and that in the interests tion before ordering the election as is per- Frank' Lipp Albert A. Taylor

use of President McKinley on his of the states of Texas, Louisiana, mitted by law: E. B. Holmes M. }!. Ramsey
a greater bulk of 3 1. M. McLeod Samuel Childs
All that of Brevard
and part county lying
Georgia and
the our own
forthcoming trip across' con overhang and flatness of floor than state and north of a line running west from north line Fred Fisher E. W. Dunn
directly other indirectly
I tinent a private coach having the of W. F. Dixon's grove to St. John's river John Henry C. Graves
- has ever been attempted on boatsof we, as a medical society and as and from same north line to Indian river F. C. Poppell J. T. JenkinsG.
<..- name "Imperial" painted on its such 'water line length. This citizens of the United States, most anxiously thence southeasterly in said river to the F. Paddison S. K. Watts

: .' sides in large gold letters. The has of and respectfully appeal to the south boundary of township 24 thence east C. L. Taylor H. R. Olmstead '
conception proven great to Atlantic ocean. W. J. Nesbitt J.M. EnnisD.
:,, committee in charge looked at the value on the smaller classes of senators and members* of congress of A. Ramsey S. CarpenterJ.

' : L; car and found it royally furnished, Florida to use their influence to force the Tom Johnson E. W. Hall N. Chalker J. C. Beyer
and S. G. L. A.
it would hold YanlanduighamJ. Brady
yachts to
A. W.
return of W. W. Otwell
! : Tortugas from the control of .
but the name was entirely too suggestive L. Brady H. J. EggerW.
good in the case of Independenceif the; navy department to the treasury department N. Hendry Julius Kline

so the car was declined her construction will be such as that the islands may be set D. B. Pritchard R. R. Pyles NOTICE.

_' F -. and ordered on a sidetrack. A W. E. Goldsmith F. S. ChaffeeL. Notice is hereby given that the petition
to meet the great strain of the apart as a safeguard for the gulf and
L. R. Decker. E. Mims, Jr. published below will be presented to the
second .car was chosen, having the enormous rig she will carry. It South Atlantic ports against yellow fever, J. G. Bast S. W. Carroll Board of Public Instruction of Brevard coun

.; name. "Olympia." That name sug and for the prompt succor of distressed J. B. Screven G. F. Duren.A. ty at a special session of the board to be heldat
will be continuation of
and the glories of Ma : simply a seam n, so long as quarantinable diseases A. A. Stewart S. Norwood Titusville on the 11th day of May, A. D. .
gests Dewey '
Ellis B. Wager T.T.WetmoreN. TOLThe
the American idea of high power threaten the .
hence is all comfort and lives of our ,L. G. Tuten King undersigned
nila bay; it right. qualified electors that pay
boats which has been "
.. ., so greedily people. John Eberwein J. W. Griffis a tax on real or personal property and are
adopted by the English designers M. Griffis 0. A. Stewart residents in the sub-division of Brevard
- : Two of the most important questions ROSELAND. J. Z. Kyzer Joseph Warren county below described, petition your honor-
S F before the since the defeat of their cutter Mr. W. P. Underwood made business J. W. Montgomery 0. C. Hansen able body to order an election to be held in
: present legislatureare models slow in R. M. Singleton J. Boyed the territory herein described to determine
only they are ::
go- trip; Melbourne last
week in the interests
the convict lease question and John Coward Jno. H. Sams whether such subdivision of the county shall
ing to the extremes that Herreshoff of his gas engine business. M. S. Sams Daniel J. LaRocheF. become a special tax school district for the

& 4 that of carrying concealed wea and Crowninshield have adopted. The engine formerly used by Mr. H. F. W. LaRoche B. LaRoche purpose of levying and collecting a district
demand the most R. J. LaRoche G. It Gardner school tax, for the exclusive of
They use public
pons. The.Shamrock II will have her B. Howard to operate his sawmill here J. D. Ennis T A. JohnsonW. free schools within the said district and to

7: careful and deliberate consideration first contest with her namesake has been removed by parties who are N. Chaudoin Andrew Froscher elect three persons to be school trustees of

x of those delegated to represent taking it to Ft. Drum. L. A. Coleman J. Mendel said district and to authorize the sum of
about the first week in May. The R. W. Rhodes J. P. Sawtelle three mills maximum tax, to be levied
the people. Every week Mr. S. 0. Boone and his men have puta F. A. A. the upon
J yes, Constitution do her Losley Hadley property within said district for the next
can tuning
= sometimes day people are up metal roof on the pump house here. H. T. Titus Geo. M. RobbinsB. two years after the forming of said special
every alongside the Columbia while the R. Wilson Wm. M. Brown tax district for the
''S.. Owing to short water supply the rail- use of public
being killed by persons who have C. S. Schuyler J. Marion Dixon free schools therein.
Independence will have to do the
to revolver No road company has put down four more J. Wilson C. D. Flood The boundaries of the proposed special tax A V
no right a
carry best she can to develop herself un- wells, Mr. J. G. Home having charge of G. Griffis J. T. Davis school district to be as follows, subject to

member of the legislature should, til she meets with the Constitutionand the work. Chas. L. Nichols Chas. Alexander amendment by the Board of Public Instruction -

think for a moment that he will Albert Faber Wm. E. Faber before ordering the election, as is per-
Columbia in the trial races in MIJIS. Fred II. Black J. P. Brown mitted by law:
be excused in the discharge of his Jalma Lapham John E. Field All that part of Brevard county lying southof

duty if this or the convict lease July. Epworth League Sunday at 7:30 p. in. S. J. Field Geo.J. Mercier a line beginning at the nw corner of south,
Americans feel quite sure this Miss Newland, of Maytown, is visiting Geo. E. Chester W. H. Cresson half of township 31 south, range 35 east and
;. question should be dropped. The friends here. Wm. H. Sharpe B. F. Beal running east to Indian river thence south-
t of concealed year that the cup is safe. With J. J. Joyner E. E. Swinson easterly in river to south boundary of town

carrying weaponshonld such interest as has been developed The infant son of Mr. R. I. Herndon S. Hendry A. J. Carter ship 31, range 39, thence east to Atlantic
be 'suppressed by severe is quite ill. Dr. Rollins is in attendance. F. H. Boye A. :M. Wingate ocean.
and much valuable
experience Andrew E. Edminson
and. the convict lease There will be M. B. Daniels P. Nelson
penalties, a neighborhood picnic
E. S. Smith Chas. H. WaltonM.
as has been derived in the Charles Gibbon
system should be done away withif seventy- and fish-fry at the river Saturday, April M. F. Goldsmith Goldsmith W. L. Keefer J.Geo.R.Sears Leatherman ;
foot class the past year we can well 20th. J. P. Goldsmith P. Puckett G. W.
King J.
t. Bell
possible. S. N. Gladwin W. F. Futch
; ,.. nigh class ourselves as invincible. There will be service at the church John Myers S. J. Norton J.A.T.C. Dittmar T. J. O'Brien

- u Sunday morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. H. Holton Sam Futch Beville F. C. Stetson
A. B.
IN the annual report of State Jacksonville Gets the Fair. Daiger. F. A. Morgan Henry Walton A. A. Lowry Ford W.J. F.H.Bell Harris ;;
Minor S. Jones A. D. .
It Superintendent Sheats the somewhat Jacksonville was selected as the location ':\lrs. Chamberlin returned from Bona John R. Walker 1) D. Penney GauldenJas. C.E.P.L.Platts Brown W. J. Bass ;

remarkable statement is made venture where she Pritchard H. B. Summerlin
Tuesday, has been E. W. Joyner
and Nov. 19th to 22n l inclusive as W. T. Hayes A. Y. W. Hogg
that "the education of the negroesof the date for the state fair, at the meetingof spending a few days with her friend, Clarence Summerlin E.C. Summerlin

Middle Florida does the hoard of Mrs. R. E. :Mims.: NOTICE. J.S. Keen A. M. Sample
3 not cost the directors of the State Fair Lewis Harris
E. C. Walker
white people of that section one association, held in Tallahassee last week. Postoffice Inspector Glasscock spent Notl-e is hereby given that the petition W. W. Layport W. H. Wigfield
The meetings of the hoard Friday here inspecting the postoffice. published below will be presented to the S. T. Hughes Andrew ,
were Christiansen
Middle Florida presided
it will be
Board of Public Instruction of Brevard
D. ,
He seemed much pleased with the condi E. Austin Mads Sogaard .
over George W. Wilson of Da-
borne in mind, is the "black belt" hy tion of the office. county at a special session of the board to beheld
val county. Other members presentwere at Titusville on the 11th day of May,
of the state. The superintendentgives L S. H. Gaitskill and F. E. Harris of Mr. Chas. Emmons and daughter, Miss A. D. 1901. Weekly Weather Report.U. .

figures of incomes and apportionments Marion county;; D. A. Danley, of Chip- Ella, after a stay of three months at To vard the county Board :of Public Instruction of Bre .S. DKPABTMEXT: OF AGRICULTURE WEATHER t

for the colored schools ley; H. E. Hose, Osceola; G. P. Ilealy, Mime, left for their home in New York The undersigned qualified electors that paya BUBEABT

J r which show that "the schools for of Yolnria; Prof. II. E. Stockbridge, of city Wednesday. Their departure i is tax on real or personal property and are and Comparative rainfall for statement the week of temperatures
r Columbia B. H. McLin of Lake and much regretted by all. residents in the sub-division of Brevard ending Tuesday
; April 16. 1901.
negroes in Middle Florida not onlyare county below described petition your honorable I I
burden G. L. Taber, of Glen St. Mary. body to order an election to be held in 1901 1900 i
no upon the white citizen Propositions were read from Tampa Crop Reports the territory herein described to determine DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. ,

?, but $4,527 contributed for Ocala Sanford and Jacksonville.! After Rockledge. Very and whether such sub-division of the county shall Apr." .10. 76 60 80 69
dry tree 11.
young : become 78 56 79
a special tax school district for the 70
[ r negro schools from other sources considerate discussion as to the propositions are beginning to suffer for rain.-H. S,. purpose of levying and collecting a district "" 12. 77 63 79 70

.\ : p. ; was in some way diverted into the and the availability of the variou Williams. school tax. for the exclusive use of public 13. 75 68 82 70

. ... white schools." If white schools points for holding the fair, Senator C. B. Osteen. Xo rain and crops beginning 'I' free schools within the said district and tt 15.14. 75 81 55 67 74 68
elect three
to be school 79 71
persons trustees of
,t Rogers appeared behalf of the Jacksonville "
f :.n in that section are.backward, therefore on to puffer; fruit trees doing well.-A. T. I said district and to authorize the sum of : 16. 79 59 80 72
hoard of trade, making a specific c Total rainfall for the
Patillo. week.
three mills maximum tax to be levied T.
: it cannot be charged to the proposition that Jacksonville would subscribe the property within said district for the next Departure from the normal rainfall for the

.s K. presence of the negro schools. $5,000 ,to the capital stock and furnish I Ion Georgiana.ItltvK 1j:1nfl..: .._ Rain will..... Vvr is needed';,,;no.1,_garden.Tn",,,,,,. 11White. .n two_. ..1 years: '_:n.after n_ .1.n the_forming__1....'_._ of___said, ,..specialUJ.A. u. .. week Denartnrp., minus rrom_.49 inch.nnr",1 ....;_..n11 _:___ T._
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...... sitt"r the fair -ne-- vv 'uunu.- umiici. lUl cue c-itiusivc use Ul PUOHC MWBAUU* AUiUiCMl O1UVC: JttU
-- grounds. free schools therein. I 1, 19 -plus 3.29 inches.

ANOTHER terrible board of directors then proceeded: to ballot Malabar. I The boundaries of the proposed special tax HAL P. HARDEN
Wa.rm and
says and Jacksonville was selected by a cloudy, but no school district to be as follows, subject to Observer Weather Bureau.
the Atlanta Constitution, must be vote of 7 to 2. rain; beans and peppers being shipped.J. amendment by the Board of Public Instruction Jupiter Fla., April 16. 1901.

' '' i scored to the account of the con- It was decided to issue a notice that F. Farley. before ordering the election as is permitted -

' venient pistol. Two men, both the county advisory board would meet Jupiter. Dry week and truck damaged All that by law part: of Brevard county that is Tot Causes Night Alarm.

good citizens men of and in Jacksonville on :May: 24th to considerthe citrus trees and pineapples wouldbe bounded on the north by a line running west "One night my brother's baby was

peace details of the field work in the different benefited by rain.-H. P. Hardin. from north line of W. F. Dixon's grove to St. taken with croup," writes Mrs. J. C. Sni-
apparently on the best of terms counties. This Hypoluxo. Some tomatoes John's river and from same line running der, of Crittenden, Ky. "It seemed it
consists of badly rusted
h one east to Indian thence
river would
; with each other southeasterly in strangle before
were we could doc-
together. member from each by cold nights, on lands is said river get a
county, appointed by crop new to the south boundary of township tor
so we it
.. G. gave King's New
; Discov-
. Just what occurred does not looking well 24, thence east to Atlantic
.. seem the county commissioners. A committeeon shipping has begun.A.W. ocean;and boundedon ery, which
gave quick relief and
Garnett. the south by a line beginning at northwest permanently -
clear because of the
entries and
; conflicting premiums was appointed, cured
I ,-' corner of south half of township 31, south, I it. We always keep it in
statements; but one of them now consisting of Messrs. Healy, Gaitskill West Palm Beach.Very dry weather range 35, east running east to Indian river the house to protect our children from

lies dead, and the other is in jail and Stockbridge. Subscription books for and tomatoes are suffering, pineapplesare thence southeasterly in river to the south croup and whooping cough. It cured me
stock will be opened immediately.There not growing rapidly.-Wallace R. boundary of township 31, range 39, thence of a chronic bronchial trouble that no

. ; charged with killing a fellow man. was a great deal of interest man- Moses. east to Atlantic ocean. ,' other remedy would relieve." Infallible

: It is unnecessary to diicuss the del ifested, with every indication of the fair Flamingo. Tomatoes and eggplantsare Jas. H. White J. W. Bruner for coughs, colds, throat and lung trou-

: tails further than to that if being a great It will be H. K. Hughes A. V. Hiscock bles. 50c and $1. Trial bottles free at
say success. eagerly being shipped, lemons and limes in T. H. Chambers E. Vesey Hall Wilson & Son's and J. B.
,, ,.i_ t. there had been no pistol at hand participated m from every portion of the bloom.-E. R. Bradley. A. B. Carter E. C. Wethy Screven's. 3WANTED.Capable

: there would have been state. Jensen. Bean and Lewis Wagner F. W. Munson
no killing; crop ship- James Tuttle O. V. Pagel reliable person in
t --'Ir the life of a splendid fellow would ments continue, pineapple prospects are J. P. Co per E. E. Mims every county to represent large company of '"
have been the Florida Medical Men. good, fruit trees full of bloom.Mont. S. F. Travis W. L. Hughlett solid financial reputation; |936 salary per :",
spared great sorrow year
S. S. Jones payable weekly
The Florida Medical association in Hardee. John K. Gore ; per day absolutely
,_i which has come to the other and session W. G. Paterson E. P. Porcher sure and all expenses; straight, bona-fide
,t at Jacksonville last week elected the Myers. Having very dry weather; if L. T. Daniel E. F. Jones definite salary no commission; salary paid
to those
dear to him would have each
following officers: no rain soon vegetables will suffer, man- A. W. Hardee A. Z. Dixon Saturday and expense money advanced

't.: _. been averted. There might have President, Dr. J. A. Wakefield, go and avacado pears setting full.-M. M. S.E.A.W.Osteen Hardee J. P. Setze born each street week., Chicago.STANDARD HOUSE 334 Dear _.

:' <' been & quarrel .and even a fight, of Jacksonville; first vice president, M. Gardner. E. B. Stewart Alex.J.A. Booth R. Hodgson ,

,- 'V : but there would have been no kill- D. Blocker, of Chattahoochee; second Miami. Large shipments of tomatoes, W. C. Kitchell John Houston m TOKGAN & LYNCH,

ing. The presence of the pistol is vice president, Dr. George E. Welch, of beans, eggplants, peppers,rain is needed.E. C.E.J.W.Young Goode John E. M. Hodgson REAL ESTATE, AND

[! :-j.... to blame for it all. Another hags J I Palatka. The secretary, Dr. J. D. Fer V. Blackman. Lawrence C. Moore Allen Chas. T.E.McBride Campbell Loans INSURANCE, .

nandez, and the librarian, Dr. E. N. Fort Pierce. Pineapples doing well J. B. Chamberlin F. A. Strahan ] Notary Public,
:.J.c ; :;.-.._._. edy must be charged to its account. I 1 I Trill, hold over for another year. TamS rain much needed.-T. J. O'Brien. B.F.J.L. Mims Whitlock s.A.C.S.T.Wilson Warren Collections, Typewriting, Stenography.

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: ; : 1QUROF JJtNT$ l I M' INllY. ministers">"<'-:will have with them.' their' I :.If troubled with rheumatism._ give --, ",:"-J #" 1'-.

,"- "' secretaries and stenographers: Secretary I Chamberlain's i l- lm"a trial. -It will I Another ; .;
: ;> :. "- :- Hay.will direct foreign affairs not if-it does Lesson ,
WUl"Belt the xstyou a no good
"t' ....... Entire___ Country, ".
: f :: TraeUng_ _..I leaving Dr....Hill, the,.assistant secretary One application will relieve the pain. _ _ _ ;r fin
; About.2 ,o00 )l1e., of state : It also Health. j
1:: '- to see the diplomatic repreSentatives cures sprains and braises in one-
_ _ .
S Cwespqndetce third the time quired by .
of The Florida Star. of the foreign powers ta :any other '
: i ': )V Asmii ,., person In WashIngton Secretary of treatment Cuts, burns, frostbites, quinteey rcL I '. -lumbago-rheu -
" I. April 16-doyernment War pains in the.side and chest, glandular -tired out eelingI -. i
.ai' 60 miles, an' Root,.leaving Colonel his _
hour Sanger, [Ban
fI'; or thereabout! and other swellings are quickly cured indicate disorder in the

' ,;>: ; fl8what,. .. we are. ,to have, for & assistant. ; the nominal acting.secretaryof applying''!IL Every bottle warranted. ( No hope of good -
: f .month or" war, will be In touch with .
:: six, weeks _after:' April 29. the war Price 25 and 50c. Wilson & Son. .while your kidneysare
::. There have been some Instances department and our Insular possessions wrong. They are the strainers of '

:. ., "government In the saddle"' and of by wire. Secretary Hitchcock--will be OAS'1'OD.A.Bean -w : the blood and must be kept right ifyou're

.' .. on 'wheels,? .where. ..the. "goveminent able' to'turn the trip to much advantage ii.J, yj TtlB Kind Yea Hflft AtajS Ecugtl! ,_, to have health. 1
., of'a ;,capital: In the way of.inspecting.the,public domain / Foley's Kidney Cure is guaranteed to .,
; country was quickly moved from Signature 1# make the kidneys right-to put them In per
;{ .. one,, place. to Another, the' forest preserves and national cfThe : feet health. Yon run no risk. It's guar'
: :<: .: stances have .though .these' In parks. Secretary Long will be.In.con: / anteed. Bay a bottle to-day if you're not
: : mainly been during the- feeling right. i.
; : '-tress of stant communication with his bureau W.L.YANCY,Padocah.Ky.,writes:"I had ,-
war or revolution sorrow.of is .
but. the .. yesterday as nothing; II rrNf .
chiefs and of course :will be master of t severe case of kidney disease and three of the
;: spectacle of a government ,equipped in ceremonies that of today is bearable; but that of to- \ best physicians of southern Kentucky treatedII
I .. Its various functions speeding at the Ohio. at the launching of. the morrow is gigantic, because indistinct- \\ \\\.c ,I me Foley's without Kidney success.Cure. I The was first induced bottle to gate try ...,
-r rate ora .
", mile a minute more Euripides. Iimmediate relief and three bottles cured me .
or less
. (. ,across a vast continent on' The schedule is practically divided _ _ .g- LL permanently. gladly recommend this wonderful -
a mission
of "
:- peace' and pleasure Is a thing Into tour'stages. The first of these will _. B. Presson, Pressonville, Kan., writes: remedy

:.";. unique. There have. It is true quite been take the presidential party through the, "Nothing like Foley's Honey and Tar"is BANNER SALVE is.the great healer. t -
: several instances states of Virginia, North "Carolina, the universal verdict of all who have 'If
of the
chief executive South used it. has this been of
: of the Carolina Georgia. Alabaulil and Especially true B. R. WILSON & SON.COUSENS 4
. making extensive Mississippi and Into Louisiana, and the coughs accompanying la grippe. Not a -
trips through the country. notably the single bottle failed to give relief. Wilson
:.. first long stop will be at,New Orleans.
tours of Presidents Andrew Johnson I Here the president will be given a reception & Son. & PRATT .
___ Lu _and, Benjamin Harriuu in the old Cabildo buildinz. _ JIII. _
out none or these '-' .ca.I::. -J.- '"' .,I'L... ." e
compared In
point of time and distance 'to the jour. where nearly a hundred years ago were Bears the The Kind You Ram Always Boogtt ...MAKERS OF FINE... 4
exchanged the documents which transferred -,
: ney that President McKinley is about Signature 1 If,1of #. _
the territory embraced In the Yacht Sails Awnings and Flags j'
: to undertake In .
nor any previous pres. Louisiana purchase from France to the ,
idential outing have all branches of the -
administration been Pyny-Balsam Believes Bight Away 410 Atlantic Ave. Boston Mass.
so fully represented Leaving New Orleans McKinley and ,
and makes end of coughs and colds.
a speedy
., and In
none which the term
"gov. his associates.will pass over the Southern ..ESTIMATES AND SAMPLES OF.. I
ernment on wheels" could be so actu-
' Pacific route through Texas New Ladies Have You Seen
ally and accurately} applied. PresidentMcKinley's Mexico Arizona and California. He
; Or heard of Solid Cuevee Silver Tableware? Duck and Canvas Sent on Application
. party. which will Include -
m.make, several stops in Texas and This is the new metal that is rapidly superseding -
the members of the cabinet and their already has numerous invitations from sterling silver for spoons, knives, forks

wives, together with a score or more of the large cities In the Lone Star State.It 'and other tableware. It is exactly the same ESTABLISHED IN 1851. .
Ir clerks, and metal through and through, has no plating to
Is expected that at El Paso President wear off looks just like sterling silver, is U
. cuts, will travel something like 20,000 McKinley will be met by President harder and will wear longer. It costs about

t: : miles, practically belting the entire Diaz of Mexico and that they will. one-sixth as much. It is not for sale in stores DIRECT LINE-QUICK TIME TOWASHINGTON

country and including a visit to 30 or "shake hands across the border" on the* but every lady in this vicinity can obtain a *
\ I
: set of these Solid Cuevee Silver Teaspoons,
more of the 45 states of the Union and
bridge which spans the Rio Grande be- warranted to wear for twenty-five years, ,
two or three of the territories and covering tween El Paso and Paso del Norte. As without paying a cent. Write for this freeo BALTIMORE,

a period of six weeks and per the president passes into the state of Ter&t once, before it is withdrawn. Quaker
Valley Mfg. Co., Morgan and Harrison Sts., PHILADELPHIA,
haps more. The administration will
California he will receive an especially .
be In as close touch with the affairs of I cordial reception as the Californiansare Chicago.P.. S.-Cut this notice out and return it NEW YORK,

state as though:; the chief executive and laying Jbemselves out to make thisa I with your request. This is important. Soitileril CHICAGO,

LU advisers were at their respective of- memorable occasion. Nothing will be I CINCINNATI

fices In Washington. The governing left undone to demonstrate the great Shake Into Your Shoes. '1

business will go on just as effectivelyas ness and glory as well as the hospitality Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures pain- LOUISVILLE,

If located "at the old stand." of the great Pacific ommonwealth. ful, smarting, nervous feet and ingrowing ATLANTA
nails. and instantly take the sting out of ,
The trip Is ostensibly for the purposeof The president will probably spend a
corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort BIRMINGHAM
affording President McKinley the week In California. during which time discovery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease ,
opportunity of witnessing the launch I he will "do" the state pretty thorough makes tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a Ri1wull I CHATTANOOGA,

'" Ing of the battleship Ohio. which is beIng ly, visiting the Yosemite National park. tired certain, aching cure for feet.sweating Try it today.callous Sold and by hot all MEMPHIS,

built at the Union Iron works at the old Franciscan missions. the great druggists and shoe stores. By mail for 25c. ST. LOUIS .
4 San Francisco. When the president accepted oilfields the marvelous flower gardens in stamps. Trial package FREE. Address, ,

the invitation of Mr Scott, the and other points of Interest. This will Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST.KANSAS CITY, '

.. head of the shipbuilding'company, to I end the second stage of the trip. .VNO

hf" nrpsont: nn this nppfislnn: It wns In. FJ'h, thl..A .,t",fff\ rv\\\ +n1r... th. n."L... .. 1*
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tended ah journey I dent through the states of Oregon, I'.t
straightaway trip to the Pacific coast Washington. Idaho Montana possibly

and return consuming only so much Wyoming Utah and Colorado. He will THE NEW YORK AND .2.

time as was absolutely 'necessary The visit all of the principal cities in Ore-

president. however received so many gon and Washington and will probably FLORIDA LIMITED

courteous and pressing Invitations to make stops overnight in Salt Lake

!. visit various sections of the
country City and Colorado Springs. Leaving
The Most Luxurious Train in the World. Exclusive Pullman Equipment.
t that the original plans were changed to Colorado be will traverse the states of (Daily Except Sunday.)

provide for an extended and elaborate Kansas.. Iowa and Illinois. The detailsof Jacksonville to New York, only 28 hn. St. Augustine to New York, only 29 hn.
tour, which will afford him an opportunity this stage of the: trip are not yet definitely 4> ALSO
to visit and Inspect more of the I settled and may be materially 9 I'
great country over which he: presides i: changed and made to include a visit to

than has been enjoyed by any of his I Missouri and ,perhaps other middle And THE UNITED STATES FAST MAILTo

1 predecessors while: In office. western states. rQuestionsj

The details of the trip the preliminaries The fourth stage of the itinerary will the East and North.

of which are now practically ; be the visit to the Pan-American exposition for Women

.completed are wholly In the hands of at Buffalo during the first week THE CHICAGO AND p

Private Secretary George B. Cortelyou, in June. This will practically end the '4x Are you nervous?

who has shown especial tact and ability tour so far as speechmaking and receptions 3' Are you completely exhausted?
In the various official and Do you suffer every month?
j \ managing are concerned. The president and FLORID SPECIALDaily
you answer to of
semiofficial functions connected with yes any
his party will be entertained by the
these have ills
questions, which
you ( except Sunday.)
the office of the chief executive of the citizens of Buffalo after which be will Wine of Card ui cures. Do '
you .
nation. lie will be practically the master Superb Solid Pullman Train Through Chicago Without Change.
\ come to Washington for a short rest. appreciate what perfect health would
; of the special presidential'; train preparatory to going Into New England be to you? After taking Wine of Jacksonville to Chicago, only 31 hours. St. Augustine to Chicago, only 32 houn. 1 '

.. which will pull out of Washington on where he will be late in June and Cardui, thousands like you have realized Also tho GIMCIMHATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED -
it the morning of April 29 over the Southern early in July.Upturning it. Nervous strain, loss of sleep,

railroad and will direct Its move from New England. Preslit cold or iedigestion starts menstrual TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST. .

ments until the long journey Is ended % : and Mrs. McKinley will go to first disorders, but day that by are day not steadily noticeable at Through Vestibuled Trains Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Through

early In June. That the train will be ir home In Canton for the balance of into troublesome complications. Wine glOW Coaches, Perfect Dining Car Service on all Trains. t

a magnificent- one goes without saying. \\w summer and early. fall. so that the of Cardui.,. itefA ,tit Wfor* .J. ,# mm. Through Trains via SouthernRailway are- Operated. ... in Connection with the i
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It will consist of six cars. One of national capital will see little of the na strual period, will keep the female I Plant System from Jacksonville. .1

these, the luxurious Pullman Olympia. tiou's chief( executive between the last system in perfect condition. This SIDE TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS to "THE LAND OF THE SKY"i

will be reserved for President and Mrs. of April to the latter part of September medicine is taken quietly at home. -- --- .

McKinley and Private Secretary Cor unless there should arise some par- There is nothing like it to help For Rates, Schedules and Information, call on or address i

A description of this car would questions of state women enjoy good health. It costs A. GIRARDEAU Traveling Passenger Agent. W. T. COSBY, Traveling Passenger Agtnt,
telyou. ticularly important
I only $J to test this remedy, which is 103 West Buy Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
fill an oriental prince with wonder. It I urgently demanding his presence at the endorsed by 1,000,000 cured women. S. H. HARDWICK General Passenger Aqeat, W. H. TAYLCE. Ass't Gen. Past. Agent,

contains five private rooms finished In i White House, which is highly Improb Mrs. Lena T. fricburg, East St. Louis WASHINGTON. 0. C. ATLANTA GA. 1
Mexican mahogany. maple and koko able. SAMUEL HCBBARD.You --
lit, says: "I. am physically a new
room at one end is I Good New I : Notice of Publication. i ,
The private dining woman, by reason of my use of Wine of Pretty WALL l
tarnished in vermilicu. Silk satin .I will waste time if you try to cure Cardui and Thedford's Black Draught." Ic. 3c. 5c. Roll Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit of til 1

plush l and velvet are lavishly used in indigestion or dyspepsia by starving your- la cues requiring special directions &4- Satisfaction guarantcvil. Samples Bievard County, A. I). 1901. .-
\ and marble s'lf That only makes it worse when dress.gIvingiymptom"The Ladies'AdTis017 stamp. PROVIDENCE: E. Hall vs. R. Freeman Hall. .
., dec-oration. Onyx F. If. CDV CO.
- furniture You need Department." The Chattanooga Medicine appearing IIY the bill of .
mirrors ynhl !oeit heartily. always Co., I __. : : _-::: :. :-_: ;'_ ::' complaint ex
fittings are evidence. Large I plenty of good food properly digested. Chattanooga Tenn. <1 and filed in said cause and the affi .
l. wardrobes are'provided. Each of the complainant's solicitor that the
and K"loi Dyspepsia Cure is the result of
contains three complete Ptl.1 FORTUNES R. Freeman Hall is a nou-resi- .
of scientific research for something
vate room
years of the state of Florida, and as far as
j bedroom. The car Is 70 feet that would digest not only some elements
tings of a I a non resid nt of the United States of
1 long and Is used only for the accommodation .If food but every kind. And it is the AS and that his postoffice address is un- a
of nine persons. Two magnificent one remedy that will do it. Wilson & to this complainant and that the de

1 Pullmans will be provided for the &\11. _ for all by has been absent for more than sixty t!
The Plan of the last past, that he is over twenty-one
members of the cabinet and their wives Hasten-Yes, I am always interestedin CRYSTAL LENSES of age, and that there is no person ,

another for the clerical force and It'rpt'tl1al.motion ideas I like 'em. PATUCA the state of Florida the service of a ,

and A dinIng Tatters Yer do? What fur? HasbenTi TRADE MARK. upon whom would bind such de-
the newspaper PLANTATION : Now, you, the said K. Freeman '.
car and a composite car, with baggage tey never work.-Philadelphia Press. .. ftwlitj Fit i Alwyi be and appear before the judge of our

j compartment library barbershop COMP on the 6th day of May, A. D. 1101 to
will' complete the out- The editor of the Fordville, Ky Miscellaneous : said bill of complaint, or a decree i
baths, etc.. Lands Patnca Honduras.: will be
Valley entered
writes: as a postscript a_business -- --. .,. ___ .:___ _.:11 L_ _11.2 against.you_ and. I
letter: "I was cured of kidney tci-i Honest Management, Liberal : \vui ue auoweu 10 proceed -
nt.The the clerical : with her said
for : .4 cause. .
car provided trouble' by taking Foley's Kidney Cure." Strictly Co-operative. \
work 1'2 is f"rther ordered that this notice be
force will be the governmental Take nothing else.ViIson & Son. GRAND Combination of all in TilE FLORIDA STAR, a newspa -
- room. There will be all the equipment :, -i I Colonization and Investment Plans.Ut'tter published in Brevard county, Florida, i
I of business Sir Edwin Arnold that he can do ,..
essential to the transaction says Than Any Savinc liank. a week for not less than fifty days from
of clerks, typewriters his best work when there is plenty of of filing of this bill.
and a corps A home and wealth easily acquired.
Whenever the president noise in the room where he is writing. mer the whole year. A healthy tneS5 the Honorable Minor S. Jones, '
and stenographers. ) ; of said court, and the seal of said court :. .
the Patuca
dictate Fevers unknown. By :
wishes to ;
officer house in
or a cabinet court Titasville. Florida, this ?
4 letter or a speech shorthand Caught a Dreadful Cold. J. B. SCREVEN Company plans you become a day of February, A. D. 1901.A. III
a the profits made from large plantations
be ready to take It down Marion Kooke, manager for T. M. other industrial enterprises, besides A. STEWART, :.
.. writers will a large importer of fine millinery S.] Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
will write It out Thompson, an improved individual plantation in ,
and skilled operators Chicago DRUCCIST .
1658 Milwaukee avenue, ,
cording to means.
The official seals of your ....-FOR. 4
on a typewriter. says: "During the late severe THREE CROPS A YEAR.
state will be al hand and every other weather I caught a dreadful cold which Has the Sale of These Celebrated GlassesIN MARKET AT YOUR A Shave and a Hair Cat t

convenience necessary to the facility kept me awake at night and made me Free Deed. Free Life Insurance. .. .

4 and expedition of public business. unfit to attend my work during the day. TITUSVILLE FLA. lutely No Risk. ....GO 'r:\.... : : il q

There will be two of the White, Hoo* One of my milliners was taking Chamberlain's The standing of the Directors of the '_ I
prepared to tap the tele- Cough Remedy for a severe coldat From the Factory ofKellaiYi ... Plantation Company is vouched for by I
telegraphers and sparsely that time, which seemed to relieve herso Mercantile Agency and the best .Barber Slop J.
wire in a lonesome ...,
for Cleveland, Ohio. ,
where quickly that I bought some my- & Moore .
populated section of the country self. It acted like magic and I began toimprove Write for full information to but experienced work- j TTTUSVILLE
. few and far employed, and perfect {
telegraph offices at once. I am now entirely well in the FLORIDA.
' occasion arise for sendIng its The only complete Optical plant 408-9 Betz Building, factum guaranteed._.-. 1
should and feel pleased to acknowledge 14
very '
: tween a hurried message. merits." For sale by Wilson & Son. I I South, Atlanta Ga PHILADELPHIA: : J. L. CAKOTTCEK8,Proprietorc J r

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: CURRENT.LOCAE LLCONICS.., ., .,. Dramatis Under the',and able, Musical management Becital..of Mrs.. BITS ,OF'f' f FACT l AND GOSSIP.I William A Killing J. Walker at was Sanford.found dead on l LATEST I I NEWS AND 1 INCIDENTS.[ -

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', '; >--'- Dr.,Rollins an unnsnally fine :entertainment Sanford avenue at Sanford at an early ..
Brief Mentionof What Is Going:.On,.In Current, Events of. the Present Week Matters of Interest That Are Happening ,
-' ;:: ; will be given at the opera house hour Sunday morning. He was lying on l'
.; and About TituBville. Thursday'' evening. ,. April ,25th, for 'the Portrayed In Brief. the edge of the sidewalk in front of a disreputable Around Town.

':Sprin2 term of circuit court convenes benefit of, the Titusville' Baseball and Miss'Lilla: Sanders, of Cocoa, spent a negro restaurant run by Shorty We have been having March winds in

.at.this place next Monday. Gun clubs. As is well known here, Mrs. part of Tuesday and Wednesday with Adams. Walker was shot in three places. April : i

,)Capt.,Bob Hardee, of Rockledge, was Rollins is a superior elocutionist and wasa her friends, the Misses Sallie 'and Bessie Marshal Hand arrested three negro wo A trio of fine Grist Game Champions "

'. in town Monday and Tuesday. pupil of the famous actress, Rachel Hall.Mr. men to be held as witnesses. The proprietor for sale. Address lock box B, Titusville.Mrs. .
Noah of Boston. of the place was absent from the
: Geo. Bayles has returned home
Geo. B. Hall
Mr. E. L. Brady spent several days in The below speaksfor city, and left his place in the charge of to
program, as given from, Fort Pierce and may be given a home in Sebastian after visitto
Jacksonville the first of the week itself and those ""who at home T. Thompson. Thompson is missing. Tuesday a
stay permanent position here by the F. E. C. Mr. E. W. Hall and family at this
Tax Assessor Wooten was here to, as will miss the.treat of the' season. Don't railway.The Walker had been drinking early in the place.

sess taxes On Monday and Tuesday. forget the date. evening, and was seen on the streets .
Cherokee club held a dance at the about '11 o'clock. The is Rev. J. A. Hughes made the round "
'Send watches for repairs to W. M. A FAIR, ENcOUNTER, (a play in one act.) tragedy sup-
your By J. Marshall Rae.. ; Opera house Wednesday 'night, lasting posed to have occurred between 12 and trip to Rockledge with his schooner yacht
Titusville. Work
Woodward, guaranteed. CASTE. until about 11:30. Music by Prof. Koer- 2 a. m. Tuesday, notwithstanding the light head

Engineer Baldwin 'was in town Monday lady Clara St. Clair.___._ ___..Miss Brady I ger, of Indianola. Walker let Sanford six years ago,. and wind on the return.
for a brief visit to his wife and sister. Mrs. George Grenville (Josephine) ... lived
-- at Tampa until December last when
Col. H. J.
...____.___..'.. ____________Mrs. Rollins Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine he returned Sanford and has been Tiffin, of Courtenay, expects -
Rev. Senterfeit, of DeLand, preachedin service on Sunday next at St. to to leave Sunday for the north. He

the Baptist church at this place Sun Song. "The Blue and the Gray"__.Miss Mims Mark's, Cocoa, at 11 a. m., and at St. working for his brother, Luke Walker, a has spent the winter on his place at

day.The "How Ruby Played" (by request) ------- Gabriel's, Titusville, at 7:30 p. m. brick son. He leaves a wife and little Courtenay. His home is in Montreal.

ladies' guild will meet this (Friday _____.__._________ _.____.__;Mrs. Eollins boy. His mother survives him, and a Miss Gertrude Mims: of
afternoon, at ,the residence of Mrs. Piano solo____ ________________Miss Brady Henry Maxwell, a thrifty colored man i sister, Mrs. C. J. Kennedy, also lives in is Bonaventure,
) spending a few weeks in this section
Monologue, The Door Is Locked"_____. of this place, is marketing some very fine Sanford. l!
L. A."Brady.Southbound,. _______,______.___.______:..Mrs. Rollins strawberries grown on low pine land. He This is the first tragedy in which the among relatives, and is stopping this
travel is now at>its lowest I Song, "The Fatal Rose of Bed"___iMiss Mims will plant extensively next year. victim was a. white man that has occurred week with her aunt, Mrs. C. N. Mims. _

ebb-fewer people going that now The Curse Scene, from "Leah the For Fentress '
way in Sanford for and the Davis is now located at home t
than the hottest months. saken"_______.__ *........Mrs. Rollins We return thanks to Senator Dimjck years, community
in-- summer-- _. Piano solo___________ :.:__-.__..__Miss BradyA and Representative Raulerson for sending is aroused over the event. Mar instead of at New Smyrna, on account of 1
Mr. W. M. Brown went to Miami Sat- shal Hand has the case in charge, and it this being the relay station for the special
us copies of the journal of the senate and
"urday. His first trip to the.Magic Cityin FOND DELUSION (Farce) house since the meeting of the legisla Is expected several arrests will be made. I freight service on the F. E. C. railway.Mr. .

several months, returning Tuesday. By Mrs. Rollins. J. A. DeWeese, traveling repre- .
CASTE. ture.Mr. Meeting of Pineapple Growers. sentative and
advertising contractor for
Attorney Geo. M. Robbins left Sundayfor Mrs. DeCernay.....________.___.Mrs. Rollins Fred H. Black, of City Point, was the Chamberlain Remedies of Des r
Palm Beach and Miami. AttorneyD. Marguerite______.___,____.._.____Miss Mims spending a day or so in town this week. In response to notices !sent:! out a meet- Moines -
L. Gaulden left the next day for Jacksonville ing was held of the pineapple growers of spent from Monday afternoon
He to to West Palm Beach
legal business calling these law THE WHITE STORE. expects go the Indian river and Lake Worth sec until Wednesday morning in town.
next week, where he will probably remain -
yers to the respective places. tions in Jensen town hall on Tuesday, Mr. Wade Jones stopped here for a
We better for less permanently.The .
April 9th. day or so tne first of the week, leaving
The liquor men all over Florida are money than any house in the county.W. .
CRAYFORD. predicted storm arrived yesterday, The attendance was large and repre- !. on the southbound train Tuesday for
aroused over the dispensary bill the wind blowing at a.velocity of probe sentative, the proceedings being most places south of here which he will visit

now being prepared for introduction. A ably 40 miles an hour from the southeast. harmonious, abundantly proving that the in the interest of the El Perfecto Cigar

large delegation is going to Tallahassee Blind T m. Last night there was a heavy rainfall, failure of the I. R. & L. W. P. G. associ- company.

from the principal cities, to work againstthe Blind Tom musical much needed. ation to secure a at their meet- {
bill. the prodigy, appeared very quorum Capt. C. F. Fischer arrived home with

at the opera house Tuesdav.. night: ings during the past two years was not the Elise F. 'f'o.rtn... ft ,..__ -
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one crates 01 are being .U ay J.ur:!
Schooner Olivette Capt. Brainard, of full safe in very celery caused by the failing to realize
to a house. We feel saying growers Fischer having enjoyed the via sail
from here northern trip
Yalkaria, came here last Friday to haul that no one who attended went away dis shipped to mar- the advantages of combination, but by boat from Miami here. The has
kets Garfield captain
the San-
grown near on
out at Nelson's but owing to the their dissatisfaction with its
ways, appointed. His announcements, made manage-
spent about three months at Palm Beach
ford branch of the F. E. C. railway not
very low stage of water for a few days by himself;speadn of Tom in the third far from ment. and Miami with the Elise F., his Crosby
could not do so. The Olivette sailed Enterprise. Mr. C. A. Robinson being in the chair
show that word he says is
person every
cat, as a party boat, and did right well
southward Sunday. learned to him in a parrot-like manner. E. B. Wager has sold three new Clip and Mr. W. G. Gilmore secretary, the ; with her. ;

Captain Dick Gladwin arrived home His wonderful memory was exhibited by per racing bicycles the past week. The committee appointed at a former meet- .

Wednesday morning from Miami with his reproduction of a speech he heard in Clipper has always been a favorite here : ing presented their report, showing that DeLand is organizing a baseball team

the naphtha launch Hyepus. Mr. A. R. Lynchburg, Va., in I860, Stephen in Titusville since W. E. Vanlandingham I the pledge to only consign their fruit to and is anxious to play all clubs in sur- '

Gladwin'accompanied him on the trip A. Douglass, in which the address, made his mark with it. Mr. J. \yilliamsorti as general agent, rounding towns, such as Sanford, Titus-

We learn that Dick expects to go applause, etc., were rendered as true as had been signed by the growers of 101- ville, etc. We are of the opinion that
up.north this though reproduced by a graphophone.His A party of youngfolks paid a visit to 350 crates. It was also reported that the DeLand will make up a pretty good nine,

summer. first piano selection, a fantasie the ocean beach in the naphtha launch growers of 20,000 additional crates, while but that they will find themselves well

Mr. B. L. Baldwin, one of the oldest from the of Rigoletto, by F. Listz, Lady May Wednesday. Had they made unwilling at present to pledge themselvesfor matched when they meet Titusville, pro
members of the order of Odd Fellows in the trip yesterday they would have experienced their full in with vided our players keep themselves in
showed his ability and dexterity on execution crop, were sympathy !.
the state, left Monday afternoon to at- ; his nocturne in G minor, Chopin a rather rough trip. the movement,' and would not ship to. good shape and in practice.

tend the annual meeting of the order the in :. his fine sense of melody and expres- Mr. E. D. Jordan, of Palatka, was in. Mr. Porcher but would to Mr. Williamson Sheriff Sutton, of Bronson, arrested

Jacksonville, and expects' to spend sion; while his descriptive pieces showed our town prospecting this week and will as results might justify. And as far late Wednesday afternoon a negro, who,
week in the metropolis.Capt. .
originality and a versatility that is really probably open up a barrel factory here as can be learned no grower has been in every respect, answered the description

Peter Nelson is already making wonderful for a being of his make up. shortly, using the same building recently found who intended to ship to Mr. Por- of Eli Booker., who, on June 14th f

improvements on his recent purchase, Anyone acquainted in music will read occupied for that business by E. B. cher if he was shown to be in the mi last, murdered Julian R. Smith, at Palat-

the Wilbur property in South Titusville, ily note that he reproduces music exactlyas Sembler & Co.Wednesday's. nority.Mr. ka, and for whom a reward of $200 has 1"

by painting the building outside and he hears it. This was clearly discern Williamson being called upon to been offered by the state, $100 by the .;

erecting a fence along the river front ible in his Delta Kappa Epsilon march, Gainesville Sun says: Miss i address the meeting, stated that he had county, $100 by Sheriff Hagan, of Put-

among other improvements.Capt. Fisher's hornpipe. etc. His polonaise.. -Rowe, the- ,dancing teacher, has succeeded, not sought the office, but only agreed at nam county, and $100 by the relatives of

composed by Paderewski, and the inter in organizing a very flattering class in the urgent request of a number of the the murdered man. The identification is
E. H. Rice is having
necessary mezzo, from Cavalliero Rusticana were thiscity and gives lessons at the opera growers; provided that he was assured of not yet complete. if
repairs made to his residence, such as house on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons the of the of 75
the i support growers percent
thoroughly appreciated by musically Last
week the Standard .
new underpinning, sheathing, etc., made I of each week. She will also Macclenny
inclined while his give of the entire crop that he would
by the ravages of time, this distinctly Qriginal copied an article from an exchange, giving U
necessary instruction to older students
on Mondayand the position of general lie
and words "The Man Who accept agent.
an account of in
being one of the oldest buildings stand- a lady Virginia be-
Thursday evenings, concluding each further stated that satisfied
in Titusville today. Sprained His Knee"; his imitation of being now ing the mother of eighteen children, six-
the Scotch bagpipes and his original week with a Friday evening practice that he would receive the support stipu- teen living. Baker Florida
county, now
The Bond Lumber company's lighter "Battle of Manassas" were not only dance, to which friends of the pupils are lated for he would accept the office. lie comes to the front and goes Virginia, four 4

Sunny South arrived from Chester Shoals pleasing to all but made a splendid finaleto invited. Miss Rowe is a teacher of grace then outlined his proposed mode of pro- better. Mrs. John Coleman who resides ;

Monday night for another load of lum- the evening's entertainment. 'Mrs. andability, and came to this city highly cedure. near Sanderson, is the mother of twenty-

ber for Contractor Decker. Owing to the Bethune, who owned him in the days of recommended.A The"following business, was. transacted' I two children, twenty of whom are living f

extremely low stage of water in Banana slavery, travels about with Tom and his recent copy of the New London oy motions passed unanimously: .. wih their father and mother, the other \
creek the trip.was made around the The meeting decided not to apply for a
manager. (Conn.) Day contains the following short two being dead. The children are all 1
charter at present, but only to appointthe
island. '
item: "The wooden ship Dashing Wave, single.

Mr."V. H. English arrived here last Murder at Hastings. built at Portsmouth, N. H., in 1853, is required rules to officers and on adopt business the for neces-the Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes, of West Vir i!

week. He i is now general of still afloat and running on the Pacific sary carry N 1";
manager ginia, who with their Charles and 1
Julius Eskew, a white man of about 30 present year, in the expectation that the son
McFarland Fruit Protection She is owned the Charles Hansen
the company by -
daughter Ettie and son-in-law and .
years, unmarried, was shot and instantly old association, being shown to be in avery fami j
vice Mr. A. T. Harris and will estate San Francisco. Where is
remain ,
ly, Mr. Kennedy, wife and child have
killed between Hastings and St. Augus- decided minority, would soon fall l'
4p here permanently to look after tine Saturday afternoon by a negro named there another sailing ship 48 years old? in with the new movement. been spending the winter here for Mr. ..iHhodes'
4 affairs of the Mr. English Mr. T. Wetmore: of this place, planked
company. health left for their home Monday
Jim Kirby. Eskew was killed by Kirbyfor Seven directors, Mr. W. H. Robinson, "
visited Palm Beach the first of the week. I the above ship and put down the inside
afternoon. Mr.
the sole object of robbing him, but North Ankona; George Saeger, Ankona; Kennedy has been .
lIe also did the
Sembler cottage, right near the railway the robbery was prevented by the arrivalof sheathing by contract. Harry Jennings, Tibbals; \\'. F. Rich- the leader of Indian River band the past f
work sister called
the Express I
same on a -
station, has been greatly improved since Joe Tine on the scene, who was on his ards, Eden; John L. Sorensen, Jensen; few months and has filled that positionmost
built for the same firm. The Express -
:Mr. and Mrs Sembler have taken chargeof way to Hastings with a horse. He gave H. W. Besey, Stuart, and F. J. Magill, acceptably. He will be much 4f
burnt the civil
the place. Its fine location, right in the alarm and Sheriff Perry captured was during war. Jupiter, were appointed, with power to missed by the band boys. Mr. Winston ;

the heart of town, pleasant rooms, and I Kirby, who confessed and implicated add two to their number. Also a presi- S. Branning has again accepted the lead t :

excellent table make it a desirable place I another negro named, Robert Lee a Negro Murderer Captured.Sheriff dent, vice-president and secretary. ership of the band. We are informed t 4 "

for transients as,well as weekly boarders. I chum of his. Lee was also quickly located that the Messrs. Rhodes and Kennedy twill

Try Sembler cottage when you come to and arrested. Both the prisoners are I .Frohock, of Dade county'Y', came T"'O FOR nE T. probably return here next season. tDuring

Titusville. known to be worthless characters but up yesterday lor a negro named Jim Dwelling with six rooms, dining room this summer .ur. Rhodes expects 't
not son, who killed a negro by the ta-I to undergo X rays treatment at Cincinnati
desperate. and kitchen, eligibly located in Titus-
:Mr. Will Hall arrived from Braiden- John Sadler at Stuart for
_ : on Sunday, neuralgia.
ville with without electric 1)
or lights.
town Saturday for'a brief stay with his 7th. Fason was caught by Sheriff Pre-

father and mother and sisters, Mr. E. W. Big Tarpon.Mr. vatt, of Osceola county, about the south Price very reasonable. Further particulars Ocean "
at THE STAR office. Steamship .
inquire Company.On .
Hall and family and to join his wife i
line of Brevard county, not far from Bas-
and child, who have been here for a : N. M. George, of Danbury, Conn., singer. Both Fason and Sadler were your return north take the ocean 1 1 ['f

week or so on a visit. He is one of the holds the record for tarpon, having re- railroad workers, and were gambling. FOR SALE. trip, it will benefit your health and is f.
cently hooked one at Bahia Honda Pure Gordon Setter thoroughly trained the most pleasant of
most prosperous merchants in Braiden- Fason shot Sadler with a brand-new ; way traveling. If "
town section, and reports that country as about 20 miles from Key West, that Smith & Wesson revolver that he receivedthe good retriever, etc. For a bargain, address interested write the undersigned for full ; .J

very well to do, especially in a farmingway. measured seven feet and two inches in Friday before. The murder was un I E. E. Knox, particulars, sailing dates, etc., via this t l;

He informs us that Mr. G. H. length and forty-six inches around. After provoked. Fason realizes the enormityof Titusville, Fla. most popular and fast route. Reservations f

Fulke and family, who went 'there from having lost considerable blood the his crime, and now admits it, hopingit made in advance for you. Three ''
fish 198 pounds. It is estimatedto The biggest land bargain in the pineapple week from t .
weighed ships a Savannah
is still there for New
here about two years ago, will help him in his trial. Sheriff
and at work on the News-Journal. Mr. have weighed at least 213 pounds. Brown has been on the lookout for him, particulars belt; forty and acres prices partially address improved.For Lock. York, leaving Savannah Tuesdays,Thursdays -

Hall and family'returned to Braidentown Two years ago Mr. Ed. Van Hope caughtone but instead of coming this way Fason 1 box B.,Titusville. and Saturdays. Little over two i

Wednesday. weighing 210 pounds, which has held went to Bassinger via West Jupiter. i days' ocean trip. Persons at any point t
the record up to this time. NOTICE. on Indian river can have reservations '

PLANTS. made and can be supplied with tickets '
Tax take notice! The tax booksof
Spring, 1901. My stock of Palms, The tax books of Brevard county will the town of Titusville, Fla., will positively by applying to E. B. WAGER, agent, !

Ferns, Crotons, Geraniums, and Bedding Rebuilt last summer; newly timbered, be kept open until the 20th of April at close on June 3rd. Books open Titusville, Fla. 1-

Plants, assorted, was never better. Prices double sheathed, sound and able, new the office of the tax collector in the court every day at the court house. 1.1:

low. Send for circulars.A. sails and rigging. AddressG. houseat Titusville, Fla. By order of the town council.M. GASOLINE ENGINES. .f;!
very .
L. HATCH, K SWEENEY, E. W. HALL, S. Joxzs, JR., Illustrated folder free. Address W. P. IP

r Rockledge, Florida. i Indianola, Fla. Tax Collector. Tax Collector. UKDEBWOOD, Agt Roseland, Fla. ,

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Recollections Awakened by :'the. Fortieth! a4A

Anniversary of the Event. I ".' ...I."',,-...... ;........ >t '-.' -

z s SpficiaTCorrespoiiSelice Tf aa The'Florida skI .
WASHINGTON April 16.-War sensations -

have come to be a very ordinary ,

feature.of, life! in the national capital

{. 'and"it''Is doubtful'If'this'country -ever

again S. .e8" ,the>- 'parallel, of-tbls time 40

years ago, the third week of April

u.: '1861. Major'Anderson turned 'over1Fort '
Y' Sumter, }In ,Charleston harbor;. totbe

southernforceson: : 'Sunday, :April ctiidurct

14, 'after: a resistance of three days.,

r : This much had been communicated; by

general dispatches manipulated by the

southerners and President Lincoln -

had no Independent or private means

of learning the truth. Jn the face of

the trying situation he. had prepared a

proclamation calling for 75,000 militia j '. .

for three months' to execute the laws, ',{ .'

etc.' The day the proclamation was issued I GUARANTEED

Monday, April 15, volunteer
troops began reporting for orders and ,, ,

f detachments: of regulars, from nearby I
garrisons' hurried to the capital, mak- ,

ing a force of 18,000 disciplined troops

in the city for the enforcement of mar-,

tial law which went into operation, .
.. immediately, I

s The wildest rumors' prevailed. It Lubeck is about to exercise its right as Steeple Clayton, in North Bucks, Eng- "After all" suggested the cheerful one, Grafted and Budded

was said that Major Anderson bad a free city to use a coin of its own. Th land, claims the distinction of being the "it may be a blessing in disguise. "If

yielded"to his southern sympathies,and. city arms will take the place of the Kai first parish to adopt the public librariesact so," returned the disgruntled one, "I may

betrayed the cause of his country. 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-

General Scott 'was' reported to have resizned coins. The last Lubeck coins were strucka guise. .
rather than lead the 'fight hundred -years ago-' in 1801. Two gentlemen of the cloth were stand- Orange Trees

!i against: "his native state, Virginia. Owing ing on a corner the other day. Evidently The Most Stubborn Coughs

I to lack of direct communications There is no family medicine so favorably they were talking about extra services to resulting from an attack of lagrippe or

: with Anderson the government could known as Pain-Killer. For-over be held during the "I anticipatea neavy cold, must yield to the wonderful

., answer no inquiries. All informationwas sixty years it has been used by mission great awakening in my church," said healing properties 'of Foley's Honey and BOO :mACE!:

confined to what the "enemy" aries in all parts of the world, not onlyto the first speaker. "My people never go Tar, which strengthens the lungs and j
'? counteract the climatic influences on to sleep, said the second. "Ah, there makes them sound. Wilson & Son.
I chose to send forth. It happened their families, but for the cure of all diseases comes my car," replied the first,and they Grape ,

,. ,the south was,, anxious l that the north of the bowels, and for wounds ; parted company. I "George," said Mrs. Ferguson, "for Tangerine
ry;: learn 'the whole truth at once, and burns, bruises, ,etc. Avoid substitutes, I : heaven's sake straighten up! You're ,

there was no concealment. The stars there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry Da- Grimsby.-So you want to marry my i worse hump shouldered than ever." .,Homosassa,

r: A. '. and stripes had been hauled down vis'. Price 25c and 50c. daughter, sir! What are your princi- "Laura," retorted Mr. Ferguson, "be Parson Brown
i from the tort and the southern. flag ples? Are ? satisfied with having married. me to reform ,
lOU temperate FLedgely- .
". hoisted'In Its'st ad. dear and I would me. When you try to reshape me
George, you get Temperate! Why, I am so strict that it much." Pineapple,
_',. < It had leaked out in semiofficial circles on better if there were a little more give gives me pain even to find my boots you are undertaking too .

that a fleet of steam' tugs loaded and take between us." "A little more tight.-Pick-Me-Up. Ruby,

t with supplies and under convoy of the give on my part and take on yours, I You cannot enjoy perfect: health, rosy St. Michael
cheeks and if livers : ,
5f- eyes your
United States 'navy had sailed for I
suppose; ATL.XT.GA.., Nov. 7, 1879. sluggish and your bowels clogged. De- Majorca
Charleston wlth'thp purpose of floating Dr. C. J. MOFFETT-Dear Sir: I cannot Witt's Little Early Risers cleanse the ,

' a over the bar at the entrance of the harbor too stroi;gly recommend your Teethina whole system. They never gripe. Wilson Jaffa,

,; while the tide was high at points (Teething Powders) to mothers as one'of & Son. Mandarin .
beyond the reach of the southern, batteries the best medicines they can obtain for
F; ; The warships were not to enter their debilitated and sickly infants. I The acid of lemons and oranges is fatalto and Du Roi Bloodon
the cholera bacillus. Even if
! have used it with satisfactory results placed
the harbor, but simply lie outside and very
keep the southern vessels from seizingthe We,live by our blood,and on the past summer with my child, upon the rinds of the fruit the germs sill 5 and 6 year old sour
and while we have heretofore lost a child not survive longer than a day. orange stock, 4 to 5, and
Rumor said that these it.Ve
S transports. thrive or starve, as or two from teething under other remedies 5 to 7 feet,well branched
had been and had left
1. ships cowardly
blood is rich our present chili.,. that has taken trees
Anderson, with his starve our or poor. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
to is a fine healthy boy. I am
Teejthina\ at $35 $40 and $50 100
on. raw pork and water. There is nothing else to live very respectfully, ,. per
s administration party was in for A. P. BRows, M. D. GEORGE BOBBINS, Order samples and be

war to the knife. Anderson was cheered on or by.When, (Brother of U. S. Senator and Ex-Gov. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, convinced of their value.

s ; and the rumor of cowardice on the strength is full and Joseph E. Brown ) Will practice in State and United States Supply of these large

: part of the relief ships indignantly des Courts. trees lin ited as shove
:spirits high we are being
refreshed -
nied. Lincoln questioned each senator The first lesion for a boy to learn in Office at Titusville, Florida.D. o. .T. CONNER. .

about'the war feeling of the people at bone muscle and brain, saving his nioney is to resist the hints of .i
borne, saying. "Will your state support in body and mind, with con- his sisters every time he errrs a dollar. Ockla-waha, Florida.
me In military power?" tinual flow of rich blood. Atchison Globe. ,

t On Monday April 13. press dispatches TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
This is health. Hodgson Bros.
r j came in. but were not printed until Spring coughs are specially: dangerousand County judge of Brevard county. Will prac- ,

I .: the 1t tb. Those stated that Anderson's When weak, in low spirits, unless cured at once serious results tice in all the courts of the 7th judicial cir- GCXEIIALMERCHANTS.
c: often follow. One Minute Cough Cure cuit of Florida.M .
y officers and men looked well and ,
'.' no cheer, no spring, when rest : ...
act like magic. It is not a common 3
hearty and evidently had not suffered
y' ,
a for provision; also that there had been is not rest and sleep is not mixture, but is a high grade remedy. GOLDSMITH )'.
Wilson & Son.ContractorYou. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Eau Gallie Fla.
:t. no casualties in battle from the south, sleep, we are starved ; our bloodis ,

ern fire. These statements led to the poor there is little nutn won't sell me a carload TITCSVILLE, FLORIDA. Goods

.'. ts: Inference that Anderson had beat a of bricks on credit? Dealer-No. Prosecuting attorney for Brevard county. Dry Clothing
in it.
men Notary public. Will practice in all courts ofDUNCAN
c hasty.and disgraceful retreat. Later it
Me and brick .mnr.hVie likp.
-- tnv. are very th st t ""
-- ---- e a e. ,
was known that the wooden quartersof Back of the blood, is foro'to \\ paid pressed for cash.-Philadelphia BOOTS; 4 U SIIOI.S'
the fort had been set on fire py the HARDWARE, GROCERIES
rich. When
southern incendiary shells, that the keep Rtcoid. U. FLETCHER, PA1XTS AAD OILS, ETC,

subdued it.fails, take Scott's Emulsioi ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
flames could not be and endangered Steam
Launch for Charter.
Chen Up to Die With Croup.
J.: the magazine so that a large of Cod Liver Oil. It sets the
Mrs. P. L. Cordier, Mannington, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
quantity of the powder needed for defense ;
whole body going again-man Ky., writes: "My three year old girl i had ,
had been thrown into the for
:- sea
i woman: and child.If a severe case of croup, the doctor said she A. D. PENNEY,
safety. could not live and I gave her up to die.I .
._ Another strange statement 'in the you have not tried it, send for free sample. went to the store and got a bottle ofFole ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

press report puzzled the people nt the its agreeable:taste will surprise)'ou. \'s Honey and Tar; the first dose TITCSVILLE, FLORIDA I \
SCOTT& BOWNE, Chemists
,. ; time and added to indignation: against 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. i gave" quick relief and saved her life." Will practice in the courts of the 7th judicial -

is- :. Major Anderson and the government Soc. and|: 00; r'l c'rurgi..ts. Wilson & Son. circuit.
f which kept him in control at Sumter

This was to the effect that the guns ou A TfOlimonial From Od England."I : Jaggles-What do you think is the 'JAMES ANDREWS,

.: ... the rampart of Stmiter were silent under mi:sider Chamberlain's Cough: Remedy most wonderful machine ever inventea? ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
i' the bombardment and that burstIng Waggles-The one that puts the folds in ..
., the bePt in the world for 111"0I.chitis, Main office and address,Titusville, Florida. 4 t
Confederate shells scattered' like gays Mr. William Savory, of Wanm ton, time tables.-Judy. Brunch office at Fort Pierce, Florida. Prose- M1
; ball over the doomed fort driving the England "It has rated my wife's life, cuting attorney for Brevard county.
soldiers under ('0't'r. Anderson ordered she having btt-n a martyr to l-nmdiitis poi fly's Kidney Cure Notary Public, State at Large.F. .

. irt the guns of the upper tier to be silent for over fix years, }being most of the time J. WEBB, --&
--uk; &i : 'V5 and Ha&fer rfoht.
because firing thnm his soldiers confined to her "('d. She i now quiteHell. ,
ll ." Sold by Wilson & Son. -- '-- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, TRAC .
: gMARK ,
would be exposed to deadly shots. The

;,; men did not co to their gun stations on B__kWU___ER__ SALVE TITCSVILLE, FLORIDA.

the ramparts. Anderson knew that it The people of Arizona are returning the most healing salve In tho world.DYSPEPTICIDE. Will practice in the courts of the 7th judicial -
of thanks for the heaviest rainfall there for circuit. BALKE'S
was only a question two or three
days when his men would lie starved twenty year Rains are not an everyday

; out and he kept them at the sheltered occurrence in that territory.This ,' M.D.. L. DOD O\,
sI The greatest aid to DIGESTION.
casemate batteries where they made a LIVE OAK
' v 4 Will Interest Matij.
,, t gallant fight until hunger and tire compelled NOTICE. Dentist.Office .
, f Botanic Blood Balm ((8. B. It), the fa-
him to yield sacrifice his
or men moos Kwthern blood purifier, quicklycures All concerned take notice that Joseph P. at residence, first door south of the
.: There are no officers of .Major Ander cancer, blood poion, pimples, boils, Brown, as sheriff of Brevard county, Florida county jail. Only first class work,

'. son's garrison now surviving: Two of carbuncles, ulcers! eating gores, scrofula, and ex-officio administrator of the estate or at greatly reduced nre.s.TITUSYILLE WHISKEYSOFTENED

- .... the Confederates who were connected eiz.'ina, aching bones, joints or back Ephriam F. Adams deceased, has filed his FLORIDA.
: :: v suggestions in writing of the insolvency of
with the early negotiations! for the rlu-mji.HtiHn, catarrh, and all blood and the estate of said deceased. Therefore all I

evacuation of the fort have survived. skin tr.'uil.-s B. B. K. heals every sore persons having claims against said estate are II BY ACE.

4 These are ex-Judge Roger A. Pryor of and makes the blood pure and rich. B. hereby r*quired to appear and file them properly I

New York and General Stephen D. Lee B. B., the finest blood puritier made. auttu nticated in the court of the coun- KooIDyspepsia Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta
usrtristf i $1. Trial treatment free by ty judge on or before the 7th day of June A Exposition.
w M Lee at the time was a captain in the
D. 1901. Ordered the 6th day of DecemberA. I
Balm Co.
writing AtFaiita, Ga. 3WAXTED.'apable.
; provisional forces of the Confederate 1900 D. L. GAULDEX Is the best and
= purest
states and an aid-de-camp to the Con- reliable in CountyJudge.
federate commander at Charleston: every county to represent large company of Cure I Rye Whiskey sold
General Beauregard. With another aid solid financial reputation; $93d salary per f
fc year payable weekly; $3 per day absolutelysure Save Your Money.One in
? and Judge Pryor Lee entered the fort I the South.
and all straight bona-fide Digests what eat.
expenses; you
box of Tutt's Pills
after midnight on Friday. April 1'J. definite salary, no commission; salary paid will save

with power to arrange for the peaceful each Saturday and expense money advanced dollars in doctors' bills I artificially digests the food and aids R. F" BAI.KE & CO. Proprietors
t' evacuation at once or to order fire each week. STANDARD HOUSE, 334 Dear- many Nature in strengthening and recon ,
born street, Chit'a o..JL.STORJ. ,structing the exhausted digestive or-I CINCINNATI, U. S. A.
I opened in case of refusal. Anderson1C They will surely cure all diseasesof gans. It is the latest discovered digest-.

refused, and after shaking hands and' <. : ant and tonic. No other j'I Orders mailed to our bead office will b0t -
i preparation] ,
the stomach liver bowels. I -Ued fcc-n
: ;.* expressing regrets .that the result Bears the rf the KM Yea \\\m\ I Always Bought or ':can approach it in efficiency. It in, I IJ oar nearest accredited distributor

K : : would be war the aids hurried to their Sgnatareof 1J11-#. No Reckless Assertion stantly relieves and permanently cures I -

batteries and opened fire. : Dyspepsia, Indigestion Heartburn I ADMINISTRATOR'S
,. ; .' ,, I NOTICE.
GEORGE LANGDON KILMEB.r For sick headache, dyspepsia, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,, I Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day

<' To PATENT Good Ideas malaria constipation and bilio- Sick Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps and I I' of April, 1901, or as soon thereafter as I can be
Skin troubles, cuts' burns, scalds and all other results imperfect digestion, | heard, I will apply to the county judge ors

rI- chafing quickly heal by..the use of, De- our may secured Address by, usness,a million people endorse I I PriojSOc.and$t Large size contains 2H time! t,'' Brevard county for a final settlement of my
:.r Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is imitat- THE PATENT RECORD I I Snail size.Book all about dyspepsia mailed re< I accounts and my discharge as administrator
TUTT'S Liver PILLS prepared by E. C. DeWITT A CO., of the estate of John Hetherington.
., s '. N ed. Be sure you get DeWitt's. Wilson i i BiWreore 111 I Chicago I A.C. DIm
:= : ;.>;.;". f. & Son. Subscription to the stet Record 4UZ per micro. Sold by B. P. Wilson & Son. Oct. 26, 1900 ; Administrator

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': closed chapter with them.. What It.hal v.'B. tConklin; .Bpwersville, 0., says: -
i T'L1 M SLMID1Q 1 < "I feceive d*rabrej benefit- from SFoley'sKidney -, _-, .- .
>"&> "" : ;!.J done :to "enconrage a healthy undergraduate ,-. Care thalrfrommpnths'"of treatment .' 'n'r-_ ,._, _..' '
field 'divertisement and
: : for by physicians. Wilson & Son.,
'! -.Quaint Clubhouse Where possible'
: ;:: ',' -. 'People, '*Have- .' Bee" 1'Enter6i etl.: club'has,thrown open Itsdoors; : 'and. entertained -Life lies behind as ae thequarryffromwhence I OASTORA I

i1 !',:. .-'Special SjjSi.t correspondence ofThefond Star other.universities"men of we get title and copestones forth I
'- the legitimate stage;and public walks : I
;:,. 'PHILADELPHIA, April Id-College;' masonry of today.- Emerson."y -
(life In Its -'peculiar but fitting
own I i
w-; :' dramatic t
: associations are especially
: : I
t manner. It has entertained Nat Good-: boils For Infants and C1 iIdren.
.'t strong In the eastern universities. Harvard Banning sores, ulcers;, pimples .
i win; Richard Mansfield..Henry DLxey etc.;quickly cared by Banner Salve, the ?III II' Intl llllllilt; i'Il'1Ii'IIIf IIIIinIlli flill'iIIIIIIIIli 11i11VII'I Illltt I -.-- t I

has. her hasty Pudding club..Co- John.Drew,Josef Hofmann and'prominent most healing salve in the world. A sure

l i.:,' ,lumbla her,: Strollers, Cornell. her statesmen and jurists Best tall cure for piles. Wilson &Son The Kind You Have' \

! ||;> .Masque.The U'aivQrsity'cf Peinisylvanla It has developed men who worked .

I e4 : has undoubtedly the strongest with,a purpose in view not only to bet- There,.is such a variety of,climate'in I Inessaiuirtet.tontains
.. f! :'(... collegiate dramatic organization ,u 'ibis ter an',amateur."dramatic organization. Costal Rica that by" going a few miles t'-'flu''llltt"! lnl'IDI P 1'I, Always Bought (
::, Its famous Mask and Wig but to.cultivate good fellowship and an north or south of a given point any kind nnm annn n I 'rpl nn IIIII :.

,. ii '':: club.. The Quaker institution boasts a'S atmosphere' of loyalty and respect for of climate may be enjoyed. A''eelablePreparattonforAssiml '
an alma mater. atingf
.-'- strictly: -pure amateur organization that WILLIAM P. HASTINGS. Beat Way to Cure. Backache." fing the Stomachs andBoweis of Bears the F tI ,"
I ." is conducted on the, same strict rules! Backaches are caused by disorder in .
{ 'which athletes. The Mask Cure will ) i
t' app yto.her. The Beat remedy for Kheamatiam. the kidneys. Foley's Kidney

{ and Wig club produces an annual burlesque make the kidneys "right. Take no sub- .__ Signature
Wilson & Son. ,
: .
at the best theater in Philadel- ,
: All who use Chamberlain's Pain Balm promotes Ih' Eton Cl>eerful- :,
f ; hula for an entire week and packs .the for rheumatism are 'delighted with the ges ;; neither
relief from which'it aflords. Blind ,Bill (who has just received a of I
i 1,. house to capacity.. quick pam f Atif
}fineral. j
.: ,: To, idea of the magnitude" of When speaking of this Mr, D. N,;Sinks, .copper)-"Thankee, F-irj thankee. I noo Op1Uffi, (orphine nor .
;'.' of Troy Ohio, says: "Some time ago I as you wouldn't fergit the'poor blind NOT NARCOTIC. .4
A .t this amateur dramatic organization it had attack of rheumatism in I round the x.
a severe man d'rectly see yer come ij.w 4
ii .P ,
. ::;.. bandies at the annual performances my arm and shoulder. tried numerous comer.'=Tit-Bits. 1a'QlJJrSAMTJELPJ1rJIEl IIi
,.'.:.. t, >,:.'' about $13,000. The burlesques are remedies but got no relief until I was .
recommended by Messrs. Geo. F. Parsons "Stick to It." .
y- : staged on exactly the same tines asprofessional PuatfJan Sad,4lx I
--. & Co., druggists, of this place, to try )t% :
i t. shows. The scenery and Geo. L. Heard, of High Tower, Ga.,
!: t;.r costumes 'are planned for months Chamberlain's Pain Balm. They recom- writes:' "Eczema broke out on my baby. &tIaJ s.TlIAn I n -
mended it that I bot- cSafl
so highly bought a : f
the entire Under treat-
The covering
:. ahead. scenery .usually costs '
: tle. I was soon relieved of all .pain. I .
t about $1,000 and the costumes 3000. ment 'of :our family physician he got '
: v have since recommended this linimentto IIWmJwl- i -
'I !' There wigs to be made for.the undergraduates worse; as he could not sleep for the burn-
are of friends who with
many ray agree; =
arid itching. We used box of 'Ban- use IiAperIect
i4. of the club which cost me that it is the best remedy for muscu- ing a .r i
ner Salve' on him and by the time it was
; about $500. year. No women are permitted lar rl.enmatism in the market." For sale for J
gone he was well. The doctor seeing it Remedy Coltstipa-I v'Lion I
< to take part in the burlesque, by Wilson & Son. was curing him said, tick to it, for it is ,Sour Stonach.Diarrhoea, .

4', and yet the.abllity'wlth'which the college Belgium holds the world's records in doing him more good than anything I \VO.Convulsions.Feverish- F 0 Q 1.

:- _.' \' boys portray female roles is rt't' canals, having 535 miles, wh ch carry I have done for him.'' Wilson & Son. ness and Loss OF SLEEP 0 r V U r >

;;.' ., markable. Including the. cast and cho- 8,000,000 tons a year. : 11
..r. ma, make up men, costumers stage Of His Abundance."Your neighborhas facsimile Signature of ztZ419 -

... 1' carpenters, musicians calcium light Those famous little pills, DeWitt's Little jnst given me an old coat," said the ; T h f UI

men, the Mask and Wig club carries Early Risers, will remove all impurities tramp. "Can you give something?" Irtyoars.

: frequently more than 100 men on its from your system, cleanse your bow- "Yes," replied the clergyman. "I will NEW YORK.
The club das its els, make them regular. Wilson & Son. it
;'. .. J, out of town tours. go through the collection box and find

i' : own house, which is too small for the some buttons to match the coat.-Phil- rt -( r
i' .4 annual performances, but it is the If all tlieicabs in London were placedin adelphia Record. ;.

j, .., quaintest building Imaginable and a line there would be a total length of : .x 3F
where the members entertain people of 43 miles. Deafness Cannot be Cured
. the and public world in general. "
by local applications, as they cannot reach z.
"Last winter I was confined to bed i
: Half between Spruce and Pirn- my 'CITy. :
way the diseased portion of the ear. There is only THE CENTAUR COMPANY.. NEW f0I1K
. streets and In the rear of several fash with a very bad cold on the lungs. Nothing one way to cure deafness and that is by con- a---". .:' .,' ".:- _- -- 11WI: _,: ..-' -. ',. '"> '.: :.-j; J J
lonable residences the modest exterior gave me relief. Finally my wife stitutional remedies Deafness is caused by :
bought a bottle of One Minute Cough an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of '
t of the Mask and Wig club of the Uul
Cure that effected a speedy cure. I can- the eustachian tube. When this tube gets inflamed I
| verslty of Pennsylvania hides an lute .not speak too highly of that excellent you have a rumbling sound or imper-
= F nor as unique as it Is comfortable aud I remedy." Mr. T. K. Houseman, Mana- fect hearing, and when it is entirely closed A Ena Fide Sa.lary J
deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation
artistic. The Mask and Wig clubhouse tawney, Pa. Wilson & Son.Forewarned.
be taken and this tube restoredto
is a remodeled stable. It isn't a barn: its normal can condition, hearing will be destroyed $12 'Feel .1y. i

1 f ifa a stable. Go down there: at anytime forever; nine cases out of ten are Men and women to appoint agents and represent us, some to ;
_ I : and you'll walk directly Into a caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an travel, others for local\ work. $12 weekly salary and expenses. ,;
, that hasn't its In thou inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.We Old established house <4
room equal a pleasant, permanent positions, rapid -
will One Hundred Dollars for
4 ,Rand clubs. It Is the grillroom' finish- Fnrearrneda f\p Af\nFi\t\co give .ffwmc? wl nvr rtlfr.j*.fll\ tnlt fMin any advancement and increase of wages. Write at once. ;
use VI ii cam coovauacu ujr uiiauuj u..w.4u.*
}. edinF ; lsb- ;k'-with a Dutch fireplace The liability to disease is greatlylessened not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for Address BUTLER & ALCER, : ,

large enough for a bed, cushioned circulars, free.F. Dept. E. NEW HAVEN, CONN. :
j when the blood is in good con- J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo O.tur ,
corners as comfortable as they are .
dition, and the circulation healthy and Sold by druggists, 75c. ---- ,
i roomy. Then look about you on the vigorous. For then all refuse matteris Hall's Family Pills are the best.CA ..

a wall and see where the cleverest poster promptly carried out of the system; -sa THAT is .:.'
i in Maxfield Parrish.
designer America .
otherwise it would accumulate
3 rapidly '
has Immortalized "Old, King Cole" In a fermentation would take place the
it place other than nursery rhymes, see blood become polluted and the .constitution g qvQifo ,
where be has created a nook and typified For Infants and Children.
weakened that a simple
t.. each club member with an elfin G. M. DAVIS & SON
/ malady might result seriously.A .
Tfcs Kind You l Always BoughtBears
i. character that dodges and peers at your healthy, active circulation means '
from behind a particular beer stein. a k PALATKA, FLA,
good digestion strong, healthy the / '
s And when stairs // (
you go up you'll see a

J etage about as large as a bandbox nerves.As a blood purifier and tonic S. S. S.I Signature o:' {4/i}:J4- 114' Write for delivered prices. ;

: where the best amateur shows In America has no equal. It is the safest and best .
have been cajoled cussed and whip- --- -
> remedy for old people and children -
ped Into shape until they made theirS because it contains no minerals, but is H. A. HODGES,

bow on a real stage in public before I made exclusively of roots and herbs. Co1

larger audiences. Overhead rough and No other remedy so thoroughly and Satsuina flights, Fla. Ocean Steamship '

grewsome rafters hang soberly. You effectually cleanses the blood of im- Dealer in and Manufacturers of
sit in a stable loft and yet hear some purities. Atthe !

very, very clever things said and actedin .. same time it builds YELLOW PINE IIIIIDD SgVA1 TI TA: i iNn.Fast *, !
an amateur way. th if
weak and deu i %T i m'nimin-
P 1kJ .
It was In April, 1888, according to a LL \ bilitated, ldu renovates AJJ Ull'U LUIIIUln and Luxurious Freight t

record in a diary owned by one of the 'to the entire sys- Passenger Route '

founders, that a first meeting or conversation tem. It cures permanently all mannerof Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
was held In College hall that blood and skin troubles. TO NEW YORK BOSTON AND THE FAST.Ai

resulted finally In the foundation of the .
Mr. E. E. Kelly,of Urbana 0. writes: Estimates furnished for complete bills of
Mask and Wig club. Within a few "I had Eczema on my hapda and face for lumber to be delivered at any point on ;hEast <
five years. It would break out in little .
months after the fall term of 1888 Coast.FERRY'S
white pustules, crusts would form and
opened the question was made knownto drop off,leaving the skin red and inflam
ed. The doctors did me no ood. I a the undergraduates. Clayton Fot- all the medicated and salves without
L soaps ,i .. s...
.' terall McMlchael and Frederick Brooke benefit. S. S. S. cured me, and my skin : .. : '
::1 1 Kellson the of dramatic is as clear and smooth as any one's." ""' .. :I .:>,>-'' '-- ... .
presented subject a I' 7 ,>'-. ,. ._ ._
: club to the undergraduates. A :Mrs. Henry Siegfried of Cape May,N. -..'? 7 ".'.."..:...:.,'':<. ,..._ "!- .. I ...__ ._ ,
i J., says that twenty-one bottles of S. S. S. 't .A.f:"y : I I. ...", 0-->:>=- -..... ,' -'"
: "
,. cured of of the breast. Doctors Youknow .'. ,.J't: fr: z. ,
her Cancer :
:: burlesque was somehow written before 2tt I I.. ..;.,. c :'t:
i j i and friends thought her case hope ..j.. \ .
/ -
' \ "
. the club went into active organization. : less.Richard planting tl, \ _''r::,/-- : '" .'f' ,,i- """'- r

E .' The enchanting name of the "Nymph Gardner, Florence, S. C., when yuu plant -' ': -l lazr- 4 I- _.
t of the Lurleyburg" was found in an suffered for years with Boils. Two bot- Ferry's 8<.:cds. If > 3-ffir"f.r.--Wf-; r'frl
you ,
tles of S. 8. S. put his blood in good condition _. "-r.'l. -._:--= -prs.. "' a5rgqgF.gjtiia ._, /
I odd corner aud then the promoters felt and the Boils disappeared. w buy che.p seeds you can'tbe r .: ""' 6 _
sure. Take no chances '- --- '--: /J S-fi .. SLZ-' r... ?. S. ?, iit jZv.. *&4rtrJ! ztttr&
ashamed of themselves and recbristen- Send for our free book, and write r -' ;<: : or
Dealers : J
geL Ferry's. every- _., ,:C. 4: :'.r.H.HYP... '
ed the Infant "Lurline The about '" <-"-= -- 't
; or Knight our physicians your case. where sell them. Write =-- -- -
7 :;; : _
= and the Naiads." The first cast rehearsal Medical advice free. for 1901 Seed Annual- --:::.: .. :::;, '{' ---:;?- -- .
: was held Jan. 10, 1889, and THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. ; mailed free.KING.2
then on Jan. 29 the Mask and Wig D. M. FERRY d CO., BY LAND AND SEA.. !

club was formed. "Lurline" was not Detroit, Mich.Te Short Rail Ride to Savannah, I

scheduled for public gaze until June 4, A1 K1 IIAWKES I thence via Palatial Express I
Steamships . .
.e when the new club made Its Initial

. bow. In the spring of each year since MALARIA ooooooo SAILINGS FROM SAVANNAH : 0000000

then the club has presented a bur. The Famous Atlanta OpticianRECEIVED liking of all CHILL TONICS. OOOOOOO

lesque staged supervised and acted entirely =4 SHIPS EACH WEEK fe

r by amateur talent. With a single 0000000

i exception these burlesques have TO NEW YORK
4 been written by club members. > J.WHARPER ,

The Mask and Wig club has now }Ia.kingclose connections with York-Boston Ships or Sound Lines.

reached Its thirteenth birthday. The i .gtviutic A ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly! sailing schedulesWrite

burlesque this season was "Baa, Baa, -
for general information, sailing schedules, '*
r Black Sheep," written by Thomas B. KENTUCKYWHISKEY staterooms reservations, or call on
j Donaldson and was admirably pre- W. H. PLEA AXTS, Traffic Manager. General Agent Traffic Department,
11'' sented. New Pier 35, :North River New York. 224 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla.
: None but undergraduates of the

.: .:: f University of Pennsylvania In good Gold MedalHighest A*.
Gardeners and Truck WILL SAVE
Growers AND MAKE
1 t standing participate in the annual pro for Gentlemen MONEY BY BUYING t
ductions. Until last November when
{ Award Diploma of Honor who cherish ; i
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f made. the club had elected less than 60 Superior Grinding

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: group of 60 and less, some few remarkably Spectacles and Eye Glasses. Sold Sold by F.A.LOSLKY, K.L. MOTLOW.
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clever, the most superb and purest over 8,000 Titusville Florida.

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