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

:1F: i. Actor Henry'"Neville"" r Is'-the. twentieth.. I

a '.child, 0(JL twentieth child.-

Elbrfdge T. Gerry is credited, with, '
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starting the melon growing *fad at : ::: : / ,

Newport. 'His'sealskin cap.habltfafl-' I1ii1LJTM19N ,,,'"
ed to take such good root

+ Dr. Robert ,H.,Babcock of 'Chicago,' < ,
:' pne of the west's most eminent authorities -

upon lungdisease, has;;been blind

since he was 13.:years'old.'Great ..

Britain's' postmaster general, 'ftR

the' Marquis of Londonderry, lives lit-

erally by ,the rule of "a place for ev- Cure
erything.'and everything in its place." M

The present Earl of Leicester and C'h11'

his" father had, wedding .days Just 100
years apart. But ,it was the father's

; first marriage, and the earl is 'a child,

of the second. .

Albert W Paine of Bangor, Me:, recently : ;

1: celebrated the sixty-fifth anniversary .
of his admission to the bar of
( Maine. He has practiced in that city 4

:.' all those years. I 1 GUARA.NThEO
M. Delcasse, the French foreign min !

ister, is physically a dwarf, but intel-
lectually a giant, and has the reputation -

of being the hardest worker In .
the French government. .
Joseph Fritz of Byron Mich., is presIdent .
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}' of the Epworth league there and
i is also a bartender In his father's sa An Italian doctor has announced the Some men are so lazy that they hardlyever

e ti loon. He Is only 19 years old and con discovery of vaccine that will permanently get up in time to go to bed.. While

:. siders himself subject to his father's prevent those who use it from taking there are others so craving they hardly = A Lesson in "ealthImrATEvim
f" orders, so the ministers of the town yellow fever. Humanity will be largelyhis ever go to bed in time to get np. One is
advised him to remain in his position debtor if he can make good his claim. almost as bad as the other.WANTEDTrnstWOrthy the apparent

until be attains his majority. J d '' ill health, are '
1- Summer complaint is unusually prevalent men and women certain that
Judge E. II: Gary before whom the
among children this season. A to travel and advertise for old established I underlying cause
Chicago anarchists of.18SG were tried wen! developed case in the writers familywas house of solid financial standing. Salary$780a in your kid
recently said to an audience of young cured last week.,by the timely use of year and expenses, all payable in cash. No Nine chances in ten it's your .
collegians: "When 1 was admitted to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar canvassing required. Give references and kidneys that need attention, if the real
enclose self dressed stai- ped envelope. Ad-
: the bar about 57 years ago, I thoughtI rhoea Remedy-one of the best patent dress Manager, 355 Caxton Bldg., Chicago. root of your poor health is to be
knew something about the law. I medicines manufactured and which is always reached. Treating your stomach,
kept on hand at the home of liver blood, heart or
have spent that 57 years forgetting ye WANTED.-Capable, reliable in your your your
what I knew then and learning it all scribe. This is not intended for a free !. every county to represent large company person of r your nerves, is to treat symptoms only. 't'
: anew again.. puff for the company, who do not advertise solid financial reputation; $936 salary per 7 I' Treating your kidneys is to reach and
with us, but to benefit little sufferers year, payable weekly; $3 per day absolutelysure remove the cause of disease.
There are six surviving governors of who may not be within easy access of a and all expenses; straight, bona-fide If you neglect disorder in the kidneys you'll
New York: Cornell elected in 1879; physician. No family should be withouta definite salary, no commission; salary paid have diabetes Bright's disease gravel or
Cleveland elected in 1882; Hill, first bottle of this medicine in the house, each Saturday and expense money advanced other serious and usually fatal complaint.Fotey's .
Kidney Cure is absolutely guar- t,
each week. ST NDABD HOUSE, 334 Dear-
elected in 1885: ; Morton, elected in especially in summer-time. ', born street, Chicago. anteed for all kidney disorder. You run no
: Iowa, Journal. For sale by Wilson & risk. Try it to-day.
1894 Black in
; elected 189G, and Roose-
velf, elected in 1898. Four of the six. f
after having been governor attained Sarah Bernhardt has announced her ;
honors in the field of national ,
politics agreement to play Romeo, in English, to GEORGE M. BOBBINS, I
:. Cleveland as president Hill as senator the Juliet of Miss Maud Adams, if she B. K. WILSON & SON.
t and Morton and Roosevelt as vice press -
can master the English language suffi- -- -
s idents. ciently. Will practice in State and United States m.n TVT : .. .. ,
I I I .dour ts.Office u v. .1.., HATCH, .. ..
' r "I wish to at Titusville, Florida.D. .
truthfully state to you and The Same Old Story.J. .
the readers of these few lines that
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is, without your A. Kelly relates an experience L. GAULDEN, pier n General Merchandise,
question, the best and similar, that which has happer.ed in almost -
only cure for ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ......
neighborhood in the United ,
dyspepsia that I have ever come in contact every consisting of everything
with and I have tried many other States and has been told and re-told by TITUSVILLE, FLOBIDA. usually kept in a ROCKLEDGE, FLA.
preparations." John Beam, West Mid- thousands of others. He says "Last County judge of Brevard county. Will prac f rt."l:1't v..nolpl etAN._...
dlesex, Pa. No preparation equals Kodol summer I had an attack of dysentery tice in all the courts of the 7th judicial cir '-.- .. ---- ---. -- .. _. -- .-- -
Dyspepsia Cure as it contains all the di- and purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's cuit of Florida.M .
gestants. It will digest all kinds food Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which I used according to directions and GOLDSMITH, ;
and can't help but do you good. Wilson _-----------OeGeO ae
& Son. with entirely satisfactory results. The ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
trouble! was controlled much quicker than -
former attacks when I used other rem TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA G
The war department has issued a edies." Mr. Kelly is a well known citizen Prosecuting attorney for Brevard county. : L
statement showing the status of claims of Henderson, N. C. For sale by Notary public. Will practice in all courts ol ti
filed by the different States for fittingout Wilson & Son.Washington. the state.DUNCAN. _
volunteers for the war with Spain. kiP' II

authorities are givingbut
You can never cure dyspepsia by diet- slight attention to the efforts of the e -I.I.I
ing. What your body needs is plenty of Kiowa Indians to prevent the opening of ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. I _II'
good food Then if _
properly digested.
their reservation to settlers. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDAA.
your stomach will not digest it, Kodol 'I' &
Dyspepsia Cure will. It contains all of ''j
Those famous little DeWitt's Little D. PENNEY, ,
the natural digestants hence must digest .I' '
every class of food and so prepare it that Early Risers, compel your liver and ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I. 1\j
nature ran use it in nourishing the body bowels to do their duty, thus giving TITUSVILLE, FLORID Thousands of people the country over
and replacing ti.e wasted tissues, thus you pure, rich blood to recuperate your
giving life, lu-altli, strength, ambition, body. Are easy to take. Never gripe. Will practice in the courts of the 7th ju CD are using Ripans Tabules every day. e: ,
B. R Wilson & Son. dicial circuit.
blood and pod healthy appetite. t
pure Wilson & Son. i They use them because of the beneficial 11!j j.t
Every man if weighed in the balance JAMES ANDREWS, J. .

Congressmen IV Aunond, of Missouri, would be found wanting-some a big ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ;., results they have received. The TabI:!

and Richardson, of Tennessee, will be office, some a wife and some the earth. Main office and address,Titusville, Florida.
candidates fr the ,minority leadershipat Branch office at Fort Pierce, Florida. Prose :: ules have been tested and proved the Iii I
the next session of cuting attorney for Brevard county. :
congress. No CxternalSymptoms. Notary Public, State at Large.F. 9! standard cure for digestive disorders. .', ,,:

" Heartburn. J. WEBB, 91.I ell

When the qtrinity of food taken is too ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, r relieve the most severe case of
large or the quality ton rbh, heartburn is :t3' They ;;
likely to follow, and especially so if the TITUSVILLE FLOEIDA. .
kindred trouble at t
digestion has l>een weakened by consti- The blood may be in bad condition, Will practice in the courts of the 7th judicial indigestion or any :
Eat and not too freely of
pation. yet with no external signs, no skin circuit. 't scientific compound 01'
easily digested Masticate the food once. They are a ,
thoroughly. Let six hours elapse between eruption or sores to indicate it. The
meals and when you feel a fullness symptoms in such cases being a variable M.D.. L. DOD O\, w : and in their action benefit both the nerv'd1jl .

;' and weight in the region of the stomach appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable I
after eating, indicating that you have eat- Dentist.Office and physical '
weakness and nervousness, loss of flesh ous organism.M1 ..
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en too much, take one of Chamberlain'sStomach fcp
and Liver Tablets and the and a general run-down condition of the at residence first door south of the :q'
county jail. Only first class work 'W'I i 1f
heartburn may be avoided. For sale by system-clearly showing the blood has at greatly reduced pIcos.TITUSVILLE. ; Ripans Tabules never leave the system {}.
Wilson & Son. lost its nutritive qualities, has become thin FLOKIDA.

t A Cincinnati minister recently sup- and watery. It is in just such cases thatS. --- -- weak and exhausted. On the con1:1:!' '
.S. S. has done some of its quickest and i

those prised of his the hearers congregation by audibly who praying were toot for most effective work by building up the Hodgson Bros., ref iff; trary, they build up faster than the bodily e ;:

kneel and too lazy to stand. blood and supplying the elements lackingto '
t make it strong and vigorous. GENERALMERCHANTS. I' waste occurs, and thus gradually a high ; .

r Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician 11 My wife used sev- ._ plane of health is reached. It may take _
1 z bmith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty eral bottles of S. S. S. Eau Gallie Fla. ,

5. .R years, writes his personal Cure. "For experience as a blood purifier and :ZI time to permanently overcome a digest- :::
with Foley's Kidney yearsI to tone up a weak and j
have been greatly bothered with emaciated svstem,with ,,k= Dry Goods Clothing I ''
ive disorder which is of
e kidney trouble and enlarged postrate very marked effect by .S' perhaps years'standing @
gland. I used everything: known to the of I BOOTS AXD SHOES
improvement"We ,
way :
profession without relief, until I was induced regard it a HARDWARE, GROCERIES. but Ripans Tabules will do it Ii
: to use Foley's Kidney Cure. great tonic and blood I PAINTS AND OILS, ETC,
.1 After using three bottles I was entirley pu fier.-J. .DUFF, 1 I if persistently taken in accordance with .
relieved and cured. I prescribe it now Princeton, Mo.SSSb. ; I Steam Launch for Charter. )
daily in my practice and heartly recom- I i the directions given. *
mend its use to all physicains for such the greatest of all. : .
I / troubles, for I can honestly state I have and you will H. A. HODGES T
prescribed it in hundreds of cases with n d the appetite im- ;, AT ALL DRUG STORES > "I

perfect success.::! Wilson & Son. at once,strength Satsuma highs, Fla. : ,- (: '

It is announced from Berlin that the returns, and nervousness vanishes as nev I. Dealer in and Manufacturers of : ., I_ 10 FOR 5 CENTS. t' ... 1

Germans will inaugurate a steamship rich pure blood once more circulates I ; i ,-"1.t z

service between San Francisco and through all parts of the system.S. !YELLOW PINE LUMBED I 1

Shanghai.Jas. S. S. is the only purely vegetable AXD CYPRESS

blood purifier known. It contains no min- : ' :_ 1 fa ODe nrf. XoU UM wort lii"1'A'I ..$ eat ?
and ftrw !
G. Amhertof, Della, 0., writes: : erals whatever. Send for our free bookon Fruit and Vegetable Crates ti .. accept no proton otaataUa. Et-pi'JTS. M for I eenta. nay U had at toy dnC.... 1tamplel -.
obstinate on face .V_ &Dei one U1ouaAc1 tt will .to soy& dress f.e I t.twarrsMabreeze.
sore my yam
"I had an blood and skin diseases and write our .., U tbe Ripen Qnmfcal Oa,tt Sprace St,: .
which everything else failed to heal. )j..of
After one application of Banner Salve it physicians for any information or advice -
'::1 f" began to heal and after three wanted. No charge for medical advice. Estimates furnished for complete hills ol 11"
'. leaving lumber to be delivered at any point or. th- :.
it entirely healed I >
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COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. visit with Mrs. S. W. O'Brien at Day- are home again after a pleasant visit to I I OSLO. MORGAN & LYNCH, 5

w.L.HUGIILETl', >{. D., L.T. DANIEL, tona. They will mingle with other merrymakers relatives in Loughman, Fla. Several new houses are going up in i

S D. D. S.-Offices over The Indian River at Seabreeze and celebrate the The work on New Haven avenue has this place. REAL ESTATE, AND INSURANCE,

Drug Go's stores,the leading Drag establishment glorious Fourth. been done this week under the Loans Notary Public,
of the Indian river country. management Mr. J. E. Jones is to build a fine house.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White leave tomor- of Mr. G. S. Snedeker. He expects to plant an orange grove. Collections, Typewriting, Stenography.
,. WILLIAM HINDLK-Undertaker and-Em- their intended
for to
row, Saturday, trip
:, baliaer. Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies Buffalo and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baker and son Mr. J. J. Roberts, of this place, is going TITUSVILLE, FLA. '
Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing Washington, Michigan. They Walter returned home last week after to plant several thousand pines and

of Steam Every Cooker.Description. Agent for Beveridge stop visit with over Daytona Porter. until Monday to spending several months in Ankona and also some orange trees. GOING NORTH? BUY A TRUNK ATGr.ARDINTERs.

FRANK LIpP-Practical Shot maker. Forty Mr. Geo. Gingras improved the oppor- Mosquitoes: and sand-flies are quite bad '

years experience; all kind of repairingdone tunity to visit his sister, Mrs. A. J. Ca- ANKONA. in the neighboring; settlement, but we
nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's hope they will not continue so.
nova, at Palm Beach on the Fourth, and 0. K. Wood from Stuart
shoes made to order. was a pleas- m
partaking of that city's celebration of ant visitor; in our place last week. Mr. R. G. Roberts, of Johns island, UtTrcLjd'
GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Sellable the national natal day anniversary. after shipping nearly fifteen hundred
Store for good, fresh and reliable goods Mr. E. H. Walker makes his home of beans has moved here and .
each as Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery I Sunshine and shadow, breezes and here during the with over
picking season, occasional
# Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. I showers make pleasant the days and absences to Miami and Palm bought 20 acres of our best land on whichhe u =

JABVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. nights of midsummer, and the orange Beach. expects to start an orange gro'e.Mr. }

Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront trees to rapidly put on new growth, W. J. trice, of Johns island, after F 4
Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by which give them various tints of color. Mrs.; Saylor and daughter Alice left making a success: in growing beans has Entire Stock at Reduced Prices until

the week or month.HELBOURNE some time ago for the north, and are moved over to Oslo. :Mr. Grice will. July 1st.WALL. .'
d When is the street commissioner going now in New York and Buffalo, whence .;
BUSINESS DIRECTORY have watermelons ripe in a few days TRUNKS f :
to turn his attention to Barton avenue? they will go to Europe later on. i
when he may look out for visiting CANVAS TRUI1'KSfSTEAMER
I'MELBOURNE' .SATE: B.ANK-capital$15- The road is in.a. dreadful condition, a
." ,. 000. J.H. Phillips,president;C. M.Horton, both The majority of the pineapples have TRUNKS.
menace to team and vehicle. Something -
cashier. The only bank on the lower river been harvested and on the whole have TITUSVILLE, FLA. '
and the pineapple region of Brevard county. should be done this summer regarding i
it. proved a short crop. The long continuedcold ,
FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. weather and short drouth we had
The old May packing house that has had a tendency to make the apples small Hair \M1Sn
C. P. PLATTS-Physician and Surgeon.
stood of Indian
so long as an
Calls to any point on the river promptly eyesore and thus not fill near as many crates as _
S .answered. Fo't Pierce FII>rida. River. avenue has.been removed, and has. everyone expected.The ,.
greatly improved the appearance ot the
avenue. There is another on the Wooten train called "pick up" has been j:
"I have used Hair
; l lHD1N N RIVER RIPPLES.i place that would further improve the appearance of great convenience to the growers, andI for a great many Ayer's years, and Vigor although ;1 i IJ I

I of the avenue by its removal, for one, am very thankful to the rail- I am past eighty years of II J

paragraphs .Personal and Newsy Briefs either by tearing away or by relegatingit road management, as it saved a ;great age, yet I have not a gray hair in I
deal of night work, sitting and wait- head."
at Towns Along the Coast.'i' to the back yard. up my
i; ing for the regular train during the wor&t: Geo. Yellott, Towson, Md.
Miss Maude Hardee left on Tuesdayfor
of the '
COCOA. season. LL
New York where she will put her- tl r

Watennelyons-yum, yum!' and the self into training in order that her school Mr. Russell has arrived | re from Des We mean all that rich, 4 c

I .. darkie that hasn't got a big slice is not teaching may be brought up to its highest Moines, Ia., to take charge of the Dr. dark color your hair usedto 1 i'' l. ;

.F happy.Mr. standard. Miss Maude has taken up I Ankeny estate, and if possible improve a have. If it's gray now 'r :,

R. N. Andrews was at the county'shub the arduous work of teaching with an portion of it. He and W. Schubert, Jr., for A. */J f

on Monday in attendance at school eye single to success, and she will suc- went to the beach Monday night to hunt no matter ; Ayer'sHair

board meeting. ceed. Parents and patrons as well as turtle eggs. They report any quantity of Vigor always restores -
pupils should give her all the aid sand flies and BE AVOIDED.Don't c
The Emporium has enlarged its salesroom pos- mosquitoes; fled into the color to gray hair.
sible. bathing houses the the place insurance with traveling agents '
near pavilion at ;
by the removal of the partition between Sometimes it makes the who are here today and gone tomorrow.
Eden trail made
it and the room back to the south. Wedding announcements have been a huge smudge and hair They have: no interest in the community,
New goods and big trade make the de- received of the coming nuptials, this found life more bearable. Going down grow very heavy and frequently represent con panie that are not

mand. month, of Miss Genevieve Barnes and the beach about two miles they spied abear long ; and it stops fallingof entirely reliable, and cannot be seen when a
claim is to be adjusted.
Mr. W. H. Schoonmaker, to be celebrated cub coming toward them, and witha the hair too.
Mrs. Muncey, of Brooklyn, who has at the home of the bride's parents at Winchester and smokeless powder load INSURE WITHC.
y been in Cocoa for a fortnight on a visit $1.60 a bottle. All draufltJ.
ed the cub
cartridges persuaded to come
North Haven, Conn. :Miss Barnes has S. SCHUYLER
to her sister, Mrs. W. G. Paterson, and : spent many winters in Rockledge and is home with them and be-eaten, and first- If your druggtet cannot supply you, ,

father, Mr. A. I. Moore, returned to her a favorite of the guests of the New Rock- class meat it was. They went a little end us one dollar and we will express Titusville Fla.and .

home on Tuesday. ledge as well as of the town. She is.the further but the eggs they expected to of you your a bottle.nearest Foe express sure and office.give the Address name, you know with whom you are dealing.

Miss Annie Bulloch, who is the guestof granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. find were conspicuous by their absence. J.C.AVER CO.,Lowell,Mass. Our business intere ts are here and we are
here when wanted. Terms, rates,
Miss Carter, has been laid up with a Shares. Mr. Schoonmaker is from New application.

sprained or strained ankle, resulting from York city, and be with his parents are OAK HILL.

t' 'a fall off her bicycle last week. She is winter visitors to Florida and Rockledgeis Mr. H. J. Magruder spent Sunday at R. L. MOTLOW

improving rapidly I and her friends are their headquarters. He is a distant ,his home in Hock ledge, returning Mon ROBBINS

glad. relative of Capt.' C. J. Schoonmaker, of I
II Cocoa. Many wishes for happiness flow day.Mrs. GRAHAM
Two questions answered. Why do so J. R. Harper has returned from
the ?" out in best thoughts for the
people patronize "Emporium young
; many peoI I her pleasant stay in Conrtenay, much to CO.
S Because the new and -to- ple.
goods are
1 the of her husband and
date, and they are sold at low-down delight (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00))

prices. Before buying elsewhere call and MELBOURNE.Mrs. Miss Brooks Curry, with her little niece, This company owns }landsin
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see them.Dr. M. Michell is home again from MISS Annabel Williams, will spend the the Indian River Coun-

Schofield has left for his trip north. I I Jensen. Fourth in Orange City with Mrs. II. L. try, on the St. Lucie River,

He will visit Pablo-by-the-Sea on his Mr. A. J. Goode has built a substantialice Kyland. at New River, and on Biscayne 111wrrr4NT
and take in the mountains of Geor
way house in his fish house. There were services in the Congrega- Bay.
gia and North Carolina on his way to tional church Sunday morning conducted
'. Miss Jennie Miller arrived PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send .
home last
the Pan-American and the old home at by the Ilev. J. E. Patillo, who gave us a
Stamford, Conn. Saturday from Bonaventure.The for land list.
good sermon.
Mrs. Capt. McIntyre, of Miami, Conkling brothers are makingsome Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Barker have had TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.

stopped off at Cocoa to visit a few days improvements in the drug store. the pleasure of a visit from their daughter -I

with friends. She was the guest of Mrs. Mr. A. J. Hoke returned home from and her husband, )Ir. and Mrs. Asa GEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN

W. G. Paterson. The lady was en route Ankona last ,week and finds work to do M. Wing, of Bayard.Mrs. President. Actuary. '-- '

to Daytona and Seabreeze for the sum- here. BREVARD FINE
E. S. Coutant, who has been BRANDIES
mer. Mrs. Paterson will join her there .
Mr. Count, of Orlando, has been the spending a few days with Mrs. W. C. -- "
soon and spend the heated term. BEERS.
guest of the McBride House the past: Howes, went home Monday, taking the Abstract of TitleCOMPANY

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Paterson took the week. Misses Maud Gamble and May Howes A + -TITUSVILLE. and COCOA
,, train at Cocoa on Friday en route to Mur- Mr. Chas. Mossman has finished paint- with her to spend the Fourth with Miss ---

"? .. freesboro, Tenn. They will visit Black : Nettie.
fi ing the Goode cottage, on New Haven DIXIE
: # Mountain, N. C., where Miss Grace is Will furnish abstracts of title
avenue. Mrs. Walter Null has been at home
#' visiting her brother, and take her with ona for !atHls iu Hrevard county. ... .
% visit to her )Ir. and Mrs. J. S. AND
Mrs. Addison Fee and children made parents, UNI'KB
; them to Chicago, their ultimate destina- OFFICE LAW OFFICE OF
>: ::: .... tion. quite a visit to Mrs. G. F. Paddison, of Gaines, Mr. Null spending Sunday, and GEO :31. BOBBINS, TITUSVILLE, FLA. CLIMAXSANITARY
,...., Eau Gallie. both returning to Daytona Monday. His
t, ;., "!. brother, Mr. Sam Null, was also here fora
I' ,f.. KOCKLEUGE. Mrs. D. B. Clark and little daughter few days. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET. _1/$

;*}. Miss i Mamie Hardee left Tuesday for o
\ Messrs. M. R. Creighton, W. H. Forman f W (No Wood)
I \ I West Palm Beach and is the guest of her G. F. DURE2T, Agent, _
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t ,. .. young friend, Miss Anita Canova. and W. W. Dix, of Baltimore, were
r-T ethg1I in town last week. These gentlemen are CANOPIES.
,Mr. Chas. P. Singleton returned home the executive committee of the Florida .
' from West Palm Beach on Monday for a 5
East Coast Commercial company, which t Trunks
:ti.: ,visit'with his parents, brothers and sis- Then the baby is most like- | ,
owns the north 5,000 acres of the Low
.ters. Ily nervous, and fretful, and and DRY GOODS FURNITURE.
y grant. They expect to begin operationsthis
'*!>'. Mr. T. G. Ronald has gotten his new I doesn't gain in weight.Scott's \ fall with a view to sawing and mar- \\Vestern CHAS. A. GARDNER Titusyille Fla.Ol .

launch into the water and her name is Emulsion keting the cypress timber and drainingand ,
"Utilis." She is to b$useful as well as I I II cultivating some of the best lands for 1 :5L Meats r .

beautiful. is the best food and medicine i sugar raising. We wish them all successin ; 2 u Eg1. lh.iSrr

Misses Gertrude Breese and Myra Williams d for teething babies. They 5 their enterprise. s y of allKinds. '.. SIai1V gFrr,; wc' ; rti",

'' left for West Palm Beach Tuesday 5 gain from the start. I o1A.sTCRTA.: :-: --7;, i Ir'ccd: ; USU1lGi'ju/LUi1i": .';;) '

>the Fourth Send for a free sample. ii.--l CA Tr .',r'
,to spend merrymaking. p The Kind You Have M
; Always
I SCOTT BOWNE, Chemists, Bean the Bought :w_, J' :.r.-. ,- 'y1
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ey took in the ball, of course. I 40 -415 Pearl. Street New (f Eiguttre .,, -1.I t. .' _...____," i
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< ., .Bats measuring.nearly five feet from fi' ';

:The naive of.Mary Dixie:Dix; appears tip to tip of their wings haTebeen 6iU gcripple6. Florida East Coast Ry. .i1:

! ( ,at thread|>f,thellstof.'those: ; :who be found In a care near:Tanga. .in East. :

r 'came "bachelors"of:agriculture" at the Africa. .:. Rheumatism at its worst is a sort of .
f. :recent:.Missouri,,'university; commencement y living death. It chains a man to.a chairor Time Table No. 32. In Effect May 20, 1901.' ",:
_exer Jsei. The Apple. binds him to a bed, and metes out to

: .:The' will, of the late Mary Eastman The apple is an excellent brain food him a. daily. martyrdom. At the best SOUTH BOUND (Read Down. (Bead Up) NORTH BOUND.
v because it has acid rheumatism is .
) more phosphoric In a fro. No.3o NaN i3
,Davis_Brownell.. Detroit leaves$6,000 painful interfering 00O Daily DailSTATIONS.. Daily d ti l'j
easily digested shape than other fruits. malady, Daily ,,
15 to: Alma: college ,Mich., and a similar alike with 'd a -
It excites the action of the -
pro- 4405p 940aLv..Jacksonville.Ar m
2 Amount to the. Michigan Female seminary Lj pleasure and bt1 in i 700p 1010a P m
k at Kalamazoo. motes sound and healthy sleep, and M 515p 1050a \.r..St..Au st1ne..Lv 55:>(> 900a p atm p H

i Lady Jane Elllce thoroughly disinfects the mouth.No .- ess.To cure rheuma- ,3 H 553p 5.JOplO55aLv..St.Angustine..Ar U2Ta ......... Hastings ...Lv 545p Slip 855a 825a = C t-A= 0
who, now that the tism it is N N ,P 610p 114Ja105p It .........East Palatka......... .. 458p 810a ... ... .r 0
Duchess,of Cleveland has passed away, necessary 64bbp1219p ......: ..* Neoga.\.. 415p 753a O
enjoys the distinction of Red Tape. to eliminate from O o ft o *2 r 702p: 1.S2p: ...........Bunnella...... .... 4<.Kp 719a OCD Ow -.
,beIng'the sole The.British veteran, gets his service; "I JBRthe blood the acid wS :r 7C8p 1Nn .D upon t. 3 oop- 7L* ,1 po M w GO5oa
surviving bridesmaid of Queen 'Victoria medal without the Intervention: of a poisons .which are 039= = 739p "" ............Ormond............ 325p313p 644a 0 2. H
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752p 117p .
Y Is 82 years,of age. pension attorney. the cause of the dis- E4 i) Eel 80>p 127p .........Port Daytona Orange 04 304 621a 632a CS p' Q 02
It has cost Anna T. Jeanes, a Philadelphia ease. This is effect OTw. = 825p Hip .........New Smyrna .. 240p 600a am
ually done the 0 ...... 215p ............Oak Hill..*......... 215P ...... -
spinster, of 84, about $60,000 to A Big Difference. by +a O ...... 246p32op .Titusville.......... 142p ...... a'e' ,
'become owner of the house next to her use of Dr. Pierce'sGolden w f"a.: ...... COCOA. 108p ...... M...
quartz extracted from Austra- Medical Dis- =s a...... 328p .....Bockledge Junction.... lOOp....... td: r1'
dwelling and evict a'piano.player who lian and California gold mines wouldbe It carries .4. ...... 355 ..........EauGallie....'. 12Sp....... CD > CD ttj;:
refused to be persuaded to keep.quiet enough to build 150 pyramids of Che' covery. + C =' ...... 40-lp..Melbourne... .........." 12 Sip ...... p Q j
out of the blood the ...... 445p .Sebastian.......... 1154a ....... 0 aq
\ : Miss Ruth Hanna, daughter of Sena- ops but all the gold could be put in. a ism* corrupt and poisonous CtJ GOo ...... 583p54op ..St. Lucie.........." 11 Ha .. .. 11= =0.."".
{ tor Hanna, has accepted an invitationto room 40 feet by 20 feet by 15 feet accumulations = ...... Fort Pierce.......... 1105a 0a.- trj
Eel 0 ...... 605p '" .Tibbals........... 1036a1027s ...... .
name the cruiser Cleveland, now being -' which breed and C'IJ Eel w ...... 6 built at Bath, Me. The Cleveland,. Preserving SteeL feed disease. It increases -e4.. ...... 6 Up ..1 .............Jensen............. ...... I r the activityof J.4 .....' 623p .............Stuart. .....*... t& 1017a946a ...... C:; oR i"'"
'\ ; .. It is understood, ,will be launched In'a Steel that is exposed to the weather o c:> .tn.... ...... 6 52p: ..........Hobe Sound........... ..... t-3
'} the blood-making -... ...... ........ .... tfO
.t. ';::,' "' .. short time.The may' be kept from rust by having a o a 704p .West Jupiter. ..... 933a ....?. E- 09
-. glands and sends an ...... 736p800p ......West Palm Beach...... 9 00a ...... S H .
i: dowager duchess of Abercorn, thorough coating of copal varnish. increased supply of ...... ......... ........... 633a823a ...... 0
1 {: who will soon enter her'ninetieth rich blood GO ...... 8l9p ............Delray.- ........... ....... 1 p >a
year, pure 4 CQ ...... 8 oop ......Fort Lauderdale........ ...... = o
: .> can boast ,of more descendants than Mahogany Polish.A through vein and ... 937p .... ....Lemon ....... 13.1&1...... 3ca
even Queen Victoria could. The queen mahogany polish that is highly recommended -, artery to strengthen: pq ...... 945pAr............ city...........Lv ...... _F... '

had 74 of these 'surviving, while the is prepared by mixing well 4 every organ of the Buffet Parlor Cars uii Trams 35 and 78.No.25 .

duchess has 128. together one-quarter of a pint each of body. No 2a No.21 : o.15

Mrs. Grover Cleveland,who Is a grad turpentine, linseed oil alcohol and, vine- with"I had rheumatism been troubled for only.Sun ,.Sun Daily Daily Daily MAYPORT BRANCH DailylDaily DallSun No.22 No.24 I No.8 Sun: _

uate of Wells college is chairman of gar. Put in a bottle and shake before twelve years, so bad at only. ex.Su \ only, only.
times I could not leave 1\\U Lip 2 Wp 7' OJp 1020n Lv..Jacki'nville.........Ar 50a 9 OOa 6 BOp 111 a 900p
the committee in charge of the plans using. The furniture should be cleaned my bed," writes Mr. 1053p 208p oop 5iSp1028a( _......SO.Jacksonville........Lv 6 4'a 8351 821p1102a 852p
t for celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary first with a soft flannel and a little of R. J. McKnight of l125p 240p 41.p 5 40p'1100a ...... Pablo Beach ......... .. 610a 8 20a 5' rop 10 BOa a a p
245p.1. 545p 1105a ........Atlantic Beach....... II 535ai,
time. When Williamsburg Co..,S. C.4tI was badly ll3Op 8158 54.'p 10 81Sp
the mixture applied at a .
of Dean Helen Smith's connec- crippled. Tried many doctors and two of them 'JOn Th I l 2Ca Ar p",p p'..M"p.p,p p,:Lv 5'\Ia- 8 ft.. 5""'dO lOa OOp
tion with the &U well rubbed in, polish with an old silk gave me up to die. None of them did me much '
ge. O.iH .I.1U.5 iro.5a \
lo.4s1I No.4 Ko.49l'o. .,
aai No.57
good. The pains in my back hips and legs PALATKA BRANCH I
Amelia BIngham, in a discussion of handkerchief. (and at times in my head), would nearly kill Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily: Daily Daily "The Actress Off the Stage" remarks me. My appetite was very bad. Everybodywho 8l 635pI500p. 4o.5pllf&_ 8155s 72ua Lv..East tka..Ar 8C1Ja.n3.ia12H.ip: 6001' lOOp
saw me said I must die. I took five bottlesof 45p121Op 825a 140a Ar..Palatka .Lv 74>a1115a 435P545P_ 1'lO
Precious Stones. 2
Rte' that "the. actress whose success is the the 'Golden Medical Discovery' and four
greatest is the one who leads the quiet- The heaviest precious stone is the vials of Pellets; and today my health is good DailytDaily: SAN MATEO BRANOH. Na NoMDaily
after Daily
suffering twelve with rheumatism.
est life, thinking much, reading much, i i zircon, which Is four and a half times years 7U5P/'if/ ) Lv.......................... ...East Palatka.......................... Ar7laa 765p
effort i heavier than an equal quantity of wa- Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are : fiOa I Ar.. ..... .. .". .. ..... .. San !Iatf> ....... ................ ..... .. I 86.\a\ 7H5p
observing much, and who makes an powerful aids to the cleansing of the
ter the is the only twiceas No. No. No. 2No.
lightest opal 1Daily 4 No.ll
after temperance in all things. clogged system. By all dealers in ORANGE CITY ;
Daily Daily
heavy as water. BRANCH. (DailYiDailDaily SANFORD BRANCH.
j Mrs. Katherine Baker of Delaware medicine. x.Su ex.Su ex.Suex.Sn13fp. ExSa718a EzSu

O., has joined the Methodist church at i 81Opl010aLv..NewSvmrna..Ar eoop450p 1 OOa Lv...........Titnsvill*......._...Ar 123p .
4 I Clouds and Temperature. S 54p 1121a ...Lake Htlen..Lv 12 4ap) .............. Mims ,.......,....Lv 112p *
the age of 100 years. She walked to and With clear the temperature California lemons yield 50 per cent 405p 1130a410pll45a ..Orange City... "1 1235p i 434p 828a850a .............Osteen........... 1157a
from the church, a distance of three a sky ":ore citric acid than the famed Mediterranean Ar,Orange City Jc. 1330p| 425p ...........Enterprise.........". UU Ilk
In 1,000 feet above the earth is G degrees 9 SUa Ar........... Sanford........... 1100*
'" miles, on the day of her reception. lemon.
lower than at the surface, with a
honor of becoming a church member These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be exoected to arrive and depart
she had her photograph taken for the cloudy sky 4 degrees only. from the several stations but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not ruaran.
" t ed. nor does the Company hold itself responsible:: for any delay or any consequences art,
r first time. Ing therefrom. '
Sonny Day.

3 Any advertised dealer is authorized to In New York city on the average In every town PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL

' guarantee Banner Salve for teter, eczema, 64 per cent of the daylight hours are and STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAML
piles, sprains, scalds, burns, ulcers and sunny. In Rome the figure is 55 per L village

any open. or old sore. Wilson & Son. cent, In Madrid 45, in Vienna 38, in may be had, BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Leave .
Berlin 39, in St. Petersburg 35 and in
. the Miami Mondays and Fridays...11 00 pm Leave Havana Weds and Saturdays... 100 am
E CROWN POINTS. London 23. Arrive Key West Tues.and Saturdays. 330pm Arrive Key West Weds. and Sats...... 700pm
Leave Key West Tues. and Saturdays. 9 00 pm Leave Key West Thus. and Suns..... 180 pm
Arrive Havana Weds and Mondays.. 5 00 am Arrive Miami Fridays and Mondays... 5 00 am
Queen Alexandra has a pretty little Poisonous Celery. jMica For copy of local time card address any Agent.J. .
electric carriage which she runs her It is said that celery as a wild plantin
J. RAHNER. Asat. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE :FLA.
self.Portugal's English marshes is a deadly poison.

king, an artist of much .
ability delights in sketching along the Carpet Rags. jAx1eGrease

coast. In coloring carpet rags don't use .

Alfonso XIII Is not a black Span. more dye than is absolutely necessaryto

iard. He Is fair and has blue eyes get the color you want The super-

.r and curly hair. fluous dye rots the rags and Is given
off in dust that files when the carpetis Southern
t Queen Margherita of Italy Is the author '
being worn and afterward when It
of an interesting book on the
that makes
heroines of Shakespeare. She greatly swept. Mae your

I admires the English bard. Shipping.One I at OUC0.' horses glad.

King Edward VII used to be very ton of steam shipping equals : t

fond of dancing and at one time was four of sailing shipping-that Is to say, l.1 W

I said by his friends to "dance the high- a steamer can carry four times as .Y

t land Sing better than any other man much cargo any given distance in a FREE FOR TWO WEEKS. .

i J1 In .the three kingdoms." year as a sailing ship can. '

Princess Louise has just completed Our.full three months ,

a S'f the statue of Queen Victoria which she Rice a* a Food.It COURSE! ISIIOKTIIAXO..

undertook some time ago to execute has been positively ascertained by If you can read you can learn shorthand by DIRECT LINE-QUICK TIME TOWashington ,

for the Manchester cathedral The result expert chemical analysis that rice con- our system which beats the world. No interruption \
from business. Full course bv Baltimore, Philadelphia,
# is said to bemost satisfactory. tains more nutritive elements than any mail We can tea-h you just as successfully new YOrk, Chicago Cincinnati ,
F' other grain. It will sustain life better in your own home as at a school. Shorthand ,
The piles that annoy you will be and longer than any other cereal a fact writers in great demand. Increase your sal- Atlanta, Birmingham. ,
quickly and permanently healed if you well known throughout the eastern ary by learning th's most valuable art. Chattanooga, Memphis, St. Ecui, Kansas City.
To advertise our school and peerless systemof
use De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Be-
of worthless counterfeits. B. R. countries from time immemorial. teaching by mail we will give a full AND ALL POINTS EAST AND \VEST.
limited number who
course to a are willing
Wilson & Son.FOWLS The Purest Chinese. to do a few hours' pleasant work for us free.
We assist graduates in obtaining positionsand NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS
The purest:: Chinese is spoken at Nan set them up in business for themselves. I
a AND THEIR FRUIT. kin and is called "the language of the Send self addressed envelope for particulars. THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS

Ground bone can be fed alone or In Fog 531, New Haven, Conn. AND THE U. S. FAST MAIL

the soft food. Poor Living. To the East and North.
} .....FOR.....
food and a variety of it makes
Proper The income of a poor farmer or regu-
\ strong healthy chickens. lar laborer's family in Italy seldom exceeds A Shave and a Hair Cat THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED :

11 Boiling the milk that is fed to fowls ?123 a year.A To the West and North-West. 1
will increase Its value and lessen the ....GO T'V.. t t

risk of its producing disease.: Lost Bridge. Curate!-- The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot :

Dry earth sprinkled plentifully under Some scientists believe that In the Barber Shop Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the t

the roosting perches acts is a .deodor-. Chellan epoch which ended 100,000 ..... World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to .

izer and at the same time preserves years ago Europe and America were None but experienced work. I I TITUSVILLE Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina. '

and increases the value of manure connected by way of the British Isles, men employed, and perfect py .urklWA-- ,
satisfaction ........ |
made. the Faroes. Iceland and Greenland.: guaranteed.J. L. CARRUTHKBS, Proprietor. Choice of Routes to Pan-American exposition, Buffalo, n. Y.

If the poultry can be given the run of Since then the great waters have wash-
>. this stupendous Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Through I
the orchard from now on through the ed away or submerged NOTICE.
Coaches. Excellent Car Service.
summer, they will be able to destroy bridge. Guardian's Notice of Application to Sell Dining I.

large numbers of insect pests that prey Cork and Gold. Heal Estate. Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with

upon the trees and fruit Cork weighs 15 pounds per cubic Notice is hereby given that I, W. G. Friuk, the Plant System from Jacksonville.
sand and as guardian for Hughlett Magruder and
of .
liberal supply
A foot, gold 1,155 pounds. Gladys Magruder, infants will on the 15th '
burned For Rates, Schedules and Information call on or addressW.
gravel and a liberal feed of day of July, 1!/(11, make application to the
bones pounded fine and lime and ashes Don't Have to Work. Hon. A. D. Penney, county judge of Brevard T. COSBY,Traveling Passenger Agent 108 W,Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.S. .

all help to keep the hens from falling of the indolence of the natives county, Florida, for authority to sell at private .
cause sale all the following described real estate HARDWICK General Passenger Agt., W.B. TAYLOE Asst. Gen.Pass.Agt., t
into the habit of eating their eggs. of Uganda is the banana, which belonging to said infants, lying in Brev- WASHINGTON D. C. ATLANTA, GA. 1

grows in such abundance that the natives ard county, Florida, to-wit: All the one-half .
The greatest healer of modern times is can get all the food they need undivided interest in lot ((1) one, except 1901.QUALITY 1 i
Banner Salve for cuts, wounds, sores, effort. b" 100 of an acre in the northeast corner of ii
without i
It is any said lot 1 sold to heath as described in deed
and all skin diseases. naran-
piles recorded in the records of Brevard county in
teed. Use no substitute. Wilson & _. .
the Tigers.
Scare deed book "L", on page 36, and the undivided -- -- - -
Son. Swiss cow bells are used in the Himalayas one-half interest in lot ((2)) two and undivided -
half interest in southeast i of north
A Great Linguist. as a protection for cattle against west 1 of section 26, township 25 south, range ALWAYS
Cardinal Mezzonfanti spoke 114 languages tigers. The tigers run as soon as they 36 east containing 104 acres more or less. ,
v and dialects 50 of them with hear the bells. W. G. FRISK

such ease and fluency that he was As Guardian for Infants Hughlett Magruderand IS THE MOTTO OF
Gladys Magruder.
sometimes mistaken for a native of the Height of Clouds. Titusville Fla., June U. 1901.
lands where they were used. Cumulus or thundercloud rarely rises

over two miles. Seven miles is the out- VIRGINIA COLLEGEFor Bond Lumber Co.

The"orhl'a Talk. side height for any cloud. 7

There are more than 6,000 known YOUNG LADIES, Roanoke, Va. -

languages and dialects. Another boom in the stock market i is Opens Sept. 21st 1901. One of the leading TITUS V ILLS.
schools for young ladies in the south. New ,
predicted. Well if the lambs must be buildings, pianos and equipment. Campusten

Hashing Potatoes. shorn the hot spell is a good time to do acres. Grand mountain scenery in valleyof GIVE THEM A TRIAL ORDER, AND YOU WILL BE PLEASED.G"U'IC .
The secret of having good mashed It.-Boston Herald. Va., famed for health. European and

potatoes Is to keep them hot while Some of the old bellwethers on Wall tory American advantages art Full, music course.and Conserva-elocution. !:; IPlV.IE.l'Vrrs.:

mashing and have the milk hot when street are ringing frantically for the Students from thirty states. For catalogue
added. Put Into a hot dish and dot the address
lambs to return but the latter are run-
top with bits of butter. MATTIE P. HARRIS, PU 'SES. Va. .oreeze. Apply ,. S. G. VANLANDINnJTe: v, Mans ...fIn
still-New York World. # .
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.;!. '< : '' [' While the soap trust has undoubtedly : :

,4' ;BILL OF THE--.-PLAY..... {. '- ." had.,the, necessary facilities it has .. 0."I

\ ".' ; : jFI? absolutely failed to keep its records __._. ._.n_. :.: ... ..'___ .::__ '_ _. .'_ _'.". ._. -_,,_ ._-__--... ._ ..._." -. ". _'__-.G.-- -._.___, ':i
visit Elea. '
Another to this country by clean.
'.: ,'' roora Dnse'l is talked of. 'f iPl; Nccroj

..'. Edward k Rose has dramatized p4 lit! a w ttf3 De Witt's Witch Hazel Sake should be i
_' '-Then Holden",for E. M., Holland. promptly applied to cuts,burns and calds.

:.-, f. Henry Miller has soared a big success '' canbigrow It soothes and quickly heals the injured

," :. ?with "D'Arcy of ,the Guards" in'Sun; part. There are worthless counterfeits,
: 'i? "Francisco. 'AS : be''sure and get De Witt's. B. K.
t -Wilson &Son.
.: Marie Wainwright will be seen In an wiihou

:-\ elaborate revival of "The. School For l' "' Potash A bunco'man has gotten the best of a

.* andal"'Dext season. Chicago alderman. "When Greek s..N. .

,M. Camille Audigler has been author-: ; } y Supply meets Greek, then comes the tug of

Jlzed by Count Tolstoi to dramatize'his Potash war." The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been

!latest work "Resurrection. enough in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
t. "I am indebted to One Minute Cough
.',. Dan Daly;will be starred next season t.r ;, and you: Cure for'my'present good health and my and has been made under his personal

'In a musical comedy. Virginia'Earle fi't l profits will be life. I was treated vainly by doctors for ClGv supervision since its infancy. I

will head his supporting company. '\ t 1.: lung trouble following la grippe. I took Allow no one to deceive you in this.

t }t A new Roman tragedy founded on large; withou* One Minute-Cough Cure and recoveredmy All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
tile legend of the Horatii will be health. Mr. E. H. Wire, Madison.
Potash your Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

; son. by Frederick Warde next sea- 1' crop will b< Philadelphia city fathers adopted a Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.What .

joint resolution appropriating $35,000 to
J Mrs. Carter's leading man next year -. "
":wlll be Hamilton Revelle. He acted "scrubbv. be expended for a proper representationat is CASTORIA :
.jean Our books, telling about composition of fertilizer the Charleston exposition.
'., '. Gaussin to Olga Nethersole's best adapted for all' crops, are tree to all fanners.

F:apho a season ago. GERMAN KALI WORKS, Castoria is a harmless substitute. for Castor Oil, Pare'J:
Q3 Nassau St., New York vou want a modern un-to-data
Among the plays: with religious basis physic try Chamberlain's Stomach and goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It .

that are announced for production! next Liver Tab ets. take contains neither other Narcotic I
One of the prerogatives of a Danish They are easy to Opium, Morphine nor
season is "The Heretic by Ernest F. and pleasant in effect. Price 25 -
member of parliameut is free service at cents. substance. Its age is its guarantee. It 4estroys Worms
Skinner. free
Samples at Wilson & tton's drug '
any Turkish bath establishment and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarfh a and Wind
'Florodora" has passed Its two hundred store.
and fiftieth performance at the throughout the country. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand

.Casino.New York. It is now the Inten- The Bib! ; is to be translated into ten Flatulency. f.t assimilates the Food, regulates the

'tlon of ,the management to continue Science has found that rheumatism is languages of .the Philippine. islands Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy ad natural sleep.
caused uric acid in the blood. This
by during the next ten
.musical comedy all summer. poison should be' excreted by the years. The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

., kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure always
It is easier well than
makes them well. Wilson'& Son. to keep to get .
t taken now and then, will 'always keep
\ The minimum pay of a public school The plague in'India has been practically your bowels::! in perfect order. They Bears the Signature of

teacher In Chicago is $000 a year and limited to th.e native population, and never gripe but promote an easy gentle
.In St Louis $400. in Glasgow it was last year limited to the action. B. K. Wilson & Son.

lowest class of the population.Mr. .
1 Boston's veteran of veteran teachers
III the royal household of England a
Is James Alfred Page who is roundingout
half John Tippis, Colton, 0., say: candle once extinguished may never
a century as head master of '
"Foley's Honey and-Tar cured little be within the
my again relighted precincts of
the old Dwight school., ,
girl of a severe cough and inflamed ton I the palace.
| ,SIr W. Martin Conway whose chief sils." Wilson &Son. '

t iCame is due to his mountain exploringexpeditions A bad complexion generally results The Kind You tee Always BoughtIn

in the. Himalayas and the It is a peculiar fact that the Emperorof from inactive liver and bowels. In all

...A des. has been appointed Slade pro- China and the Viceroy of India, taken such cases, De Witt's Little Early Risers

tfessor of fine art at the University of together, govern more than half the pop- produce gratifying results. B. R. Wilson Use For Over 30 Years. .

Cambridge In succession to Dr. Charles ulation of the world. & Son. THE CENTAUR. COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. .

-aValdstein. ,-' --.. ...:_' -- --. : .:..- -- n" __ "": _:: =---. .- :::= !. y trt' ,!E".ti.---::::.-_ .
Tasmania instituted the colonial tabu-
Dr. Max Farrand who has resigned Thos. W. Carter, of Ashboro, N. C., f'
lation of
the conjugal condition of the
Tthe professorship history in Wesley- had kidney trouble and one bottle of
.an university to accept a similar post Foley's Kidn y. Cure effected a perfect people as unmarried, married, widowed :
J' cure, he says thtre is no remedy that and divorced.
"in Leland Stanford Jr., university was '
wig compare with it. Wilson & Son. 'a THAT is .
;graduated from Princeton university Balsams from the Northern, Wood ; ? J

'with high honors In 1892. He took a Lighter Than Wood. are in Pyny-Balaam,the certain cure for coughs.

stwo year post graduate course and then : Our Specialty
An Iron ship's bull Is 40 per cent :For Over :Fifty Tears f ,
went to Germany where he studied for I .
I lighter than one of the same; size built MRS. WINSLOW'S MKJTHING SYRUP has been :

rtwo years. more. of wood and a steel ship 15 per cent for used their for children over fllty while rears teething by millions with mothers perfect $ f r G. M. DAVIS & SON. .

lighter than one of iron. SOCCP$. soothes the child softens! the ,
-IIIlIIVII.-.--11lIn..ln-..-.-,-nn-.voa--ml..-nI- -stt11mt-..-, .... 4a .frt....A gums. "cd uco.. 7 .
THE YACHT RACES. remedy for Diarrhoea.. It will relieve the po>r .ANOj .l f PALATKA, FLA
t' Magenta Flowers. little sufferer Immediately. Sold by Druggists
.j In every part of the world. Twenty-fire centsa
Invitation to future yacht races: Students of insect habits tell us magenta bottle.. Be sure and" ask for "Mrs. Winslow' 1 t'iVAt" Write for delivered prices.
sor tninf s>yrun and case no other Kind
.OCome and break a mast with: me.-Chicago flowers are particularly favoredby

'- Tribune. butterflies who seem specially partial Pyny-Balsam Stops the Tickling, -- --- I
to a color that rather sets one's and quickly allays inflammation in the throat.Foley's
Yachtsmen are the most cheerful of
and .teeth on edge if he or she is at all sensitive -- --- OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
optimists. Both Sir Thomas'Lipton
to color influences. Cure
W. Butler Duncan announce that their Kidney SA V ANN AB: LJNE.
_ r yachts are better for the accidents.- makes kidneys and bladder right
Rnisla's First Genial. Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route
:sew York World
The first census of Russia took placeas WANTED-Trustworthy men and women TO NEW YORK, OSTOAXD TIIC EAST.
5' An ocean cup for a yacht race across far back as 1724, when the number to travel and advertise for old established
-the Atlantic! That would be a proposition of inhabitants was set down at 14,000- house of solid financial standing. Salary$780a ,
year and expenses, all payahlt in cash. No which would awaken renewed interest 000 in round figures. -
canvassing required. Give references and
on both sides. It is worth thinking enclose self-addressed stamped envelope. Address r j ji

about-Philadelphia Inquirer. Pulling a Ton. Manager, 355 Caxton Bldg., Chicago.I I /J ./..." s.... /
On ,, lf ,: ..... ..,, =_ .,_: I IJ
level '
pavement a pull of 33 ,' I
pounds .-. .. .i -
WANTED.-Capable, reliable in \ .-./. ,, =- :
person .. ...-- I.
will draw a ton. On macadam it takes ; V .',- ;;;.... ;;. ; '
f .' ., ;
POLITICAL QUIPS. every county to represent large company of '1./- .e,; 'f/. _:..".:. ; .:-;: ; .... .
46 pounds and on rough gravel 147 solid financial reputation; $936 salary per ,/' ..' '. '' _. ,. ;;.
pounds. year, payable weekly; $3 per day absolutelysure .'/0/ IYl. I /l I '"'>' "" .,
When a politician is weighed in the ';::':" I ; \ Ct. ,. \,' .
all expenses; straight, bona-fide, P t-7 _:(! 1.-, : J- .. '" '>"
balance, he is usually found wantingan definite salary, no commission; salary paid -"" '._"""'- ..-:...'. <>J..;'..'::.....:.'. _'
THE HOlE GOLD CURE.An each and "" .1.- -'" 1=.J'i.r.; : .
Saturday de.
office with a big salary and little expense money advanced '' -. -
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W>rk.-Chicago News. --- each week. STANDARD HOUSE, 334 Dear- -' :-. .. ; t. 'v.y' ...... t; -t.' ,
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Ingenious Treatment by which Drunkards born street,Chieao.lull's. -._....... "': .i.t."l: .. -, : .,
Seven states will hold elections this ,. -..- *' ,."...... :_ .", < _. _
are Being Cured Daily in 4tf1o'J'\ ":::: '; -. :.::;:
falL Blessed the other 38 that will ; !"':'' '" -.-. -" "s-s ...
are Themselves. Va'f.; -' '. : +""Ii "# T '' 'iiF >'<. :pr- s. ''-- #
have nothing but their crops to attend Spite _- --o' .;!-'f;. .. ....:.'.-.-ff'F.;,P' ....._:.;y.-,:;-'- ', '-. 7-__ --

!Minneapolis Times. Noxious Doses. No Weakening of the I Pills i -

t A St. Louis repeater has been sentenced Nerves. A Pleasant Positive Cure BY LAND AND SEA.

to the penitentiary for two for the Liquor Habit.

But the man who hired him to Short Rail Ride to Savannah,
It is now generally known and under- This I thence via Palatial
popular falls
remedy never to I
repeat is still'at large.-Rochester Democrat stood that drunkenness is a disease and effectually cure Steamships. . .
and Chronicle. not weakness. A body filled with poison

What Two Cents Will Do. and nerves completely: shattered by periodical Dyspepsia, Constipation,Sfck Four Ships Savannah to New York Each Week MOD, Wed, FrI and Sat.
or constant use of intoxicating liquors Headache BiliousnessAnd
It will bring relief to sufferers from I requires an antidote capable of neutralizing Making close connections with New York-Boston Ships or Sound Lines. .t
.;asthma or consumption, even in tl e i and eradicating: this poison and ALL, DISEASES arising from a .
.worst cases. This is ahout what or.e do>e I destroying the craving for intoxicants. Torpid Liver and Bad DigestionThe All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules

.of Foley's Honey and Tar costs. Isn't it Sufferers may now cure themselves at natural result Is good appetiteand Write for general information, sailing schedules,
worth a trial? Wilson & Son. home without publicity or loss of time solid flesh. Dose small; elegantly staterooms reservations or call on

from business by this wonderful "HOME sugar coated and easy to swallow. WALTER HAWKINS, General Agent, 224 West Bay St.,Jacksonville. Fla..
TRACK TALK. GOLD CUKE," which has been perfected Take No Substitutes P. E. LEFEVRE, Manager, W. H. PLEASANTS, Traffic Manager _'

after many years of close study and treat : New Pier33, North River, New York.PAMERICAN .

Pearl 0, 2:0: (%} pacing, will be track. ment of inebriates. The faithful use according BANNER- SALVE_ .
-ed this year.Boralma to directions of this wonderful the -- -
most healing: salvo the world.DYSPEPTICIDE. \
discovery is positively guaranteed to cure ----
2:08, is working'quartere in
the most obstinate case no matter how
-SIVs t hard a drinker. Our records how the
Toboggan, 2:20, pacing, is being trained marvelous transformation of thousands of Tho greatest aid to DIGESTION.
at the trot.Confessor. drunkards into sober, industrious and up- -- -- j

_ __.. 2l51/_n_._.. _is_ tmitpd______ as__ wnnderfully .. __- _rilht_ran- n man__n._ iW 'M HAIR PACKER'S BALSAM .-TTY'.. -- ..... .-. .c--m...T........,......,.. "4.'N..T.. X.7
Wives cure husband! Childrencure
Improved and a sure 2:10 trot- your Cleaned tad botntifies the halt
ter.: your fathers! This remedy is in no Promote a luxuriant growth. f
sense a nostrum but is a specific for this .. >.=- ii' Never Hair to Pails its to youthful Cory May 1 November 1901. I
Cresceus, 2:04 was stepped a Quarter disease only, and is so skillfully devised Cures scalp d.:<*SKB& hair fa:i>Jg.3laandtl.'jt ,
In 32 seconds at Cleveland the other and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble : DnipgisU

and pleasant to the ,taste, so that it can

ciay.A horse named Eugene Ross, by Tre- be given in a cup of tea or coffee without The Seaboard Air-Line

villian, 2:0S'J, is one of the numerous the knowledge of the person taking it. KodolDyspepsia Railway
2:10: prospects. Thousands of drunkards have cured themselves -
with this priceless remedy, and as
Effle Powers is the first performer to
many more have been cured and made OFPERS
beat 2:10 in 1901. She paced a heat at temperate men by having the "Cure" ad- .

-Baltimore in 209. ministered by loving friends and relatives Cure LOW EXCURSION
W. J. Andrews will race the Harri- without their knowledge in coffeeor RATES

man horses In New England. They are tea and believe today that they discontinued -

being prepared at the half mile track In drinking of their own free will. Digests what you eat.It FROM ALL FLORtDA: :

Goshen, N. Y. Do not wait. Do not be deluded by apparent "- artificially digests the food and aids POtNTS
and misleading "improvement. Nature in and I
strengthening recon*
Milton Henry.. who rode Cap and Drive out the disease at once and for all strutting the exhausted digestive or
a' Bells winner of the Oaks, bad three : time. The "Home Gold Cure" is sold at gans. It is the latest discovered digests RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE, $42.95 and $42.30. !

mounts at Longchamps, France, and the extremely low price of one dollar, ant and tonic No other preparation Tickets sale ,
"won on them all. thus placing within reach of everybody a can approach it in efficiency. It instantly on daily. Corresponding rates from other points. Double Daily

Elastic Pointer the $10.000 green treatment more effectual than others cost- relieves and permanently cures Service, including Sunday, via Richmond and Washington.

brother of Star Pointer 1::))9;}, workedin ing $25 to $50. Full directions accompany Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
2:16 half In 1:07 each package. Special advice by skilled Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea SCHEDULES. "
quarter in 0:32& QUICK LATEST PULLMAN
physicians when without extra
at Hartford a few days requested Sick Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps andall EQUIPMENT. :
charge. Sent prepaid to any part of the other results of imperfect digestion.
Charles A. Thompson has at the Em- world on receipt of one dollar. Address For further information, writeE.
Price 50c.and$1. Large size contains
pire City track a 2-year-old pacer by Dept. C626, EDWIX. GILES & Co., 2330 toaall size.Book all about dyspepsia mailed 2H times free L. BUNCH" Gen. Pass. Agent A. 0. MAcDONELL, Asst. Gen.
.Bow Bells dam, b1.a son of Bed and 2332 Market street, Philadelphia.All Prepared by E. C. OeWITT A CO.. Chicago Portsmouth, Va. Pass. Agent.

Rakes,'.that is said to'" be a corter. correspoidenc-- .< trictlv 1t. confidential. Sol t" n. p. Wilson & Son. JAS. M. BARR, Vice-President and General Manager Jacksonville, Fla
Portsmouth, Va.4w .

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; ,THE FLORIDA PAItEnter Crime Am {Negroes. i "That any"person or:agent of such per-
: son claiming any of,the land&or parts
The question of the ,tendency of: thereof or 'creditor of r
; d at the pbstoffice at Titnsville assecondclass any "veI'SQU, I
matter.: crime,among negroes'w ,discussedat may, at any time within two years next
i' : ;
$ considerable length at one of succeeding the sale redeem any parcelof 1461
and Publlgher.
; 1011 B. Water,. Editor
: the sessions of,the last:day's meeting said land, or' part or interest in the

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.8UBSCKIPTION ,of the.Negro_State Teachers' as- same by paying' to the clerk of the circuit --
court ,the for which such
ANNUM amount m.vPwErOWDER
S. 1.60 ; sociation-the meetings being held
4 15 CENTS FOB SIX MONTHS. parcel was sold, or such portion, thereofas
at the Georgia Industrial college.It the part or interest redeemed shall

., ':: : AdTertiilncBate Application.* Famished on is not a difficult matter to explain amount to, with,interest thereon at the Makes the food more delicious and wholesome

.' :i .. this tendency. ,The wonderis rate of 25 per cent per annum and 50 .

:', It must be clearly-understood that neither when the environments of the cents redemption fees See section 57 _____KOVAL_ mows pooe co.,*tw W K. __ -a-
for ,
THE STAB nor its editor' is responsible : of chapter 4322 of the laws of Florida.At .
opinion expressed by correspondente. negro ,children are taken into consideration '
any time within 90 days after the

Subscribers' will confer a favor 'on THE why it. is that_ the per- expiration of two years from date of tax
? :.8 AR if they will notify us of any failure to centage of criminals among themis sale, and before notice of application for quired in strict accordance, with section The average age of man has increased
their 5 and also section 7 in so far as relates to seven years and six months in the last
neceive, paper.Communications not larger. No doubt the'negro tax deed is published, the cost of redemption -
hundred This is due to increased
taxes for "subsequent omitted years.
on live topics,,especially children have some religious teach- of land covered by a tax_certificate years. sanitation and advancement in medicine
i of local interest,are solicited. But the editor but, the held by an individual will be the Under section 5 any person may redeem -
; reserves the right to condense'them to suit. ing, neighborhoods in amount of the tax certificate, or such any particular certificate by payingthe and surgery.

t Brief items of neighborhood news always which they live and their homes, proportion thereof as the part or interest amount required by said section, together ,

desired for the most calculated with the tayes for.the "subsequent Blown to Atoms.
part, are not redeemed shall bear to the whole, with
F to them the interest thereon the omitted years" and interest thereon as r The old idea that the body sometimes
the old story of Mr. impress upon ne- at rate of 25 percent
Ir ONCE again provided by section 7, and he is not compelled needs a powerful, drastic, purgative pill
and the lead- annum for the first two
rehashed. cessity importance of per years
wealth is being has been exploded for Dr. King's New
Bryan's to redeem all tax sale certificates ;
from the date of the sale
I The latest figures fixed upon by ing moral lives.: They are brought rate of 8 per cent tax annum and for at the the held by the state covering the same land, Life Pills, which are perfectly harmless, i
per stimulate
liver and
'' the amount of,his under very few refining influencesand but it would be best for his own protection gently bowels to expel -
the as time after Section
: guessers i two years. 57 of chapter poisonous matter, cleanse the system
he they are exposed to the vices 4322 and section 5 of for him to redeem all such tax sale
fortune is $150,000. Suppose chapter 4888 of and absolutely cure constipation and sick
is worth that sum, says the Savannah and immoralities which are prac- the laws of Florida construed together. certificates, as it would save the payment headache. Only 25c. at Wilson & Sons'

have the ticed in the worst parts of the In--- the- -- mlemntinn_ __ _.-_____ of land mvflred-____ hw of taxes for "subsequent omitted years"again and J. B. Screven's druc store. 1
.News, will anybody 6 tax: certificates 1iciiaj hereafterbe -J when he applied to redeem another
and cities. .
t: hardihood. say that he did ,not towns issued in the form provided by section tax sale certificate covering the same
Itis a safe statement that if negro land. Under section 7 the is true
.earn every penny of it honestly? 1 of chapter 4888 of the laws of same CASTOR

;. -- children were trained in 'comfortable Florida, section 5 of said act must be followed as to the right of a purchaser to purchaseany

A IT is estimated that the reduc- homes, kept away from in lieu'of the law above given applying particular tax sale certificate upon For'Infants and Children.

tion in war revenues to result from evil become associations and not with permittedto vice braced to in the tax redemption sale certificates of land,held em-by the law,payment but such of tax the sale amount certificate required wouldbe by The Kind You Have Always Bought

the taking of the stamp taxes, acquainted in individuals which issued of no value to him whatever as he '
were under section Bears the
has into effect its various forms the percentage of would be compelled to take all other IT
: Which just gone 54 of chapter 4322 of the laws of np IWeekly
crime would be far sale certificates held the state ZflMUOf/
will amount to $41,000,000 ,a year. among negroes Florida. tax by

I* The largest reduction will be in less than it is. After the notice of application of deedis covering the same land before a tax deed I

There is wide field for missionary the could issue, and under the act of 1901 no
published Weather .
the matter of beer where the sum a applicant to redeem will Report.U.
vested in the
work in nearly town of have to comply with section 9 of chapter right, or .8.DEPARTMENT
will be .annum. The every AGRICULTURE WEATHER -
$9,800,000 per purchaser until a tax deed is executed by
4888 of the laws of Florida "by payingto BUREAU.
f next'largest figures,are bank checks importance in the south, becausein the clerk the full amount that be the clerk of the circuit court; shouH the
; may Comparative statement of
$7,000OOMobacco( $7,000,000, promissory nearly every one of them thereis due'the applicant all certificates, fees purchaser fail to purchase all the tax and rainfall for the week ending temperatures Tuesday..

4 notes $3,500,000, proprie- a large negro population that and cost of publication, or such portion sale certificates held by the state at the July 2, 1901.

could be so influenced that the thereof as the part or interest redeemed same time it would necessitate the payment 1901 1900 -
medicines $3,950,000; cigars
P tary ot taxes for the subsequent omitted DATE. MAX. WIN. MAX. MIN
f and insurance $3,000- percentage of negro criminals shall bear to the whole, together with 8 June 26. 86 76 86 SO .
$3,000,000, a second time when he applied fora h
I thereon." years 27. 86 76
.. would be greatly reduced. per 87 80
000. tax deed, as the words "oldest certifi .'I. 28. 86 73 86 SO
_w wwww PURCHASE OF TAX SALE CERTIFICATES.The cate" mean the oldest certificate held by 29. 85 76 85 76

CHARLES M. SCHWAB recently THE Herald has an estimate of act of 1901, chapter 4888 of the the state for which an application is made July 30.1. 86 85 76 74 Sd 86 76 78

the total mineral and metal laws of Florida the of either to redeem or purchase and the "
;; gave sum of money to a Penn- outputof provides terms 2. 87 78 86 75
sylvania church to off its debt. the United States during the purchase of tax sale certificates as follows purchase of one of several tax sale certificates Total rainfall for the week, .03 inch
Departure from the
: held by th? state does not carry normal rainfall for the
But he says he will not repeat the past year which places the sum of .week, minus 1.10 inches.
"Any purchase with it right not possessed by any
person may any certificate any Departure from normal rainfall since Jan.
: performance, because he considers values at 1,365,60S,583, being"an of-land sold or certified to the other person in any subsequent transac- 1, 1901, pins 11.35 inc es.

f it bad policy. He thinks that if a increase of something more than state for taxes from the clerk of the circuit tion under chapter 4888 of the laws of HAL P. HABDIN,

congregation is old enough to havea 8147,000,000 as compared with last court of the count wherein sirch Florida.If Jupiter"Fla., July Observer 2. 1901.Weather Bureau.

church and a church debt it is year. This includes the precious land is situated by paying to such clerk any person should purchase only
the amount of such certificate and inter- one of several tax sale certificates held
old enough to have paid it off, or metals, as well as coal, iron, cop- Zircon is the heaviest precious stone,
est thereon from the date of the certificate by the state covering the same land, any its
at least old enough to have had the per, lead, etc. weight being fourand one-half times
at the rate of 25 per cent. per annum purchaser of all of the remaining tax than
greater equal
judgment not to contract a debt -.- for the first two years, and 8 per cent sale certificates would have the right and quantity of water.It .

that it saw no means of paying except I TAX X 8LECERTIFICTE3.f per annum for the time after the first two could secure a tax deed to the land as Girdles the Globe.

in distant years. He will years and a fee of 50 cents for the clerk, against the person who purchased only The fame of Bucklen's ,
,' and the endorsement of such certificateby one of such tax certificates.The Arnica Salve, as
continue to help new churches, but How the, Act of 1901 Applies to Their the best in the world, extends round the
such clerk officially, with the date law must be strictly followed and
eart It is the
he is to draw the line at old one perfect healer of
: going Redemption and Purchase. and amount received, shall be sufficient the full amount fixed and required by I cuts, corns, burns, bruises, sores, scalds

churches with old debts. Comptroller Reynolds is sending out evidence of the transfer and assignment law must be collected in every case. boils, ulcers, felons, aches, and allskin

the following circular 'letter of instruc thereof. Any portion of'landa or inter- It is important that the law should be eruptions. Only infal Rains pile cure.

: THE Engineering and Mining tion relative to the redemption and purchase est therein contained in a tax certificateheld applied uniformly in each and every 2oc a box at Wilson & Son's and J. B.

_i Journal gives some interesting fig- of tax sale certificates under the I'' by the state, which can be ascertained county, and I will do all in my power to Screven'g.ine 1

and new Jaw after September 1st: by a legal and usual subdivision. contribute to that end. -. -
the silver
ures respecting gold DEAR SIR-1 submit- the following provisions can be redeemed- or sold by a certificateof Yours very truly, state flower of Louisiana is the
; production of the United States such transfer W. H. REYNOLDS magnolia, of Missouri the goldenrod of
of the law and the construction or redemption, under I : ,
during the last calendar year. The placed thereon for your information and the hand and official seal of the clerk of Comptroller.It Arkansas the apple blossom. Nebraska's -

total of gold from mines in this guidance on and after Sept. 1st, A. D. the circuit court, and a deed may issue state flower should be the alfalfa blossom. '

country is placed at $78,159,674, an 1901: thereupon in compliance with the termsof Dazzles the World.

I increase of $8,063t over the REDEMPTION OF TAX SALE CERTIFICATES this act. Endorsement of the clerk No discovery in medicine has ever This Will Interest Many.
shall be made upon the tax certificate of created one quarter of the excitementthat Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B), the fa-
previous The value of silver WHEN HELl BY TilE STATE. ) '
year. the portion of the certificate redeemedor has been caused by Dr. King's New mous southern blood purifier, quickly

produced was $36,576,900, there be- The act of 1901, chapter 4888, of the sold, giving the description of the Discovery for Consumption. Its severest cures cancer, blood poison, pimples, boils, j

ing an increase of 2,434,963 troy laws of Florida provides for redemptionsas land and the date of the transfer, with tests have been on hopeless victims of I carbuncles, ulcers, eating Fores, scrofula,

ounces during the year as compared follows: the amount received therefor. Should it consumption, pneumonia, hemorrhage, erzerna rheumatism, aching tones, joints or back,

"Any person, or agent of such person, appear that the land covered by the old pleurisy and bronchitis, thousands of skin catarrh, and all blood and
with the before. Colorado troubles. B.
year whom it has restored to perfect health. K heals
owning or claiming lands sold for every sore-
taxes, est certificate to be transferred and
or can- makes the
is now the leading gold pro For coughs, colds, asthma, croup, hay blood pure and rich. B.
or any part or parcel thereof, or any interest celed has not been assessed, or is assessedto and B. B., the finest blood
fever hoarseness whooping cough it purifier made.
ducing state, her output last year therein, or the creditor of any such the state for any subsequent year, the is the, quickest, surest cure in the world.It Druginste$1, Trial treatment free by

amounting to $28,762,036. The owner or claimant, may redeem the same party purchasing or redeeming the oldest is sold by Wilson & Son and J. B. writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. 3

southern states altogether produced at any time after such sale and before a certificates shall pay to the clerk the Screven, who guarantee satisfaction or

$230,000 of gold. The world's gold tax deed is issued therefor, by paying to taxes due for each of such subsequent refund money. Large bottles 50c. and C9TcII4.

.. the clerk of the circuit court of the coun- omitted years, based upon the last as- $1.00. Trial bottles free. 1 Bean the The Kind You Have Always Bought
in 1900
product was $255,924,654. ty wherein such land is situated the face sessed valuation, with interest thereon at Signature 1-.I r
as against $311,505,947 in 1899. of the :I Know One Sure Remedy ot- 4
certificate of sale, or such proportion the rate of 25 per cent. per annum for ,
: showing a decrease of $55,581,293, thereof as the part or interest redeemed the first two years and 8 per cent. per for an obstinate cold. Its name is Pyny-Balsam.

owing to the diminished production \ shall bear to the whole, and interest annum for the time after the first two Pyny-Balgam Relieves Right Away

1 of the Transvaal mines. thereon at the rate of 25 per cent. years, beginning on the first day of Aprilof NOTICE and makes a speedy end of coughs and colds.

per annum for the first year, and 8 percent the year next after the year for which Of Application for Permit to Sell Liquors,

per annum for the time after the such taxes are due." See section 7. Wines and Beer. PROPOSALS.Bids .

ONE thought that is suggestedby first year from the date of sale, togetherwith The words "subsequent omitted years"are Public notice is hereby given that R. L. are invited by the Board of Public

the address of ex.S !cretarr of a fee of 50 cents for the clerk for held to mean each year subsequent to commissioners Motlow has filed of with Brevard the county board of, in county the erection instruction of a until public July school 16th, 2 p. m., for the

the Navy H. A. Herbert before the each certificate or part of certificate to the year for which the taxes were assessed state of Florida, his application for a permitto Pierce as per plan and specifications structure at file Fort in
: Alabama Bar association at Montgomery redeemed." See section 5. on the land embraced in the oldesttax sell liquors, wines and beer iu election district the office of J. M Dixon, chairman, at Titus-
"Should it that the land No. 2 of said county and state; that such yule 'Ia. E. E.
sale certificate MIMS
appear covered applied for the ,
is that the
on Friday, application will be acted on by the said boardof Secretary and
views which Senator McLaurin of by the oldest certificate to be trans subsequent year or years for which the county commissioners: at their next regu -- Superintendent.
1 ferred or canceled has not been assessed, land was sold for unpaid taxes. lar meeting, which will be held on the first -
I. South Carolina, has been expressing or is assessed to the state, for any subsequent Tuesday in August. A. D. 1901, at 1 o'clock in COMMISSIONERS SALE.In .
PURCHASER MUST REDEEM ALL OTHER OUTSTANDING the afternoon of said day, and the said board pursuance of
in recent speeches have the the an order of If: on. A. D
approval year, party purchasing or redeeming -
TAX SALE CERTIFICATES. herebf calls upon any citizen of such election Penney,judge of Brevard
county I
of more southern men who the oldest certificates shall pay district who may desire to do so to show I will sell at private sale, for cash, ,
_are_ nrominent_ nu_ in_ __ business_ ___n____ _and_ fhc..... to the clerk the taxes due for each of "The.. holder. of any .tax .certificate. at cause, if,any there be, at the, aid next regular L 1901,' ,_ all. w.the right_ title and interest- ----- or-- n'R.--,
uo such subsequent omitted years, based any time two years alter the date of its meeting 01 saia ooara, wny such permit neirsoiwrs.iannyA.Smithin and to the
professions than is generally be- shall not be granted to the said applicantBy following described
the last assessed valuation with interest issue may obtain a tax deed to the land land in Brevard county
upon order of the board of commis- to-wit: Lot A
in Rerdell's
lieved to be the case. The signs thereon at the rate of 23 per cent. therein described by application to the sioners of Brevard county, Florida. This VIIle- GEO.addition W. to Titus-

are multiplying that. there are per annum for the first two years and 8 clerk .)f the circuit court of the county the 2nd day of July, A. D. 1901. mmissioner-SCOBIE,

many who are in sympathy with per cent per annum for the time after wherein such land is situated as provided JOHN R. WALKER Titusville, Fla., June 21st, 1901.
Chairman of the Boar of County Commis-
Senator McLaurin and ex-Secretary te;; first two years, beginning on the in this act and the surrender of such sioners, Brevard County Florida.

Herbert. Mr. Herbert made first day of April of the year next after certificate and the payment to the clerkof NOTICE.To .

an the year for which such taxes are due." the proper amount for the redemptionor NOTICEOf all whom it may concern: Thirty days
earnest plea for greater independence See section 7. surrender of all other. outstanding certificates after this date I will, on behalf of the state

of thought and less slavish The words "subsequent omitted years"are : covering said lands, and the payment Application Wines for Permit and Sell Liquors, of White Florida for ,the execute following a tax described deed to James J.

adherence to parties. His address held to mean each year subsequent to to the clerk of a fee of 50 cents for wit: South of lot 9, plat in deed to-J
each certificate then redeemed Public notice is hereby given that F. A. page 177, sections 7 ,
and for and
was an indication that there was a the year for which the taxes were as- Losley has filed with the board of county range 37 east township 26. south
tendency towards independent sessed on the land embraced in the oldesttax searches, and a fee of $1 for the issue of commissioners of Brevard county, in t estate taxed July 6th., containing 1896, unless 5 acres, IDld for

sale certificate applied for, except the the deed; provided, all applications for of Florida, his application for a peimit shown me on or before good cause lie
A thinking political matters. Tot subsequent or for which the tax deeds shall be made within ninety to sell liquors, wines and beer in election district should not issue said deed.Aug. 5tb, 1001, why I
what extent independent thinkingin year years days after the expiration of two No. 2 of sai I county and state; that such This July 5th, 1901.
\ land was sold for unpaid taxes. years application will be acted on by the said boardof
matters will manifest from the date of the certificate if A. A. STEWART
political bought county commissioners at their next regu- Clerk Circuit Court
itself here in the south in the'next at the sale by a private party, or within lar meeting, which will be held on the first County, Fla.
the tax sale certificate covering ninety days after its transfer by the Tuesday in August, A. D. 1901, at 1 o'clock in
presidential campaign cannot now the afternoon of said day, and the said board NOT!CE.
the land for is held individual
applied by an state, if owned by the state, after the expiration -
calls citizen of such elec- Notice is
be predicted with degree of upon any hereby given that at .
any the following provisions of law 'of two the expiration
years from the date of tion district who may debire to do so to show of ten days from this date
,certainty. Much will depend upon apply: the certificate, containing the description cause, if any there be, at the said next regu. after 98 practicable. I will apply, or to soon the there-honorable

what the Democratic party does in At any time during the first two years embraced in one certificate, and ten lar meeting of said board, why such permit board of pardons for the state of Florida -
from date of tax sale, when land applied cents for each additional shall not be granted to the said applicant. for a pardon for Edward F. Church
its next national convention, and ,I description of By order of the board of county commis- was convicted of who
whether other states than those for is covered by a tax sale certificate issued land embraced in any one deed." See sioners of Brevard county Florida. This the the spring term of breaking the circuit and court entering for at

under section 54 of chapter 4322 of section 10. 2nd day of July, A. D. 1901. ard county, Florida, A. D. 1901E. Brev-

that have acted will eliminate the, the laws .Florida. the terms of redemption In making the redemptions provided JOHN R. WALKER, F. ROGERS,
Chairman of the Board of County Commis-
'; rate negro te. are a follow? Supervisor of State Convicts.
; for tniacopfion;
I by be
payments mast re- sioners, Brevard County, Fla. June 27th, 1901.




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county,and'that they report .at the next What Humors?-
COUNTY O :COMMISSIONERS'I ( MHIHG( meeting of this board. j are Jas. Pritchard & Son

No. 36., On motion it Is ordered that j They are vitiated or morbid fluids coon-
: .
Continued from 1.
Page "
under authority granted by chapter 4322, lag the veins and affecting the tlasues. "

laws of Florida, the county of :Brevard They-are commonly due to defective digestion -
4- in view of these shall and does : Headquarters :, :. .
pointed, : requirements, hereby impose an occupation but are sometimes inherited '
'we,.the board, hereby appoint Mr., J. 0. tax on fish dealers as follows: No How do they manifest themselves? I ',; :
Fries superintendent of roads for' Bre person shall engage in or manage the i
:vard county for the term of ,one: year.. business of'a fish dealer in Brevard county -;; salt In rheum many forma eczema of cutaneous and eruption boils, HAR forDWA ]
Passed. unless a county license shall have beenprocured or pimples R E. ;;
from the tax collector, which and in weakness, languor, general debility.
;- No. 18.,Application of W. J. Tucker for license shall be issued to each person on How.are'they expelled? By ,

permit to:sell liquors;'etc., district No. receipt of the amount; hereinafter provided .. .: .f t-

9 was-received and ordered published according :- together with the county jU'ge's'lees Hood's.Sarsapa. illaI .Tinware Crockery. '
: to law of for each license and .. .. )
twenty-five cents which also builds up the system that has .
No..19. Application of R. L. Motlow to shall be signed by the tax collector and I suffered from them.It ?

z sell liquors,.etc., in.district No. 4 was received county judge and have the county judge's is the best medicine fo* -'l ""mo"- STOVES .: :
and ordered published seal upon it. Fish dealers who desire to \ .: ).
according use the product of five or less nets shall i : .''''
.- to lawn B. A. Conkling, supervising and workon : .
No. 20. Application of R.' L. Motlow to pay and a not tax more of ten than dollars ten ,nets of more, fifteen than dollars five bridge______'_____________._____ 6.00 Boat Goods, Paints and Oils, '. '.

sell liquors, etc., in district No. 2 was re- ; of more.than ten nets and not 'more FOURTH DISTRICT. -. "
__________._ and .
ceived and ordered published according than fifteen nets, twenty dollars; of more F. C. Poppell, road work 12.50 .

to law. than fifteen and not more than twenty SECOND DISTRICT-SPECIAL.. ;

No.21. Application of F. ,A. Lesley to nets, twenty-five dollars; of more than J. D. Sams hauling marl ____________ 2.00 ;!
twenty and not more than twenty'.five F. W. LaRoche, ___________ 8.60 WOODENWARE.
x sell liquors, etc. in district No. 2 was re- H. W. Jenkins, \ ____________ 8.60 ;
nets dollars of than
ceived and ordered published according thirty ; more twenty- R. B. LaRoche, ___________ 8.60 .
to law. five and not more than fifty nets, fifty i B; Sams, ____________ 8.60 Write for prices. '.
dollars; of more than fifty nets, one hundred L. P. Allen, .___________ 5.00 .
No. 22. ,The report of the tax collector dollars. R. J. BaRoehe '" ---_________ 8.60 TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. .- ",, '
of insolvencies, etc., amounting to$735.93state All persons engaged in buying and ,

and $1803.04 county, $478.69 spec shipping fish, or in shipping fish upon a J. P. Brown, feeding prisoners_______ 127.60J. Box 212. ...,. ...
ial road district No. 5, and $25.68 special commission, or in shipping fish caught Andrews, conv. fees co. court__ 10.00
road district No. 2 total $3043.52 by employees, shall be considered tish J. P. Brown, crim. pros. ___ 1050 .
was re "
i. dealers. A. A. Stewart, ___ ,2.26 .
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ceived-compared and found Dr. iv. Carro1L Goldsmith.
correct. o. w. L.
It is further ordered that
any person,
No. 23. It is
that Wm. Smith, firm or corporation engaged in the busi- a .

of Cocoa, be stricken from the pauper ness of slaughtering cattle, hogs, sheep or NOTICE f 10 CONTRACTORS.O CARROLL & GOLDSMITH,

list.No. other animals, shall pay the county an
24. The following rule was passed occupation tax of fifteen dollars per an-.
i Bids for the following roadwork for the
unanimously: In order that citizens may num for each slaughter pen or house at time from August 1st. 1901, to July 31st, 1902 Staple and Fancy GROCERIES .

;; have an opportunity to correct by protestor which said business is conducted, but will be received on or before noon the first -- .. .
other suggestion to this board ov nothing herein shall be held to impose a Monday in August, 1901, by J. R. Walker,
ersight defect in road work done any tax upon persons Elaughteringanimals for ;chairman of the board of county commissioners. Hay, Grain,.Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
by : Florida
own use. ,
Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware.
contract for the county it will be required The tax above imposed shall go into DISTRICT HO. 1. We solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to.Titusville .

that all final demands for payment for effect Oct. 1st, 1901-and remain in force No.1. Hauling and distributing marl e

such work by contractors shall lie for 30 until removed by the board. This order from the marlbed near LaGrange station on ,

days after the same have been approved shall be published with as little delay as the road from the bridge near L. Coleman's E. L. BRADY & BRO. ,
: by the superintendent of roads before the may be in two papers published in Bre- place to LaGrange church. ,
payment thereof shall be made this vard county once a week for four consecutive Marl to be distributed nine feet wide at
by weeks. Passed in open session of the rate of one cubic yard to each eight feet '
board. the board this 3rd of of road, elevated about two and one-half
day July
No. 25. It is ordered that inches in the middle jmd tow-
the allow gently sloping Dealers .
Xo. 37. On motion it is ordered that Groceries Grain and
ards the sides. Hay
In .
ance of:Martha White a pauper, be re. the bids for road contracts be published No rock or vegetable matter will be al- .

duced from $8.00 to $5.00 per month. according to law in THE FLORIDA STAR, a lowed but only clear marl. ,

i' No. 26. Commissioner Miot'moved that newspaper published in Brevard county; The contractor shall level up the road in '
the present fish and game warden be re- that the occupation tax on fish dealers first class order before the final acceptance of AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.

quested to resign, whereupon the chairman and slaughter pens be published for four the Bids state price per cubic yard. We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively '
presented the written resignation of consecutive weeks in the East Coast Ad. ? in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on.

said warden and on motion the same was vocate and the Melbourne Times news DISTRICT NO. 2. Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E L. BRADY & BRO.,TITUSVILLE, FLA. ,

papers published in Brevard county. No. 2. Rebuilding the two roads leading
duly accepted.
No. 38. On motion it is ordered that from the public road to Indianola .
No. 27. On.motion Mr. T. A. Robinsonwas postoffice.Both
the tax assessor of Brevard county be, roads to be made second class roads,

recommended for appointment as and he is hereby instructed to levy the ten feet wide, well grubbed and free from .... ... .. .. .. ... .. : / .... ... :..... e.' ; ,. ......<... ...... ........ .:.: .....
fish and game warden to fill the vaca!.cy. following raillage on the real and personal stumps and roots. Necessary fills not less .:: ......:..':.;..:....;....".:.- I....:....::.'... '.:...:....::.:::... ... ..: '...: '.......:.::.....:.-'.:.:.::::..
No. 28. On motion the board proceeded property of Brevard county to-wit: than sixteen feet wide, and ditches not less .:. ....::..:....:. .........._...,:...............:.. .......:.vv.:. .:_-.f.. W........'.... .. .. :.":. '

to equalize taxation. On motion it is ordered State taxes, general fund, 2! mills; pensions than ten feet from the center of roads Also .. ... .:4......"
.4 4 inches of marl 8 feet wide to be spread from "
,. that the assessment of C. D. .Provost 1 mill; general school tax, 1 mill; the corner at Mr. Koerger's place to the foot :.: ; .::.:..:.:.
state board of health % mill; total for the of the hill towards Indianola. I.:"; ExperiencedWheelmen! : ::
on lot 5, Dickson's SuUd. of lot 1, state, 5 mills. County taxesgeneralfund .. ..:..:...
: Sec. 7 and lots 1 and 2 Sec. 7 and S, T. 26 DISTRICT NO. 3. ." : :
4 mills; fine and forfeiture fund, li :::. : ::i::
S., R. 37 E., 10 acres, valued at $600 be mills; general road fund, 3 mills; general No. 3. Opening a public road from Bovineto .'.......
:" .": .
reduced to $300. St. Johns river seven feet wide, all grub : ) .'...:.
school fund 5 mills total for
; county 13J ::.: choc e Ramblers because they have tone ... .
No. 29. On motion it is ordered that mills. Also the following special taxes: bing to be thoroughly done and all stumps ;-.. nd st)ie, as well as all Rood points which t ..;;
and taken
roots ...
Special road fund district No. 3 5 mills up. ": I co t<\ up a wheel cf: very highest : :
the assessment of Robbins & Graham Co. ; .
This contract does not include any fill or grade. 1 he latest i..cutls of :'::;.
on the following described follows: The special sub districts school tax, 3 mills. ditching that may be needed, nor any culverts .:1., :; ;.
No. : _. ..... .....
39. On motion it is ordered that or bridges. .. .. .
of ,
NWJ, plat Fleming grant, Sec. 1, T. ... '
the clerk of the board seal for ,'.
30, R. 38,160 acres, valued at $200 be reduced the board. purchase a DISTRICT NO. 4. .:. r )' .Jl} : .. -_ :- : :...:

to$100. Lots 63 to 69, 74 to 89, No. 40. On motion the following bills Opening a public road from Ed. Summer- .::: ::: :::

90 to 96 inc. Sec. 10, T. 30, R. 38, 140 were audited and paid: lin's place, on the west side of the railroad, i.......... "'-", .'- \ ., 'Xi ;3". ,- .....h..,..

acres, valued at $100 be reduced to $80. J. R. Walker, county commissioner __ 6.00J. ships northerly 33 and to 34 township south range line between 40 The :...,....'. ri r : ,. -._ BICYCLES :.:...:... ..

Lots 10 to 14 inc. plat of Fleming grant, R. Miot, county commissioner and grubbing to be ten feet wide, all stumps and '......... ..... e-.

Sec. 12, T. 30, R. 38, 25 acres, valued at mileage__________ ______ _________. 10.40 roots to be carefully removed, and all uneven .,.,:,. ...,-_ "notice the extra ,'(uiforcedframes' .:..;.
reduced Lots R. A. Conkling, county commissionerand places and holes to be filled and leveled. .. ... ..
$40 to $20. 3 to 7 sub'd.of up
mileage______________________ 14.60 Outside the ten feet grubbed road a of '".:'. :. ',, are the very best built wheels on the marf' ...: ..
f L lot 6 plat Fleming Sec. 12 and space : : i ;7 ktt to-day.: : They las>t. : -
grant, .. ..
John C. Jones, county commissioner three feet on each side to be cleared fro ..'::,. ,, ...
., 19, T. 30 and 31, R. 38, 50 acres, valued and mileage--------------------- 14.00 standing trees and stumps, but the roots will .... $ The peed putaticn g.dr. d by the .;;'
d \ at $50 reduced to $25. Lots 67. to 70. 89 J. F.Bell, county commissioner and not have to be taken up the trees only cut ,. .:.: t Raiulltr, buil ll:'. iluriut: ; tutu_zi j ears' .._'...'
, in- nd95pl t -- ;/ mileage________ ________ _________ 24.60 off level with the ground. 'S.... pernDte: : ,toabes the Rambler a safe and ...'.
to 92 Fleming grant Sec. _______________ ;. 'fJ.C L profitable in\e--tirciit for both the novice .. .
E Bowler, ferryman 10.00H. This contract does not include any possiblefill e. .. .1' "..1"l". "..1 .: l', ..r. ... .
22, T: 30, R. 38, 45 acre, valued at $100, .C. Yowell, ferryman________ .____ 10.00T. or ditching, only opening the road. J" .L. .
reduced to $;(0. Lots 20, 21, and unplat T. Wetmore, ice court house andclerk's Bids to state either the cost per mile, or the ; : : ., KAMBLER ;::

e ted tract between lots 20 and 21 and river office______ ________________ 155 whole distance of five miles.DISTRICT ... PRICE $40 ...
Titusville Electric Light Co., lights .. .. ,.. I
plat Fleming grant, Sec. 20, T. 30, R. 38, court house and jail____ ___________ 9.00 NO. 5. '. Asi/vr "Just if o.' :,; i
25 acres, valued at $150, reduced to $oO Geo. W. Schuyler coroner's inquest.. 3.00 No. 5. Opening a public road the east ::.,' : t..'.'. a
Lots 56 57 63 67 77 SI Fleming J. M.Field, bailiff __ 1.25 I' on :\ .. .. .' .. .."J. .-r. ..t .Z.;;.:. .. .. .t... ... .. ....-.:.
to to plat bank of St. Lucie river from Hankin's place ".0.:..;. '... ,. ..... ..: : .: .t. .;.0. .. .L' . .S '...:... ...... ... c-
T. : R. 38 65 J. McDonald,juror __ .50 to a opposite Mr. Fultz's place. The .,., .. ..... ...... ....... .. ..'. ,. ....:.... ..i .,..' .. ... .. ., : .... ....
Sec. 28 30 point .
acres ., . .". ... ;
grant, Unplattedland G. E. Hill,juror __ .50 grubbing to be seven feet wide, .?'11 stumps .. :.. .. ... '...., .. .. .. .. ...... ..... .... ;.a.. .. . .?. .. .
valued at $12;i, red-icvd to $GO. D. St. Clair Nesbitt,juror __ .50 and roots to be carefully removed, and all ; ;

between lots taO, SI I, iS2: 83 and Se- J. E. Reed,juror __ .50 uneven places and holes to be filled up. Dis-

bastian river, plat Fleming grant, Sec. 20, Sanders,juror "" __ .50 tance about one-half a mile. Two approachesfor E. B. Wager Titusville Agent.
A. S. Humphrey, .50 ,
-- boat each side of the river
ferry ,
a one on
T. 30 R. 3{ lOairesalued at $15
; reduced -'I W. Sweeney, witness .50
-- to be prepared. :More complete specifications
to $10. L<.i8t, ), 12, 13, 16, 17, ..I. r. Brown,jaiuir! _________________ ou.uu nn' will be given about July 25th, 'posted at
18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 2J!, plat Fleming grant, J. P. Brown,janitor_________________ 500J. Spruce Bluff Jensen and Titusville.No. --- ------ -'- 1j11
P. Brown, waiting on board _______ 6 00 JAMES PEITCHAKD. President. W.M. BROWN Vice-President. C. S. SCHUYLER, Cash let
Sec. 30, T. 30 an.l 31, R. 38 and 39, 60 J. Mendel, record road reports etc.8.80 6. Opening a public road from White

acre, value I at &150, reduced to $75. All A. A. Ford, game and fish warden.__ 40.00 i City to Fort Pierce, distance about five miles
blocks 6,11,35, Ji: ( piatVauregan and F. H. Boye, com. as county treasurer 49:$.66 i Grubbing nine feet wide. all stumps and roots INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.
John C. Jones, copying minutes5.00 carefully removed. On each side of this a
\\estunplatted (>;5 acres, plat Fleming 'A. A. Stewart accountant ___________ 15.00J space of three feet to be cleared from stumps
'. grant, Sec. 21, T. :30 and 31, R. 38 and 39, F. Wooten, balance 1899 com______ 185.54A. and standing trees but it will not be lie easa
i' 240 acres, valued at $240, reduced to$120. A. Stewart, aud. and clerk co. com 83.50 ry to take them up by the roots,only cut them County Depository. #
____ off level with the ground. i
clerk county court 8.55
land lying east of lots 15 and
Unplatted This contract does not include
clerk circuit court___ 31.20J. necessaryfills
28 and west railroad, plat of Waiuegan Andrews, salary pros attorney_ 33.33A. and ditching, only opening the road. Authprized Capital$100,000. '
Sec. :30 T. 30 and 31 R. Bids to state either price per mile, or for
Fleming grant, D. Penney, salary county judge25.00T.
the whole road. Paid Capital 3 25,000
37, 38 and 39, 20 acres, valued at $30, reduced J. Cockshutt, registration officer __ 10.41 up
verifying road petition 2.00 No. 7. Keeping in repair and good clean Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS .
to $20. C. II. Walton, printing note heads--_ 2.23; order the public road from the north boundary .
'{ Xo. 30. On motion it is ordered that the J. E. Walker & Co., cover for clerk's of the district at Mr. Cook's place north A

ji;: ,i assessment of Anna J. Brown on the west desk-____________________________ 1.41 boundary of section 23 township 3.5. range 40, \
10 chains of south 12* chains of lot 4, except Tom Johnson, repairs jail and clerk's to the south boundary: of the county near General Banking Business ** ** y A .r4.
and Britt, Sec. 3 T. 35 office_____________________________ 2.00 Wavelaud. Road to be worked fourteen fee ;
Sykes, May Bond Lumber Co., lime for jail ______ 1.55J. wide as often as it will be necessary, but not
R. 40, 9* acres valued at $200 be reducedto Pritchard & Son, hardware sheriff's less than four times during the year. First Largest and Oldest

$150. bouse____________________________ 3.45 working on or before the end of September. Ball) on the River
Xo. 31. On motion the board filed with C. H. Walton, adv. names stricken_ 4 50 --- ; ?* ,

the tax assessor a statement setting forth W. L. Hughlett, med. attend. pauper 13.00J. Strikes a Rich Find. Exchange Bought and Sold on &&m
the boundary of the special school dis- B. Beach & Co., medicine pauper__ 1.75
of taxation to be levied Mrs. E. Lyman, pauper____________ 10.00 "I was troubled for several years with all Foreign Countries. -' '
tricts, the rate therein Win. Corey, ____________ 5.00 chronic i indigestion and) nervous debilitv ,
real and personal property Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, '
; on the 8.00 writes F. II. Green of Lancaster
( Geo. Denham, ,
------------ "
.. favor consistent
is ordered to levy polite treatmtntandevery
and the tax assessor
M. Bridges, 5.00 N. H. "Xo remedy helped until J I
r. law. ------------ me with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS ,
such assessment according to J. Lewis, ------------ 5.00 ,began using Electric Bitters, which did i '
Ko. 32. On motion it is ordered that M. Futch 5.00 : ,f '
----------- me more mol than all the medicines ]I
remaining in special road ffundof Charity Padgett, 15.00 Seaboard National Bank of New York, .
the $5.08 ------------ ever used. They have also kept wife -
be Wm. Smith 6.00 and National Bank of Jacksonville. -
district Xo. 2, of 1899 levy, trans- ------------ in excellent health for She
years. says
road fund district C. McNellis, ------------ 5.00
ferred to the special ,
: L. Tucker, 10.00A. Electric Bitters are just splendid for female -
: Xo. 2, 1900 levy. Gore 6.00 troubles; that they are a grand tonic TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
------------ ,
Xo. 33. On motion $150 is hereby H. Basin 5.00 and invigorator for weak, run down
,. transferred from the fine and forfeiture M.: White, ------------ 500 No other medicine can take itplaC'e -
women. ___ __ __._ ___
the feeding prisoners' fund. 6.00 ,aaa.aaaaa. auaa .._.._ ...__
fund to Wm. Anderson ------------ in them.
our family. Try Only
treasurer's monthly report J. C. Johnson 5.00 Gardeners and Truck Growers WILL SAVE AND MAKE i i
Xo. 34. The Mrs ------------ 50o. Satisfaction guaranteed by WiNon f
r, of finances of the county for the month of .i Mrs. G. W. Brooks, "" ----------- 1000T. & Son and J. B. Screven. 1 MONEY BY BUYING,
June was received, warrants checked up C. Prescott, ------------ i!
Ira Crosby, ------------ 5.00
M and found correct with report of treasurer. CA. 35TORIA.Bears fort
Commission-i, BRIDGE AND ;
The chairman appointed
Conkling and Bell a committee to destroy -! ACCOUNT. the _/ Ito Kind You HM Always Bought!

ers the paid warrants turned over by I J. 0. Fries, superintendent of roads_ 12.00 Signature f# ; *HOOKIW fiALL
estimate for 19025.00
treasurer. They reported they had done' making of I i1Y I '
The treasurer FIRST DISTRICT.J.

the same had a and certificate were discharged.of the bank attachedto I W. Osban, bal. contract No. 2______ 37.50 NOfICE. T .. i-f.J\NTIN<1

that the amount of J. T. Feaster, ace. contract No. 1_____ 25.00 To all whom it may concern: In accord t !1
his showing
report deposit I' hauling marl___________ 18.00 ance with an order made in the court of the
in his was on -
for report ,
money called Mendell working marl 5.00 judge of Brevard Florida, the GICCJNB BlRMfB SEED AJfD 1t8. YAUNTI5K i
State bank to J. ---- ------ county county AND RKFOQIl Bf AN' *. I
: in the Indian River SECOND DISTRICTT. undersigned will sell at public auction to the MATCHLKM AND Mo rr-MAr zl TOMATO. KTC, KTC. /-

his credit as county treasurer. ___ highest and best bidder, for cash, on the 8th EVERYTHING FOR THE SUMMER AND FALL GARDEN ''
No. 35. On motion it is ordered that A. Robinson, ace. contract No. 6 200.00 day of July, A D. 1901, between the hours of ONLY HIGH GRADE TESTED SEEO OFFERED.

Commissioners Bell and Conkling be appointed THIRD DISTRICT 11 a. m. and 2 p m., all the goods now in the { -Larjest Cesbtned Seed*.4 Nursery mouse ta t' S6tf.1a.

a committee to investigate and Fee & Stewart, rope, etc. ------------ .92 store of R. C. Doom, deceased, the said goods THIS POMONA NUa8KRl ( ADDissa THE GRIPPING hnn<:
ascertain the cost of a proper location and G. S. Snedeker, work on bridge____ 27.50 having been deemed perishable.Jos. tiiY I.+lUti BKKD BAIi11L C.Wogaetree. sonII CO.Ms. /,

building to be used as a poor farm in this E. A. Hardee,ace. contract No. 14____ 50.00 P. BROWN, Curator. L..vm.w.. ws., .... .:... ......_..........J: .......... --

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f= C CURRENT[ lOcn 'l LRCON1CS.f C "A development Shamrock as II intensely Challenged.interestingas COUNTY O COMMISSIONERS' MEETING( G i Miss Beckie Mims SUMS.was a Titusville BITS OF f f FACT I AND GOSSIP.I

it _was entirely unexpected has occurred yisitor this week.
of What la On In Official Account of Their, Proceedings In Current
Brief.. Mention Going D. Events of the Present Week -
"" concerning 'the challenge for theAmerica's Mr. Cog in, having finished setting

r- '. :_', and About_ Titnsvllle._ cup. This is due to the actionof Session This Week. i his orange grove, returned to Cocoa Mon Portrayed In Brief. ,
.. The board of commissionerswas .
Kenneth M. Clark'of Rothesay Scot- county
I Too linen. day.Messrs. A summer .. .. ,
landowner of the cutter Kariad. ,Mr. called to order July 1st, by A. A.Stew- C. L. Bennett and Scott Kyzer "
begged. Marie to smile on me. This world's a Turkish bath immense.
art clerk. Present John R. Walker for
i I .For I with lOT"e"IS dart.t Clarkhas had three opportunities of : are at Tarnbull painting the school- Within a single hour
D% { She canned! She more than railed for.abeL racing'the Kariad against the ShamrockI first district, ; John R. Miot, second district house. You dwell in heat that's most intense
1 I Just held her rides and laughed. R. A Conkling third district JohnC. And then. shower.
t and lie has witnessed all the trials of ; ; Miss Edna Carlile of Sebastian is you get a
Philadelphia, Preac Jones, fourth district John F. Bell -Washington Star.
the two Shamrocks since the challengerwas
is spending some time with her friends at
refitted. His observations have led fifth district; A. A. Stewart clerk; M. S. I
Send watches for repairs to W. M. Mima.
your The Second
Jones Jr. sheriff. John R. Walker Quarterly conference for
him ,to doubt seriously whether the -
i, } Woodward Titusville. Work guaranteed. was elected chairman unanimously.The Mrs. D. K. Harrison! and family, of Titusville-Cocoa will be held by Rev. Dr.
Shamrock II is good enough to send to
who relieved Express Miami, arrived here Tuesday for an extended Fulwood, at Cocoa
f Mr. J. P. Stanton, American waters in challenge for the following; business was-transacted: on Sunday, July 14. +

Agent Howard last week left the cup. He has a belief amounting to con- N'0.1. Petition of R. A. Hardee, et al, visit with relatives. Mrs. B. R. Wilson and three daughters

a first of the week for Waycross, Ga, viction that the Kariad is a better boat, to lay out and locate a road between Se- The Children's' Day ex=rcises Sunday took advantage of the excursion rate and ''

r Work was commenced the first of the length for length, than the Shamrock II, bastian and Wabasso was received, and' evening were well attended. An inter- went to West Paln Beach Wednesday .

week on the improvements to'Major Tay- and he desires to see this question settled the board appointed J. 0. Fries, Paul esting program was given by the Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .

? lor's new purchase=--the Woodward before any yacht goes out as a challenger. Kroegel and R. G. Hardee to mark and school, at the close of which some very A. J. Sembler left yesterday for

building. Accordingly he has challenged Sir Thomas layout said road. appropriate remarks were made by the Eustis to spend a few days.

Mrs. Gaulden paid a visit to DeLaud Lipton to a series of races between the No.2.Chairman appointed the following pastor, Rev. A. M. Daiger, which were absence Miss Sembler will be During in charge her

t Saturday, returning Monday. Judge Shamrock II and the Kariadx under committees: Finance Jones, Conkling/ enjoyed by all. s of the Sembler House.

Gaulden returned Tuesday from a trip to American racing; conditions. and Walker. Roads-Conkling, Miot and
Jacksonville. Walker. Rules, resolutions, etc.-Bell, Special Sale of Embroideries on Mon- Mrs. B. B. Pyles and babies returned .

Jones, Walker. Charities Miot, Bell day Next at Kline's at Prices That to her home in St. Augustine yesterday
of Kissim- .
Attorney R. H. Seymour, Candidate for Senator Again. and Walker.No. Will -Long :Be Remembered. after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
; was spending a few days in Titus-
mee, S. G.
3. On motion it was resolved thatas Vanlandingham, a few weeks.
Senator Mallory has taken the editorof
ville this week on legal business leaving Varied assortment of Embroideries,
t Tuesday for down river points. the Gainesville Sun into his confidenceand the old fifth commissioners' district ranging in widths from 2 to 8 inches, We hear it is highly probable that an- .
stated that he would be a candidatefor has practically been divided so as to make other couple of Titusville's
} former price from 20 to 35 cents young people
Mr. C. E. Wade tuner of Or- a yard,
piano re-election for the term beginning the new fourth and fifth districts, and as will shortly be married, but as
next will all for lOc.
lando will be in town probably today on Monday go
I March 4, 1903. The Sun gays: a special road tax of five mills was levied All-Over-Einbroideries handsome are not allowed to suggest even who they
and tomorrow only for piano tuning. "Senator Mallory writes that he has and collected for 1899 and 1900 on the en- very may be.
orders should be left at THE STAR designs, 49 cents a yard. Much better
Any tire old fifth district, it is the judgmentof
recovered his health and he feels well
as Archdeacon
and handsome former B. F. Brown
quality patterns, will hold di-
today. this board that the funds collected for
now as he ever did. This being the case, $1.50 for 79c. At this vine service with
price price we holy communion
Since,the recent heavy rains we are informed the senator should not be made an exception 1899 and 1900 for said special road tax, Gabriel's in ;
have church
that Jupiter canal has filled up and the payments already ,made out of a big assortment of patterns.All on Sunday next at 11
to the rule which has heretofore
a.m. also in St.
wash snch Lawns Dimi- ; Mark's
.so that barely more than 18 inches off to Florida Democratic those funds should be divided between goods as church, Cocoa,
given every sena- ties at 5 m.
Ginghams etc. will at p.
a great
be carried the canal the fourth and fffth go x
water can through. tor a second term, but he should be re- present districts as reduction also.Treasurer's .
leading into Lake Worth. elected without opposition. With his follows: To the fourth district all taxes on Monday The lengthy proceedings of the county

;y Mr. John White, of Nathan, was called health fully restored, the people of Flor- collected from land in said district and commissioners this week has crowdedout
all personal taxes of residents in said district Statement.JULY a lot of our local matter
i A to Connecticut Saturday by the sudden ida could not select a more honorable, pertaining to
4 and influential less former payments for work donein 1, 1901. yesterday. We give the commissioners
death of his daughter. He had only returned capable man to represent
said district. To'the'fifth district the Balance cash on hand June 1,1901. $ 9,48-134 proceedings in full as it important
was a -
) from that state two or three them in the United States senate. very
___, Amount received in June, 1901____ 1,738.70Total$1123.04 meeting.
h weeks ago, when his daughter was in The indications are, however, that same collections and payments belonging

perfect health. Senator Mallory will have very decided to that district as before mentioned for We call attention of contractors and

Mr. T. J. Appleyard, secretary of the opposition. Congressman; Sparkman, the fourth district. That an accountantbe Less amount paid in Jane, 1901, and builders specially to the invitation for

Florida Press association, was in town who seems to be one of the ,most popular employed to make said calculations warrants delivered to county com- proposals by the school board for erect-
missioners and board of in
ar.d the cost of said calculation be public
Monday, having just returned from the statesmen in Florida at present, has a paid struction ________________________$ 1655.63 ing a new school building at Fort Pierce,
annual meeting of the Knights of Honor large following: and is being very favor- by the fourth and fifth commissioners'districts which notice will be found published

in 'the northwest, and was.on his way to ably mentioned for the senatorial toga. in their relative proportion. Mr. Balance cash on hand July 1,1901 $9,567.41 this week on page 4. h

4 his home in Key West. Ex-Gov. Bloxham is also mentioned as a John Henry is hereby appointed special The above amount is held as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Adhemar
candidate. accountant, to report at the next meeting.No. Deposited in Indian River State Brady arrived
Mr.Andy Wagoner left Monday for possible 4_ Petition of James A. Taylor, et bank, as per cashier's certificate attached from City Point last Friday and spent
the gulf coast where he will spend a few to monthly report,less check several days with Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
THE WHITE STORE. al, to extend the present countyroad running not in______-_-____________,_____$9,567,41Balances Brady
days before leaving the state for County from the north line of Brevard county preparatory to moving into their

Line Tenn., where he will spend the We guarantee better goods for less to Dummitt grove as it now extends follows belonging to each fund' are as new purchase the Hall cottage, in which

summer. He does not expect to returnto money than any house in the county.W. I and to extend it south of said Dummitt County :revenue, general fund$3,498.52road they are new very nicely located.

Indian river this coming fall. CBAYFOBD.. grove for a distance of one and om-half and bridge ______ 1.41 Services will be held at the Methodist
** County Surveyor Fries has not com- miles, was received and the hoard appointed building fine and forfeiture ______ 138.81 11.54 church next Sunday at 11 a. nr. and 7:30p.

a } pleted his survey in Clay county for the Porto Rico Orange Culture. the following committee to mark feeding prisoners ______ 42.18 m. Church conference which all

government yet, but returned here to and lay out.said road: J. 0. Fries, Wm. .". sp'l.. r'd.. f d. Dist.2,'99 levy___ 5 08 members of the Methodist church are respectfully
a.! meet the board of county commissioners Major A. C. Sharp, a well known Cali- I Watton and L. Griffis, Jr. .. ..' .", 5'99 "" ___ 1981.60 urged to attend, will be heldat

Monday and Tuesday, resuming his workat fornian writes to the Fruit Grower the No. 5. The report of the tax collector of 2 500. 00 ?__= 3,568:56 28720: the close of the morning service.

J Green Cove Springs Wednesday. following letter abont the culture of poll taxes collected during the month of property of deceased persons Miss Lena Argo and Mr. L. D. Jones

oranges in Porto Rico: June for 1900 amounting to $12,00 was fund_______ ______________ 1.80 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Robinson, of City Referring to your article on Porto Rico received.No. school fund ________________ S0.71 of White City, were married yesterday
Point, were visiting their friends in Ti- afternoon at the residence of Mr. J. L.
$ tusville this week. Mrs. Robinson leavesin oranges, in your issue of April 19th, I desire 6. The report of county judge for Total-___________ $9,567.41F. Carruthers, Rev. A. M. Daiger officiat
to say that I lived nearly two licenses collected for month of
yearsin June H. BOYE, ing. TilE Sun extends
a few days to spend the summer in congratulationsto
Porto Rico, 1898-1900, and became to state and
amounting $5.27 coun County Treasurer.
her old home in Nashville, Tenn., whichshe very familiar while there with their ty, was received. the happy couple.

has not visited in three years. oranges. Parties from Florence came No. 7. Petition of J. C. Michael, et al, COST SALE continues at Walker's. Yesterday was indeed a sail Fourth of

Mr.E. J. Pitts, of Fort Pierce, sailed there and set out 1,100 acres; another to change road from Fort Pierce to Fi\'e- Avail yourself of this opportunity.Prices July to Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Gardner, of

here this week with a boatload of pine- orchard near San Juan of 200 acres was :Mile creek bridge was received and the that surprise you. LaGrange, in the sudden loss of their 12-'

; apples which he bought of :Mr. Stanley, put out and one near Catana, across the hoard appointed the following committeeto year-old son Ralph from the effects of a

at Jensen. He expects to carry about bay, of several hundred acres. The best mark and lay out said road:J. 0. Fries, To Teach In .Manila. bullet from a gun, which went off whilehe

2,000 pines next week by sailboat to Day- place for this fruit on the island is in the J. B. Merriweather and J. T. Beville. Miss Susie Gladwin has received her was handling it Wednesday evening,

tona, probably stopping at this place on mountainous region near Mayaguez, and: :No. 8. The report of C. F. Conkling, appointment from state school commissioner striking the little fellow in the eye and

the way. the area is limited. I was there duringthe justice of the peace sixth district, for under authority from the Insular passing through his head. He died that

Little Miss Lollie Penney entertained a great hurricane of August 8, when April, May and June was received. commission, to teach in the schools of night. They have the deepest sympathyof

large number of her little friends Mon nearly every leaf was blown off the trees. No. 9. The bond of M. E. Hall as nota- Manila, and expects to leave in a few the entire community in their sore

day afternoon, the event being the cele- Thousands of coffee trees were blown ry public was received and approved. days so as to sail from San Francisco affliction.

bration of her eighth anniversary. The down. The atmosphere is very moist, : No. 10. The bond of C. H. Racey as about the 23rd of this month. Mr. R. The proceedings of the school board

little folks thoroughly enjoyed them- having the highest percentage of humid- notary public was received and approved.No. L. Moon, who had charge of the high were not prepared and handed in for

selves and wished her many happy re- ity in the world. The rainfall is over ten 11. The bond of W. L. Keefer as school here last year, has also been appointed publication this week, so will appear in

turns of a like event.A feet per year. Scale abounds in the justice of the peace twenty-second district as a teacher to Manila. His our next. Prof. Foster, in charge of the

number of our down river friends orange trees, the fruit is full of water was received and approved. salary will be $1,200 a year. The trans- Sout: Florida Conference college at Lees-

have been in town this week attendingthe rag and seeds; the skin is puffy and will :No. 12. Whereas the last legislature has portation of teachers to Manila will be burg last year, will be principal of the

county tax: sale,. or called here on not stand for shipment by sea. A very required the county clerk to receive and paid by the government. Titusville high school; Prof. Smith, of

business whom most all of large percentage of the Jamaica and other keep old tax sale certificates, it is ordered Anthony, Ga., will have charge of the
legal among
the following called at TilE STAR office: tropical oranges decay before reachingthe that the clerk procure the necessary cabinets 17 yards of Unbleached Domestic, Cocoa high school; Mr. J. Pomeroy, from

J. J. White of Rockledge C. R. Osliu, New York market. Yet the Florida for the safe keeping of the same, yard Wide, soft finish, for $1.00 on Michigan, whose percentage was !92 for( a
Melbourne B. F. Hardesty R. A. people are hopeful that they can get fortyor cost not to exceed $195.00.No. Monday only at Kline's. first grade certificate at the recent teach-
of ,
; fifty cents a box, and if so, feel encouraged ers' examination will
of Sebastian B. J. Stewart of 13. The sheriff is instructed to as- have charge of the
Hardee ,
Wooten; Cocoa to try the experiment. Nothing certain the cost of furnishing the jail Town Council Meeting high school at Fort Pierce.
Bovine; J. F. ;
from that region can ever compete with with steel cots. Regular meeting of town council was
Mr. P. S. Titus was taken ill very sud- the California navel. I saw California No. 14. The sheriff is instructed to ascertain held Tuesday evening. A petition of Save both IS MONEY

denly Saturday morning while out on I oranges for sale in the fruit stores in the cost of bloodhounds for the .. citizens was presented asking for the material of by ordering your building

the old railroad wharf with gall stone Havana. Their crop is so perishablethat county as required by the last legislature. purchase of fire apparatus anti suggestinga G. F. PADDISOX

t which was so painful that hypodermic they have to import from us after No. 15. The petition of J. T. Hamilton two-mill tax for that purpose. After ,

injections of morphine to the full extent their own fruit is out of the way: Their et al, asking for a special levy of mills some discussion of the subject it was decided Eau Gallie, Fla.

he could stand had to be given to relieve season is necessarily very short. Cali- road tax for the fifth district, was received to give notice to tax payers by ad- Notice.I .

him. He.was up and about again Mon fornia has nothing to fear from Porto and compared with the registrationand vertisement of such purpose, and actionto

day. He has been subject to these at- Rico. tax books. The same was lost as be taken at next meeting. A committee wifh the public to know that I have

tacks, but this one was the worst he has there was 83 property owners in the district of three councilmen-:Messrs. Gaul sold out my photograph business and all

experienced. WIRE AND NAILS. qualified, and only 31 of those had den Dixon and Lesley-wen* appointed my negatives to Major F. M. Taylor, who

For pineapple shedding. A carload to signed the petition. to confer with Mr. Schofield as to the will carry it on in the future.In .

Weather Report. arrive about August 1st. Prices will in- No. 16. The supervisor of registrationis most essential apparatus needed. The our close association of the past few

I terest you. Write me. instructed to furnish the tax assessor council also extended the time for pay- months I feel confident that I can recommend
WHITE U. S. WEATHER OBSERVER. G. F. PADDISOX, with a list of registered voters of the ment of town taxes until the 25th day of him to my heretofore patrons as a
Eau Gallie Fla. for the of careful and conscientious workman who
county purpose assessing poll this month. '
the 7th S8.5
Highest temperature on ; taxes. will endeavor to please and do satisfactory -

lowest temperature on the 2nd, 660. SAILBOAT FOR SALE. :No. 17. Whereas the position of super- Howard-Brown. business. as he has had several

r Mean for the month 78.2; average mean First-class modern catboat, about 21 intendent of roads requires ability as a Howard year: experience in the art and is no
20 Express Agent quite surprisedhis
; novice. I also
feet thoroughly equipped with new rig. surveyor and civil engineer as well\} as experience am confident that you
in 1884, 80.6; lowest mean for 20 years in j friends on return Saturday by will hold him in
in this line of work and whereas as high regard as
1889 75.4.Rainfall. For full particulars and price write PETER bringing his ,bride with him, ,Miss you '
have been kind
NELSON Titusville, Fla. I we find such qualifications in Mr. J. Brown of Penn. enough to express of myself -
in inches 9.89 for 24 Blanche Derry the
; average if given the 1
opportunity of
0. Fries and the absence of said qualifications proving:
years, 6.95; greatest for 24 years in 1889, marriage taking place in Jacksonville.Miss his worth. Yours
in other applicants and whereasMr. truly,
14.28 least for 24 in 1899, 0.65. Boat and Yacht Sails. I : Brown was a visitor to our town ,
; years Fries has given evidence of his fitness W. M. WtOODWARD.r >
Prevailing direction of wind, northeast. Fit and workmanship guaranteed. Fish i I several months ago and made a numberof Titusville Fla. June 19th
in his former services for Brevard county, ,
14 boat sails All hand- friends during her stay here. The
Number clear days, ; a specialty. grommets i w
fair days, 7; number of nUmberof// made. Send for estimate.H. I and whereas the legislature provided happy couple are stopping at the Indian GASOLINE- ENGINES. _

number of days with rain, 12. BEXECKE, that one or more superintendents be ap- I, River hotel and they have the hearty Illustrated folder free. Address W. P.

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'- :: The Eminent_ Kidneyand
,. Everyone suffers greatly from the different -
80CIlETIES,ETC. Emperor William has planned a hall kinds of waler he is compelled to Bladder Specialist. 5yr

of fame. It will have. 32 statues, presumably drink, and nothing! is so likely to bringon

TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TBADE-G. M. all of Emperor William.-Den- an attack of diarrhoea. Perry Davis1 M

Bobbing,presidentJ.; M. Dixon, treasurer;. : PainKiller is the only'safe, quick and
ver Republican.
G. Bast, secretary. Meets second Wednes-
sure for it and cholera mor-
, ,.. day night in each month at their rooms. King Edward has forgiven William cure cramps nK438AMTe-an;-
bus. Avoid substitutes, there is but one
F.&AJL-Indian River lodge; No.90, holds Waldorf. Astor. It would be InterestIng .- Pdin-Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 25c
its meetings the second and fourth Friday td know'tbe exact, price of the ex and 50c. tI

evenings of;each month at the court house. American's return to royal favor.- .

A.A Stewart, W.M.; F. A. Morgan,Sec5?. Milwaukee SentineL *4 ,Scientists have ceased to 'regard any- /I 'I

,- TOWN DIRECTORY. Mr. Associate Justice Brewer will thing as impossible. Some of them are

know now bow a mere married man seriously discussing schemes to utilize the 1

TOWN OFFICERS. Penney, mayor;; feels in being overruled day by day electrical forces in the aurora borealis of rTRAD
.. M. S.Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector;; '
C. S. Schuyler, clerk and treasurer; John without the right to appeal to any high the Arctic regions to furnish man with I ARK

Henry, assessor; D.L.G.u den, F. A. Los- er court.-Louisville Post power and ligh't.BOYI e

ley, J.M.'Dixon, G. F. Duren, Jno. R. Walker The titled foreigner who marries Het _
;councilmen. The council meets first Who Are Away at School oe
Tuesday in each month. ty Green's daughter for the purpose.ol
getting her money will have to deal Should have a sure remedy for sudden BALKE'SLIVE

COUNTY DIRECTORY. with one of the severest cases of gripon attacks of cramps, diarrhoea or dysentery The Discoverer of Swamp-Root tt Work Is
Record-Herald. and an hour's delay in cases of this
COUNTY OFFICERS.-A. D. Penney. Titus- record.-Chicugo kind often leads serious results. Parents His Laboratory. OAK
ville;county judge; Jas. Andrews, Titus If Minister Wu throws up his present should supply their sons with Pain- There is a disease prevailing in this

t ville, prosecuting attorney; A. A. StewartTitusville job, 'as It Is announced he will, and Killer, which is simple, safe and sure. country most dangerous because so decep-

clerk circuit court; J.F. Woot- becomes a private citizen, it will show One dose rarely fails to bring relief f'OmaQY tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by \

en,Cocoa tax assessor E.W.Hall,Sharpes, that he has not mastered the first principle bowel complaint. Avoid substitutes, it-heart disease pneumonia, heart failure "-
tax collector; F. H. Boye, Titusville, or apoplexy are often the result of kidney.
there i is but Pain-Killer Davis'
treasurerR.E.Mims, Bonaventure,superin- of Americanism which Is to n'ev- one Perry disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to ad- WHISKEY

tendent public instruction; J.0. Fries,Ti er surrender an office.-Detroit Journal. Price 25e. and We."Coin" the blood will attack .
vance kidney-poisoned
tusville, county surveyor; J. P. Brown, Ti-
tusville, sheriff;T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange, the vital organs or the kidneys themselves BY ACE.
Harvey will run for SOFTENED ,
I registration officer. congressin break down and waste away Cell by cell.
the Third Arkansas district.The Then the richness of the blood-the albumen

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.-J R. Walker, -leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's I Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition.
Titusville, Best Liniment for Strains. Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.Dr. .
ola E. A.Conkling,Tillman Jno.C.Jones, '
; ; tightly nor crowded in the box.
Woodley; J. Frank Bell, White City Eeg- : Mr. F. H Well, the merchant at Deer Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery Is the best and purest

lar sera ons are held first Monday in each Honey is not 'a perishable article by Park, Long Island, N. Y., says: "I always is the true specific for kidney, bladder
month. any mE'ans and may be stored for mar recommend Chamberlain's Pain and urinary troubles. It has cured thousandsof Rye Whiskey soldin

apparently hopeless cases, after all other
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. Dixon, keting. Balm as the best liniment for strains. I

Titusville; R. N. Andrews, Cocoa; C. P. Bees should always have an alighting used it last winter for a severe lamenessin efforts have failed. At druggists In fiftycentand the South.R. .
Platts, Fort Pierce. the side from strain and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
place of some kind, especially if the resulting a ,
by mail also a book telling about Swamp-
hive is high off the ground. was greatly pleased with the quick relief Root and R BALKE & CO.
and cure it effected." For sale by its wonderful cures. AddressDr. Proprietors,
THE REVIEWER. Hives should not beset fiat on the Wilson & Son. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
ground but should be raised about two mention this paper. I
Alice Stone Blac ell Orders mailed to our head office will To
says the American inches the thickness of a brick which Two billion and
woman is no longer a hen, but an ran be placed under each coraer. passengers 950,000,000 The Santiago medals, it is said, are to ":::e4 from ovr accredited distributer,
of carried in the
tons goods are a year on .
have Sampson's Mist them. Probably -
eagle. Well, she's a bird, anyhow.- A colony of bees that already bas a world's railways. npon
Minneapolis Journal. in token of battle he ,win. .
queen does not care to accept a secondone.

The "golfing spine" is the latest bit Therefore; It Is necessary first to A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. A. K. HAWKES
i OFFICE OF D. II. HARDY. Sec of Slate !
of trouble and, being a somewhat aristocratic remove the queen that is to be super- ,
AUSTIN TEX. Nov. 21 1900 /
ailment It Is pretty sure to become ,
seded. Something New Under
I have found Dr.Ioffett's Teethina a
a popular malady-Boston Her I Swarms should be hived Immediatelyafter The San." splendid rellll'dy and aid for my teething The Famous Atlanta OpticianRECEIVED

ald. .1 clustering because with few ex- All doctors have tried to cure catarrh by children. When 111oldtst boy was a
When the new indestructible. battle- ceptjons. swarms alight in the Immediate I he use of powdeis, acid gases, inhalers teething child every succeeding day .m.

ship is struck by Mr. Maxim's destroy neighborhood of the apiary after and drugs in paste form. Their powders warned ns that we would inevitably lose

everything explosive, It can be reason Issuing from tbe hive. dry up the mucous membranes causing him. I happened upon Teethina and be-

ably assumed that something Is goingto them to crack open and bleed. The powerful tran at once administering it to him, and M

happen.-Denver: Republican. adds used in the inhalers have entirely his improvement was marked in 24
A Persian Plant. eaten the same membranesthat hours, and from that day on he recuperated. -
away ,
The nervous affliction known as kleptomania Anise, the odor cf which is such an their makers have aimed to cure I have constantly kept and used it r N
Is apparently rampant again.It attraction to bees, h a Persian plant while pastes and ointments cannot reach since with my children, and have taken &: t-,

is odd that these nervous uncontrollable and one of the oldest medicinal spices. the disease. An old and experienced great pleasure in bounding its praises toall

Impulses never take the form The seeds are used as a condiment and practitioner who has for many years madea mothers of young children. I found

of instinctive good actions.-Baltimore I confectionery and In the manufactureof close study and specialty of the treat- it invaluable even after the teething
American. i liquors and cordials.The ment of catarrh, has at last perfected a period was passed. Gold MedalHighest
Miw. D. II. HARDY.
Emporia, Kan., has forbidden the treatment which, when faithfully used,

publication of the details of suicides.A Vital Fluid. not only relieves at once, but permanently Award Diploma of Honor

good fellow, no doubt! A fellow who The blood is a colorless liquid In cures catarrh by removing the In Justice Court 9th District, Erevan County ,
cause, stopping the discharge! and cur Florida. For Superior Lens Grinding and
cannot break into the news without which little red globules are floating.
ing all inflammation. It is the only rem T. C. Bass. Plaintiff )
in the of
killing himself isn't worth much space Every drop of it contains about 1,000- edy known to science that actually vs. } Excellency

anyhow.-St. Louis 000 of tbe globules, and they are susceptible reaches the afllicted parts. This wonderful John Williams. Defendant Spectacles and Eye Glasses. Soldin

4 "jingo" song must be of division into smaller glob remedy is known as "Snuffles, the To whom John it Williams contern, defendant: and all others over 8,000 Cities and Towns in

amended. She still has the ships and ules still. guaranteed catarrh cure," and is sold at Take notice may that a writ of garnishment has the United. States.Established.

can raise more money. But the men the extremely low price of one dollar, been issued in the above named cause and

for the navy no longer throng to the A Factory.In each package'containin internal and external that your property in the hands of the Flor 1870.
New Zealand two persons working medicine sufficient for a full ida East Coast Railway company has been
docks. Fighting Is a trade that palls, ; These Famous Glasses for Sale
together constitute a factory. month's treatment, and everything necessary garnished. Now unless you appear before H. by
even among rulers of the wave.-New i to its perfect use."Snufiles" (1. Bronson a justice of the peace in and for

York World. 4 !is the only perfect catarrhcure the 9th district of Brevard county, Florida, J. B. SCREVEN.
Give Children Candy. on or before the 5th day of August, 1901,
Russia Is In no hurry about acceptingor ever made, and is now recognized a: default will be enteied
judgment by
An authority on the care and feedingof againstyou.
refusing the proposition to submit children says that the normal child the only safe and positive cure for that H. G. HROXSOX, EYESIGHT TESTED FREE
the Chinese indemnity to the adjudication annoyinsr and disgusting! disease. It(cures Justice of the Peace.T. .
will want candy and should have it, -----
of The Hague tribunal, but by its all inflammation quickly and permanently C. BASS Plaintiff.
drawing the line, however, at cheap and is also wonderfully quick to
decision the sincerity of the czar and
confectionery or the very rich, high relieve hay fever or cold in the head.
his government will be. jullged.Pitts.burg priced bonbons. Good molasses bar or Catarrh when neglected often leads to Grafted and Budded

Dispatch. marshmallows are recommended as a consumption SnumYs"! will save yon if leW \

suitable choice, or other plain sweets, you use it at ome. It is no culinary

w THE WHIRL OF FASHION. the candy to be given after the noon remedy: but a complete treatment which HARPER
meal. is positively guaranteed to cure catarrh in
--- any form or stage if used according to directions Orange Trees KENTUCKYWHISKEY

Quite an innovation is the; lining of Longitude Decrees.A hich accompany each package.

tbe open, flowing sleeves and collars of degree of louitude: varies from 1 Don't delay, but send for it at once, and

tea gowns, negligees and evening long write full particulars as to your condition -
6812 miles on the equator down to 12
'cloaks with black "summer" velvet. and will receive special advice
miles in latitude SO north
degrees or 5OO EACH: :
Costumes of pure white from the tip from the! discoverer of this wonderful

of the shoe to the satin or taffeta para south. remedy regarding your case without cost for Gentlemen
to yon; beyond the regular price ol"Snufiles"
Water Peddlers.In Grape Fruit who cherish
sol, are to be the ruling summer style, ,
the "guaranteed cure.
and they will be worn morning noon northern China hot water peddlersgo Quality.
sddrefcs in
Sent prepaid to any the
and night. about with a whistling kettle, the United States or Canada on receipt of one ,

Among the new sleeves for summer whistle announcing that the water is at dollar Address Dept. CG:!6 i. Emux B Homosassa

tea gowns and negligees are the long, a boiling point. When they hear the GILES & COMPANY, 23;>0 and 23J'; :' Market Sold by F. A. LOSLF.Y K. L. MOTLO W.

sweeping "angel" styles lined with whistle, the people run with their teapots street, Philadelphia.Ladies Parson Brown, Titusville, Florida.

zephyrlike white, pale pink or poppyred and buy enough hot water for Can Wear Shoes

their day's tea.A .
liberty silk. one size smaller after using Allen's Foot-Ease Pineapple, I To PATENT Good Ideal;
Many of the fine lingerie tucks tbat powder to l he shaken into the shoes. It be
Bad Friend."A makes tight shoes feel instant Ruby may secured by
or new easy; gives
much used this
are so season on trans. III our aid. Address,
man's worst enemy is himself," relief to corns and bunions. It's the
parent gowns are confined to the front greatest comfort discovery of the age. Cures St. Michael THE PATENT RECORD,
saith old But better, "Aman's ,
and sides of the skirt gored lines covered an adage. and prevents swollen feet, Misters, callous Subscriptions to the f atetc 1:1:00(11 fl.W Baltimore:&m1.Ir., Md..
with bands of Insertion showingon worst enemy besides himself Is and sore spots. Allen's Foot-Ease is a certain Majorca ,,
a friend for pelf." cure for sweating, hot. aching feet. At all ,
each side of the long rows of tuck-
druggists and shot- stores 25c. Trial package Jaffa
( free hv mail. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le jI
Ing.The I
Giant Bees.The Mandarinand
pretty shirt waists of linen, .: Roy. N. Y.Foiey's.
giant bees of India build combs u __ __ -
lawn dimity nainsook organdie and Du Roi Bloodon
ten feet in height. foneyand Tar Always Fresh. .
China silk buttoned up the back and j
Always the Beat. J !
trimmed very elaborately with tucking heals lungs sad stops the cough. 5 and 6 year old sour !
and French embroidery on the slightly Darned Cake. -- orange stock, 4 to 5, and
If you burn the top of your cake take 5 to 7 feet well branched I 1
drooping fronts have achieved uncom-
the lame gratef and grate off the burn- treesat
favor this
mon season.
ed pa t evenly. Dust it very thoroughly $35 $40 and $50 fOOt 1 I
Greatly favored are thE; new unlined s per
and carefully to remove all of the :NowY
stock collars which such Improvement
are an Order samples and be
burned particles before icing it.
on those of last summer In Fill the bottles with HIRES. convinced of their value. sire sold

the matter of both comfort and appear Supply of these large everywhere.
Every glass
Drink it
Vines In Bags. now J'JO st-.Ht Auimj.1! fi"*. :
ance. All the stiff "choker" effects have In the Rhine vineyards one of the ful contributes to good trees Hn ited as above. 0. K.; run: t, CO, DETROIT! MICH. t

vanished from the cool lawn muslins methods of protecting the vines against health. Purifies O. W. CONNER

and other summery gowns.-New frosts in May i Is to put paper bags the blood clears

York Post. around them overnight.A the complexion, Ocklawaha, Florida.A _.L_ ______ __ _
makes rosy --
.--- BleeditiKose.. cheeks. Make LIFE SIZE PORTRAIT EXPERIENCE
it at home.
mlliJfrum the nose he stopped -
A new foreign notion in adjustable may C gallons Charles
4 by plunging the feet and hands of E.HiresDealers !
Jewelry is a necklace so joined that it S3 cents
In Oilette Pastel Water
be into bracelets. the[ patient in water as hot as can be I Company, Color,
may separated two write for J Malvern, A
Black enamel with either pearls or borne. This treatment, though very big offer. Pa. Sepia, India Ink or Crayon.In .
simple seldom fails even in severe
brilliants more pleasingly fills tbe

place once occupied by jet In mourning order to introduce our excellent work
\ewill make, free of charge, a life:ze '*>rrait j ;
Jewelry. Apaches Violins. copied and enlarged from any photo, : DESIGNS H!
"White Rat" scarfpins of white enamel The Apaches have three different 5 tintype. gem daguerreotype, etc.. to any one | Anyone COPYRIGHTS &c.
with pink set are a kinds sending it to us. Our work is unexcelled,onr sending a sketch and description may
gem eyes of violins" each having but one I invention is
RootfoeerCURES likenesses: are striking, our finishes the most probably patetableeeCummunica.a.
recognition of one of the newer movements string and played with a small bow. I' irtistie. Small pictures always returned on II I tom!!tricUy confidentiaL Handbook on Patents
of the day.A fltlnfi Oldest agency for securing patents.
If wish to
you possess a valuable I taken through Munn 4 Ca receive
water lily stems and leaves and The Oldest Lifeboat. life-Ukcportrait in oilette, pastel, watercolor I iputal notice, without charge, in the

bloom furnishes the motif of a charmIng india ink o crayon of yourselves children, Scientific
South Shields England, is said to father, mother dear absents Jlm ritan.
WHERE All or departed,free
silver belt clasp In the new art possess the oldest lifeboat in existence.It Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good.FAILS Use of charge, send in your photo to bandsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest rtr-

fashion of light and graceful Intertwining I has been in use since 1S30. and by In time. Sold b*droggists.m cnlation of any acientlflo Journal Terms 13 a
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