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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00331
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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":' .. f.... "' *We have thus "'up-to-date line of ; MOSDAT:., ,'SEPT. 22,1905. _
P ;? boy/aready mad ;clothing,!shoes bate, Black "taffeta'"=' '-88"'::inch-' every yard ,is
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,j ;LUDjIEIDBTS .cape abirte:;shlrt-waists. hosiery and underwtxrthat -SURVEY 'DONEReport guaranteed, positively rtb' $1.50 per IN
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iI"r." .,?, +11 f..J t.' .. -nE> I- : please 1OG.,' A $o'complete;stock of fine !: 'Shows.a.Drop tf Almost One right factory,__special Paragraphs that Will l Be Sought t

,'":"...<;":'--.,''-. .. ,.,...',,: ..if.... '..c.'j -,. '.;. ,..,; ,,''_, $ f shoes for"'rnissea ,and infants '.,;A. swell day Figured 49 cents.batiste. in' light, or dark, design. Eagerly
". : 4iiil : ; O.. f. line of ladies shoes *!! and prices. subscribers I
styles
':1.-- ." : .tJ..wu; ,; Foot to the Measnred Mile worth all of 20 cents,.special for Monday For by Ill
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:}'p-:':- -; '0 ''AJJ vr.F1>'IUD GOSSIPPiflriplBilHiitPMplfltliit: bestEverythin4; tri"lr'QP',6>4V4: "r'( date. Mail FALL. OF TWEH Y ONE: FEET 25 checks, ranging all the. way from 10 to' INDUSTRY, &. AGRICULTURE. .
cents '
yard.
:-<\.x. .;; .. 1: ; );HH'- VHq: r ,orders, ro, ,,a.,--d..by., -n ... $ z j / .:Beautiful per',white' wash organdies, 33

::t.: t. i ";"?, *.v i**'f* NBY & Bstntma, Surveyor Fries How:In Tallahassee to inches wide, worth 25 cents ft yard, epec- Hut is Done
'The Clothiers and Furnishers Being Towards tHe De-
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; "ti > Tien -i\: .. sTitusville, Fla. Report to G Persian lawn, 32 inches wide worth ,the
of
yer.nor'Brolanr Peninsula
nlopment
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,,-',,'y.>:,. :;!, ,. '..'. 1I',1111J11. .. ,- \ 35 cents a yard special price 19 cents. ,
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".' .N".}".;_.r'.. v..'. .b'.i .1bt"'l," ,'. new. ;. '.barAddrMBBoxB.TJtasville STAB eancum a'pleasant.call.on: Monday. County Surveyor J.Ol:,Fries is now. in for waists and suits, regular price is 35 The city council of Kissimmee has

-s., .:: Tallahassee to present hia report to. Governor cents, special clearance 18 cents. purchased one hundred car loads of Bar
'-,F',. :. ".Jii' r.- r"'r'f: ., .Mill Maggie, .r.'Collins left Wednesdayfor Broward in the" Ladies' fancy collate made of eyelet
: ':':: z. .. wGriftII.ne'8ry. :.eenoua1y rvislt with friends in New Smyrna. regard to recently tow phosphate rock for street paving ..
-, ...R' -' .'. <-- ... ,. canal' embroideries, these were sold at' 30, 40 ..
"i'i- ..d of ftawwky under the rare "t'?-Oapt,James'f Pritchard- l left' a few days made survey for a drainage leading and 50 cents-you. may take. your choiceat The orange crop on the Glen 8t Mary
;;..f1J! oii ,Wilson" and'.RolIne.for' : from Lake Okechobee into the St. Lucie a quarter trees is fine this
., arc 'Austell 'Gai to spend I. fewweete'At .-' nursery a one season,
'! ;:"jJ', ",' -#****: *- v ago (or We will make a special wale for all t
riveriBeiore'
'"r-3---.,.,.',;j,'.'. ,-,, -... ...,\%trsbeverageormedicine.iaL'-,"' ''. / j that famous resort. -\ those who need good shoes. Ladies' low and will equal any grove of its size in the

";.<:.;"..4.,., ., i\'>Iifr::Jos. Mendel Arrived 'homelues- Mr. Fries had i me't prepare shoes worth |2 and $2 50, made of the state. .
;.W-'t ; h'urLt.:kep='thekind'.used' by Y ; I .. some interesting data for Tux STAB in re best quality vici kid,'excellent styles for people of Fort Pierce have
'- './ ',, .'..... :day: afternoon;\front, New York city, lation Tile passeda t
c this scheme the for. 11.59, ,
to governor '
r).<, 'erg resolution in favor of
... 8odbyR.L.Motlow where:he spent about three months with bonding the'
-t Ji : ; a s rSroirard'o9ere We have about 200 pairs of ladies' oxfords '
.:.. ,. ..$" d.. r.iI:.): _Y__t..f..' .- bade,his giving out 'any' information acquired will sell amount of$1,500 for a site for, county
-. .o-.':-'..' ".... ..., .1."" '" ., relatives:, r and high shoes which we at :
'J." "'" ''''''''''''''' by the survey but enough had already
less than it manufacture them. for St.
cost to buildings Lucie.
,, .:' ftI1IOr a reward ofv' I '
.,. word
>:f'j tire 0.,J. > ltonrereceived this been given the
: out prior to warning Ladies' tan oxfords made in blucher
'.4; .. _. ecthettrretgand;. eonTlctioBf of the There will be no carnival in Jackson-
week that his wife and two
daughtersare the well known Krippendorf &
from the governor for ns .to state that style,
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: orirtIwbo: burned.the Gas Dittman brand worth bit of ville this year. The promoters have decided
at
; quite HI in Jacksonville with' mala- be every $3
: I Lake Okechobee was found to 21 feet
..,'"' tG'. Cb_Dorm. .. atOak-- :. :'Hill' .f on August.. rill fever. abovAhe water level of St. Lucie' river. 52 29. 'that it was taking too big a risk, es
..'"!;:"' '::>"''.;_'.''...,'f"111'.,7 ji: ",0".. Ladies' patent leather blucher oxfords pecially with a state,fair on, at Tampa.
..!!:':::'?1t -,..<.' \1<"" ,,.. ;1 "7" :" Mr. 1.T. Knox, of New Smyrna, has The distance from the head waters of the latest etyle, $3.50 is the regular price, of -

,Geo.',8eobie 1 ,has;: :had'.the.: yawl 1 been in Tie niJIe this week assisting Express river to Ltke'Okeechobee is a trifle over this shoe our special price $2.49. President Roosevelt is to visit Jackson

,, ':-', t s: oYOl'ualecJ,1Dd painted ;Nel- Agent'HowaVd in the. .discharge of 23 miles in which +'distance there Ua fall '.Ladie white linen oxfords with large ville for a few hours on October 21. This
J' eyelets, wide silk laces, usual price f 2.50,
will be
his only in Florida and
anewoon bin duties of 19 feet, which it is conceded: is, sufficient Monday's clearance, $1 is.I etop great '

:,"...r Ji \j t" {: i.Sj .Capt..J.: DeYoe Sams sailed l his freighting fall to,drain all of hat''vast swamp I Ladies' lisle all over lace hose, entirely preparations are being made to entertain -

J.c-f..t; ; ,. .....-P'.'.8..-,. i>:. .' 'f schooner up from Courtney Wednesday ,known aa the Florida Everglades new patterns,, regular 75 cent and $1gooda him..

'._ Tb4For$. Neu. eays :that Titus. for,hauling oat and cleaning at .Nel The land rises gradually from the headwaters tan for white.49 cents per pair colors' black,, Peneacola people are making 'an effort ,
or
"itJr e- og op battyadvutagee and son's marine railway. .of the St. Lucie river into, what is Ladies' corsets in all the latest models, to give that city a thorough cleansing,

and that there ebnsider-; known the Okechobee fiats after from 98 and then they will keep it clean in the
Ira great ; cents up to$1.50, regular selling
Dearborn Mi
County Clerk and \ Dearborn -
"-l"'f aWe,tQiJ rP ing on'and'a number of passing which there is a steep.nee, reaching : price from $1.50 to $2 50. future A capital idea for every town
fi1 and daughter have returned, to Miami I Beady-made pillow cases three inch in Florida.
,
;tetlerettlvegotten'urger and bettor altitude of feet above the .
an over 40
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'., \} : i- .., from Chicago,where they have been hem, only ten cents. More -

., W1"'.,<".f"-";' ''"''''ft'qa't :.I': ',:,--'''..;.",.....,,''"'.,''\.1It,,;- .. .' ---, spending;the summer.Mrs. St. Lucie river near the brow of Lake Oke- Screen cloth:for doors and windows conic. which'wet wreckage from the steamer Pe-
'.-< ,.t Prindle W" ch bee. 34 inches wide 20 rolls down with twentymen
at
&i 4Mr.. -W.m; ;of Huntington.. ... yard a special
",2 } : Stewart, mother ,of Mrs. Harry of roll. off Fernandina the of
.- '- ezpeo0fto ependtheoming What emorr.Broward will decide to price ,$1.99. per daring gale
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''" ',"' n'J.": .' .....-.,;;,;;;,;. Wilson;'.aoacwpaaied,her eon, Mr.'Ed. J, do in the matted conjecture. It JULIUS Kuala August 27, has been washed ashore along .'

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Y Ye talleepil ea'iOD.tbia. week is expected to arrive here this afternoonfor ing and canal digging' machinery much to the marriage of. Miss Bertha Christine He will succeed Capt. O'Hagan as keeperof
a visit with her mother Mrs. James Inlet and will
Mosquito light take
aa possible.
.. t6ts Jara8'aDd.'attractive display adver* Lambdin and Mr. Frank Hutchinson
? Pritchard, and her sister, Mrs. F. T. charge the first o'f October.
'ttteiaentof at Measn.'Penney & Branning,, Webber, which will take place next

12rJ 4Pt';foo page JL: ,Their JR lines in gents' furnishing Budge. 'HERE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY. Wednesday, the 27th inst, at 216 River- The white fly which is such a nuisanceto

>and and Mr:W. M. Brown's tug Klondike, orange groves is also. a pest around
complete
riot'if! .clothing are most<< side avenue, Jacksonville the residenceof
During the month of October
; we
which'has been fitted with'new proposeto
.. ; tbttli- attractive. just other places as well. An incandescentlight
:.prices quoted are very send The Stir each week the bride's parents. Mr. Webber
to specially '
boilers in Jacksonville will a
return to
I will attract thousands of them and
.The IJnited States engineering depart5 who has, until recently lived nearly all
t4
selected list of several hundred in
t:
;
Miami this week in command of Capt. persons
when settle
they on wood that is of .
';t. m-ent's dredge .and..snag boat Floridawhloh McIntyre. the northern and western stabs who have his Iife-in Titusville is now a trusted a
Southern dark color in a bunch they will make a
ti Of the Company.
, 1. now moored at the' governmentjft'1fr recently made inquiries regarding the East employe Express -
Mr. T. R. of Clifton will of white and almost ruin the
Crook con great spot
Heisa
Jacksonville will leave in few most exemplary
.dock. a Coast with a probable intention of ,invest- young
't J': i :daft for the Indian river, where she willI. vert his sloop into an auxiliary power ment. These names are all in excess of man, and,THE STAR takes pleasure in extending paint.

t. t be for boatinstalling a six and a half horse power congratulations in advance to the The farmers of Florida are better off I
in than
; ( engaged ;work more a year.TbeDgtoaiaFnmitnre our regular mailing list,and we propose to
; Bridgeport motor which is now on the than those of California having a much J
young
I.'l 7, company will extend to the people of Florida who have happy couple.FURNITURE
<; way. Mr. Ben .Walton is making the smaller per cent of debts on their borne
the floor in Tire they wish to of fine
ground property dispose a -
Mire
occupy opportunity
necessary changes in the hull.. DRY GOODS, SHOES. With the low price of land the varied t
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iJ1:; tilde building, commencing October let., to advertise the same in a manna -
Edison batteries and supplie@ crops the soil will produce, the small
Indian River Lodge held a meeting on
reservationmade for the Indian that will advertisement of
; 4z 'except.;a_ place an Wall in stock and to order. amount
1 paper of fuel and clothing needed there
'N.# Music: House Mr. B. Z. Wednesday night at which Deputy GrandMaster their before class of
"i : River property right a people PARIAN house floor and wagon paints
is a better chance for a man with modest
marbo'wdeu'manager! of the Daytona and Scott Hodgskins of DeLand, was that are looking Florida-ward Spark coils switches!, dry batteries..

k 'Titusvilie_stores, was,.in town yesterday, present He pronounces the lodge room Ve will accept a limited number of ad- Shirts, collars, cuffs ties. means in Florida than any state In the
here the finest in his district, and JAP A-LAC, varnish, enamel. Union. .
tomplete the above arrangements says vertisements for insertion in The Star for
: Chas. A. Gardner Florida. .
i' Titusville;
:Mr. B. J. Powers of New St. Augustine
that it the west ,coast that
equals on
any these four weeks in October the
) r $ Mr. and Mrs.: J. M. Osban gave a straw at specially recently had an exciting experience }
he has -
: seen. low rate of 5 cents word for the entire BIG CATTLE DEAL.
z .
{ :ridelast,Saturday in honor of their adopt per with a wildcat on the front porch of his

, J' .eel son, Roy Osban. The party was made Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan and Master month. If you have desirable: property, The Kissimmee Valley Gazette states residence. He was sitting quietly in the

1l t. up of a number of little folks about the RoMer arrived home Monday from their either improved or unimproved, and wishto that Mefere. J. F. O'Berryfof that place, house, when he heard tierce. growls, anda

Albert Holman of Worcester Mass., advertise it. No ad. inserted for less than cattle
t- :o. 7' : a drive to Mims and return. purchased the entire stock of(: hogs reaching the scene he found a large wild-

m' :;.Plenty of sugar canex and' peanuts servedto who will probably. remain. here until his $1.00. Get the copy for your ad. "in early, and lands belonging to David Cason. rat attacking his pet maltese cat. Sir. t;
parents Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holman by. the close of the present month if possi- estimated
head
'ril: : : amuse the little folks on their way. The cattle are at 2,500 Powers, !securing a club badly woundedthe
come south to spend the winter in Flor ble to' the full four insertionsin
so as secure and range south of Lakeview. A large
"il.WWord. bas been received here that Capt. wildcat but it made its escape. The:

'i" ,*i:!r !;P.Nelson, of South Titusville expects to ida. October. number of them are beef rattle, nothing house cat was badly injured in the unequal

.::,.::;, ; .leave Perth Amboy about the last,of themonth.'He Among the passengers on the south MR. GIBBONS' LAST SERVICE.Rev. having been sold from the stock in the fight.Panama .
bound Tuesday we noted Mr. W. H. three One
;\ in orders in past years. hyudredandsissyacres 1
/ has sent hurry re H. B. Gibbons, of DeLarid, delivered hats cleaned blocked and
,
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H. ,Gieason, o(EanGallie who was re- of land anti a few hogs were included new
uU in read
gold boat
i; to power being put two most excellent sermons in bands puton, $1.50. 1\1 iami Steam Laun '
'ineM turning from a visit to his old hone in in the deal. The price paid was U.
for Basket
,him and Capt. Nelapn, of the dry. Collins Ag't. leaves r -ii
church
\murine ways,. ...iII.i immediately add. ,a Eau Claire, Wis. Mrs. Gleason is stopping the Baptist Sunday to a fairly $20,500 in cash. This is probably the every Tuesday. F
in the while
forward in St. Augustine for a few days ere I good congregation morning largest cash deal that baa taken place in
pilot house to_the craft just| of theeabin. HORSES.FOR SALE. .
,, arriving home. Mr. Gieason gained : the church was crowded at the evening that county in some time.

.i( .1! { ." about fifteen pounds during his stay service:" This was Mr. Gibbons' last service J. B. Magruder is off buying a lot of .. ,.

.:MldrediWoodpard{ arrived the in Titusville, as he takes a position FOR SALE. horses and mules. He will have one hun-

ff :first of the*'week for a visit of a' week..or north. with Stetson University the first of the Five acres of good land suitable for dred hate head carload for sale.in Titusville Mr. Magruder on Oct. 15th.wilt

Ii ta'Qjth.her friend Mrs. D. B. PritchardSMJse BIG SHIPMENTS OP MULLET. coming month and in view of his faithful orange, trees and garden with improve Write Majiruder, at Orlando, stating just 'f

.; t' Wood ward was formerly a _resident The shipments of mullet from Titus service and energetic work in the past ments. Located on Indian river front, the kind you want and he will have one f.f

.!: bere' but fefnbw night operator on the ville this week have been unusually large. he was granted a.vacation for next Sunday half mile from station.. N.AddressR. SIMMONS, to suit you in the lot. Satisfaction guar 1

: railroad 125.fi3f Over one hundred barrels were sent forward anteed or no sale. t
$; rSoutnern: Pacific _about which terminates his engagement. Frontenac Fla.

,-,,,;>;,,,"",,,,=,!,'milei" from' New.Orleans. After the. fever daily by shipments express ,have Wednesday been, and running the It is realized that it will be. a difficult STOCK FOR SALE. NEW RESTAURANT. .
NVBSEBV
: :broke. oat in New.Orleans. she was grant- nearly uniform with this number. Dur matter eeenre aa able a minister to succeed If you want a meal or table board at
'rw <'1.: 4a- 'yieation,' paR of which time she ing the month of August the shipments him, and his place has not as yet Citrus stock grown on high pine land. reasonable prices patronize the Peacock i

- .. ,has spent in Tennessee: and with her from this place amounted to 1,600 barrelsor been filled but an invitation has been ex Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. I Restaurant, corner Main street and Washington t I
4f-.... an average of over 375 barrels a week. tended Rev. McCall, the evangelist of Send for catalogue, Toledo and Vest avenue. '
ice ;:,," frtber, Mr. W. M. 'Woodward, of De. Bat September shipments will largely exceed Tampa, to come and deliver an address. ,Palm Beach, Fla.

,- m' ""':1'J' ''.liuid: :. : those for August. This amount of Mr. Gibbons won a host'of friends during Call at Titusville Livery at rear of I
.
.I >> lO" sea food is handled by three firms at this the term he served this church, who wish FOB SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. Rolbins' law office for
:..l ;Mr. E. L. Brady.and.his daughter;Miss I stylish rigs. '
, from their place. him all success in the new work he will About 88 acres of good high land on : Leave your orders for hauling, bath double .
44'Diietirrived; borne. Saturday take up. The musical selections for Sunday ..the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat and single. J. M. Oaban proprietor.

x., ,x, ...?... eojourn in the mountains of North Carp* The Miami Steam Laundry has made were'of a high order. The solos sung the Narrows described as follows: Lot
R'r"" :> 'i'> linaindTeaneeeeewbich'aleo; included I Mrs. C. Collins agent Leave work at by M s. Denham and Mrs Wilson were I No. 3, section 35, also lot No.3.'section FOR TOWN CLERK AND TREASURER.
the F. E. CL Grocery. Fine work, satis very fine, while the' choiaiparts and in 31 south 39 east.
36 township range
i York for which ,
rtr i. p'to Ne! city,
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4 faction guaranteed. hymns reflected great credit upon the .This land is unimproved but finely lo hereby announce myself candidate
i ;place they left the mountains the 29th of chcir and the organiet..Mrs. Denham. I cated. For further particulars address for re-election to the office of clerk and
'A and baby )B UlI:. I treasurer at the coming town election for
Jfn..E.'L, Brady areoari E. M. Low,
"-'! h '::'H oaiuttfewmoredays- in Tennessee" T'W floGl':: rJ of garden 4 land withsmall BURr BENKCKE-GUNS,,REPAIRED. Brockton, Mass. j Tituaville, to be held the fourth Monday j i

.':r 'i'botaie ,expected arrive home nextijmk. boose.and$oat buildings. ;:The Specially made gun; springs warrantednot in October and respectfully solicit the '
: land is good for'potatoes;: beans,'' tomatoes to break. Every_one carefully. tested. AUTO SPARKER FOB SALE.A : support of my friends. If re-elected will ,
.: Mr.!Brady reports I,that this hasbienla etc._ Apply tofA Gnus stocked. magneto that needs no batteries. serve the town as faithfully in the future .

::& i 'phenomenal yeai with, the.resortsatlieiWee .: j, H >. '>. .,. N. N. PE l>fY, H. BESECKE,; Brand new and will be sold at wholesale as in the past. .
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,., :1 Ii, Ii" ,. ,. "OIV'1,.' .,, .' I GAND" : DUKE "CUT. .Wifl!., as'-tte Insult: be'< wouW, be.de F--- : 1' : ,
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:ltf -:. ,(" -c: w'f .i)areit.:;,Be.obliged to : .the. czar's' ,
<:'", J :."(a.,.2f WX; BY.'r, ";o!.. <* i*a ; BiOtiEu. ;:.tea,Renlaa ritce: ;, f :
fry ,.i. Lukas
( "OFFiCI h-Dr.E.t.Bo 1DQ01'; Ii ''Tbe-csar/appealed-'to him to' reconsider : ;A .HealthyLLiYer s
waS Ii crisis f..8t. Fetersburgabant -
oUeetor.Jts .There :
; ;VU:goriermarshal: and.tax ; ; this decision and. pointed out
Pries clerk and ,treasurer John in c&seqnence of
: c ; two years sago bow difficult it. would be,' in view of A Well Man
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Hrarr.sWor WalkerD B.
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1 1 a'..gnarre1 between the j l1rand :Duke ,
.".. ;Kotow,F, A.Morgan.' .:Wfi. :the dignity-which hedges\the Russian
; brother and
% '; 13nn&L onndl Michael :ot::.the:czar then
: t ; Cl8Doilmen.ne x, Imperial ,family, to make: the grand,4uke. I
tmeetl4ni.1'8eIda71D each month;. heir.presumptive to'the Russian throne; apologize."I .
c'i..f;" '"' and M Wittt the:Tsar's: nhiI8ter'O.f'ncaJJ'Jhe : ; .
.appreciate' that sireC? 3t WItteanswered
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d.'iLitfij: "WUNTYOFFIczBB.=A.D.PeDDe7..Tita ; '- At" 'state:ball ,the,'grand'duke IgI1
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: ... 'if" .ft.,......._. ; demand for .an apology. You will,
".t: _. -vine,coast.";judge D L:.:.n1.1e". red the.m1 Jat r'a.bow: and gave,him :
, l' J. 'vWe,7 pmier dng attorney A.A.Stewart; ;the 'direct". itWltte'a". :face'showed :then allow: ..ff' 't1/jflt ;. :Titu ill e,:clerk Circuit conrt;:P. A: MeMilba. -. cut fices.. My usefulness to you and to the .
, l EaaQallie JU.-.or.:E.W.Hall.t no;trace of annoyance,. .He:jiassed this'incident
empire Is'neeesmiIyended by -
w f.Titu.rille.: ;;tae ectolJohnIienryTlhi through thetcrowdedbalh'oom as if he >
H ;! ,flMi\twawTw Jf>B.1' Walker,'-Titumlle bid Hot'not1 Ithe. public 'affront No influence,or authority. can
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} ,' \of..b1ic iinstiructkm; J.O. be left to me." ...
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High officials who bad sought' his 1-
, j ,d',;i: r Fries;"'Tltaarille 7 count*surveyor;*,XP.. : At the next court function.the grand --
I :BnnrD.1'iturilloaherif'; W. 8,;Norwood. favOT the ,day before fell away from duke> made; a point of greeting the 1A'PURELY VlGIT t'CONPOVND and the HOST?Ek .-.

:, flt.r&. w&Srfrr. .TttoarUk,regfatratioa ofIeeJ'". him..., They'_voided/conversation with finance :minister' warmly before the latter FECT UYEIHEDIONS KHOWK., Do not fill JOUr sPyst/dt. r

3 ;.f ; : }.) oorinlAIONEiS. ]r A.cimk: the man:'whom they thought.be.disgraced had time to bow to him. with Calomel Arsenic or Quintal HIRMNEfc a fiy&ran- f
-. liD&Ti1lm&D chairman; W.L Walker.Ti- in the.eyes of his Imperial master teed cure for all diseases produced by a TORPID UVES ;
SF:*-'" toHTille;' John B.' otlDd OIatF: and gathered Instead around the and IMPURE 1LOOD. It will cure HALAJUA without eay... -
.i). if-L' .. '.*. :WQOteoOoco&TJ.bebhntt.I..araD&eo; grand duke.: ,M. Wltte's Isolation was :Cause of Insomnia. lug any of the deadly effects of many drug'used for,thatPU'Pse.

_ $ ;Eeguiar,sesriom are held first Monday,inc .' as" complete as', that of'Elchelleu on Indigestion nearly always disturbs the .. One bottle purchased todaymav sate you from -

. JSfm.: .'. .each month. ._ "the day of fools," when: not a single sleep'more'or less, and is often the cause a sick spell tomorrow. Malaria cures IU UJl.ellUCaa. _P
: ; ", \ : of insomnia. Many cases have been ttlp&tlon, Dyspepsia, Chills,
.=/;. ." .UNIQUE, .CI1AELS!, courtier;attended his levee, because all permanently cured by Chamberlain's Complaints. Used and recommended. by the medical profession -,
, >- ., thought the, king. .had ;quarreled x with Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by. generally.A'PROMINENT. ,
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; ; ;:' '. .e lt1al'e of (Catkerml 'of St. JohmWithout him finally' Red Cross Pharmacy, -
1- Ecclesiastical Precede I Like ,Richelieu 11./VItte was tie PHYSICIAN'SENDORSEMENT
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4..:>.' ;''; ,:It U planned to make the new Cathedral victor.,' 'The .next: day he: sought an OA.ATOR.IA.Be&ath .

fif; ;: .', "; of' St..john ,the Diving'now; 'in audience'with the czarand placed the Kind Yes Nan Always BoightIf Dr. A. J. Hannah, a leading physician of UmatXa '

>' ,;"' :, > process, of J :erection at: ,Moroingside facts of the' case before him Slgmm. : 1/.1-- Fla... says: "I have been using Heroine in my practice
:;: : heights, New York, a church represent Because Iff. his capacity finance 01 and am well pleased with the results. I always
>V '" he had'felt.it his to On hand and think It grand medicine
"i-:; '' ( .ti?e.on" Amerlcan.soU.of! ,aU, the nations minister, duty refuse keep'some a "
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> for Biliousness and Uw Complaints.
vS" the'grandduke certain large sums
:--; c--.-- i ,that,have. contributed their people ... went to UM
net
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:ff, : ,. ;to then upbuilding of'the United of money for military purposes the .f-\.. "s biggest returns for .t! Large Bottle SOc Avoid All Substitute

:f"ti':' y .; States 'rntp) plan for extending in :a latter bad publicly insulted him., Unless i:, t.4)I./? your labor and ,
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duke to hUif
.the grand, apologized
..single'great''edifce' opportunities I 1..!'t ''.'reJfiiS;iS Ballard Snow ,Liniment Co.
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foreign :'born worshipers 'many .
Chamberlap' Cough. Bemedy Aids Nature
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modes, oL.speech :to- attend services St. _
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Medicines that aid nature are always
conducted in their nature tongues is most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough.

,: '. entirely without", precedent in' ecclesiastical -. Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the Y.

/ :;' '. '. annals.' cough, relieves the lungs! aids! ,expectoration

,:,.';;' .' 'That such opportunities map exist opens the secretionl, and aids nature I SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
;':"o .the trustees,of the, Cathedral,of St restoring the system to a healthy -the standard after 49 fea,.'
::1'"J: John'the. Divine have made tIlt seven condition. ,Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy, I test tlm They largrat always and surest produce RED CROSS PflARMlCY, TITDS7ILLB, and EAU,GiLLIE PHAB2ACT, EAU ,

S jv T-'a::/; .".'.- ".. "'chapels of the_ church national sanctuaries Fi. af7f crops.them All Our dealers 190 sU GAIL'L. :
4yt: ,where alien Christians may worship OA.IBTORIA.Beane ::. I Need Annual
Kind Yoe nave('ways Bound free on request. Southern Railway. _
:<:- V-.4)is in their own languages. 'One bas _D.M.FERRY&Co. .
been completed already and is popularly 8Jcutue ce #, # : ; DETROIT, MICH.
: j called the'Beimont 'chapel from theffi .tI EFFECTIVE APR. 10. 1904. 'i-'

-21' fact that: the' well known New York .
; No. 30'o., 34 Ao' 29 N'0.33Da'l
banker August Belmont,.gave $100,000 -1- Between Jl&ckionvllIe. aDd New York. .... .
KJS": = r rr-rrr Cdr-r == y. Daily.l Da'ly u.u. .
: : ,for its erection in'memory of his moth- Ir l == 'Lv OO ____
fepr: 755 P 920 a Jacksonville, Fla.-SO. Ry. Ar. 9 a 7 to P
li.; ,er., Anotber.-on. ,which work is beginning Young's Female _COllege, 1215 a-______- 130 pLY.Savannah, .__._____._ Ry. 450 a __ 330 P'
"' :':::" c ,will. be a memorial" to Mary THOHASVILLE GEORGIA, 9 55 -1005 pAr. Charlotte, N. ._________ Ry. Ll 950 p ____ 883.

ll, .1":. .Bhinelander King. and is the gift of OFFERS FULL COURSES FOR A. B., B.S.,'& B.L. DEGREES. 642 a.I-=== -658 a -Ar. Richmond, .__________ Ry. Lv. 1230"P'=:::: 1130' p950p1

ga\'.iv Mrs. Edward King of New York and I Physical Culture, Elocution and Music our Specialties. I ,-______- 945a Washington, D.C.-So.Ry Lv. 1051x- _-_____ -950p
r... :, 112.5 Pl_______ 1130a Ar. Baltimore Md.P. R. R Lv 612 a _.___ 822 P
::. Newport. The latter is to be'called the ____ __ _._ -0
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2 S3 a -- 145 pAr. Philadelphia. Pa. .P. R. R Lv. 333 a 555 p I
this in and Steam Heat Electric -
$15,000 spent building equipment. Lights -
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'. and dedicated in the year -
i : Scot's chapel ______
630 415 New _
: I Gymnasium Swimming Pool, Good Fare, Climate Unsurpassed. Strong Facility ofTen & pAr. York. N. Y J-P. R. R Lv.--1210 a -3 25-P .
jf(. name,of Columbia, being the*chap- Experienced Teachers
el of the British rite. m mm Nos. 33 and 34-"New York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Room

s .: :' -, Belmont is EXPENSES, |209. LIMITED: NUMBBB of FREE SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE ffim SIeE'pingCar between Jacksonville and New York.
: .The memorial officially Nos. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing RooM
/. : > designated the chapel of ,the oriental -. Session opens Sept. 26th,1905. For free catalogue address ffil Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
fe' ':. rite dedicated to tile Holy Name and
ti.; :**:: Is to be called in common use St. Sa- I. COCKRANE HUNT, President. IJ Ko Dail.30 Through"Tbe Land of the Sky'. Xo.:9I"'Uy.
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fcvII .' viour's chapel.. It is the easternmost r= r Jr-Jr Jr Jr JrJr= =: f 55 P Lv. Jacksonville Fla.-____:...___,--______....-------..----- By Ar. 900 a
:;'. of the seven and it was therefore considered 1215 aLv.. Savannah, Ga.,_._____--S4 Ry. Ar. f 50 a ,
'-' '::.., most appropriate to give it the 600 a Ar. Columbia S. c.--------______________________._______So. Ry. Lv. 113 a ;
," and dedication decided E. L. BRADY & BRO. 150 pAr. Asheville N...:_---__--__.._____?___....____._______ By Lv. 415 P
:. : name upon. 231 pAr. Hot Springs. N.c..________.______.________...._.._._-l:o. Ry. Lv. 1243 .
s With the rise of,marlolatry, as theolo- 600 p' Ar. Knoxville Tenn..--..--..---.---------______________.So. y. Lvr 933 a
gians. call the. worship of, the Virgin Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products 815 a Ar. C'indnnati, Ohio,.____________________________________.Q. &: C. Lv. 8lS It :
: Mary, it became the custom In the mid ,
Nos.29 and SO-Pullman Drawing Room and Bntl'pt Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville aDd
dle ages to add a "lady chapel" to the We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers We deal ezcjusivel 81. Louis, daily.
eastern end of all large churches and in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices 01
te Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY& BRO..TITUSYi ILLS,FLA
; : universal did this custom become No. 13 Between Jacklonvl1le and the North and Weat. No. 11.I '

SSSf&i'i ?.f*: that, a is cathedral not without such a sanctuary WAGONER c4z c<>. ==I 745 p Lv.Jacksonville, So. Ry___________--________.___Ar. ""i35 a t t1 -
cI' now regarded as complete. ;
- ------1 300 a Ar. Macron So. Ry-----_____________________.Lv. i I al1 _
The title "lady.chapel" did not seeIp I -------1 520 a Ar. Atlanta So.Ry--------. ..-----._.____.___Lv. 1100 p'_...__
appropriate however for any portion Staple and Fancy GroceriesHayVEGE'tilBLES Pradlice oflall, Binds .------ 945 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. fly____.____:_________________Lv. G U PI---
: of a Protestant cathedral built after : -::--:.i 741 0 p Ar Cincinnati, Queen & ________________ 830 al.____
; the Reformation. A SPECIALTY === 840 P Lv.Cincinnati, Big Four Route---------Lv. 110 a':::;:::
-$& The ----___ 710 a Ar. Chicago Big Four Route___.______.____.Lv. 880 pL.S _.__
seven chapels, which are to be .
? F built fast the funds for them TitTisxrillo.: i :, Florida.rwwwwww1wwEwwlwi. ..?--- g5 P L. .l ctnDatenn.' L.nes___________________.__A r. 845 1---__
efi as as are ------- 710 R Ar.Chicago: Penn. Linea.____________._._____-Lv. 8.0 P'al______
forthcoming will stand about the ==i 1'845-P Lv. Cincinnati, C. II. & D;Monou______________i 7i al i==
choir of the cathedral in a semicircle. __u___, 72t Ar. ('}lIcago. C. H. & D.-Monon________:..____.Lv. 902 1'1----;
r Each will be a little church large --.- -Lv'. Cincinnati C. H. & D.-uieh. __
------- 94iJ P Cut-----_ Ar. 700 1'....._
enough for about a hundred persons, u____. 520 a Ar.Toledo, C. H. & D.- Ich. (:' ._________. 1140 P'725 ..__
and the group, will ,separated from. _______ a Ar. Detroit, Go H.& -111ch. Ceut.__--__ -__-Lv. 10 00 '-

.,t,;- the rest of the edifice by, a corridor, The fieo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. -----___.-SO P Lv.1Incinnati, P enn. Lines---_______..__.______ _Ar. 18 1---ti 30 at .
,from which they will be.entered. The -.------ --a Ar Plttsburg. Penn. Lines_____-________________Lv 81" r.55.5 -'---.--
-' five remaining structures are to be the -------I 93 P Lv.'incinnati Bg! Four--------------------------- t. 650 "F -
645a Arleveland, Bur Fur___.____..___ ar---.
Swedes chapel that of the SCandinavian -------- ? ,----- --Ly. 930 p ___._
K: rite; the Holland chapel that of MACHINE SHOPS =:::- 5 30p Lv.IA'xinJrtOn. So. By---------------____________Ar. I04.'i a'810 :::=
------- pAr. Louisville. So. Ry-.-------?.-_____________ 'Z 40 .L! ____
the German rite; the Italian chapel. 732 Ar.Rt. Louis, So. _________.____
p; ------- a Ry ________..__ -Lv. 1010 pi.Nos. _______
the Huguenot chapel and the chapel of
IM- the Mozarabic rite 13 and U-'The Florida Limited." Daily Solid Vestibule
?. -_- to be called the Train. Through Daj
K ,, Spanish chapel Plumbing and Metal Work Coaches and Pullman Sleeping. Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati

J No.5 Xo.lS Between JacklODvlIle aDd Kansas f
Many Pr nent For.MI.. Rooaevelt.Not CItJ' Ko. 14 X'o.6

f .t only has a shower of commit BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS === 745 p Jacksonville Fla, So. Ry..._?......._...._.eo Ar. 835 I -.....
,v,- r-1., meats fallen upon Miss Alice Roose ------- 520 a A r. Atlanta I G a.. So. Ry---------u__________Lv 1150 -_-____
; I -----.- 11 i5 a Ar. Birmingham. Ala., So. ________ p
velt throughout her visit to the south ------------ 513 p _____
i ij. 805 pAr. Memphis Tenn.. Frisco_ _______
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I II : -------- -Lv. 815. __ _
j. ern islands but substantial present Agriculturallmplemeots u_____ 940a Ar. Kansas City, }Io., Fmco_________ u__ ------_Lv. 630 P u._
I have come to her as well.' Tbe'8ultall u.
: n Nos. and 14-"The "
13 Florida
I : of Sulu, through his prime minister, Limited. Daily.

t; '. presented to her a pink pearl of so FLORIDA EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE.J. .
SANFORD
'f; C.LUSK,.District Passenger Agent 108
that collector West Bay Street,
.f :: remarkable a tint many : ? Jacksonrllle,Fla.
of gems doubtless would give a great C.11.AC KERT,G.M. W. H.TAYLOE,G.P.A.

i y. deal to possess It. The chief dattos! .S. H.HARDWICKP.. T.M. BROOKS MORGAN. G. P.A.
, Ir ----- ------
., ,. alsa expressed their Interest In the ----- -
president's daughter by gifts of pearls -.- ---- THEBridgeport

--w4 .nil, a decorated saddle. As if the
American party had not been entertained The Motor
OF SEA ROUTES
,t sufficiency, a programme of native QUEEN ;

sports including. a spear dance
{ and a bullfight, was arranged for

them. The sultan dressed In attire f k 1 :

that 'was far from the American 4 ': thatMotesl-
I standard of summer outing comfort Merchants? & liners Trans. Co's !

and attended by his minister and '

armed umbrella bearers, rode Into the .STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN -- .
arena and greeted Secretary Taft Aft .

er the entertainment Miss Rooseveltand It stands alone for eflleieiify and

the other Americans were taken strength.It .
for a drive through the cocoanut SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct
groves. has plenty of metal and it is

where it does the most good.It .
The Colonel's Waterloo, Connections for-

Col. John M. Fuller, of Honey Grove, is perfect in desigu and work-
Texas, nearly met his Waterloo from liver Washington New York and Boston. manship.
and kidney trouble. In a recent letter he ,
-- eave: "I wan nearly dead of these complaints Everything means something.
and, although I tried my family Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations ".,d, K, Send for catalogue.

F doctor, he did me nn good, so I got a 50c. and cuisine .unsurpassed i j ,
bottle of yonrgreat Electric Bitten' which SEND FOR BOOKLET.H. .
cured me. I consider them the best med.

_. icine on earth, and thank God who gave C..AVERY, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville. Bridgeport Machine & Motor Co.,
s' "Offihe knowledge to make them." Sold

and guaranteed to core dyspepsia, biliousness J. C. WHITHET, 2d V. P. *T.N., Y.P. TURNER G. P. A., Bridgeport Conn. '
and kidney disease, by Red Crow ... .
at 50c. bottle. GENERAL OFFICES, BALCTOBB,ID. F. N. .
: Pharmacy, a I HITCHCOCK ft CO., Agents,Titu.Tillt,Florida. f


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.Controlling""Plant:ftffleniration., "|lt j & ,: ;: '1?

hIT IC: 'A.L'11 I Professor, "W. Setchell"botanist:" otthe.TJnlversity '. :' '.i.-f- '
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'Ag, inst'- toomis.! by, controlling the-direction' of,the ,,-. :,)''r'-

pabllsbed dis- flow of the nutrition in kelp, a seal''f:==-
of
report; '
M1N .weed, he has made buds grow when,2; '-.
and major:
minority. they had not grown: beforehand; caused f .-

r". : In ,the Orinoco compa the. strongest buds at the end of the .'

; 1uied the-famous Manoa plant to dwindle, away. -:

''Venezuela, has brought: 0
How Western Storms Breed.
n the prominent part
Dr. W. McGee, who has finished a =. '

-*, .t, '!: :.: connected With this four months' period of observation in "

.. 4 the appointment of Fran- the great American desert of Arizona

to.the Venezuelan mis explains the process of storm breeding ''

; Correspondence between by contrasting the level heat radiating

'.,' ,- ."- '- .. .' ,. of Brooklyn. and surface of the desert with the uneven
-. ;'J '''-'tt- ii'.t.:; : ,. then chairman,of the surface of the' mountains to the east
{ :J.; ; < }l11en the French drafts sfgn-'
: \r were frauds -
';";;,,,I' .,:,. .;".,f....'az g}." t.\-. 1t'.G"N'. 1.\\. tdd byte Japanese :and: the, English! Carolina :committee, and Mr. ward. The 4esert radiation keeps the 'i
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-' -: ;,., :- '""" -'" : : : -- .'-- & broughtj to.light disclos aqueous vapor high above the earth in _
.. ] ; : "; ..<., ;. tines bythe Rites ans.- Each,. envoyatUxeadbisprlvate the.
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o?>'. :'i "* = ?,fb'- ':":,' -.,..iLiW, :at-.1'okyoe: ,. '-!; ''Nf'-, seal. gaugers, concessions. The I
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::< Ji 'f over the mountains the Irregular radia-
:}.C:: '.;."cb rcter:0t tlte 7 Japanese. d1$* _At:this point Baron!Rosen broke the fined'$ that the Orinoco interests tion
; the
precipitates vapor in the form :
silence;"bJi rising 'and his
: 'fct1on'w1th'tthe f extending and
; peace vof' Portwhen1 -
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T Loomis minister who
a
of rain
and storms.
!:ftJ 5:;,. iRu1ndIcated fierce'ridta hand,across;the,table to Mr. Takahira which. '
to their plans. Mr.
'-' '-\i. 'u o; ':';;" utTokyq"Wtfh'c.loleat ictsltd saying," "I shake ,hands with an old New Land Discovered. i
i i' j Issued a statement
r; :, gttiaetMarquls i who> waschjeil71 friend;:,now. l with .a -new, one.*' Mr,' way'allimproper A report from the Duke of Orleans' 1
ff; --. : I I general \ ;
: Witte and., Baron Komura- followed Greenland expedition records the discovery
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CiponslWe the mifca-
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; I'advIseathe'surrender' this' example: and all present. 'ex- of a new land, which they
of
v :(;a ; part Mr. Radcliff, how-
r ': d Jbe.ca&u".indemnity,' banged congratulations. Formal comjUihentary Animal Loomis In and christened Terra de' France, In the
'i- part
etA.thhltna .
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-- ,,.,.'',. t..w' '\'-. .. -,<- ..' with- the envoys' expressing the hope of cation and the company's east coast of Greenland. It was found

'\ ,.:,:;"=.4 or.1+'j-,;: V.1'i",'1k.< .. "'.{ 'tb' police' :In friendly1: relations, between .their respective son's' to Loomis at' the that Cape Bismarck lies on an Island t
; 5it;. i empires.. ,The.champagne' and not on the mainland heretofore
as
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f. .-: 'Which several Salmon, ; from Venezuela.
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the ; concession
., .. 4;<,:t, 'persons were ; compromises F
{ < klued'and to, the health' of the president of the dered which bordered
i' t 4 ,hundreds are

r.!'.'-'t,.' "i ; j&' or wounded, United States and the emperors of Rus Oct! .of 125 miles by the na vi- I MISCELLANEOUSCorporal I'
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.>:. / t- '" J. sla'and'Japan. The Russians then has, refuses ,
'.''';,::'-ik..,. }: "" the police stations
,
''':*'. tened to Christ church, where a thanksgIving his ;
being destroyed Loomis.
: }J.r tJ 'service was held by Russian ', Tanner Heads G. A. R.

'"$.-.:)j'", .. ot J : :. The priests land a large choir from Russian fied with Roosevelt announced the' During the annual encampment of .
'! ;,t home of. Mar of Robert Bacon of New .
Jir.h 'T .' : '. churches' of Boston, New York the Grand Army of the Republic at
,
Ito !
was Francis B Loomis
as
:'i .t ; .QWjI and Philadelphia. The act of'signing Denver, where 15,000 veteran :',were '
fir v ,. L.burned,'and the Grant assistant secretary -
,, ,..',.-.- '' ---5. 'antiAmerican a of state.
"
", ;-7"1i ".r ... > suspend all. hostilities at the front, but chosen commander In chief. Tanner
sentimentfound.expression I' names Mr. Bacon wasa
1!, : ": the treaty becomes effective only upon ed In the lost both legs during the civil war.

"; :"' t-f" t ,;", :,":,l' iniiit Its ratification,by both emperors. Next college mate Minneapolis was chosen for the next t
1 g ,Scat atoning of : to the of the presidentand
:t1!f; _. .. : .' >I. day. the envoys left Portsmouth and General encampment '
-tL "
.,:i.f.1i 1i'i r a carriage in. went to New York; and later were, the has for Accidents
< wlilch EH. Hugh..
Harriman,. the wealthy some years
''i.fJ e lCan railway 'man ,was riding HilL guests of the president at Sagamore cently been his close More than forty lives were lost and

$wjttitltov Ten-Christian'churches and the friendFormer- property valued at over 11,000,000 was i
i. ',, The treaty as finally agreed upon In- sociate member ,destroyed In the recent storm which
,; pmissdon ,school were! burned, and eludeS ly a of
;
!- the following points: engineer the firm of J. P. swept over 'Lake Superior. Several k ,
i _the OfBce of the government newspaper .
Flrst.-Japan's
preponderant interest U. S. vessels were wrecked, including the
& Co.
: 'Morgan ,
oegaaYKokumin; Shimbun was wreck-
J: political, military and economical, lu.
he Sevona, the loskp and the Olive J ean-
'
represented
'"? & mobilized for the Consul
;Troop* war were
: Korea.
.
1 ette. Seven of the crew of the Sevona
that firm and
>; cal&Tiipon, put down the uprllblg.J51 The st
1. Second.-Manchuria to be simultaneously -
.. stood by that others might be saved,
capital generally -
\ and martial law was declared->This notice,
;
evacuated by Russian and
and later themselves rescued.A .
I in the anthracite ,were
'lgr,{ together with Inclement weather serv- within eighteen its
Japanese troops
terrific cloudburst In the Unadllla
coal strike
r t .ed,to check! the,,mob,outbursts. 81m- months, the rights oft'?private Miller .
4 ; persons of lOC when snd Chenango valleys of central New .
!f ;llari expressions ,disapproval weret.Jt. Miller,
:< remaining intact endeavoring to York caused $500,000 damage to prop-
was put
leave of
.reported from other Japanese cities.
Titled.-Russia's lease of Port Arthur
erty. Scores of towns were cut off
trouble. Mr. Loomis an-
;Nearly:all of.the newspapers speak of and Dalny to pass to Japan. March intention to abroad from communication and two lives are .
"the;treaty,as an Insult to the Japanese up his go on
ili F'oUrth.-Neither Japan nor Russia to known to have been lost 'I

'L : .people > Nowhere was there the .l1g t- restrict China In the development of : luring ,siepecialtrolley car at Worcester

; eat disposition to celebrate the, conclu- the Manchurian trade, which shall Be I Mr. Race Issue.
Piijf In Mass., was derailed Sept. 5 at a curve
ff jSton;of,peace.. It was freely predicted free to all nations. book, Republican conven- and went down a fifteen foot embank ".

-4 Jfi. that.'the. Katsura _government would Fifth.-Russian and Japanese rail- man presided over by See- ment killing two persons and Injuring

be compelled to.resign as soon as the roads to be Joined at Kowang-Tcheng- ny's Navy Bonaparte, a plat- eleven.

'( ';. 'Of ,diet.'met 'A .number, of the opposition Tse and operated. with a' view to Over a containing the dec- .I A three story brick building at New-t

it : statesmen ,met and urged Oyama to through traffic. In the Republican party of York,collapsed while a wrecking crew

:r4 continue the, ware they prepared Sixth.-Russia's cession of the south- veterans druggist''P'O no social equality was at work tearing it down. Two ;

'fi + 'to'oppose the ratification of the treaty. ern part of the Island of Sakhalin as 500 a' favors no negro domi persons were killed and eleven injured. Go,
: I the white people here or
'r;':; -, Chaos In the Caucasus.An .- far north as the fiftieth degree. died last An earthquake unusual violencewas
can be depended upon
,: : outbreak ,of an interracial warfare Seventh.-Russian colonists In that ever on the establishment of reported in the province of Cala- -;

< '.' between the Tartars and Armenians part of the island ,to remain with 000 on Jan. 1 conditions in Mary- bria, Italy, causing many buildings to

/i....": :3-: in the. southeastern. section of changing nationality. roll eight negroes were pres- collapse and burying 400 persons in the

t the Caucasus was reported from Baku, Elgbth.-Russla's agreement to give on with ten times as ruins.

1; the principal city of the oil district, In Japanese subjects the right of fishing ing the conventions. This ac- Deaths. e

'i:< ,the outl7Ingon fields from which theerode In the sea of Japan, the sea of Okhotsk dropped tI
j ; number to, the well known Hezekiah Butterworth, author and
'f..iff.,1;,' oil cOmes everything above earth and the Bering sea.Nnth.Renewal dent Root that the ex- I I historian, died at the home of his

;j::: -:{::: 1184.been destroyed, and the great oil of the commercial for the emanci-
suffrage
April 8, brother at Warren, R. I., Sept 6. He Y
;;;.;:'i ::('" reservoirs,were rapidly burning. Over treaty existing before the war with a $Go,612. had proved a failure Is was seventy-five years old. He was

.- 1,000 persons, were reported to have most favored nation clause.
$ ; a new policy widely known as the author of "Zigzag '
.J.t." been killed in battle and vast damages Tenth.-Restitution of prisoners of Public of negro suffrage by Journeys."

ft-:>: : 'property'' was incurred. The terror war by paying the cost of keeping* After Republican conven

Ikt:;. .'. 'stricken Inhabitants of Baku fled from Eleventh.-The treaty to be ratifiedby mer had Beautiful Women.

:'rf .the ,city in, great, fear after the mobs the 'sovereigns of the two states two \ Refutes Panes. Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft

51f-i'. !'..."' '<'., had_ overcome. :the troops in the local within fifty days. and L. and his military staff glow of health and a pure complexion
:." --;" "-.' ," garrison. The first fighting was in Chamberlain Labor. in and make ell)) women beautiful. Take a small
Opposed by to the Portland exposi
::1.t.: : pahfrhan, The public buildings at Baku Palmer's dose of Herbine after each meal; it will
At.the session of the British trade all free .
tJ.(. ,'; 'were'guarded by troops and many of lic transporta- prevent constipation and help digest
'. union cong ess In London a vote was railroads. The governor what have eaten. Mrs. Wm. M.
f4- ", f. 'the'foreign Inhabitants boarded ships he was you
y ." taken on Joseph Chamberlain's fiscal that acceptance of Stroud Midlothian
Tex. writes 31
: ,: 'and went to seato escape the danger. etts was May ,
: < _, policy and reciprocal protection. Dele- : printer place his administration 1901: "We have used Herbine in our

Thou--2 ; gates representing 1,253,000 members to the railroads. family for eight years, and found it the

..;-;:., : declared for free trade because the bur- he desires to avoid. lest! medicine we ever used for constipation -
"?-', employment the burning of factories bilious fever and malaria. Sold
(i:' ., ,- + den of protection would press the most Allee. by
*40j.: y Joined in the irregularities and a Red Cross Pharmacy and Eau Gallie
if / : heavily on the laborIng. class. Delegates I I
'rif({ general revolution against existing authority Addicks, Delaware's pe Pharmacy, Eau Gallie, Fla. .
26,000 members fa-
representing for the United States
f.JL:' : ; line,feared.. The Baku oil fields,
vored the Chamberlain policy.
: -j-::.: '" are the' largest hi the world not controlled 1 Summer Interviews ac I -LOW RATES-

1tjf :>" by the Standard Oil company. Stern Measures Against Cholera. FoJt) > ; organ has C- -FOE-
and declared that
t s! The.Treaty of Pace Signed. The' Hamburg-American line an- er SPECIAL OCCASIONSVIA
seat in the senate.
get a
'
nounced that all further bookings of
xIt Was almost 4 p. m. on Sept & when summer
would be refused until the sixty-four years old and -
.K/1j, a clerk rushed out of the big brick government immigrants the
health officials should be completely a fictitious reputation '
of SOUTHERN RAILWAY
house of the Portsmouth
I -
storage
,. i;, .. ,, satisfied that danger of an epidemic cannot )' the newspapers. He D'aily .j
yard and breathlessly toll Trains East Leave
.v :: navy had passed. The disease is spreading Allee with being a Two Jacksonville -
; the, group of waiting correspondents try. 9:10 a. m., 7:55 p. m. 1
'that the had been signed. At out. Berlin Is threatened. a. m. to
i!! : treaty AA -\tlanticCityS.J.andretnrn.. '1
;\'; :' the same time a soldier waved a red $'t'tlHI On sale daily; limited Oct. 31,

?2 ;' flag to the battery fifty yards away, I LEGALCRIMIN..u.1 ing and I I 11)03.) _

< and the boomed out their salute, homes '
f ';; guns Ufil 7R: Bar Harbor, Maine, and re-
I ctioilowed: by the playing of the band, as at New Star. $UtilU turn. On sale daily; limited 1-
the of bells from the churches Indian Lands For White open air. ts
t y,,:;' pealing : P. Fleming of the Oct 31,1905. ; :

., Yi:: .:.' of Portsmouth and the tooting of Indian land' inheritances said to aggregate with has announced PKI! : IA| Saratoga Springs, N. Y., and
sirens and factory whistles. $10,000,000 in value are involved cents
steamship
} yjt.lvreturn.. Oa sale daily limited
of a new star in the con- ; i
-. /The 'treaty thus greeted at the place In the decision of Judge T. Ray- Public stellation Oct 31, 100.5. t

I"'lf n{'.; of',Its conclusion and which in a few mond In the federal court at Muskogee "To la. She modest Aqul- CJQ7 Washington, D. 0 and returnJIUIiUV "
transmitted L T. .The test case was that of Eck
: moments was to the civilized ly of Iy ascribes the ( Limited Oct. 31, 1905.

:. t: world by means of,the telegraphand Brooks, a white man, whose Indian small credit not tot Two Trains Daily West Leave Jacksonville
:';" ', extra editions of the papers had wife and child had died. He claimed for
: :
at 7:45 p. m., and 7:55 p.m.Chicago -
. herself, but to
.. been signed at exactly 3:47 p. m. by their land sections but the Indian law of New
those to whom III., and return. On
the alienation of land to 846 OJ
plenlpotentiaries'of Japan and prohibited aside ,'
\, the four c( L she is Indebtedfor sale daily. Limit Oct. 31, 1005. ,
Hr ,Russia-Komura Takahira Witte and whites. ,The decision holds that BrooksIs their
the splendidphotographic Dining Cars. Service a la Carte.
the heir to the land owned
rightful
to close the
'J;: ;.: ;: Rosen-and had brought a bies are

':'{ : greatest armed conflict hi history. The by his Indian,wife' and_child., : grass, facilities made information Sleeping car cheerfully reservations furnislieil and detailed upon

; 1 j' ,Russian. and Japanese secretaries and $100,000 Job For Parker. possible by the application. Passenger office 108 West

''_: :' attaches, as well as a number of Americans .Former Judge Alton B. Parker, Democratic Subway Henry Draper Bay street, Telephone.

f ;,,: ,especially Invited! were grouped candidate for president" last The fund. By this J. C. LVSK, Dist Paifi.It..,

Jf.i: ;'<'" about the envoys_at, the long mahogany fall has been retained as chief counsel Bleecker means n nightlyphotographic Jacksonville! Fla. .

tJJ'f! table in'the conference room, Including by the Brooklyn'Rapid Transit company York :!;J'jI

2:';, Governor McLane'of New Hampshire, at a salary of $100,000 a year. He of ,. record of the HOLLISTEfi'S

!tP, .: Rear, Admiral Mead Assistant Secretary has entered Into 'a law partnershipwith Potter sky has 'been Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets 1
) < of State Peirce and Mayor Marvin William F. Sheehan one of his
,;:: ,?: have kept up for A Busy Medicine IJr Bosj! People.
- Portsmouth. Four copies of the strongest backers in the presidential
direction of Professor Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.A .
m1.of: **. .treaty were 'in the hands of the Seefeowf:1r' campaign. ? Are yon Fleming has discov sixKriric' for Constipation Indirection, Lire
tailed tWd',11i, English being placed before Are you and KMn y TTroub;ec. I'impl"I. Eczema Impure
> Unearthing Revenue Frauds. than other astron-
any Blood, Bad Broath. Sluggish Bowels, Headacha
W&&'' --' Komura: and tWo In French: being International'- Revenue Commissioner' you feel of the world. S'ae and BacaIt's Rocky M juntain Tea in tab
fSfs before Witte. 'Each signed simultaneously health let form :;'i cents a box. Genuine mad, by
M A<,'."-eR..itf l'; .placed Yerkes ,in. the course of, an investigation Hollister'a Dundee, Scotland and is lloLLlsrja !>?='a CnvFAVY, Mn lison,Wis.
I ; which the signatures -
; .. after:
It";.>, '.f' &. add- has' unearthed extensive revenue Ask your forty years of age. GOLDEN N [GETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
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Takahira were --
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iiff.h; .of hwVfrieinda.'.; It;> PnjtnatCdrtelyon on Pardoning Board and the ;

- .oJ? t", : inflicted injury. oniVth e T.,.chief law's,, ,delay.l .etc.",:will soon havethe1. : ',matter
.t 7 whom he deceived into misreWr eflL bone settled.": :The YounJL ;iMen'a Democratic -

/! y.:" ', :uidressedto.the.'Amencan'peop1ewillY '; ;; League of?Jacksonville .will settle'

:, '-L : \ Cortelyou- 'in his,torn(bewithered: : in'the' afro debate..'-The subject of the debate* lARjANDORG4 _

" ii:'!' 'lightning, flame of righteous wrath.!" will be: "Resolved,'That the ends of )justine _

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desire i 'to :"investijwte"! ''charges,.finds. state of Florida."

':f*!;;' : .it very strange: that.good Citizens! should' ..wwww THE ENTIRE[ SYS S f lIr t
'. 'KIDNAPPED BRIDE.
:.;: > be,anxious to prove'the. guIlt':of:'public .

.- '.f-.'-;.., officials. and. so bring "shame"_ npoh the .Chester Wbidden,' ,a *young man, of : For sale the
( j* :.c':::&, ':*" if.... oounti' 'On''the'contrary. tbes"etrangenese" "" Gardner, Fla.,. just entering manhood, V. 8.. Davidson, Late Lieut. U F.. by \
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SKK. to us is the conception that.it i.i pub: fell desperately in love with his u8in. Army, Washington, D. C., care U.8.

> '.:,: licity that:is shameful, not "the:;doing of Etta Whidden, a pretty miss of fourteen Pension Office,writes: INDIAN RIVER ,

'. the.deed.. To commit and ,divide in. silence summers,'who lived in, the same town. "To my mind there Is no remedy kMUSIC s
.
lor catarrh comparable to Peruna.t .
; :; may not convict ns;of shame. but The young lady however did not return not only strikes at the root of.the

: ', the injury,remains and the .crime.multi his affection, says the Arcadia News. malady but it tones and strengthensthe HOUSE

.... Ji ': plies itself by immunity, while punishment So with the help of sympathizing system la a truly wonderful ,

.; '. 'is at least supposed: mean the friends be decided 'to' kidnap her from way. That has been Its history la
I and unhesitatingly TITUSVILLE FLA.
: r <'protection,of the innocent'and the .cor her home. With the assistance of his my case. recommend cheerfully it to those ; 7..,

.: nation of abuses i Perhaps there are brother, Cuetise,.and Lamb and Cyril [afflicted as Ixcave been.-F. 8.

': t.'a::. many who )look/through tne glasses of McClelland, the'jronng lady was induced Davidson.If .

:Y z;, the Times,'and this fact may account for. last week togo fq Zolfo, where JusticeH. .

it ;: much.that.Is,shameful in public affairs. M. High made the young girth happy. you do not derive prompt and satis -

.r' -c, The J girl tearfully returned with ,her factory results from the use of Peruna ", -
r write at once to Dr. Hartman giving a
newly-made husband to his home in
,
THE ATLANTIC COAST CANAL. foil statement of your case, and be will ,

,. .Gardner, be to give his valuable adVice I
pleased you
The project of an Atlantic Coast, canal
: ; About this time the"irate father was

: has,.been revived and active..steps will hot'on the,trail of. his new ,,,soninlawand Address gratis.Dr. Hartman President. of SAN MATEO CIGARS

V; ,betaken to secure congressional sanction. found them with the door barricaded. The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, t

'.The plan is to construct a canal from Procuring a' gun.he returned to the house Ohio. Have Made a 5

r Chespeake bay to Jacks' mville, Fla., witha and demanded his daughter. Reluctantly -
depth of 12 ft>et. It is even contemplated Reputation :
the door and the
was opened daughter '- '
that with the completion of the Cape rushed into the arms of her fond parent vJ: > of Their Own. I

Cod ,canal in Massachusetts! and the :Indian The newly-made son-in-law made a 4
L- River canal in Florida there would dash for liberty. The success of the San Mateo Cigaris

; be an'aU'ater, : inland transportation With the aid of neighbors the two one 'of the greatest triumphs
i route from Boston West. One of the East Coast since the freeze.
jLo Key youthful accomplices to: the\ abduction N r
has but,to look at the way to i See the pos- were captured.

sibility of using rivers and bays and ins Constable Prine took the train for Pun- Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the
lets as natural components of this water- Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East t
ta Gorda, where he captured the husband Coast plantations, the cigar industry!! of the world has never produced a better article.
It would afford
"' way. security from storms! and returned with him to Gardner.. For sale by all the leading hotels and club! : and by the Union News Company
". and in times'of war it might prove> In.val. The father bad Chester arrested. The Ackfj : on every train entering Florida.

'ii',: uable. The people of Baltimore are very uncles of the son-in-law'
I new had thegirl's Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.
interested in the
mpch project, believingthat
father arrested for assault with. intent -
the! building of the inland water way murder. Manufactured
to by s. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla.KW&wwLwKr
.
would add to her
enormously. commerce.. The end is not yet, .but the youthful

pair are separated, and the matter will PLENTY OF MOSEY .

.' SCHOOL HOURS. probably be taken to the courts, as the is lost by failure to injure. The thing to "R UNS LIKE A CLOCK"

/girl; is not of age, and did not have timeto ask yourself is: "Can I afford to lose my i 1i
', The Fitzgerald public schools have ',
Y' "
, house or business? If the is r
answer
obtain her father's consent.. All yes, ,.
opened for the fall term under the one are .},!, .. c,11t.. tI ,, Davis Gas
prominently connected. DON'T INSURE.If .'1 '' .,.. 4t- Acetylene Generator
session a day plan. The school day will It.y !
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begin at'8:15 a. m. and end at 1:30 p. m. the answer is no, then come and have t =.:;!'fy 1,:
I 'GATOR HIDES IN QUANTITY. us make yon a policy at once. It is the II :<"t..e. r ,;)\ ri Feeds
4 hour abolished.
the noon being This safe t J/ IE I"h '
only to avoid the risk which .
way
makes the school 1 five" hours and A big procession of ox teams arrived >9'T'. {;" ...
day 5f-
ruin ,
.' : may you. We represent the best ( i. "
k' ,, :
rt"I in town J ,, Piwl
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from the Everglades with .alliga t -ii'ff4 \ -
',, ,Y_ teen minutes without I intermission.This and quickest settling in the ;: 1:
,JI is along the lines of a plan that is tor hides on Monday, says the Fort Meyers country '- ::1. r1 il J./.t: ;t.1"lt', 1 91 l I'' Lamp

Press. There were five of these ox MORGAN & WALTON, .. (, 4111 '
:::" being agitated in many parts of the country 4ff'' I.O f't: ; S t
teams, t.woofeight oxen and and three TnrsviLLE I ; II: ilL: "
FLORIDA. /
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of the school ( and .
shortening day f' 'I' !I ;;I' If: > 3\\ '
:jfsF.lK t. lengthening the time of study at home. with four oxen. The wagons brought in f !;I'I\ '\\\M/M/ir/jr\ : ,4?.tlr II 11 /,; Carbide..
700 'gator hides for Bill Brown and 200 I i iI
BOBBINSGRAHAM: '1tlk 1.1'11)1
; .': The argument is that along school day 'f.iJI t
for Frank Wilkinson. If .
x the State Fair .. ) }
;; : is responsible) for many ailments of chil ".1"' Gas

Ng dren. But it seems to us that the m innovation people want a real attraction fob "The & A BRUSH WITH SAVAGESis
"
Range, they should secure these ox
has little to recommend it. It
requires
Y teams to "run the range" at Tampa at CO., a novelty. The higher the civilizationthe i
Yield
a sustained mental effort on the larger the number of brushes in use. !
HrlS part of the children of five and a quarter It-ast once. every afternoon. The', teams (Incorporated Paid op Capital $25,000.00.) Judging by the demand here our custo-

"- hours without rest. Then'they may g't ') carried out the heaviest stock of grocerif This company owns landsin mers have reached a high state of refine-
!>, eta, ever taken to the Everglades the Indian Hirer Country ment. Every day we sell more and more Larger _
't home and dinner and
: awhile
get 'play ,on the St. Lncie River, of these excellent
then pick up their books rain in the'evening atone time. Every wagon being heavily at New River and on Bis- _
loailed. TOOTH BRUSHES HAIR BRUSHES Acetylene the light of the future. It
and {study for as many hours as I cayne Bay. BATH BRUSHES (etc.) has
past the Over
parents require them. THE OCTOBER COSMOPOLITAN. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES Perhaps the fine quality has had some- 100(00 generators experimental in use in stage.the United! .".

The plan furthermore entails uponparents Send for land list. thing to do with it-perhaps its the price. otates.
Booth Tarkington W. W. Jacobs AI- Clieaperthancoalgaselectncity'
: a mass of work, m aiding with OFFICES AT Anyway all purchasers are well pleased. or !! ...
the lessons, ,that many of them are incompetent fr.il 1 Henry Lewis, Edward<<1 Lefe\reJames, TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. RED CROSS PHARMACY, to work satisfactory.! Use for beating, ,c ,'
L. Furl, Amiens, Bierce and Herbert cooking and illumination. .
to perform. It also makes it TITUSVILLE. .i
Quirk are contributors to the October 'J;!.
1- necessary for the children to carry hack The E. W. AMSDEN, OEMOXD, l : .
:, and forth daily between school house and v'smupulirao-| unus-nally large number Alpine. Cottage, J. L. MOBLEY Agent for the East Coast
f of. prominent names for a popular Circulars and price list on application. .r
home an armful of heavy books. The Under the management of Mrs. Kate >
FLA.
i magazine. Needless to the entire issue TITUSVILLE ,
-
:; = carrying of heavy books has been. knownto say Myer, assisted by F. A. Losley t .'
is well worth reading, and the illustrations Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal- TDHASBROUCK .
cause curvature of the spine in girls are attractive being contributedby TITUSVILLE, FLA. somining Staining Finishing and Paper '

and much study at night is not good fur Hanging, at the most reasonable price .
Will,Owen, famous injEngland for his = _
N young eyes. Daily or Weekly Board. consistent with good workmanship.
character work, W. L. Jacobs, Frank
It is within the memory of a great Tenney Johnson Orson :Lowell, Frank House Newly Furnished. Work anywhere on the East Coast MOTOR y t:
patrons of schools when the school STARTS EASIER .
many RUNS STEADIER :
,
'S VerBeck, Phillips Ward, Henry Raleigh, Everything First Class. Specially solicited. Let me know'what GIVES GREATER '
session lasted for eight hours EFFICIENCYand
or more
F. T. Richards and Seymour M. Stone. Location Hopkins street you want and get my estimate on it. i: I.
: Julia. .
with two intermissions or recesses. In near
Prompt attention uses LESS GASOLINE
given to all work. horsepower
On the whole, it is a very beautiful per
mag- ,
rs ; those days there was no night study except than any other engine made. ..'

: on the part of a few of the more advanced azine LA POSADA EAST COAST MEAT MARKET We continually demonstrate this.
. S Commercial sizes 8
to 300
pupils, in Latin algebra, etc. A Remedy Without Peer. horsepower.
Q. r. DUBEI, Agent Special Light High Speed sizes from
,
m.; The books were left at the school house, "I find Chamberlain's Stomach and A PLEAS1R FAMILY HOTEL 20 to 250 horse power. .
f and when the session was over the children Liver Tablets more beneficial than any

i -* ? were free to indulge in needed play other trouble remedy," says J.I P.ever Klote used, of for Edina stomach, Mo. St. Augustine, Florida Florida and Benj. W. Jerome,

EiiV: ,or_other recreation until an early bed For any disorder of the stomach, bilious Convenient to Union Depot .
STATE
time; when they went to sleep with their ness or constipation these Tablets are and all points of interest : : WesternHeats AGENT, ,

without a peer. For sale by Red Cross WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
,' brains unmnddled and untaxed with the Beutifidly Located tad Open An tite-Tear
PCS' lessons of the Their Pharmacy. .'
: morrow. studying RATES : I
Y State
. :{ time of some six hours and a half in BLACKSMITH SHOP. Also Agent for ; ::'
:: $1.50 and $2 00 per day.
a :. / school the recesses,, usually. amountingto Don't forget I do all kinds of black- Special rates to families HEW iOIDOI MOTOR COIPi&TS

#:* ::? about an..boar and'a bas -were not smith and wagon work, horse shoeing and permanent guests ::: of all Kinds
j and repairing. Gall and TWO CYCLE '
gun see me.J. MOTORS : :
i, ;-i" : :;; nearly BO trying to them as five and a D. ENSIS Titnsville Fla. i Mrs. C. Gould Proprietress i e < :,$.
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TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 3 to 12 h. p. Jump spark, up-to-date. ,

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'S\.WI' $ERBFLORIDl rows* of> cane'which-costs. very little. The fact. the Florida tomatoes. have been thirty years ago. Mr. Edison wouldn't Incredible Brutality. j .

cultivating of the tomatoes cultivates the shipped from this state to Liverpool and miss one of the reunions of the Old It would have been incredible brutality ".

; cane and what he makes off his tomatoes arrived. in good shape. We do not mean Time telegraphers for a small fortune. ifChas. F. Lemberger, of Syracuse, N. 1
.i The president of the association Is Y., had not done the beet he could for i '
i1 1EXCELS CUBA is clear-in other words, it is a side is to throw any 'mud' on theCuban 'grower -
>: John C. Barclay general manager of his suffering son. "My boy, he says,' : :
sue."Now and think that Cuba is a great republic the Western Union Telegraph company "cut a fearful gash over his eye, A I applied _

: ?'y. -" '-" with a great deal of admirationfor for sugar cane but not for fruits and veg- ; Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which I :
'iif1 and its chief electrical engineer. A .i
:!: 'Iprpi'tie,Best: Fruits and Yegeta- a paper which we know from long experience etables, but, if the transportation companies quarter of a century back Mr. Edison quickly healed it and saved his eye." '
Good for burns and ulcers 25c. ,
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has the interests of the still insist taking all the profits'for 1
V VVbJufoduCedIfl the World growersof on and Mr. Barclay worked side by side at Red Cross Pharmacy.

. :.r..;....., .. the United States thoroughly at heart, freight charges for products grown in In the operating room on the top floor
"'!,;' we have noticed your articles with refer our state, it may force us to set our pegs of the Western Union building. Weekly Weather Report. ..i .rO.8DKPAE.T1nCNTOll'A.GRICULTUREWUTJI.

'L VENTILATED' CARS HEEDED ence to the Cuban freight rate made by in Cuba and offer our trade an inferior W. C. Brown vice president of the i

h-1 "% 'j '_ .-l.-- J* the Florida East Coast Railway, and rate grade of fruit and vegetables and we may New 'York Central road, Is another Old IB BUREAU. 1. P

. :"(118:Florida! Freight Rate Should Be on. products on their own line. If Mr.J.R. possibly be so blinded as to try and make Tinier a telegraph who began operator.big business careeras JuriTEs, FLA., Sept. 19, 1905. j 1 f

; : Parrott, Vice-President of the F. E. C. R. them think it is just as good as the Flor Comparative statement of temperatures ;
:;+ ;1 Assistant Postmaster General P. V 1
;tj.n dllced lo'.Help the GrowerS. and J.; P. Beckwith, Traffic Manager of ida products, but at this writing we are De Graw is an enthusiastic Old Timer and rainfall for 1905 the week ending 1904 Tuesday y.

V r-- the road, can force the L. and N.' R. R., not willing to give opt Stars and Stripesof So Is Levi Weir president of the Ad- DATE. lUX. KIN. MAX. KIlt. .

: .) ", S. J.Sligh) &. Co., wholesale, fruit and the Atlantic Coast Line and the Southern the United States, or fail in behalf of ams Express company; also Robert C. Sept.., 13. 86 74 87 73 j. ..
: U. 81 76 87 7& :f
.. '. :'vegetable I shippers, with headquarters in Railway to co-operate with them in our fair state, 'Florida the Land of Flowers Clowry, president of the Western Un- 15. 82 72 87 74 t:

rk' '::7ackeQnvillg, is,reply to vii article in the cheap rates out of Cuba is it not. natural ,' which is known the world over for ion. T. C. Eckert now a retired multimillionaire 16. 86 75 86 76 I '

w :{ Fro t.n's* Guide, under the beading that they can do the same thing' for the the best oranges, pineapples and tomatoes. always attends the reun- "" 17.18. 89 00 17 77 85 84 72 71 V r z f

': "'Cuba, Now. Florida's Competitor," products raised in our state? Further. .'? ions. 19. 58 80 86 7t : '

; :takes i it- to ,task for drawing favorablecomparison more, will it be to their interest to kill George, Edwin Howard and Frank Total rainfall for the week. 0.24 in. 1
'fjJ: Gould are expert telegraphers. Unlikethe Departure rainfall for the week minus 2.03 f "
", f with the Cuban fruit and'veaetable'sagainst the.industry on their road? The prod OLD TIME OPERATORS. other members of the Old Timers, inches. .J

those of Florida. They ucts on the Florida east coast are direct they never earned a living from the Departure rainfall since> Jan. 1st,1 0Ct3 minas -:
; : Many of Them Graduated From the 1.81 inches. ; _
.J ,.'.,.r", ....,My', : competitors.with Cuba'and we should Key to the Millionaire Cla.. keyboard.Jay H. P. HARDIK .f" "

;. ,';:: !'.j thebeinning. of our article, we I I have an equal division for all vegetables. There was recently held In New Yorka Gould had an idea that a practical Official Charge. '4 '-.

"'" 3 wish to say that" we realize the advantages and pine apples grown on the east coast, convention of former telegraph oper knowledge of telegraphing was a .' -.!

14' :.ttiat :;(;tuba ,has over',Florida in freightiates I with Cuban rates, and, as heavy dealersof ators. These men formerly earned $12 valuable asset. He had his eldest son 1 k

., *, ,.but have you, Mr. Bracket, or oth- both tomatoes and pines from the east $15 and $20 a week. A few of them George, taught before he was out of his %

:::;m !business houses' interested in Cuban coast, we cannot help but believe that got $25. Now of the thousand who attended teens When Howard also hIs and second Frank son became, Edwin.old Throat Coughs J JA

't" ;products, ever stopped to compare the the officials of Florida East CoastRailwaywill the convention many are millionaires enough to enter upon business life the .

. 'olameof business out of Cuba with the yet do something in our behalf and and multimillionaires. Nearly
;il} \ first work they undertook was the tickling in the throat ; .i
1: '. : .r volume of business out of Florida? Cuba we expect quite a difference in freight in every one of them has attained success study of telegraphy. <
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k professions or business far separated hoarseness at rimes;adeep ;
has been'shipplng the 1906.
or two
the year
;rFk: for past year from the telegraphic keyboard. Alligators an Prf>.eDt.. breath irritates ittheseare
about 1,000,000 packages a year;; our "There is something else needed besides
1t- : These men have an organizationcalled Harry Stevens of Sanford Fla.. who ;
_ -> fair state has been shipping 10,000,000 tog the freight rate, and that is a decent ven- the Old Time Telegraphers and bas recently been visiting friends at features of a throat

: ;! '}:'12,000,000<<: packages a year, and 'we will tilated car that will carry our stuff Historical association. The recent con- Ashley, near Wllkesbarre Pa., brought cough. They're very deceptive 1

3 f :not for a moment admit that the CubaB through in good shape. We are satisfied vention was the twenty-fifth, and the with him from the south twelve novel and cough mix-

-- 3. tomato, pineapple, orange or grape f Ultf' that we have found this car which will members hailed from every state in the presents says the Philadelphia Press. i

'will compare, in any sense of the word, only cost the transportation lines an expense Union.. They are twelve small alligators and ture won't cure them. l' 'I
:, Few know that Recorder he has distributed them to Ashley You want something that
ia flavor, taste keeping quality, to the of about $75 per car to put them in persons ;
.ltr;: Goff of New York once was a tele- friends. The alligators are about a will heal the inflamed r if
It will
in Florida. use. not be necessary for them to
4 { ;:. product>> grown graph operator. He belongs to the Old foot long and Sanford caught them in -
' f ""Begardle of the largest tomato grower build new cars but simply to remodel the Timers. the Florida marshes. They often grow membranes, enrich the ,

1t on the east coast going to Cuba we will' old cars they have on hand. In our next So does Andrew Carnegie, who was to a length of seventeen or eighteenfeet blood and tone up the I ,

}i.J 'mention two growers, who had crops on article we will give-you a diagram of the. graduated from the job of fireman In a and when small are' worth $5 each. system .*. .*. ... /. t.
viz Mr. RY.Burr While they are all right now when they
theeast, coast. this year : car. small engine room ill'a Pennsylvaniatown "',
.....F ;whrf joined the Peter crop at Cutler and "We are compelled to agree with, Mr. to the telegraph office of a Pennsylvania are small, the friends who have received -

*&. && :lIr;1.-W Marshall, at .Fort Lauderdale. I Brackett, 'that something has to be done' railroad station. In the Inter- them are wondering what they will Scoffs Emulsion : I i
do with themwhen they large.
. :c :yegirdlee of the' high freight ,rate, we I Iifi' and we believe that our three lead roadsof vals of shoveling coal Mr. Carnegie grow is such
<; just a remedy.It .i.
learned The engine
acre of the state will wake to the telegraphy. room
earning ,
will I.pt1t the net per up emergen- Hen'a Neat In a Tree.A .
., these two crops against any crop of to- gency and give us what relief they can. was In the basement of the' telegraph hen owned by Mrs. George Earle has wonderful healing'.t J
station. He all of his
spent time
' t". "? 'matoea raised in Cuba last season. Furthermore "We could quote you hundreds of wires In the office upstairs. The operator spare In of Parliaman's Corners, near Middle- and nourishing power. I r.z.

i-Y} ; the cold wave killed the early from leading commission men, (say the charge took a fancy to the sturdy little town, N. Y.. recently distinguished Removes the cause of : _

'i! V> Vegetables on the east coast which was Liebhardt Commission Co. of Denver, for Scotch lad and taught him the myste- herself and brought fame to her owner the cough and the whole f
building nest In the branches of a
by a
." Z all in favor of Cuba. There ia one thing instance) as follows: 'Can you get Us a ries of the keyboard. When the opera high tree laying thirteen eggs In It and system is given new

': "%;w"wish to admit J there no grower ia ear of good Florida tomatoes? we are tiredof tor gave up his job he recommended hatching thirteen chickens which she strength and .*. .*. j
vigor
.Jith state of Florida who put more enerjqrjniod watery Cuban stock?* Can you get us Carnegie as' his successor. Mr. Carnegie broughtsafely to the ground without i

::0;' # ;; the bosiness more a good car of Florida pines we'are tired can still send and receive. MIddletown 0
looked after ; assistance, says a specialto &,,1 fir free Lamp!,
=2 ,;" .; than Mr. T. J. Peters, but do yon of handling rotten Cuban stock?' Thomas A. Edison got his first love the New York World. The hen -I
ff dosely
is that of electricity while working as a telegraph which Is a cross between a Leghorn SCOTT & BOWNE cbtmitt i.
; ;;know that Mr. Peters is now potting that "This proof we have the carry ,
i' i\ operator. Though he is almost
i :rc amount of energy in the raising,ofJga bur quality in tomatoes and pineapples, and a DomInick, constructed her nest 409.415 Pearl Street, New Yuri
k as deaf as a post now, be can still re of and small sticks, which she _
cane in Cuba? We understand that oar firm ships them to Seattle; Portland, grass SOt. tJ p.oo. AI baa lt. __ ; mj
transported to the tree in her bill, like

: "w 'f'K&fJU lit plants'ftf- "'a row. of tomatoes,between the Ore:,8an Francisco and Los Angeles In sound-coma. a crow. ,. '"..-.

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beeSrwritten"' their attendance !
nrging .m
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: tAlIIED IOIEY.. ,at,the'<.Settle gathering.; '; yIf.the.alt. I .
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...: ...( ''>*i ,-" .. "- 't inemben comply:with'this.frantic I'II'IS
,'''-'''' 0 '!i- "' ern #: '
: 7p; BUY MANUFACTURE
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<.x ;) "" ;;l)!;<" ,>- ',," .. ", r.", plea Tfor"assistanceJhe*forces' of thettwo [8 .;.F 4 : PAINTS FROM THE -
';-'' :t +''i4'J:;.i- .-.i .. ..
::; 4 &ton Gladden. ,' ;Or. fal'Ii0DllVlrllf;Ile;. a1n10etyetlpalIstrength { i ,-- '";' .
=CI"'f'""L-\Y,,, '" 'W.I-' '':''..... "- y. ,,-, <- -- rBut'to; :the dismay. .. of.:members It y.[hsrest aieaaiarbeaitbymovementof, the
'" 1' '- bmre1sSTuydayyon'reinorwmDe. Keep
j! .x Ealuns::Finish,.Fight, of prudential,committee not'a jewels op.nand lie wen. .Force, tIS the shape JOU of 11i
< ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,_ .., > Than any other house
f."""' ""-,.;, ,:;:;;:"'" ,,?, "v't', .. few commtssioner/'have"stated they violent payatlawrpill poiUB.il duproua. The i i: to
: smoothest,easiest,moet perfect way of keeping
: u.t ; :will, note go, 'west obi 'account?:Of 'the the bowels eleat_ and clean i>to takoCANDY ; -f in the World for first class. ,

/.Ot'E81'O ,DEFEAT'' 200KEFELLEB( great:distance to. Seattle and' because : -
tJ f: '," i high grade,
1-R" ;:'< 'i '''''' of :the incidental 'expenses. On: tbeOther 4.CATHARTICn Sold eithiJfor
Paints.
rf1 -' ,hand;, .the. .: Gladden clergymen, \ .
Sareaan Hurled at the Csstegx- -
<
1 who, are'among fhe;most enterprising use ,or in paste form,
Mlaadoaa' That 'ie.c .
4t tloaal'Board 01, -
cwt : In the Congregational church are said be Jhinned down.
to
.a.st the OU Kins' Glft-Doctriae i .
: to be more than'anDou3 to be presentand -
ir i? That: It Caaaat Scratlaise' Dona.doaa will be there without alL / X S\ Buy from the only

at: ., ;Would. ,Lea. 'to j'4eceptaac 4 paint> manufa turing housefF
:Devoured by:Worms \_
'From. Gamblers. ,',.-.C.Ut1atea- .. ,...- sl m the country selling
a Children often not from pain, but i A
cry
'EM
i ; Placing{ the American millionaire' who from hunger, althoqfch fed ,abundantly. CAT PalatablePotent.LIKE CANDY xxL, Do isJ fS/l/l direct from mills to user. .

:%r :baa. piled up:'wealth through,doubtful I The entire trouble arises from inanition, Gooc1-V.TU Sicken weakea }and J CXV-Vt/V All other Paint makers'
gambiers : .their food is not assimilated, but devoured 10 cents health.per box.Address Write for tree sample,and booklet -

'ltl ': ,and'' other lows: characters, Dr. by worms. A few doses of White's Cream' >pxUag OB Nlydp Co. say CItJcaat Or New York.433 depend on ,dealers for the sale of their paints.
Gladden'has hurled a sarcastic Vermifuge will cause them- to cease crying
[1k. 'r 'Washington ultimatum'at,tbe officials of..the and begin'to thrive, at, once, very KEEP YOUR BLOOD 'CLEW That means one heavy expense and one. profit that.

%M0' board,of commissioners: much to the surprise and joy of the mother we cut out of our business.
: American ,
'W ':. ,foreign missions,of)the Congregational 5old Gallic bv Pharmacy Red Cross, Eau Pharmacy Gallic, Fla.andEan Automatic Ticket Machine. We sell direct to the man that uses'p int.

church and it,is now'admitted: that the An Interesting application of the slot You may Chink i that you can do as well as we coulddo

!j:.. 'differences between_ the:,two 'factions WEATHER FORECAST TEST. principle has been made, In England

';".. will,.have to be 'settled. in Seattle, where the Lancashire and Yorkshire for you, if you should try .to buy a, certain brand of

!i i 'JVash., where'the board convenes: Limy of Expert 'Will Enter Lists railway has introduced. an' automatic paint that you thought well of, direct from the manu-

r Dr. Gladden's last statement has been For, a Prize of 100. ticket machine at a point where a facturer. But would make a mistake.

\ ... sent broadcast by the followers of the From Smith,of Roaring Bun, Va., to large number of tickets for a neighborIng you

peppery Columbus clergyman and the Bronson of the upper ,Saguenay, station are sold, says Harper's The manufacturer might take your money and sell

', hope.Is now.serlously held by the Glad- Thompson the trapper of Winnipeg; Weekly. The machine Is of simple you the paint, but he would take care to charge you as

den forces that they will be able to ppt construction and when the coin is
" of much for the if it from dealer. He
Devoe Hackensack, N. J., and Bodl- paint as you bought a
5, 'the opposition to utter rout at the,Seattle dropped Into the slot and a handle '
guez, the hermit of Berkeley,'Cal, the would put on that extra profit to "protect the dealer".
: f.1,. ,' meeting It Is,a fight to,the finish. pulled the ticket is dropped Into an ,

:.: t '" Dr. Gladden's_open,letter is directed .weather wise Six Hundred are at,last open receptacle. If the machine proves We have no salesmen or agents to increase the cost

, .r 7" to board members and is direct replyfi. to come Into their own says the New successful In operation It Is proposedto of our paints to the consumer.

to explanations and j arguments'already York Herald. For a prize of $100 they Install a'large number at suburban

) y \' ;. made by the Influential mem- will match their t systems or whateverit stations, not only with the purpose of We quote to the man that uses the paint the lowest

', -;: ; bets of the board and then supporting may be that they depend upon for.I relieving the ticket office, especially and best price, reserving,no margin to protect agents.

: : clergymen who say that the church their predictions. F. R. Fast, a lawyer during rush hours but to enable passengers We freight.
,1i:" without sin accept from pay
: money
may to their tickets
In New York has the purchase more
put up money
We advise about
" tfi;': such men as John Rockefeller. Their, speedily without waiting in a line at gladly our customers paints.
will Indirectly
" ;' chief contention was that in the absence and the.national government the window. It has been suggested Write for sample cards and paint advice, and blanksshowing

: 1t. : ,of proof money must be considered determine the winner. that a number of these machines could how to measure houses to show the quantity of

:: ,. untainted and that if there Is any They may scorn anything more sclen be employed at rapid transit or subway

,,- t1i; suspicion: about the honesty and Integrity tine than .a rooster's crow, their pet stations in the United.States with paint required. .

I" ; .of the donor of a gift Investigation corn may be the source of their confi- advantage. The English company considers Ask any first class business bouse or any bank in New Orleans, or .

". 'li!,t,' of general complaints of this nature dence, the deep burrowing of the hum that the automatic ticket ma- the mercantile agencies if we are responsible.

-< would be impracticable. ble angleworm may 4e their dependence chine will increase suburban traffic.

I ,. _The attitude of the pro-Rockefeller or as their rheumatism may be McWilliams Limited.
<;" faction was disposed of by' Dr. Gladden Absc *'. 11R.. ,
more or less acute they may predict
"I} In a sentence that will arouse the storm or.calm. It is all the same to Mr. Abscesses, with few exceptions, are indicative Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street.
Ire of men of wealth the country over.
; Fast'and to the gaining of the prize. of constipation or debility. W. Factories 1133, 1137, 1139, 1141 South Front Street.
"The gambler and prostitute have legal H. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss., writes 1I I
; To all the sharps he could hear of, I
New Orleans Louisiana
I title to their possessions," he Aug. 15, 902: "I want to say a word of ,

t writes, "but the board would not do and .they number ,at least 600, he has praise for Ballard's Snow Liniment. I ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint manufacturing house in con. ,
written forth the tetras of the
setting
/ well to welcome'donations from such a' stepped on a nail, which caused the cordsin tiauous successful operation under one management, south of Louisville ;
.. contest and inviting them to compete. my leg to contract and an abscess to
_,0' source. Many have already entered the lists, rise in my knee, and the doctor told me or St. Louis.Florida. ;
'I ... And he adds.that the church "is not
and as there is no expense involved except that I would hive a stiff leg! so one day
to be a partaker of the rewards of fei- a trifle of postage all are expected I went to J. F. Lord's drug store (who is -.
!
ws: iqulty." Dr. Gladden's statement follows .to now in Denver, Coin). He recommended .
participate.
: bottle of Snow Liniment. I cot t
aoOc
l i a Ti
From Oct. 15 to Nov. 15 will be the
; size and it cured leg. It is the
,: "I have received the statement of ''The my
C' period of the test sharps must "
Rivet liniment in the world. Sold by
issued by the prudential i
, "'I principles send their forecasts ;f" committee of the American board and East
: Coast
.. *
for the succeeding twenty-four hoursor macy, Eau Gallie, Fla. Railway1
in
? it seems to me radically'deect1ve
: for several days In advance if they
t these particulars
T4-;: t :. have confidence to warrant It. The pre-

L'' ;: "First-It does recognize the fact dictions'wUl be carefully tabulated and local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 11 It15.

M that, the board is simply the agent and at the end of the month will be compared CASTOR I ,

i1 / representative of the Congregational with the weather as officially re For Infant and Children. $OUTH-BOUND-MEAD DOWN. NORTH-BOUID-UAO UP.
churches that it is not
only dependent =
Wi ; the weather bu -
corded by government
:., on them for its resources, but that their reau. The Kind You Hare Always BoughtBears Re. 99,No. t9l STATIONS I No.78.!I No. $31Dally f
welfare be seriously affected by
t... may "I am something of an amateur farmer Dilly Call,. Dailj.
its action. The board is bound to consider theSignature '
It whether the' churches will be ," said Mr. Fast recently, "and have rtkfr OOp807p 9th LT _.__Jaz'kson't'me__.__ Ar Toop5p 8Ma .&
9 4Sa I __ __ .,
become greatly Interested in meteor S. Jacksonville LT 841a740a
f; crippled or hampered in their work by 613p1053a.StAuttstine. __ 5 50p 'Ii
the alliances whlth it forms and the ology. An old farmer can tell you cor- 653 P 1131 a: ...___H.1Stlnl: ___ 4 55 P 49a
: rectly whether there will be sun or rain 7 10 p 1150 a1; _-_.Eaai121Jp'Ar i'alatka_?._ 4 Sip 1 II a ,
:, policy which it adopts. We are members -
the next day. I want to find out now 735p823p _____hla\ka ...___ tT 410 p 600 aS3
}!) of one another; all our churches what the system of the outside sharpsIs 00O G H P II Z3 al!J.'t" ...?..__._-Paiatka __._ Ar 6 OOP S aIM
suffer the discredit of whatever ml8I The Most Valuable Sit of Yacht and Boat -
i if they have any. Building Books ewr Pabluhed.RUDDER 200i> ArSOOa'Lv ...?_........Sm.l\wo.__ LT aiopJiTp _. t= Y
takes are made by one great missionary 210 ...___.... ____. 815
"With most of them, I admit It o'0 P !>ui 11 tllO Ar P c
> organization, and the officers of
'. seems to be only instinct A grizzled c 7 5-iplJ32p i LT ..._....._....\eoga_..___ Lv S 50 a
that organization are bound to do nothing farmer will roll his quid to the other HOW-TO BOOKSOver 03 8 03pl:> 47 p _.-___-Bnnr.rlls.: ._.__ '. 344p 538a ?i t
__ which shall widen the chasm between 8 10 p 1: 5" p1 .. _.._._Dnl-IDl.__._ 3 a7 ,' S 29 a r*
J! the churches and those whom side of his mouth, peer at the clouds OCO boats have been built from the lines M j II' 1 26p, ...__._unll"J.d, ...__..__ SlOp 459a ..
and sniff the air. Maybe he'll rub his ) sailed InCVCry' Ova 853p90P 1 39 m.--..T>,,t..n.t.--- S 00 P 447a o
.; they are trying to reach. 'There is a responsibility printed in these books-Successfully Full detail 1 51 p, .' __..__Port brange_..__.__ liOp 4S a SID
bad knee or rheumatic elbow. Then clime and upon every sea- 2 15 Ar _.___. .__ 2 au
k- here of which no limit is drawing of all pans, showing what it is and t11 925p p, .New SIUY.la p 415aClOp .l
hell hem and haw bit and 'reckon -, -- -
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given in the statement under consider how to nuke it-Text extremely simple. .:C 10 21 a103Ja 3 Up Ar .._ ....'._.Lake H.-'"n ..........._. L't'U&P: : o
ation. It is the vital element In the we'll have a storm purty soon But a HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $60U O 355p l .. _._.........O.angti City...?...._. U&ip: Slip .i
c good many of the sharps have regular foot row ntboat Lark,erg to taiU.fre.....all In oa a.. 10 15 a 4 OOp ?._.Orange City Junitl.'n .....: .:. USOp3Wp 54Jp40J4
,,' whole discussion. i good 1* l1.t| boat for a lay to learn to*burin cm I.. n
systems and the contest will be profit twerp to- 93; p 2 2Spt LT ._Mew S-nrrna.............. LT CD
-r "Second.-The statement of Irresponsibility able as well as Interesting.." HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK JOOOp900a 61p| .....-?._._Ol\kllil1.._.......... .. I 1 54 p 33 a
.:: for the source from which donations iboal A vtt fine<.r boat Itch.wn.accreslul.Aer.verbuilt for afternoon MI!'njt or Vnocktn;tlovp about or otf fa 8 10 S.I! P 3 30p Ar _..__TUusF.Ho-........._-.. l_1 15 pl, 303&d 5 .

come Is tar too sweeping. It rig; full p..DI..J pi.IU'd"f completed hats -- -....__ Ar.SJ\nf..r.I..._.... ........ LrilO WaiOOO-; ..l.lAr

reverses the ethical principles which Strikes Hidden Rocks. HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP ...__. :10 00 a;Lvj'saoplLT ..._.?._.._.?.1uf.rd ........... |._1 9 00 A
Moat uccrtfful nc'Bi marhinp ever designed e prinwfaiiKT '
"i have governed the church from the earliest When ship of health strikes the in Au.em ,Aik*and Australia cur to build)fan tod -'-, -
f your 10 3J: _.._...__ Titn+nll...._... I.v I 1 15 p SOOa21Ja ;
; days. The gambler and the pros- hidden rocks of consumption, pneumonia to win w.1I.HOW 11 IHi4 l'91'1 .. ...._............(....oa _..._. h :1231p
'tltute have title their etc.:; are loot, if don't get TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH 0 1122: |.' 4 13 Pi _.___ _"'I\'kli"I;!_............... ..|l'230 |. 1II a
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; to possession Simple find practical "O""D'ow tocoutmctBlaood 11 *l 4 43p1: ..._..._._EvuGali*__..... .._. ''ll f.8 n:. I 4$a
t' but the board would not do well help from Dr. King's New Discovery for hull tor stew illj motor &feral vtUer plazaHOW b 12 U51M! pf, .. ___M.'Ibmtnte__ ?,..?_ ? 11 44a, 1 34a

,'. welcome donations Consumption. J. W. McKinnon, of'Talladejra TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA C 1251a1537p: _?...........-.JsolMbtl.lQ ???? .... |UUlal351allOljftJlJOOm: .
lo from such Springs, Ala., writes: "I had been fine .Ilarnnnl cniiambrat; good cabin nnUcn! ._ 1 391\1 6 29 PI .. .._._.M. Lin-in......... ........ .. fa
; sources. The church Is not to be a par- tailor; .uit.a il1lur*lia low..t.n, C. 1 a 6 4:> p) _??...?.--Furl I'krce.____ ". iiiMSa 53 pill '
: taker of the rewards of very ill with pneumonia, under the care HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA 2 ISa 7 (8pi! ____Tlb1o&l3..__._..._ ,. 9u3122p; ,
", Iniquity. of two doctors, but was setting no better clfTi-r hale MJin boat witi! moderate overhang ancunali 0 2 23 a! 7 12 p. _.._....__.Ekn_...._ ........._ .. 92?a imp
t' "Third.-The radical defect of the when I began to take Dr. Kinsr's Sew *.il plan ; 2 2*aj 17 17 ." .....__.__Jurgen. .___ 9 21 a 11 13 p
55CQ 2 39 7 28 Vj, _.._._..........h1utrt...._...._. .. I 9 Hall 04 V
{ committee's statement is, however Its Diseoverv. The first dose save relief, HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIEEasy 3Oiai7561', ., .. .. ....?., nobeS.utnd.: _....... .. 842al036pHS !
t.: evasion of the real question at issue. and one bottle cured me." Sure cure for lo begin..to ill I u.ld.r.binr;caa be b jilt wry straight r ".I'II;,j..ot eliDe the sloop craft or for cat a fig tat +J 3 27 a!. 8 It p' .. __ ...\vest Jupiter.? _.._. t al019tFuLaiMirUald. '[ '
A be fort sore throat, bronchitis, coughs and colds. CU 4 04 al| ( 1 p'1 ..._...West Palm Beach.B ._..- 7 (8" t UP"
plausible excuse may given HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA ( l 43.-.1 9 HP'' .". .__..._ .>jrnt"n_..........._ .. 72')a 918]P ,.,,.
accepting voluntary gifts from doubtful Guaranteed at Red Cross Pharmacy price complete] description of BOW to build s model;alw lia* w 4 42 a1 9 28 p.; ......? .........Dt-InIY".,,.._........... .. 7 Ida t 08 ] \II
but the question before 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free. >(skiff Wed 10..&lilt rno&is.PRICE O 6 37 a 10 ::11', _...?- ......._... 6 14 a 815 P| aS
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sources us 464 II 30 p: _?.._.._... Eanii............ ... 6 10ft5&8a 8 05 1
concerns the solicitation rather than $1. EACH 6 5Sal04Jp'6'ta'llU7p' .....?..........llallaiidnle...._?.?..,.. .. ; 754; .
the acceptance of gifts. There is For Over Sixty Tears. : : ......- LeinnQ City _.._..._ 5; 34 a 729
very Mrs. Winslow has PREPAID BY CXPMCSS ANYWHfRC II 33 a'1115 p Ar ....... _._ ....Yi.mj._.........._. LT 5; 25 a 720 III
little danger that donations will be Soothing Syrup Bound in cloth-GoIJ lettering;-Size of pag --I--- -
proffered to the board by persons with been used for over sixty years by millions 9 by 12 inches-Larwe, cicarly-dravko: plans. Dally i Dally
of mothers for their children while teething lx.
HOMESTEAD EXTENSION LIsta .
I
whom association would be compromising.
THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. : Sun.
with perfect success. It soothes the

." The only practical question Is child, softens the gums, allays all pain, 9 Mgniur STRICT New You. u. s. A -i. 4'.a _-......._ L: .. .._.___)11\11_ .._._._. 'r .......J
:: whether we shall seek out such persons cures wind colic, and is the best remedyfor Sfnd postal far Catalogue of Book /o II W a ........ A. ...?. .....? -1I..ml'allJAd.: ....-.. LT 1_._' J45p 5 OOP
f and solicit their co-operation. This diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor Yacktsmcn'f Library. I i

l Question the committee Ignores. This lit tie sufferer immediately. Sold by druggists .... .- No. 23Dally No 21'4o.19 No.'1-1 No. 15 ..e. r0'' No.'Ni.
t is the question upon which we must i in every part of the world. Tw enty. Sunday Sunday Sunday .Call) MAYPORT BRANCH "0. 18 SUJ'SU !

t1-: have the judgment of the church five cents a bottle. Be sine and ask for fa Sun Only | Onij. '[ Only ,Ex Sun; J Dal! ,.' 0"1'.1 I Oafy IJ IEIIia Dally

t f And I submit for the consideration of "Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing S 'rupn andtskp. 50 YEARS lOOp SUp 2 00 pi) 93la 9 00 a -.Jaekonvllw.......... A '3 "; lil822all61a
no other knd.; EXPERIENCE 808p40p G III P auHp!, 9 :joa: 9 OR a'Atl3a Ja.ck40'nt'ille..._. 111 P
s the corporate members and of all Congregationalists 6 n
240p1010a : plOT p
939al. PAbloBeach..._ "
r 'L. this resolution upon US p 7729p: 2 45 I' 10 15:>>a .....Atlantic Beach.._ .. 7'1'lit t)a 1120a605p1475p'
; 1 n. 1115 a 5Wp 4 S0 r
000p 7 4S 30oplU31)R10110a1": I p
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;' which I hope the sense of the board --- Mayport ? 730a1100a1145pIauPENINSULAR

1'; Ri. will be taken at the meeting at Seattle: I

I i' \ "Resolved. That the officers of thla BO- AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
".:= I; clety should neither solicit nor invite Totl'sPillsFOR
i'
; ;,_ donations to Its funds from persons whose
'' l gains are generally believed to have been TRADE MARKS Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S. Compaaj For
, g
: DESIGNS
made
; by methods morally reprehensible
1: :".' ; or socially Injurious." LIVER.A COPYRIGHTS Ac. HAVANA AND KEY
TORPID Anyone sending t sketch and description mar WEST.
: >i-- Officials of the Congregational church torpid liver deranges the whole. quickly Invention ucerura ts probably our catenUble.opinion free Communications whether an.

t i. .. are trying to muster enough votes at _system, and produces strict IT confidential. HsadbookonPatenta These Time TablasmmttteaevrrAlataU. hQ.the Umee at whIch trial
: .' the Seattle meeting to defeat the Gladden sent free. oldest agency for ecann&fpatenu. t .. but theIr arrival or departure ai Ch8e \..t&a&u4 CepaJ1
HEADACHE Patent taken through Mann nines
SICK; A Co. receive our 18 n 18 CoWpaD1 W bet hell gaausnlaat8
:: c. clique iptcial twttat without charge In thejfmtrkati rcapoosibleforany4alsyaoxatV OOaapgyopcsaalyllig tD.leti
Rheumatism
e L With this in view the members of 'Dyspepsia, Costiveness, SdtIUIk --- -

. .-': the board in the east who are the voters Sallow Skin and Piles. Effective June 3rd,. 1905, the schedule figures for the Mayport branch and Homestead
.
; There Is no better remedy for then A nandsomety Hhistrmted largest eft.colatton extension. now shown in time table So. 62 will be changed, additional trains
at the wumr 1. being Into i.it
epoch making' session toward put
of
? Klenuao
: TUTT'S any Terms.IS a service between Ja.ksonville and Mayport and the service
common diseases than DR. four months, i, Sold between Miami and
year | U newsdealer.
: by Homestead
.'tl'f;.:;; 'whom the anti-Gladdeu party LIVER PILLS, as a trial'Hill prove. being reduced to t lie tram. .a day each way, leaving Miami 8 a. m. and 1eturninr lean
,.r. : looks for the most solid support are Take No Substitute. HUM 8 Co.'" New York Homestead 1:00 p .u arriving Miami 2:30 p. m. For correct schedule see any qu of

...:... ; In receipt of totters which, have. Just BlueD Offloe.8tt f SU WMtUaxtoa. F. E. C.Ry.. for pw-kr t time-card or address the A. G. P. A.J. D.Babcer, .Augustint, Fy the,

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.-2' -":,.,'';."- ". : __;_,.., .': .C" '" '.- 'J,1;:",. .:;;.; .. .___.. ..t .. '0' . ...... .' -a supervision'snrR Its infancy
"c''-';,',:,:;,;,,,>/., ''-n.- ..". ..' '1. .;''',..;''''' '''"'f, _'.-.,, .' pb-eet ,of;establishing a scaje_of;price. Stetxle, ;who hMheadquarUw;,at: (IiieagoIt __ C<<*i Allow no one to deceive'yon I n'this. w

"i\3i*:l" :- (!''"Mt1'=' Jtl Ii'"!4..L... It[ .-.""u'.:agreed,_that'5:a day denaaiul-should, is estimated, that a thousand or All Counterfeits, ,' Imitations and !'Jus -goodj ra'") hut
be.thg minimum ages to.be' more' Presbyterian ministers preached
Experiments thai trifle frith and endanger health of 4 -
':); imurana'Cam ies. .. 4/oJemplQrers'.whomgbt call :upon sermons on: the labor. question the.day
ttenr'toler &:frtrikeg and$6 XdajPlncases : :Jbifants and ChOdreu Experience against. Experiment _
:.;, :'i eN 1miainceinleatigation 11'; by: a .. ; preceding Labor day.' This wa< arranged "- j' .
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",>.?- oe fthe h w,York'legislature; where the situation' appeared' par by -offering to furnish any

.':"...'.''1: "It arcougit; to-.-lignt V, 'sye-.. :ticulaijly desperate: It- was apparent preacher with a.'set of tracts dealIng i- What ,CASTORA! :
:,- ," 1:'..<._.-., ".,- : '-.;;ir ..1 .- from the'nature of,the dlacussloa thatthe with .various.aspects of the.labor ques ,
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:were tion. Electros were sent for ministersto
!: !; eaYe dealay In rtCastoria is harmless substitute for.'Ca.tor' Ofl Paregoric .:- '
+.. a ,
?1'g..., j-J i'piep r d;;to strike .If necessary to enforce -. 'USe In newspapers' posters to '
':- ..' irt- '-t"'tx.; 'tbetcon'panles'rr tlielr'demands.Suggestion Drops and Soothing Syrups. ..It'1s', Pleasant Itcontains .
-'t. -. ", r advertise the Labor day sermon Mr. .. '.'
-,- ,? .c similar t>,those r neither other Narcotic 't
... Opium, Morphine nor ,
: ''-i1; 'i- .. drys ; From. Mr Bryanln ,, Stelzle tells the Church Economist that '.
'l-already'''dosed .in :a: Labor day ,address at Omaha the workingman' Is feeling more. kindly substance. Its age is its guarantee. It 'destroys Worms : ::,;

1 ; Equitable. 'the.ThechairiuaVof I'William" J..Bryan:suggested- the establishment toward the church.'than was the case and allays,.Feverishnessv It cures. Diarrhoea and 'Vind. '::{
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: 'J:w", :": '. thefkrmstrong.and of,permanent state, boards of a few years ago. Colic. It relieves Teething;Troubles, cures Constipation -

.committee isMr, : arbitration, with power'to Investigate For a Chaiitauqua,Trust' and Flatulency. It the Food, regulates; the '---.'

I and report on ;"tabof; !troubleS., ''TbeI The Rev.' R. S. MacArthur (Baptist) ,Stomach and Bowels, gibing .healthy.and natural sleep.; 't

;:'Y ar c; .t ?Q/iarjes/ E. compulsory: investigation ofa labor of New York says that plans are now Ihe. Children's.Pariacea--TJ, Mother's Friend. 1.
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h trouble must be distinguished from the J" & .
{"ff ". H \lileS'acted as forming for a great Chautauqua trust 'I '. f
< '" chief compulsory enforcement of the findingof that will reduce and create a ,
expenses
",fffi-ii i. inquisitonOfficials of the ,the board. said Mr.Bryan.., "It is unity of religious and political teach- GENUINE .;CATORIA ALWAYS \ I
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far"more that
"f important the investigation .r'
On. MacArthur
:. k, ? > fW.York Life, ing. the whole Dr. :Bears' the of ,I. .
"< 'i ,- I shall be compulsorywben. either have Signature J
;;w z .,MutualMutual_ l. thinks that i Mr. Bryan'will the _' .
desires It than the
tth% barle feTHuehes.: Reserve,Mutual party: .that: finding support of the rellgi -p litic l party ;. <.'
: shall be binding, because public:opinIon after Roosevelt's reform have
iuenefiL 'and- the Metropolitah f'h measures
f e.
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wlll surely enforce a fair and Impartial -
Imrsthat'
r split the Republican party. He
Pbeen+put'onthestand.anddoselyints ; finding." '. s

: terrngatea'as:: .10 their jmethods of con-. the attacks on Rockefeller. have f .", ,1
New Temple of Labor. brought sympathy. ,
r r Mj:1: ducting business.. First It :was brought ., i
2l. 1tr'tAat Ili the> ,elections very few votes The Workingmen's Educational society ture. At all events, one Wi H. Skid- '

and that most .of laid the cornerstone of a new more, who says that-"you' can't follow. '
.:;{! are-sastiniperson ;. "
those east are proxies:Jield.by the pres- temple. of labor "In New York city on the Lord and face the devil at the same Tie Kind You lave Always Bought i 3

,: ff ?ideat 6f each-of: "the'companies so as to Labor day The ceremonies were preceded time," has .taken charge of the place 6 .

1i'hhsure.the:election of the ticket agreed by a parade through the neighjorhood ;- and announced that be would run. it as In Use For Over' 30 Years. : j s
"' ? by about 20,000 men. :The ,
.
ulpou.by the bona of directors.. 'Treas- plain ginmiiL : .'
is rooms me eumum COMPANY. MUMA few TOM*crrit i
tUPe _Cromwell of the:Mutual Life adYm1tted building to contain meeting rr *mm. i

.that; ;he. : nd. other-,officers:,had for various clubs'and trades unions a >
: j EDUCATIONAL I'
gymnasium and.a school for cblldren.Eight' .
it" ; .participated, rnnde'rWrlting syndi-
1&&; ;eate.n 'which sold'bonds ,to that institution :Hour Overtures Rejected. n I I
HeJthought there',was no Impropriety During.th@ convention of the United Fewer Children at Work -
;:t, : Do You Want to Know All About theFLORIDA
g. / ;.in these:.transactions. .Evi ence Typothetae.. .America' at Niagara A jump of 20 per cent in the attend- i

\ ; was .submitted, showing that the transferal Falls the officers of the International ance at. the, opening of the public

J .the Hyde stock! : in;.Equitable Typographical union'proposed. that the schools throughout the eastern part of j

: ,ttf.:11 omaVP Ryan for $2,500,000.had, Question of.an eight hour day be discussed Pennsylvania is credited to, the new EAST COAST OF ? .

{ :been'a b pna;& 'transa tlon. with ,a view to fnrre agreement factory law passed by the,last legisla
; The Typothetae red. absolutely ture. The law raised the below .
\; .::Mr} Cromwell, on being asked to explainr age .
to consider any proposition :what- which children must attend. school I Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Tracking and -
:,,:: :that' just iirhat. a' organized;syndicate ,is, .said ever, and this is taken to foreshadowa from thirteen. to fourteen years and'provides General,Farming? If so, subscribe for the........._ .
itwas, & plan by'bankto -
war between the printers and their that all who to work between '
go
ers inylte'large? investors to;come in FLORIDA
'l.-' ,, :and take a.portion.of the underwriting employers.. The Typothetae condemned the ages of fourteen and silt*n ,. EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.PRICE .
the use of the union label. must have a certificate from the schlol .<
because certain bonds can be bought I
n& Philadelphia Painters Strike. authorities. Even farmers are not allowed :. 25 CENTS PER ANNUM *
at a dower price if. taken In larger
'.R.: ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. SAMPLE COPY FREE.
to keep their children at home, .
:" blocks.. The syndicate merely places More than 2,000 painters of Philadelphia -
r and the demand for farm laborers has ADDRESS,
;i '.tbe.matter in the hands of-oneor. two i struck on Sept. 6 for increased
" } concerns and limits; the time and wages and shorter hours; greatly increased wages. The law is E. V. BLAOKJIAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA.
tl to have its in ,
; expected greatest effect
< 'method of selling? and'the giving of se- Mail Drivers on Strike.
the coal regions and factory'towns..
-' ', '\ ;Cllr 1 ty., The difference between what About 200 drivers mail wagons under i,

.;k,1, "g the; syndlcate managers have to pay private contract .for the New York Lehigh University Wins Big Suit. John Stetson University'\I
-
k .and'fiat91iey realize on the public postoffice went on strike ou' Sept. 7 for By virtue of the decision of the courtof

:Xt-""t:determines the profit higher pay.' By using automobiles and common, pleas in Philadelphia Le- 1
: : high university is to receive from the DE LAND, FLA 1
? :AtlantioConferenee.Broken.. strike breakers the. postmaster was ,

rtf\y. ."".All;:the' steamship lines, both ,British able to of avoid any delay* jn the trans years'Lehiph back Valley dividends Railroad company on railroad ten Affiliated With The University of Chicago (

.b' and "continental. have\broken away mission malls. ,: t'I
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stocks held. Under this decision all standards
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-The those of the of .1 I
from the North Atlantic conference are University Chicago.
: i, preferred stockholders are to receive Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago. I ;
1')--' 11:, and nre fterefore- free to act Independently -- I INDUSTRIALAlaska's I cumulative dividends to the amount of OP LAW this admitted '
: COLLEGE -Graduates of College are to practice law in Floridawithout ,
and
: regarding' passenger 70 per cent or $.'\5 a share the par examination.

: :; other ,.rateS.;: It is, authoritatively' value being $50. \ COLLEGE OP TECHNOLOGY-Mechanical. Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual
J..Vltt' rltatcd,however, that none of,the lines Gold Output Training courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment. .'
'tfRIII tyke rsp6nslblllty! of making Already; more than $15,000,000 of gold THREE JURORS CUREDOf COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banting in all its branches. Bookkeeping by best methods.

m-; any:'changes and that 'everything will from the Alaskan and Klondike gold Cholera Morbua with One Small Bottle Elective courses open in other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.

continue as.though the conference wasfttH'In fields has been deposited in the .treas- of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera. and PREPARATORY ACADEMY Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale Princeton :
,,!- exlstenC t at Washington and it is estimated Diarrhoea Remedy. Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges '
',;$.";" ; ury Mr. G. V. Fowler Hightower, Ala.,
... ANn .
NORMAL PRACTICE SCHOOL-i. Kindergarten in its own building. 2. Primary .
% that the. total will exceed $' ,OOOOOO.,
; Chin Boycott Subsiding. relates an'experit'nl'e he had while serving and Grammar School in separate. building. This School especially prepares Public Schoolteachers
t VA. dispatch 'from Consul General This gold will pass into circulation on a petit jury in a murder case at .

3W 'r[Rogers, Shanghalreported: that the promptly by the issuance of gold cer1tiflcates. Edwardsville,'county seat of Clebonrne MUSIC SCHOOL-A $10,000.00 pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building large faculty
,, Alabama. He Farsi "While thorough courses study.
against/American goods was there
: < }boycott- the Chicago to New York by Trolley. '. ate some fresh meat and some ART SCHOOL-Xew studio. Costly casts,models etc.
and that
f ;:'l ,apparently subsiding souse meat and it gave me cholera mor- Stetson has faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the University
a
A continuous trolley ride from Chicago -
f:. was pIfts:
\W northern trade opening bus in a very severe form. I was never of Chicago Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia) University of Pennsylvania, Bryn 2
;:: believed' by :officials in \3hington to New York and from Chicago to more sick in my life, and sent to the drug Mawr, Bucknell, University of Michigan,*Dennison and other Universities. There are over
{ .p ,that 'the. end of the anti-American Cincinnati predicted within a year as store for a certain cholera mixture, but $300,000.00 in buildings and equipment;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an endowed -
movement near, especially in view the result of an organization beaded by the druggist sent me a bottle of Chamber- library of over 13.000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings including stained
r w William S. Reed which has purchasedthe lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy glass windows 7 oil paintings a $10,000 00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus; 2
TaftCottoiv ,
; ,: jrf the visit Secretary, instead, paying that he had what I an enclosed athletic field, running track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, be-
'i Report Favorabie.government Chicago Electric Traction company sides swimming, golf rowing and other sports separate buildings for men and women; five
.,..1.' and will organize two others to fill in sent for, but that this medicine was so large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology Minerology and'Biology; several t I
$ .' .: cotton report for the gaps which now bar a continuousride. much better he would rather send it to large museums and shops; electric lights electric bells team heat, cement walks shell ..
,'f.! August shows an average condition of me in the fix I was in. I took one doseof roads;broad avenues. spacious campus. shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical and other
L '72.1 'compared with 84.1 for last it and was better in five minutes. The students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location u 'I'
and of 73. A Order For 16,000 Cars. second dose cured me entirely. Two fellow beautiful and healthful, and the expenses are low.

,; ",, r jear' :estimate. a.'
al> crop The to cost $16,000,000, were ordered by therennsyh'ania ner, and one small bottle cured the three LINCOLN HULLEY A. M. Ph. D. DeLand Fla
these figures. ,
; :. -t belles It based favorable on showing was railroad on Sept. 1. With of us." For sale by R+d Cross Pharmacy.OgBTORT. ,

.!-t .J'r ,, ::near Unexpectedly'to. bringing a panic on the New the exception of an order for 19,000 : _._.-.

cars placed by the same company in Nate Always B1ugIt8Ip&tm
ifti Yorkleichange! ; where prices dropped guru
;' .50 taints in a few minutes.. The expectation 1902' this Is the largest order ever dh"-.f-# 8BABARDAI

'i ... of the .average broker that given at one time'by a single railroad. of ,

"..G.'the; condition would be several points American Freight Rates Low. ,
-
:k-1""t lower than reported seems to indicate The Bureau of Manufacturers has ------J rLIN 3..E.:=:I.J"VJ""A Y. I

:fJl t "" 'that leaks from the agricultural department received reports from its agents abroad Chamberlain'sCOLIC.CHOLEEA

;: { \ have been effectually stopped showing that the average freight rate -FOIl'I

. ter" : English roads Is nearly 2 cents per
on AND
;
,f. Savannah Columbia Southern
ISJ e ton mile, compared with .5S of a' Pines J'
EarnsIMor ,
--mac .The Erie

The omcfal ,report" ;of the Erie railroad cent average in this rate country.' is 1.42 cents In Germany; In France the Diarrhea Remedy Richmond Washington, Baltimore. .:J.

f5 shows that the net gross earnings '
r
a cents, in Austria 1.16 cents and in New York .
1 t ht. hay*,increased $523,574-over the pre- ,1.55 Afew doses of this remedy will Philadelphia, :
. '. 1.30 cents. English
passen-
(/l Hungary
<<
of the
on account invariably cure an ordinary attack J
:
ee4 gjywut
:
: rates are 4 cents a mile and Ger-
ger
' :- in expeniea' of diarrhea. ;
? increase
, k, 'greater the proportionate net'ernlngl were $36,7A'ir man 3.08. Laborers In this country It has been used in nine epidemics TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. -
get from two to four times as muchas I of dysentery with perfect
, of the year ,is $-190ftt. ,-
The surplus
less.
.: : those on foreign roads. It appears I success. SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL
the see'r'
:S44"after paying dividends on that 40 per cent of the earnings of It can always be dependedupon ,

l ond. preferred. American roads goes to labor, while even in the more severe I
' -4 attacks of folio and
only 25 per cent goes to capital. In cramp cholera MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

: I_ LABQRttrike I England labor gets 27 per' cent !and It morbus.is equally successful for ...
In the
cent
capital 38 per Germany rammer diarrhea and cholera ONLY LINE .At

'. division is equal Infantum in children, and is the :
Breakers Form Union. means of saving the lives of many Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eans. I
4 : 'Emboldened by their experience Inc children each year.

,j the"atrike.breaking business and. looking ,, l[ RELIGIOUS I When reduced with water and .'
; ".forward .to further demands on sweetened it is pleasant to take. For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, orwrite I
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their services, a, secret.meeting of Puty Church Labor Day "Service. Every man of a family should to / i
sheriffs, policemen and others who anJJabal' keep this remedy in his home. A. 0. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., .., '.
the church
the efforts of
Through .
1 ggalaat union Boy it now. It 1D&11&Y8 life. Asst. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent.

k iSSStttfw In Cbf*f and *ri, or''pith' department of the Presbyterian PRICK lye LAMB SUB, fide.i JACKSONVILLE, FLA R ?'J 4
the &TOWed church. by the. BfTi c4r1c! c' ,

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:: ;' ThDIAHARIYBR. :;RIPPLIKGS .Mr.Tfathan Downey' : has. built : a finekitcben'to for sprains and brniee: It is: 'for i sale,by. Foreign Countries. ;?

.,3. 1 '-W ." .. 'Congregational' parsonage.Mrs. Red.Cfos9.Pharmacy. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
H .tW-i\; ; ,; --i. polite treatment and favorconsistent r '
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}ti t:11Ltt1Tko:: ,... { tIr' :Comspoadents. .. FindCOCOA. Rowland;'werei'pleasant'guests (.Hotel' i :BUBB'S' })m conservative CORRESPONDENTS banking granted.: :_ ter, **&t"i..c. 3

":E'; 1 r 1 '. i iiemst 'to.irite '" t frletoQ the early part,of this week. ,Railroad Commissioner R., Hudson Empire Trust Company N, Y., Florida .

t' ", ", .' .' 'o t., .,"" JIiOt.'i. t .Jfopt R. W ,Beaujean, of Melbourne Burr has .returned to Tallabasse' from Bank A Trust Company.Jacksonville
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3. .."tiift.7... J'. ,. : "r. + ,>,.;...' ", Beaeh,'spent Saturday: d Sunday herewith Deadwoud, S. D.,.where be attended the TITUSVILLE FLORIDA :
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,,j:.(' {: #, ".. : his children, Mr'Jaud Dire M. annual convention of railway. 'commissioners ----!

;f 1-:: .At' .," : School opened ,Monday.4 !th.a. very Beaojean." >*- ,- of the United States. After the '

rft '. _.t ; large":attendance.., A number of our people 'wen", ';-'to .adanced convention Mr. orrOok' ,quite an ex PENNEY & BRANNING t

:V_ : __ : ,r;James Boyle is :painting.the real Cocoa' Tuesday night -CaptSam tended trip through the northwest.-When .

;;:.;' 'f ,x .4ehce of Mr. S. F; Travis.. Martin took them in'hia' launch,. asked about,the dispatches from Dead =Jr Jt=Jr=>r=Jt=Jt=Jt=J ..:=Jt=Jr=r=Jr=r=Jr=Jr=Jt=Jt=1r=Jt;=Jr=J /-JJ ".

1Jfr "' :Miss Flossie Taylor,,.-il! leave ,Monday Dreamer._ ". wood regarding statements of Mr. Walter

;3, ;]: t ';ifforMimV: ..J ere'lhe.-i1l be'a teacher., in '.;Mr. Geo. G. Gleason of St. 'Angustinewas ; D. Hines; as to the Louisville Florida*;Nashville The Clothierse

v ff :the public school this term in Melbourne business last week .Railroad properties .he said: .Up-to-Date
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"All I hue So say'regarding: the incident
f. with baking hands with old friends who hay
.: Littlejtfaster. 'Heaton. ;, 'hiss littleIriends is that I stated nothing but the facts
celebrated his fifth Jwrthday with always a welcome for him.
and have nothing to retract, but I was "
: ice cream and cake on Thursday I last.. Wanted:Some one to build cottages for !
I., not correctly reported;.I never gave exyression :::: Iii ;;;and Furnishers
: Boys' =
The, 'Courtney and Cocoa 'Juniors, rent in.Melbourne.. The demand is snow to a single word that was!, un

f 'played a.lively of hall on Saturday great.. Good prices willingly paid' for '
game. parliamentary; and the words 'liar';and TITUSVILLE, FLA.SCHLOSSBROS' '
Afternoon which resulted in a score of li4o & furnished cottages or'rooms. manufacture." II
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'pei jurer' were purely a ''s"" ,
iMr. = = C r r r r r- r-
, \ 6 in favor'of Cocoa." .-Bailey- bas moved his interestingfawiIy .
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opera bouse the from Eau Gallie.to. the turpentine s_..
: The dance, at the by ,
'; 'Wise Guys Club on Tuesday evening farm.at South. Melbourne. We. extend S. A. Read, Cisco, Tex.,.writes, March / Swell Beady-Made Clothing m

:' was well,attended though the .evening a welcome to these pleasant people. 11, 1901: "My wrist was sprained so S rn $10 to $18
badly by a fall that r 'was very warm. The Titnsville orchestra ';)1;. and Mrs. Claude Edge and little after using several remedies that failed to = rI' :'
famished excellent music Those present :: give relief, used BaHard'sSno1 Linimentand
son spent Sunday in town visiting rela S ;i SCHWAB CLOTHING CO.
tad a pleasant time and dancing was keptop' lives. Capt. A. J. Goode took them was cared. I earnestly recommendit
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.' .' to any one<< suffering from sprains. Beady-Made Clothing for Boys
until a late hour 'i
home Eau Gallie ip "f;
to evening
Sunday Sold by Red Cross: Pharmacy and Eau .
e ,: Eau Gallie ; $1.50 tO $10 -
s his launch. Gallie Pharmacy, FlayOCHESHACHEE aU sizes
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w."' I Last Saturday night one of the,pleaa- === =l

' : Mr"Swinson of Sharpes, spent Sundayvtith i antest'hops of the season was enjoyed in .. DEAD. r KNOX, STETSON andHOUSEK

his brother at Bonaventnre. t I Hotel Carleton. Prof. Koerger. of In- Ocheshachee, one of the oldest Seminoles HATS

r'- Mr..ani ,Mrs.. Williams of Sharoes, dianola furnished the music. The ladies in the Everglades is dead. He was $1.50 to'$5

spent,Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. James furnished cool refreshments. About fifty better known amongst the white people b

Th Boyle. guests were present.. EaG lhe was as Old Doctor, and was a typical Indianin cs =J'T!

A : Mr. Perkins, of 'heltJJerald'&offn, : well represented. every way; and ranked high in the CLAPP'S andCROSSEITS
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t Co.,Jacksonville,'was in town Tuesday ; i iI M.... C. J. F. Campbell and Master councils of the Seminoles. FINE SHOES

4 on business. I Frazier retnrne t home Wednesday night Old Doctor' was well known by a large .S tJ: $3 to $6 50 "
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r r Mr. and Mrs. Zack Dixon of City I after spending three pleasant months number of white' people'.aW his many' =t=r-5'
{+'' visiting interesting western cities friends will regret to hear of his death. .
"Joint, spent Sunday with Mr. R. E. I many ; 5cHrmroo. "QUEEN QUALITY"
There C w'of the old Semin- ca
Cincinnati'nd are only a
Kry making short in
,Jlim's family at Bonaveutnre. i a stay i
'Tenn. also in Jacksonville ales now living in the Everglades, which tl Fine Shoes for Ladies
i Jewanee Fine ClothesMd erg
Mrs. Hams and little daughter, of Cour-
I They both look well and report a grand Has been their principal place of living BAL1'1MORZ ...d NEW rover J $2.50 to $3.50
cenay, were visiting at the home of Mr. t .]
r time while since the days of Ahsseeyohola, Osceola,
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-'stnd'Mrs. J. B. Bower, on Saturday. away. t=Jt=Jt=Jr=J = = == = =
and
the great chief warrior.
These brand are recognized leaden it stile,fit and finlib. Sold only bjr I.eq
r The Indian River pavilion presented a.. Good advice to women. If you want a Among thoae who can relate the histo.

, G= Petty picture, friday'evening upon the beautiful complexion 'clear akin, bright ry of the years from 1837- to 1858, there THE LARGEST, Ur-To-DATE CLOTHING HOUSE ON EAST COAST OFFLOBIOA. ,.it

, 'occasion of the ice cream social, given by eyes,red lips,good health,take Hollieter's are old Tallahaskee of Cow Creek, old Complete line of everything that men aiM boys wear -

f,: ;_} '' .' the Ladies Aid\ society. The affair ws Rocky it.Mountain 35 cents Tea.tea There or tablets.is nothinglike Ask Nemathbe, of Big Cypress and old Billy We sell the best that money can bay ..
} snccesefol and well of Miami village. the ,
During
deservedly .was pat- druggist Barney,
your All goods marked in plain figures, strictly one price to all
,.- ionized and 'added the sum of $15 'to past four or five years four of the oldest
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'' the Ladies Aid fund. KLONDIKE.The have died, John Jumper, of.New River M.4.L ORDERS A SPEOJALTY

r .. : rain has at last let up much to Tommy Tiger, of Miami river, Hotalke- : "C

3 $ ,.' Rheumatism, gout, backache, acid I the delight of Klondikera. yohola of Big Cypress and Oebeeaachee, ;,:-,
poison are results kidney trouble. Hoilister's -
.: Rocky Mountain Tea goes direct. Mr. Eli C. Walker, a prominent resident of Miami River. 'SCREENS

ly to the seat of the disease aud cures of Quay was calling on friends here Old Doctor was about six feet and four

.' .. where all else fails. 35 cents. Ask your last week. inches tall, and would weigh about 170

\-6 .druggist i i Mrs. Jones and two children Mannela to 130 pounds-and in. carriage was erect For doors and windows

F and little Bloxham visit and straight as an arrow.
to
BAD GALLIC. expect Titus- .
His features were above the covered with wire. '
vile! next week.. average any ..
;; The gale season and no gale so far. and he was very intelligent and enjoyeda
Mr. John Brown has moved in on the
Water in the Eau Gallie river is still quiet conversation inter.
river to truck this season, We hearbe"skeeta" taking a great EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., ,
eat in the future welfare of Seminoles.
& high.
fiery
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have made him
regret going. Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.
The Lawrence Orr is again in the waters
Mr. John Lofton and family have Eau Gallie Florida. .
1 of Indian River. ..
moved out on the Billie Smith place and .
r. The steamer Canaveral'Jeft for Lake are busy planting a fall garden for market -
Worth on business this week. J.B.WALKER. H.B, MiCE.

A twelve foot .alligator sporting ioEau .Messrs. T. L. Paine and Phil O'Brien, ADers JOHN R. WALKER & CO., '

l Gallie's harbor this week. '
St Lucie were out prospecting the first I

' -t = Mrs. Burns, of Canaveral was the guest of the week. This was Mr. O'Brien'sfirst Titusville Fla.. .

of Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson on s nday. visit here. Sometimes
the hair is not
Launch owners will now be obliged to The orange crop in this vicinity will properly nourished. It suffers

comply with the license lawn part. be about the same as last year. All the for food, starves. Then it DRY GOODS ,

Inquiries for rooms board and cotta groves are young! and do not put on a falls out, turns prematurely ,

g@s are now coming in from our northern full crop each year. .
a gray. Ayer's Hair'Vigor is a
friends. Judge Jones was here last week. This

The ice factory is running at its full was his first visit in over a year. He left CLOTHING

L 1j capacity ands out some of the. finest Saturday for Fort Pierce to hold the initial Hair Vigor }

r. ..ice'on. the coast. term of the circuit court of St. Lucie
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.\ Chadwick: Bros. large schooner has county., hair'food. It feeds, nourishes. GENTS' FURNISHINGS ,

VIf. been fittea with a new spar. The 'work The truck. gardeners are getting,ready The hair stops falling grows ,

3 t;'::.: was done in Eau Gallie. to plant. Jones and son are planting long and heavy, and all dan- I-.v h }

Faddison is with tomatoes, egg plants arid cucumbers. SHOES
:t: Forson now engaged druff disappears."My .
fr.. > the E. C. L. &; S. Co. at this point. Wet Messrs. Hall and Weeks have their hair -
: WM coming out terribly hi'll' j
.are pleased so see him with us again. ground ready to plant beans on the first almost afraid to comb It. Bur Ayer'f Hair
r of next month. Vigor promptly stowed the fulling, ud also
'- Slight alterations are being made to IWtorad MES.the natural E.G. K.rolor.\\ARD" ,Landing,N.J.. S
school increased Mark Hayden, a colored man, in the 1.011 MILLINERY} 5-- 3 3FURNITUREI
; r our high building, giving a bottift. J.C.4 TCE CO.
&.. J. accommodations to the teachers employ of Jones & Son, found a fine All dr"CI,. for *-L weH. M..... .

;t- dtad pupil C. G. Redstone is doing the. warm of bees in an orange tree l last : _

v ,work. week. They were put into the quarters. Poor Hair

fixed for the bees Mr. Norwood was to
-. !t. The young people who attended the
send your scribe and seem-to be content-
r dance at the Vleton, in Melbourne, on
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t ed. Even the bees know a good place. NOTICE OF ELECTION.
t Saturday evening, report, a most enjoyable
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nr. ried the party down and back. Statistics show startling mortality from forth Town of TitoiTllle. We want your patronage.Our .

.. tF A Mrs. Treutler returned from a summer appendicitis and peritonitis. To prevent An election {3 hereby ordered to be held atthe aim is
in last week. She and cure these awful diseases there is just court house in Titoaville Brevard county, t9 please YOU
Ing Chicago reports one reliable remedy Dr. King's New Life Florida, on Monday,the 23rd day of October,
x L her slater as being under she'weather.. Pills. M.?Flannery of 14 Custom House 805, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p. m. New, Up.to.DateGoodslnevery -

A- With her usual kindness the little ones place, Chicago, says: "They have no to A elect-Mayor, Line. -

four town were remembered. equal for constipation and biliousness." A Marshal and Collector of Taxes
: 25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy. A Clerk and o
Letters from Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Randall I An AseeesoT of Treasurer Taxes, Mail orders receive prompt and .

!: of Boston, announce their arrival i Three Aldermen to serve two yean.

.. ia Eaa Gallie some time this winter season The following person are appointed judges _- SW- careful attention.
of said election: A.J.Sembler,M. E. English,
X +: c .. Mr. Randall, owing to illness .in tTN Charles Fulton; Will H. Hall clerk of elec-
the family, missed his usual trip to the intto dm. eod tion.' E. E. BOLLIKS, JOIINR. WALKER & CO !
Mayor.. Titnsiille PlIt =
".south last winter .. e TitUaviller., ep&.1Jth, 1m' ; ,
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