Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: April 11, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00621
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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't... :.. .. >. C CURRENTL1TERLTUE.{ { I ,just form issued a part by,'of', -the the Scribners.,delightful- though volume it 8 SUNDAYBULLIIGRTIT4UIRES ij J LINYSAY&MORGAN, .

'heretofore'published. _
? \ \ 'Includes ,many poems not
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: Comment on Some of the Most Not. The \"erses'range from the Jarlingo, Premier Matador, Is Forever Reli Dealers in Reli E

f/ :, *, , abl, Spring Offering daintiest poetical conceits to themes of Disabled By infuriated Animal He 0

\.1 -: {Special Correspondence.] 'simple'th ogl profound poetic import

: ,:: z.'- \ Boston, April 8.-The critics have discovered Was Tormenting-Americans Present r

t, l or'think. 'they have, a new literary FOUND WANDERING IN WOODS. ''I Cheered.El We have the largest and most select line of Furniture and Carpets, Mattings and

<'i t: star of the first magnitude. This in large quantities, which enables as to
: Over Shades in the city. Our goods are bought
': ;; Is George Douglas-his name outside ofliterature Aged. Lady Becomes Crazy Paso, TeL, March 31.-'l'he usual than city
: lower Can positively sell better goodd:: at lower prices any
: is George Douglas Brown- Death of Sister. Sunday bull fight at Juarez, Mexico, get you ..

t ;:"" ': . the author: of "The House With the Decatur, Ala., March 29.-A well was accompanied by a somewhat unusual in this section.

',J/ :' < Green Shutters." He Is a young dressed elderly woman was picked up feature, the goaded -nimal turn- :

:. :: ;:,'-"' Scotchman was educated at Glasgow at 9 o'clock last night wandering in ing the tables on the matador. Sev- J

:t/: 1- and Oxford universities, has tramped the woods near here, having been out eral bulls had been brought into the Baby Carriages
' k through France, Switzerland and Italy for hours in the severe hail and rain- arena but the amusement they fur-

r '. and his present abiding place is London storm. nished was rather tame from a Mexi- fl' '\ A -\SD-

t*. where he is being dined and wined The woman was in a demented con- can standpoint. There were many

tfl a. as the literary lion of the day. He is dition and wanted to kill herself. It Americans among the spectators, who

1=::1' hailed as a second Balzac, though it was ascertained the lady is a sistei were somewhat disgusted with the bOff, ,, Go Carts.

I. ,<'t .,. ' will take ,something more than "The of L. B. Shelton, of Birmingham, Ala., brutal show, as horse after horse was '

r1: v House With the Green Shutters" to and aunt of Dr. Fred D. Lack, of Say- gored by the tormented bulls, while rrSr a Iii

.- 4 give him full warrant to bear that title. reton, near Birmingham. She wantedto the picadors and matadors escaped ,, ., II1 ri Over 50 new designs in stock to seteetfrom.
i P ; \ However his :story Is indorsed by drown herself in the river and was scathless. : --=- __, 'I .

;d{ l Andrew Lang, which counts far much half dead from exposure. From the This was all changed when Jarligo .

Ie i: ,}l s._: i 1 In literary London. Indeed he was discovered lady's incoherent talk she seems to the premier matador, was preparing to t, i .. nt Reclining Go Carts, rubber tired wheels

r''r-i} ',: :' by Lang who not only gave have been crazed by the recent deathof thrust his long, double-edged sword into 'c and parasols, From 8.00 up.

{: the book a review that stated the other her sister at Gainesville, Fla. She the heart of the fifth I bull which /' Nice Carriages, upholstered in fine cor* .

i fA J reviewers on the track but looked came here yesterday afternoon.If had faced him. It stood in the centerof $10.00. 1
durnya, .
author and him a '
i the
t to" 1 up young gave the arena, bleeding from many
i '. j I s dinner at which the most prominent troubled by a weak digestion! IOFS of wounds. Suddenly the bull made a When you need Carriage or''Go aut,

of England were appetite, or constipation, try a few dosesof and will eeBd .
j / I literary people present So ffo.Tl8 write us, stating price, we
quick lunge for the fighter. un
I. So George Douglas. hitherto unknown Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver Tablet .1 I
expected was the attack that the fighter
tN. Every box warranted. For sale
l is the fashion.
to fame, now
I' i : "The House With the Green Shut by Wilson & Son. was unable to make the customaryside Solid Oak Bedroom Suits ......... .......p.......... ........................ 115 00

11 ;r tees Is a story of life in a Scotch vil East Seen Near Sandtown. step. He was caught on the bull's Solid Oak Sideboard. Swell Front, French Mirror.................... 15 00

If'1 ; ;.. lage. It is written in a dialect so Atlanta, March 31.-R. H. East, the horns in the middle of the body and Solid Oak Dining Table, 6 feet long......... .... ........................ 5 00

t tossed about like a toy balloon. Beforehe .. ........... 5 00
1'I- 1 ;! broadly Scotch that one needs a gloseary convict who escaped from the Atlanta Solid Oak Cane Seat Dining Chairs-Set. .. ... .. ...

J-" i ,.::d to Interpret it. There Is not a lovII federal prison, was seen on Riverside, could be reached, Jarligo's cloth Beautiful Linen Shade, with Fringe...... ........... ... .............. .. 50-
from hid
i j .:* able type In the whole book. There Is the farm of J. J. Campbell, who lives!! ing body was and literally his right stripped leg and hip werd Nice Matting, new figures, per yard.......... .. ...... ....... ..... ....... ;:0jJit"See

a no romance, no Idealism not even love. near Sandtown, the day after his es- our ad. in Savannah Press and News.
lacerated. It will
severely probably
II I In It, except the affection of a weak
c- and worthless cape. East was apparently makingfor prove his last bullfight, as it is not 112 St. West SAVANNAH GA. i
mother for dissolute Broughton
1, i{ a the west, as Mr. Campbell's farmis I IEi.'BRlil'Y
\ sullen thought that he will be able to step
son. It depicts hate stupid
r{ located on the Chattahoochee.Seven .
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and selfishness. 'there is into the arena again as a matador.As .
r pride gross
i.: "f.'* not a redeeming trait in any of its the bull tossed the man highin : & BRO. I

Negroes Drowned. the air, receiving his body on its ,
.. characters. The lesson of the story is i
Ala. March
Florence, 31.-During
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horns only to again toss it the
; t to hate and despise all mankind. There up

'' I i Is no excuse for the book except its art.I'I the late high waters, and heavy rains Americans among the spectators GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We

: I : and this it unquestionably possesses. in this state the home of Pal: Rahen, cheered the animal loudly, which called .

Though we turn with xdisgust from the a negro, about 3 miles from the city, forth a storm of hisses from the handle produce of all kinds. We are agents fur )!aI'l'S' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
I' was swept away and seven of his family Mexicans and for time it in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers.. Write us far price a
t\ ugly and revolting pictures that the author present a
drowned. Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO.,TlTUSVILlE FI.&.
must admit looked as though there would be a
graphically paints, we
f i d ._ .
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j! '. r that it is a strongly written book. collision between the two races.

: ., There Is about it a certain fascination Stabbed To Death. GEO. N. HATCH : : : :
Birmingham, Ala., March 29.-At TAX ASs-sE-sisOli'S NOTICE. ,
J which compels the attention of the' ,
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'r : 't. reader from Its apparently Inconsequent Coalburg mines Will Johnson, a negro I will be at the following places for the purpose Dealer in

,;' If. beginning to its tragic end. convict, was stabbed. death and assessing taxes for the year 1902: -_ General Merchandise,

'. Jim Montgomery, another negro convict Titusville-Monday, April 14th.LaGran --- -- --- - --
e -- --- -- --
1 ;. 1i Perhaps the most unique of spring is charged with the crime.A ;;e-Wnlnesday, April 16th. consisting of everything'""
Haulover-Friday. April I8th. usually kept in a ROCKLEDGE, FLA.
I, :..t literary offerings Is "Melomaniacs," by Doctor's Bad Flight. Canaveral-Tuesday. April 22d. F.Nt..1a.,..." vner"I ator*>..... - - - .- .
James Huneker. author of "Mezzotints "Two J. F. WOOTEN.CpSITORI.EI. -
result of
years ago, as a a severe .
r. .;: In Modern Music and a critic of re<-, coM, I lost my voice," writes Dr. :M. L. - ---- -

oguized standing. As a critic Mr. IIuncker SMrbrough, of Hebron, Ohn; "then began :: DR. MOFFETT'STTEETMING

- : ': is to be taken seriously. He an obstinate cough. Every remedy Bears the Haw Always Bought

t .':e' brings to the seat of judgment great known to me as a practicing.physician for Signature GI-. #- I
t' : ::" learning both musical and literary, and ;Jo: years, failed, and I daily grew \\orse.! of

i renders his awards In language that isc' Being urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery .
I for consumption, coughs and colds,
luminous and forceful. In lelolllani.J
: I found quick relief, and for the last:) ten State Treasury Collections. I
j acs," however he throws to the winds days have felt better than for two years." Montgomery, Ala., March 31.-The ( POWDERS?)

f:,. \;. the dignity which doth hedge about the I'oaituely.guaranteed for throat and lung collections at the state treasury since Cures Cholera-Infantum, Diarrhoea.Dysentery and the BowelTreubles of Children'

'. 1- troubles: by J. B. Screven. 50c. and $100. Oct. 1, the beginning of the fiscal year Any Age. Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels, Strengthens the Child and MAKES
Trial bottles free.Falls TEETHING EASY. Cures Eruptions and Sores. Colic. Hives and Thrush. Removesand
r. have been $2,300,000, using round num. prevents Worms. TEETHINA Counteracts and Overcomes the Effects of the
1r >! Summer's heat upon Teething Children, and costs only 25 cents at Druggists or
which is far in of
'It Down Mine Shaft. excess any mall 25 cents to C. J. MOR ETT. M. D.. St. Louis Mo. I
4 previous record. The treasury cash is
Gold Hill N. C. March 31. - .
now over $.700.000. and the auditor'sciYKp
t Vanderburg, a resident of this place, Georgian Suicides at Pine Bluff.
ectirvies::: that by tae close of
f. the country around which is honeycombed Pine Bluff, Ark., March 31.-T. A.
the fiscal year even the old book deficit I
... ... with mine shafts Saturday Tench, of Harmony Grove Ga., was I r uRINA
over which the factions have dis .Y'
night missed his way and fell in an found dead in a room in the Pacific I]
will have
yAI puted so Ions disappeared, 'I
"i'i hotel Saturday night. Near him
\ abandoned shaft. Luckily it was a was
and there will be an undisputed cash I is er.y sold in
." small one, 50 feet in depth, and with a bottle of morphine and a book in' V
hand. The school
surplus on common
.e' 6r I only a foot or two of water. Vander people are already planning to call for which he had scrawled "I am T. A 3::JL: ; like this

9 burg fell clear to the bottom and yet Tench, of Harmony Grove, Ga." The
h another $100,000 when the legislature
escaped with a broken hip and a score meets. deceased appears to be about 35'years )! !

I of bruises. old. A brother at Jefferson, Ga., and ,

+ The Beat Blood Purifier. one at Harmony Grove have been no I !b fed/ : that I.

Chronic Bronchitis Cured. I The blood i* constantly heinz purified tified. The coi'oner's jury returned a ,
Mates I
"For ten years 1 had chronic bronchitis by the lung; liver acid kidnnyt. Keep verdict of. suiciustimulate ,.. i upind J., tw I
?o bad that at times I could net speak these organ in a healthy condition and --- -- - -- -- - feed bids ,., ,KrLi ,. I

above a whisper," writes Mr. Joseph: the bowels regular, and you will have no :. LL5 I I3OWh1 i il

Hw : i Coffman, Montmoienci: Ind. "I tried need of a Mood j>miri*'r. For ti.ispm- a* iArJf9 eta l

.I r.'.. I all remedies available, but \\ithnosuc- pote there is nothill zz equal} to Chaniber- rutt's P is I
. l't':'s. Fortunately my employer suggested lain'fc Stomach and Liver Tablets: ; one II

(I'v' ..t J that I try Foley's Honey and Tar. Its dose of them will do 'von mono K"od I thana _y, I

1 ., j t'flectas almost rriracuoii! ami I am dollar brittle of the ht't l blond }purifier. I r
". now cured of the disease. On my recommendation Price 2;; vents !Samples: free at Wilton & the TORPID LIVER, i ra 1
.c,, III" .. I yi yii many people haw used Fo- Still's drug; ,tore.Georgia. the digestive organ,, : Ferry,, h i;
; Seeds a.a ;
I. ley's Honey and Tar, and always with leg ,, e" the bowels, and are ur.ItiERONE oq !'
> satisfaction." For hale by Wilson& Sun.World's .: _;: : 1 ;: foG good or ops good
:4 's t t'v I, Boy Pardoned. Crops water l1.unt ':US'
' t to i ,'--. Q" turners-so eat'b sear\ WI::
I ; !.0"15
:; Washington April 1.-':"The presidenthas ;,-!!st I
y-si I crops and customers 1.111.If
: Conference Y. M. C. A. uenied twelve applications for par i1.rr.m.ri. distracts i t'irtues: are I grown greater. ILAt-i t t.e

r." '. New York, March 31.-The world's don and granted clemency in six cases. .... rlCOg:,'IZ';.1', y') :,\j' :'USB.53:!! I secret of the Ferr> fa' '. I
: .' conference -s.r: ;TojH.rtles in freeing; the More i"errY'1j See'l" It i iaao
It :, the Young Men's Christian :, .. I I
3 Samuel Smith a boy convicted of ,
\i f"sm i.i.Lolson.: Ek'; .' l"i y i towu than! d.
r'i: TITLE PAGE ILLUSTRATION FOR THESIELOMAX1ACS. : association which meets once every stealing postage stamps in the northern ..' .J;: ,.,1. : kind Sold hy Hi. i j.,a-
h'; i" four years, will be held this I, : ,5_ ," 1JQ: .Secd.-lnrau /> tt41:.,
year : (
district! of Georgia;: and serving a ....,--t. J '. ro--__ .
iI J and those who take the book in Christiania, Norway from Aug. 20 -- --- --- -- I D. M. Ferry & Co.
I t critic up four-year term in the reform school ol: Detroit,

! f :. I, In a serious mood will find the author to 21. the District of Columbia, was pardon Mich.
.. ,
'i. In a very different vein. ")Jelomant.i ed. He has served the greater part

i i I acs" Is a collection of fantastic and Patrick for Adjutant General. of his sentence, and one of his eyes; Reliable Garden Seed
.1t tales, in which sentimental and Anderson, S. C., March I I
; :;. ; :.. ironic 28.-Captain was accidentally destroyed by another si :-. -
I !" i'' ,1, '. conventional notions of music and musicians J. M. Patrick has announced himselfa prisoner.. i Especially anj Adapted:Delected lor M I H. A. HODGES

::: are upset The heroes of modern candidate for adjutant and inspector ,
" l j '
: : tc.,J. culture Wagner. Ibsen. Chopin general. His friends have been urging 110\\'Ii Till, Y ..SOUTHERN PLANTING.. @ >:tlstimn UUhl; *. I'la.MtrtH .

[ -.. \. cud others-are handled without rev- him to run for some time.A !I A .'>m,'lte and te.h'k "f 'L
': We offer One hundred> Reward for
: wence. The book is, in fact a satire Beans Cabbage, Cec:rv, Genuine w'1 I r lt> .1I..j 1 M i'.a' '.'j ,f
of catarrh that be
: cannot cured
by .
\: Y.LU.HLIEDICIXE any K nnuda Onion >naloes and ...
" I' q.' upon the symbolist movement and artistic Hall's Cata rh ('urt.. I all kind of seed for garden and I. \'ELLUW PINE:
:". and literary Bohemia, the seamy For Coughs and Colds In Children. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props Toledo, 0. II fire.d always on hand. i

,1 have not the in \\\', the undersigned, have known F. J. I UI ,1111. rr liE; 4 LUMBER
side of which is mercilessly set forth. slightest hesitancy recommending ONLY TEST=D SED SENT OUT. .-.... -. ,- --
I, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him .
I It appals most directly to the student C4TALOI.L. FRfeK l
5 I
perfectly hon ruble in all business
i' of music but it is written to all who are suffering from coughsor ; Fruit and Vegetable Crates.Estimatra
so cleverly
.,, colds Chas. M. Cramer and financially able to carry out any obligations ii i THE EXCELSIOR SEED FARMS, I' .
says Esq., a Il
that others will find delight in its made by their firm
1 iii nIl URIFRNU( biros '0. ,
well known watch-maker of
WEST&TRU\x. Wholesale} Druggists.Toledo. ill i!
pages. P. o. Box D. Jacksonville. Fla '
"It has been two 533 furnished fur
a Ceylon. some years KIXNAX & MARVIN, Wholesale romplete bilb"
.. since the city dispensary first called my Druggists, Toledo, 0. I'-! .I5il r 'c=!,.;.Jr.iiiiiJ ,-- rr-11=;1 \I'lnilxrto be delivered at auy point ou (ka
"Bramble Brae" is the title of a new attention to this valuable medicine, and I Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting -- -- - -- East Coast.

book of poems by Robert Bridges, who have repeatedly used it and it has always directly upon the blood and mucous sur i l

has been assistant editor of Scribner's been beneficial. It has cured: me quickly faces of the system Price 75.. per bottle bold i Corn nats nig111PURINA I
all '.ists. Testimonials Hodgson I
by free.
: Bros.
Magazine for fifteen years and during of all client colds. It is especially ell'ective -
\ I Hall's Family Pills) are the best. ,
much of this time has also been literary for children, and seldom takes more TRY

4L editor of Life being widely known than one bottle to cure them of hoarse- >Pyny-Balsam Stops the- Tickling-- EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIYER, FLA.
I have to this
by the pen name of Droch. He Is the ness. persuaded many try and quickly allays! Inflammation in the throat. I
valuable medicine, and they are all as
t .._ author of "Overheard In Arcady" and "
the result For
:; pleased as myself over
3 <:\'. "Suppressed Chapters." sale by Wilson & Son. GeneralMerchants. -

: "1); Mr. Bridges is a Princeton graduate i iI' CASTOR IA for i L.
and is one of the many Americans who
\, Out for Attorney General. For Infants
have entered the field of literature and Children.
I' t Talladega Ala., March 31.-Hon. DONKEY AND CHECKERBOARD Hard SHIP '
through the gatewa Mairy news- BACKS. ,
ce't The Kind You Have ON ALL
Alex :M. Garber announced as a Always BoughtMYBears .
:: I In magazi gnjj is concise .. .
japer. u 'I Iha.
: facilities
candidate attorney general Special for
e rtJ: i Id h a r green him J / Working Repairing and Stor '
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; H g rti h i1\; auAng critics. His pat subject to action b' *'an d p J a** attua of ben I IJIITTt1 Ir .i sv'I ;. ,

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l O OUTDOOR trimmed with fine braiding with more
MODESJOR l THE f Ea01ES.l No Change of Government.
or less beading, though some have very '. . .. . . . .
_ .
_ .. ,.. __
Washington March '
31. t
narrow bands of short pile- fur and a _._ _'''.. ._ ..
The Hew Styles In Dleyele Costume little heavy renaissance lace. ',In fact gram was received at

1_: . and Walking Gown.. almost anything seems"to be suitable legation here today

[Special Correspondence.] since everything is se Ii- Short and of foreign affairs at V

New York April 8. -U anybody natty jackets'come.aeztr and they are a positive denial of
thinks that bicycles are going out of Jaunty and becoming with' their strap there has, been. a

fashion, that person should come up to stitching. and their big buttons. ment In Colombia A
;- Riverside drive these bright spring For that is :
those who prefer them there are everything quiet

: days. One can scarcely see the ground ; many elegant capes, mostly threequarters of Colombia and the
for the crowding wheels and the pretty long, of silk and covered with changed. 1

; women upon them; men, too, Inciden lace. This lace is mostly of the gul- .
I Every
tally. There are many new suits, but pure variety and Is always black.
st ; so far the most novel Is the one illustrated Many silk capes are seen, and some odd Likes to get himself into l has been

,;;. here. The skirt is cleverly,divid silken Jackets or coats. Hence bruises,strains signature of

# ed and hangs in what Is said to be an OLIVE HARPER. er scolds Davis'and Painkiller brings ont under his per.
ry and
: absolutely safe manner. I am not an injured with its infancy.
spots an
;, authority on this point, but as the skirt Election In Des Moines. cy: depending on the you in this.

is lined all the way-through with haircloth Des Moines, la., March 31.-One ol case. There is nothing are but
there is nothing about it to catchon the most exciting municipal campaignsIn tike out the soreness. the health of
any part of the wheel. as it stands the history of Iowa ends today with Painkiller, Perry Davis'.
'$ out Experiment.
smoothly. the city election and an unusually
"' The'inner portion-that is, the closed heavy vote Is being polled. Mayor Hag Train Kills
and divided skirt-is made much narrower Indianapolis March
tenbower Is candidate for reelectionon
than formerly, being almost the citizens' ticket. James M.c a
tight, like knickerbockers. Stitching Is was today run down
Brenton is the Republican nominee Oil, Pare
the only trimming to be used on these Big Four passenger
: '>< suits for obvious reasons, chief among Foley's Honey and Tarcontains noopi- Ing along the track to Pleasant. It

them being the dust and difficulty of ates, and will not constipate like nearly heavy wind was other Narcotic
keeping them clean. all other cough medicines. Refuse sub not hear the Worms

The Jacket Is an eclectic combination stitutes., For sale by Wilson & Son. a and Wind

R; of norfolk blouse, jacket and shirtwaist *fOOOO Rifles Constipation

The yoke is from the shirtwaist Jelks Investigating Lynching. Bombay, March 31. regulates tho

L';: The revers and general form are Montgomery, Ala., March 29.-Gov. here that the : natural sleep.

. .: ; those of a short, snug jacket, with the ernor Jelks Is making a rigid examination steamer Korniloff on .

i i folds inseparable from the norfolk of the lynching of Ben Zeigler, the Persian gulf

,' Jacket. The stitched belt reaches but a negro, in Pike county last Saturday Benderabbas, a

across the back. Take it all in all, it is night. As soon as the matter was the Persian gulf.A ALWAYS
{, ;; as near perfection as one can get made public the governor wrote to the

Y: The materials most seen for wheeling sheriff of the county and also communicated Nearly Fatal : .

suits are, first choice, the rainproof with Solicitor R. ,H. Parks at Started a horrible

T cravenettes and cheviots and after Troy. The sheriff wrote to Governor R. Orner, Franklin

them the light homespuns and a few Jelks explaining that the negro was fled doctors and ail

plaids in subdued colors and small de not at any time in his custody, and years. Then '
1_ signs. The object; of a suit for the purpose that while he regretted that a lynching cured him. Just as good U

should be to have one that will had occurred in his county, h brui es, cut, corns, .

stand much wear antI shed dust and was not given the opportunity of caring eand ; piles. 23c. at J. B. ,

rain equally .well. And the design; for Zeigler. Solicitor Parks has ; store. Bought

should be trim and snug. The mllli I been asked by Governor Jelks to do

ners are showing a waterproof straw all In his power to prosecute'the persons Phillips Kills
3 hat for outings, and this Eastman, Ga., April
is filling along who were implicated in the lynching .
felt want indeed. lips a man of good
of Zeigler."A .
;{ Boots may be high or low and worn shot and killed his I : ...*.;"CITY."'C"; ., _A__ ---, ...!.. :..,....'. 0.
with leggings but this is a question of delicate condition. I
weather mostly. neighbor! ran in with a bottle oChamberlain's f red 9 miles from
Colic Cholera and Diar
The new everytHy street for been separated two _
gowns rhoea Remedy when my son was suffering
\. spring! are made in a better style than with severe cramps, and was given refused to live with

they have ever been so that a lady up as beyond hope by my regular physician still at large.
need not look dowdy when she goes to who stands high in his profession Why Take Any e Railway rj
market or shopping. This is a move i in After administering three doses of it, my
son regained consciousness,and recovered With some new and
the right direction. The skirts are .
entirely within twenty-four hours such serious troubles as
; gav&
nearly all trimmed with scallops in :firs Harry flails, of Mt. Crawford, Va. dysentery, when you t.s t.
some form. By that I.mean that the This remedy is for sale by Wilson & Son. for over half a century The Best Line.
scallop Is seen oftener than any other cured millions of case,?
special trimming and sometimes it i is itations, there is only
k. V/ir:'css Td-! '_r :-Iy War. :
Inverted and close; again it is right New York, April 1.-War between ry Davis'."

side up and close, and in other cases i it wireless:: telegraph companies continues -
is stretched out far. and no way that itT i iI ic at VIRGINIA
Berlin dispatch
a merry pace says a
to The Herald. Sismens &
Under This Plan Pines
Halske, owners of the Braaun wireless Pel1Pf'u

system, have, it is stated, brought action Practically
against the Slaby-Arco people for Richmond, Va., ,

an alleged infringment of patent, and frage plan has been I a ,

are said to be preparing to bring a upon by the z

similar complaint in England against of Virginia under t : .

the Marconi company. Dr. Braun, o fed the negro vote )

Strasburg, claims that both inventors eliminated. It Jacksonville-

copied his closed circuit oscillation shall pay a poll tax of

method after he had protected himself able to read or
? A'rt with patents. to them, tt3 Jacksonville. Fla
I and shall be able to Portsmouth V.t

Foley's Kidney Cure make kidney for the right to '-

and bladder right. Don't delay taking.For handwriting in the
sale by JViUon: & Son. registrars.The '
.. "Understa.n BA"Jbj 1

Lawyer and Journalist Dead. to be in effect until

4 : ].aurens, S. C., March 29.-Colonel other features are j

B. W. Ball, a distinguished lawyer and erate soldiers and

Journalist of this place, died hera empt from the "

Thursday. He was stricken with paralysis plication" clause.

about a month ago and his ._ __h._ __.. 1
-7 '
s h condition was considered serious from #1 Gentlemen ',
the first. Mr. Ball was 71 years of QuaJit 1
) .
age and for many years past had been I A,
i owner vertirer.and editor of the Laurens A i- WALK A i

__ Is a laconic definition of !
It's quick work going
I Requisition Made for Long. but it's a long climb I

Raleigh, March 31.-Governor Ay-: point. It is very *LI'.Y, It. L. MOTI.O\V.
1 yT health ; it is quickly HorliU
cock has made requisition for Jevan ,
Long who, it is claimed last October .
___ ,- the
T ;i killed E. F. Pell in Jackson count,y. -.j li .''. of ; DISEASES

Long fled at once, and was not heard ... .J f pear !
; from until yesterday, when news cameof :.-"' .
. his capture in Wyoming. A letter .. ';.1'1\i f t t I II
", fatal of all dis-
gave him away. The crime was an \\
tt. NEW BICYCLE SUIT. extremely cold-blooded one. :=..11.or:;'j r L _- ity.. I

can be employed is wrong. In some the ---

apes of the right; side up ones have a The Great Dismal Swamp a ,"'" ; f KIDNEY CURE III '

' little braid put on in a neat design. Virginia: h i a breeding ground of ma- 1 its 0 Guarantead

These scalloped: trimmings are madeof ground laria germs.everywhere.So is low These, wet germs or marshy cause \.;? the ; I Remedy 4 4i

self stitched in some instances
straps on.
weakness chills and fever, aches in the Contains
three and in others a : i .
or more bones and muscles, and I may induce dan- .f-
little more dressy thorp: are rows of :!IOUS maladies. But Electric: Bitters by emi- I

castle braid in one or the other styles never fail to destroy them and cure malarial 1' are as the best for
flat or rounded troubles. They will surely prevent by
Besides these are the featherbone tnhuit1.U e tiled many remedies for Pie Bladder troubles.

cordings. These are done in black silk malaria and stomach and liver troubles" z :\ 50c. and $iOO.
writes John Charleston, of B>es\ille, U 4 i It
or satin and are double so that when
"but never found anything as good as ,
the seam is stitched alone the center it &ALV0'
Electric Bitters. Try them 50r.
Only ,, , ,,. -..Ifs -_ ;
makes a very rich appearance and sets J. B. bcreven guarantees satisfaction. ' I t' igin : r orld. 1
up in high relief. This is among the Cn
flue trimmings. Ou \wvt: get the "dou ANOTHER CROPSEY CASE.

ble cable coixl" for this style of orna ,I i \ :'
111l'ut3tiOIl.'ry little of this is ry- Body of Girl Found In Mill Pond In hol in the <
qufr'tin comparison. Braid is so North Carolina. cocaine nor other ,

beautiful these last three seasons that Charlotte X. C., March 28.-News "I was all run down;
Tarp dartiug pains all ;
no is too fine to bear of the f 14 ,
gown some has reached here from Wilkes coup back ache every day." DONKEY
varieties. Many suits are made of a I I well Salamanca. N Y. ON .. "
ty. North Carolina, of the finding of with a distres..ed feeling in
combination of two and sometimes four in front of the hip bones. I I EVERY t.f
of woman in a mill .
different kinds of material and the tLo body a young and it nearly killed ' :o SACK. ,1'1'.fi ,
I was so sore'through ,
y ..d
same with the trimming. One finds pond. "I wrote to Dr. Pierce,
cable cording braid and lace all in one The girl was Sarah Benge, the :.: as near as I could. lIe U KEEPS ; Jl-.
letter advising me to trY
design. !, daughter of a farmer, and she had, I did and before I had" MU' FC UP .

Blouses of velvet velutina and cloth been missing for three weeks. ,...dn.'! I 1 I was.Golden decidedly Medical better. I AI' ;Y7 i:
l are still among the favorites for spring idp =. #blows OIj"l.: {'..hea e.d'b Ql-7'.I --j-_* ,_flan'....and' r ILt;. t1)
'f:. Wrapstifor the young for rather moreI d. t .y\ pr" ..:.=. ,''-' t'f- t.. n .
dress i ,
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j- aII 8 THE FLORID! STAR': FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 19<.'2. .

e'7 -; .1. J _' !, : '
A f
; D,. D. 8. Offices over The Indian River BUILT UPSIDE DOWN. .
ti f Drag CO'B stores,the leading Drag establish" J
t -a meat of the Indian rivereountry. THE VISIBLE WRITING,
.. ,1yO 1\ '
< ti": . WILLIAM HINDLK- -Undertaker and Em- OWb. Light Biscuit OLIVERTYPEWRITER.
._ ; \" : J.. balmer. Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup
.:., f plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing 1

<, ,, :., t! .... of Every Description. Agent. BeTeridge ; l' t *
: Steam Cooker.
: t
Delicious Cake 0 r !
,, Ij':.'.:: FRANK LIPP=Practical Shoemaker. Forty. Is[ built right side up where the work is in
".: years experience; all kind of, repairing 9 sight. It is a light, compact simply constructed *
t r:: ; done, nice and cheap;' also ladies'and men's 11 durable machine-easily learned,operated -
.. '"1- shoes made to order. and cleaned;aligns perfectly,and needs I

C' GO TO'J.'M. BANnERS, The Old Reliable n Y Dainty Pastries least repairs.

: n" C Store for good, fresh and reliable goods : 1 .

l ",. such-as Dry Goods,' Saddlery, Crockery; ri6tf
full line of Groceries. tail
a { Hats,Trunks and a / I
't., Q; JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. Fine Wrecked !
(' i '_ Pleasant tion facing the rivef on, river Puddings

3:'.. front. Rates$2.00 per day special terms by Your home and property
i 4. .' the week or month. ...
,M s IYYi'E[ should be protected by.
....,. t;;' tea'
Flaky Crusts

\ 'ft' 6 ,: FLA.-F. H. Fee, president; C. M. Horton., .... from FIRE LIGHTNING
< ', cashier. Every rtesy extended consistent i'l l l+, and CYCLONES. The expense -
t' r: f i'::..,.,'. with conservative banking. is small compared to
a.:.' the risk of a catastrupbylike
1 r l i YIi r b ask
,. tt ECZEMA REMEDY. this. Write to or
,. .
f )'.;:';' DANVILLE, PA., Jan. 7th, 1902. Sclroyler> &: Branning Tuwnie,

1 ftT.! : The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Baltimore : 'ric o. S97.5O. information, .
:. ;; Rev. Mr. Hughes preached his farewell I i EAU GALLIE. for reliable
( 1 Md.Gentlemen i . . .
rates, etc., etc.
.. ,! r':, :! I have had an aggravated sermon on last Sunday morning. He took r The Misses Roehsler entertained on W. S. BRIIIHG, Agent t for Bmard< Co
., ;. j F. : his text from Job 10:23, and delivered a Wednesday.Capt. .
:' ,'; case of eczema for over twenty-five years. fine Sold to responsible parties for $;a cash and MOTLOW It
,t I 'L'' .. :My handa were unsightly a great part of sermon on character. J. H. Andrews, of Tibbals, was $$$10 monthly payments. Other make machines L. I
Ir : that long period. I have used seven fifty- taken in part payment. ,
= t .,.}t' Mrs. Frank Harrison and daughter I w Eau Gallie Sunday.Mrs. ,
.J ALL 0 0 0 0 f 0 7
I ':}"" cent. bottles, and one jar of your Sulphur UP-TO-DATE BUSINESS MENSHOIJLD 0 0
F ) :! '., \ Ointment and now I feel as though I had Miss Mabel, who have passed the winter : Burns, of Canaveral, was the guest USE THE OLIVER.EAST 1i
: :. -.'. : a brand new pair of hands My case has with Col. C. W. Harrison and wife, have I of Mrs. Xesbitt this week.J. V
'- if. : it has cured gone to their home in Newark, N. J. 1! I 1 1L
.- been such an aggravated one;
a l A. Gilbert is shelling the walks'in COAST MEAT MARKET.
r" ;<) and I am certain it will cure anyone
Dr. Lenhart, of Columbus 0. who front of his row of .
r ;r } "j. if they persist in using Liquid Sulphur according
r' G. F. DUREN
.:t. :,. to directions. BLTLEK EDGAR. spent the winter on Merritt's island, was and Mrs. Pingrey are spending a Agent, L I

: f. '" in Rockledge the other day, viewing sale- few days at the Charleston exposition.J. k
: : able properties with a thought of buying.Mr. .
t ((:: V A. Gilbert is making: extensive improvements -

I i L:1: I INDIANRIYERLPPLES.If Jules Dardonville left with his sick to his fine residence on the ? Florida VVPn
I. -4f-! wife and,nther members of his family for Eau Gallic river. 4- ,. +'\y,4\. and ViDESJ-V -
Personal and Newsy Briefs their Fifth New
Paragraphs avenue, home. It
.. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hodgson enter- t \\Yestern
the Coast. is hoped that the will be
y at Towns Along change .
!' .j. tained on Monday in honor of the Misses
4 . Rose and Xelda Roehsler. Meats 1i

: COCOA. Mrs. J. J. White entertained the i
remaining -
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold
The Dixon house closed on Sunday. members of the Palmetto clubon services 1 of allKfuds. f a''
in St. Johns church on Sunday next *
Everything: is settling down to its sum- Wednesday afternoon at progressive both morning and evening.Mr. 14 y

mer quietude. euchre. A very pleasant afternoon was S.
Merritt in spent. 1 I and Mrs Amsden and Mrs. Nettle- FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES
r of was
Mrs. M. Thompson, ,
the of Miss Helen ton, of Ashtabula, Ohio, !eft for home on I GINS BOTTLED BEERS.
\ town on Friday to attend meeting Singleton, one of Rock
Monday, after a pleasant at the Hotel
yr the avilah. ledge's popular young ladies, has gone to Titusville Florida. TITUSVILLE and COCOA.
eFuniack Springs to enter the normal ,
---- -- -
Next week begins the examinations at --- -
.J'.. I school, to fit herself for a teacher. Success The launch Whistlewing, one of the
the school, and the pupils are trying for a
a, attend her. finest on the east coast, was in Hodgson's Jas. Pritchard .t
high standard of excellence. & Son
i'J. yard during the past week undergoing repairs -
.4 Mr. W. G. Paterson received a handsome Rev. Dr. Norcross, wife and daughter, and painting. ,

new Italian watch from the "old who have spent some time in Rockledgeat Headquarters ;

:_ country" lately.It is certainly interesting.Mr. the White cottage, left on Saturday for Capt. George E. Andrews and a coupleof for. . . .

their home in Carlisle, Penn. They stop gentlemen were in Eau Gallie this
ti and Mrs. Ferns who have spent :
.1i' ..... for a time in Washington en route. week in the launch Whistlewing, whichis
the winter here at the Travis cottage, owned by Capt. Andrews. HARDWARE

have returned to their New York home. Mr. R. Frank Hatch, who has accepteda

I I : Prof. G. W. Michael", who passed the position in the store with his brother, John Near will have his photographic l

winter at The Plaza, and is so well known G. N., moved his family from Daytona studio open in a few days. He has already ... inware, Crockery, Stoves...
i Wednesday. They: the Merwin made some very artistic work, and
to of our citizens has gone to occupy .
l I Vernon many, Ill, cottage, on Barton avenue, lately vacatedby hay many views of Eau Gallia and vicin- Boat Goods, Paints Oils,
j Mr. H. McDowell ity on view and for sale. andOODENVV
I!r Mr. Jules Dardonville has purchased

I the Chas. Goodyear property on Merritts The New Rockledge closed on Monday.The A hand.>mt. new American ensign, ten AFlE.WI .

13 : island, 60 acres, and is anticipating many season at this hostelry has been one feet l\v six feet, has been donated our He for prices.

I i improvements.} of marked success. Mrs. Shares and her jwMii-school through the efforts of ,our TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. F

Mr. W. Dixon of Kentucky, has sons, Messrs. Horace and Paul, leave for popular teacher, :Miss Singleton. The .
Jerry ,
; pule from which it will be floated is the Box 212. F
their New Haven Home Mr.
on Saturday.
decided to wait and see if some of the ,
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;1 4V I' and Mrs. Win. Young will have chargeofthe gift of our townsman, G. F. Paddi I yarns they tell about the mosquitoes come JAMES l'RITCRARD.l''esident. W. M. BROWN Vice-President. C. 3. SCHUYJ.EB. Cashier ft

t true, ere he returns to Kentuck)'. house the same as last year. Mr. Chas. Cole and Miss Margaret

;I''y I I Dr. Eden and family have returned to Mr. 0. F. Stout, pianist, Mr. C. B. Booth were united in matrimony at the INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.County

> their home in New York after having Marsh, violinist, and Mr. Ivan Francisci, Baptist church, on Highland avenue, on

".., t- passed a very pleasant winter in Cocoa. celloist, composing the orchestra at the Sunday eve. The Rev. \\'. T. Laine, of

:, :; They occupied the Bishop cottage. New Rockledge) left Friday for their Sebastian, performed the ceremony. All Depository. .._
homes New York. It is Eau Gallie was present, )Ir. and Mrs. -
in Authorized
hoped by every Capital,$100,000.
of Boston
If- Miss Marguerite Riley, arrived r- -
Cole universal favorites
f last week fora short visit with rela one that they will return again next being !::! Paid up Capital, $ 25,000. f" f

' : I tives and friends. She spent most of the season. They made many frit'ntlsamong Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS f ----- l'\r-v\> _ I k

r ,. winter in Rockledge, at The Plaza. the people here, and their excellent music OAK HILL. -. .
A -
was much appreciated. Mrs. A. M. .I ,
I Wing returned to Bayard ,. I
i Mr. S. S. Jones is quite ill, having suffered
., Tuesday after a two wl>ek's'isit to her Vrb
Mis. James Gerry and her sister, Miss General Banking Business V
3r, a relapse, and his friends are somewhat here. : : .
alarmed over his condition. They, Mary Shefller, of Brooklyn, who ran a parents +

1 I however, have hopes that he will yet boarding house here this winter, have Mrs J. T. Gaines arrived home Sunday Largest anti OldestHank). I 1 t ,;

t pull through. closed their house for the summer. Mrs. from a two month's visit to her daughter, I on the Rn er. ., '$ V V A '

:s S Manhart, another sister, came down for a Mrs. Null, in Da. >'tona.
F Mrs. Wm. Jarvis, manager of the Jarvis short visit:; and together Mrs berry and Exchange Bought and Sold on ,

.. ;+ I houe, is off for Charleston to visit the Mrs. Manhart left for the north, the Mrs. C. B. Futch has returned to her all Foreign Countries a,
home in HawKs Park after fortnight'sisit
I She accompanied Dr. and a !
s exposition. 1 former going to Brooklyn and the latterto
., .. .i. i I: I Mrs. DiBol 1 on their 1 home trip to New I St. Louis. Miss Shefller has gone to U her daughter, Mrs. P. D. Paiker. Patronage politetreatmPUtandrveryfavorcuusistent appreciated. Prompt service,

-t i York, that far. I Artesia to spend the summer with another Mr. II. M. Clark came over from Lake with conservative banking granted. kT

I, Mrs. P. H. McLaughlin was calling on sister, Mrs, Hogan.Oil Helen last week to spend a few days at CORRESPONDENTS: ; '

friends in Cocoa on Monday before leav n ________' ___ ___ his place here before going north for the Seaboard National Hank of New 'V"rk, i..I'r
: .. :,4 ing for her home in Brooklyn. She wilF summer. and National Bank of Jacksonville ,,,,

.. stop in Jacksonville for a time, then go to for theChildren. Miss Nettie Coutant accompanied: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA:
: the Charleston exposition. Mr. Mcb -
Fair to DeLand on Wednesday to enter -
: Laughlin will meet her in Washington. the normal school of Stetson university V ,

';t t Mr. and Mis. C. E. Morrison, of Philadelphia for the spring term. The Lamp of Steady Habits

; .i to who have been spending their Give them oil cod-liver oil. Mr. C. T. Gaines, who has been in theF. ,"
The lamp that doesn't flare or smoke or
honeymoon on the east coast, departedfor up cause yOU
.: E. C. hospital at St. Augustine, returned to use bad language ; the lamp that Wks gui wr?'a
for their Philadelphia! home on Sunday. It's curious to see the result. here some days ago and seems '0.i; you get it and htaj good; the: lamp that you never wJ1)
.' 1 Mrs. Adam S. Dixon11f1s: Seifert and y,/ mgly part with, ouce you hate it ; that s
much better for his iJ
f .i1 Mr. Jerry Dixon accompanied them partway Give it to the peevish, fretful trip. 'N. : .) : T3be ew Rochester

: t. V. up the !line. f child and he 1 Miss Ethel Coutant visited friend on __ fJ Other _
Give lamps be offered '
I. laughs. may you as just as good -
"' this side of the river and
to' her
10 .. parents at ', -= = they may be, in some resets, but fur all around i .JOd-
.; a ROCKLEDGE. :It to the pale anzcmic child, the house of refuge last week before going: ness, there's only one. Tim Sew Rochester. To wake .
.iI sure the lamp offered joins::--ermine, took for the ua.w
: ,: .. Mr. S. II. Peck left on Sunday for a and his face becomes and to Miami, where she will spend several on it ; every lamp has it. (BI.U Varieties.)
rosy months.
*, business trip north. Old Lamps; :3Iatle No\v.
:. .. full of health. Take We can fill every lamp want. \matter whether
'J ': 4 Ir. R. H. Paterson has gone to GJ"apeI a flat- Mr. Jas. G. Pawyer was hastily called 4,: want new lamp or store. au old one, repaired ur refiu-von

\ f I land, Texas, to visit his daughter, Mis. chested child or a child that home to St. Louis from Eldora week be- (. fished, a vase mounted or other make of lamp transformed ---
into a New Rochester do
we can it. Let us
I M .. J. R. Dickson. fore last on account of the illness of his send you literature on the, suiiiect
t has ed growing, give him I daughter. Wt are glad to report that the - - We are SPECIALISTS in the treatment of diseases o!
, Orange growers are busy spraying their j Lamps. Consultation FRtE -
.- trees. The of the red spider has the oil and he will young lady's condition is improving. 'R'3'IA THE ROCHESTER
presence grow big i LAMP CO., 38 Park Place su B KUJ st., Sew TO*.

,; been detected.Mr. and strong like the rest. Mr. T. P. Howes, who left Florida in

: "II A. R. Moore, of Palmetto Hall, May for an extended western trip, writes V
; f.'.., Merritt's island, was an attendant at divine This is not a new scheme. I from Portland, Oregon, that he expects Paroid Roofing

: lastU. j to start homeward soon, coming through .
service at Rockledge chapel on It has been done for !
s .kt years. i Utah and Colorado and reaching here
: Of course you must use the I: some time in May. For Permanent Roof.
Mr. C. L. Hughlett, who has been conducting i > t

i 't: the Rockledge pharmacy, left on right oil. Scott's Emulsionis I After a very successful year our school

rV / .: '" Tuesday for his summer station at Tallu- the closed on Wednesday morning with exercises Neponset Roofing

t'tl\;' lah Falls, Ga. < one."Scott's by the pupils and a farewell address i

l by Mrs. Fair, our teacher. Mrs. Fair has For
Emulsion neither Temporary
'4 ; :Miss A. A. Whitenack left for her I Roof.t .
t tr j taken so much interest in the welfare of than Shingles
northern home Tecumseh Mich. Sat. i! Cheaper ,
looks like oil
b urday, stopping .in St. Augustine for a nor tastes because 1' 1 the children, and has done so much to Better than Tin...... I

r.... tL few days en route. we are so careful in making it improve the school house and yard that For Safe byGeo.
.she has won the universal approval and
byV3l\ ... 4 Mrs. C. J. Coggin took a run pleasant to take. Vb .
of VV
ld crl, lp1 esteem the patrons, who hope that she Paddjs
v- test lovfat.f.'i to see her friends the l\Lk'ti r ts\ r
grgiana e'uay V
O'l ; Send for free decide to come to us next year in
Rr J r1r Munson baa been .. t sri'all 1:71' The '
t e j i -- j t,T _t : Vnk ing .. SCOTT>& BOWNE, CF d l'oggIS r te oflier.1resept intention to the ec Lumberman,

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