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: May 30, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00628
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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THE' FLORIDA sTAR 'The Timely Warning. l lk land cleared and will have pines eet ,this I will use 'my best endeavors to serve the

.I '. >. r coming fall. people feithfolly. My platform of principles
Some three years ago Senator: will.be made known to the voters individually Beggar Weed !Seed
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Mr. W..R. Hardee
Jensen
was out
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Entered. at the postoffice ttTitnsvillei as Hoar warned his in the and onthe'stump. ,
lecond-class mail matter. colleagues' last week attending to, affairs about his : Very respectfully, W. H. McF ARUND..
4 senate: that they were imperiling grove and nursery.

c_ Kills J :':B/Water. Editor and Publisher. everything that had made this Archie Parker has gone to spend the I I FOB MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD. VELVET BEANS

PUBLISHED EVERY,FBIDAYMOBNING.SUBSCRIPTION country great and tended to maintain summer Georgia, which is the homeof I We, the patrons of School District No 3, And list of Garden and
: his childhood beg to announce the name of J- E. Fultz as a a general
ANNUM I its greatness. In his judgmentthen days. candidate for member of School Board. of :
S1J50 PER Seed.
:4 ; Field
John and Adolph Benson have by Brevard to the Democratic
MONTHS. the'wealth'of Indus would be gone county, subject :
: FOB SIX :
CENTS
: - .. boat to Grant, wberethey-witI engage in primary to be held on July 15th.
dust in the balance when
as weighed
t: It must be dearly understood that neither fishing for the summer SCHOOL PATBOKS. Prices on application.

THX STIX nor its editor is responsible for against.the'loss the nation would Mr. and Mrs. Austin spent several .

z : opinions expressed by correspondents. sustain by the adoption of imperi days in Jensen the latter part of last week For County Commissioner THE GRIFFINC BROS GO

.4 : Subscribers: 'will confer a favor on ,THE alism. The question suggests itself, and the first of this week. I: announce myself Commissioner'as a candidate of Brevard for reelection
as County
t. STAB if they will notify. .ns of any failure to has not experience abundantly We learn that Mr. Will Jones expectsto county for the Third district, subject to the Pomona Nurseries,

receive. their paper.Communications tified the able sen .tor's prediction? work in Mr. Bahney's packing house decision of the coming Democratic primary of
-- : July.15th, and will be pleased to have the JACKSONVILLE FLA.
on live topics especiallyof during the ,
i Tveek Senator shipping season
last Hoar addressed
1\Y.allnterest.are solicited. But the editor Only supportofailmyfriends.! R A. CONKLING. -
reserves the right to condense them to suit the senate, in which he Mr. Fransen has been suffering from an -_-----
Brief items'of neighborhood news always attack of rheumatism for some time, bet For County Commissioner.In .
I made use of the following: "What H. A. HODGES
desired we are glad to see him out again and ableto response to the announcement already ,

.i ; have your ideals cost you? For the follow the plow. made by "Many Democrats," I yield to their

P More Money For Better Schools. Philippine Islands you have, had to Mr. Carlton, of Arcadia,spent a night solicitation and will enter the race as a candi- Satsuma flights, Fla.
: date for election Commissionerof
: The Florida School Exponent, repeal the declaration of independence. here as the guest of Mr. Orrell a few days the First re district,as subject County to the decision of Dealer in and Manufacturers of

: fav- For Cuba you have had to ago. He was on his way to visit his the coming primary,July 15th ,
P3: in a pomewhat lengthy article, brother in Fort Pierce. J. E. WALKEB. YELLOW PINE

ors the repeal of the five min'schooltax reaffirm and give it iiew lustre. Fred Christiansen has been hauling I1 1 I AND CYPRESS LUMBER
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For the Philippine Islands FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.I .
and the substitution therefor you
posts for Mr. John Schorr of Chicago,

F a maximum'limit of eight mills. have had to convert the Monroe which will be used to fence in the stretch hereby announce myself a candidate for Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
re-election Commissioner for the
doctrine into doctrine of as County
a mereselfisness. I of land between :Mr.: Diedrech and
would enable the open
r This, it is urged, I Fourth District, subject to the action of the
: school term to be length- For Cuba you have Peter Petersen. Democratic primary, July 15th.1902. -
average Estimates furnished for
r JOHN C. JONES. complete bills of
acted it. and vindicated In
months on it. lumber to be delivered at poin the
ened to seven or eight POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS any on

i give good school houses, and enable Cuba you have the eternal grati- ----- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. East Coast

; the best teachers. tude of a free people. In the Phil- Announcements for the coining Primary candidate -
us to secure very I hereby announce myself as a
: ippine Islands you have the hared Election under this heading in are 85.00. : for re-election as County Commissioner for 'VADE H. JONES,
payable adtance.FOK
: strictly
the Third district, subject to the action of the t ,
; The suggestion is a good one and and sullen submission of a subjugated Democratic primary to be held July 15th, REAL ESTATE, AND INSURANCE,
people. From Cuba you have T AX ASSESSOR.I 1902. J. R. MIOT.
is such as has already obtained in
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor LOANS AND COLLECTIONS
1 some counties in this state b)". the brought home nothing but glory. $ re-election to the office of Tax Assessor, Weekly Weather Report.

special district tax levy. "ro1ll.t e Philippines you have subject to the action of the primary electionto I TITUSVILLE, FLA.
be held July 15th If elected I.will try to U.8.DXP.1BTMENTOGRICULTUBE WEATHER I. '
: Brevard county has already tried brougnt nome nothing ol glory." fill the office as well in the future as I havein BUREAU. JAMES ANDREWS,

the district tax and Is -- -- -- - the past. Soliciting the support of all Democrats Comparative statement of temperatures t
special levy I remain ATTOR. EY-AT-LA\V
J. WOOTES.
King Edward is represented as respectfully and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday ,

well pleasedith the venture. being extremely anxious that the May 27th, 1902. Main office and address,Titusville, Florid .
FOR FISH AND 1 nn. 11""
: The great benefit that would be GAME WAKDEX.I .1W .1W.1 Branch office at Fort Pierce. Florida. Prosecuting
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: derived from in the peace negotiations in South Africa hereby announce myself a candidate for DATE.! MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN attorney for Brevard county.
a change constitutional shall be pushed forward as rapidlyas re-election as Fish and Game Warden of Bre- May 21. 86 69 78 71 Notary Public, State at Large. .
limit would be the saving vard county and ask the support of all my U 22. 83 75 81 71 .
possible so that peace can be officially Democratic friends at the cou ing primary. U 23.! 83 .. 74 84 70 -----
in expense of holding elections announced before his corona- July 15th 1902. Very respectfully, 21.. S3 73 85 71 M.D.. L. DODSUN,
:; to decide upon special district tax T. A. KOBINSOX. h 25. 85 72 89 67
tion. It is probable, however, that 26. 89 67' 88 69
i levies, which are necessary every the Boers .. 27. 92 69 79 67 Dentist.
are not much interested FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.
so Total rainfall for the week 063 inch.
two years'under the provisions of
Editor f The Florida( Star Office just west uf Indian Riyer Hotel
in the coronation that they : Departure from the normal rainfall for the .
4'T the special act. At the request of the many friends of Hon. week, minus 0.71 inch. Only fist claad work at great-
fi Ip reference to a higher millage will yield any points in order that D. L. Uauldeu we hereby announce him as a Departure from normal rainfall'since Jan- ly reducedTITUSVILLE pr.ocs.
the king may have the satisfaction candidate for the office of Prosecuting Attor- I, ]902, minus 7 35 inches. FLORIDA.
-. we are met, says the Exponent, ney for Brevard county,at the coming Demo- HAL P. IlARDix ,
of knowing that his empire is at cratic. primary election. J. M. DIXON, Observer Weather Bureau.
"with the objection that we are already J. P. BROWN GEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MOEOAS
,
with the world the _. .
peace on occa- -
= ------ ---------- ---- President.
I i S paying an average tax of 7! W. S. XOEWOOD, Actuary.BREVARD .
sion of the coronation ceremonies.If J. N.
WALLEB,
i mills and that few states in the
the king is anxious for that J. T. FEASTER. So Tired .

: union are paying a higher school pleasure, Great Britain should _,_ %,;_____.___________._____- .______-___.,______. __
FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.I
rate. While this is
t t' literally true, make concessions and thus hurry beg to announce myself as a candidate for It may be from overwork but Abstract of TitleCOMPANY
it is fallacious
yet as an argument along the negotiations. Prosecuting Attorney for the county of Bre- the chances are its from an inactive

; : here, since it is well known that vard, at the coming Democratic primary to UUCP._ __ ""' """""" """""" -" -'"
be held on. Tuesday July 15th, 1902: and trust
r the property of Florida, taken all Senator Hoar is to receive the of friends.
besieged by col- report my many With a well conducted LIVERone
:, J.: in all, is as-esed at but little more F. J. WEBB.
lege boys and girls about to graduate _. -_. -_. can do mountains of labor Will furnish -tbntracts of title
if any than 23 per cent. of its real for of for iarnlsiu
copies his recent peechon FOR PROSECUTING; ATTORNEY.: without fatigue.It Brevard county
valuation. Instead 6/payingS7.50
the Philippine question. The Being urged by many friends to do so. I adds hundred OFFICE UXi>EH LAW OFFICE OF
a cent to
per thousand, we are in reality pay- hereby announce myself as a candidate for per
young people are just now in the IruBecutiug Attorney for.Brevard county, ones earning capacity.it GEO }I. EOBBIXS. TITUSVILLE. FLA.
less than S1.50. We
have
ing not i midst preparing speeches and subject to the action of the Democratic primary --- .
: the figures of the last census at'' the to be held on July 15th, 1902. If nominated can be kept in healthful action - -
t science
essays on of govern- and elected will give to the office the and ROBBINS
by only by
hand, but the census of 1900 shows ment, the rights of man and similar ,. very best service I can. Hoping that my candidacy
that Florida's assessed valuationwas will meet with favor at the hands of
topics, and they thing the Mas.auhusetts ISrc\ard's Democracy, I
a1I. very respectfully & QRAHAMCO.
only 23.5 per cent. of the true senator's remarks will give (J. A. FRO-T.

; valuation. If our present bchool them some helpful suggestions.: Iitt's Pills i J1! F CO.
FOR TREASURER.
fund increased 50 .
- was by per cent -- - - - ( Paid up Capital $25,000.00.)
I
hereby nivself
announce us a candidatefor
.
would still be less than
we paying Commercial Fertilizers.The re-election to the office of Treasurer subject This company owns lands
three dollars a thousand on a f.iir to the action of the primary election toW
in the
i-urifiit muul'or of Indian
the FloiMa Agricultural ; held July 15th. If elected I will try tt' River Coun- ,
:f valuation. Bulletin "hesthe follow ng information fill'the office"as well in future as I have in the TAKE__NO _S USTITUTE.: _. try, on the St. Lucie River.
,
.- relative to the value of materials pa:!>t. Soliciting the support of all Democrats:, at New River, and on Biscayne -

I An exchange remarks that it is contained in connm-rda! fertilizers: I remain.ery respectfully-, F. II. Boy Are You Going Away Bay.

: rather odd BniEAC OF FEKTILIZER.-- .
an circumstance to find VALUATION'S
FOR COUNTY TKCASUKEH.
I For available and For the Summer? PRICES TO SUIT THE TU1ES.
1" the shrewd Gen. Corbin caught in insoluble phosphomami At the request and solicitation of my many
i
! i a blunder, being so well versed in ammonia and potash for the season friend throughout the county, I hereby au- Send for land list.
. 190MU02: : iouiic? myself as a candidate for the office of

::k military etiquette and procedure:, ; Value per Puuul.Ceuts.. County Triaaurcr:! at the coming primary THEN CJO TO OFFICES AT . .
S election, July 15th. 1002. I have
never here-
i yet Gen. Corbin has been making Available phosphoric add ____ t',ftre sought i-ublic office, and if elected I TITDSV1LLE AND MIAMI.
ti' preparations to attend the German Insoluble phosphoric add ---___ ---_-_ ;5 1 will serve the people. Very truly yours
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.g Ammonia (<>r iquhalent .. JOHN Ji. Wvsx.1tR ..
iuuitrogeu
S army maneuvers, to which he has ) 13; SeabreezeJore !
S utah (a;; actual potash. KO--------- 5 1-2
. not been invited. When Prince calculated by units- COUNTY TREASURER.I LIPPINCOTT'S

Henry was here one of his suite, Per Unit. intend being a candidate for County
Available phosphoric a'itI$1 00 Tn-asnrer at the Democratic primary to he I
Gen. von Plessen, remarked to him, Insoluble phosphoric acid -_--__--___-- 20 hold July 13th.: hXtt I believe that the (qual :\ Uoud Roads:, Finer Beach for MONTHLY MAGAZINE i I
"We should be delighted to have Ammonia or equivalent in nitrogen)__ 3 00 ilicatioiis required by the state committee for Bathing, and Better Fisliiujf than at any A ii i
IVta-h ----------- .----nn"U_____ 1 10 voters to nominate county officers is unfairand other Retort in Florida.The FAMILY LIBRARY:
' : you see our maneuvres. Gen With a uniform allowance of ?:2 per ton unjust to a large number of our best citizens The Best in Current Literature
Corhin that who vote our CIuntticket.. I :
supposing von Pleven for mixins and basririn am em
) phaticall.v in favor of the primary system but Clarendon inn 12 Jj
had extended him an invitation, A unit i is twenty pounds, or 1 per cent I am all the time for home rule. All voters: COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY t tMANYSHORTSTORIESAND

said he would be pleased tll attend, in a ton. We find this to be the easiest qualified by the laws of this State. who will I

and,forthwith and q:ucke.-t method for calculating': the pledge themselves to vote for our county and PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS I f
began fixing things ticket, should he entitled to vote at the primary
1 value of a fertili/er. To tlluMrate) this to nominate said ticket. $2.5OpiRyAR ; 25 I
to go. It transpires that only the The CTG. A COPY
take, for example, a fcitilizt-r which analyzes If elected Treasurer I intend to be Treasurer Breakers NO CONTINUED STORIES ,iI ;
emperor has the privilege\ of inviting as follows: belonging to no institution, having made EVERY

foreign officers to see the army Available: phosphoric acid $6,39xI.OO.. no combinations and having; made no prom The two largest and NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF
$6 31! ises, therefore I have none to break. : most UOIIIHdilU5 ",
evolutions. It is believed, however Insoluble phosphoric acid.$1.15\.20: ____ S3 Trusting I will be favored Summer Hotels at .vabieeze, will be under -
\wwuuil.I1Ih..!$:!.( )_______________ It withavoteby
7t
the
exclusive i
that his -- all who believe I am qualified to fill the office, management: of COL
majesty will smooth Potash _
_
.. i.lhI.IO------ ___h___ 7 b2 I remain, C. C. POST
yours truly JOHN HKXRY. = during the !-lImmel'SeaEon of
Mixing and hag ing.-------h----u___
; fRRY1
: things over by tending cards to 2 00 l!>02: aided by a comjietent corps of experienced SEEDS

i{ : Gen. Corbin, and also to Gens. Total ____nn___-______________. $3I2;j ion TAX COLLECTOR.: assistant: au ri rig the best

} Young and Wood The above Valuation: ate for rash. for. I hereby. announce myself as a candidate service: and every attention to gUl -ts. . For
J f. ----- "" for re nomination fot the office of Tax Col
: materials delivered at Florida eaportE, lector of Brevard county !subject to the action 1'UOF. LAXDOI/TS OHCHETlU.Drought ) ; A The Farmer .

S The verdict of the jury in the ami they ran be hough: in one-ton lot at of the approaching Democratic primary from Xe\\ York to the Colonado : The Gardener

u_. illiams case, at Miami, is evidence these prices at the date of i==mng this all and my will friend be pleased to receive K.the W.support HALL.FOK .of h>l winterill play twice each day dur- and .
bulletin.
Where fertilizers
of are bought a: ing the st'a-ou. Ji1 The
yt a coming sentiment to set interior Housewife
points, the additional
aside the of freight to TA V COLLECTOR. A Play I'oom for children. _.. The .
plea insanity as a defense that point run t be added. i S arerrl"ost a hUI"UOI" II"I v,
a
Unless it be conchiMvely proven If purchased in carload lots for cash, a the I be office:: to of announce Tax Collector myself for a the candidate County for of Hates-j2: .00( to $2.50 per day; 10.00 to' S tvcrvwLere.Uun tin' ordinalkimi jlnlt l.t.: : annual.f"/. 101'>J.,ii,i,
SI I! 00 week. c
; ; that the defendant was in such reduction of 20 per cent. can be made! in Brevard. subject to the action of the Democratic per D. M. FERRY St CO

... a state of mind that he did not re- above valuations, i.e.: 1:),h. Trusting primary to t<, be re-tt-ive held the on Tuesday,of July Special rates to families for the season. ;; I Detroit, Mich.

: \\ alize the right and wrong in" the unit Available phosphoricacid, SO cents per many friends I am, yours truly.P. support. my Address C. C. I'O.sT, -i'. ( -

committing of murder or of lesser A. McMiLLAX. :Seabreeze, Fla.
\\ a Potash
K20): SS
s 1 ( ), cents per unit.
\ crime. Speaking in general, the Ammonia (or equivalent in nitrogen), FOR KEl'REsENTATI\!

Itv..y .':''-l insanity dodge is urged too fre- 2.40 per unit. A Voice From the People. Hodgson Bros.

. '-k \ uently. at the present time where The valuations and market prices in i FORT PIERCE, May i. lJ1r.! PURINAFOR

o1p IO1U ) tate grave apprehensions of succeeding illustrations are based on Believing it to be to the best interest of the EAU GALLIE INDIAN RIVER
I 1 LflIC. of indt' market price for one-ton lots. people of Brevard county to have WADE H. FLA
penalty in sight. \Ve JONES represent us in tne next legislature,

S tion ins, wa;.. IIlln, where a is in1. .I WHITE CIIY.i we respectfully urge all Democrats of the tu Iho.
e person' county to give him their support at the General
1 reside com Merchants. PURA
t t rstrekre. JL all doubt they are not .r''S 3\iristian *L.-, the sick ing primary on the 15th of July. Hard

; li %l 1 1f MANY TAXPAVEES.FOR .
l't 5b1c; wm be l for crime committed, ). : n -

\ 4jThe.fthey are the victims of .y.. : yo;;: 1j\'thatI'it 4 easant REPRESENTATIVE.- --- '-' -- rsanj3! Work.f

cenung&fonable[i temper and know the n ts ave not1 It, serv1 weEk. To the Dernocratif "rd ( CHANDLERS. .

"building? rig&tand wrong of crime they amt Ie..Its .n 'le tatIome, sev18th- I wish to .. .3f l ''Y. J '
v ,UiT rOkrlc'a1I :tU \t THE
FEED
I o In bo hIS bt SpeTvPacilities for
should be held & B i .. legislature, t, ..' .he'j' Repairing ad Stor-
'r '\ there t\f morally responvtv .,. ." *" ITh. 'r-gt. cratic 'u.. : e'it5th.t .. "cYachts! and Launclj \ IAaTW ) THAT $AVES

' Ing *.:1ect."ti pW the law for acts corrt altteda ,(c nottrkiLs. .t'.--.: '.' .i gardiug':]> ed : "0. .. ...,...... 1 BaI', J... u(& MUIS PEP -
and( lu\; -Sii. taste will surpriJd i 'ring voters. E elyG. .. . 1UN j Ja ik '
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pumice stone mixed in places with continue with more or less frequency \' I

Y'y Menacing Crescent of Volcanic Islands in and with Ifects. ,
*+*f*.*'-> X'Jf, -'-"Hf- ,ferruginous sand The mud itself, was greaTerRfcsfflsastr0us, -. .
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Special Correspondence of The Florida st r. ; depth of the water'was about four the sfability of Caribbean real estate Is FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.
d .
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..1 'feet It was comparatively warm and not encouraging. i
.V' F9rt-d -Fran, Martinique,, May 10.
r i a 'had a fresh dewy taste.. ,The Lesser,'Antilles are in the very 40. In Effect 1902.. (
." -Now. that, something of .the debris LOCAL TIME CARD No. A'prilI5,
Va and' ]; The terrific volcalic"storm in whic* ,center of what .known as "the line .
wreckagacatYsed by'the'eruption :
If } r-t ;ages ago Mont Pelee was uplifte of fire," running north and south SOUTHBOUND-READ D DOWN. \ NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
of Mont Pelee has been cleared: away ---
'\.d- crumpled her summit and rent and fissured : through the western hemisphere.. They :

.+- .. and the work of reliecing'the distress her sides and sent her*foothills al'O links in the \"oIcanlc'chain. which 1 IN Dai3p I 11)si3y I MAIN LINE. IN.78 i N-:321- i
survivors'
: of :she. has been'well begun sprawling all over thenorthern end of extends through Central and South
; :'..:::, attention'la directed to ward-the scientific 500 p(9( 4IJ Lv ................... .................... 't CO p 855 a
;_ ; the island. As seen from the sea the America. southward and, to the north 5 OS P 94S Lr:................. Jacksonville..Lv G Up 8 4?a '1G
study ot the'volcanic formation > 15 p 1'1 f5fL .......:.............. 6t. Au? stine...................... 8 50 p 1 45a. o
,' ,}: : mountain seemed to dominate the through the United States at the longitude B .s p 1127 a .......... ... Hostlnls......................... 614 p 71o
,, i.;= composing the menacing crescent ofthl whole island of Martinique, less of Nevada and Oregon up to q 7021.,11tla..................... Ea3t Palatka ................. ..... 4 rrb p 8 55 : H ; _
> :t;,i t J i per. 'b' ., . ; Lesser Antilles, of vrhiehJia'r'ti. haps by her enormous bulk than by the : Alaska. These volcanoes! err in some 1331p..n.: ........ Runnells......................... ilip 609a ; :
< ... !; 753j. ........................ .Dupont.......................... 6 : Io !
.;-',;'. ...... pyramid symmetry of her. outlines. cases probably subtejraneously connected 8191,/ 1CSp .........................Ormond......................... tOl11 6 ag'i: .
.. "The bald mountain she was called and it is likely that the exploding .... :: YB "3p 118p ......... ............. .Da.ytona... ..................... 33tp 627 :3Et
u, 3911 12S ......................Iort Oran e............ .......... 321 p 618 a .
.. T but never was adjective so misapplied, ; volcanoes on Martinique and St. 9 Op 1' 46 p :..................... ]:few Smyrna .... ................. 3 311 :aOOa g : .
t c.,.:: ... a .:.... :2 C9 p ........... ..... ... Oak Hill. ....................... :Z ..81' ....... ma:;
e; ... for La Pelee was fully clothed from Vincent" wire so connected. Sci?utists E-i Z :.J.... 2 41p ............ ......... 'Iltus\'llle. .. soap .. r 1
!fttIII \ ;
.' U; the edge of the sea tp the very summitin may perhaps trace a connection between < ..1.... 3 2t p ................... .:.... Cocoa .:":::::::.:::::::::.. 125 p :.:::.. > 0 .
< ., .. .s 0 ....... 323 p ....................... OCklede..i ii P ....... q :3
,- -, .. .. GEWiaF 1'11.- the most extravagant luxuriance of these eruptions and the recent ....... 3 51p ........................ :: p .. .... c
i 'j'. I(" of F == ....... 405 p ........................MelboUJ'ne........................ 12 33 p..:.... mx .5. _
: ; tropical vegetation. activity the volcano of Co'Ima. in ....... t tSt> .................,... .. Seb1lStl n........................1150 a ....... ' or
: 1 11 z .. . ... ......,............. it 05s .......
&IS. l Among all the islands of the Carib- Costa Rica, which is now in eruption. ,...... 5 31p ... ....... .. .St Lucie my:::
l1 ':' ....... 6t5p.. ..:.......:....... Fort pierce....................... 110.a.... .. o .
"'ii .h, a ,I iI : bees St. Vincent is unique in natural A sympathetic relation of this kind ....... 5511' ..:..................' 'hite City........................10 4Sa ....:.. \It :":s
(If;, .' Z ....... 6 C5p ..................... Tibbals.. .... .. ... ........10 3a .. ... F ;-
i ,.,- ""., .. -r I wonders. It is composed largely of a bas long been known between If eelsand g....... 603 p ..................... .::..Eden...:.::....:..:...:........ g Y8 a ..::... x
: '::w", :!. r it. single peak rising from the ocean's Vesuvius, and there is scarcelyany ....... 81iP ......................... Jensen.......................... a ....... $ a
....... 621 p .......................... Stuart. ..................... 10 l'a ....... .
A .. r'N fj ;.r.Elj't bed, with no outlying islets. Volcanic doubt among geologists that similar ....... 6 5t p ......................Hope Sound....................... 9 !} s ....:.. o'OEt Qo
t1.II&; (>ojO" .. ....... 7C1p ......................'Vest 7upiter .................,.... 9. a....... .., _
. \ j hills cross the island from north to relations exist between the Carib q' ,...... 7 4 3 p ...................\Vest Palm Beach... ,............. 8 t9 a....... .'" :;
_--..) south, intersected by beautiful and volcanoes and those of Central America ....... 8 OG p ...................... .Boyn on ..................... 8 3Ja ....... ;;
: : Ft Lauderdale................ ..... 7 ......
....... 9041' ..................... a.
: fy];iuNM fertile valleys.S and southern Mexico. ....... 9 i7p ...................... Lemon City..................... 6 ;Ia ....... g
.. i ....... 9 55 p ........ .................. Miami. ..... .,...... ............ 6 45 a ....... :3
;. t. Vincent is eighteen miles ]long and HAYS 1 UBOIS.U .
t -' BUFFET PALO CARS ON TRAIN 35 AXD ';8I .
j'IC craves miles wide, and it had until the '
I >; Cough.
"" tUArA present disaster a population of nearly
A who has had erience with
Y woman ex|> BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES. .
.. rJ' oO.OOO persons. It was discovered; IIJ this disease, tel's how to prevent any

-', Columbus in 149S. Great Britain obtained dangerous consequences: from it. She says:
'
':.' ""alt'C-A EAST PALATKA.
Our three children look h'ooping coughla PALATKA. AND
; sovereignty over the island in
VOLCANIO CRESCENT OF ANTILLES.
t summer, our baby boy being only
rln [The islands in black are all of volcanic liS;;. three months old, and owing to our giving No. 67 No. 65'No. 63No.' 49'No. No. 481Na.' 48NO.: 60rNo.' 64 No. 68

a: rti"' *. origin the and catastrophes any one of that the group have overtaken may repeat Historic among the volcanic erup then Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, -Daily- I-DAily- -Daily- i Dally- I 47/i 5xaxto I Uaily I Da.IIYI I DAily I Dally I Daily

,rat Martinique and St. Vincent.] ticns on the Caribbee islands w: th.it they lost none of their plumpness and 750i I855u 465ph135a e 110 a.1 Li..Yalatka..Ar ti YS a 7 Ya a 112 OJ PIG 25 1'17 :5 p
,; f came out in much better health than .. I' 650 8oAr.;, ..East l'aatka ..Lv 6 05 a 1 05 a. 4S 05 C5 p .
y .r'v"., nlque is the zenith. It is, however, yet of the Soufriere "sulphur pit") of SI.Vincent other children why se parents dill not use '
in 1S1.. Earthquakes had for tliis ( o'dest! little would MAYPOBT :BRANCH.
.. too early to make thorough investigations remedy. lug girl -

r on this island; as it will take along two years terrified dwellers on the call lustily% for tough syrup between No. 17\\ No. b l bTA.TIXS. I No. 61No. 18No.; 20
South American coast! and the West hoop Jebbie Pinkev Hall Sprmgville, Dally D..tly Da.ilyl Daily I Daily

is' h .\:.'.. time, perhaps many months, before Indian islands. In March of that year Ala. This remedy is for sale by Wilson 7 3h 2 20 p s 5& Lv ....................lacksonvi.le...... .............Ar 8 .5a 13 23 p 831! P ,
; the molten lava and superheated & on. 7 3S p 23 p 9J3: a Lv... ...........South .............:.. 817 a 13 17 JI G21 p
; an earthquake buried! lU,11 HJO souls at SlOp CO t' 30 OSa Lv............. .... rabin73PACh .................,.Lr 145a11Ua 6tOp
:. rock thrown from the crater are sufficiently Caracas, spread ruin along the line of C7E .c3 T R I A.Basra 816 p 3 OS pi30, 1011. Lv... ....,........Atla.ltic .................. 140a1ll..0 a 6 n p
tie The Kind You Have Always Bought8tgoatare r8 30 p320J 11lW( : a Ar......................5apport. .......... ..........Lv 725 all 25 a. 5 30 n
cooled there is
though already the Andes and ended in the outburst
+ p.Y.
here a scientific expedition from Washington from the Soufriere which altered the SAN MATEO BRANCH.No. .
of '
.
r:, to begin an,inquiry. The party appearance of the island and destroyedits '
;v' 51'NO..45/I STA.TIOXS NDo. Dell$ .
ball 48i '
; r' which came with the United States re eastern end. They \eier Freckle. & y

,. lief expedition on the auxiliary cruiser The Soufriere: is situated at the What becomib of the theory that all 7 5S b aIJ.v................ ........ ..East .............................\ 6 00a 8 iO p j
; 5 .. ...... .... ....... ... ......
81Sp iS>> .ban I<.o. .... ....... ...... ..... ....-Lv 540a a 90 p
':t... Dixie consists of Professor Robert T. northern extremity of the inland! and id men are born free Curl equal in the

';"':. Hill of the geological survey, C. E.I 4,018 feet high. It is the last of a face of the fact that the fair haired SANFORD B ANCB:. I ORANGE CITY :BRANCH
tf
S Borchgrevink, the antarctic explorer; mountain chain which was failed children of Russia never freckle? They No. 11 1No. 12 NQ 3 No, No. 2 No,4 '
.t : may play In the sun all day and bear STATIOXS. ; 1/I Sxextoxa. I I
r Professor I. C. Russell head of the lingua a Garou by the natives. Baron Dally a Daily I Daily Daily DiOi 1f

I, geological department of the University Humboldt states that it had thrown no spt'ckllng; trarThe proffered r., 05 a ........Tltu .......... l EO Jli; 3 OS 1,!1010 aLv.'v.; SlI'vrna.\ri 1' nf n,
planation is that there is no yellow pigment : 718 a. LV............ ! .............Lt' 101 PI, 3 n pll 21 aLv.Lake l len.Lv12 as I' i
: of Michigan, and others. They are out flames in 1 i 1S. iu their skiu. 8 83a ............( ............ 11 5. a;; 4 OJ )1:1139: alLvOranJr" City Lv,,1:1: t5 p p t 24 Up u

commissioned to investigate the effecton Previous to the eruption of 1St:?, according -- 930a.SMa :Lv.Ar..Sa.llford......... Enterpr+"e.. ................Lvl11 Lvil t :"003.::0&,, i C5 p,ll !5 aAr.Ong..; City Jc.Lvi13 I tOp t lSj'

: \ land or sea of the recent eruption of to the historians, the appearance y Tbe Highest .Mine.
I. of the Soufriere interesting. The These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and de arl .
Mont Pelee, with its attendant seismic was most highest mine in the world !s a from the several stations. but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not guara.ntl'I..i.

( and other phenomena in the West Indian The crater was half a mile in tin mine at .rurl1. ilivia.; 14.0.0 fret nor therefrom.does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any {eonoequeneea arising >

f' islands. They are not limited as diameter and 500 feet in depth. In its above the sea. 1=

", to time and will stay in the islands as center was a conical hill fringed with Australian---Wheat.- Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.; ,

!L .. long us in their judgment the results shrubs and vines. At its base were two The principal wheat growing state t

desired may be obtalnef1.tS fclnall lakes, one sulphurous, the other of Australia are Victoria, South Australia BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

;', Just what caused Mont Pelee to pure and tasteless. From the fissure and New South Wales. SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.
ILy.
tS 'i; of the cone a thin white smoke exuded _.--- -- -- -- -- Dliama, Mons. Weds....,...........
"blow off>1 her cap" and just what were U C7 p Lv. Havana, Tues. Thurs . .... .........1000*
with blue Ar hey West.Tues.Thurs.: ............. ..12 30 p Ar. Key \Vest,Tue Thurs ...... ...,.,. 630
l the phenomena accompanying it are occasionally tinged a light Lv Key \\est.!ut's. Thurs................ 730p Lv. Key West.Tues Thurs: ......:,....... 703p p
I 4t. still mysteries which the sullen mountain fta Illt'. Ar. Havana, Weds }ns. ................. 5ooa Ar. Miami. Weds. Fns ..... .... ...... ... 800a
.
t refuses to divulge. That the convulsion Other islands of the crescent group For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.

I was both volcanic and seismic have suffered more or lea frost volcanic J. D. RAHNER, Asat. Gen Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

" '. is undoubted. The generally accepted eruptions and earthquakes, r -- - -- --- -- -

,J theory as to the cause of \olcauic though not as seriously as have Martinique
DR.MOFFETTSrCCTHINGPOWDErtt Cures Citolera-lflfantuu;+ )
1 ,
eruptions is the access: of water to and St. Vincent by the recent 1 I 1 = DiarrhoeaD senttry,UK]

: masses of molten material in the convulsions. Point a Pitre, in Jn.uU- the Bowel troubles of

earth. By contact the water is changedto ; loupe was utterly wiped out in 1843.tlioimh ; Children of Any Age.

steam, and the expansive force of ; the loss of life was not to' IKcompared r 1AIElf f )! Aids Digestion, ReguIaUithe
( the Bowels, Strengthens
the steam causes the exp'o.siou. It is with that at St. Pieriv. y

supposi-d that the water works in from It is a curious thought that the !saint Costs Only) 25 cents at Druggists, the TEETHING Child and EASY Makes

tE the surface of the earth slowly to the volcanic force which gave these persons -- 'r. y Or mail 25 cuts to C. J. MOFFETT M. D., ST. LOUIS, MO.

(bl+utt6us, (,;a.. du .K4r lH"S't.
reservoirs of molten matter, and thus their island..home was that whn-h 1>R. C. J. MOFFETT Dear Doctors We gave your TEETlll.\.1 ,'Teething 4

it takes a long time for a sufficient ac- caused their destruction.: Maitmiquc:: i oicders) to our little grand child with the luivvient result The vffecf
u-ere almost magical, and certainly more satittjaetorithnntrotn anythiyvverued. .'
cumulation of the water to produce the and St. Vim-i-nt and indeed nearly it No Time Your very truly JOSEPH S. KEY,
explosion. This doubtless caused Mont to Lose tAoio Blslop Southern Methodist Church.) Pastor cf St. Paul (Church

Pelee's terrific outburst though there You cannot afford to disregardthe _
t vr'E
seem to have been connected with it tSOUJRIERENrS warnings of a weak and ;

some phenomena not usually attending diseased heart and put off tak-

Jr/ volcanic! eruptions. Ponderous masses t '+ ing the prescription of theticorld's WINCtlf Tf !!

of the top and sides of the mountain greatest authority on

were blown off by the immense pressure heart and nervous disoru:. jMie'sHert -

from below, scattering the debris : FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
t, .'141 'd .. Cure.If
great distances. With the explosion 90AAE6+riD1rT5 .' !,"Nw "New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"you

apparently came a ilood of sulphurous RKnnunD i ; your heart palpitates, flutters, r d" oIIIIM ft.l'-V! 'j ...""' __ -

gas, a cyclone of flame and a sea of
or are short of breath have '
lava and rock ... ,,, you } are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition -
I
!t smothering spells, pain in left 1'
I F Martinique's'olcauic the kind that shoots where
earthquake side shoulder
I or arm, you have It : you .
t I t' record up to the last destructive: heart trouble and are liable to 'm..Jj
Winchester
buy Factory
!, :,1 burst was in brief as follows: In 1727 drop dead any moment. F : point your gun,

. ":. there was what a historian describes N ND 80nnon.l JIrBDNNDPME/ a .Y' Major J. W. Woodcock one of the f : Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," l loaded with J
: .o best know on
in the
,as a "dreadful earthquake lasting f i ti dropped dead operators from heart diao3.frecently country -\ l Black( powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded:
ro
.tti hours," but he docs not state rite loss r '9, at hi: home in Portland ud.,
i + ;d .. while mowing his lawn.-I7i Prat.Mrs. l with Smokeless. Insist having Winchester'
f of life, if there was any. In 1767, howtver. po M. A. Watkins \. Y., I upon .

,. an earthquake is briefly recorded whose portrait heads this advertisement R', factory Loaded Shells, and accept no 01! el s. ,''
; "I write this
that resulted in the l loss of 1 .0l1O human says: : hrot.gh grat
f tl h} itude for benefits I from
A Rrsr oN j jf 1 received Dr. ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM
lives In 1771.* there was another filyARlall iKvrsron y .r Miles' Heart Cure. I had palpitationof 4 ...
,
f ...
: r-- ""T' r' ::n. ;
earthquake that destroyed the island's ,, ,r r the heart, severe pains: under' the i. &: :t9 Kf ft-, :
CAtUAGflArNcaoaer left shoulder, and my general healthwas -
.
4' fortifications. In ISol the big volcano miserable. A few bottles of !Jr.

terrorized the island forth Miles'Heart Cure cured me entirely.
by belching ; FJfev" Cure ; ,
Sold by all Druggists s Kidney f 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE
hue; volumes of smoke and ashes, aecouipatued -
1UP OF ST. VIXCEXT.not Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. r es kidssy s and> U&dzzs tight. |
by the most threatening quite all of these re-silt- .\II!iIIt's

oars:; and rumblings.; The town of St. -_. --- --. -
'" ) are volcanic! formation. and t'uthe

. r .t l' Pierre and the surrounding country ory is held that the entire cluu'i is uudiriroin Corn and Oats mgb a J

1.- oli UVWl're coveredith a layer of ishes. ; ;; a chanw; from island to ( vii PURINAIs ,
'
\ \ Uinirre. oT ttA.' then the mountain has uttered. I thll'ntal.truc.turp.: as is Japan and TRY

1'\ ,,\ lion \,ins. wa.. Iii less alarming mutterings, est : that ultimately they will form one TRADE MARKS
Sold !in
only
. .:" --ti-Bi\;: e. It 'Ylew rd long about 1S7- but the late I I Itodv in*tP:1fi of dJ .:tinrt! i.Imd!' rnti! PURINA DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS &c.

. ,f.e qtr Ure. Bjias teen the most disastrous I Sacks like thisMr ) Anyone sending iketch ana desenpt. uaj

1 '' <.s \ ,rt b ifice will l bfxrjv ;:.j'' \.1" 1 !ha I quickly invention ascertain is probably our p.vlentabie.opinion free G aiiuumca-6eiher ao
'
: Th Pelee, whose height has beew.t ., ; t I achIknts I A sa for sent lions free.nnctly Oldest confidential agency for Handbook securing on poteats.Patents

;' ce { &ly put at from -1,-IIIO to 5,"O-i.l. ve.'I': It. s,. tptaat Patents notice taken, witlwut through charge Munn, la the 4 Co. receive
'it F ti
1i i
"i t has had several I dead eratftc ,''r ;1tle. It.Ie tren.'QU tt n? d Qed ''I to Ja'I9 KEY AND CHECKEROONALLUCK8..- {lilll/
E Sci ntific i merica
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1 at they WfiiCh formed the basins of Ert i I ;' ht Ys Bought keeps 0 I .
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r you; rs j Working handsomely illustrated weekly. T. reest dr.culation .
\ ;q ekes. One of those lakt'sV .g I r ft-' otJ5 I ; of
ing jv parfa 1\Q : not trio: ,=--"-".. 1", 4;,r..r toyed I any Bcientiflo-lQnrn&l. Terms $3 a
year.foar months,flrft
a 3ti--V will _- jr EM sir sonrt \e1fldea.leJ'
..i.(11Sland beautiful. The waf vus taste surer r !d res ll M k.I. .
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.;t : ,c :, rnEjmR: D.A STAB(FRIDAY; MAY :30; 1902! 7VE3T '';

'"

( INDIAN I The Coal r Strike.The Telephones. for Armies.At . "1
N CARIES.f .
- -. -- .- . ,,' -:. :.' S
) ' - - - - --- -- -
\ I states of J Pennsylvania New the forthcoming,French army maneuvers I - :

*:*.a .Description of a Race Wiped Out In St. York and New Jersey- will be the most the new field telephone syStem s ,-
'
seriously affected by the strike of the CharoIIois will have a thorough -y, Rp1P49WPRMPM.1. -J'
Vincent .
anthracite coat "n: lDer .- so.,far, as .thp I trial says the Washington Post. The 1 CASTORIA

In a book called "The Storied West shutting off of the supply.of hard coalis I. Inventor Captain 'CharoIIois, claims 1i I ..

Indies:T written by Frederick A.'Ober concerned, says .the; 'Philadelphia that moving bodies of troops hot more i '1;.

and*published by D. Appleton & Co.. Public, Ledger. These three states in than six to seven miles apart can be 1

t there'appears descriptions of the .Ca> 1901 consumed 65.23 per cent,'or nearly connected by telephone iby his simple For Infants and Children.
III IIIIIIIiIII aIIlllllllf/bllIIIII LIB 'll iil 'It
I 111IIIII
IIII II'
35.000.000; tons of the entire produc the -- -- :
ribs the last strong wire laid on ground. Whether - --
survivors of which race -
tion of 51000.000 tons. The New-Ens the wire is walked on or' tramped
in St Vincent island have been 'wiped I i
land states consumed 15 per cent orover on doesn't make the least difference; it The Kind You Have
out of existence by the recent volcanic
8.000.000 tons: the western states will operate as long as the ground Is

eruptions. 11.06 per cent or 6,500,000 tons; the dry. .

; >*ln the" last Decade of the fifteentb southern states 4 per cent or over In wet weather the wire is to be placed t i, i_ I IdIpItlll! II !II '-I II, 'll _I.I -!'. I' Always Bought
century, says the author, "the area 2,000,000 tons the Dominion of Canada .
; on trees fences or sticks. The wireis .;
occupied or controlled by the Caribs in J\egefablePrepsrationforAssimilating> -
3.61 per cent or 1.933.000 tons; foreign so thin that a distance of half a mile
the West Indies extended theTood andRe$uta- ,
roughlyspeaking ports 14 per cent, or 75,540 tons and can be covered with wire weighing less
As. from 10 degrees to 20 degrees ting the Stomachs andBowels oft Bears theSignature 1 1
the Pacific coast .04 per cent, or 20.000 than six pounds.No 1j
T north latitude, or from Trinidad .to tons. .
Hispaniola. Their j
original home was All this coal came from the three Loss of Time.

: probably In thenorthern part of South fields of the anthracite region of north- I have sold Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-4 ;
America from the Amazon ,
to Venezuela eastern Pennsylvania, with an area of era and Diarrhoea remedy for years, and Promotes DigestioivCkeiFul- !
la, Caribs being still found in a state less than 475 square miles. Accordingto would rather be out of coffee and sugar ne5sandR cst.Containsneither -.

+ f of savagery In the Guianas... The Span. "Coal Statistics." by Alder and Ru- than it. I sold five bottle of it yesterday OprumlMorpuine nor}fineral.NOTNAHCOTIC. of -

',1 lards have left but scant material for ley. the total production in 1901 was to threshers that could go no farther, ; j

1 an estimate of these people, but prefer distributed by counties' follows: and they are at work again this morning.H. 1

{ ably from a quaint book called the Tons- R. Phelps, Plymouth, Oklahoma.As ...

"History of the Caribby Islands.' pub- Carbon............................... 1,7S1.24 will be seen by the above the threshers -
lished in England more than 200 years Columbia ....... 983.207 were able to keep on with their work )cs rK OldJrstMLXlPIl'CBEllPumpda
Dauphin .. 741.5S1 without losing a single day's time. You acvI.4Ltjerna -
we learn much of their
ago. may ap- Lackawanna 16.154,089Luzernl' should keep a bottle of this remedy in r
-,/ pearance. .. 21,578.125 your home. For sale by Wilson & Son. JioJulIe Salts- In
V , "The English author says: They go Northumberland 4.8S0.137 .

about stark naked-all alike men. wo- Schuylkill 13,406.298Sullhan -1 1For
Skin Ronti.
. 123.929:! Salmon
f torn J'UIl-
men and children. Though: the Christians Susquehanna 543.91S The Eskimos of Alaska n.ake waterproof Clanfifd &,--

have conversed tern much among boots and shirts of the skin of Jt ---r-/7Im.r.. use _
them yet have all their persuasions toLL Total product 60194.530
the salmon.
Induce them to cover themselves been Consumed at mines and sold to perfect Remedy for Constipation -
local trade 6,500,000 Stomach.Diarrhoea.
L to no purpose. * *. Of the thunder Hall and Dumbs. Sour

j which they call God's voice, they arevery Total shipments ....................63,694.530 The plan of destroying hail clouds by Worms,.Cormilsions.Feverishaess Ov'er'Thirty

much afraid and they are prone exploding bombs among them was sug-- and Loss.. OF SLEEP.
' # to leave their houses after the death of
t gested nearly 100 years ago by Professor
A Revelation.If Tac Simile Signature of
1 an inmate. As to division of labor, the Parrot of Riga.
_: men make the hats procure fish and you will make inquiry it will be a Years

". game and some also labor in the fields. revelation to you how many succumb to NEW YORK. \
kidney or Madder troubles in one form or ,
The women attend to the domestic duties
another. If the pitit-nt is not beyond
-' paint their husbands with "rou- medical aid, Foley's Kidney Cure"will W

cou" spin yarn and weave hammocks.1 cure. It never di appoints. Sold by Wil-

"This author mentions a peculiar fact -on & son ASTATHE

: which I also noted when I was living _.

t with the descendants of the Caribs. Turkish Sngplclon. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPEB.Seaboard. J

and that is the Caribs have an ancient Even the highest personages In Tnr- The duel ,?t" -",;P/ ,
in the CCNTJkVR COMPANY NCWTOHH CITY
, and natural language, such as is peculiar I I key are not exempt from suspicion. / dark was a favor- ........ ...--J--1..3..P.:1---- : U'-ll/: ..:!-"'....:.!C'"I.r=.' -- ""-_'" ......
to them and also a bastard speech, : Their movements are watched and reported ite with duelists. :l

with foreign words chiefly Spanish in- to the palace by an army of Two men were

termixed. Among themselves they always spies who swarm in every quarter. locked in a dark

use the natural but in conversing room and crawled
If with Christians the corrupt speech Our First Iron Xalls. stealthily from

The women also have a different speech The first irop nails made in this coun- i corner to corner, The Air-Line Railway !

; r 1' from the men." try were hammered into shape at Cum until made some false
ot
t berlantl.p. L. In 1777. step one
In a chapter on Barbados Tobago them the
r: target C81'ITAI, CITY IIOTJT3E3.
and Trinidad Mr. Ober says: A Lesson In Health. pia '-t for bullet or
"On the windward side of St. Vincent blade.
Healthy" kidneys filter the impuritiesfrom The Shortest Route. The Best Line.
is duel I.
"' a Life a
reside the last remnants of the black the blood and unless they do this 'P
in the dark with
: Caribs. who a hundred years ago gave good heaith is impossible. Foley's Kid
disease. One false mistake DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
one
battle stoutly to the British invaders of net Cure makes sound kidneys, and will step f
and-the attack comes swift and sudden.
their tropical domain. They differ from positively cure all forms of kidney and
The mistake which commonly opens the Including Sundays. \ }|
l: the only other family of Caribs (in bladder disease.! It strengthens the whole way for an attack by disease is neglectof .
Sold Wilson -TO-
in dark of hue ystein. by & Son.
Dominica) being very the symptoms of stomach trouble.

and this is explained by the wrecking Yes-or-Not When eating i| followed by undue full- Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines,
of a slave ship here in the latter part ness, belchings, sour or bitter risings
of the seventeenth century, the survivors "Did she give*" you her answer In so etc., disease is attacking the stomach. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore.
tt many word : The best way to frustrate such an at- .
of the disaster having intermarried -
'No. One word was quite enough. tack is to use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Philadelphia New York
with the native Itidiay In the ,
It diseases of the
Cleveland Plain DraIer.Entomologically.. Discovery. cures
.
year list. after committing great cm stomach and other organs of digestionand Through I'ullman' Sleopers.
cities the black Caribs wire subdued, nutrition, and makes the body

the major portion of them expatriatedto The lightning bug: is.meaner than strong and healthy. Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto l

the coast of Honduras and their The meanest sp;'nmea of man. n I was suffering very much with my head and New Orleans.For .
stomach." writes MrsV.. C. Gill of WeUiuu.
chief. Black Bulla. gibbeted alive in While he has wins and flies around Shelbv Co. Ala. head was so dizzy when I Ulrther information, writeE.
chains suffering terrible torments for His spou:(o. the glowworm, crawls the round would raise up in ocd would fall right back. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pi>s. Agent. A. O. MwDOXELL. (3. i.. 1W: Agent,
Chicago Record-Ilerali Could eat but rely little, in fact scarcely anything Va. i.a khonvilU'
Portsmouth Fla
r a week before he died." ______ __ u__ seemed : ,
there to be a heavy weight mystomach
Wall J.\S. M. BVRII. Cia--PrcMdent and General Manager. P.---n.Ilnth.! Vi: .
Like Stone
Stand a sn T could not restI' hail to belch very-
x often and would vomit ut nearly everything "I ,
Heyeah. a Great Strret. IVtween children and the torture --
your ate. I was in a bad c'million I took four bottles -
I
It i is often n-ked 1 bow Hwh' startling of itching and burning eczema, scaldheadr of Or Pierce's olden Medical Di-ci/very

cure*!, that pnx/V;' the b-M ph\Mcians, are; other kin diseases. How? Why, b\ and now five well of and hit heartI Favorite f earth'sgr'atet
t-nVett'd by Or. KIIIL''s t'1 l>iM-o\ery forconsumption. using ..Bnt.klt.'n'srnica: Salve, and give Dr. Pierce medicines credit for it all. IFYOD .
Hrie' tl.e serretIt cuts healer. Quickest cure for ulcers I had taken medicine from physicians without I
ie\er salt rheum, cut, burns or any beurfit as 1 could see." . I UEi'1Ucm'1I1U ..
out the phlegm and uerm-infected mucus- sure --- - -- --- -- !
enrich allti l brui>e>. Infallible for piles 2oc. at J. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
and lets the life Diving oxygen Adviser is sent free on receipt of stampsto A House Paint that will :
lieaif B. Si-reven's drug store.Continued
4\ vitalize the iiiot i. It the inthiiued, of Send \ 1EY !
I only
mailing f
cough-worn! throat illllUlIngs. Hard colds) -----l&ubil.-- --- 21: one-cent pay expense stamps for the paper*covered wear and look well, usePitkin's !

s and stubborn cough soonield to Dr I I
' She--Mrs. LaSalle is always changing book, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound. .
k- King's New Discou'ry.thf host infallible Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
remedy for all tlim.it: and lung; diseases. husbands. for Gentlemen .1
Guaranteed bottle olV. and) $100. Trial He Yes. She told me she was:: who cherish
T Quality.Sold
bottles free at J. I B. :Sm-ven's. wedded to married life.-Smart Set. EeadyMixedGuaranteed !
.x'J ..T. .. s I

German Urns Store Seeking For-the---Uight Term. <{ 5 5Lift I II ,,

In Germany there is one physician to "A Massachusetts woman has eloped {.J c\ ; I

every 2,05: persons, but only one drugstore with a man half her age." 9 a Premium

to every plat persons. "I thought they called that abduction. i I
I .- "",' \Jlj by I". A. LOSLEY, It. I.. MOTI.OW.
--- a -Cleveland Plain Dealer. >' . ,'t ..YI,1. lit istillf. Florida.
"Wire 1'cnees.Wire # Paint.
I iNone
1 fences tt erl' in limited e in II I
.. .
1Vill Cure Coii uiui>tion. _
the neighborhood of Philadelphia as A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark., writes, "Fo- better made: guaranteed -
used was KIDNEY DISEASES
wire
The
far back as lS1fi. White & Hazel at ley's Honey and Tar is the best preparation WOr-p.A S REl Ef for five ypar

manufactured by for c >n:.!bs, colds and lung trouble. 1 Q f ,
wireworks at the falls of Scliuyl- ; ---- --------- "" --- -
their know that it has cured consumption in ; = :: I IIpitkin's
IA really healthy won::.n has II
kill. the first stage" Sold by Wilson & Son. are the most fatal of all dis
____miioknent. ---- .- --- I tie pain or dNe; .miort at lit-I '

sickness inhuman Doing Her Best. [menstrual pei od. :>'o '\-( : Barn Paint,., eases.
amount of i
The average Mother-Why. what's baby crying I p. KIDNEY CURE Ii
needs i
to have
life !Is nine days out of the any. Wine of

I+ year. about Nurse? -Please, ma'am, I can't catchflies [Cardui i will aquiekly relieve those Is a state Ltrl1 c<)athiir fur barn !i I FOLEY'S I BuarantJid Hemedr (

Sciatic mieuuiatl'iii-- ---(-'urt'tIftt'r Fourteen as fast as he can eat 'em.-Cleveland I I smarting menstrual pains andjj I and roof work: will outlast: any i I I II I I II

Year of Sufferinc. Plain Dealer. [ the drawing: head, buck and other barn paint 011 the mar or money refunded. Containsremedies .

"I have for beenatllieted fourteen years with,"sciatic says rheumatism Josh- ACarelenu Wish. side aches caused by falling <.f ket. Do not accept a Mib.-ti- I recognized by eminent -

Edgar, of Germantown, Cal. "I was able The poet signed; as poets do, [ the womb and irregular menses. tute. A building. of any kind i I physicians as the best for ,1I

'f be around, but constantly sufteied. I "If all my dreams would but com true!" well will la t two and Bladder troubles.
;. to painted, :: or Kidney i iI
Twould be let, doubt,
a no
tried evervthing I could hear of, and at sorry fn S of I
"- last was told to try.Chamln-rlam's Pam Unless fate cut the nightmares-Wtihin.rton out. Star. CiUUihas three times a> long as one left I PRICE SOc. and $1.00. r.I

; Balm, which I did awl l\\asimtnediateiv i brought permanent relief to i! to the mercy of the elements. I I ... :- --- t'OJ
relieved and in a short time cured and I What Is Folej's Kidney Cure & "" ,",;01 AlP 7
_.t' ,!. ; _
.
am happy to say it has n.)t since r tllrn- Answer: It is made from prescription ] 1,000OuO women who suffered COLOR CARDS ON APPLICATION' j - :.:.

ed" \Vhv not use thi:liniment and set of a leading! Chicago physician and one I month. It makes the i' the r orid.:
every
well? It is for sale by WiNonA. ion. of the most eminent in the country. The men- -
-- ----..--- ingredients are the purest that moneycan strual organs strong and health};. :

OASTORX41Bean buy, and are jcientifially combinedto lit is the pro j-itm made bv XlJ, Ceo. W Plm Go piiiii i ii
Haue Boutg11 t Wilson ,
:! : tieBignatnie 1M Kind Yo' Always get their utmo-t value. .S ltl by 1 i hi
ture to
-= & 'Oll. give women relief from W 'I : )
the terrible aches and l mm and KANSAS CITY
cf pains which L i ,f hi, I" 4k 1 1I.
Onloni.
-- D
-
- ---- -- [blight; so many homes. Feed cleht tit. ttto
-- excellent (
.
Onions are regarded as an
StoeL Ingtt. GKEEXW LA., Oct.U,1:100. ADMIMSTUATOK'N NOTICE lit ll'n .
'Bliblng Silk other oop .. ("
nerve tonic, but peculiarities I
some "
... ,
I have been sick for time. u. .
very some : w h. .
Silk stockings should l>e washed In I1 taken with Notice i* .IOUe .tM"ei.tO 1\\ ..... i-
counecteji with them are prfjudl- was a severe pain in my :e \ /,: nthatsisaosoftw' well d,j of "
; t tepid water with mild soap. Rinse cial to their use even for this i.u f.-ttws: side I tied and a bottle could of not Wine get any of Cardai.relief uiu.Be- final actor 'oce'. )f &, ......irehooi ]D' o "cw- tnatta : 1

them In several waters. Shake them -or-2 I had taken all of it I was relieved Penney t.h0t:Marro?Sidee, store, two Ktart't '
well and roll them in a cloth to dry Buckeye State. i t.. sut m?dto .a- *hat you have a Florida:tojr ; seCtlc de- Ricl''QJld 1% MULE'tillat' ,'1 ,+

after pulling them into shape. Ohio was early called the f fCUul' Yotyl'. istrator of rJWWHteeoak, ,}"rtd pa1 AND FE:* '
lil! i tic l e1S\ndlJates wiltI sand \:;
,: ki deceased, of iuty. fl\ i 39'F01 "
.
,,, State, tf" Vue being derived tro I J, ge \; BILLS DO
... for costiy ess, I icy jvagaina opportunityelr. ,r1l p' i ,
r y th edy presen/ >great forest Il I ator of L.frs iSn.el, ce, 'ttaa. Iz
iandLirerTabfe'is. Hofv !. j'ii \ ue tions 01 Ex.Offi\u'\'i1'. .
.. . : T'k L I opes. g: .1 1P ;eealln reES
: '. ti cen+ - .. AirtH a ..tvuCJ and lard .. .t Peters.Tit.,. .ra fiat, .l l alas",Grob' k_ TRY '
& :1 This t "' raminei, ub .,,,\ .le. Pant'; I /

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8 THE-FLOBIDX. 1 'STAR.PRIDAV.;*_ *. *:*. *MAY-- ?On 1902.* ,\ t #. I
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# COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MELBOURNE.* IT.TOOK 25 YEARS .TO.FIND. OUT THAT 4L
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'WILLIAM'HINDLE,-Undertaker and En. De1ightr fehowera last Monday, :which BUILT TYPEWRITERSWERE ,UPSIDE DOWN. t.r!
U.. '; 'banner. Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup '. were much needed.
".: plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing -
; The THE VISIBLE WRITING
:3 _' i.--:: !' of Every Description. Agent for Beverid Nicholson _Brothers are runningthe
i' .' ., :. Steam Cooker. fiber factory full time. OLIV'ERTYPEWRITER.

-.. ;,' FEANK.LIPP-Practical Shoemaker.. Forty IIOIALj Dr L. APe k has made several pro- e,

., .t ;. years experience all kind of repairing fessional calls to Eau Gallic lately.

:. ._ done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's Mr. Nathan has treated, the
Downey
' shoes made to order. ,
, M. E. church to a fresh coat of paint.
," GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable Is built right side np where the work is insight
f.i'j.HI;. .;" .Store for good, fresh and reliable goods,j Grandma Oslin was ill' for a few days, It is a light compact simply constructed -

., such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, BakingPQwder but we are glad to learn she is better. durable machine-easily learned operated
. Hats,Trunks and a, full line of Groceries. and cleaned;aligns perfectly,and needs
'f;. "' '. Mr. Will Scott has finished paintinghis least repairs
JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. yacht Ruth, and she looks trim in her
x ) ; Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront
Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by i new white dress. 1 l otirtblit v
x the week or month.MELBOURNE Mrs. Ainsworth and Mrs. G. F...Paddison 1l'

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Most healthful I of Eau Gallie, were pleasant visitorsin Wrecked !

town Monday.Mr. .
'i 'II
I. +
- : ., MELBOURNE STATE BANK,MELBOURNE, Your home and
.' FLA.-F..H. Fee,president; C. M.Horton, R. A. Conkling brought ripe blackberries I i u.itur{ R should be protected property by....
cashier. Every courtesy extended consist leavener in to town I lat Saturday, grown on } .
conservative banking.
ent with
his Silver Oak garden. Insurance

ECZEMA RE3IEDY. Rev. Stuart Martin of Merritt I\ *
,
the world. pave V ] I a I II from FIRE LIGHTNING ;
DANVILLE, PA., Jan. 7th, 1902. most interesting sermons last Sunday in "I I and CYCLONES. The ex- .'
they church.Mr. ?? pense is small compared to f
The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Balti Episcopal j
the risk of .
Goes farther. M a catastrophy )f
S.- more, bid.Gentlemen Sherman Snedeker is kept busy lhi///I/// ytit;. ;, like this. Write to or ask #

"'. : I have had. an aggravated these days. His fine horses and carriageare ss &
.' I case of eczema for over twenty-five years. a credit to our town. Schuyler Branning Titusville, ,.;
F My hands were unsightly great part of I'rioe S97.5O. for reliable information, '" '

u :" that long period. I have used seven fifty- Mr. Claude Beaujean spent three days rates, etc., etc. . . . . 1 .
/ W. S. BROKING Agent for Braid Co
of Sulphur of this week at Ankona the of Hon.C. I'
fi cent. bottles, and one jar your ROYAL BAKING POfDER, CO.MEW VOMC. guest ,
a Ointment,and now I feel as though I hada - T. McCarty and family.Mr. Sold to responsible parties for $25 cash and R. L. MOTLOW
brand new pair of hands. My case has $10 monthly payments. Other make machines
been such an aggravated one;it has cured which his going has forged, and the glittering Alden Hadley left on Saturday on taken in part payment.

z me, and I am certain it will cure anyone stars will shine the brighter for a visit to DeLand, where he will- attend ALL UP-TO-DATE BUSINESS MEN eeoe

' if they persist:; in using Liquid Sulphur ac- his going. The bereaved parents have the the Stetson commencement.Miss SHOULD USE THE OLIVER. o o fs 1' '

: cording to directions. BUTLER EDGAB.Paragraphs sincere sympathy of the entire community Jean Miller is home after several .
o 1m n ::4&&: 1 i
and more especially those who have months absence. Her many Melbourne EAST COAST MEAT MARKET o !

passed through a like affliction. "Asleepin friend are glad to see her bright face.
l R RIPPLES.r r'
RIVER[
INDIAN N ;
.a Jesus, blessed sleep!" Mr Charless Mosstman has started a G. F. DUREN, Agent, : .

new industry in Melbourne. He is manufacturing
:,: rersonal and Newey Briefs LAND FOR SALE.
!
palmetto brushes of many
:,' .f at Towns Along the Coast. Forty,acre tract of land fronting on St kinds. Florida
,. Lucie river, about a mile and a half from W1NF3IIIIUQUO

, ri'-:,' F COCOA. Jensen station. Particularly well adaptedto Turtle eggs are found at Melbournebeach and I

1 growing pines. Some improvementson these lovely moonlight nights.
: R. F. Jones is slowly improving.
Mrs.. the place. Fronts on the county roadon There is lots of fun for those who hunt \YestenJleats ,

i Mr. Alien, of the Hillside dairy, is on the north. For further informationand them.

'. 1 the sick: list. price, address Lock Box B, Titus Capt. .Alex. J. Goode has returned to f
ville Fla.
i (, Mrs. Jalma Lapham has been visiting his home in Melbourne from Hobe of allKinds. i

: friends here. KOCKLEDGE. x sound, where he has spent the past few I

:. Mr. Raulerson, of Fort Pierce, was in"r' Mr. J. J. White is making preparationsfor months. .
FINE WHISKIES i WINES BRANDIES
'. town yesterday. the erection of his new six-rooin cot Hotel Carleton is closed for the sum- ,
mer, but the McBride house and Gibbs GINS BOTTLED BEERS.
i Threatening rains fail to fall. Rain is tage. :
: Louse still their share of
are receiving
,. very much needed. Messrs. Frank and Charley Hatch have boarders.Mr. Titusville, Florida. I i TITUSVILLE and COCOA.

returned from their visit to the Banana .,
from illness -- - - - - -
F: Mrs. Joyner has recovered an river section. and Mrs. Thomas Chaffee and Mr.

;r .. "' of several days. and Mrs. Grofcbeck are still enjoying life
Mrs. J. E. Bettler is somewhat under Jas. Pritchard & Son ,
Mrs. Jones, of Titusville, is visiting in Melbourne. They are always among ;
the weather. This climate does not seem w.
S' Mr. Sanders' family. the last to go north.
S to agree with her.
:.. / Mrs. Thomas' cottage is much improved Mr. F. C. Conkling is fencing in his HeadquartersHAHDWARF
Mr. M. C. Salmon is improving his for . . .
i-;: I by the recent addition. town lots near the Episcopal church, and
time during the absence of his wife
by
y. dealing and preparing the land for fruit
,r Miss Brad, of Titusville, has been at giving his residence a coat of paint.A and ornamental trees.

.:. the Jarvis house this week.
number of to be
improvements are :\ M. Goode has returnedto
i" t a: Mrs. Bisbee and Miss Stewart, of Lotus, made on the Day place this summer. Mr. Margaret ,
her pleasant Melbourne home after
: were in town on Tuesday. E. W. Schuyler has charge of the work.
spending sometime in Ro&elandih her ...Tinware, Crockery; Stoves...
; :. i 1. Mrs. Albert Taylor is convalescent, Clarence with
Boyett is quite ill feverat daughter, Mrs. L. C. Moore. .
I. J after several weeks' sickness. the htme of his brother Walter, out at Boat Goods, Paints Oils,
:Mrs. Laura Adams deft last week for
t' ;. : Some of the teachers are nervous over the junction. Dr. Hnghlett has the case her home in Fieemont Ind. She will be andVVOODENVV
[ in charge.Mr. .
r: f the approaching examination. missed Me'bourne by her son, Leon ARE.WJ .

K Mr. T. welch, the route agent for the and Mrs. J. J. White returned on Adams, and alto:; by her many friends. ite for prices.

; 1 here this last Saturday from Palm Beach, where
: : Southern Express company, was
1 One evening last week a jolly party of TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
t week. they were visiting relatives. Mrs. White'smother ,.
., I. about twenty young Melbourne people Box 212.
''' Mrs. Bellows returned with
,
!': Fred Travis has put a billiard and pool took a trip by moonlight: Melbourne: -
them to spend the summer.
_i table in the cottage, front of the resi- beach in Mr.V.. T. Well's fast launch. JAMES PHITCHARD.President.. W. M. BROWN. Vice-President. C. S. SCHUYLEH. Cashier
Mr. F. F. Taylor left last week for
dence. Miss Watkins niece of )Ir M. Nicholson
a :; -
his home at Pierson, Mich. Mrs. Ta'lorhaving
,
J The home talent is studying "The gone some time since with her who has spent several pleasant INDIAN RIVER STATE BAKICounty

Breakers," to be given at the opera house weeks with relatives in Melbourne, left
daughter, Mrs. Peck, and family, to Pe-
at an early date. last Friday for her home in Detroit,
tosky. Mr. Taylor will join her later. Depository.
{1 Miss Jessie Sanders came in from De Midi.
I Judge Everett, the Rockledge mail Authorized
carrier Capital$100,000.
Land on yesterday. She has been therein Percy Hadley said good bye to his Melbourne -
is going to tnild himself home
school for several months. a on friends last Tuesday, and startedfor Paid up Capital, $ 25,000.
his lot out at the junction, and now he is
i) Dr. Hughlett is having his residence in search of a young wife to help him enjoy his home in Monrovia, Ind., but we Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS .

moved into the centre of his lot, and pre- it. A good chance for some dusky hope to see the Hadley family return A ry "

paring to build a fine addition. damsel to fit herself into the matrimonialgroove early next fall.

6 Mrs. C. S. Schoomaker is in St. Augustine with a high-sounding title to Mr H. O. Snedeker and daughter General Banking Business

r for treatment with Dr. Worley. Blam'he, Mrs. Mack and daughter Edith,
f boot.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Castle have been Largest and Oldest
t What is home without a mother? and Mrs.A. D. Baldwin left enjoying -
yesterday the past week on the spa shore at Bank 011 the nin l'. "'
Capt. and Mrs. McIntyre: of Miami, the 2Jth, for their home in New Eat Melbourne.Mr. .

stopped over m Cocoa en route to Daytona Haven. The colonel says he would like Exchange Bought and Sold on r'

for a few days' visit with their to spend the summer here, but the women W. S. VanMatre left on Tuesdayfor all Foreign Countries.

friends, Mr. and M is. W. G. Paterson. folks want to go home. lIe bas his I his home in Indiana. lIe came to
little granddaughter :Miss Bald- Meiliourne last fall in health, Patronage apprrri.itctl. Prompt v'rn i-
Sophia very |poor
i Dr. Daniel to leave polite treatmeritaud every favor'uu isll'ut
expects on a professional I
I II
visit to Fort Pierce tomorrow (Saturday : win, with him the past season. The early I and has iml'wWIIcry much by spending with conservative banking granted.CORHESPoXDEXTS T R
fall will find them back again. most of his time out door. : $
), where he will\\\ be gone about a
month. Mrs. Daniel and the children __ u. . Mr. Joseph Conkling was in town Saturday Seaboard National Bauk of New York _' ,
ami National Hank of J.u kvunillcTITUSVILLE, "$ :_
1- will accompany him. calling on some of his many Melbourne -

How To friends, who were delighted to FLORIDA.
.." Mr. E. P. Porcher will leave the first of ,
tee him back here after an absence: of
next week for Jacksonville to which
,
nearly two years in college at Kimberlin
place he will remove his office as general

t' agent of the:!. R. and L. W. P. Gt association Gain FleshPersons I, IItight8, Tenn.-- -. - -- The Lamp of Steady Habits

for the summer, or shipping season.
j "The Volcano's I Deadly Work From the i ii r n. The lamp that doesn't flare up or Miii>k<>. or e Hot days, these! The palm! fan and have been known to i 1 Fall of Pompeii to the Destruction of M. - to u-<-burI l.iiu-n.i;.. ; the lamp tn.it! )lit, .I-.j; 1 \\two r
:, t. yiu .'ti' .UJ.f! 1 M!I.\. -_'"od; tliI.tii|> that Jon lltcfuU.-
negligee garments are very much in evi- !Pierre>, by Prof. Charles Moirte, I.L. IXi .r. -

dence. Tuesday night was the warmestwe gain a pound a day by takingan i i Mo-t: intensely! interi"-tiui;; bonk ever pub -I f1 Inert btN eyouhavetthat ; tJ 1

have experienced in some time. The ounce of SCOOTS EMUL. i i lishl>d. Complete, thrilling: and accurate &1, 3W Rocfoster. ..

a customary breeze delayed its coming un- !ON. It is strange, but it often ; account of greatest disaster: that ever he '* VP' .|=* Oth'. rlanpsmld-lxs ofTerfl 1 \'''u "juntas p nMI"l -;-
til late hour \ ._ -.Y tht y may IKm some res'rt.but f>-r all around g'H.rt-
but it'
a arrive ed at last and happens. I tell the human race-greater even than >v*4-.7 intin'rt-'s onlne.. Tin .Vuo IIJl'I.t. r. T. Illako
relieved the oppression. I'omiHMi. Tells how Martinique, one of f -lIr.* the lamp offered :you is"eiiinnIm.k! for the nails .

? Miss Carter is making Somehow the ounce produces i the not beautiful Hands in the world, f3- !) on it ; e\-n lamp has it. OX; Varieties) ,:6 j V(! .
quite of
a success $ Old J.. ; ::\Iule K"OAV. "A
< ; ninpo.
$" her boarding house. She does this as she the pound ; it seems to start the I -suddenly; transformed into a vesi-iI /;5"i pi ..an Inl <'\'.'r\. l.u. [I'.want. o'lIat"'r.twll..r yoU V .... I,
does everything else-with her whole I table ht"ll.bout .300 pages, profu-ely ,-,.'*':a 'YJ'e: : /10'\\ lamp..r .tn.-r. an Uhl) Ollt' r. j airtl l ..r rt-iin- Ii.'j' .
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digestive machinery -:, .. < I
going f 'f i '
properly '1 J" i V.IMmi HIP'I l nr tlifriiidkf 1 1.unp ran-f"rUl- ** -
heart in it. What illustrated\ with photographs taken Beforeand .. "_"....
:, a pity that she is not : pt'. '! ,. ,' rW "' u!?; a NOW Rochester can A u it. Let US / --
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still at the head of our schools. She has so that the patient is able : after di a tcr. Practically only ")IarI :1' ....:*ft*?* ", :'iM' "lIIf.r'\1r": iii" thl'su 'jii-t, >< -::: I
I We are SPECIALISTS in the treatment ol diseases ol'L _
the great faculty, so necessary to successful to digest and absorb his ordinary tinique book' in the field! for everyone v Lamps. Consultation FkLC ''

teaching, of bringing out all there is fcod, which he could not do be.i i now insists on having I'mf. Moms' book, '"R"_ THE ROCHESTER LAMP CO., :Z* I'arJ..I'lace.t C3Barclay St.. Xew York.

in a pupil, and making them self-reliant. : and no other. Best author, largest book,
fore, and that is the way the gainis I best illustrated, scientifically accurate. .. . I
W. L. -
. Dr. Hughlett expects to leave in made. I Price, :$1.50.:: Agents wanted. Enormous
: ' to attend the INVENTORY
few days American
a SALE.
congress -
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P profits for those who act quickly. Most
5, \ of tuberculosis, which convenes in A certain amount of flesh is
i liberal term Outfit 10 cents. Don't losea
. I .. pf'.i? New York city on June 2nd, as one of necessary for health ; if you have minute. Send for outit immediately,

, c '. .two delegates from Florida, the other be- I 1 C. I,. Cull) Ceiling, at 10.00 per M. ,
' not got it you can get it by I and be at work. The chance a life-time
"ADr.
\; ? i. Liel, of Jacksonville. The con- i I Cull Flooring at 812.00
I for making money. Clark & Co., 222 S. per M.
\ it inrl.eot; y, c will be in session three days. The taking
tiOfi 4th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1 Common Rough Boards, at 813.00 M.
'V\ ins Wa.. probably take his usual sum- per

. 't : .:1\t\M}e. It Rllf.'iIl at this time, and,improver ''' OII'c' --=mUISIOn I: FOIL SALK CHEAP FOIL CASII. i A. & B. Matched Novelty Siding, at S1G.OO per M.

:. ;:kr str reo to visit his ohkVirgyaJar. -I ; About SS acres of good high land on 1 Orange Boxes, cheap to close them out.

"ce. willl Jtr \ ,.f1 tn the east or ocean side of the Indian.; I A Tangerine Boxes, cheap to close them out.

Y r.ThI Life Jimmie, the baby boy of ) I. t"f'y fcj /rnach I at the Narrows n, described as follows', 'I' S3? J 1 Bean Crates, cheap to close them out.
krs. P. lingering tli t a: ve InuLi It, s<*j&erm in summa No.,3, sech"" II 'nt "SM e/
J. Cooper, bj"t
i:!. ce \ Now is the time
t low.
\ buy
pre. i le to :; .in,1'1 r"in c.,.y ,
buildi. ,assed away into the great beyond / FI' 1 a rc thriving upon I i Ja

Jt them,,.. '' to await the coming of the.loved J>i uu1 r'r o.. p becat{ht| ,weather warm, Th1 cater;! I"I ,0 ,) Sul dreg I Iv- 4eO.

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