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: June 27, 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: VID00632
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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l/ 1:. ':.,:,. 6 THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1902. .

r r.f' CORONATION 10KfNS edges giving the names of the sovereigns A At Dawn. Are You Going Away H. A. HODGES,

and the dates of the king's birth 'Tis fun In summer time to rise

'.!" accession and coronation. Op the reverse Up at the break of dawn For the Summer? Satsuma nIghts, Fla.
=' : And with the clicking mower clip
1 ,
: f" .' Loyal Britishers Wearing: American Made with the and Manufacturers of
side are the royal arms, The whiskers on the lawn. Dealer in
'. .' Souvenirs. THEN GO TOSeabreeze
the The air is fresh and cool and pure,
king's various titles. Judging by
j: k Special Correspondence of The Florida Star The exercise Is great YELLOW PINE
; ; :' number of medals that have been re- And one can cut a lot of grass CYPRESS LUMBER
: London, June 16.-With the return to From four AND
I ceived, the king seems determined to o'clock to eightWhat
f :; t' America of the thousands of visitors distribute widely these tokens of his matters it, though neighborsswear
Fruit and Vegetable
: t to the coronation ceremonies It is certain favor H. A. BRUCE.ComblneWlIl .
/ And try to stop their ears?
ft' that the United States will receive The man at work upon his lawn S -
More Good'Roads Finer Beach for Estimates furnished for complete bills of

f ; a full quota of the many and va- I THE I l LARGEST I OF f DRY DOCKS.NewShlpbatlding K Although Their comments they fume never and hears.fuss and fret Bathing, and Better Fishing, than at any lumber be delivered at any point ou the
:;: '. ried souvenirs that have been prepared It doesn't bother him other Resort in Florida. East Coast.

k.;; : for the occasion. The situation And so be twists the mower round I \
Erect And shoves it-with a vim. TUT D. L. DOD O\,
The Clarendon Inn I
It will
; have a humorous aspect owing to It on Staten bland Shore. .
; 'the that of the buttons Oh yes, it's fun to stir your blood
r . fact flags, New York Is to have the largest And cultivate brawn
1. your Dentist.Office .
F t: f spoons, medals, etc., that the American drydock in the world. Plans ha{e been By rising with the sun to mow and ,

The whiskers: on your lawn at residence just south of courthouse.
.1.. t prepared and property is now being And even though the neighbors' eyes The Breakers Only first class work, at greatly -

,L II acquired, says the New York Herald. Are sleepless, open wide; ,, reduced prices.TITUSVILLK. .
i>, j' t Don't let the thought disturb your joy
More than this those responsible
; FLOHinA.
j tNm The law is on your side.Somerville '
'r.t would not say the other day. It is -!:: (Mass.) JournaL The two largest and most commodious
Summer Hotels at Seabreeze, will be under -
:- "l". .;," known, however, that the dock is to NOTICE.To .
;,to.-- : the exclusive management of COL.
'. the eastern shore of Staten Giant Dees. whom it Take notice that .
\. be built on C. C. PO-5T during the summer season of may concern:
,> C1 y Island not far from quarantine. Thisis The giant bees of India build combs tOO:: aided by a competent corps of experienced six months after date I will apply to the lion '
: 1 ten feet in height. A. D. Penney, County Judge of Brevard
.I't ., i iti' of the enterprises! contemplated I assistants, assuring the best !
; ( ,: only one county, for my final discharge as guardian of i
i' ; l service and every attention to guest of the minor children of J. T. 1
i' .''' by the organizers of the ship Happy Time In Old Town. the property ;-

: \ -. 1-. ,: building combination. Concerning the "We f'It'elY happy," writes II N. PROF. LANDOLTS ORCHESTRA, Price,,William deceased Cleveland to-wit: Thomas.and Curly Agnes Price., Isabella ;'

f'I drydock Lewis Nixon said: Itevill, Old Town, Ya., "when BuckleiTs E. L MOTLOV, ,
I..,.. f. "It is true that a great drydock, Arnica. Salve wholly cured our daughter Brought from New York to the Colonades Guardian for aid Minors : t

k'. !. I ,, probably the greatest in the world will of a bad case of scald head" It delight last winter, will play twice each day dur- Titusville, Fla., April 25th, 1902. ,t '
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all who it for burns bruises ing the season.A -
: use corns, ,
be constructed here. New York cityand
[i k I boil, ulcers, eruption Infallible for >
i[.". p the steamship lines that run to Room for children.
L".<"., c piles. Only _1c. at J. B. Screven's drug RRY1 SEfDtJ :
1'r.'. ; this port will have cause to be thank store. s
!E-; ; t ; ful for the formation of the shipbuilding Rates*:2.00: to 2 50 per day" ; 10.00 to \
l $1: OO week. t
per r
$- } combination for the reason that in );milt )I t'. ;,- For
Special rates to families for the season.
.' I ti. r'f. the near future it can no longer be said Father (calling from head of stairs The Farmer

t...'. l. that in this, the world's greatest harbor at 11:30 p. m.i-Fanuy. don't you think: Address C. C. POST, .
a; !
The Gardener
!; i.i I the largest ship afloat cannot be It's about time to go to !bed? Seabreeze s Fla. I
: 41R and [ 11
.: ,. ; /. docked or --repaired. Fanny Yes, papa, dear. What on
The Housewife
:c. I I The firms in the new combination are earth keeps you up so late? Vf 7AUK II. JONES !
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!: f mxtillv the Union Iron works of San Francisco They eost a liter more. 'I't y .
worth a g.ur d. rl ni+aeo
: ''f the Bath Iron works limited Was W'aotlllay. than the urduiar) kutri. ' -" I ; EEAL ESTATE, AND INSURANCE, Liu' annual tree.D. \
, tl "( i and the Hyde Windlass company of The following letter from Robert 11. M. FERRY & I

\-' 1 Bath, Me..; the Crescent shipyard and Watts, of Salem Mo is instructive: "I LOANS AX}) COLLECTIONS, Detroit, Mich. '' ,

- ; ( I the Samuel L. Moore & Sons have been troubled with kidney dis'ea'f
i ; t companyof
f For; the last five wars. I lost flesh and TITUSVILLE, FLA. as
N. J. the Eastern
10. Elizabethport. : .
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f .J ) never felt well, ami doctored with lead- I II
.. Shipbuilding company of New London, I
,, inir: physicians anti] tried all remedies suggested -
:. '',I 1h4 Conn.; the Harlan & Ilollingsworth without relief. Finally I tried Fo- Hodgson Bros.,

( I company Wilmington n, Del., and the ley's Kidney Cure, and less than two hot-

, ;:i \ Canda )Manufacturing company of.. tles: completely cured me and I am now EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. : PURINAFOR

L Carteret, N..1.Continuing sound and well." Sold by Wilson & Son.
: SOUYEUR COBOXAT1ON SPOOX. his talk concerning the

I:.'. :::1 visitors will bear home with them a combination, Mr. Nixon said: "From A ou'I Automobile. GeneralSHIP Merohn1s1 I
'I .
', '" + goodly proportion has been manufactured the nature of shipbuilding conditions The largest automobile in the world i In Lbs.tUBAT
r )I in the \' to which in this country this combination is not i is being constructed for a Parisian doc I Hard

f'i they will be returned as curios. How for the purpose of putting up prices or tor. In it, accompanied by two medical -. CHANDLERS. I

in restricting By students be intends to make
/ any way production. a trip
r this state of affairs has come about is
! economical and efficient management around the world. It will have two Work.
: I an interesting story.
1 S it will be able to reduce the cost of sleeping apartments a large workroom Special facilities for Repairing and Stor- i
f, ., American firms are in a position to and the value of ing Yachts and Launches. I
production, the larger/ and f ur big tanks for storing oil. ;_ THE FEED
r ," turn out beautiful, well finished articles will _--- --
the work in hand the more fully - Marine 1i 1wr8y. THAT SAVES
4 in the souvenir: line at a rate that the advantages of the co-operative Dnrim:! the simmer kid Imey irregularities I M.ydLMILLS
.j' baffles their combination be realized. are often caused by excessive drinking I
i f. competition by European B tr a
or being overheated. Attend to the :
I rivals. For some time British patriotism "When the combination is actually
kidney at OUCH liy using FoleyVKidnev Weed Seed
f:: formed, it will start with contracts:: aggregating Beggar ;-,
+ hung in the balance with commercial Cure. :Sold by Wilson:; it Sun.
. $3 .OOU.OOO. which will bo . .. r i iI
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t instinct, but when it was discovered '
cleared from the books within three i
r i by the English dealers that their Mountainous olh'la.Boli'ia VELVET BEANS
di- ,
years. No other industry can so is' the most mountainous: t
,t ,:'1 home manufactories would be totally States I I
... rectly benefit the United generally country in the world, and that portionof MAGAZINEA
inadequate fill the demand all hesitation as one successfully carried out And a general \list of Garden and
'I l
the chain known as the Cordillera FAMILY LIBRARY :
_. '::: . vanished and American enter on the lines we propose. de Ie I'az is a colonnade! of pure white Field Seed f

. I prise carried the day. "More directly will New York be summits extending IIKVO than UiO fil') Beet :in G'jrreat Literature 1 ,

.- t', The city is now gay with bunting benefited than any other city. That is miles almost in a (i ii 'a"' line. Prices on application. :2 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY
because its to I
t greatness depends
made in Philadelphia, badges from
wonderful extent its foreign
-'f'' ,. Newark \. J., are being hawkwl on the upon THE GRIPPING BROS. GO I :PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS I II
1.i' trade. It is a fact that we have long

i' : r streets medals from Attleboro, Mass., been ashamed to confess that while we "if'Nobility I $2.50 PER YEAR; 25 CTS. A COPY I II

, .. If will be presented by the king to his have here the best harbor in the world Pomona Nurseries: : I MO CONTINUED STORIES

I t ,, : favored guests, and coronation pins !. which is visited by the largest hips JACKSONVILLE:; FLA. I'' ERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF 'I

I ''I t have been supplied by the factories of afloat, we have not the means of dockIng LI
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I i i several cities in the United States. or repairing those ships. That condition -

The foreign! flagmaking industry will bo remedied, and, as I have t Poley's KidneyfCure I, 50 YEARS .

a told a drydock will be built in _f.. I EXPERIENCE
.! found its first great boom in trfe days you '!: .''' 2.'.;, nrra and blar'aer trill V;.
tlws harbor which will be large; enoughto .
- --- -
1 preceding the late Queen Victoria's jut x
float the greatest of all great ships.
"i bilee. Until that time the English flag- Corn and Oats High

. i makers had had no trouble in supplying Bn31diLr the I.urC'.Automobile..

. the demand, but jubilee season Frank Uurgeiiheiiu of New Albany, TRY
i Ind., is constructing the largest automobile
found them totally unprepared to copewith
" I ,t; in the world. It is almost as i TRADE MARKS
tho orders received from every PURINAFEED y DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
large as an ordinary electric car, which
of the United Kingdom. In the &c.
I \ part it resembles in appearance, and will Anyone sending a sketch and dfscn:.ti.,n may
i. emergency the American makers\: leaped I quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
seat thirty persons, says the Indianapolis I invention ispnbablypatentable. ( "orniiiuinra--
,1 into the broach and today their goods Sentinel. Steam power will be Jfor : tionsstnrtlyconUdential. Handbook Patents
i sent free. Oldest agency for Mi-unii patents.
;J t J are rapidly ousting the products of the used in propelling it. The largest auto- RecommendsNervine. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
; special notice, without charge, ill the
home factories. mobile in the United States is in use I
:There are several reasons why this in Wa hinton. It carries sixteen per I ScientificI\ .

sons. Mr. Burgenheim claims that his I'' A .artest ('IrI -
d should be the cate. The American 1/--4 I
'S I is the largest automobile in the world.It ciilation of anv scientinr j..urruil.rrt"fIIlS, 13 a .
I manufacturers of national emblems I year; tour niontUa, fL Hold bp.\\ newsdealer.MUNN !
will be completed in a few weeks. The above is that of Stock. I
m, I' have discovered a process whereby the .-- --- - --- portrait & CO.3G1BrOad, New YorkBranch
1 Virulent Cancer Curtil. Countess Mogclstud, of Chicago Office. .".':. F ft.: Washington. D. C.FFETT' .
flags can be made much more quickly

and with a better finish than the home Startling proof of wonderful mi advance Ill., whose gratitude for the
\.1 in medicine i is given l by dnijju CT. \\'. benefit received from the use of
: .
Though England, with her
Roberts of Elizabeth V Ya.n old
> Dr. Miles' Nervine promptedher pIUOJ .
cheap labor, can turn out bunting at a man there had long suffered with what

much lower rate than other countries, ;good doctors pronounced incurable cancer to make this statement:

:: .::. the methods employed in the English They believed his caw hopeless till "It affords me great pleasure to add r A.i
he used Electric liitU'is :and appliedBiuklen's my testimony' to the very excellent f
1 ; flag factories are costlier than in the merits of Dr. Miles': \ervine. AlthoughI
Arnica Salve which treatment
American and result the am past So \ears of age I find it 1 ( TEETHING PQWD.sL
.I shops, as a completely cured him.'hen Electric! soothes the tired brain, quiets the irritated : )

: cheapness of the bunting is more than Bitters are used to expel bilious, kiilm-y nerves and insures restful sleep.I lLAI: USlKiSi-i, Ark -ejt, IS I'A'l'
and microbe the time feel contented without Lottie W. rot Arkansas Methodist ror.f : ) "Er.d'! . ...
1 offset. Indeed the flags made on the poisjus at t-.une never a Berry reni e.-rtes: st II: -f'Jr Yo.L'' h lo"s mal ma
tWIJpackag88ot"TJ-F.THi\A" rb"w.eharer3i.I'i:::Irnw:' ".iti', :., .j, ,-> .
this salve exert its nmtehlet-3 healing of it in the house. Gratefullyyours, i MI''I
other side of the water and shipped. -ise.tusapa-+rceau'itcameatarnnsiopprtnnetrn'oaria.LS.; ,ms l' >,,1' "',; 1.-b.:. -15 t-il:
l power, blood diseases::, skin eruptions, ulcers CmnusiIAs.1 MARIA, been in uad condition for days,and nothr.g that BO gyve K i/1; ili, .-i\, I .".'* ?{ ".iKlii!:. i" t.''01
over here can be sold at a lower price and sores vanish. Bitters 50e! :Salve Countess Mogelstud. perfect btea a perfect relief and mccesj.he has had no tiW.herluble. Other zn!rub rs of '.:,u UA..j Lavo utej it a..a t. r? dull has

than the home finished articles. Ever. _jc. at J. B. Screxen's. Dr.
Mae's' Nervineis
since New Year's a factory in Philadelphia -
Meadow Saffron. .
' has been kept running night tonic and
t a nerve strength-
meadow saffron
The foliage of (autumn -
d .. and day in order to supply the de I crocus), when eaten, causes a builder that starts right in restoring -

mand. burning thirst, dilated pupils, irritation health immediately.Sold M1NO1t8iF1FACTORY

The pins and buttons that have been of the throat and vomiting. by all Druggists.

i II Imported from Newark by the thou Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS

" sands sell on the streets at a nominal Voynce.Voyage .

I was fornieily any Journey: '- -- "Ne\v Rival" "Leader" "Repeater11
J \ sum, so that every Englishman can S
whether by sea or land, it did not mat H
$ l .. possess one. There are five styles of { 1 -4&4""" ? \ "- '1.1' $1i ,JIfI'r ''-
;.S J ,, these buttons, three of which bear the w ----- -- -- PURINAIs
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar tF you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition
portraits of the king and queen and
Ya differ only in the color of the back- Is everywhere recognized as the one only Sold in } I the kind that shoots where you

I : -. Eoti vr2und, gold, royal purple and red remedy that can always be depended ti L point your gun buy Winchester Factory ,.
Sacks like this ,
A' and that is pleasant to take It ( p
J' the hues. Another upon
In I J1lng :; prevailing
valuable for diar- I Leaded v RivaV' loaded with
is especially : !summer gPB Shelfej ,
fOUld.'O 'U shows his majesty crowned. sighs f, ,
11 tr l\ rhoea in children. and i i5 undoubtedlythe' "
(,1' fT Newark factory has been turning means of paving.the lives of a treat 1 c4 n1 ''P buk- t to ) clos 1-mater, loaded 5 5sV

... i' t out at the rate of 350,000 a day.eking's many children eWhiI: r. For sale bB y The feed that } aC Inchestert.
fv own medals from Attle- _tl S)1..y fo LL. DEAL t- j CP .
R.'fn keeps Mules
boro are about the size of an American & l' etIA.--- up .

..... half dollar. On one side are the profile I I Bears t !stehoa.9.. (4.Hav'e, Always Bought and feed bills .A.ylllLtyPLD' :

55 '\ 'ortraits of the Iciru and queen both "(for a t' J {r' z i -3
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1-, ,: THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY JUNE 27, 1902. 7

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: H NOW THE B DOERS'[R FOUGHT.I ij I. mated wall fell down, and groans and Grewsome who Sights In Martinique.desecratedcity !}j.. 1

; cries from wounded men rent the air. Those visited the _: : :_ .. : .. _'. -_. -" -" -:-:" '_ ." '__._.' -._ n_ .-_ _-:.- ._ '=_ _-: : it ituntsnt"A.xmmunnniretmn
of St. Pierre before the second <
Ont from under the ridges ,and from ,
Story of Their Straggle For Freedom eruption beheld the ghastliest of sights. j
Told by .Michael Darltt. the trenches to the right came a cease r.rilm+xstniw"ni.t.w .,. .
Among them were United States Consul 1
r [Special Correspondence.] less and merciless torrent of lead, the and I
Haven at St. Kitts, his wife, . .
-0. New York, June 24.-A most notable bushes concealing. flashes from the says the New York Tribune. They j .

and timely contribution to current lit- Mausers, but the missiles plowing their said the corpses lay In the streets and < '

) erature is "The Boer Fight For Free- way through the now falling and wildly houses just as they fell. Consul Haven ( 1 i III'' 1 1 : :

dom rushing ranks of the doomed bri in one house found a woman and :- For Infants and Children 1 jiI
4L';: by Michael Davitt, the Irish Nationalist ' '''''''' ''' .
three children dead. The child nearest
gade. In half a minute after the signalto
i i : who resigned his seat in the the: door had been terribly burned but
t fire had been
given by Cronje over
: house of commons as a protest against 700 of the highlanders were strewn the; woman and two little girls seemedto The Kind{ You Have ,1

the war which has. just been concluded. : have died painlessly; and without a
like swaths of before the
r grass mow- The bowl of gruel and
struggle. spoon
Mr. Davitt's book makes an imposing ers on the plain." ,, Always Bought .
from which two of the children had ;" ''w' '' ' ' ' ' "
volume of over GOO pages, and it RICHARD TUPPER. been eating stood beside their bodies. A\regetablcPrcparationforA-

follows events in South Africa up to The woman had reclined on a cot similating HieToodandRegula-

the beginning of the peace negotia beside the children! and her clay pipe I .
BOMBS f FOR R 1 THE[ FOURTH. tingthpSttalnachsant1Bewelsef Bears theSignature
tions. It is substantially bound, well still half filled, lay on her shoulder

illustrated and comes from the press with the stem only an inch or so from .

of Funk & Nation's Birthday to Be Even Xoiser This her lips. There was no distortion of '
t Wagnalls. -...._ 1
Year than Ever. the features. Dr. Haven said he was
'r Of course Mr. Davitt writes
as a told by a gendarme that a man had Promotes DigestionCkeiful-
Persons "with nerves" well
Bc may as
.r sympathizer. lIe loses no opportunity beea found with one leg thrown over nessandP.est.Containsneithcr .
take to the woods when the nation celebrates of
tt for denouncing British methods its birthday on July1 of this a donkey, as if in the act of mounting.A Opium. Iorpuirie nor}fmeral.

of warfare ov of making the most of gendarme said he had seen a corpse NOT NARCOTIC.
year, says the Chicago Tribune.! The #
Doer victories. In spite of -this partisan fireworks manufacturers have been a sitting bolt upright in a cart, to which ...

; '' coloring the book is a'valuable ad- busy lot. New instruments of noise and the donkey was attached, both beingas

; dition to war history, as it is the' first destruction have been devised till the rigid as stone.Chamberlain's /lur;ofOldLrSAKULLPiTCEER

4 authentic work written from the Boer giant cracker the joy of bygone years Pain Balm is an anti- Pumpkin S.JAlx.JfIIIII -
: I .: standpoint and by'one who was on the is made to look primitive.By septic liniment, ai.d when applied to cuts, JtaduUt&JltArlil -
'1 : buying the "house that Jackbuilt" >ruise and burn, cancel: them to heal Jced.lfpnhmz7 I n
spot.Davitt's lIh
without maturation and much -
J rl.ts more
the small his
boy can indulge / fmEcotogJAdaIfamad "
1 story of the first part of the destructive instincts to almost ex- qui klv than by the usual treatment. For -

l. war,is a sad tale of "what might have any ale bv B. R. Wilson & Son. Cfortfitd&igoroolaynenftara
tent he likes. The house is advertisedas \\ :

t been." The misfortune of Kruger's "the largest and most attractive For her Sixty Years ., 3 ilse

trust in politics to accomplish what novelty on the market. It is describedas :Mrs. Wiiislo\\'s Soothing Syrup has A erfectRemedaforConstl .

arms alone could compel and the con- follows: been used for over sixty years by millions tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,

. I sequent failure to occupy Cape Colony "The boy builds his house and putsin of mothers for their children 'VormsCo \l11sions.feverish- F 0 V

Y, until it was too late, the pity of Joubert's the chimney a firecracker with fuse while teething with perfect success. It ness and Loss OF; SLEEP. 0 r e r
.. .
t soothes the child soften the allaysall '
end up. When lighted, it explodes and guns,
mistaken generosity that lost blows the house to atoms." pain, cures wind colic, and is the best FacSimile Signature of
Ladysmith and the tragedy of stubborn remedy for diarrhu-a. It will relieve the
t One hundred houses and as many dL&ffizfo.NEW Tears
'1 little I sufferer immediately.! Sold bydrn.rgis Thirty
; Cronje's end, who, had he followed chimney crackers are sold for 75 cents.If poor a
: ; ? in every part of the world.
in time tho advice and exampleof the boy's taste is more warlike than .
JJ f\\enty-fi\e cents a I boll Il'. PH.- sure antiask
De Wet and Delarey, might: have anarchistic he can buy a gunboat to for ")Winslow's Soothing;: Syrup," .

fallen back to leap like a desert lion blow up. The miniature man-of-war is and take no other kind. .

destroyed ij the same manner as the
on Roberts' unwieldy host" instead of nyO'
house, although a larger cracker is They I.Ike Uanc-lne.
remaining to be, liked caged
: a beast
needed.A The Porto Ric-aii native i is very much E.XACTCOPYOF WRAPPED. ....1 .
f f11 !
baited by it-these are .subjects: for _
simple! looking package: of powderseen given to dancing. Roth men and women .
., ,, _,..,,/
melancholy reflection.! Yet there is a in many of the stores is labeled have a natural love for the ball THE CEIfT.oR ec'V..P, Nr" YORK Ltry.3Q
; ? ;..
strain of optimism running through all "grlsslloPPt.'I'hen the fuse is light room. m;; = -

the eloquent pathos of Davitt's recital ed, the Imitation hopper springs into
Speed of tbe Cagle.
which rises: clear and confident in the the air am]. bounding like its namesake There is some doubt as to the flightof _. ;
makes loud report timeit
"After a every
chapter Paanlebcrg.
the eagle being as rapid as many

;As a sample of the author's dramatic strikes the ground. would make it. but it is yet known that
The "humming fire top" is advertised The Seaboard Air-Line
power of description this extract from the swiftest hare has no chance with it Railway
.as a "great novelty. This pyrotechnictoy
his in regard to speed.
chapter on Crouje at
lagpl'sfon"1 is an ordinary wooden top surmounted
.t tein betaken CAPITAL CITY LOTTTH2.:
may : by a driving apparatus which I
"A man 3 feet 8 in height vigorously! makes it spin with great' velocity. The There is more catarrh in this! section of the

. built dressed in a dark brown suit and "miniature surprise box" is an inno- country than all other disease put together; The Shortest Route.DOUBLE. The Best Line
and until the last few* years was supposed to
hard bowler hat, such as a skilled mechanic cent looking thing until touched with be incuraWe. For a great many yean doctors

might wear, with a dark, the punk.: Then it has an eruption suggestive pronounced it a loral disease and pn'H'rihl'II DAILY SERVICE
of Feleo. heal remedies, and by constantly failing
bronzed face of stern character, havingja cure with local treatment. pronounced it in- Including Sundays.
For a the "twin comets"
}penny marlie
slight beard and full mustache" curable. Science has proven catarrh to he a
: bought. They resemble Roman constitutional t disease, and therefore requires -TO-
grayish with years, under a fine nose candles in their }performance, discharging ; rin-titntionaltreatm"ntt HallS Catarrh Cure,

and dark, penetrating eyes, a slight both cornets simultaneously. Another manufactured by 1'. .T. Client ;; ('.i Toll; 'do. : Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines,
Ohio, is the ollh.onstit'ltilnal; cure on the
stoop in the rounded brawny shouldersand novelty is the "whirling dcr- niarktt.: It is tnK'-n] internally in doses from Richmond Washington Baltimore

the head thrown forward, at the visit," which ascends after it has been ID drops to a teu-poonful. It acts directly on ,

lighted and emits rings of fire. "Snakes: the hll14l.t and UIISCOIN surfaces: of the !system. New York
age; of sixty three, with a virile figure; : Philadelphia, ,
Tlieyi'llVr one hundred dollars for any cane
in the 1'us" that unwind their
; cannybodges
which might pass for that of a man of it fails to cure :Send for oirctiUrs antI' te ti-
fifty p'UI's-a strong, fiercely earnest, : promise; to replace the old time m"nials.ililn'ss F J. CHENEY & CO.T'"SoM .. TI"1ro"\:1.g1'1.: P"l:1.11n:1a1'1: : : S10CP01-'S. ,

"nigger clttserc" / by Ilru:gi'ts. ?;5t. Toledo, O.Hall's .
with absolute confidence Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto :
stubborn man. "
Tile hwhi tlin;.: devil, like the Family Pills are tinGuttn hl'st.
in himself and relentless tenacity New Orleans.For .
a "whistling cloudburst, is fired from --- -- -
1'erehn Penn. further information. writeE.
of purpose stamped upon every the ground. There is a loud explosion
Pens of hardened irutta percha have L. UrM'H, (iui. 1'a-vs. Acnt. A. O. MAcDONELL. \sst. (Hen I'aAgpnt,
line of form and featmv. This was the which throws whistles into the air in l'ol1Tlloutl.. Jacksonville, Fla'
been tried in this
the shape of a serpentine stream of repeatedly country JA's. AI. B\RII. \ Vn-e-riiMili and General Maiia-Ti.: : r)it-n'( nth. Va
and England, but have not met with
tit'(. The cloudbursts whhtlL'"hl'lI .

they come down, which is the only distinction success.

between the two noisy con. Friday MnrriaK%. .
tr J trivances. Friday i is the unlucky day of thl'
The "whistling cracker jack": is described .
r h t but it seems to have no tl'l cursfor
by manufacturing .. I lVllET
a companyas those matrimonially inclined I'ri -- - -- - - II

hour la tl'st novelty! In pyroteelinic I
t day holds a fair average with other
a *." One of the :llh'mttgdaill1t'tI!' days of the week l: for marriages: sol! A House Paint that will :

for the "whistling cracker jack" i is '. mniz'tl. wear and look well, use IPitkin's I ti

that it surpasses in effect any cannon I

cracker ever exploded the report being For Gentlemen

"much louder." The whistling follows who cherish

the explosion. Ii's ImpUre i3oO4I. I I II Quality.

A magic snake introduced by one Ready-Mixed !

company I Is guaranteed to measure no What is it5" asks the mother as she I I II I

less than one yard when uncoiled, and notices the smooth skin of her child

the "kangaroo." which in action rescmblos marred by a red or pimply eruption. It Guaranteed i iI I I

a gigantic ;grasshopper, promises is impure blood, and the child needs at d

to be. a big seller. This pyroteelime once to begin Premium Sol the use of hr.Pierce's Tit'i! animal jumps screeches barks { Golden

and then explodes. : Medical Discovery Paint.

A locomotive made of l'a tt.'Lllarq the best and
t and l'l"lIpt'111'l1 b.\ force of the exploslon surest remedy KIDNEY DISEASES ,
None better made ;
that sots it in motion is another (' ; for impurity of : guaranteed -

novelty. According to dealers! giant t. the blood. It for live vetirs. I r i.
MICHAEL 1>\,lIT IX SOUTH Al'KH'A. crackers and the death dealing dyna tn.. .' entireler the HI i1i. are the most fatal of all dis
cates poisons =-=- --==-=-
mite firecrackers do not give promiseof 'L't I IPitkin's
general who. co\ered with dust and + which corrupt eases.fOLEY'S.

riding with .".00 burghers! reached tin a big; sale this \oar. People are ,\ 'J\1'\ the blood and '
said to fear >liem more each year. d ,'t., .., !tl. ;;: cans disease.! It Barn Paint KIDNEY CURE Is i
the '
north bank of the Modder river \'I'
Few uo\eltios have boon developedin : ;. J cures scrofula,
Monday following! : the luttle of Hnslin the "big fireworks." One tirm is tf ': boils, pimples, Guaranteed Reined)

and placed himself at the head of the considering the advisability of reproducing eczema salt- \< standard ('():ltill_ for !ham i

4 Boer forces * ; the eruption! of Mont iVlee at rheum and other anti roof work: will outhi-t ally or money refunded. Contains

"It was about half past 3 in the the ivrtain eastern that coast the performance resorts but is would not L-1 i :: 'J" eruptive which are diseases the dirtct other barn paint on tinmar- I, remedies recognized by eminent

morning! of Monday Ilt'('. 11. when popular. ft' result of im- ket. Do not aivept a suWtitute. ; physicians as the best for
pro\ blood. It
'I General Cronjo on making. his rounds pure
-- ------- enriches as wellas .\ building of ankind.. l. : Kidney and Bladder troubles.
of the enemy. I
noted the silent approach On the tlrst indication of kidney tron- purifies the wt-11 painted, will last two or PRICE SOc. and $1.00.SJLLILIL .
of the trenches I
The space in front ple, top it by taking Toloy's Kidney blood.
was southward to the river with Cure. :Sold by Wilson upon .
me greatlv hut it bus done wonders form :
nothing; but the level veldt between A i'aettu.. \' two !\' IIo- writeMrs. M H.\rtnik. of to the mercy of the rlenient I 8AIVSf: !
Iemater Ji'esjo Co N, Y Both had s oCrofu:&. i them..aiou'. i
the Boers and their foes except hero In New Zealand two persons working I hate lost tdau"htl.'rs in le' than five ears irigsfcJv&in ttit \ .c.rd.PURINA! .

and there a vaal bush ota clump of together constitute a factory.Give with consumption and scrofula My eldest son COLOR CARDS ON APPLICATION. !
was taken two or three years ago with hemorrhage -
mimosa shrubs. The falling rain obscured from the .un?" It troubled him fur over
Children Candy. a vwr He took; Dr Pierce the strugglingefforts: of the and han it had a ht'.J >:rnrt: : ::! W Pitkln Co
the care and feedingof ... G80
An authority on .
h -roi:1's
itself over the landscape over a yar Mvmcer::; -on ? I ;
t dawn to spread children says that the normal child sores on hi" neck, "h.ui two lanced, but"t .
of with the light that heralds tht'r. had any since he commenced to tike your med- I
and should have it,
will want candy iane" ,
p morning, and the forms of the marching drawing; the line. however, at cheap Accept no substitute for r Golden Medical CHICAGO and KANSAS CITY ; Feed.D4ONKEYit: It

r. soldiers were not discernible! in the confectionery or the very rich, high Discovery." There is nothing "justas A4' EVER .J

.' gloom, but the heavy tramp of ItO'rmen rived. bonbons. Stud molasses bar or good" for diseases of the stomach, --- -- -- ------------1 tf .
t. AIIMIXISTKATOK'MVTICK.!" 1 SAC' .h'I..llt y.r
blood and lungs. tt ttili!
as a .
f could be heard comiug.jgh i land o n !'r It'llIualtli'e', also ii:1OIuwl'ntled: .
'' eetst A 1008 page book free for the asking. Notut-i i.> hereby :tnwn t" all "III''nll'o\l !i !./ i. ,
nearer until the mas.'1 the Indian riving 'rJ'1 ilioilraliatiifws of prainn..t..1, ci. IItere'tf You can get the People's Common Sense that six mouths fnm date I will present my I KEEb' ut -" r

2 out of the .mist. ltibed lot \o.{01.9.'i"e} ; E,rhhi...,,J I'I! ,.9men't.tte-Lneir firsterside" ai Medical Adviser, the best medical book final accounts a- tpl-vto the Hon. A. I). .gat '

?. tn;;.,,li\!! ..ship g !ontQ P gar IJtJiil" <3 . Es'rMe1. ormrsinttQal ever published, free by sending stamps Peuney'ountRl"; ge IIf Brevard l... nirtnitor county oft AND FEO '. ,

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a J : : :, 8 THE FLORIDA .STAR ; FRIDAY, JU1\E 27, ige-2.- "TJ.. u

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; /. .w '. :,.": WILLIAM KINDLE.-Undertaker and Em. : John Wynn, of Fort Pierce, was Frank Gautier, of the Egan-Skinner To "drink bumper" to a person tt

p balmer, Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies in town Tuesday. company, was in town on Friday last. meaning to pledge !him is a corruptionof
,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing the French phrase "Au bon pere" :i 1
Jf Capt. Alex. J. Goode made a visit by Mrs. A. A. Thomas has the appoint-
i of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge "
." .' i, that Is, "To the pope. a toast drunk
t. = i Steam Cooker. launch this week as far south as Neptune. ment as teacher of the school in this district the monks. .4'1;
I. ;::0 .> E Jt FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty The literary society this (Friday) evening II for the next term. t'j

years experience; all kind of repairing will be held at the home of Dr. Peek Mr. G. A. Fultz, our resident contractor Harrow School.

t 1. done nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's and wife. has just completed the magnificent Harrow England.was found. .

; shoes made to order. __ residence of Capt. Thos. Hogarth. ed In 1571 by John Lyon, a yeoman. .
Dr. Geo. W. Holmes, of Sharpes, was
GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable
Melbourne last week calling of Miss Lulu M. who has been
in .
some .
on Waldrep,
F Store, for good fresh and reliable goods -- /'- ------ '
such as Dry Goods, Saddlery Crockery, his many friends. teaching school at Spruce Bluff, is spend 1

: Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. Mr.. Thomas Hood and family are againin ing a few days in Stuart on her return AN OLD ADAGE 1J J

": JARVIS HOUSE-open all the year round. Melbourne after a visit to the sea shore. home. SAYS. 1
:; Pleasant location facing the river on river at East Melbourne. Walter Hawkins, of the Central of /
,4 i' A; front. Rates $2.00 per day,special terms by I Georgia railroad and the 0. S. S. Co.fs P t of trcbu
of "A Is n
the week or month. Messrs. Charles and Frank Horton, light purse a heavy curse"

J.. -- Fort Pierce, have been here lately visit : the liveliest hustling transportation man Sickness makes a light purse.

i ing relatives and friends. about the docks. The LIVER is the seat of nine Wrecked !

i. t. 1 : INDIAN RIVER RlrmS. Capt. Tony Canova and a few friend, Your home and property
; Mrs. C. H. Stewart, Miss Gladys and tenths of all disease. should be protected by....
Maud visitors
in his boat
:Master Fletcher Stewart are enjoying a auxiliary cat were -

.J I Paragraph Personal and Newsy Briefs visit with relatives Daytona. here on Saturday and Sunday on Insurancefrom
: : '
t .
It '" +,: f ,: at Towns Along the Coast. Mr. E. P. Branch/ has opened a bankingand i their way up Indian ri\'er. FIRE LIGHTNING .1
; .;' loan office in connection: with his T. B. Gibbons, the special agent for theI. utt's Pills i and CYCLONES. The ex-

.j COCOA. mercantile business in Melbourne.Mrs. : R. and L. W. P. G. association; D I. the pense risk is small of a Compared tatactrophy to j
Mrs. Winslow Bisbee of Lotus of Philadelphia
Mr. and Powell, representing Sligh, -
like this. ask
t 0' Write to or I
Gibbs and also the
S. F. family,
F left Wednesday for New York city. ; and C. Powell, representing! J. D. i go to the root of the whole mat- & :
Hoke Titusville
Misses Bellinger and are enjoyinga SchoylH Branning ,
ill last Fri- O'Brien, of Philadelphia, are buying up
t Trafford on ter
.f Mrs. was very week's outing at Melbourne Bearch.A thoroughly, quickly safely
in for reliable information,
pines quantities.Mr.
day. and restore the action of the
beautiful is I rates, etc., etc. .
1 .', ''; Mr. Lockwood, of St. Augustine, is in night-blooming cereus A. A. Boggs, our candidate for the LIVER to normal condition.
V . .' now in full bloom in front of the Hogg .
legislature was in town Monday to Make 0 0 o O O c > > a c o J c.o
rl Cocoa. house, and is much admired by many. an address, but the mosquitoes were too give tone to the system and o i ie o

J : Mr. Walker, of Lotus, was in Cocoa on Our city officers are having some good troublesome and he was unable to do so. solid flesh to the body. I :

Tuesday. work done by filling in with sand the Everybody wanted to hear Mr. Bogus, ti'

Mr. Arthur Lapham has returned from low, wet places on New Haven avenue. though his speech was hardly necessaryas fake No Substitute.. _ _-. It If I Ii

;'f Daytona. Mr. Frank Fee paid a visit to his home this town is practically solid for him. ------ -- ----- .- frr f

? The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich was folks in Melbourne. His time is well Are pineapples moving in Stuart Well, EAST COAST MEAT MARKET i

buried on Tuesday. taken up with his business in Fort Pierce I should say so The railroad wharvesare '

9 Mr. Albert Taylor has launched his and Melbourne.Mrs. jammed full of boats daily, and 2,0o<) G. F. DUREN, Agent, I I t_

t new boat. and it is a beauty. Ida Hector: and family left last crates were shipped Saturday. A. K. %tllNft1.T.!! iQUo iI

Messrs. Hamilton, Remington and Monday in Capt. W. Scott's. large. sailboat MeMullen, buyer for Chase & Harney, of I
for a trip south. They intend to visit :Miami, has pun based the entire crops of f
: 4 Turner are on the sick list with colds. Florida f
relatives at Lantana. C. McPherson: Geo. McPherson and
for ,rT
: A telegram from Mrs. Schoonmaker, Robt.} McPherson and J. Michael!:: J. and ? "
Mrs. Charles Horton's and I
1 St. Augustine, states that she is improv- family T. Lewis ha purchased for II. P. Stanley, i
friends were glad to see her return to \\Yestert
I ing. of Chicago: the crops of J. Taylor, Thos.
Melbourne from Atlanta Ga. where she
Taylor Eaton and H. J. McGinniss. Mr. V iJ ii
Johnson has teen confined to ,
Mr. E. C. has several week )J afs
with throat Lewis has: also bought 22: crops of pinesat
t his room for several days a
of bottles
Miss Mozelle Williams is at home again, Delray. Mr. Truax has bought for J. open up one my
"1 ble. Y t
trou of allKinds. OLD WINE OR WHISKEY i
much to the delight of her friends inlelbourne. F. Eilenberg, of Philadelphia, the crops }{ { Y and drink to the health and prosperity of !

Mr. T. P. Howes, of Oak Hill, is temporarily :\ Even if she was: only awaya of H. W. Bessey: and C.Y. Corbett. friends and self. These goods are pure apd j

located at this place as telegraph short time, she was missed.:: There are plenty more buyers in town wholesome. Unexcelled for richness strengthand i
operator. flavor. Right for health and hospitality.TITUSVILLE > f fI
t :Mr. and Mrs. :Frank Robertson have: for whom more hotel accommodationsare Y
tF Mr. Sanders has made a close calcula- closed Hbtel Carleton for the summer and needed. .. L. Mot1c w, f

hon of the cost of a road to the cemetery, left last Tuesday for a few weeks' visit -_ Titusville, Florida. I and COCOA.
and we have one tenth. with their daughter, :Mrs. John Ferguson, WHITE CITY. ..

j Mrs. Joyner has' rented the Coquina in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.l Hutton spent Sunday I
t afternoon with Mr. and :Mrs. Lamont. Jas. Pritchard & Son;
+; 'I house, vacated by Mr. Whitaker, and Capt. Alex. J. Goode took his sisters, .
. will go to housekeeping. :Miss Jessie Goode and Mrs. James T. Quite a number of the White City

I While at Fort Pierce, little Dorothy Hogg anl three children, and Mrs. Mary young men were home Sunday from Indian for.Headquarter. . .

** 4 Daniel fell from the dock into the water, Wiiihite, for a picnic to Melbourne Beach. river, where they are engaged among

\\r: ) J but was timely rescued by her father.J. It it needless: to say the children wen delighted -I the pines.

with all the fun. Our club will mt'l.tSat\Jrdaye\'enin It HARDWARE
E. Spearman sustained a dislocated I \

4 knee cap while unloading some lumber is time to begin thinking about ordering
u+ from oQ'a car Monday which will probably seeds! again, and i epper seed comes t r-t.

.r 4 ,. lay him up for some time. Remember, we celebrate the Fourth. Don't delay. ...Tinware, Crockery, Stoves...
You invited attend.La .
I Dr. Daniel and family have returned are Mr. and Mrs. John Olesen left for their Boat Goods Paints Oils

I from Fort Pierce, bud; the doctor has professional Rue Alderman is home from collegeto home in Jac 'somille Monday after a andVVOODENVV, ,

a; o. work there which will keep spend the summer vacation with his bl'i..f'isit to )h. Oleseif! parent, Mr.

him in that town for two weeks yet parents. and Mrs. J. P. Chrhtensen.Mr. : ARE. 1

. Mrs. Keys and sister, of City Point, The horse races on the Fourth will be A. Christensen entertained a mini Wiite for prices.

one of the features of the day beginningat of last in honor of Mrs
were in town on Monday. Mrs. Keys ber guests Friday TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Box .

'".! says she would give her last quarter for 3:30 p. m. John Olesen! of Jacksonville. Mrs. Heck 221':! ,.

another good show at the opera house. J. E. Andrews, Esq. is now superin also gave! a coffee and I luncheon :Sunday

Why can't there be another? tending the shipment of his pineapplecrop in honor of Mrs. Olesen. JAMES PRITCHARD President. W. M. DROWN Vice-President. C. S. SCHUYLER. Cashier

Mr. Sam Childs is at Sebastian this at Tibbals. The election of officers in our Sunday

f. week for the purpose of doing the brick The new organ for the Methodist school will take place next Sunday. It INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.County

work for the new ice plant at that place church has arrived, and is a very handsome dies not seem necessary to make many ,

4 for the Indian River and Lake Worth instrument.The change, but it is hoped that whoever is

elected! will beab'eto build the school.If Depository.
Fish company, which is now being: built. up
match of base ball will
i I. game begin there is anyone who i is dissatisfied with Authorized Capital.8100,000.
4- :Mr. Geo. N. Hatch, the Rockledge: at 2:30:: p. m., between: Eau Gallie and
the present management, now is: the Paid $ 25,000.
y merchant, will erect a store 25* by GI j() on Fort Pierce, on the Fourth. up Capital, S
t his father's lot on Barton avenue The time to make a change. Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS i
Messrs. _
Roylancu& Kiopp have moved
store building he is at will =
i present using their shop next to the lumber yard, and ,.. I). Lynnm. A (
be used as a casino in connection with the
have built on a large addition.
New I lock ledge hotel next 8ea,on. One of the most! impressive Masonic General Banking Business.
A. I)'. and!
Judge Penney daughter,
Mr. Lewis Sutton Andrews and Miss and (irand Army funerals: ever held at }
Titusville, were in town over Sunday: Titusville that held! and (Oldest ':
I Minnie E. Hardee were married at high was over the burial Largest t'I e r
} the guests of :Mr. and Mrs.: W. N. Hen-
of the of J. I 1)
noon on Wednesday at Ilockledge, Archdeacon remains Lyman on last Hank on the lliver
B. F. Brown tieing the nuptial dry. Friday morning, June :20th( at Titusville

knot. The young couple! after receiving Capt. A. J. Canova and family were I cemetery. Exchange Bought and Sold on + x1R-M # ,rt {,t -

congratulations of their friends, immediately ;;nests of the Fort Pierce hotel last week, I The deceased wa a loyal I: Arch Ma-on." all Foreign Countries.

boarded the northbound train for on their way to Palm Beach m their I a veteran of the 1'nion army during l the Patrllut[ t. appm'iatcd. Prompt u-rvat'e!! t' 4.

4. Chattanooga, and will make their home i launch. I civil war, and a member of the Grand !polite treatment and every lavt rc"u.i-tt'ut

Atlanta, which is )[Andrew head! There will be service in :'1. Andrew I'' .\rmyof the Republic.! He wa a member with coiwrvativi-, hinkinu l : frninted. -
of Lodge. No. 142: Free and Accented ( OIII'o\I'I':: nE TS:
4 quarters. church Sunday, June :, 'Ith. Holy communion
1 I I Mason?, Asbnry Park, X. J., and of Chapter l'ahiTll: National Hank of t.w.York., I
at 10 a. m. Morning service at :; I H and National Hank of.laekuuville. _
I t EAU GALLIE. ; -3 loyal Arch Masons: of Long f
11 o'clock and evening service; at 7:30.::; ) II
9 Branch, :N. Y.Heen'isted. TITUSVILLE
' Miss Williams, of Melbourne, was the Sirs L. T. Daniel and family left for '! : in Company A, 14th U. S. FLORIDA.

guest of Mrs. Watts last week. Cocoa :Monday morning. They have been I infantry, in 1SGI./ He was wounded! ini

Chris. Hoehr has his schooner Nimrod guests of the Fort Pierce hotel for three i the right arm at the battle of Fredericks-

hauled out on Hodgson's; ways. weeks.: The Dr. will remain three weeks i i bnr \':l., and discharged for said wound The Lamp of Steady Habits

Heavy rains in Eau Gallie on Tuesday longer. in June, 1S63.Mr. :;.
f T .
I TV lamp that doesn't flare tip or sink. or ""_
which were welcome to orange growers.: The prizes to be :given for the shooting I Lyman was entirely alone in the toI-- hul.: I l.inirtiu' r : the Lung| that I l..ks! -,cause,.I.1! when you '"
Fourth i world afar a* kinfolks concerned #;t You '.t it amt sia\-pod ; th,' lamp that never will-
the were you
tournament on are lOW on exhibition .8.
The :Misses Minnie and Mabel Youngare I "": r; 'f' tut-i !i\, I'afitll, """t' youjjavr .it ; that s G,..
at Hen & Gold ncith's: store but notwithstanding: this fact he wasplacerd '
the happy possessors of a new bicycle. ry I into his last rt: ': the ]New Rochester
windows. The shooting will begin at 10 I resting: place with as .. j
The Naiad, with Mr. Allen, of )Miami, much tenderness and sympathy : OtiT!
o'clock. as y lamps way hr often 1 }'tnt a. just as j e nod "_
on board called at Eau: Gallic on Tues- though these sad! condition had not existed. '1 tnt-\' max. Uin sunn* r:sj>e t'ts.l but fnr all .troiiiid %<14..1.!
The choirs of the Episcopal and Methodist V 111-s.s. tiit-n-s! onlutnv TinA'c<'/Vs/<'r. T> make
i .
Miivthf tampuffer-1yuUis. i-iiuiiit-: ! I..4| for the name q
day.C. Mrs. Heartctone
B. tii lord and A. S. Hendrickson churches presented : I The Masonic lodge; of the town (Indian. y ... on !t ; t-\i-r\ 1 Loup h.ia It. t:Jut Varu-tw*..) V bA'a 1i

: left for Tibbals in the Emma L. on Sat their organist for, with her an services organ iu in bath appreciation i fiver lodge, No. JO), turned out almost: to ....<.. :-;- *?:a-/X.:-% '\\'l'.LII Old till I..anlpsult.-\' laii.pwiint! :: ... INo*'\\t'lht'f! ,v. t/

urday. churches.The : a man. The following otlicers conducted! .(,:-J-"i *"J>\. w'l''ai"'w !l-;aml'! "'r s7ar, all i old me: n-ji.un-1 or retinO you m
f the ceremonies: J. It. Walker, worshipful :' I:: "-\.:.- T? ih..J.1 a \'abab'iint.'iior .ith.TiiiaU! of lamp transform-
,, Large shipments of fish ate made daily ...... :! .' -- / t.o' nt'.t a New Rochester. we can do it. Let
boat the Fourth begin at ,' -'l _
race on J. .
.k i master; L. Carruthers, senior warden :" ".' "'!let u'u li!.'i'tturt! 011 the \lt'J't.t.
from Eau Gallie and the fishermen t;. .
are 1 p. ui. and will be the best ever seen on I : A. A. Stewart, senior deacon; II. l K.: :: We are SPECIALISTS in the treatment of diseases c _

happy. Indian river. The steamer Portland will : Minis, junior deacon; J. 3!. Dixon, treas- rt.It,t"l 1>'L.!: Lamps. Consultation FREe

Mr. Cragin, who was chimney building follow the boats: around the course ,luring .'I timer; Fred A. Morgan; H''retarT., ; :N. THE ROCHESTER LAMP 00., 3S Part riace & :sj: Ran lay st. i New York. .

\\l\\ / SL iu Eau Gallie, left for West Palm. Beach the races. : Waller, senior blew art; W. H. McFarland, U

j JI on Tuesday. -- - - ; junior Stewart; Archdeacon B. F. Brown,

tr .\ tb*. The launch Rover i is having her machinery -- chaplain: ; Major F. M. Taylor, tyler. INVENTORY SALE.

) \ portr craned out of her at Hodg on's Pallbearer: Fred. .\. Ixwley, Julius
this week. | Kline llufus fotl'Wut'tephl'lJ: Ellis,
differ yard LOSINGFLESH 1 C. I.. Cull ('.-ilitig, at SlU.OIJ< M.A 1. '
|i. Capt. 11.: P. Paddison, J. G. Bast.: Funeral ? per
; un(}. Mr. Cohen, representing Selz Schwab | director A. I Cull )
>> Froscher.: Other members Flooring at 81_.Oo per M.
!In tiles?., Chicago, was taking orders in Kauthis : in ..
j taking part the '
were (
A week. In summer can be prevented ceremony 1 ''nmioii ISoujihyrjik: :: at S13.O per M'lin .
"Vif L : n shtiae Geo. M. Robbins Col.! T. T. Wetmore', .. .tlrtilt''t T'Mir Riti'al'. l'
taking J.
., l..The. < New. S. W. J.-j"lt1:"' <'t-. l' .eo.. .: .'\ t'll1O.a,1r -, ''t!. at SIG 00 per 3I.
.. ; Jren; u. "
*'ut atfrtes'an well for the new ice plant Scott's ulsron ![ Carroll. f J t'P.t buy", tit o cloegter 1 'mt.ll .

r( t g erected at that point. Its as beneflct; summer I After the beautiful Masonic ceremonieswere : .,Sa: e "t\ .ft J ace them c\V'in 'I\fsIL
I L ' completed in behalf of theArmy 1.. If.
In w'y' -ire weak orB01bf I Iru : DEAD.- j'E
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DRAY1NG. { .;.!<;ut -tt X Ad you up : to which the deceased bell I' d, y ? ..

}Ia. All kinds of hauling and draying at- -. ,,< 'ot'trait4endedto 1 promptly. I meet all trains. .ft. r.c'a.' I.'stq. "or" ate r rlr ''' w' } r.

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