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: July 18, 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: VID00635
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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1' 6 THE FLORIDA STAR :' FRIDAY, JULY 18; 1902. I


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can be obtained.! The state will each QUEEN DEAR TO BRITONS.
1 TUSLEGEHN[ I NEW JERSEY.[ [
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O{ year extend its original plant as circumstances Base Ball Goods.
g Alexandra's Graces and Good Work

"' Plans For Negro School Similar to thee demand, and "within. few Hare Won Their Esteem. _

: Alabama Institute years New. Jersey .will- ba\"e.. model Queen Alexandra has* enjoyed the '.5

Tuskegee similar in scope and purposeto esteem and regard of the English people

: [Special Correspondence.] and doing doubtless not less com- from the day.on which she went to Balls Bats Masks Gloves Shoes and Complete Uniforms.

Bordentown, N. J., July 15. -This mendable work than the Booker Washington Great Britain from her native Den ,

hate, which has a larger proportionate. Institute. mark as the Princess of Wales, says Trade supplied at Manufacturers' Prices. Send for 1902 Catalogue.
'
colored population than any other com WILLIAM: HASTINGS.A. the New York Herald. She is one
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The H. & W. B DREW COMPANY
: 1 monwealtli north of the Mason and of the daughters of King Christian off ,

Dixon line, is about to undertake. the R. Bass, of Morgantowrt, Ind., hadto Denmark. The poet hailed her as the Agents for A. 6. SPAULDING & BROS.,

>. establishment upon an extensive scaleof get up ten or twelve times in the "sea king's daughter from over the
night, and had severe backache and painsin sea" and assured her that "each is all Jaokson.ville, Fla.
an_educational and industrial institution Was cured ,
the kidneys. by Foley'sKidlley
- -
Alexan
S Dane In our welcome to thee,
similar to that established and Cure. Sold by Wilson & /Son.THE : .
dra." The social of the ,
graces queen S. W. CARROLL
t' maintained
by Booker T. Washington ,
her domestic tastes, her devotion to

v at Tuskegee, Ala. New Jersey is the fOlKS WHO O WRIU.Why her family, have all endeared her to
and
Staple Fancy GROCERIES
S : historic "negro promised land, considerably the British people.

Y over one-third of its population Although she is now nearly sixty --- -

being the descendants of lIam. Out of Tarkington Quit Society-A years of age, the queen has the gracesof Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. I Titasville. Florida.Wo .

a total of 1SS3GG9, as given: in the Story Told by Will Harben. youth. Her complexion her hair flll, Glass 1 and Crockery \\are.

[Special Correspondence.] and her no idea that she solicit your patronage. Hail orders promptly attended to
twelfth there col poise convey
census, are G9.944 __ __, .
Indianapolis,Ind.,July 14.-Mr. Booth is past middle life. Her dignity and on .
ored people in the btale.

', The negro population of New Jersey Tarkington seems to be an industrious her firmness of character have stood [ ...." "THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA fj-Irria! '
test. She faced the responsibilities
-
e goes back to the day of colonial slav- young man. Within the last few weekshe every [ is PARADISE REGAINED." "
incident to the death of Queen Victoria i' e
Y ery. An agreement was made for slaves has achieved matrimony, begun the with her usual tact. r I

.r e: In "the concessions and agreement" of publication of a new serial and for Queen Alexandra's father was not a ,

the lords proprietors Berkeley and saken society for life on a farm. Mr. wealthy ruler. At one time the queen FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

Carteret as far back as }(jlj-t. Later Tarkington visited New York last win- sent back an ill fitting gown to a Lon-

slaves don dressmaker with the message that
legislation placed a duty on
brought into the state. The Quaker ter and saw a good deal of society I she knew all about such things "as LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8, 1902.

there. The Gothamites hailed him as a she and her sister had maid
w \ spirit which prevailed in New Jerseywas i only one
literary lion and treated him as such. between them 'ind she often made her SOUTH BOND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
against slavery, and in 173S: the
'SNo. -
They fed him at banquets, lured him own dresses. I 'iNo. 78'No.
Friends in their various meetings de 39 No. 35
The queen devoted herself to the care MAIN LINE. 321' .
nounced slavery and began to cultivate to receptions, where he was stared at, Douly De.lIy Dail; '
and education of her children. She
the abolition sentiment. In ISO: the and inveigled him into attending teas '
f reared them simply and a large part 5 C9 !) Lv....... ..............Jacksonville ...................Ar 1 Dr 8'Oa j
i gradual abolition act was passed, which were not wholly unmixed joys. of their lives was spent in the country.She G 06pi10''aa Lv...................&). !! ........... .. .,..Lv 8 ell' 84:1&: :;
615p'nS'a' .......................St. Al1 usti e....................... 58)p ., 4yaI yo
*f. which provided that every chili: born At one of these teas "Tark" met a considered it one of the greatest C45p1303p ......................... .Ha8tin8.......................... Slip 705& C'Ru
* | of slave should! be free. trials of her life when her sons wentto I: 1 00 p 1211p ........................};ast Palatka..... ................... t 63 p a 60& ="
i a lady who gushed fulsomely! over his < 733p1361p. .................... ...... Neo & ........................... t .lip 81Ta !. ,
The proposed state industrial school sea. She deplored the fact that it 1;:: 743pI lC61' ..........................Bunnells....... ................... t a 65a b't: '
work. She said she had read everyone was considered to put them 752p 12p.pons............................ 3571' db9a nv "-
starts out with a generous appropriation of his novels, some of them as necessary to 619p 143p ..........................Ormo.1u............... ........... 32)p 684: guE ; -
of $3.:.,000 voted by the legislatureat through the mill of the government'shard i: 8 33j) le2p ..........................Dayton'.......................... 3 Up 6 2'J& %JII I
many as three times. discipline. She, however made 833)1 2Clp ........................J>ort Ornnge........................ i Cap 513a ii
its session\ last winter. This amountIs .: 9C3i' 223p ....... ......... ........ (w 8mrrr.&....................... 2Up 465e ...;
"And which one did you like best?" the best of it and devoted herself with i.2 .......215p ............. ............Oak J111.......................... 2 :ip ....... ;:::: ;:
placed at the disposal of the state all the more attention to the care of f-4 Z ....... 321p .........................TitusviJle......................... 143p ...... !:!.ga o
# board of education, being immediately inquired the Hoosier author. <: ....... 363p ............................COCOl.! ............................ 113p........ .
her daughters.No .J' :. ....... 4011' .........................Rockied-Q......................... 11Jp ....... r9I ;;.
available for the purchase of a site and "Oh-er-The Gentleman from Mexico : story with regard to the king, ....... 433p ....... ........-..........EauGallie......................... :243p....... ii.,
the 1 r ........ 39p. .......................:3lelbotrr'ne....................... .. :3331' ....... :::.:j
the erection of buildings, and more is was astonishing reply. such as idle gossips have circulated I 0 ...........4 P ..........................Sebastian ......................... 11 ;J a ....... :hp'S
promised when required for the enlargement This of course was only a sample ever shook her confidence in him. She x. ...... C3p .........................St. Lucip.......................... 11t'iia ........; :..,
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of- the plant ana the maintenance but it is probably one of the reasons regarded; most of the stories as being 'r;; >: f

given out by those who were jealous. z ....... 6 ilp .........................Tibbals.......................... Ii) SJa ....... ;;
of the institution.The why Mr. Tarkington has permitted U ....... 646p ............................Eden............................ 1O8a.: .......
site has not yet been selected, himself to rail at and The king has found his home life one .. .,..... 6 63p ...........................Jens n........................... IIJ 2.a ....... ::Sl::::
society buy a of and ('ontent.1thotlth the k ....... 7C3p: ...................... .StUl:rt. ......................ipHa....... g o
but the leaders of the colored people farm. As to his agricultural peace f-4 .... .. 1Z0P ........................Hope Sound.................... ... .. 94a....... In&; t:1: .
y experiment -. queen did not care for the brilliant and c....... 74Jp ....... .................\\.estJupit........................ 9 3la ....... .
: are extremely anxious that the institu- it remains to be :seen where "the members of her she gathered ....... 816 p ..... .... ........west Palm Beach..................... 8 58 a ....... r Q .
tion shall be located on the famous gay sex ....... 8 42p ..................... ..Boynton ..................... Sitae.... ... ..Pa933p
gentleman from Indiana" can :success about: her st Sandrlngham palace a ...... .....................:..Ft. lauderdale... . ...... 73a ....... n 'i
"Old Ironsides" property, near this mix circle of her own. She prefers a simplelife. ........1321p: ........................Lemon Clty.....................,.. 663a....... p'
fully agriculture and literature. .. ..... 1030pAr. ... .. ... ......... ..... fiaml..L\. 64: .......
S place, where there is already an industrial She is fond of dogs and horses

school for colored boys and girls Admiring readers of Maurus Jokai, and bird S'he is an accomplished BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 35 AND 78.

maintained by the state. horsewoman. She plays a little, sings
the
celebratedtAustrian novelist, will BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.
occasionally and does some needle
The "Ironsides" overlooksthe
property be interested to know that he is much

Delaware river and is a beautiful appreciated in this section of the work. NI.57INo.55 i No. 63 No.49 No.47 PALATKA No.46 I'No.48 No.50 No. 64 No. 66Daily.
coun Many charities interest the I I bat I I BRA I j I I I
location. It is liased by the state for try. At least the Saalfield queen. I Daily Daily y Daily N CH. Daily V01Uy J.J.ily Daily JiIoili
Publishing; She takes an interest in the life of the

the present school whore about a hundred company of Akron, 0., thinks so, for poor. It was at her suggestion: ; that .731)65p4.3 I'p 112 1145a 05 p //6 2 a a Ar L. E.Nalatka Palatka Arl 60.tJ Oa171.5a1245p i 1\ I 16 I fj'j a 13 25 p 5 523p C5 I' 723p 1 C5 p i

children are now cared for and it has just issued a translation of Sir Thomas Lipton embarked in the : -

are given a general as well as a technical one of Jokai's recent novels. It bears enterprise o( providing cheap meals No. 7 i No.. 45\\ BAN MATEO BRANCH J.No.Daily 48 NO',581.I0111Y Daii1


I' I education. The buildings, however the striking title of 'Told by the for the poor in London. She has given Hj p : 10 a Lv............. ...........East Palatka. .........................Ar 5 b5 a e 43 I' 1
are dilapidated and badly arranged Deaths Head;' is neatly bound and her personal: attention to many of the S 15 p I 630/1 I Ar . ... . .... .. ... .. ...San 1lat.'o..... .. . .. . ... ......._..:.Lv ) 5 M a I 133 p

for either classroom or dormitory handsomely illustrated. More than plans for the amelioration of the condi I

tion of the needy and she has been no Stu I !
(, purposes. this, it is what might be called a "rat- ... .x I' :
The colored people of the state have figurehead in any of them for reportsof o"'y.' i I._ _ _ _ :i------ on'y. :
thing; story, for with the first chapter, the expenditures of the money must I 4 53 p OJ 1) I 9- a Ly Jat'kson,' A 1 I/O a 8 43 aI03 p 613 p 9 23p
.shown a unique bit of sentimentalityfor telling of the discovery of a grinning be submitted for her inspection. T5fp'lT'i'fP 4 53 p '12 03 pi 9 ::8 a" S Jaekson'lle Lv., 6 t2 a 8 32 a 112 621) 6 ca p 911 p ]
the Bordontown site because it I 533p'243poloa, "I'mDolfeach 620a 800a 323p 533p 843p
skull hidden in an iron pot the story; 13251' 729P 533p 243p '1015a Atlantic Bch" 6l II. T 65 215 p 523p 835p
1 was the home of Commodore Stewart swings l' 63 pi_ 7 U 1 e 5 II' p 3 CJ n10; 30 a At' Mayport Lv IS 00 a 1 40 a 2 O3m 610 p a i3 p
to the
breathlessly along veryend. Don't Fail To Try ThU.
Dixie Flyer Route Sleeping! Car operated on trains & and 32.
"" Jokai has LI't'n'nriousl termed tNo.
JSM .V-. Whenever an honest trial i is :uiven to

4t the IIu.no and Dickens of Austria, andit Electric Hitters for any trouble: it i is:; recommended i i SANFORD No. No. 3 No.1 ORANGE CITY No. 2 I No. 4

- .. is probable that he deserves a wide for, ft permanent} cure will i Daily I BRANCH I Daily i Dally 1 Daily I BRANCH I Daily Dally t

, 1 A audience in this country. Mirely l-e effected. It never fails to tone 7 Oj 8. Lv.....1'ltusTll1e.\ 123 PI 3 05 1'110 10 a ,Lv..ti. /lv'lla. ...Ar :215p I b 15j
JJ. the stomach, re-ruble the kidneys and 113 8. l.v....... [ ....... 107 PI 1 343 I' 11 21 a !Iv..Lake Helen..Lv 13'} p t 4' p
110 w els. :stimulate' liver, mvisj.irateti"1nerves 83 3 a. Lv...... Osteen..Lv 1152: a : t C 3 p t "9 a 'Lv.Orangr City.. .Ire 12'p t2'p
Will N. Ilarben, the author of ".\1.1- 85.5 a. LT.ntt>rprise..Lv 1130 a': t OS p a 1r.Orange Ci y Jet.Lv 11' p 415 p
ant] purify the blon i. It's a \won 9 30 1\ A .. .....Smforrl . .. .Lv 11 00 8. i I
e I ner Daniel, just published by Harper lUrful! tonic for mn.down'stpms.. KlecIric -
These Timo Table show the times at whl-h trains be and
g; may expected to arrive depart
& I.ros. tells Hitters cures
an amusing story about ,positively kilhwWI I from the several stations but their rival or departure the times stated nut guaranteed
. the original of one of the characters in \liver troubles, stomach disorders, "nervousness nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arising there-

I ); this novel of Georgia life. The man sleeplessnessrheumatism!' neu- from.
ralsiia, ami expels malaria. :Satisfaction!
lived alone in a cabin, the four cornersof guaranteed. by J. IJ. 'crt.'n'lI. Only.. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship, Connections at Miama.

I Foa__yQJs 1S which rested on rather slender posts.A cents.RAFFAELLI'S. BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

neighbor passed along by his house
' \ SOUTHBOUND. I NORTHBOUND.
one day and saw the gaunt mountaineer -
. PAINT STICKS.
making lye in a crude ash hopper. 1.v.MiamaMn'ig.weds. ........ ....... 11 03 p | LY. Havana, Tues, Thurs. ...... ._........1000&
... ,'. Ar. Key \\p..t,Tuc's. Thurs. ........... .. 12 30 p j Ar. Key Wpst.Tues.T"urs...... .......... 6S5p
-.4 "Goin" to make soap?" asked the neighbor l'rc'uc'hrUst i\liiliits His Intention Lv. Key \Vest, Tu.-s. Thurs............... 7 20 pi! Lv. Kt-y West. Tues. Thurs. ...... ........ 7C3p
gll'' ti ut His Paris Studio Ar. Havana, WeHg. Fie . .. . . . .. . :5 10 u, I Ar. Miama. Weds. Fns . .. .... ... . . .. 60o a
1 Iiliiltta a drit4' ;___j 41..; our curiously. "No, was the slow reply. -
for of Local Time Card address .
Agent.J.
copy any
The Paris the London
"Fur the last two weeks them correspondent of -

} I1ISTUWC l>Al ELL MANSION. durn hogs o'o'iii has been sleepin' under Times says that J. F. Kaffaclli, D. RAHNER, Asst. Gon. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

s (On grounds of New Jersey's proposed house an' the well known painter, recently decribed -
my keepiif me awake
Tuskegi'f school.] > and exhibited at his studio in

("Old Ironsides"), who died there, and with the'r gl'l1ntin'. I've laisrd a plank Paris the curious discovery which he ATLANTIC YALDOSTA & WESTERN R'Y.'

in my floor right over the'r bed an' to- ,
later the home of Mrs. raruell, the. has mada in connection with oil paint
night I'm a- oin' to heat this lyo b'ilin' "1)i017: .'14\In nOI"I'I: ?
l \ mother of Charles Stewart 1'ih'J, the ing.M.
!. Irish leader. Fannie SteC'-e I I'lae nell I hot an' empty it on 'em. I'll show 'em Kaffaelli declared that he had always DOUBLE DAILY SEn V..LOE.

I thing two. been struck the inconveniences -- - - 'h
.l a or by - - .
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sister of the Iri h loadorl. :J't; the --
I. ** "Well," laughed the neighbor, "I and complications in the practice No. :!. X.. .. 4. :Mat ions. Xo. :3. \'u.l
place.
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reckon it won't kill 'em," and he of oil painting, which were greaterout j- .- -- -i5t1 ------ --
; a III S t0 I' ----- .\ Jukynrvilk 1r.---- I-
If the "Ironsides" is not tin :pip
property IU
walked on. of doors than in a studio. The 10)0) a m 11 la P ---_______ \aldosta Lv---------- 4 3. a III ."' '/1'
chosen it is likely that one of the numerous cleaning of brushes ant] the mixing of 10 11 m iii am ,--On-___ Macon fA\n___---__ 55 P la 11 ..:', ,1'111
That night about 12 o'clock the i m
extensive farms owned by the colors broke the continuity of the painter's 7 15 pm. 15 I' --________ Atlanta Lv---------- S 30 p 111 7 ;"v'' 4111
neighbor awakened voice 1 OOa, 111 1 tO) P IILnnn.\r eh ttall Lv---------- "
was by a )(' a 3 00 I' III :: ,
state will be impressed into service. thought. On the other hand, in ti Ida Ul 6 iia p ____._____ lSbVIIIC" Lv---------- 9 3U .t iu
a !tt
III :{"
calling faintly at his gate. Rising and "flu
pastels the color lost its tone, even 12 III lIU 11to
New Jersey has acquired many large P 111--\1' Martin Lv---------- 5 15 a 111 3; -17

a' farms by foreclosure for the state going to his door, he saw the plotter though the picture were placed under -7-11 11\ ti a2'-a n:__ : _____-_-.\r ,o.J,t. Louis I A\'-___-____._ 15 p III :;ii 1'. in Iu

against the hoirs leaning: on the rail glass. __ 10 50 a 11I-- _____n\r l.ti"uII L\-----------6-- 10- p hi
; sinking fund which are far from paying -
of interest for the fence in front of his house. "Hello!" The artist then showed the contrivance 1'1to P III ;2 30 a 11I---- _____ \1' Louisville! Lv---------- 301} a 111 -..: .,:. 1 111l

t'l' .. any percentage he called out. ".\n -tuing wanted which he has invented, by whichoil J5 P IU j 20 II 111 ____uAr ('indllnati ..\ ________ __ Jj; p 111 11 "' IU

L'J. 3 amount involved. It is the policy of the For a moment there was silence; paints are used in small solid sticks. ___, __ ,n_la a ..111-..--_-'.----_ _t'hitteo, : !. Lv-------_ i 00 P fluN.
oj! \ state to use these farms for its new in- lIe claims that this invention combinesthe -
McM } then the at the fence said ... 1 Dixie
\ man : :- Flyer-<-arrie> Pnlln.au UI".twin;; Liam Buffet Sleeping yank .11. Knulie
WI' i. T tlitutions. advantages of pastels with those 1 to St. Lou U ami Jacksonville>> to Chi owne "Ef it's jest the same to you, I'd like connect( at \ ,,,h
..- : The state board of education announces jf oil painting.; vine with blevpiu; ? CU8.felr Louisville, Cincinnati and Chicago. Only stop at t ,ll.,\\ in A.
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k ', that it will adopt as far as to sleep here the rest o' the night. After explaining the invention M. 1'. it \\'. s-Utioii: rttllrc1.. Baxter and Fargo Through coaches n-twecn Jat'kioiiviileVuii

"0h, I see," said the man in the Uaffaelli painted a small picture with :\lac''n.
/ 5 possible the Tinkegee methods, even to1 :\0. 2-IavLxprc-stnpsatallA..V: ) .. W. Uai "Nation :Maktadinit
the establishment of the wage system doorway. "Yore lye didn't work." his print .sticks and M. Bernard, the I for all points wept, and northwest 1..ltb'ia..orolt'c. and Macun. .oumiti<>n9

I. "Yes; it worked," groaned the man great colorist, exclaimed: Connectionramie at .Jacksonville noithlioutid trainof the S.:1. F.. acid! F. E C.
for all the work of the students, with I railways.
as he climbed over the fence and "It is wondfjffui: It is a revolutionin
l' the hope that the benevolent and relit oil !" E. II. BAKX1X s. I). !'!< 'KFIT.DR.MOFFE .
gious element of the population. limped forward, showing a face badly painting (,t'n. Cpl.r. C., Ii t'.,,. \1.
negro -- ---
bruised and a shirt torn into shreds."I .
m will gradually endow or assist in &e
tlfi; & got the stuff on 'em, durn the'rhides Treat Your Kidneys: For Kheiiin.itNin.
caring the needed advantages of edu i'S
'teet i ;a.l but they was in sech a hurry to When you are suffering: from rheumatism -
cation. The basis of admission is now m
ut 'c "'',,.".,. git out that they knocked one o' the the kidneys must be attended to at
( regulated by law. There is a representation that thwill eliminate
lll so the uric
Ie from under cabin an' an'the onre
Th props my me
t from each assembly district acid from the blood. Foley's Kidney -LdLA.

ope tt 3fal" according! : to the capacity! of the school. house started on a roll down the Cure is the most effective remedy for this :

eli l lill. Ef them hogs hain't got no more purpose. U. T. Hopkins, of Polar, Wis., -
J It can be made by appointment which ( TEETHING
POWDERS
rkin on 'em 'an I have they're in a bad says: "After unsuccessfully doctoring )
cba Pr Is supposed to be based on educational three years for rheumatism with the best E
RICHARD TUPPER.
lis. ,
Ark.
.J. W. perry(of A b.. t'iydl.( : r Ia. is. bOL
tIt Ul% ability. doctors, I tried Foley's Kidney Cure andit tt 03d aftSeaieas p
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two pckag ee of"TEF }> how we basen
au Y Sound safeguard of life. cured me. I cannot speak too highlyof loan -< parka.1V'e ... fo enwitboutit TCeotberdaraladrin5fu
The buildings will be modern, the kidneys are 4'ni' a Mi_ portaae,e L't wpu in a serious conh6oo; his tome ba4
he\\ \ Make thp kidneys healthy with Foley's this great medicine. 1.by Wilson ..berme Zhtion a gt ; we second dole of TEErH1al" poi
farm implement.and other equipment ti a feciilJ brtanee
'?" UV '- Sold b-v WijsorrC .isccu' & Son. J..I ytmdrregQoeapy

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.. rHE FLORIDA STAR: FRIDAY JULY 18, 1902. 7., !t

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;.i OPENING THE RAND MfNI year after the resumption of raining NEW AUTOMOBILE. f .:'-

operations upon the scale existing immediately .- __ii:' .. .__-- .. _'_ .._ "._- '_: ;1t _ :__ __ -_ _. __ .' __ :. :___ __ :::: ___ f <
A Carriage Which Condense Its ,,
prior to the war the output
How the Work Will Be Resumed Under Own Steam.A 1s I
of gold from the Witwatersrand will
British Rule In Transvaal. new style of steam automobile has ,
reach over 20,000,000 On
' [Special Correspondence. annually. just appeared and is attracting consid- -
] the whole, under the more liberal ad. s
erable attention
those
Pretoria, June 27.-With the returnof among who favor -
ministration promised by British rule the steam machines, says,the New
to the
Transvaal
peace there is a the outlook for gold mining in the York Tribune. The vehicle in question
revival of interest in the
gold mines of Rand is decidedly encouraging. condenses its own steam and, accord

a the Rand, and soon there will be a very VICTOR R. DAVIDSON.. ing to the makers, will travel a hundred -

general resumption of the gold mining miles on six gallons of water.

operations, which were interrupted by Need More Help. It is one of the first steam machines .

the war. There are, however, some Often the overtaxed organs of diges- built on the lines of the foreign gaso- The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been '

delicate and complicated questions tion cry out for help for dyspepsia's pains, line carriages. The makers have also in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of A

growing out of the change of nausea, dizziness, headaches, liver com- tried to get as far away as possible
sovereignty and has been made under his
plaints bowel disorders. Such troubles personal -
from the shaftless style. The machineis
and political control which call for prompt use of Dr. King's New arranged for carrying six persons. 4r- supervision since its infancy.

must be adjusted before everythingwill Life Pills. They are gentle, thoroughand P Allow no one to deceive you in this. a

be running smoothly again., guaranteed to cure. 25+;. at J. B.Screven's Bathing Cap For Women All Counterfeits, Imitations and ""Just-as-good" hut is

Of most interest both to British settlers drug store. The latest thing in bathing caps for Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

t in South Africa and to investorsin women is the rubber bandanna says i Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. .

South African mining Vf"- tures is WILL WRITE BOER HISTOrVEffects the New York Journal. It is large and

the question of the liability three cornered. In the center is the
c { the new
of the South African War
rubber cap. which fits down over the What is CASTQRIA
government for the obligations of the Discussed by a Milling Engineer.
head.. The ends are wound around the
late republic. Very diverse considerations Walter M. Chandler of South Africa, <
head like a handkerchief. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric -
:: affect the different categories In- a mining engineer, who was born in

.to which these liabilities necessarily Illinois at the Everett House in New Summer. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It

fall. In the first place,' there is, the York the other day discussed some of Moss at our feet, and overhead all green, contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
what he considers the probable effects 'Gainst tender skies that ever earthwardlean. substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
question of the liability of the new
of the Boer war. The subject interests and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Transvaal 'administration to outlanders While feathered songsters lift their lays
' him greatly. In fact before the war be- serene. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
: whether British or neutral, for
gan he had begun a history of the and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
S: property commandeered by the governments South African Hillsides aglow and bramble bower'd dells
republics, com-
now natural
i Where woodland music softly sinks and Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy auil sleep.
of the late republics. Then pleted up to the time of the war and swells, The Children's anacea-The Mother's Friend.

there is the question of the liability of he hopes to return and bring his history Where sway a million' pale and fragrant

the new administration for damages to date by personal interviews with bells.

t r for the expulsion):; of British outlanders.The the Boer ('OH1mall'rS. "Much depends See the last trace of dreariness give room CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

status of the various mining and now" he said to a reporter of the New To summer's glow of sunshine and perfume -

York Tribune, "not on what Englandhas Bears the Signature of '
t other companies; in the Transvaal now And the glad times of mingled song and
done, but on what England is going -
under British dominion, the position of bloom.
to do. If :she refuses to allow Boer -Genesee Richardson in Outing For July.
concession holders under concessions
military prisoners to return without
granted by the late republic and the 8100 leeward $100.
taking the oath of allegiance, or if she
present legal rights of those who havea still further removes the Cape Colony The readers of this paper will he pleaded U
to learn that there is at least one dreadful '
right to exploit hitherto unexploited constitution from her own colonists in disease that science has been able to cure in .

South Africa there will be trouble all its and that is Catarrh. Hall's
mineral fields are questions to be considered stages Catarrh
and aj iv-iul for her. The result of the war Cure is the ouly positive cure knownto
adjusted. KM
The You Have
the medical fraternity Catarrh being a Always BoughtIn
It is believed however that notwithstanding will then be dissatisfied: colonials anda constitutional disease. requires a constitu-
unitt race of Boers. Before the war tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure i is:
the change in the political i
the Boers):; of the colonies and the Boersof taken internally, acting directly upou the Use For Over SO Years.
status of the Transvaal which will follow blood and mucous surfaces of the system,
the two republics were divided, and
the recently concluded peace and thereby destroying the foundation of the disease THC CENTAUR. COMPANY 7T HURRAY STREET, N';'"VCR.. CITY I
it seems to me it was for England'sbest and giving the patient strength: in '.",- P ,.:...__: :_ __J _- ,; -. ,-,{ ..7i# f"" -
final establishment of British rule the interests to keep them so. The building up the constitution and assisting

main features of the mining law of the war and tide feelings; growing out of if nature in doing: its "ork. The proprietorshave .
l so much faith in curative
South African Republic will be retained have united them and may; continue to its powers __
that theYotleF One Hundred Dollars for any
and certain oppressive features draw them closer together. The real case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials

of monopolies etc.. bearing with reason for the war was the fear on the '
; part of the English imperialists of Sax- Address, J. CHENEY & CO Toledo, 0. The Seaboard Air-Line Railway
special weight on the mining industry Sold by Druggists, 73; :.
will be abolished.: The dynamite monopoly on republics glowing up in South ..1fI Hall's Family Pills are the best.A .
I ric a. But it is far from inconceivable
was one that Lore most heavilyon
that the imperialists: have overshot or \ew System of Tjpenritiug. CAPITAL CITY 3FS.OTJTE.

the mining industry, and accordingto ,: will overshoot the mark. A new and evidently rather difficult i

the reports of the state mining,: engineer "It is still too early to write a historyof system of teaching typewriting has

.}; explosives: including fuse and the war itself.: Such a history can been inaugurated in the Jersey schoolsfor The Shortest Route. The Best Line.

3. detonators, amounted to nearly 10 per only be written by talking in person that sort of thing, says the New

; cent of the total working costs of the with the different Boer commanders, York Press. It is teaching or causingthe ,: DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE

mines. In addition to this it was impossible as no l''cordsYl're kept. But. as I pupil to acquire the study by feeling } f

know from personal observation, history alone "It is just like music," said
to obtain the proper quality Including Sundays.TO .
is going to reveal to the world the woman who had learned how and
for the most: economical working, and
some of the most horribly dramatic the one who was listening; rapt to her v
often ::;0 cent or 50 cent gelatin -
,, per per
< 'facts ever recorded when the story of explanation could not regard her' as

F' had to be used in many instances the prison: camps where Boer women less than inspired.! It !'I't'llth:1t the Savannah Columbia Southern Pines

f{ where O i! per cent gelatinVOuld han and children died by the thousands, is ;girls who are learning this hard thingdo , ,

{ been much cheaper. These form no told. Nothing. I think, since the revolt not look at the Key hoard! but go entirely -

part of the mining law 1l1'oller-that is. of the American colonies will deal by the linger t iJlTh: (' keys are Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

the law regulating the tenure of mini eventually<:h a blow to England as not raised or in any way different from ,

the Boer war." the usual ones but the student is :up' Philadelphia New York '

, :: _=_ :, ,,-", -J posed to finally learn their\ location by ,
'
EXTERMINATION OF FLIES. association: and thus to become expert. Through P'\.1.11nl.an.: : Sloojpors. I;

The advantages of this kind of skill \

.' Ct\n\itaixn to He \Vaue Against theiirm are said<< to be marked increase in the Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto

1"- ( I'lirriiTN. speed movements and consequentlymore New Orleans '

The mosquito tuning boon convictedand pay for the work done. For 'urtlnT infiiriu.ition v rite i it ,

t. sentenced, the fly is now to bo E. L. BUXCII, litn. l'a-. Xjii'iit. A. < >. )[AcJOXELL5.t.. (ien. Pass! Agent,
Empress' Dowager Talks En lhh. Port-mouth, Va. Jacksonvillp! Fla'J,1s. '
brought to the bar of justice the
t says The empress: dowager has been picking }[. BAKU. Vice-Prcsident and, n. neral Manager. Portsmouth. Va2j .
New York livening: ; PostThe charge,: ,
up a few English phrases and tiled .
against; : the fly is that he is a perm
t their effect her at the reeeillladies' ... . ... ,
on quests gs "- ii/i'hJ'C';:: :::::t-l. ;; ( :: -udl: -
('ilITier.s long as ho was known bim- p,1
audience, says the North Chins
F ply as a nuisance the public was willing .
HeraH-"IIao tu ,vita." "Ha-p'l 1 nit: --- FOR '\' i
= ) simply to proudo him with sticky fil'rh.rinlw t'i." ,
paper to walk on and lot it jo at that. Richmond Washington Baltimore I {

rt' but now that he is discovered to be an Ph'hidephia Boston Atlanta .,.", "

intimate of the microbe and the bacillus TEARFUL OR CHEERFUL ash"tile Chattanooga Louisville : '.

the department of agriculture is Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas CityPittsburg ,,

going to take ]him jn hand. The work Whether a woman is tearful or cheer- Detroit ClevelandChicago -# .. \!

i of attending,: to the fly has been turned ful depends not on what she has materi- etc.

over to the bureau; of entomology: ally, but what she', i* physically.! Manyan _." A, __ .,r_ ", ___ """"" *'h t t
indulgent lui> at"l is driven almostto i
whore they call names unlit for publication
the tearful outburst of
despair! by a
by reason of their length and wife who oheSOUTUIRN

the disgraceful manner in which the has "ererything -

consonants crowd the vowels and the she
i
Vowels the consonants. Hut in this wants." He

case tilt !bureau has decided to give up'its' wants to F11vROUTE !

n big names and get right down to : knowwhat's the
th" 'olile.
pr
r- I
matter. But _
;:
Tho campaign;: is to be carried on by i "
the wifecan't OF THE CELEBRATED: TRAINS:
appealing to the and the intention ,- yy t \'
CKVSHEDing masses tell. T I
A STAMP IU TTEUY,WHEKK: DUE IS
was to !,I'ntlont :t lot of statistics S'.ie: only 1 I The Southern's Palm Limited
titles. It is to be expected both in
in the usual form. Jut: it seeuisnnn' knows that f
the nature of the case and in view of she is depressed I .!
The
one took the bureau of enturnologyqudttly Washington, Richmond and
; made by Brit- and ( rf
deelaratiolmstlreuly
the aside and mentioned to it in a Florida
despondent.Such i Limited
aimeustonis" : frank but kindly manner that the P -

tulsses do not read statistics; that they condition is a r./i } \" The New York and Florida Express

?- tained under British rule as far as possible would, in fact, run a mile to escape tedious usuallv related ; (\;
TO THE EAST.
t supplemented by the principlesof technical studio of the Musoadomestica. to (- A -<(\ ,

the) Siomoxvs calcitrant' the form \ \
: some
law.The -- ..
English common The and Florida
ceased working in Prosophil. amnpeh'plifla. the llomalum- of womanly Chicago Special
companies ; yia eanicularis and all the various and disease. The mental depression has its The 1. '.
' October 1MW, by reason of the declaration corresponding womanly weakness. Florida Limited ; "
:
, frightful Buries of house: tlies: stabletlies
of war but the late Transvaal fruit tlies and high tlies that besetus. Doctor Pierre's Favorite description TO THE NORTH AND. WEST. : r..jf .
'
changes tearful women to cheerful women .
} government continued operations upon So the householder is to be told
; by curing the diseases which cause phys- }
its own account in some of the richest plainly in ordinary Kndish: to keep his ical weakness and depression of spirits.It f ,.q

4 mines up to May, 1900. In May, 1901. premises clean and to offer no possible establishes regularity, dries unhealthy! Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via \ ''.

,,; crushing operations were resumed by germ enriched feeding ground fr m I drains, heals inflammation and ulceration Asheville through "The Land of the Sky. t

the companies themselves though up- which Hits may carry disease on their i and cures female weakness. Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in J

: 150 stamps foot to the food in thi kitchen and din Mrs Alice Adam, of La or try.Va..hing- connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway !
on a very small scale only ton Co., Pa., says: "With many thanks I write Pullman Cars and Hotel all
ing room. Pamphlets are being,: sent i Sleeping Dining Cars on throagh
being run at three mines. The number : to let you know how I am I ceuay hj t Goo s
out by the division of entomology;: to help and your help I am well. 1 hive taken MIbottks trains. .
was steadily increased and by the end of'Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and '
; health boards, physicians committeesand two of his Golden Medical Discovery,' and I Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited. : .
of 1901 653 stamps were running, representing individuals! in all parts of thel'ol1l1tl' can do all my work I can't praise your medicine ,
mines. During the too highly I will recommend your mMi- {
twelve is doing
while this
and : experiments -
) cines as long a* I h\e If anyone doubts this ,
eight months ending with the year are under way to discover i more give them my address" H. F. CAREY, Fla. Paa. Agt 103 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla. .

412.000 tons of ore were milled, and effective means of carrying on the war Favorite Prescription" makes weak j .. i

238,995 ounces of fine gold valued at against the tiy.Xew. women strong and sick women well. S. H. HARDVICK V. H. TAYLOE, \. ",.
substitute for the medicine -
1,014,687, were produced. During the German Coin. Accept which no works wonders for weak General Passenger Agent, Aat't Gcal Pau. Af cat, er

f nearly six months of the present$ ari4 The *"*:* ''tnian government women. Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Oa.Jaaaarr ,

the same if not greater rat\-he COYo-" / 'vered. >k 6iiverGriece Keep the bowels healthy by the 15. 19O8.fc .
been maintained. tert9 I ling now; write, timely use "f Doctor Pierce's Pleaant
duction has
,1t Bd\te u l Greenland Fla. lY ,as. 1
It is _fairly Fi;'itllAtl'd.t !: .f} ,,. .fb fitci you rise t ,--eetf." Sgency, Roselamiglj" o' lets. G ) .

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r I ? { ,.- .. COCOA,BUSINESS* DIRECTORY; MELBOURNE. Difficult DigestionThat EAST COAST MEAT MARKET :;

WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Em- Tuesday being election day, we noticeda is dyspepsia.It .
.i' K a balnjer, Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup- number of old-time! friends in town. makes life miserable. G. F. DUREN Agent, r
, plies,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing
.: of Every Description. Agent for&veridge i Judge Minor Jones, of Tituaville, spent Its sufferers eat not because they want to, r
: jr Steam Cooker. I Sunday in town, the guest of Mr. S. F. -but simply because they must.They .

rI Gibbs. know they are irritable and fretful; 1cAw Florida
FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty
but they cannot be otherwise. r
+ years experience all kind of repairing Mr. John Jones, of Titusville, was in '\ ; and
c t done nice and heap; also ladies'and men's town lately. Also Attorney D. L. Gaul- They complain of a bad taste 'in the
j f a shoes made to order. mouth, a tenderness at the pit of the stomach \VesternIeafs to
an feeling of puffy fulness,
uneasy
GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The ,01d Reliable den.Two popular traveling men, Me.srs headache, heartburn and what not. } f
reliable goods f )
fresh and
Store for ,
good
The effectual remedy, proved by perma-
of the
such Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, Fudger and Moore, were late guests "
'
y'Jri" \ as nent cures of thousan of severe cases, isHood's i j -
l -V Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. McBride house. i a a of allKinds.

1 JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. Mr. John Minor came up from :Malabar Sarsaparilla

t Pleasant!. facing the river on river Tuesday, where he has been spendingsome HOOD'S PILLS are the best cathartic. .
.t front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by time with Mr. Henry Stark. t'tlrib
jf the week ormonth. \ 4
t I 1 Miss Jessie Goode is again home and at FOnT FIERCE. Wrecked !


I* t F*frI ** I INDIAN RIVER[R RIPPLES.l[ work as Ankona.Mr. postoffice.usual as. postmistress.She enjoyed in her the vacation Melbourne -- Connecticut Hon. H. G.Wednesday Bronson and morning wife for left the for should Your home be protected and property by.... Titusville, Florida. . 1

at 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O G p
I balance of the summer.
Personal and Newsy Briefs down from Ti- Insurance 0 0
John
r Paragraphs Henry came
Miss Coutant, who has been the guestof i -
j at Towns Along the Coast tusville last Tuesday, and went to visit from FIRE. LIGHTNIXQ
I Mrs. A. M. Sample the past two weeks, 0 ( .
r his old-time friend, Major C. E. Graves, and CYCLONES.;; !The expense l
leaves for Miami the last of this week.
COCOA. at Melbourne Beach. is small compared to
i the risk of
of the Mr. W. C. Rawlinson's horse met witha a catastrophylike ,
We are anxious for the returns The new auditorium to the postoflice, this. Write to or ask
I election. Hoice & Stet- serious accident at Ankona one of his
being built by contractors Schuyler &: Branning, Titusville,
'4 shopping ter is well under and will add muchto feet being caught in a barbed wire fence for
T : Mrs. Capron and daughter were way reliable information,
1 in Cocoa on Tuesday. the comfort and convenience of Postmaster and cut to the bone. rates,.etc.,.etc.. . I
---- --- - -- -- -- -
i Goode. The wedding of Mrs. Amy Hart and
f A ', Mr. Yanlandin ;ham, of Titusville, ;
Mr. Archie occurred last }
Hendry Sunday, ROBBINS ,
Jackson left here last Monday
The family -
i in Cocoa. '
f z? : spent Monday.and Tuesday for their new home in Fort Pierce. Justice of the Peace A. C.. Ditmar, performing ._!

1 l? t Dr.: Hughlett was called to Bonaven- We shall miss the society of these pleasant the ceremony. & GRAHAM CoY rapr

o tore Tuesday: to see Mrs. Iims, .who is : people, and wish them success in The scholars who attended the second I :

ft ,.' quite sick. their future home. grade are very sorry to learn that Miss: CO. UV1 1 ,
.
; t Aleph Minis will not teach next term. (Incorporated. Paid Capital 25000.00) I G'i'
r r I llalph Magruder spending part of the Mr. Byington, editor of the Miami up

F t week with his little sister, who leaves for Xews, was one of the guests at the McBride She :s a great favorite, and loved by all This company owns lands I OX THE FOURTH OF JULY

Clinton, S. C., Thursday.. house last week. He made some the little girls.A in the Indian River Coun- I open up one of my bottles of

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lapham are re- new friends in town, who will be glad to young brakeman on a freight train met try, on the St. Lucie River, I OLD WINE OR WHISKEYand
.t see him in Melbourne again. with a painful accident Monday night at at New River, and on Biscayne drink to the health and prosperity; of
Lt j oicing over the advent of a little daughter St. i friends and self. These goods are pure and
Lucie. His feet crushed and he
9 r Abbie Elizabeth. Grandma Hill is all Capt. S. M. Martin treated some of his were Bay. II I I wholesome. Unexcelled for richness,strength .
Melbourne received a severe cut on the head. lie .ana flavor. Right for health and hospitality.
( v smiles. friends to a moonlight ride to PRICES TO SUIT TllE'I'IJIES'
!I 1r beach last Monday evening in his launch was taken at once to Augustine hospital Send for land list. R. I,. I\Jot1o" 'f
r The whole community is regretting the on a social train, accompanied by Dr. C. ,
Dreamer. The bathing by moonlight: in OFFICES AT . It
I fact that Miss Dodson will not be in the the ocean was delightful. Among the P. Platts. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. I TITUSVILLE and COCO .

school again. No teacher has ever been _
:' guests were Mesdames 11. B. Templeton,
L I to Cocoa who was so universally! liked. G. M. Brown, L. A. Peek, G. M. Phillipsand STUAUT.

., We will give the new teacher a hearty Meta Mack; the Misses Lela Barne, Frank GaiUier spent Tuesday here. Jas. Pritchard & Son

{ Rr welcome. Mattie Brown, Jessie Goode, Viola Hor- Capt. J. :McNeill: is suffering from a se- ,

) The young people of Cocoa and Rock ton and Alma Martin; the Messrs. John vere cold. Headquarters

Ledge are getting up a dramatic entertainment Nicholson, J. G. Horne, G. M. Brown, for. . . .
t Postmaster Bitching has lately paperedthe
J. A. Hoke Fred Fee M Salano E D.
to be given at the town hall ,
interior his
Oi house which
J Oslin Dr. L. A. Peek and Kev. 11. B. improves
; 1 next Friday, July 2;;. The program will the looks of it very much. HARDWARE
consist of a one act farce, followed by a Templeton.You .
i '
minstrel, under the able management of Pineapple shipping is commencing to :

Mr. Sam Childs. After the program ice- assume no risk when you\ buy get slack. The number of crates to be

. cream will be served. The cast of characters Chamberlain's Cholera,. Colic and Diar- shipped from this section is estimated at ..Tinware, Crockery, Stoves...
rhoea B. I{. Wilson & will
Son
Remedy. 53,000.
I in the farce, "Per Telephone, is. as Boat Goods Paints Oils
; I refund your money if you are not satis- ;
t follows: Mr. Guy Harling, Mr. John I fied after using it. It is everywhere ad- The terrific lightning waich played and
i. Powers; Mr. Ned Austin by Mr. G. Van ; mitted to he the most successful remedyin about Stuart on Saturday last set the ;

j 1 r I Haute; Miss Nan Cuzzin, Miss Myra \use for bowel complaints, and the onlyone woods on fire near Bessey creek, which VVOODENVV AR.E.

1 t: Williams; Miss Mary Halcome, Miss Ella that never fails. It is pleasant, safe. has burned steadily over since, rurning: Write for prices.

1) ,, Singleton; Nora, a senant1iss Kate and reliable. north and south. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. _

Eyer., Box 212. ,
c A.I3 P c I XA. Cholera Iiifnutuui.

; '." I OAK HILL. Bears tie The Kind You Have Always Bought This has long been regarded as one of JAMES PIUTCHARD. President. W. M. BROWN, Vice-President. C. S. SCHUYLER Cashier

i! Mr. and Mrs. Walter Null were at Mr. Bignatare the most dangerous and fatal diseases:,; to

j ,{ J. S. Gaines' Saturday and Sunday. which infants are subject It can be INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.
cured, however, when properly treated.
$. : Mra. L. H. Barber left :Monday for New Order of Soldiers.An AH! that is necessary is to give Chamber-\ -

Hastings, and with her mother, Mrs. lain's Cholera, Colic and.! Diarrhea: Kem- County Depository.
4 old soldiers' organization has (.dy and castor oil, as directed with each
Middleton, will go from there to Reynolds -
it Authorized Capital$100,000.
Ga. for the been :started at Washington and it is Bottle, and I a cure js l'el'tain. For sale byB. [
summer.
; planned to extend: it all over the country II. Wilson & Son, druggists. Paid up Capital, 25,000.

I \ Mrs. J. S. Gaines has returned from her and to take into it all citizens whoever ---_.- Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS -
visit to Saulsville accompanied by herj' Weekly Weather I el'ort.
haH lousht; for the United: Statcs.sa's A
sister, Mrs. Elen: Carlisle, and son: who U.8. DEPARTMENT! OF AGRICULTURE WEATHER -
the New York Times.
Speakingfor
will remain with her for a few* weeks. } BUREAU Seneral Business
the Banking
new organization "Private"DalzcII Comparative statement of temperatures
t( i I Mr. H. S. Barker is hauling lumber said: *nd rainfall for the week ending Tuesday,
preparatory to building an addition to "This organization is intended to embrace July 15th, 19ft Largest and Oldest

l' f his house, and will be able to accommodate soldiers of all wars and their 1502\* 1!>01 Bank; on the River
DATE MAX. MIS. MAX. MIN.
t quite a number of guests this winter. sons in a national political organization. Julyt! $fi 1 so. S' is
and Sold i: .
.
..' Exchange Bought on > -
It will not in t'rft'1'l'rith party 10. 55 i;.' 6S 7t> t.
: Miss Mary SummerHn,of Oak Hill, was Ii politics, religion or any other oliliga' ".. 11. 8'3 it; 87 74 all Foreign Countries. y-
married in Sebastian, July 7th, to :Mr. 12. ttO() 71; !tt'I:? 74 '
; tions of '
its members. It will not ,:mtagonize af'
Patronage appn.t'iatt'll. sl'r\'il't',
Prompt
i5 a9!) l
Wilkinson at that 13. 9O) 77
telegraph operator the Grand: Army of the He- 11. 5, iJ S7 7bsS politetrcahuentandeveryfavurcunsistrnt _
t place. The young couple have our best public or the Union Veterans' union or 15. $9! 74 70 with conservative' hanking granted. $ i t'

11 wishes. any other patriotic organization in Total rainfall for the week.0.00( inch. OOBRESroxnKXTfc: 1' ", .y
. Departure from the normal rainfall for the :-eabuard; National Bank, of New York
existence because the members of this rand
I Mrs. F. W. Bright! who has been visit- _
week minus 11I!> inch. National Bank of JackTITUSVILLE. ,. -
.. ins; her friends here for the past week, new organization belong to the others. Departure from normal rainfall since Jan-
\ ) left Tuesday with her three children for "The intention of the promoters of 1. IH02$ minus 9 74 indies. FLORIDA.
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P.
HAL \RDIX,
where Mr. is the new combination, if it may be so
.1 Cordele, Ga Bright now Observer Weather Bure lu.Humor .
called, is to have
organizations bj
,'+. working. states congressional, districts counties. E. L. BRADY & BRO. I

Married, July Sth, 7:150::; p. m., at the and precincts, the same as the political of Manila Fight.; ,

I. residence of Mr. A. Montgomery: bye parties have organizations today. It i Captain Pohl, who was on board the GROCERIES HAY: I DALIFOOD:
I '- Mr. W. C. Howes, X. P., :Miss Sarah J. the purpose of the organization to con- Gorman cruiser Irene in Manila harbor PRODUCTS.

Bellamy and Mr. A. Montgomery.: A trol nominations and elections of men relates in the P.erlin Marine Hund- \'e handle pro<
: number of the neighbors were invited who are favorable to the soldier and if schau\ what he deems to be the "unius- <'n the above hues 01 goods. and solicit the trade of all con.ttniers. Write us fur price, m
dram and all drou-ries. delivered at station. E. L.
your BKADY HliO.
I and treated to a fine wedding supper, need be tp defeat without regard to iusj c.asis of the American misconception : Tm SVII.LE. 1-1.-\ .

'1 after which they indulged! : in dancing; till party, any man in the country for ollkvwho of the attitude of German toward -

midnight when they left, wishing the has demonstrated hostility or indifference '
( the blockade.: He says the band EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY
i 1. i; bride and groom much happynF.} to the interests:: of the old of the Irene played an American :air CO .
,
_-t soldier! of and e'l'r11'. ,
}. -- any after salutingCommOllore Dewey'sflag ---= .
"::0: broad is this now order that
and the
it
,; UeallH'Oofra olls.f Spanish pilot thought
U.. ." President Roosevelt, himself an honorably was the Spanish coronation hymn and Gencral Oflic, Hl CtLlli:, .'L.'.

i Bears are more numerous in Yellow' discharged soldier of the United} related the incident ashore in extravagant Yards at TitiiHiilU>, I:all Gallic and Toil 'h'J''c.

s stone park this year than ever before, States army, may and likely will become language.The : .
{ COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER AND BUILDING;
says a dispatch from .:MammothHot a member as will also, if they Spanish newspapers in Manila, MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS, .

II Springs to the St. Paul Dispatch. lll'sirlOrlwral I'reckinridge and it is added, printed this version of the SASH AND DOORS, BLINDS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE 1

: Among the objects of Interest the bear 'Fighting Joe' Wheeler although they incident, and the Spaniards:: in Manila ,
the Union in the AI>1)KI>: S ALL OKIIKKN TO TilE OKNKISAL; ;
f I' proof meat wagons: used to transport were fighters against and elsewhere showed an enthusiastic OTFH r.: _

meat over: the mountain roads to the civil war. The single requirement for liking for everything German, the -

(:. .;;; park hotels occasion no little comment. eligibility; Is an honorable discharge: commander of the volunteers of Iloilo GEO. N. HATCH, : : :is: I

f f. On first sight they are taken for gov- from the military or naval service of telegraphing the commander of the --.---- -- -

e j,l.1 eruiiKMii! ammunition wagons, as they the government.Sons of eligible; members Irene his thanks for the "sympathetic Dealer in 1-

\L T c are built along bombproof lines. The will also be admitted to the or demonstration." General Merchandise,

i4 ,- wagon beds are about three feet high der. The Grand Army of the Ik-public The Americans in Manila, therefore consisting of e\erythiu "".. -- _.- .
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and covered with heavy sheet. iron, Is prohibited by its constitution: and according to Captain Pohl, believedthe usually! kej-t ill a ROCKLEDGE, FLA.

th.7) iron gratings on the ends providing bylaws from interfering in any way pilot's story, but Commodore Dewey f1r<:t..1 '."?nri1 I _4nm.... : -- __

I_ f I ventilation.The in the nomination or appointment or knowing the facts, laughed at
bears are so numerous that these election of any person to civil otliee." them.

e -- --_.- ----- -------- The Lamp of
wagons have become a necessity. An _. Steady Habits
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h ::! -'. -- : -- :- :' :: _. .
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bed with wooden Parasols on Whip
ordinary wagon a
ii m Th > lamp that doesn't flare up or smoke, or cause - -
t box would be torn to pieces in a single DON'T WAIT.If Mrs. De Lancey Kane has inaugurated to ust- hiil lintnu,;.- : the lamp that looks K'd whenyou you
iii night and the meat taken or carried a fashion in Newport which is 't get it and sit, \s good ; the lamp that you never wallinly
part with, -ii r yoit have it ; that s
s tect away. It Is doubtful if even these you knew how SCOTT'SEMULSION I sure to find many followers among i' The Rochester. "

.; nt ; bearproof wagons would withstand the would build you I horsewomen, says the New York _.f New
a le test if exposed too long owing to the Press. She is using a whip these days ,t"Other lamps may be offered you as just as good L. -
ope n and great strength of the an- up, increase your weight, which serves as a sunshade. The parasol rs they may lie, in suave resla i ri.. but for all around good
Ingenuity rev there s onl\ one Tl.r X-w Loc) ster. To make '
; imals. strengthen your weak throat is placed in the center and pro sure the lamp offend you to genuine. look for the name
on it ; every lamp has it. $$) Varieties.) COld ,
and and in con tects her from the sun while drivingjn 4
lungs put you Lumps Made We\v '

A New Culinary Caprice. dition for next winter, you I Bellevue avenue. We can fill every lamp want. No mattor whether you -T-
tit them .
tti4 Select small cantaloupes, put ; t want a new lamp or stniv. an old one repaired or refine '
alid r the ice for several hours; then cut would begin to take it now. DRAY1XO. -.4 '* ,Ii- .. hed, a va on : H ,
ICi.A thet crosswise, remove !! Send for free sample, and try it. usf
halves \
In kinds of and
each one All hauling draying attended i'w'
SCOTT BOWNE. Chemists ae
th ecavity seeds and seed pulp and fill the 409-415 Pearl Street New York. to promptly. I na-vet all trains.! uu t iTv nr'tx.f.. ""nt of diseases o

with/te cream, covering the. !;;S--."" *..*.and Ji.oo;all druggists. ... I Stove wood for sale. v" e2
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