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: August 8, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Volume ID: VID00638
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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: . 6 FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 1902. .. ..
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[ , HARRY 4
i TRACY OUTLAW
,. F the fund being raised, for the marine is PARADISE REGAINED." !
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\ carnival on Wesley lake and the other 11
as ; r Whereas The legislature of 1901, under the 1
t ; half I will give to Miss Bradford, to
; : constitution of 1885, of the state of Flonda.did wI, f.
lS. When spend for Ice cream J
; a Mere Boy He.Became pass two joint resolutions proposing!
'"' ,'- As soon as the meeting adjournedthe amendments to the constitution of the state of FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. !

f.J. J- { a Desperado violinist gathered her friends Florida and the same were agreed to by a
{ ; :' : of three fifths of all the members ehcted
vote
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. about her and started for a nearby ice
: ':'( to each house that the vote said joint resolutions
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I f ru cream parlor. were entered upon their rtspectiv'e LOCAL TIME I CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8, 1902.
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J , EXPERT AT UNDOING HANDOUFFSj journals,with the yeas and nays thereon,and

..,j &,..f ";;"" TRUST. they did determine and direct that the said SOU7HBOMD-READ: DOWN. NORTHBOU D-IEAD UP. j jNo.
> HEAD OF NEW OIL
,'"-'<.: joint resolutions be submitted to the electorsof I '9

; ff, ":".::,.' Desperate Criminal Who lias Terror- the state at the general election in November 39'No. 35 Ne. 78 No.
Untold Wealth of. John D. Rockefeller 19U2 r.UIN LINE. 321
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: lied the State of
Has
Washington Now l H. Crawford
t>" and Standard OH Company. therefore ,- Clay secretary -

i i. ,.I' ijrt i" '. on Several Occasions Sprang hlanda' The Standard Oil company, which is of state of the state of Florida do hereby be 5 CO plto 1 Lv.................... Jacksonville....................Ar 7C, 8 lOa

:'?: culls and Shackles While give notice that a general election will 5 03 V'10.3'; : LY..................80. JA"ltionTU e.............. ....Lv S eJ p 8 42aC15p113aa
: Walking at the head of the new oil trust is cap- held in each cou nty in Florida Tuesday next .......................8.. .: lItUStil e....................... 0!S s 3p 1401 '3
P.;:-J. With Ills Guards. italized at $110,000,000 under the laws succeeding the first Monday in November, A. t3p13C3p .........................-HaetinEs.. ...................,..... tl lip 7O3aQ c2
i of but is D. 1902, the said Tuesday being the 4th day I 7 CO p 13p ........................Ea.stPa.latk&........................ t 63p 160a733p136tp tit
t': When Harry Tracy, the desperadoWho : of the state New Jersey, of November for the ratification or rejectionof <; ......................... Neoll& ..............,......... 417p 63Ts t '!!.
E. worth at least a billion and a half be- amendments r: 7 43 p 1 C31 1. .........................Bunnells........................... .Oip e 1)5&) if3:;
I has terrorized all the state of of of its stock, the said joint resolutions proposing :; 7 5Z P I 1 131.1. 1: ponS........................... 3571' o50a 9,'e I
Il cause the appreciation to the constitution of the state of Florida C B 1911 1 ".Ol' ..........................Ormoau..........................a boa try
C , '6..Washington" was a small boy, he es says the New York Journal viz.: i 833p f3P :13a .. r ,

it tablished his reputation as a dangerous This octopus which has from its modest ARTICLE XIX. j B 331' 152p..3.. OS p I 6 13& '3:a
:E 9COp t4U a ...
fir criminal In Monroe county, Ia., says a beginning brought about a community That the following amendments to the con .; .. .. 21 ; ;n;a"

t r-- >> of interests in the oil business of stitution of the state of Florida be, dud the z ....... 3:1p ......................... ......................... a p---------a- g J
: dispatch from Albia, Ia., to the Philadelphia same are hereby, agreed to, and shall be sub < ....... 353p ..........................COt.oa. ....................... ? ( .
I North American. Late in the the world forcing the house of the mitted to the of the at the .:f ....... 4C1p .........................RocklE'd e..........................1131L...... -.Syr
Rothschilds to come to its terms, is the electors state aen 4 c ....... 433p .........................E4U GalIiE'......................... .243p....... -4i :
i t f II-; fall of 1887 a fine road team belonging end election in 1902 for ratification or rejection foe :: ...... .391' .........................}lelbourne......................... 2 33p ....... :I
owner of fleets, buildings towns, plants 0 ....... 519p ..........................8ebastlan ......................... 11 f a....... i'5z
.. to R. 0. Cramer of Albia was stolen that cover miles of territory, thousands Section 2 of irticle Y of the constitution is z ..... .. BCop ..........................St. Lucie.j 0011. ....... ;S620p ..
\. \ from a stable In the heart of the city.; hereby amended so as to read as follows: ..: ...... .........................Fort Pierce........................ 11 00 a ....... .:: :"'
.. of railroad oil cars and 20,000 miles of The court shall consist of three E-t ....... 6:3p .........................'''hite C1ty......................... 10 4S: &,....... a"r
: The theft occurred at 9 o'clock in the oil tubing.In : supreme l; ....... 6tip ...........................Tlbbala........................... IG 32& ..... '
.- p and bold justices, except as hereinafter provided, who p ....... 69sp ............................Ec'en.. ......................... 1028&...... C1
.:" evening was so that persons. its possession is nearly all of the shall be elected by the qualified electors of ....... 6 6Jp ...........................Jen@E'n........................... I'') Ia .. .....
; J/ who saw two men drive away fromCramer's oil land In America north of Texas, the state at the time and places of voting for ; '. ....... 700 p.............................Staart. ....................... 11 i 14 a'....... g 0t
; members of the legislature, and shall hold p' ....... 7:0p ........................lIope S.und......................... 94130 ...... a tto
!. I" barn with his blooded team, some of It-and the greatest holding- their office for the term of six years except < ....... ....................'VestJupitf'r. .................... 9 aZa ....... !
.( that the horses being In western Pennsylvania and those first elected of whom to be designated ::: ....... ..................\\'est Palm Beach..................... 8 f,8a ....... a
t ft supposed were being one ....... ..........................Boynton......................... 83311.. ...... ..Px
dt taken away with the permission of the West Virginia. Its grasp has extendedto by lot in such manner as they may determine ....... 743p.........................Ft. LauderddoJe...................... 'I S->a ........ g
i nearly every country in the world shall hold his office: for two years; ....... 1 .................:......Lenlon Cay........................ 653x.. ...... r.:
; owner. another, to be designated i in like manner for ....... ........ ........ .... ...Miami... .......... .. .........Lv 114)8.: ......
f After spending several thousand dollars controlling the trade in nearly every; four years and the third for six years, so that

j it in recovering his team Mr. Cra section, and so profitable has become one shall be elected every two years after the BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 33 AND 78.

<: I f; mer and Sheriff Milt Forrest of Albia its trade that in 18:.)9 the profits amounted first election.
have been increasing The chief justice shall be designated by lot BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.
to $45,000,000 and
: li' j i connected Tracy with the crime and by said justices, and shall be such during his

!1 found him in jail at Wymore Neb. at a prolific rate every year term of office. The first election for said
N'J. 571 No. 65No.. No.49 ALATKA No. 46 No. 48 No. 50 No. 6-1 No. 56'
Extradition papers were secured and since. justices shall take place at the first electionfor Daily. I Dally / Daily bat y DaHl 7// BRA NOH. I batty J lJlIill j Daily I Daily I Daily
t Of John D. Rockefeller's holdings in members of the l legislature: after the rati
l Tracy was brought back to Albia for the Standard Oil alone intimate of fixation of this constitution, and their term of 737p 635p 433p 1145a / 645s v l'alatk40 Ar 6'lia / 713a 1395p I 523p 7251
trial Hut the work of the officers had an office shall begin on the first Tuesday after ,763p 6551 4EOpI12cp- 643a .1r E.Palatka Lv 60)a 6b5a1223p 5C3p 7t3pNo. .
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j.. t the financier remarked In Wall street the first in after their elec.
only begun. The prisoner was locked Monday January i
51 No.45 Nt. 48 No. 6aDoUty
"I should that Mr. Rock
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recently say SAN MATEO BRANCH J r
in the county jail only a few hours tion.Upon DII.111 DaL'y Lally
f efeller was worth today a little less ratification of this amendment to the

when guards discovered that he had constitution the governor, by and with the .75) p 510 a. Lv-.................... Palatka...........................r U a p815p '
f picked all the locks between himself than a thousand million dollars. Take consent of the senate, shall appoint three I lI..1) 1Ar! . ... ...... ...... ... .. .S..n Mateo. ......... .. ..... .......:..Lv I 5 ai a II. P,

,' and freedom and was about to make his holdings In Standard Oil alone. more justices of the supreme court each of No.23 I N19; ---- No24t.

his I They have been worth during the present whom shall have the same poweis and Sato.tt ,.... No.21 No. 17 No. 6 MAYPRT I No,: 6 I No. 18 No. 20 N,. 22 9at
escape.Unwilling year more than 300000000. But shall receive the same compensation Sun. Daiy! Ella Sun i1Y Daily bat y BRANCH D" 11 I Dilly: Dally 1>,,111.t Sun
to trust the man in a cell, as each of the other justices of the and y. ,l..x_ iExSun I mr y955j .
Rock
ft must be remembered that Mr.
Sheriff Forrest ordered that he be supreme court, and each of the justices so ap- S i3 1,1 i 4.531) 2 OJ P 9 38.. Jacksonville. A 100 a. 8 40 a 0' 1'1 613 p 9 Up
taken to the Cramer hotel and kept in efeller who squanders less than must pointed shall hold office until the first Tuesday 9 53 p 5 "I i I'' ,; 4 53 p 2 03 t0 9 38 a' S Beach: Lv., 6 t2 a. 8 32 a ,.3 3 e 02 p 9 Up
rich men on his personal wants, has after the first Monday of June iu the year 1) 30 p 7 21 1 II : 5 30 p :2 I tJ P :o 10 a" P.II.O 6208. 8 IAa'122p' 5331 8t3p
a room under the constant watch of i 2 t3 \O15a "At anticBch 613a: I
13351 7:3P 533 p V' 765a1213p 925p 833p
HlO;;. and further hold office until hisMII'ec
been growing rich at the rate of com- may '
.t I 30 a Ar )1aJport Lvi800a! 1 40a( 12 "m 6191 8131
J guards. George and Frank Harris, ,
sor shall be elected and qualified, if it
; two of the sheriff's deputies, were selected pound interest."I hall be so provided by law For the year Dixie Flyer! Route Seeping! Car operated 0:1 trains 6 and 22.

: as the man's guards. Tracy don't think any man will deny ISKIo, aud for the subsequent years the legislature .
that Mr. Rockefeller has made an average may provide by !aw for the election of
t warned them that they had undertaken No. 11 SANFORD No. 12 No. 3N,. 1 ORANGE CITY No. Z I No. 4
such number of of the I \
1 of $30,000,000 a year for ten justices supreme courtas Daisy I BRANOH lJuly Duly lJaily I BRANCH I Daily I Daily
I
a big job and they exercised great it may determine, and prescribe their terms

: care in making the prisoner's escape years. The reinvestment of this sum of ollice not to exceed six years: provided, -T 05 a Lv..TJtusnl1e.' 12JP 3C p ;1J 10 a .. ..:- Sm1-nlL..Ar a l 5p 53 p
alone supposing he had no principal that the number of justices of the supreme 118a. ..... .. ..... 107p ,, 3Up.1l21a.Lv..La.keHE'1E'n..Lv, 12J p 'Up
impossible ills clothing was all taken 83a Lv..:... OiitE'E'n..Lv 1152!) a : 0113)a Lv..Ora.ngl" C1tI..Lv lJ p t 21 P
court holding office at the time shall
at 5 per cent compound interest would same not 8 S5 Lv... .E'nn rprise..Lv 1130 :1 t OS 1145 JctLv 115
from him and he was given wearing a. 8. i P a Ar.Oran8a Cly p .15 P
be less than and
mean the addition of more than $400- three, shall not be greater 93Oa .\ .. .. ..8 mord . .. .Lv 11 00 a ,
apparel which was known to be free than six, and prodded that Uu justice of the
from sort of tools. The 000,000 to his riches. supreme court can by such an act of the legislature The e Time Tables show the times at whl'h trains may be expected to arrive and depart
any weapons or from the several stations but their arrival or departure at the times stated U nut guaranteed,
"Pint the securities from which this deprived of his office Curing the
room was cleared of all furniture that nor decks the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any conse' aenea arising there
income has been derived have steadily term for which lie was elected. from.
3 f was .not absolutely necessary for the Section 4 Article V of the constitution is
increased in value. His Standard Oil
use of the prisoner and his guards. hereby amended as to read as fino.! : The Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mi am a.
in three four have
holdings
is Frank Harris agreed that he wouldbe or years majority 61' the justices of the supreue court

handcuffed with the prisoner andS doubled In market value; his railwayand shall (institute a quot 11111 for the transactionof BETWEEN MIAMA KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
other securities have advanced tremendously all buiness. But when there shall be six
would sleep with him thus making escape justices of the supreme court, the court may SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.
and in the past three years hear aid determine and exercise of
Jnii/ossible. The door leading into cases: any
) his wealth has increased in a sum its powers when sitting either in a body or in LT. !oIla.mA., 101'8. Weds ................ .11 C, P LY. Havana, Tues,Thurs .. ............ ...10 OOa
the third story room, in which the man two divisions: under such regulations Ar. Key \\p.t.TuE's. Thurs............. 12 3) pAr. Key Wpst.Tues.TI'urs.' .... ........... 6 33p
to which as
I was imprisoned, was securely locked would astonish the American be may Lv. KeyWestTurs.Thurs.. ............. 733p Lv. K.yWE'st.Tues.Thurs. ...... ........7C3p
and people if the actual figures wvre laid prescribed by law or by the rules of said Ar. Havana Weds. F'is. ... .. .... .... .. I 50a Miama.\Veds.. Fris. .... ,.........,... <6< OOa
George Harris stood ghard in the C'Hirt not inconsistent therewith. The cunctmence -

hall outside. In the middle of the first before them. of a n-ajutity of the members of the Tor copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.J. .

"There few first class railroadsin court sitting iu wherein the
are auy cause court
night the prisoner was kept in the ho- D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
which he does not of the shall sit as one body shall be necessary to a ,
own some ,
\ tel Frank Harris awoke and discovered dwiiipn; :and l when any member of a division
\\ that had stock. There.are few trusts in whichhe ot thu shall dissent fiom
Tracy sprung the handcuff court the majority of

s from his wrist and was standing has not been compelled to reinvest such division on any question such question ATLANTIC VALDOSTA & WESTERN R'Y.KOl'TK.

his constantly increasing income.At shall: be submitted to the hurt sitting in a .
at the door which he had unlocked
,
1>,Hly. The number of terms: of the supreme
without the aid of tool. A broom the present quotations for securities "I)1vtIi: "
any court and the time of holding the same shall I'I.Ylat ,
\ straw afterward found on the floor it i is impossible that he should be be regulated by law. All terms shall k- held I

; was supposed to iiawe been the means worth much less than a thousand mil at the ('..pitailif the state.ARTICLE. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.
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lion dollars"GIFTS -- - ---- -
; of picking the lock. ; XX. ------ -- --- ----
i Xli :. Xo. -I. Stat tIlI Xo. 3, o.l

:lV' ) handcuffs On other and occasions shackles Tracy while sprung walking FROM WU TING FANG I'I That: the of following the state amendment of Florida be.to the and constitution the -7 :'Ji: a JU S W p nl-==______--::-__lv Jaeksuuville Ar___=_____ 7-51; a lli-,; 30'P m

.I IU 53; a III 11 13 P mu\r Valdosta Lv---------- 4 33 a m 500
S.Ul1is.. hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted pmI
with his guards. His great skill at : 10 Ul 35.) a mnn\r Iu'uu Lv----------1155
P m 11 25
,! Chinese Minister Overwhelmed WithSouseotr to the electors of the state at the general p a D1
manipulating locks battled all 7.13; m 7 135 a m-\r Atlanta Lv----------
guards, election in ISifcJ for ratification 11 8 30 p m 7 50 am
or rejeetiuie -
t f KeriUfots. I 00 m 1 00 mn\r Lv----------
a
Section 8 of Article Vof the constitution P Chattanooga 3 OU P m 3 Oft am
corngelled The genial Chinese minister at Wash is hereby amended to rnd follows 6 19 a III 65.) p _--_______ Nashville Lv---------- 9 30 a m BOO pill
so as
: I:! 01 III 11 .to w--\r Martin Lv__________
ington, Wu Ting Pang, is beginning P p 5 13 a m 347
penitentiary at Tort Madison, la., already ,: station s.shall There shall be eight! circuit 7 :H I' m 652 a __________ r St. Louis L _______ul0 15 pm 838 pm am
who be
to pack his household goodspreparatory judges appointed by the governor
1 where he was kept until time for his and confirmed by the senate, and who 105011.. --________- Chirigo Lv--- 6 10 p m .
: to .
) giving over the legationto .
appearance l I in court. During his trial shill hold their ollice for six yea is. 124\1\ p m 230 a mu__ ._____lr Louisville Lv---------- 3 00 a -m --23i-- --

.)1 \ a small army of men watched him con his successor! Sir Liang Chang The ftutt': shall be divided l by the Ic isla- 115 p m 720 a __________ ('iueiirnati __ ________ t5 p 10 11 05! pm am

stantly. A woman who gave her name According to the minister, if he responded nice at its first regular, session after the adoption 9 15 a mnmu\r ('hicago Lv----------: 7 _00 P m _
to all the requests for souvenirs of this see tiun, into eight j'rlicial cir
: us Minnie Allen was arrested in connection cuiN and one judge shall be aligned to each No. 4-Dixie Flyer-carries Pullman Drawing Bourn Buffet Sleeping Cars Jacksonville
which he is '
4 J I with the theft of Cramer's IIOrl'( { \'ingfrom cin'uit.o'ul"h: judge shall hold at least two to St. L.uisand Jacksonville to Chicago: without change making direct connection at Nash-

I f. 'll horses and it was shown that she admirers all the country over he would UTUI.S of bis court in each county within his yule with sleeping ears for Louisville. Cincinnati and Chicago. Ouly stops at following A.,

..... .4. \ joined Tracy and his not have much to pack says the Philadelphia circuit every year and at such times and y, i \V. stations: Crawford. Baxter and Fargo Through coaches between Jacksonville and
partner some.where
Press. If ln1'u sent a* places a- shall be prescribed by law, and may Macon.No..
I } in Missouri and traveled with hold! six vial terms 2-D'.iy: Cspn-vv-stops at all A., V & W. local stations. Makes direct couutctioiis
I r-\' them to St. Joseph, )Io. She was triedat many slippers to museums and libraries The governor may, in his discretion! order for all poinU west and northwest both via:t'ordele and Macon

I ... as have been asked;: for she wouldgo a temporary exchange of ciicuits by the re- Comu-ctionsniadeat Jal'k"JOu\'ilIl. with all northbound trains
J rt! the same time Tracy was, but was of the S. A, L. and F. E. C.
I t not convicted.J' hack to China barefooted spettivr jutlgt. or order any judge to hold railways.

.. Mme 11 u, at the minister's request, one or more terms part or parts of any term E. H. BAUXES. v 1 D. PICKET
Tracy was convicted and sentenced in any other circuit than that to whi,-h he is (;4'11. Supt.
I' <;t-n. Pass. .\''t.
brought with her last from Chinaa :
J year is.iuned. The shall reside in
judge the ciicuit
; to seven years in the Fort Madisonpouitentiary. ; ) -
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.h... large collection of rare porcelains \'which he i is judge.. ,.t" ''o' r ; n ... ., f.fo .. .
t lIe made the I I- : ..f, .; :41 f '!:"w' ... _
I i'i51t. MrAThe tapestries and old ivories and these he ThK: section shall not be operative until the .}. ,--, t ,
he would escape from th. legislature! shall: have divided this state into : .
the way to prison liter! has presented to friends with true gen eight! ci. uits. as heieink't'ure fur W ;-.l i ('
< hut. : I J '
provided W r1 .
I' C matlehisl'C.IPt'ill1P\ls erosity. Many of the garments; of and the seven circuit judges at t 'r= y q) '
:: :
}home of]M; a lr
1 1r i r [
f laiuled him behind thes %>r I Mine. Wu have been offered up as a the time of Midi division shall continue to exvKiso Y \L ,
evening. sacrifice to the curio collector, while jurisdiction over their several: existing t :.5 1
remained for five yeartj'model ; dered.Vr In ciicuits coiistitnted at tl-e time of such
: prisoner, and his s.ctrvas ts the minister also has distributed his division until the judge of the additional: cir- :$ FACTORY LOADED: SHOTGUN SHELLS

goo headgear and silken coats with great e pit shall have qualified. The circuit judgtsholdin :

.- commuted havior. He oil account of In ;'tg .tllfOe)1 pnnlijrality. ;:other Ht the tiuic<>f siu-h division shall .f yb;: "Mew Rival"! "Leader" "Repeater"
was employed intn ere"'nlck-
severally continue in offite until the
Few diplomatists han been epirati ....
so generous ;: ...
smithing department during his imprisonment n (their then existing terui of office- asjudsauf

t :'J and prowto be a skillful There as is the scarcely retiring a woman
workman ...
j : or in other cities to whom he may included; and a judge, for the : .
owed debts of hospitality that has additional circuit shall apiHiintcd tira ;}!/ : .f: : 1! mun tiar., the kind that shoots where you

affui PAID $5 FOR VIOLIN SOLO not tenth equal tothcuneircil terns of the other :L-s&i
..1 A. T. Fot received a costly fan, a curio ivory or ciicuitjudges upon such Ilivisioi' being: made. ;| poiiit your gun, buy Winchester Factory ,

silk for At the balls '1 he salary of each cin'uit judge, shall lie
a gown. next winter two
1'Iaitur at Ol'NU N. J., Bids .\aicd Sbotgup Shells "New "
/I M. E. FukL Grgse i robes made from Chinese thousand: seven hundred and tiny dollar. : Rival, loaded withLck

and Mrs. EA For Repetition of u ll>mu. crape The votesa::t in compliance! with said l .
proposed I i "
given bj- Minister Wu will be .. ponder "Leader" and
: _!>. "I'll give a dollar to Lave that young a popular amendments, and the canvass, declarations t ; "Repeater, I loaded
'ra.H J.1dY'i I feature. Wu has also sent some and returns thereon: shall be subjectto .. .
/ : ,1. } The best 1lt : ( linhst repeat that solo: ex- rare gifts to the officials with whom the same regulations aud restrictions are r,.:x i:1- /1 C..r\-L.o. In. ::: upon having Wir.ch?(.'.*: .n .
llimt.'d a mau who sad* he from ,
vaach was
provided! by law for general elections in the t ,
it' he came in contact. .L,;; .:. AV- / Lau..i kis and '
.i.
andy Alabama at the young IWOIJl s meet- state of Florida.In ; accept no "
He has formed many friendships in whereof. I have foemnito \ .-, .- ..,
Son testimony set 1 .
lug in the Temple at Ocean Grove : ". I
.' .k.... -.;.... ._ . aEEp THEM
the United States and will be hand and aiHvetl the seal of the r"; JiJ'r
more my great . .
X. J., the other moruiug ays the New \i ;: 'r ,. ... .
sincerely regretted than state of Florida: at Till: : hase" thtalital, ';, ,J . .
I York Times, after Miss Cecilia Brady most emoys.His this the first day of Augi-t A. I) HIt ,.1\t..if,: .. .. .. "' .:':)fl. } ,: ;;: '" _<
friends hint that he is I --
I ford had played "Safe In the Arms of showing [Seal.] II. ('1.\Y l'1U,WFORD.

TIY Jesus." wonderful insight of our national characteristics Secretary; of St'Ue. DI .MO FgYT'S Cures t CDohra htaAtlt -

\ by distributing such costly To Joseph P. Brown She rid' Bievard county. ti it f
hea'leJ "You'll have to bid higher, brother, _- Diurrhoea.Dyuntsry, and
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gifts as a farewell. He is making -- the
ter; tit," Leader Yatuiau remarked. , < Bowel Troubles of

4 as It" "Well, $!: th n." doubly sure of being remembered. Kl IA+ Children of Any Age

c Iake it $;3 and I'll ask Miss Bradford CASTOR .. gA6 Y f 6' ICTHIHG t Aids Digestion, ReguUtti

"Mrs. T. Briildleman, of' Parshallville ,; yC the Bowels Strengthen*
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to the solo.
repeat
Cio "Here's the money," said the south- Mich.\ was troubled with salt rheum for For Infants and Children : Casts Oily 25 cents at Drs 1st the Child rata Makes

With a thirteen years, and had tried a numberof 0r mill 25 ctaU to TEETt11kG EASY,
The Kind You Have C. J.
1.000 feet eruer, handing the evangelist a green doctors without relief. After two ap- Always Bought MOFFETT, M. D? ST. LOUIS. M0.ATLA .

lower tti' back. plications of Banner Salve her hands became we have handle. Dr. Mofen'e IE2TH1S1 rrwihlnjPowder,) ever store iTL. Ui.,ctioatelhffiblki

Cloudy 6 Miss: Bradford then played the hymn better and in a short time she was :Bears the ud bow trade amount ae to a proprietary two or three medicine hundred arose ea3 oar pw year trade,wblcj'la it bu steai ery .lr increased fioiawAvS Teat, amid our to

again. When she had finished, Mr. entirely cured." Beware of substit?*.s." Signature of 41 U giring to the moUutl of toe eoiutry,tot theyWl..p/ eEery auoniMji titameniendtheesustacciostt,'a eDati of the sa ,met'aa
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DE WINDT'S HARDSHIPS. We managed to get five dog sleds ocean. The American missionary Mr. !

and to procure some black bread and Lopp., was most kind and gave us .'. '. --'
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1t frozen fish. We had nothing else to every assistance In his power. Finallya ,

I. eat for our original stock of provisionswas small steamer, the Sadie trading in i
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1' Explorer's; Story of Overland very nearly finished. Here we those waters took us to Nome. ?iu"nunn"umeaumamnnmma"rnmxmmmn"mnw ,,,,. f

Trip From Paris to America. heard for the first time that we would I I !

have to traverse a quite uninhabitedpart New Tse For Horsesklns.

of the coast for 500 miles beforewe One of the novelties an automobil- :

HORRORS OF SIBERIA DESCRIBED. could reach Tehuktchi. village of ing coat for men and women made of I .

natives who had migrated eastward. horseskin says the New' York Evening II ,.,. .,,."..".:"",."""""""",.,,,,.,.,' 'III'."t..H.j For Infants and Children.
Rp = But I resolved to push on. I found Journal. Sable and long hair furs

Threatened by Starvation In Danger thirteen exiles in thIs! place in a terrible arc not suitable for they catch the .

From Alaskan Indians Who Attempted condition clad half starved and dust The skins of colts either In 1.1"The Kind You Have

tA with sentences of from eight to thirty white OT brown have come in great
Their Lives, and Suffering
fE'ars.still to serve. The poor crdatures favor the white trimmed with a darker -

From Intense Cold the Explorer were overjoyed to see us, for we fur, and automobilists do not disdain I " "", ,,,, , " ". Always Bought

qtrb and Uis Party Traversed Thousands were the first visitors in the settlementIn piebalds. They all require lining. J rege tablePrcparationforA?- .

: of Miles In Sledges. more than twenty years. The government -I Helmet shaped headdresses of thesame similating tltercod cndReg ula-

Harry de Windt, leader of the first allowance of $8 a month to skin often accompany these ling the Stomachs andBcKvels of Bears the {
each person for maintenance is utterly coats
expedition to make the overland trip
Inadequate. All lived in a condition i
} from Paris to the United States byway Coral Is the Fad.
mis-
entailing unspeakable physical e
,r; of Hussia, Siberia and Alaska, rem ery. Their food was putrid fish, their 'oral is the fad and nothing in the .- SignaturePromotes

cently arrived in Seattle on his way to huts filthy.I way of summer ornaments is consid- DigesHon.C rru1-

New York. He sent to the New York found among these exiles cultivated ered more fashionable. Long stringsof nessandfest.Containsneither i

WorM the following dispatch, giving men and women, all suffering coral that knot just below the waist OpmmMorpuine nor}ftneral. of x

a. the first details 'of his thrilling and terribly in body and mind. They had line are worn about the neck. Of NOT NARCOTIC. t

dangerous journey. lie l no books. The post brought mail but course in the real coral these cost a I
says: great price, but one can purchase a I .n .
once a Often they were not allowed -
I have experienced nothing but difficulties ;year. 4
111L0IdD
+ string of beads that have the real look
I from the time I and my companions to receive or write letters, and 'Sf 4zzPl7CBER
of all who there two to them for a nominally small price. 1
ii : left the Siberian railway early were only were Pumpkin Set2

I In January. We traveled from Irkutsk accused of actual crimes. They were A '''lul lciall Healed. Ilx.JenaaRaatdlle.Sallt*

$ to Yakutsk in horse sleighs Kimova who attempted to kill the Dr. I Anise % I t
I l. a distanceof Ueo. Ewing, a practl;ill ptiysicun Seed n I

li.OOO miles mostly over the frozen czar at his coronation and Zimmerman of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty ftpptrmiat BiCortonakSola k

river Lena. The road was unsafe owingto who caused the dynamite explosion years, writes his personal experience with Worm Seed-

the robbers who infested the region.. at the Lodz factories ift Prussia. Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years I had ClonAnlSugar, Flavor.
The citizens been greatly bothered with kidney and Hatareen_ Use
t They murdered the driver of the mail rest were peaceable I

t i sleigh and stole the mail only a week whose crimes, if such they may be :iiland.bladder I trouble used everything and enlarged known prostate to the A crfectRemeda for Constipation l

called, were of a strictly political na
of before we passed. profession without relief until I Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
commenced -
f; Yakutsk 1 found to be a wooden city ture. They described their existence to use Foley'!; Kidney Cure: Worms.Convulsions.Feverish-

of mean appearance, with a populationof there as-a living death. Four committed After taking three bottles I was entirely ness and Loss OF SLEEP. F 0 r over

7,000 people made up of officials ; suicide and three became hopelessly relieved and cured. I prescribe it now ..

merchants, exile; and Yakutes. Ya insane in the two years precedingmy daily in my practice, and heartily recommend FacSimile Signature of

kutsk province, of which it is the chief visit. its use to all physicians for such y Years
Just before arrival exile troubles. I have prescribed it in hun- Thirty
our a young
t city, has an area six times the size of :
dreds of with NEW VORK. d
Yakutsk named Kaleshnikoff, who had been cases perfect succeSS Sold
It'ranreYe reached after Wilson & '
Son.iunutution.
order of the by
flogged by police ,
brutally
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traveling three weeks from Irkutsk
master shot himself the day in .l ;
: same : -i
and on the way had a narrow escape In Straw Hats. PQrrmv
his shame and humiliation. But another ,
_ ; on the Lena from the breaking of the At a time when frequent fluctuations I
exile, a friend of the one who
!' ice over which we were traveling. in temperature leave Parisians undecided
committed suicide shot and killed the .J
We had to remain some time in as to what kind of a hat to don EXACT COPY OF WRAPPEB.
police master, and this man now G
j Yakutsk owing to the difficulty of procuring Baron de Segonzac's: innovation deceives ,, .J
in Yakutsk Ali ,
awaits trial the prison. -- ,
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reindeer, which w'r'er attention, says: a special cable -
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The winter here has eight months of r.. e
: fcarCtThe governor urged me to dispatch i from Paris'to the Chicago
a darkness. In the summer there are .
abandon the trip, but 1 resolved to Ilecord-llerald. He was seen on tht
continuous rains and stifling heat. The
push on to Verkoyansk. 800 miles dis- Boulevard Ilanssitiau the oilier daj
mosquitoes swarm in the summer, and
i' wearing a yellowItalian straw conventional
there is much sickness. There is no I
i stovepipe. President Loubetis
hospital.:
famous for the art he exhibits in the The Seaboard Air-Line Railway
Sukharno, SCO miles from Sredni-
: selection of hats, which invariably become
kolrl1l I., was our last link with humanity. -
the fashion but the baron's
I ; Sukharno consists of three
latest is equally suitable for
ceremonyor CAPIT&L CITY
ROUTE.
filthy hovels inhabited by half breeds
negligee, for a southerly or for an
but wretched as was the place I often
east wind.Important.
longed for it later when on the cruel .

.J,'J. ''Vii and desolate coast. We left Sukharno Geographical Expedition.An The Shortest Route. The Best Line.

in a blinding snowstorm and a heavy
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"', an Englishman
pale. We had five sleds and sixty-
- hate organized an expedition} one object DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
three dogs. The cold vas intense
of \\Lich is to seek! the devil sa;s
throughout the journey of r 00 miles
the Sprin-liekl Hepublican. The district Including tlndays.
i from Sukharno to Krktrik the first
of the upper Nile known as Wala-
Tchuktcan settlement on Tchaini bay.It .
ino is said by nathes to be his particular -TO--
was a hard trip, and! it took us seventeen
tamping ground and the superstition -
days to make it. the last weekof
is now to be investigated.: Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines
which we lived on half rations, had
I
an insnliicieney of driftwood with
"Mirk to It."
which to (cook only a tent fur s>11l'ltrralII Richmond Washington Baltimore
(!eo. L. Heard, of Huh Tower, Ua., ,
I slept in40 to 50 degrees below writes: "I' 'ZI'1lI3 broke out on my baby,

' 1 zero. covering his entire 1n 1v. I'mler treatment Philadelphia, New York,

Once we lost our way and wanderedin of our family physician he got worse,

I a blizzard for three days on the >ilie could not sleep for the burning and!
HAE15T liE WIXDT. Ti'ccug1a Pullman Sic
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We
Arctic j
shores! of the ocean. were
I found houses from
tank post eightyto and reached Krktrik in on him \and by the time it was gone heW
frozen
loO;:; miles apart on the road, Which badly li'- Wtlf. The doctor seeing it was!' curing Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service .Jal'ksol1llt.) ,

1 was merely a narrow track marked for an exhausted condition from our exposure. him r said: Mick to it, for it is deinu him to New Orleans. ; '

i much of the way by blazed lives. =" The natives were unfriendly more :good than anything 1 have done For further iuf..rtuation. write
between Yakutsk and Verknyauk and would give us but little fi)td. We '' E. L. IirXCH, Jen. Pass. Asrout.: A. O. )M.u-DOXELL.. (h'l1. Pa- ,\t; lit.
Midway f-.r him Sold bv Wilson i\: Son. ..
left the village and struggled; on with Portsmouth, Va. Jack",unvilc! Fla
we crossed the crkoya IIsk J.\S. M. BARK. Vice-President and Goiieral Manager Portsmouth, Viura ,
difficulty for another sixteen; days Popular leek Chains For; Women.
mime over the steepest mountain pass __ ,

in the \\orld. nearly a perpendicularwall finally reaching Cape{ Norton. Here 'oral neckctuins are very popularfor -- ,. .
we \ere better received but our troubles .. < '?';::: .UaU::' ':;''''....-':' *"raS fei sajj'.svj-v.'RjTa g : ;
of ice :.00 feet high near the sum. women. The new shapes are in the 't

mit of a mountain 4,0110 feet high. "'e were increased by the appearance\ : form of insects or a turtle with a gold FOR Ii

crossed with great diflieulty in a howling among us of "kor," a painful skin disease. mead and leers. 1
We found that smallpoxas Richmond Washington Baltimore
gale and! with the temperature 40
j
raging on the coast and that some ul Phld Iphia Boston Atlanta

degrees were badly below frozen.Ce zl'ro.11 in found our party the lages had been decimated. IN ft! HI&F/ the question of health 4th ;. 'Ie Chattanooga LouisvilleCincinnati i

Beyond Cape: Norton we traveled becomes mainly .
posthouses, lilthy beyond description, question of nutrition. If the stomach St. Iouis Kansas CityPittsburg
I more rapidly. At om''iIIa e the natives ,
mill the only food we could obtain was and other organs of digestion and nutri- Detroit ClevelandChicago .
were hostile: and threatened ourparty V
putrid fish.Ce were obliged: to live tion are kept in a healthful condition etc.

on the !'tort'SH' had bought for use with knives.: As we neared the there will be a well-nourished b
when we should reach the arctic Bering strait we found! the natives little liability to disorders of the' liver,

bettor and more fl'i'wllIwin, ;; doubtless bowels or such other disorders as may pSOUTUtRN
co.t. he
to their frequent intercourse with result from in- ,
After twelve days' travel we reachedVerkoyans'k. .
American whalers during; the summermonths. nutrition and
a mere hamlet of twenty lack of exer- _

uiiser.il.le lints, situated in the middle cise.
:
We arrived! at last cape leering I RAiL '
of a howling vildermiess.1'e found I>r. Pierce's ji W J\\
strait. May L' fifteen exiles there, living in a pitiable Gllden11\- :
day since we left Paris, nl'C. ll, 11HH ical
condition, but better off than others Discovery '
We remained at East cape four weeks cures diseases: '
vhom I shall describe later on. We t ROUTE OF THE
CELL
and found the natives hospitable and of the stomach I II ,. jtNS:
left Verkoyansk on sledges pulled by I ;; ,
friendly when sober, but rxcuilinrlydanirerous and other organs I \
reindeer for Srednikolymsk. l.'JoO: milesaway. ; : during; their drunken orgiexwhich of digestion i The Southern ,; ,\ \ .Limited

were of frequent occurrence.We and nutrition I The 'l i: J>ire 1 ,a.)

The road lay through an undulating \\ere compelled upon one oerasim and also .t! j' Washington, and andFlorida

wooded country The po.sthouses were diseases of otherorganswhich- j .at1lt: ed
to hide in a hut for two days whill'lUl'n r ''
20U miles apart and were very filthy : .r I ;
mad with drink. ran jelling about
caused bv 4'J
are The New York and Florida ExpressTO
and occupied by natives and cattle. >
the settlement with loaded rides the diseased y I

The plates were literally swarmingwith searching for us to kill u". Two naties conditionofthe y 1, THE EAST. .

u-rmin. It was a terribly desolate were murdered during this carouse stomach By ;

country Every fifty miles we and a white trader living on enabling the .= t K i The Chicago and Florida Special .

found uninhabited lodges most of them Piomede inland was murdered two perfect nutrition - -

rootless and! filled! with snow. of the The Florida Limited .
from days later. body it increases the vital power and i
,
The cold was intense varying a it
Till'nlt'ril'41n ship Thetis took us promotes vigorous:, old ag?, TO TilE NORTH AND WEST. 3
00 to TS degrees below zero. Occasionally \
oft June IS and landed! us on the ice "I was a sufferer from chronic diarrhea lur five 10jt1; ;

we had to flounder through; snowdrifts of Bering strait the miles off Cape years" writes Mrs Man A Aaron, oi Kn'.la! preirde- .
t tvtonty feet deep. Many of our Phelps Co. Mo "I tried different rem dishik.rt lel. S
Prince of Wale .\" the ship was unable \ would give me relit1''or a .h"rt h;"e Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville! to Cincinnati via fyout.II : .
reindeer died of exhaustion. During to approach the shore. Eskimos only, My trouble would return a," ba ai e\t'r. I .IIMA 't
I AsHeville, through "The Land of the Sky
the latter part of January we eroded I I c -uted you in July, 1900, and b> your a".ice "
t put 01in skin boats and reached I the j I commenced U.10g Dr Tierce rt.:!t fie I t.<>t"-, Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in the ,
over numberless frozen lakes, and it Thetis with tlitl ruHy. We took four two bottles of the'Golden MedICal :>i coverj' connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway \ .
was bad. slippery traveling. Finallywe three vials of the Pelktt: and some of the
I hours to reach the shore over movingIce / Extract of Smart-Weed" at you advised. I I Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dinmg Cars on all through
reached Srednikolymsk. the most floes, with much open water be have not had any return of nJy trouble !since trains.
settlement in Siberia. using your medicines. Am now seventyoneyears
remote Russian I
tween. We had perilous work to drag: !. old and I never had anything to relieveme
We had been twenty-one days getting the boat over the tough ice, and in theopen so quick I think Dr Fierce' medicines the I Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited '
greatest on earth Should I ever have any re
there from 1'urkoyansk.Srrdnikolymsk .,.
water heavy sea was running.We ; -- "'" -
a turn of my trouble shall use your iLtuicuieMy I -
is the most desolate reached land drenched to the skin thanks to you for your advice and thanks
and God forsaken spot on earth. It to Almighty God for restoring me to health H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pass. Alt, JOS W. Bay St., Jackwnvilfc, Fla. '
5 o'clock
and half dead with cold at on through your hands"

consists of twenty or thirty dilapidated the morning of June 19. exactly six Accept no substitute for"G<>lden Med- SelL HARDVICK V. H. TAYLOE.

huts, on the banks of the Kolyma months out from Paris. We remainedten ical Discovery." There is nothing just r
river 300 miles from Its mouth on the General Paieenjer Agent, Aii't Geal Pan Agent, +
days at Cape Prince of Wales. It as good" for diseases of the, stomach, ..tW ,.

Arctic ocean. A famine was raging is a desolate place, and but few ships blood and lungs.Dr. VaiElagtoa, D. C. Atlaata, 0*. is. .
In the place when we got there. There Piefce'i Pleasant Pellets, the best
Thetis
touch there. The was compelledto JkAoarr 15 19O.
Were very few dogs arut, but little food laxative for old people. They cure con '".aa.
to In search of missing r
leave us go ]
ant and biliousness.
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It.: ; J J"!1 1.. COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY EAU OALLIE. General DebilityDay EAST COAST MEAT MARKET..

t ., .ri WILLIAM HINDLR-Undertaker and Ems .
t. ; Copious rains in this district during the In out that of
and there is feeling G. F. DUREN Agent
t.-j; I :. balmer. Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies
J J 9 i-',- ,Tinning and Pjpe Fitting, RepalMngr past week. weakness that makes a burden of itself.

f\ _:' :..'... .1 of Every Description. .Agent for Beveridge ,. .C. L. Taylor has invested in an aer- Food does not strengthen. Y

t J.:' ', :') (;1" Steam Cooker. motor; for irrigating purposes. Sleep does not refresh.It r Florida

,; 4 $i :: .r. FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty The Princess is dismantled for the balance is hard to do, hard to bear, what '
t '; {t : ). -- years experience; all kind of repairing should be easy,-vitality is on the ebb. and aDd
t ; < done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's of the summer season. the whole system suffers. r -
n, :.t;' shoes made to order. For this condition take t'v \\YesternMe
4 .1 t ,--.. Grapes are ripening and plentiful, and
34 t Y .;.t:::/ GO TE J. M, SANDERS, The Old Reliable mnch wine is laid up for future use by Hood's SarsaparillaIt
'. i ' i Store, for good fresh and reliable goods citizens. fsof
: j:,. such as Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery: our vitalizes the blood gives vigor and tone
3: i'! ;':: J Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. Pineapples are showing in our stores, to all the organs and functions and is allKinds.
positively unequalled for all run-down 5r
t\ f:i ; :;:;,', JARVIS HOUSE Open all the year round. and are selling very cheaply for the qual- debilitated conditions.
.. f .: . :; Pleasant location facing the river on river ity of the fruit.E. .
t. 5 special terms by HOOD'S rius cure constipation. 25 cents
l Ii < front. Bates$2.00 per day, vc.Wrecked
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i ;; : '.' the week or month.; Spiller and family, of Clean, N. Y., i
their the Eau STUAUT.,
i ? will occupy property on !
'" Titusville Florida.
I Gallie river early this fall. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Bessey spent Sunday ,
< < INDIAN N DIVER[R RIPPLES. with friends at Eden. Your home and fliCflt'rtyshould
be protected bY.mInsurance
rains
The recent are filling up our
o0-.o C C C C C C O 0.
.. Briefs creeks and ponds, and citrus fruit trees Edward Clutch, Esq.,left Rio Saturdayfor I :
.: . Paragraphs Personal and Newsy
are putting on new growth. a visit to his sister in New York. 'I
,f.., ; vI at Towns Along the Coast. from FIRE. LIGHTNINGand ,
t f : Eau Gallie mill has been shut down for CYCLONES. The
From the present outlook The saw expense :- 0 !ill )1LR f
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:: I MELBOURNE. winter several to the is small compared to
may expect a prosperous season. days owing repairs on en-
'
N the risk of a catastrophy
t Mi ls Mattie May Hoke is now enjoying Property is changing hands' and. new like this. Write to or ask

j : >:.:> a visit in Atlanta. comers coming in. gine.Mr.. Stanley Bitching is improving the Schuyler & Spanning, Titusville,

', ,, l't' Mr. R. P. Paddison, of Titusville, spent G. F. Paddison is having the lawn grounds about his store and on the riverfront for reliable information

3 i .1 z. -. Sunday evening in town. about his residence planted out in St. rates, etc., ..
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.. tt ri I j-, The Woman's Auxiliary met last Monday Lucie grass, and otherwise improving the The F. E. C. railway electricians are /

l J. : at the home of Mrs. H. \V. (jo de.n already handsome grounds.The here now putting in new telegraph cables ROBBINS
.; under the waters of the St. Lucie the old
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''e ": ' The addition to Vostoffice is complete E. C. Lumber and Supply Co.'s I! (
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for its dress of ones having.played out through action of & GRAHAM tr t
j' I/:. and is now ready lighter: is fast approaching completion. the salt water. r h
t+", 4 t I'' : paint. Captain John Houston and W. J. Boothare I 3 CO.
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'. It.' g.': Mr. Rudolph Lyman has been quite ill engaged on the work. The ice cream festival which comes off (Incorporated. Paid up Cspital $25,000.00))

I I l f :: the past week, but we hope for his speedy Alex. Sear has the contract for repair- this Friday evening is only a forerunnerof This company owns landsin .

f i: 1 ;.; recovery. ing the Eau Gallie residence of Mr. John many more to come. These entertainments the Indian River Country open up one of my bottles,

I, :., ,; vL:;: Mrs. Louie R. Branard and Mr. and Aspinwall,of New York. This fine home town, such are for as improving cleaning and the grubbing streets about out on the St. Lucie River, I OLD WINE OR WHISKEY

1 1'!! .:,'. ,,.i Mrs. E. B. Arnold and son, of Malabar, will be put in thorough repair. streets and shelling them. Come to our at New River, and on Biscayne and drink to the health aud prosperity of
friends and self.. These
were in town last week. goods are pure and
t. ? T r Mrs. H. U. Hodgson received a hearty entertainments. A good time guaranteed.The Bay. wholesome. Unexcelled: fur richness,strength

Jr' E.. >?' Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Nicholson have i welcome from a,, great number of friends FIIICES TO SUIT TIlE TIl} S. and flavor. Right for health aud hospitality. 'J
t ::- of the Lockwood cotta- St. Lucie Tomato Growers' association
: : t moved into one on her return to Eau Gallie on Saturday.Mrs. R. L. MotIO"tiV
I I Iif Walter Kitch- Send for land list. ,
i met Saturday night at
! ;; t x ges, on Melbourne avenue. IIod son was formerly Miss Lizzie OFFICES AT . ,
and decided fence in the TITUSVILLE and COCOA.
ing's store to
;f Mrs. Phillips, Miss Marsh, Mr. and C. ,Danforth, of Olean, N. Y. en- TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.
.
,
tire field as a protection against hogs and -
l ? Charles Horton and family took a -' -
Mrs.
;
l'' A large rattlesnake was killed on Monday cattle. The work is going right ahead, a
,
1.3 j!, -j J I j" (-'". sail to East Melbourne on Monday by Thomas Sumter. The reptile was great many citizens getting ground readyfor Jas. Pritchard: & Son

i i.'j a \ Miss Grace Cummings, Melbourne killed in the orange grove of Mrs. S. E. fall crops. The transportation is com- ,

? i Beach, was the guest of Rev. Weather wax Barbour. Ten rattles and a button are the paratively easy-two miles by either Headquarters

,, and wife from Saturday until Monday.I only remains. The snake was neorly seven tramroad or wagons thence six miles by for. . . .
I! f'" feet in length. water to the railroad docks.
;, I i Mordie Conkling has returned

r: i home from Kimberlin Heights, Tenn., My boy when four years old was taken Just Look At Her. HARDWARE
: i where he has been attending college for
; with colic and cramps in hs stomach. I
13 Whence that
; came sprightly step, faultless -
t :', z- time. for the doctor and he ,
1 some sent injected morphine skin, rich, rosy complexion, smiling

t, ,t Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Snedeker, but the child kept getting worse. face. She looks good, feels good. Here's ...Tinware Crockery Stoves...
I then him half a teaspoonful ofChamberlain's ,
tr ? a girl, on Thursday, July 31st. Mother gave her secret. She uses Dr. King's New Life
Colic, Cholera and Diar Pill Result all active Boat Goods Paints Oils
organs digestion
and child doing well. We extend a welcome ,
rhoea and in half hour he
remedy, an headaches for
good chance
no no
if and
to the new-comer. was sleeping, and roan recovered. F. L. "bines." Try them 'ol1l df. Only 2oc.
Wilkins, Shell Lake, Wis. Mr. Wilkinsis at all WOODENVV AR.E.
stores.
; We were pleased to have Mr. and Mrs. drug .
bookkeeper for the Shell Lake LumberCo.
: Charles Horton and family with us this Write for prices.
; For sale by Wilson & Son, druggists.OA.SSTORIA. .
;:'. week. They will be very much missed ----- WHITE CITY. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Box I

r. when away from Melbourne.Mrs. Archie Parker has returned from a tripto 212.
I(
; C. F. Latham, of Oak Lodge, was Bears the _/ the Kind You Have Always Bought Georgia.Mr. .
JAMES PRITCHARD, President. C. S. SCHUYLER. cashier.
'* the of her Signature Fransen is making arrangements
t in Melbourne lately :
:, guest: w. W.S. BRANDING,Asst. Cashier.
Mrs. Ed. Morgan. Capt. ofFor build a barn.
daughter,
.
,: Sam Martin has just built a handsome - - -- . --- . Mr. J. M. Orrell has been quite ill for INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.

I t !little sailboat i for :Mrs. Latham, who enjoys the.past week

r \.: sailing her own boat to Melbourne,
Mrs. L. Jones gave a delightful dinnerto
r ,' distance of miles from Fine
. a about eighteen County Depository.
: a few select friends on Saturday last.
Oak Lodge.Miss Watch Repairinggo --
:
'\ ",' to Mrs. F. G. )McMullen, of Eden, spent Authorized Capital,$100,000. ,

i :-; Eva Gates, who has spent two Friday and Saturday here. visiting friends. Paid up Capital, $ 25,000- S ;
here on her farm south of ton, is i
years
4. The new baby girl at the home of Mr. Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS f
, having a car loaded ith her household
t : goods to return: to her old home in Chicago A. J. Arnold has brought joy.and glad- A

.. ', Ill MiiH: Gates has made a host of MANDAVILIE'SJEWELRY ness.Mrs.

' friends on Indian river, who are sorry to J. G. Wey returned to her home General Banking Business. ,

't \ lose her pleasant comjiany. Our best in Eden last Saturday. after Visit of a
Largest and.. Oldest
week.
I
wishes follow her through life.

Hank on the liiIf r. s r
Our association
has
cemetery made all
Last Saturday afternoon a fire alarm STORESuccessor

4 was given, and soon:; nearly every man arrangements to incorporate and I transact Exchange Bought and Sold on

and boy in town were on hand to help business in a legal form. all Foreign Countries. : .

j put it out, which they soon did by forming Farmers are making seed beds, and Patronajri appreciated 1'ronipt, service, 1
:" f a bucket brigade from the river to to H. Whaler, doing such other work as tells of the ap- polite trcatuii nt and l every favor consistent -
''a I } 11 the second story of Capt. \Ye t's large proaching season of planting. with conservative l banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS {

Y \ ,: building (formerly the Hector hotel). Theg' TITUSVILLE FLORIDA Messrs. Fred and Carl Christensen, X. : : I

1 ) fire started shortly after a heavy thunderstorm I IX Ilansen, I.ritte Jones, A. Parker and Seaboard: National Hank: of New York. '
of
and National Bank Jacksonville.TITUSVILLE -
; t: ". and it is supposed to have been: John Britt, all of this place, but who are _
.
\ caused by lightning. The damages are staying over at the Indian river, were FLORIDA.E.
I mo' small hands worked hard and .
\ \ as willing here last :Sunday.Mr. .
r saved it. Special Attention given to

\\ Repairing Fine Watches.... P. Pctersen: a former resident of L. BRADY & BRO.,
I \\ The best physic-Chamberlain's Stone this place) who has been employed in a
lT J at ach and Liver Tablets. Easy to take. fcaw-mill in Orange is here
to
) county,
.I. ". Pleasant in effect. For sale by Wilson & four GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
.. ..' spend tluee or wetks.Ir.. P. is a ,
$ % 4 Son, druggists. Mail Orders will Receive widower, and has two bright boys, who We handle produce of all kind We an agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We that exclusively
.;, are staying with their grandmother, Mrs. m the alone lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers,. Write u, for prices on
, ::1, FORT }'I1mCE.t Prompt Attention.... Deck, of this place. Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station E. L. BRADY & HUo THI-VIILK t Fn

.\ There will be services at Methodist
: t .t .. church next Sunday. Shatters-- -All--Uecord"--.

. COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY I
Mrs. W. X. Hendry left Mo Miss 3 Twice in hospital, F. A. Gulledge, Verbena EAST CO

visit to her home in Titu ,'P'visit.' l1d I' Ala., paid a vast sum to doctors to -- ,
Weather Ih llort. cure a severe case of piles, causing: tumors.
' .' There was an enjoyab'Fort The When all failed, Bucklen's Arnica General Onit: ., t:,tL (ill.iii,. 1..1.'a..ch ...\.
.
Pierce hotel last Fri.- Jil' SUMMARY FOR JULY. BY REV JAS. H. !
home Salve cured him. :Subdues inflammation \ at Tltmn
s F + heir Wi1ZTE. U. S. WEATHER OBSERVER. soon idle, Eau Gallic and Toil 1'icrre-.

t i Mrs. H. Saunders, "k- evenini* "A Highest temperature on the 7th, !),I.Oj; conquers aches! kills pains. Best COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER AND
ti t, Beach, was in town last we1,. deredsst lowest temperature on the 2ith, 72.0. salve in the world. 25c. at all drug BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS.

,,. ,' of Mrs. Tyler. was. .t--ffirs. Mean for the month 82.:: -1; average mean stores. SASH AND DOORS, BLINDS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE

F. W. Ainason and children, of for 21 years,81.9;highest mean for:21 yearsin ANKOXA.Mrs. ..uJ'la.s1.1. OJUH-m. TO TIIK GENKHALGEO. : O..U:. t'

f' .. :: Miami, were visiting in town last: week, 189o: 83..; lowest mean for 21 years in Scott and four children, of Fort

r ,=f" the guests of Mrs. W. T. Jones. 1885; S0.1.Rainfall. Pierce, came here last week on a short N. HATCH
",... in inches, 5.20; average for 25; : : : :
> _.. .
Miss Emma Morgan, who has been they
visit.Mr. --- -- -----
5.27 greatest for :25 in 1S84, -- - -
; years
years
guest of her sister, Mrs. D. L. Alderman, G. A. Saeger has left for Powers- Dealer in
afl 11.72:; least for'25 years in 18Sj: O.SO. General
-... left for her \home in his immee Wednes-I direction of wind southeast. yule, Ga., on a visit to Mr. W. E. Saegt-r, Merchandise, i!
Prevailing ,
I A- T 1 day. Little Miss: Nannie Alderman acM. who is settled there. ..-.... =------ .- --- --- -- j.
slr (, ; umber of clear days, 23; number of consisting of everything --
Sl. E. )
H
h "g J and Mrs. \ "ompanied her.' fair days, 0; number of cloudy days, :2, I :Mr. E. H. Walker, after a flying visit usuaiiy'ept r.rt-! ;;!<;c oerlll..t.or in a .... _ROCKLEDGE__ == FLA.

I', V .;{'s: ',a/QUlte* a romantic wedding occurred number of days with rain, 7. i to his brother, Mr. W. T. Walker, has returned -
? / Island Home, Merritts Island, Fla. to his home in Orlando.I .
J A. C.
A The best l.'st Friday morning, Mayor Dittmar I

(.I,.r ach and < orniin r the ceremony. The contracting -------- - I and Mr*. Reams and two children, The Lamp of Steady Habits

Pleasano parties were Mr. C. R. Baker, of Stuart, Ii from the Narrows, are here on a visit to

Sonldi and Miss Etta Roth well,of Oxford, Kan- 50 Cents I Mr. and Mrs. Dunnam. Mrs. Reams is a Ill! to The a*lamp bad that language doesn't; the flare lamp np or that smoke looks, or good cause when you --** -

sas. The couple had exchanged photo- Only sister of Mrs. Dunnam. r yon 5?*t u and stays good: the lamp that you never will
I !ry r, ingly part with, once you have it ; that s t
graphst and corresponded) for over a year. to make your baby strong and' I l $
R They met for the first time at the arrival well. A fifty cent bottle of The shipping of this crop of pineapplesis the ]New Rochester.

\ of the train,Thursday night. Mr. Baker I over. Very poor returns received for Other lamps be "
may offered e
as "
you just
h was accompanied by his cousin, Miss Ida Scott's Emulsionwill I the last part of the crop on account of the they may be, in some resets, but for all around as good good- ---

Rater, of Stuart. The happy couple left apples being! very small. ness,the vhere's only one. The Sew Rochester. To make
sure lamp offered you is genuine, look for the
a Friday night for Stuart'where they will change a sickly baby to\\ Q on it ; every lamp has at. (300 Varieties.) name 'j :

+ spend their honeymoon. 1 a plump, romping child. Henry L.Shattuck, of Shellsburg.Iowa, Old Lamps Made 3Vew. / '
... LI
.r : :< Only one cent a day, think \ j was cured of a stomach trouble with Y i, $tt&JsttJssssitt? you $ :
: which he had been afflicted for I retin
by
RAY1N0.It years ii iiiI
t Its nice a vase mounted
vd t l of It as as cream. Stomach (f'i or other make of lamp transform
of -
Chamberlain's
four boxes and : ed into
a New
all kinds of hauling and Send for a free sample, and try it. I Rochester, we can doit., Let us
draying at SCOTT & Chemists, Liver Tablets. He had previously tried ;_ ene
no lows tended to promptly, I m.eej. all trains I 1 400-415 Pearl Street BOWE, New York. !many other remedies and a number of We are SPECIAWSTS la tIl ratmen a di e5u

cloud Stove a }foisale.3 ; r Soc and|i.oo;all druggists. I", .Ah..sictans without relief. For sale by j *cPl -
A. HADLKY, Titusville.I -,1 J? on 1 ,,, rt ,sj' fgB.r UySt.,lies Yerk, l.Jh. -; ,

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