Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
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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 22, 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: VID00640
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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I g: THE FLORIDA STAB The dispensary. movement. has Are You" Going'Away

: met its fate.in this state. THE STAR Malaria !' Ever have it? Know all aboutit For the Summer? '

: Entered at the post flee! at Tit svi1le as felt confident that tile movement

1 j r -,!.>.; ; : second-class mail matter. would never become a paramountissue ? Want to get rid of it? Take Ayer THEN GO TOSeabreeze
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; : Ellis B. Water, editor and Publisher.
consequently we have had Made by Sold byJ. "
t I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.i little to say about it. But now Malaria and Ague Cure. .C.Aver,HAM.CO.. All Price Drufeiitf.Lowell ,60ou..

.; i ii SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 PER ANNUM; comes Hon. John P. Wall, who introduced a

I } >n t 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. the dispensary bill in the ,

'ry 2 ', ';I: 1 '. ' Idvertiilng- Rate. Fftrni hed on last legislature, and gives up the Executive Committee Organized. The Baclllua of Love. .

,, i.'' I :f1' Application. subject acknowledging his error in Some eminent professors In Paris More Good Roads, Finer Beach for
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\ s TITUSVILLE, FLA. Aug. 13th, 1902. and Better Fishing than at
Bathing, any :;
; -t Subscribers will confer a favor
i, 9 ;i 1 STAB if they will notify us. of any failure to _ .. The executive committee met pursuantto lus and contains a malignant poison. other Resort in Florida _
receive their paper.. .J" a call, and proceeded to organize by
"Love is one of our most dangerous
I It is rather remarkable that electing B. R. Wilson chairman tern., The Clarendon Inn I
pro
j. It must be clearly understood that neither some Inheritances from the dark ages, one
1 1 :' THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for of our shipbuilding firms have had and F. A. Morgan secretary pro tem. The that has been kept alive and fostered

,_ opinions expressed by correspondents. to import iron and steel from Scot- following committeemen were present: by polite literature," says Lady Violet and

live topics, especiallyof B. R. Wilson, member at ]large; F. A. Greville in the London Graphic. "It
Communications on lI land.
It is stated that the New
I I .;, local interest,are solicited. But the editor Morgan and E. L. Brady, first district; should be under control of a board of The Breakers I
them to suit. York Shipbuilding at W. H. and H. S. Williams second 41
I I reserves the right to condense company, Sharpe health that possesses full police au '
1 Brief items of neighborhood news always Camden district E. B. Arnold third district K.
: N. J., has ordered 80i)00 ; ; thority." Farewell then, to poets and and
desired. The two largest most commodious
,.I tons of manufactured iron and steel I B. Raulerson, C. F. Olmstead, proxy
I i i romancers; farewell to all the Juliets Summer Hotels at Seabreeze, will be un-
{ ; Capt. Carter continues to regard from the Lancashire Iron company, held by K. B. Raulerson, fourth district; and Francescas of the stage sweet ler the exclusive management of COL.C. .
R. J... fifth dis
Brown and E. J. '
Traynor,
himself as the American Dreyfus. Scotland, for the reason that home victims of love. We 'are progressing. C. POST during the summer season of
> trict.K. The present generation is unromanticIn 902, aided by a competent: corps of experienced -
'! :; The New York World says that it companies were unable to fill the B. Raulerson, ,B. R. Wilson and E. the extreme, and -It Is the old not assistants, assuring the best

{: r fails to see any parallel between ,order. Judging from this the de- L.. Brady were nominated for chairman. the young who now fall in love. service and every attention to guests.

> y . the cases of the two captains furth- mand for iron and steel productsin Motion made by E. J.Traynor that the PROF. LANDOLT'S ORCHESTRA,
; + I ;i ballot be made by roll call and not by secret f
this be Shatters All Records.
: i '. ... er than both were sent to.prIson.'d country .must most ex- ballot, carried; but a majority of the Brought from New York to the Colonadeslast

,f --- traordinary. Under these circumstances members having voted the secret ballot, Twice in hospital, F. A. Gulledge, Verbena winter, will play twice each day during -

l :r' r t r: It is stated that the speech of J. it is easily understood whyit the same prevailed. A protest was made. Ala, paid a vast sum to doctors to the seasoii.

1;: t N. C. Stockton, at Bronson, on barbecue is that there is such phenomenal against proxies voting on organzation: by I cure a severe case of piles, causing 24 tu- A Play Room for children. .

i L :: % day, was a 'Levy county prosperity in the iron and steel in- E. J. Traynor, but proxies being instructed mors. When all failed, Bucklen's Arnica Rttfs-$2.00 to $2.50 per day; 510.00 toil2.00
Salve soon cured him. Subdues inflammation $ week.
; and between breaths the dustry. is it that iron the same were allowed to vote per
; ; ; rouser, Why new conquers aches, kills pains. Best Special rates to families for the season.
# of the committee.A
by a majority
$: ; listener could discern that the Du- and steel plants are not being established motion was made that as there were salve in the world. 25c. at all drug Address C. C. POST,

f t .! r val giant was sounding the first ? Surely Birmingham, three candidates for chairman, the one stores. Seabreeze, Fla. '

,. : bugle call of another contest. Alabama, could quadruple her out- having the lowest number votes should Weekly Weather

Jd "r; __ _ put of iron and steel ifthe capitalfor drop out, the two highest being re- Report.

if ;',; 1 r : The people of the whole state of such was forthcoming. balloted for. {T.8.DKPABTMENT OF BUREAU.AGRICULTURE WEATHER I W ASHINCTON O. C

If.I J I Florida sympathize deeply with -- On the first ballot K. B. Raulerson received !
5 votes, B. R. Wilson 3 votes and Comparative statement of temperatures !
t 1 ; Congressman Davis in the recent It is quite probable that Mr. J. E. L. Brady 2 votes. On the second bal- and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday, I

I death of his daughter, Mrs. Gar- P. Morgan did not sail for home lot K. B. llaulerson received 0 votes andB. Aug. 19tb, 1902. 1902 1901 i ONLY $16 05

; wood. It is the second time the with any intention in l his mind of R. Wilson votes.F. DATE. MAX. MIX. MAX. MIN.
I A. Morgan elected Aug. 13. 89 78 86 72 From Jacksonville,correspondingrates
I I' grim has entered the home in the was unanimously
reaper interfering controversy between *
., 14. 88 76. 84 78 from other points. First-
: of the faithful representative of the the miners and the operatorsbut secretary. J. Wooten was unanimously 15. 88 76 85 70 class round trip tickets on sale
nominated to serve the next two years as 16. 93 76 85 76 Oct. 3,4,5 and 6, limit by extension
; second district in within
.. congress a when he realizes what the pres congressional committeeman. 17. 9-1 77 82 69 50c. additional, to Nov. 3.

very short time. ent situation is he may find it to Motion made by E. J. Traynor that a "" 18. Ml 76 79 72 Account G. A. E. No extra charge
+ 19. 89 78 85 74 for fast time or the luxurious
his interest to take a position which committee of three be appointed as a Total rainfall for the week.0.54 inches. service ofTHE '

I t T An eminent physician of Paris will conform to the wishes and ex- working committee, the chairman and Departure from the normal rainfall for the NEW INITIAL
I. t, has asserted that is secretary being two of the committee, the week minus 0 67 inches.
everybody
;. ; crazy pectations of the public It is stat- Departure from normal rainfall since Jan- LINE AT

t I on some subject, and attributes the ed that Senator Quay is exertinghis carried.third to be The appointed chairman by then the chairman appointedE. 1, 190:. minus 9 40 inches.HAL P. HARDIX J.CK"oxnLLE.Southern ,

:, F' cause to education; and he further influence with a view of end- ,
: L. Brady to serve on the committee.The Observer Weather Bureau.
; f says that education is responsible ing the strike. All accessions to chairman suggested; that Mr. Wolf Railway.

'l" for the increase in insanity. It the ranks of the peacemakers will be endorsed; for appointment as attorney- Look Pleasant. 1'leaee. I

t ", does not require a very powerful be welcomed, and it is also intimated general in place of Mr. Lamar. Mr. E. Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton, MOST LUXDRIOIS

l t. ; searchlight to locate the subject on that the administration has de- J. Traynor moved that such endorsement Ohio, can do so now, but for years he TRAINSIN THE \VORLII.
be left to the state committee, where i it
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which the doctor is quite "dafl'. couldn't because he suiiered untold
I t cided to exercise its influence in
agony
belonged, which was carried. Every morning at 9 o'clorlt.Every .
i t behalf of amicable from the wors-t form of indigestion. All I evening at 7:55 o'clock,
an adjustment. On motion the committee then ad-
1:; The Gainesville Sun It physicians! and medicines failed to help from Jacksonville; less than 23
f\i says: may An earnest effort to bring about a jouured. F. A. MOKGAX, Sec'y.Just him till he tried Electric Bitters..wlucl I hours to Washington via SOUTII-
may be a little early in the t EKX RAILWAY.
I I game settlement would scarcely fail of worked such wonders for him that he declares

;. f 1- but the people of Florida may expect success. With all the business men, Look At Her. they are a ;godsend to sufferers from City Ticket OHi v. 103 W.-M Bay Strt..
'1 ; Whence came that sprightly step, faultless Jacksonville Fla.
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:[f to have a senatorial campaignforced dyspepsia and
stomach
.. statesmen and millions of troubles. Unrivaled
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consumers l skin rich
I
complexion, smilingface. Full
: rosy information cau !k obtained
g t ; upon them by two or three for di.!'Kipes of the stomach, liver
urging an adjustment substantial She looks ;good, feels good. II ere'8 from
political aspirants before the smoke toward her secret. She uses Dr. King's New Life and kidneys, they build up and give new-
and
progress an early H. F. CARY F. P. A.
life Jacksonville.NOTICE
to the whole them. .
system. Try
..., of the last primary has passed satisfactory settlement of differ- Pill Rfsnlt, all organs active, digestion ;SOc. Guaranteed !by all Only
druggi
away. Indications are that it is to ences should be arrived at. ;rood, no headaches, no chance for -ts. -- -

1 "'% be a-three-cornered fight, and a hot "blues.." Try them yom elf. Only :';)c. Hallway Train of the Putl.;rl'. TO CKKDITOKS: ETC.

\ t one at that. at all drug stores. A distinguished German engineer All creditors, lf alec-s. trilmtM's.. audlpersons ; ,
I
A Washington i correspondent having): claims) or demands agaitint tin-
__ _w says maintains that the time is rapidly approaching estate of Thomas Dat'oii irtfaafd.
in the New York Tribune that Mr. Planting the Palm.TimesUnion ire requested
when the of to their claim
> The commercial life of 1\'estPalm appearance an present t \ ;
Justice Shiras will retire before a and('it izen: ordinary railway train will be altered i within two years, and in default >fMidi
; Beach has received a fresh: stimulus presentation this notice will pleaded
great while, and that such actionon If beyond recognition in order to dimin-
you have palms to plant, prepare to in liar thereof
by Uie announcement that Mr.
his part will be "in accord with to plant th 'w now. We refer specifically ish the atmospheric! r Flagler has decided upon the erec- the Berlin correspondent of the New aid deceased will deliver the sum- t'urthuith
a i> the president's well known views to transplanting the cablKige palm, and
i ': tion of a magnificent casino on the Y6rk World. Fast trains, he predicts, to the undersigned. U..1. L\1:0' HI.,
that blood is desirable this special branch of industry ought to EXl'c'utlirlHlt'T the Will I) of the Late
younger oir will resemble steel
a long serpent witha
' ,. ocean beach near The Breakers. engage more attention, for a street or avenue Thonia* ) ii.Ihrea I >r the supreme court bench. Con- ]lined with these sharp point like a ship's prow. Steel Titusville, Fla July) 1 th. 1lIr.!
i During the balance of the year several graceful, gray columns -
tinuing the correspondent armor will cover the cars and reach to
says : in a thing) of beauty, wonderfully
hundred workmen will be within six inches of the rail He c31cubtes
"And it seems possible that Justice adding to the attractiveness of adjoining Corn and Oats
r,
; needed at Palm Beach, andr est that this will reduce the atmospheric HighTRY
Shiras is not unfamiliar with the premises, ;and especially beautiful w heul1tcr'persl.tI
# ; Palm Beach merchants will pressure nearly half.
i reap with alternate oak
president's alleged wish to place trees. The .
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the harvest. oaks are more successfully planted in February -
4v younger men there." If thereis :My boy when four years old was taken
tir I V but this is the month for palms.
a place in the public service with colic and cramps in hs' stomach. I PURINAFEED
To the shall Florida Experts find it admirable to take trees
question, sent for the doctor and he
where old injected
% mature settled morphine -
men are from high land to plant on high land,
"i Ja have potteries and plate-glass facto- but the child kept getting worse.
wanted it
is the supreme bench. and vice versa. Some, even mark the
ries? the Times-Union I then him half
and C'.tjzen gave a teaspoonful of for
Their years and their wisdom forma north side of the tree-that it may stand
Co. n Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhol.a
) says: Why certainly. wlthe same geographically the in its
\ bulwark same new poi-
i pleasaCoi. \ D C. against rash things.
remedy, and in half an hour he DONKEY CHECKERBOARD
MD nard
,, //outh
reason that I Georgibusines I Carolina \ tion. Having removed the tree from the '
SACKS.
ON ALL
ythere. .
; \ wa sleeping) and soon recovered. F L.
r\ L1 T "Mr is jys, ground, remove every root cleanly and -
l : . .Is-here M"- ) WHkinp, Shell Lake, Wis. Mr. Wilkins
Schwab .' ainted. -\. all it
right, closely; seems murderous, but IHJ thor WerkingStock.
.
I li; 'Dr j the 'as called in to se Apt'r: and in i is bookkeeper for the Shell Lake LumberCo.
I : ough. Now leaf
. J K. Watts returned One of remove every awl stalk
;l li f. Sett grea'ffen confined to h'u+ at elsewhere -; fto of the For sale by Wilson & Son, druggists.;
i ; J 9tm on Tuesday, many of } same, except the central unfolded .
Y3 a vic-
sir ift the\ertigo he Ii47ie conclusionirresistible .: -- ----
1'I. nIi e'n'ds i-Ming, them on their leaf. Tie this leaf together tightly in several
A a'j FINE
!.iervousostrat FLACK FOR SALE.
C Ii; er ;wbt the time lost.? ", ". ] places with twine, muslin, rags or

ii t termined by the people in* DIr and ,. / correct the oiled paper and pink ribbon, as you may located at Banyan, Merrilts: Island, \yADE u. JONES,
.f ablic cailni'H ;: 0" 700 feet front on Indian and Banana riv-
? ?rle. Mean.durinjr
1'i' a How much time have wr.fcosily prefer, so that no rain may reach the
settlesence
: / the J ers. 1110-100 acres in all ten improved REAL
-f ; acres ESTATE AND INSURANCE: ,
'' F '(;1 h'I'It mr'II: ied 1 that I l bud. Set this disreputable wreck of a
of }Ii 700 citrus
{ I 0 d on < ; trees, grapefruit, or-
'Jhe doct Schwab' I hasJcentf once noble tree about six inches lower in LOANS AND COLLECTIONS
t isnowinthe pl} J+ anges all varieties, lemons, limes; 400 ,
c'1
; in
Prosperity many. the ground than it stood at Srst in well!I
The Per et'i'iieal h when or- guavas; 14,000 pines; grapes} bananas, TITCSVILLE FLA.FOE .
to to arv pulverized soil mixed Avocado
country seems awa li with some barn- mangoes, pears. Last crop was
"manly e.iuld have been
rival I of good roads, consequeit.4er.tsK rightin j ard manure, well firmed. Thus planted, 75 boxes guavas, 30 boxes oranges, 135 ..... .....
his prime. He is now only for- failures are very rare. crates pines, 150 crates vegetables; winter -

long as poor roads continue anywhere ty years old.Equal. -- (erne_ nines. _____ and nn nmnopg______,...__ n nnnnn_ .. ._.. 1.opt... A Shave and a Hair Cut

J I ) we cannot expect any great Sot Over-Wise. room house inch artesian well, driven ------- --. -_ ---.--
! amount of prosperity. As goodroads well soft water, wharf, warehouse, pack-
...
There is .GO TO....
an allegorical picture of
a girl
house tool
and Justice to All. ing house, store, two acres
I prosperity seem to go scared at a grasshopper, but in the act of under poultry fence. Rich land with --
L 'F' '- : ') '", w. I hand in hand, the suggestion that Lcesburg Commercial. heedlessly treading on a snake. This is natural growth of live oak, bay and palm Carruthers'.Barber- -

a! ./ ; I \ 3't the Florida Indian War fund be The Democrats who voted for Messrs. paralleled by the man who spends a large trees. If you want further particular Shop

;; ;, co \l\h raw j used for the }improvement of ourpublic Burr and Browne, and those who did not, sum of money building a cyclone cellar, Titusville.and price, address P., care STAR office, None but experienced ,
dr
frog will watch with unusual interest the out- but neglects to provide his family with a men work-I TITl'S\-II.I.E
j) }- highways is a good one. employed, and
i rJ visiti come of the performance of their pledgee! bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera satisfaction guaranteed......... I FLURiDAA
... the i O.A.STOEtXA.:
tea/ What editors of the whole
Jir. m say when they are inducted into office. If and Diarrhoea Remedy as a safeguard Bean the the Kind You Have Always Bflogfi!t J. L. CAEBI'TUEBS. Proprietor.

AtfP' Sheriff state press to this I ? Mr. Day did not do enough, let it be against; bowel complaints, whose victims I - .-

r.. td/ week ... hoped that they will do enough, but not outnumber those of the cyclone a linn- I

f f *if otfj Chairman Griggs, of the Democratic too much. As a newspaper that has stood Bred to one. This remedy is everywhere ,' Hodgson Bros.,

I t j at the front always as an advocate of a : recognized as the most prompt and reli- ..,
congressional campaign committee railroad commission, dating back many able medicine in use for these diseases.For BigrlatnraUPPINOOTT'S I EAU GAILIE INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

I J thist says the whole country i is years, The Commercial} hopes to see the sale by Wilson & Soni. Iruggists.Prospective I

found interested in Devery, and that"down new commission do equal justice.: It GenerIa
Merchants1
in Georgia they take almost supported Mr. Day because it had confidence Piano Purchasers.You .

f\: as much interest in him as in NewYork in his ability over any other candidate want to purchase! a piano, and you MONTHLY MAGAZINEA

even in the country districts and because it believed in him as can save from $50( to $100 on same by cor- FAMILY LIBRARY !

r an ex' ; a man of truth and honor. Possessing responding with E. B. Wager Titusville. The Best in Current I SHIP CHANDLERS.
? t; ) her '\. the name of Devery is heard on all 1 still that high opinion of him, yet we extend Why pay $250 for a piano that, we will Literature ; !

1'\ llou sides." That being the case, Mr. : to his opponent in the late race the sell you for $175? You must have 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY Special facilities for -
money and
1 '\. m too in' Griggs has made a discovery whichought : assurance that he will receive our sup- to throw away to give the dealer that tremendous MANY SHORT STORIES AND Yachts and Repairing Launches.W storing

rd John to prove profitable. Why port and encouragement in his every I profit. Our instruments are PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS

I : : Travis g'\, not get Devery to take the stump effort the people put forth and the for corporations the right as when between he fied fully with guaranteed. We are imply satis- $2.50 PER YEAR; 25 CTS. A COPY Maiijit Raliway.

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.. a small profit. Write NO
ti of the doubtful districts his duties us for CONTINUED STORIE!
some railroj"1
upon .as "rn.-.further particulars
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,,"4' ." THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, AUGUST. 22, 1902. (

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F. LORIDA STAR! ;The ,dispensary movement has Are You Going Away

met its fate in this state. THE STAB Malaria! Ever have it? Know all aboutit For the Summer? '

:" Entered at the postbffie*at TitusYille as felt 'confident that th'e movement

:, :' second-class mail matter." would never become a paramountissue ? Want to get rid of it? Take Ayer'sMalaria THEN-GO TOSeabreezel

Ellis B. Wager, Editor and Publisher
,. consequently we have had Mulaby Sold by '

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. little to say about it. But now and Ague Cure. J.C.Aye.M*Co.**i,. All ric0t Druegliti.Lowell. 6 0 cU.. I

\ 8UBSCTJPTION, 81.80 PER ANNUM; comes Hon. John P. Wall, who in- !

75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. troduced the dispensary bill in the .

< Idvertlslng. Rater Famished. on last legislature, and gives up the Executive Committee Organized. The Bacillus of Love. -n
: Application.Subscribers subject, acknowledging his error in Some eminent professors in Paris More Good Roads, Finer Beach for
TrrrsviLLE, FLA., Aug. 13th, 1902. and Better Fishing than at J
Bathing, any
THE
will confer a favor on championing it. have discovered that love is a bacil-
. ?. failure to The executive committee met other Resort in Florida. .'
STAB if they will notify us of any pursuant lus and contains a malignant poison. : $
receive their paper. - to a call, and proceeded to organize by
"Love is one of our most dangerous <
It is ratner electing B. R. Wilson chairman tern. The Clarendon Inn -1 i
remarkable thatsomeof ,
It must be clearly understood that neither pro inheritances from the dark ages, one
THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for our shipbuilding firms have had and F. A. Morgan secretary pro tern. The that has been kept alive and fosteredby

; opinions expressed by correspondents. to import iron and steel from Scot- following committeemen were present: polite literature," says Lady Violet and
B. R. Wilson member F. A.
live topics, especiallyof at large; Greville in the London Graphic. "It
= Communications on land. It is stated that the :New
local interest,are solicited. But the editor Morgan and E. L. Brady, first district; should be under control of a board of The Breakers
reserves the right to condense them to suit.. York Shipbuilding company, at kV. H. Sharpe and H. S. Williams, second health that possesses full police au .1'

?. cr Brief items of neighborhood news always Camden, N. J., has ordered 80J')()() district; E. B. Arnold, third district; K. thority." Farewell, then to poets and and
desired. The two largest most commodious
tons of manufactured iron and steel B. Raulerson, C. F. Olmstead, proxy romancers; farewell to all the Jullets Summer Hotels at Seabreeze, will be under -

t :i Capt. Carter, continues to regard from the Lancashire Iron company, held by K. B. Ranlerson, fourth district; and Francescas of the stage sweet the exclusive management of COL.
Brown
R. L. and E. J. fifth dis- '
Traynor
i, himself as the American Dreyfus. Scotland, for the reason that home victims of love. We are progressing. C. C. POST during the summer season of
trict.K. The present generation is unromantic 1902, aided by a competent corps of ex-
s The New York World says that it companies were unable to fill the B. Raulerson ,B. R. Wilson and E. in the extreme and -it is the old not perienced assistants; assuring the best

t 1 -. fails to see any parallel between .'order. Judging from this the demand L. Brady were nominated for chairman. the young who now fall in love. service and every attention to guests.

the cases of the two captains further for iron and steel productsin Motion made by E. J. Traynor that the PROF. LANDOLT'S ORCHESTRA,
I this be ballot be made by roll call and not by secret Shatters AU Records. |
" :? than both were sent to.prison. country must most ex
ballot, carried; but a majority of the Brought from New York to the Colonades
- traordinary. Under these circum- members having voted the secret ballot, Twice in hospital, F. A. Gulledge, Ver- last winter, will play twice each day dur-

It is stated that the speech of J. stances it is easily understood whyit the game prpvailed. A protest was made bena, Ala., paid a vast sum to doctors to ing the season.A .

N. C. Stockton, at Bronson, on bar- is that there is such phenomenal against proxies voting on organization by cure a severe case of piles, causing 24 tu- Play Room for children. -

E. J. but instructed mors. When all failed, Bucklen's Arnica i Rates-$2.00 to $2.50 per day; 10.00 to
becue day, was a 'Levy county prosperity in the iron and steel in- Traynor, proxies being -
Salve soon cured him. Subdues inflammation $12.00 week.
and between breaths the dustry. Why is it that iron the same were allowed to vote per
rouser, new conquers aches, kills pains. Best Special rates to families for the season.
by majority of the committee.
.. a
listener could discern that the Du- and steel plants are not being
es- was salve in the world. 25c. at all drug
A motion made that as there were Address C C. POST,
val giant was sounding the first tablished? Surely Birmingham stores.
three candidates for chairman, the one Seabreeze, Fla. *

bugle call of another contest. Alabama, could quadruple her out- having the lowest number votes should Weekly Weather Report.U. .

- put of iron and steel ifthe capitalfor drop out, the two highest being re-

The people of the whole state of such was forthcoming. alloted for. .8.DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WEATHEE WASHINGTON O. C.

Florida sympathize deeply with -- On the first ballot K. B. Raulerson received BUREAU. ,f ,
5 votes, B. R. Wilson 3 votes and Comparative statement of temperaturesand
Congressman Davis in the recent It is quite probable that Mr. J. Eo L. Brady 2 votes. On the second ballot rainfall for the week ending Tuesday,

':; death of his daughter, Mrs. Gar- P. Morgan did riot sail for home K. B. Raulerson received 6 votes andB. Aug. 19th, 1902. 1902 1901 DUSK

wood. It is the second time the with any intention in his mind of R. Wilson 4 votes.F. DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN.

grim has entered the home A. Morgan was unanimously elected Aug. 13. 89 78 86 72 From Jacksonville,correspondingrates
:
i reaper interfering in the controversy between : ?" 14. 88 76 S4 7S from other points. First-
I of the faithful representative of the the miners and the operatorsbut ecretary. J. F. Wooten was unanimously 15. 88 76 83 70 class round trip tickets on sale

#,' second district in within nominated to serve the next two years as i 16. 93 76 So 76 Oct. 3,4,5 and 6, limit by extension -
congress avery when he realizes what the "
pres congressional committeeman. i .. 17. 94 77 82 69 50c. additional to Nov. 3.
t y short time. ent situation is he may find it to Motion made by E. J. Traynor that a i 18. 89 76 79 72 Account G. A. E. No extra chargefor
19. 89 78 85 74 fast time or the luxurious
his interest to take a position which committee of three be appointed as a Total rainfall for the week.0.51 inches. service ofTHE .

f-: An eminent physician of Paris will conform to the wishes and expectations working committee, the chairman and Departure from the normal rainfall for the NEW INITIAL

: has asserted that everybody is secretary being two of the committee the week minus 0 67 inches. LINK
crazy of the public It is stat- Departure from normal rainfall since Jan- ATJACKUNV'ILLE

f'. on some subject, and attributes the ed that Senator Quay is exerting third carried.to be The appointed chairman by then the chairman appointed, 1, 1902. minus 9 40 inches.HAL P. ,

: cause to education; and he further his influence with a view of end- HARDIN
r E. L. Brady to serve on the committee. Observer Weather Bureau.
k. says that education is responsible ing the strike. All' accessions to The chairman suggested that Mr. Wolf Southern Railway.)

for the increase in insanity. It the ranks of the peacemakers will be endorsed for appointment as attorney-I Look Pleasant. Please. t

does not require a very powerful be welcomed, and it is also intimated general in place of )Ir. J J. Traynor moved that such endorsementbe TRAINS
searchlight to locate the subject on that the administration has decided left to the Ohio, can do so now, but for years hcouldn't e IX THE \\OULI.
tate
committee itJelonged
which the doctor is quite "daffy." to exercise its influence in because heiulfered untold
which was carried. agony )Every rcorning at 9 u' a'k.
- - - -- behalf of an amicable adjustment. On motion the committee then adouured. from the worst form of indigestion. All I Every evening at 7:55 o'clock,
The Gainesville Sun It physician and medicines failed to help I from Jacksonville: leas than 23
:
says may An earnest effort to bring about a F. A. Moucax, isec'y. him till he tried Electric Hitters".wInch hours to Washington via SOUTH

may be a little early in the game, settlement would scarcely fail of worked such wonders! for him that he de- ERN" RAILWAY.

but the people of Florida may expect success. With all the business men, Just Look At Her. Glares they are a godsend to sufferers frog City Ticket Office. 108 \\Vt B.iy Sfrt-ft
S Whence came that sprightly step, faultless -
Jacky uvilie.
to have senatorial Fla.
a campaign
statesmen and millions of I dyspepsia and stomach troubles. Unrivaled -
consumers skin rich
rosy complexion, sutiingface. Full information IH- obtained
forced upon them by two or three for diseases of the stomach, liver can
urging an adjustment substantial She looks good, feels good. Here's from
political aspirants before the smokeof and kidneys, they build up and give new
toward and her secret. She uses Dr. Kin 's New Life
progress an early H. F. CARY
F. P.
A.
life Jacksonville.
to the whole them. ,
system. Try
the last primary has passed 1'ilk result, all organs active, digestion I Only
settlement of differences
satisfactory
;
.;:;Ol" Guaranteed by all ,
away. Indications are that it is to should be arrived at. good, no headaches, no chance for drnggi t8. - _. - .-- --- --

be a three-cornered fight, and a hot ""- - -- "blues." Try them youi elf. Only '!;)c. Hallway Train of the Future.A NOTICE TO CKKimOHS: ETC.:

one at that. at all drug stores. distinguished German engineer All creditors, legatees; distributees and ml
A Washington persons having claims demands against tilt
correspondentstj'sin
__ _w maintains that the time is rapidly approaching estate of Thomas Dufion. it-ccaat'd.
trt- rrqufstcd -
the New York Tribune that Mr. Planting the Palm.
The commercial life of Weft Palm r . .n when the appearance of an to prectut their claim> to the and=-r-
Justice :alums::; win retire uelore a Times-I"niuu and'itueu: ordinary railway train will be altered signed within two yeah, and in d*:fault of
Beach has received a fresh stimulusby such presentation this uotiu- will tt
pleaded
I
great while, and that such actionon If you have palms to plant, prepare too beyond recognition: in order to dimin- I in bar thereof.1All
the announcement that Mr.
his part will be "in accord with plant them now. We reft-r specifically ish the atmospheric resistance, says persons having papers or property ot
Flagler has decided upon the erec- the Keriin correspondent of the New said deceased will deliver the saiutforthwith t
the president's well known views to transplanting\ the cabb e palm, and
York World. Fast trains to the nmleriiscueU. li. J. LUl'Hiu,
he
tion of a magnificent casino on the predicts
that younger blood is desirable oir this special branch of industry ought to will resemble Executor Under the Will of the uiteThonUs
a long steel serpent witha
ocean beach near The Breakers. engage mure attention, for a street or avenue lUttall. Ikl'ei.st'tl.
the supreme court bench. Con- sharp point like a ship's Steel Titusville, Fla ,
lined these prow. July 1 th lKtt.
During the balance: of the year several I with graceful, gray col-
I tinuing the correspondent armor will cover the cars and reach to
says : unns in a thin!; of beauty, wonderfully
hundred workmen will be I within s\! inches of the rails. lie calculates
"And it seems possible Justice adding to the attractiveness of adjoining i Corn and Oats
needed at Palm Beach, andre t that this will reduce the atmospheric High
Shiras i is not unfamiliar with the pre11tiSesand: [ especially beautiful when
Palm Beach merchants will pressure! nearly half.
reap interspersed with alternate oak The
f president's alleged wish to place tiw. _. TRYPURINA
the harvest. oaks are more t-uccessfully planted in Feb- '--'---
:" younger men there.: If thereis My boy when four years old was taken ,
mary, but this isthe month for palms.
a place in the public service with colic and cramps in Irs stomach. I !
find it admirable
t Experts to take trees ,
; To the shall
,E question, Florida sent for the doctor and he
where old mature settled injected morphine
men are from high land to plant on high land,
1,t, have potteries and plate-glass facto- but the child kept getting worse
i wanted, it is the supreme bench. and vice versa. Some, even mark the i
ries? the Times-Union and 1 then gave him half a ofChamberlain's
Citizen teaspoonful
north side of
the tiee-that it
' Co dOIf MJk Their years and their wisdom forma may stand FEEDAFoTe
pleasaCol says: Why, rrrtiinljjj.rMlir ame bulwark geographically the same in its new posi Colic, Cholera and Diar
rash
:J' against things. rhoea remedy, and in half an hour h DONKEY MO CHECKER third
1 j reason that Georgia oath Carolina \ tion. flaying removed the tree from the
-- wa-* sleeping, and soon! recovered. BOARD ON ALLACK&'tTTAUK
.... there.'Dr v attr -here i is round, remove every root cleanly and : IVilkinL I
/s;: "- Schwab co; all I IJ. lo it Wilkins, Shell Lake, Wis. Mr. .
the right, : >ely; seems murderous, but be thor- I WerkingI
3
fMer and in is bookkeeper for the Shell Lake Lumber a
J. ough. Now
leaf
One ofa remove every and stalkof
etzt.gin grealtt -.tat elsewhere Co. For sale by WiNon & Son, druggists -
I the the
same, except central unfolded Stock.
I '
( ., vicn' .
if 41e ; -- -
\ the\ -
conclusion f -------
leaf. Tie this leaf together tightly in
several -
.. .. ...iervous FINE PLACE FOR SALE.
irresistibre;wtA the time lost -. places with twine, muslin, rags or
termined by the people in* i pstrat,. correct the oiled paper and pink ribbon, as you may located at Banyan, on Merrills: Island, II. JONES,
cailnb 700 feet front on Indian and Banana riv
m jiblic
de. Mean- that
How much time have prefer, so no rain may reach the
we ers. 1110-100 acres in all; ten acres improved REAL ESTATE, AM IXSUUANTE
hile it bud. Set this ,
11bc. ma red that ifrte disreputable wreck of a 700 citrus trees
; grapefruit, oranges -
doctt __.'. Schwub has once noble tree about six inches lower in all varieties, lemons, limes; 400 LOANS AND COLLECTIONS,

Prosperity in many oken d --fieal h when or- the gronrd than it stood at first, in well guavas; 14,000 pines; grapes, bananas, TITCSVILLE,
'f' the country seems to awai 71eti.4tiuld pulverized soil mixed with some barn- mangoes, Avocado pears. Last crop was FLA.
marily have
rival of roads ..., been rightin jard manure, well firmed. Thus 75 boxes :;, 30 boxes 13.5
good consequent, : planted, guavas oranges, ....FOR....
its
his prime. lIe is now only forty failures are wry rare. crates pines, 150 crates vegetables; win
roads
long as continue
poor anywhere years old.Equal. ter crop pines and oranges now on. Eight! t A Shave and> a Hair Cut

we cannot expect any great Not C.h er-WIl'Ie. room house, 4 inch artesian well, driven -.---- ------
amount of prosperity. As good well soft water, wharf, warehouse, pack
There is ....GO ...
TO.
an allegorical picture of girlsrared
roads and Justice to All.Lfesburg a ing house, tool house, store, two acreunder
I prosperity seem to go at a grasshopper, but in the act of poultry fence. Rich laud wit 9Carruthers' --
-=
:
1, &ow. hand in hand, the suggestion that Commercial heedlessly treading on a snake. This, is natural growth of live oak, bay and pal -- ,- --

\ wit; JIll-> p the Florida Indian War fund be The Democrats who voted for Messrs. paralleled by the man who spends a large trees. If you want further particularsand ......Barber Slop

o \:iJ.Sran Y' bad i.-I used for the improvement of our rand Uio\\neand those who did not, sum of money building a cyclone cellar, price., address P., care STAK office, None but
TitltHiJle.O.A.STOnX.A. experienced
rOle 0vIsitfnea t' public highways is a good one. will watch with unusual interest: the outcome but neglects to provide his family with a employed and perfectsatisfaction workmen I TITl'S\"ILLE
I of the performance of their bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Choleraand FLORIDA
.
,
What the editors of the whole pledges . guaranteed......... I
' ?iJ r. i say Diarrhoea
when
they are inducted into oih'ce. It Remedy as a safeguard ilia Kind You Haya I J. L. \ Proprietor
Bears Always I
the
: state press to thi? Mr. Day did not do enough, let it be against; bowel complaints, whose victims Bought !

4 hoped that they will do enough, but not outnumber those of the cyclone a hundred sr #,, # i ()

SherrQr Chairman Griggs, of the Demo- tou much. .\:) a newspaper that has stood; to one. This remedy is everywhere Hodgson Bros.,
-- -- ----
at the front always as an advocate of a recognized as the most prompt and reli

this cratic congressional campaign com- railroad commission, dating back many able medicine in use for these diseases. EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, Fri

J) fours mittee, says the whole country is years, The Commercial hopes to see the For sale by Wilson & Sot JtJlru:! ists. ,

By interested in Devery, and that new commission do equal justice. Ii t LIPPINCOTT I fGenaral

"down in Georgia they take almostas supported Mr. Day because it had confidence Prospective Piano Purchasers. Marcha nls.

theM much interest in him as in New in his ability over any other candidate You want to purchase! a piano, and you MONTHLY MAGAZINEA ,

t ex\ York; even in the country districtsthe and because it believed in him asa can save from $)0 to $100 on same by corresponding FAMILY LIBRARY i

an her rethouse \ name of Devery is heard on all still man that of high truth opinion and honor.of him Possebainj with E. B. Wager, Titusville. The Best in Current Literature i SHIP CHANDLERS. t
yet we extend Why pay $250 for a piano that we will
sides." That being the case, Mr. to his opponent in the late race the sell you for $175 You must have 12 COMPETE NOVELS YEARLY Special

ted insi/ Griggs has made a discovery which assurance that he will receive our support to throw away to give the dealer that money tremendous MANY SHORT STORIES AND ing facilities Yachts for and Repairing Launches.and Stor

John ,p ought to prove profitable. Why and encouragement in his every prpfit. Our instruments are PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS I

GeiTravis gro\1 not get Devery to take the stump the effort people put forth and the for corporations the right as when between he fully guaranteed. We are bimply satisfied $2.50 PER YEAR; 25 CTa. A COPY I 1 Marine. Railway.
with a small profit. Write NO 1A a*
xin of the doubtful districtsJer us for CONTINUED STQ< RIE
some his
Td upon duties aa railrw "l'rhr ; further ._ ., tf Aitf
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" THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, AUGUST '22, "1902. v 5.r
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= I IRE f:8 SUPERFLUOUS ij 8 BUZZ l SRO. McMillan's Generosity. x S.W.CARROLL, 4 0

The late. Senator James McMillan of t

Sow 'Said to Be Dangerous to the Stock Michigan was princely In his liberality Lost Hair Staple and Fancy GROCERIES I
t says the Detroit TrIbune. In public
Interest of This State -. .
and private charity, In support of his -. 'OJ f i
Cattlemen report that they have lost party and In Hay Grain. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables -
heavily,this season in the way.of deathsof deserving encouragement ot'many "My hair came out by the hand- Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware. I Titusville, Florida. : .
young calvea. Thousands "weaklings objects and persons he annually ful, and the gray hairs began to We solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to. .?
few donated a respectable fortune. creep in. I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor ,
only a days old have been literally <
HIs beneficence
was systematic andunceasing. and it stopped the hair from corning -
eaten alive by the hordes of buzzards He contributed annually to- out and restored the color.- HODGES & O'HARA w >
a that hover like a pall over the cattle every charitable institution in Detroit Mrs.MD.GrayNo.SalemMass.There's I
.
ranges. In the last few years, under the and made'a special donation of ?;,OOO BUFFALO BLUFF FLA j

protection of the state laws,buzzards Rave to the poor fund during the year 1804. a pleasure in DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF I
been
1] multiplying at a tremendous rate, Whenever he encountered any striking such .
offering
and their numbers are so great that they example of the world's misery he always a prepara- .
- cover cattle ranges like thunderclouds.- sought to relieve It. Into his of. tion as Ayer's Hair Vigor.It YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER.?

It is learned that this season they have Ice came one day a brakeman who gives to all who use it

become so desperate for food that they had been employed on his Lake Su- such satisfaction. The Fruit and "VesQta/tol Crates. -

attack young calves, first picking out jerior railroad. The man's I leg had Estimates furnished for complete Bills' of Lumber,to be delivered at any point on East C &st-:
1: their eyes and then proceeding to pick been Injured by the cars, and he had hair becomes thicker, :

their spines without waiting for the animals been sent to a hospital He franklytold longer, softer; and more : "
't = to die. The buzzards are so numerous Mr. McMillan that the road was And YOUR PRESENCE IS DESIRED '

that they have trouble in securing not to blame for the accident; that it glossy. you feel so AT OUR MAGNIFICENT SHOW ROOMS

x: food in the regular way, and have been was caused by his own carelessness.Mr. secure in using such an ,,

{ apparently driven to'the execution of an- McMillan defrayed his expenses old and reliable preparation WHERE WE HAVE OX DISPLAY -

imals, without waiting for a natural and before he returned to Lake Su-
THE MOST ELEGANT SELECTION OF EVERYTHING IN.
$1.00. bottle. All
mufstJ.><
death. These buzzards are protected by perior gave him an artificial leg an .

the state law, but the cattlemen declarer outfit of clothing and an order for If your druggist cannot supply you,
,M, that something must be done to prevent steady employment.A send us one dollar and we will express
a bottle. Be sure and give; the name
' $ you
a- them from destroying so many thousandsof few years ago a Texas clergymancame of your nearest express oft ce. Address FurnitureCARPETS
dollars' worth of cattle each season in to Detroit. He was agent for J.C.AYER CO.,Lowell.Mass. '

- r'a the manner named-Tampa Correspondence the: Mary Allen seminary at Crockett, 1

> Pensacola Journal. Tex., an institution for the educationand '

Y'- This statement, says the agricultural industrial training of colored girls. Tarantula Pest In Spain NATTINGS I

editor of the Florida Farmer and Fruit The lady who founded the Institutionhad Andalusia is suffering from a plagueof ,

: Grower, may be, and probably is, exaggerated succeeded in erecting the educational tarantula spiders which have over LACE CURTAINS ;
; but it is sufficiently apparent building and had then died, anda run the fields and have in some instances ETC.We .

that the buzzard in Florida has outlived dormitory was needed to make the attacked the peasant farmersin also carry a full line of Special Bargain. for instance :
;
Y its usefulness, if it ever had It is seminary a success. Mr. McMillan ,
any. an their homes, says a special cable
insult to a civilized people to intimate heard the appeal, invited the clergy- dispatch from Madrid. Spain, to the Solid Oak Bed Room Suits, for$16.50.:
that they cannot maintain their premisesin man to call upon him and when he Chicago News. Local relief societies

a sanitary condition without the assist. heard a full description of the institution have revived the Andalusian tradition Solid Oak Chiffoniers for $ 5,50'j !

ance of this abominable creature. Oriental :said:; : "My dear sIr you can return that guitar music is the best method ,

., peoples, too indolent and worthless i home. I will be happy to carry for curing the tarantula bite. Solid Oak Sideboards for $15.00'
the matter to conclusion: The ,
even to bury their own dead-as with the a re- It is said that the tarantula poison

Parsees, of India-need buzzards and vultures sult was a fine dormitory building closeto produces a racking nervous disturbance Solid Oak Dining Tables 6ft. $ 5.00
: the seminary for which the senator ,
to perform the awful duty of pick which induce the bitten personto

1-: ing their bones clean, as the bodies lie paid $10.000. begin ,dancing when he hears the Iron Beds with good Springs $ 5.50

i, exposed in the Tower of Silence. Hut As Senator McMillan's fortune in- hum of the spider and to keep on ,

: such unspeakable profanation of the hu- creased so did his charitable works, dancing until profuse perspiration is Beautiful Mattings for 18c. yard-

man form divine is not permitted in says the New York Times. When first induced, when he falls down exhausted '

. t Christian America, and even the bodies! chosen a senator, he was known as a i but cured. Brussels Carpets for ?5c.
of man's humble friends and faithful systematic giver to private and public In consequence of the revival of this yard-

i servants, the domestic animals, are decently philanthropic undertakings, and no belief hundreds of guitar players have for
' f. hidden away from !sight: in the other man In Michigan, it is stated, flocked into Andalusia to ply their art Ingrain Carpets, 50c. yard..

;f. bosom of the earth. ever so much or In the homes of the victims of the
, gave away money Window Shades for 35c
; t: Now comes this disgusting winged vampire gave it more ungrudgingly than he. spiders encouraging the dancing and .
,
;:
-; not satisfied with the remains of the As an instance of his generosity and stimulating the healing process. TIle Everything to make your home beautiful, at the lowest prices
t dead and preys upon the living, the weak his regard for those who were dependent musicians are reaping a rich harvest (
i\ and defenseless members of the herd, the upon him for their livelihood THE LEADERS IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS,

A; calves, the lambs and the pigs. A clean, it is related that once he advised an Luzon Kich In told.
1t cold bullet is too good for its detestable invest :LAndsay&
in
employee to $1,000 a company John !Ilobinson former swimming; Morgan. rsAV.
' 'cafl'aSS. but it is the best we can do for it he was incorporating. The employee master of the Chicago Athletic association

,""-. ,- ,just now. a woman, replied that she did has returned from a three anda N'NA.H. c-.&.
It utterly! passes our comprehension. not have $1,000. half years' stay in the Philippinesand
t how any legislature of Florida could ever "Well." said Mr. )McMillan "I'll Invest j-
the future of
is enthusiastic over
f : have enacted a statute protecting the life it for you, and you can repay me the islands. j ft t tI
of this vile hvena of the air with dividends. .BAR
a penalty out of the :; "There is gold in quantities in the PURINAFeed. h' ftj
of five dollars.A There in and elsewhere
: are Michigan- province of Henqnet, in northern Luzon S.
South Florida that hundreds KENTUCKY '
for of
contemporary says: matter- I
said Mr. Robinson to a reporterof { .
"The state of Florida tine of whom he aided. lIe helped .
imposes! a young men
the Chicago Tribune. "When good 4DONKE'.
$5 on anyone who kills a buzzard and it many of them to get an education. To mining laws are passed and the use of WHISKEY t

is a very sensible !law, too. There is others he gave situations in connection powder and dynamite is allowed, it EVERY

nothing that has a tendency to keep a with the enterprises: he controlled.All will not be long before the mines are SACK.
place clearer of decaying matter than
opened up. Thousands of men have FOP Gentlemen
these unsightly; scavengers. The garbage Were Saved. secured claims and are waiting for a << KEEPSMULES who cherUh 1 1 _
that will naturally accumulate around "For years I suffered such untold misery chance to develop them. UP Quality. 1

kitchen windows is soon made way with from bronchitis," writes J. II. John "In the southeastern peninsula of AND FEED e

by the buzzard and why they should be ston, of liroughton, (TIL., "that often I Luzon and in the islands of Mindanao, BILLS DOWr
> exterminated is a question not easily was unable to work. Then, when every- Masbate Mindora and I'auay there
sol\"t'd." thins else failed, I was wholly rured b,
also are rich gold and copper deposits.
Here again the services of the D.. King's New Discovery fur Consllmptinn. There are coalfields at baud for fuel TRY IT ..
buzzard ought to be a su ertluity. All My wife buffered intensely from and = Sold by F. A. LOSLKY: U. MOTL1UV: :

places, whether in city or country ought asthma, till it cured her, and all our experience power. r:: I TituetHle, KlyrKU.
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j to be kept so clean) that this bird of foul goes to show it is the best croup i Reliable'; Garden: Seed -- --

nostrils would ii'it he attracted toward Medicine in the world." A trial will convince MARIA ANDYELLOW ill

them. To neglect l ?.1 do so is a very'. you it's unrivaled for throat and Especially -e! cted '-4 4an.1 IF WANT
YOU
common source: of malarial diseases and lung diseases. Guaranteed bottles 50( Add for j

t filth disea:especially: typhoid fever. and $1 ax Trial bottles free at all drug JACKFrom .SOUTHERN PUNTING.. IdI ---- -- --- -- ,,
;: Any l properly regulated insurance company stores. I ,
could rhar.!t* li.ubu! the rates for ( N. Y. Herald,January 14,1902.) Beans A inmpltte and Cekn'fresh. tock Genuine of A House Paint, that will
Cabbage
life insurance where buzzards were Milk as a Powder.The "The widow of Dr. Lazeare, who, in I B. :lIIudl Onion. oiuatoes and wear and look well, usePitkin's . .
the of the Government, went all kind of seed for garden and (' .
successful reduction of milk to employ '
I flying about a lion-e ott-r those: charged I field always on hand. I .
:
the form of is recent to Cuba, was inoculated with Yellow f.
where none. a powder a I
Ii. were Fever through mosquito bites,and died, ill ONLY TESTED SEED SENT OUT. tR" "
A simple ian is to have a barrel, achievement of much importance to the .
F- very applied to Congress for relief to-day.. CAFALOUIJi. FKtK I \ X''
'J swung between tau wheel, stationed at bakers, particularly those engaged in The above tells of the sad culmiua- THE EXCELSIOR: SEED FARMS, I cIMixed"
:: the window, and when the kitchen wastes the business in a large way. says the tion of a series of experiments by the I I THu OklKHNQ BROS CO. ril .. 1
;;i, accumulate let it be wheeled to a distance Chicago News They are enabled to Government, all of which proved con- P. Box ' -", and dumped around fruit trees. secure their milk supply without any clusively that the familiar mosquito i is O- e ;.sJ; 1 .2\I lC I; tee(L '
and vehicle for Malaria EJr: =J'IW -t. =.Ir=Jr=Ji t'
possibility of interruption. at much a dangerous_ _carrying L '
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:r.. Doer Like Sumatra. lower cost. This latter is due to the "Yellow Jack," and other malarial : D. .,r -, ,I Z'I'I 1 11\eW8!
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;*; After his visit to Antwerp and pos. fact that the dried milk can be shipped fevers. M. "r\\ "3ri.it.lIe \n. fu'i \\ Prelf.\l tfifaiil.al:\ 4 .

,t"[ sibly a short stay In London Mr. Reitz so much more economically than the ') : ';..t)" \nanii.; I talOffice 1. ,, and": .f ,
'.. it is understood, will not return to milk in its original form. A five pound 'i of, '\ .. it. a. ; Paint. I
intends going out small fraction at r ltoui' 3r4 ''(t )rth"utDuly 1 1l
) be
South Africa, but box can shipped at a fi tt, eats. Ii
to Sumatra to settle down, says the of that of its equivalent oC whole milk ; a g, t l r.l. .. t better made; guaral-
Of late Sumatra and be mixed desired. The tht \\.\ '
London Chronicle. years can as TITLJSVILu. FL)61iA.Notice I :.ro live .year
rapid strides of fresh milk ;ll t: t. \"
has been making losses in the handling -- ", ''
of battery of Appliialnlal.t.i-: Permit to Sell 1. \ 1'.In'vl" A _..
Muchis -- --
ahead, owing to the great success around a are very great. --- -
.' Liquor:, Willt'lt !i'l He.r. t i' "ttra the tobacco growing industry along consumed by the men handling it,
and Dell deal is wasted and not littleis Whereas. W. J. Tucker of Fort Pierc.. I
the coast opposite Penang, a great a waft Barn
; Brevard county, state of Florida has riled"with Paint
and Langkat have grown into important spoiled by being improperly cared Those who are exposed to mosquitosor : the Board of O.uuty Commissioners for I I .
places. They are not far as the for. other malarial influences should take Brevard county, Florida, his application for
.. flies from the disturbed districtof warning. Iron is the fighting element permit to sell liquorwines and beer in Election Is a !standard coating for barn i
crow in the blood and nature will of said and ,"
Newest Kind of Endless Chain. .provides ])j.tricto. li county state
the longest and roof work will
of
Acheen, where one district show ; outlet any
: sufficient resistance to ward off disease. any citizen of such election may
of the endless chainis
: wars in history is still going on. the The latest form But if the blood is impure or impoverished cause, if any there be. at the meeting of the other barn paint on the mar-
Dutch government having started the that devised by a contributor to the or if there Is weakness, it hoard to he held on Tuesday the 2nd day of \0
suppression of the Acheenese revolt English newspapers, who incloses with means that the fighting qualities the! September next at 3 li ch ek in the afternoon, ket. Do not accept a substi

over thirty years ago. Dr. Leyds is his articles a polite letter :and two blood have been lowered, and consequently why such permit should JOHN nut K.he W\LI\ER granted.: tute. A building of any kind F '

F' also said to have some idea of going dozen stamps, says the New York Mail there is danger. If you would Chairman Board County {'Ollllu :>,i ners. well painted, will last two 01
native of and Express. If the article is found escape, keep the blood pure and prop M
Dutch east. He is a --------- ---- ----
t to the relatives and to be unsuitable he wishes the editorto erly nourished with Notice of Application For 1'enuit to Sell three times a:? long as one left $> .
and has many
Java of the in forward- Liquors, \\ nt-..and Jeer. the
friends in and about Batavia. use one stamps to mercy of the elements.
ing it. with the letter and remaining T> Harter'sIt Public notice is hereby given that R. L.
Cared Without the Aid of a stamps to the next on the list of twen- r. Motlow has filed with the Board of County COLOR CARDS ON APPLICATION .
Dysentery Commissioners of Brevard county, in the state
Doctor. ty-four other editors who is requestedto of Florida his application for a l permit to sell '
"I am just up from a hard spell of the do the same, and so on until stamps Iron Tonic liquors wines and beer in Election District Geo W. Pllkin Co
flux" (dy33nterysaysMr.T.) A. Pinner, and editors are equally exhausted.The No. 2 of said county and state: that such application ,1 '
well known merchant of Prnmmond, supplies the blood with iron in a will be acted on by the said Board a
a "I used one small bottle of Cham- of Our Shoe natural "'a)'. It is recognized every. County Commissioners at their next regu- '
Tenn Popularity lar meeting which will be held on the first CHICAGO and KANSAS CITY
where the best blood and
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea American shoe companies are making as purifier Tuesday in September, A. D. 1902, at 3o'clockin
cured without having into the trade of tonic in use, and it has been'used for afternoon of said day. and the said board -
Remedy, and was great inroads --- - --- -- - --
half a century calls citizen of such election
hereby any
cholera upon
it the best AD3I1 lSTlATOU'S XOTIIE. ,
for
consider One
I reason
British companies.
a doctor. i district who may desire to do so, to show
medicine in the world." There is no this Is tHat the English people find the F' Houston Tex.,Aug. 1,1901. cause if any there be at the said next regular Notice i is hereby given to all coua-iue need of employing a doctor when this American shoes much the easier on the "I have used Dr. llarter's meeting of said board, why such permit that six mouths from date I will present my- ,
doctor can prescribe I Iron Tonic myself and in my should not be granted to the applicant.By final accounts and apply to the Hon. A. I)
for
used no and
( remedy is for bowel complaint l feet can family heartily for over recommend twenty-five it yean 1 regard it order of the Board of County Commis Penney. county judge of Brevard county,,
a better medicine : as particularly valuable to ward off malarial sioners of Brevard County, Florida, this the Florida, for my discharge as administrator tIP -
in any form either children or j t I l OAS''On.z.A.Kind You Have and other fevers. 5th day of August, A. D.1902. the estate of Edward Gibson, late deceased, of
It never fai1@cleassnt: ; bti tlae _, .The Always Bought J. H. HATES JOHN R. WALKER said county. WILLIAM GIBSON,
adults. '"'- .... : :11 ,'O'-W.. "J Land and Emigration Agt.,Frisco Line. Chairman of the Board of County Commis- Administrator of Estate of Edward Gibson
'" or sa1e"i .- \\: .. ....., : p.; . '- t Brevard County, Fla. "- ,Titusville Florida, May 16th, 1902..h' _
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6 \ THE. FLORIDA,, STAR : FRIDAY: AUGUST 22, 1902.

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NOTED OSBORNE HOUSEl tempt has been made by our manufacturers Notice of Election "THE EAST COAST OP FLORIDA.
"":!}: : to Introduce surgical Instruments is PARADISE REGAINED *" t

) .Into Switzerland, his opinion be- '-

':t.': .. :. : ing that they would undoubtedly meet Whereas, The legislature of 1901, under the
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constitution of 1885 of the state of Florida,
: .: Description of Palace Given 'to with a ready sale, as they were admittedly did pass two joint 'resolutions proposing

W : the best in the world. Our dental amendments to the constitution of the state of FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. !I
i' the British by Edward VII.
Instruments, It appears are largelyImported' Florida, and the same were agreed to by a
vote of three fifths members elected
\ of all the
: and, In fact, are used exclusively
4j to each house; that the vote on said joint resolutions
J. QUEEN VIOTORIA DIED THERE; ,by Swiss practitioners.. were entered upon their respective LOCAL TIME CARD No: 41. In Effect June 8, 1902.

'- .,. journals,with the yeas and nays thereon,and
: A Dangerous Cigar. they did determine and direct that the said S0U1H80ND-RAD DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ. UP. ...
(-t' '' joint resolutions be submitted to the electorsof u
-. f- Former Royal Residence Is Situated One of the 'Imitation cigars now be- the state at the general election in November : 39!No. 3S (Na. 78 .'40.32
: ing sold as a cure for the tobacco habit 1902; .. faIN LINE. ,Daily: I Daly
i' on the Isle of Wight and Was Dalit DaUYI Daily
is more dangerous to the smoker Now, therefore, I. II. Clay Crawford. Secretary .oL

:'cc t. In 1840-One of_ the Moat Beautiful than a dozen tobacco cigars, declaresthe of state of the state of Florida do hereby 5 CO pt1015a LT.....................Jact nviUe......................Ar1e 1e 031 I : CO'
, f.S-: Palaces In Great Britain-Greatlr French hygienic counc'l. give notice that a general election will beheld e cs PII0 3a LV...................So. JI..lsouTUle........... ... .... E1 a613p .,
.."" in each county h'loridaonTuesday next 1131& .......................S.r..gastle....................... D SOp
7
Revered by Englishmen. :succeeding the first Monday in November, A. 6 i5 P 13 C2p ......................... .HAlit lu,:!,.......................... l'P a 17 sri:-
:L Quick Relief For Asthma Sutl'ereu.Foley's D. 190' the said Tuesday being the 4th day g CO P 121Sp ........................EastPalatka....................... i.vl II $5'3a733p1254p fi...
-: Osborne House, which has been presented of November for the ratification ......................... .veoga. ........................ i l1p alts
'-: by King Edward to the British Honey and Tar affords immediate the or rejectionof < 743p 1C0{. ..........................Bnnnells..:........................ i Oip 60Sa 's753p
relief to asthma sufferers in the said joint resolutions proposing amend |j l1Jp .......................... jl, pun'........................... 357 n da0a !!b
nation, is revered by Englishmen because worst and if taken in time meats to the constitution of the state of Florida 8191' 1101. ..........................Ormo.1u.......................... 113p Oa'i P's
stages willeffect :
tli of its association with the memory viz.: ,, u... 8 30p leZp ..........................Dayto4a.......................... 313p Ii tJa .r:
a cure. Sold by Wilson & Son. ARTICLE XIX.'A S 39 2 011' ........................Iort Ornnge....................... a ca p 6138 I .1:1t
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:: of Queen Victoria, says the New 0 03 2 20p ........................I evr Sm1.rli....................... I t7I\ 'M& :a!::i1
.i. York World. It was there she liked That the following amendments to the cou- .<: ..p. 245p ...........................0&Hill........................... 224p. ...... -? .....
I' ..- IMMUNE COTTONSEED. stitutiou: of the state of Florida be, and the t1 r ..r.. .... 321p.....................Titusville......................... 143 P ....... '" 0 .
: best' to sojourn with the prince consort same are hereby, agreed to, ana shall be submitted < w ....... 3C3p ............................Cocoa............................ Up...... _>gj o
and it was there she died. Perhaps to the electors of the state at the p ..... 011' .........................Roctled o. . ... ... .. \ lOp ... ... ..
Experiments by the Department of I Yet1era .. ..:...:.:::. .::::... '" ...:... ... -
:.,... t 30p .........................E au G a Iii e. . "p '
; no choice of a gift by King Ed- Agriculture to Present "Wilt"t 1 election in 1902 for ratification. rejec : < .. 439x.... ....................} ......................... ;. 3... ....... aea
: '. ward would be more gratifying to the : I 0 :..::: C13t' ..........................flebastlJ\n: ......................... 116 a ....... :=15
A special to the Boston Transcriptfrom Section 2 of rticle V of the constitution is:! ,. r,+: ti ...... 80311 ..........................St.l.ucle.. ......................... 11 (Jaa ....... ......,.
i '., "kingdom than Osborne House. Valdosta, Ga., where the United hereby amended so as to read as follows: ...... .. ..........FQrt ..!.erco ........................ 11 OJa ..... ....,...
In comparison with other royal residences The supreme court shall consist of three H ...... air.::::::::::..:...........'stuecfty: .........................1045x.: ....:: ?, pP :>::
States department of agriculture has justices who ...... 6'11' ........................ .. ...........................1082a....... .
1i' Osborne House is new. It was been making experiments to see: if"wilt" except as hereinafter provided, ..... e tGl' .................... .......Edcn............................10288., .. i a.
Ie built in 1S40 on the Isle of Wight, oyer.Ir shall he elected by the qualified electors of t ...... 6"1' ....................:......JenlE'o.! .......................... I') n ..:::..
or "black heart" could not be the state at the time and places of voting for a ....... 7C0r. ...........................StuarL.... ...................... 11 It ..... Wo73op ,
looking the Solent. The name is an prevented in cotton, says that the result members of the legislature, and shall hold . .. .................... ?hope Sound::...................... 9 8'....... .Pt1
.. ancient one and is properly "Auster- their office for the term of six years, except C ...:... 7t3p .......................lfestlnpiter........................ 9 '....... :"
is that seed have been obtained I those first elected, one of whom, to be desig ::: ....... 81op ,...................."est I'ahn Beach..................... 8 68 ....... pog-
.Ir Lurne, the "Easter Brook. The estate that are totally immune to this dis- oared lot in ....... 8 ij' ..................... Boynton ..................... 8 33 a ....... .
: by determine
; was held for many years by an si\ch manner as they may ...... 93Jp ........................Ft. lauderda.le..................... 785x....... tI p
ease. shall hold his office for two years; ......::13 :111 ... ....,...............Lemon City....................... 6 53 a ....... '"
, old Island family, the Bowermans, The process has been on the line of another to be designated in like manner for ...... 1030.. ............... ........ .ytamt .. .. ... ... .. .. ..... ....Lv 64')8....... .
from whom it was purchased by four years, and the third for six years, so that
"breeding, the seed being carried up shall OS TRAIN 15; AND 7S.
PARLOR CARS
Eustace Mann the one be elected every two years after the BUFFET
during reign off
to the highest quality of healthfulnessby first election. \
Charles I.Tradition. careful cultivation. Professor Or- The chief justice: shall be designated lot BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES
has it that during the civil ton says that the experiments show by said justices: and shall be such during his

r; war Mann buried his wealth in a wood that the only hope of the farmers in justices term of shall office. The first election for said No. 57 No. No. No.49 No.47 PALATKA No. 45 No. 49 No..50 No. No. 58
take first
place at the election ( I 1 j I I 54\I
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on the estate and afterward could not getting rid of the disease where it has for members of the legislature after the rati .Jaily. lIdly V&i Y Vliily Bti9NCH. Vally lI.i.lly Vally UaUy733p

find it. The place is known to this day once got a foothold is by the use of ficatkmof this constitution, and their term o f 635p 3 p J1 n 2 & v Palatka Ar II 20 & & 5 p US p p
as "Money Coppice." immune seed. The disease is said to office shall begin on the first: Tuesday after .750p I 6E5p 4EOp 112 C5 11./6/ 4S a 1rE.PalatkaLv BOOa 855a1225p I 505p 7Cip

His granddaughter married a man be of fungus origin and remains in the the first Monday in January after their elec. ; No. 48 No 58
named Blackford tiou.Upon iMiIy I Daily 5-\--I BAN MATEO BRANCH J I
,, who built the first soil to make its appearance after seven ratification of this amendment to the ]J&lll bally.

Osborne House. Lady Isabella Black- years, the land having been planted constitution: the governor, by and with the 751 p 510 a i Lv. ............ ... ........East Palatka.a............ ............Ar 66;) a ai' P
ford, a descendant, sold the estate to with other crops in the meantime. I'ou-jeut of the senate, shall appoint three S 15 p l b SI n. Ar . . .. ...... ...... . ... San Matit-o. ..... ... ... . ... ..... .Lv_I 35 a_\ U_ p
Queen Victoria in 1840. It has since Professor Orton tegards "blackheart" more justices: of the supreme court each o"whoa -- ''N-----' No I o:24'
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been enlarged until at the timeIt shall have the same poweis and; Siu23:' No. 21 VO"1 No. 11 I No. 5 MAYPORT I No. 18 No.20 No. 22 S.tur'y
present as the deadliest! enemy of cotton shall receive the same compensation & Sun. Dar'y' I'EC.J.bun Laity D.li Y BRANCH Ex})a sun I VJ.1l1 Dil.lly DaHl & aun.,
comprises 5,000 acres extending from and one with which farmers can- as each of the other justices of the only. I J on ,.

', Medina on the west to Brooks Copse not afford to trifle. If allowed to go supreme (court and each of the justices snapPointed 9 53 p 6 iJ j00J e pi 2 OJ 11 9 31 8. Lv Ja.cksonville AI i 100 a. 840 a 0) II 813 p 0 90 p853p
on the east.Osborne .% shall hold office until the first Tuts 653i' 4 53 tJ 12 03 I) 9388 "SJaekson't1eLv.. 6t2a: 832a1252p 802p 912p1133p
unchecked, he thinks it will in a few day after the first Monday of June in theyt'ar 721P520p'2lOpOIOn; "I'woBPach 620a 8008 223p 533p 841p
House was the private property years ravish the sea island cotton HIi);). and may further hold office until his 19 3S p 7 201, ;; S 33 p I. 2 tS p't015' a Atlantlo Bch" 6 U a 7 85 a I121j P 5:5 P a 35 p
of the sovereign. It is known as fields as it has the upland fields i successor shall be elected and qualified, if it''1350 p 7 it P 5 5J p 31:3 u ;lO 30 a Ar Iayport Lv 600 a.. 140 ai2! ChI 513 p a ;'p

nshall he so provided by law For the Dixie Route : Car trains I and
one of the tnost beautiful palaces in some sections Alabama and other year Flyer Seeping operated 011 U
190.3, and for the the .
subsequent years legislature
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Great Britain. The
structure is in the cotton growing states. !
may provide by Uw for the election of '
'': style of Palladio. It embodies moreover Professor Orton also had an experiment such number of justices of the supreme court No. 11 I SANFORD I No.12 i No. 3 I N3. t I ORANGE CITY I No. Z i Na. 4

many of the ideas of the prince in planting Egyptian cotton, as it may determine and prescribe their termsof lIa.ily D1U.NCH lI.I.1ly Il IVnly Dally BRANCH D. ily Dally

consort and reflects in a office not to exceed six years; provided, 7 O.j a.. Lv..Tltusnlle.\ 2) p 3 OS PlIO 10 a. Lv..5. hmyrna..Ar 215 p S3 p
measure tried this
which in section this
,, was that th* number of justices of the supremec.airt 11S a. (.v.... .. llms..Lv 101 PI l 3 n p 1121 a ILy.. ..Lake Hl'len..Lv 13' p t n p
-,, Queen Victoria's tastes. A bell tower year but the result! leads to the conclusion holding office at the same time shall not 8 :SI a, LV'. .... Ostr'en..i.v 11 53 a.. i 00 p 1139 a. 'Lv. .Orange Ct7. Lv 123 p t ai p

ninety feet high rises above the palace, that the Egyptian staple is not be less than three, and shall not be greater 8S0 a.u. .Lv..Ent\ . ... +'rtojrise..Lv. .. .Lv 11 1130 00 s'11.1. : t 05 p 1143 a 'I1r.Oranga Ci'y Jet.Lv 115 p 418 p
and behind the apartments occupied adapted to the soil and climate of this I than six and provided that no justice of the
supreme court can by such an act of the legislature These Time Tables show the times at whl"h trains may be expected tft arrive eau depart
by Queen Victoria
is''a Hag tower 107 section. There appears to be too muchmoisture 1 be deprived of his office uuriug e from the several stations. but their.trios! or departure at the times stated la nut guaranteed, i
feet high. The rooms are filled with producing a large, woody term for which be was elected nor does the Company hold iUelf responsible fur any delay or any consequeuea arising there

rare pictures, statues and costly fur plant with little fruit upon it. The Section 1 of Article V of the constitution i:; from.

nishings.In tests that have been made in Texas hereby amended of the justices so as to of read the as supreme fo lo vs:court Themajority Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama. !

the council room one of the most and along the Mexican border are shall onstitute: a qUO)um for the transactionof
magnificent in the palace and locatedIn said all BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
\ to have been much more satin business But when there shall l e injustices

the pavilion, hangs Landseer's famous factory. of the supreme court, the court may SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.
painting "The Deer Drive." hear aud determine case and exercise auy of t-1 ,

The i its lowers w hen sitting either in a body or into LT. Mlama, Mors. Wl'ds. ....... ...:.....11 03 p Lv. Havana, Tuee Thurs .................1000 a '
gardensarearranged in terrace; RAILWAY AMBULANCE CARS. divisions, under such regulations as may Ar. Key \\t-t,TuE'S. Thurs. ........... . 12 33 p Ar. Key WpstTuesThur8' .............,. 6 33p _
sloping to the water's edge, where is IM prescribed by law or by the rules of said Lv. heylt'estTues. Thurs .............. 7 33 p Lv. Key West, Tues. Thurs. .............. 7 Cap "
A' located a little jetty built for the queen. Se"l"utp'it"'eu Stations In Germany court not inconsistent therewith The concurrence Ar. Havana Weds. F-i. ... .. .. . . . .. 5 Ma Ar. :tlamalt'eds. Fris................... 603a f'

The prince consort established mod to lie Equipped With Them. of.a: u-ajority of the members of the For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent. }
court :sitting iu any cause wherein the court t
el farm on the estate, to which the To insure immediate aid to personsInjurel shall sit as one body shall be nel'e!> .uy to a J. D. RAHNER, Asst:Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE, PLA. '!
.ti queen and be gave much attention.It in train wrecks the state railway division; : and when any member of a division :
of the court shall dissent from the of --- --- - --- tf
was at Osborne House that the administration in Germany has majority
queen chose to rest during the illness decided to maintain ambulance cars biu'h division: on any question: such questionshall : '
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submitted VALDOSTA
to the court sitting in a & WESTERN R'lDIVIC
which resulted in her death. at seventy-seven of the principal stations b-Hhy. The number of tciins of the supreme

Princess Henry of Battenberg, thqueen's e throughout the country, says a toner and the time of bolding the same shall ,ii
be regulated by law. All terms shall be held TLYCIl "
youngest daughter, was appointed Berlin dispatch to the New York KOl'TCb
at the ('ill'ltalllt'the state.: r
governor of the Isle of Wight Times. The cars will contain a full ------=-.==-- --- = _. i.Xo. .
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by her royal parent and ruled from Os hospital equipment, including operating | ARTICLE XX. .1. tital QUs. ---- ---- --Xo.s-: J,

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borne House. tables and beds, calculated particularly That the following amendment to the con --- ---- &

Soon after the queen's death King to render everything necessary stitution of the state of Florida be, aud the it 4U l' ---------------___________ ,kso\"llle Ar---------- _--____--____-- II 01 am'" ,
Edward, it said S one is. hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted 9.! p tit --n-----n.\r 'ahlol1ta Lv------------------ _______ 535 a Ul
was wished to discontinue in the direction of first relief. .J Sri a lll-----------\r Macon J
the electors
to of the
state the v .
at general ---- ---------------------i' 4; a m
Osborne House as a royal Each car Is to be in charge of election in IJktt for ratification or It'jec- 7 Q-..,) :h 111 --------------------_--__ Atlanta Lv---------------__=_______ 900 P m

r.- residence owing to the expense of keep : medical officer, while all railway employees t n n:.Section 8: of Article V of the constitution l l' ID-----n\r: Ch5lttanIOt. Lv-----__. ________ ____n_. 300 P m
lug it up and the distance from Lon will be to be i U hereby amended so as to read as follows! : g 5.i II m--------------n\r Nashville 11v------------------------- 9 30 am
3 don. Lord required trained Section S. There shall be eight; circuit 11 40 l' tit--------------________-___.\ Martin Lv__________ ---___--___- __ 5 15 a m
Rothschild was named asa in the performance of first aid duties. judges who shall be appointed by the governor -tj--5'-> :-L-m----------u\r- St. Louis I.v_______------------ ---- 10 1P m

j' probable tenant at an annual rental The cars will be so located that nonewill and confirmed by the senate, and who lU.5U a tu---------_________________ \r Chlf'to! Lv---------- _u___ = -..---_-: 6 10 ibDi)
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).h t. of 100000. William Waldorf Astor be more than an hour and a half hall 1 hold their office for six years. 30 ant---------------___________,\r LouiH iUe Lv__ --. - n

.,;, \ ryasthe also said to be negotiating to buy away from a hospital, thus rendering The at, state its that shall regular he divided session after by the the legislature adop: 9 i 20' ( a. 111._----------u-u\r Cincinnati Lv__u__-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-__--u-...11 3 t I.>tl; a p ill IU

:'Ilf" palace as a wedding present for quick transportation for victims who trop of this section into eight judicial circuits .la.:1: I---=----:. :.---; ---: :----\r Chit"tao.!!. : Lv----------_____________ 7 \.ItJ p ill

'f(, his daughter Pauline. Then it was announced require serious attention. and one.judge shall he assigned to cad

\ \ that under a clause of QueenVictoria's Within the past year there have been circuit. Mich judge shall hold at leat two inst.Xo.Louis I : Dixie without Flyer-carries Pullmani! Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping {'an;. Jacks\ .:Ie
i will! Oshoru'a1f terms of his court iu each county within his : elmi-rc, making direct connection Nashville with sleeping.rf...;
use couldnot an unusual number of fatalities i Ixmisvillc. ('i and
railway I I1IC'IIIItll Chicago.
circuit Through coaches
and : : between
at such Jacksonville
every year times anda and
pI .1W- Min.
,,r thus be disposed Stops at all .\ V. it W.
Stations.
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in Germany due to the inaccessibility ::;: places as shall bt- prescribed by law, and :
: may
- t of medical fac"I hold special terms. ('Ol1l1l'rt. tJIIS made at Jacksonvilkith northbound trains of the S. A. L. and F. l:. C.
.r t "'" '- \ The in his railways
CRO governor may, discretion, order
GSHIP E. II. BAUXKS., ;
A't a tt'1Jl'lIraryexchange of circuits by the respective S. !li l'l KK1Tn. : 4
Alfreck \ L; I NER. judges or order any judge to hold {" Siipt < M n i i't_,. .\4l.
F Honor 3t one or more terms
. pact or parts of any term
\ j : .Ji. t".al'. in any other circuit than that to which beaiined. >.> bC

The Lta.s cdPs published n. '.v U, ..., 8i 1P<"'lt.: (nil of whh-h. The he judge judge.shall reside iu the cir-
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by Alfred Austin the poet 1? new r V.g .. f This slTtionbLH
beejted be
ecently n not operative until! thi
entitled "The Crowning of P1' : on Lake-l ites the Par- 1 legislature i shall haw divided this state intc

It is in thirteen stanza, oft correspond:, J XcYork eight; cir "lits, as hcu-inltct'oru provided for 'VeNCtlf 1ft&!
and tlH''l'n circuit:judges !
first three are as follows: &l holding ollice at
t Torld. It is", a costume thetime ufurb division shall continue to e\,

i. What do we crown and celebn f india rubber , rfcU at the waiiElich st, rriie juri.-diction over their several t'xistill FACTORY LOADED
SHOTGUN SHELLS t..
Empire and & .
kingship throDt- I :! circuits a; constituted at the time of .udl
can be rapidly donned ::
very
ful power; \ : "I division: until the judge of the additional cir i "New
-
"Leader" '
Since to be weak is to endure th';".. .. waterproof with several airtight; euit shall have qualified. The circuit judge', Rival" "Repeater"t

Of every threat'ning hour. compartments. These can be used as hotdinotlirertthetimeofsuehdivisionsh! ) MVf i ') V __ .
: ; B M i'r.d"\ i IV' 1l HyUH HMM V JHKhyMtfykAI MlMMUb\or.v.v'Mtf '\Ui.lDIF ...-
pockets fur a lamp, provisions, a trumpet "eve-rally continue in office until the C'xl'ir! ; -
Kingship symbolic of a people's will tion nfthcir then existing term of ollin are looking for reliable
Themselves born to tall for aid IUl'en a wcapuufor as you shotgun ammunition -
kingly sceptered by judge of the circuits, respectively in which,
the sea. repulsing the attack of dangerousfishes. under such division, the. county of his resi, the kind that shoots where .
_ and like the sea, let whatso tempests dcneo may i be included: and a judge for the! you

'. shrill. Half of the body remains at the surface additional circuit shall! be apjiointed{ lilrL: point your gun buy Winchester Factory-:
,1 One worldwide, feared ,
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t t ". and free. term equal tll t.h. iincvpircd term ot'theolhccircuit "
I ,' wee of the water. The inventor in judges upon such division being; made'. Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival loaded with
t i For 'tI$ nor crown nor purple men revere. his life preserver has remained in the 'Ihe salaiy; of each circuit judge; shall be twu ,

t i Co \IY'K: ; But the majestic mind and regal soul water five hours. But that is a mere thousind seven hutidred and fifty dollars Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater loaded
rj) fror. o; ,'That amid clashing clamors help to steer The votes isixt in compliance with Slitll'ro. ,
) tug I e., 3L A realm into its goal. bagatelle. lie intends to pass fifteen posed amendments, lUll l the cinvass, dec: with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester
in the
days at Havre.
rival 1 I The last stanza is as follows: sea laratioiis aunt return thereoil': hall\ be subjec
I to the' sjiiue regulations Factory Loaded Shells and
rejtnctionsasany
81'So knit accept no cthcu.:: ;
throne
A may a people long while ,
W
iovit
-d
r PUb For )}o!>tJuitoe... > < by law for general electionin th('

.,n Kingship crowns and kings, who, as the agesf Quinine having proved inadequate to state In of te.-timonv Florida whereol. I have hi'n unto !>tt :ti. -..._;.m *!JLJ: EALJ-! jJiL JH Efti.- .. {t 1 j

run, forestall malaria carried b} mosquitoes Ill: hand and! affixed the "ireat seal of th. '1. = 8
Heirs to victory's wisdom, hand it down Professor Grass of Home is experimenting state of Florida, at Tallah.is.icc; : the capita. I
t From sire to son and son. with a pill that, besides; this the first day of Aug'I i.-t A. D 19t: :.
I [ 'al.: : Il. ('HY a"URH..
Tools Needed. quinine, contains iron, citron, arsenicand Sei'rtTuy of State. PR.MOPPETrS | Cures CUolera-lflfanlyia

I"1uerle8u i&W American manufacturers of surgicalInstruments "bitter extract," says the New To Joseph/ i' Brown, Sta'nil' Bri-v.nd C.IUllty. 'N, ,yrt cS UrarrhoeaUysenterp,and, ,

will find it to their advantage York Journal. Grown persons take six, iy the Bowel Troubles of

i1 "I ; to look over the field in Switeerland children half as many, pills, and no' Children of Any Age.
... mosquito goes near them.is CASTOR ,; f B { f Aids Digestion, Regulate
I where our consul at Basel IA (TEfNING POWDIfttf
L ASAp16 the Bowels
Strengthen
) says that he believes there is a good For Infants and f4 Costs the Child and
rt market for their wares says Leslie Pnrll1h by Electricity.A Children. ., t Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING iMaku

w3 Weekly. In a recent conversation withthe professor in Finland is trying aul The Kind You Have Always Bought I0r mill 25 rests to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. St! LOUIS EASY, M0, IL

consul Dr. Egll-Sinctylr, an emInent I- method of using electricity in ugri I have found Dr. llofett's TEETuISA .pld udid med __d sid for f Sad. AJ hi..Tex. Rh v mLa.0.
C Zurich who residedor ture. .\ seedfield is covered by .a n etSears theSignature TprISSTiySethicllUd' every .uccee of him
r. physician ;and began at ainunls term it to ]tuppea
once him. **J his apoa
: a
T of and cmproreme>
work wire a stions current is taat yp aarted a 24 hoar,
in the UniteStates, of day on ta recuperated. I bare constantkept? vse7 ituac and from
many years turned. on nights and chilly days. gleasnre la ii. prsi5ea W .11 *nn >.p.,,:_er* v ,,; 7te t draa} ,sad bars tsttea restsouadiag
far no at- even steer
teased surprise that so 1", A t the tee
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; SPICY J CH WITH BOTHA' SIBERIA A LAND OF PLENTYJohn with different colored silks in the fa .. .
One of the invited guests has "! : -. -
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Foster Fraser Say It Will Be paid $60 for a pair of buckles whichhe

World'. Food Center. found in New York.
Boer General Amused inrmmmxnmmnmroxm +uixm++unnMUA.m, -5
; at British John Foster Fraser, who wrote "The rowunmm

Tactics In Late War! Real Siberia" stepped ashore at New Great Fruit Farm For Missouri. CASTORIA

4 York the other day from the Campania A contract has been closed by a

with the avowed intention of study- Des Moines (Ia.) syndicate\ for a five
thousand tract of land lying northof Ii (
PLANNING AN OFFICIAL acre
t HISTORY ing American workmen for the pur- '
Hartville. Mo., on Bear creek, for ......., .. ., ,,, ,, ,, For Infants and Children.
M of I _. """ ""'"''"" "$""""" """"""" " '
if pose making a comparison with Eng- .<
a mammoth fruit farm, says the St.
; Famous Fighter lish workmen In order to note just I Louis Globe-Democrat. The syndicate
Hopes to Arrange a
wherein the latter fail the New The Kind You Have
Book on South African Conflict says has contracted with the Frisco railway a
1 From the Burghern York Journal. Mr. Fraser has been In to build a spur, leaving that road :
Side, Writtenby
thirty-two different countries."I three miles west of Sleeper station in

Well Known Leader*-Will Vlalt had my choice to cover the coronation T" , ,, , ,,, ,, Always Bought
Laclede county, and running through Il I 'l l li'I" (t. II' rPIS" q'pII'" j
America'' For Relief Fonda. for the Yorkshire Post the the orchard. Orders have been received A'egeEablePreparationforAssimilatingtheFoodaRdReguta- I

Since General Louis Botha intends Glasgow Herald and Birmingham Postor for the manager to employ -

to take this assignment In the Unit- hands and clear off 1.000 of the
the acres
visiting United States soon a rather ting the Stomachs andBowels of Bears the
ed States, said Mr. Fraser. "I chose
land which the syndicate to
amusing interview which the Lon- proposes
don Chronicle correspondent had with to come here. You see. my wife is. an i put in apple trees next spring. A 1 h .

him at Maritzburg Is worth reading as American. ream stump puller will be used in

it gives a Boer view of the not "My views of Siberia differ from clearing off the ground, and a disk Signature
very
those of other writers and especially Promotes DigeslionCheerful-
redoubtable British prowess In the gangplow operated by an engine will
field says the London correspondent : so In the book I have written? Yes I be) used to plow the land. Two thousand andRestContaias neither 'of .

'f of the Philadelphia Press. am well aware of that. The trouble is additional acres are- to be readyfor OpmmMorphine nor Eneral.

The correspondent describes Bothaas that the public up to now has never planting during 1004 and the remaining NOT NARCOTIC.airxd1t&wUllJYJrffEH.
had the real Siberia pictured to it. "
2.UOO a later.
t follows: Louis Botha Is a big man acres year ...
It Is a beautiful land; not one of eternal
t full six feet high and stoutly built.
snow. New Litter For the Wounded.A .
His shoulders In particular immense -
C and his are "Why do you know that I believe Siberia new form of litter for carryingthe pumpkin ..fad'ALxJuma
:: huge brick: red hands
will be the great food producing wounded has been devised Mrs. *
by
; are carried clumsily swinging lie ReckJUSJtijtnittS&d -
| wears a drooping brown mustache; center of tbe world in the future? It Chadwick, wife of the captain who In
Is a great agricultural country. It reminds commanded the flagship New York in ftppermiot -
small pointed beard, that does not lh tmIJ J'IItb.
\ conceal firm I me of the vast stretches of agricultural the Spanish war. It is a simple arrangement limn Seed-
a round chin, and short I .
lauds I have seen in tbe of and t'lanl4Jegwr
hair. His face is full and pleasant; straps slings supporting Jt iWy"limr. UseFor
United States.
broad canvas seat and I
blue a
light twinkle below
eyes heavy "There are plenty of evidences of I forConstipa-
three and half
brows. The small beautifully carved weighs only a pounds. Apcrfect Reiredy
American craft in Siberia, in Baldwin tion Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca
that often ,
nose accompanies Huguenot locomotives and In farming implementsthat
Wonns Com'Ulsions.fe"erish-
j' descent is his best ,
feature. He was the Russian government ells to A Modern 1'Iapgronnd.One SLEEP. OverThirty

t magnificently bronzed and looked like the peasants at cost pr
\ a very fit south of England farmer do not sell as much agricultural machinery Kansas City i is to Le fitted with a shower Tac Simile Signature of

rather than a fighting general With as they, might. That little bath i f-+r ('hi.lr'n

him were Jan IeVet, younger brother countervailing duty that the United YearsCASTi

4 of Christian of that ilk and his own States imposes on Russian sugar operates NEW "YORK.:

brother Commandant Christian Botha, against them. The Russians have
Whom all South Africa knows as Chris.
retaliated by imposing a duty of 23
Jan De Wet would insist on interpreting per cent on all American machinery

for Louis Botha has but little "Germany is rushing in to take advantage '

English and. I suspect is apt to tell ; of this, and great quantitiesof
the truth without discrimination to allwho machinery that could have been EXACT copy or WRAPPER

: approach him in the Taal, whereas !sold, in Hussia by United States manufacturers """'..' THE CCNTAtf COMPANY NEW YOU*CITY

the urbane Jan Is a barrister of the are now being sold by the i :t ;$' ...' : : "f :-' ':"_ .,1'r a y 3L 1 r

Inner temple ai.d has even dipped into (icrnmis. Thus Germany is indirectlyreawii

journalism.. So I had to speak) En;g- ... ;": the benefit of the American

lish,' but my notes were of Louis Bo ,duty on Russian sugar."I ; .

tha's answers and not of Jan's render have been all through Siberia

, ings. from end to end and from side to side. The Seaboard Air-Line
"There is every prospect of a lasting "I was arrested once !in Manchuriaby Railway

peace,'' said the general "if people will the Russians who were at first

ink their individual feelings and work very fierce and ended by inviting me

together for the good of the country.It's to dinner. The Russians will give up CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.

time South Africa had a chance." Manchuria about the same time that The man on the stage who does the

"Now, about the war. Ityv did the the English forsake 1"Yl't-that Is, trick of escaping from firmly tied ropes, .
submits to the bonds with smile. He
Boers look upon hlot'khoust's1"Jan when they are driven out." a The Shortest Route. The Best Line.
knows he of the that
can get out ropes
De Wet laughed as he put the
are being knotted. Put the same man in
and Louis Botha smiled
question KNEW CHEN'S FEATHER the woods and let Indian captors bind DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEIncluding

broadly. him to a tree for torture and he would
"1 think," said the latter chuckling Odd Incident of Chinese I'rinoe's struggle to the last against the bonds.

they were useful in finding employment visit tot \trk. When the stomach is diseased thereare Sundays.

fur men who were not to be Prince Tsai Chen of China went bonds being woven every hour about

trusted with horses." sightseeing and visiting in New York the organs dependent on the stomach -TO-

This was a facer, and I showed my the other afternoon. He was receivedby heart lungs liver, kidneys etc. The
folly of mankind is to passively submit Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
astonishment plainly. Acting; Mayor Tonics in the city ,
to the fastening of these bonds with no
"The blockhouse lines neer stoppedme hall, looked OUT the lower city from iRichmond
effort to escape until the pain they cause
from going where I wanted to go," the pinnacle of a skyscraper and drove arouses fear. Washington, Baltimore,

added the general, "and they never through Chinatown in royal state. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discoverycures

stopped De Wet." While returning to his hotel, a short diseases of the stomach and other ,
New York
"De Wet broke the fences with cattle distance from it, there. stood on a corner organs of digestion and nutrition. It Philadelphia, ,

did he nut?" asked.. four Chinamen. Each had a bundle cures diseases of heart liver, lungs kidneys
"lIe and other organs, when these diseases Through Pullman SlOCP01"S..
Jan De Wet replied this time. presumably of soiled or cleansed 1

says he never did so," he said, "and 1 clothes, and each wore a jacket of as is often the case, have theIr
origin in the diseased stomach."For Only Line Operating Thn-ugh Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto
can't see how it would be possible. cheap plum colored cloth. On the
a long time I was suffering and was New Orleans
Cattle won't run in a mass unless head of each perched one of those hardly able to get about."writes Mr. Andrew J.
For farther information writeE.
there are men leading them. You funny felt hats that nobody but a Jennings 194 Was, of bothered Thomas with Tucker kidney Co., trouble W "a. and Box L. IH'NTH, Oeu. 1W Ajwnt.; A. (). MArDOXEU Atet Gen. Pass. Agent

{':lI1't drive them like horses." He Chinaman in the United States appears my whole system was out of order had uo Portsmouth. Va. Jacksonville, FlaJAS.
translated this to Louis Botha, who to be able to buy. As the prince appetite. A friend of mine told me. to try Dr.I'atree's : M. BARK, Vu-e-l'icbideut and General Manager. Portsmouth Va.
Golden Medical Discovery I did so
nodded in agreement. went by they crossed their hands and and the first bottle restored my appetite. 1 took -- ,

"Did experience lead you to regard made odd gestures. They recognizedthe six bottles of Golden Medical Discovery' and ".' '
jour MIme of the Pleasant 1'cllelb' and feel like anew ! ;n IiD. ...;>L, ,
any particular arm of the British lW rock feather if not the man person.: "

service as specially efficient and disagreeable who wore it. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleansethe FOR

?" was my next question. Prince Chen spoke a word to one of clogged system from impurities Richmond Washington Baltimore i

"That is too wide a question::: ," replied his interpreters. Then he turned and ---- -- -- -- ------ -- Ph'l,-,drlphia Boston Atlanta

the general. "I got on pretty made to the four Chinamen on the
i gsle"lrle: Chattanooga Louisville
well with all of them." sidewalk a profound bow and smiled .

"The co'oisials' too?" 1 queried."I the while and waved his fan. Long Cincinnati St. Xouis Kansas Cityittsburg

<'.id not see much difference.. he after the parade of carriages had Detroit ClevelandChicago ,

." answered. passed the quartet stood as if in a ATThgcc etc. ...'; .
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.':.',;'"' :', "And what about. our intelligence; de trance gazing at each other. It was a Ill" ,

'.: ;, partment bit of old China in New York. 4TUP :wr\. ,. uu >\I'i, t _'
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:' ;, A': :tin the gen+'ral. ) was much amused. I ,inai'' +a 4tptAQ y.."'"... I ttm;.u+L..tr.la
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1 { "It's all ri:'ht." he said. "I have intercepted MRS. FISH'S GREAT BALL. \ (- u0 N1\el1 COw'g h (. -J.F\,tllll\"; '

. ? a gout many dispatches and lay...,. I.; g 1 -' tar .) \ 'i
--,t quite often found them reliable." Affair to Be the Most 1''IH"n"i\'e c n. "" t .

i:",.-, -,. "Tell me wunethini abut :jour own r iu'tioii In Ne't port's History.Jreat - - -- .. i oU ": }: I ; \\10

;, arrangements. I -ugl'; *'Il. "We heard ( preparations are being; made Athens, Tenn, J.\ i. 7, 1901. ( :
the magnificent organization Ever since the l lint app.traino of lilY n nro
a great deal about by Mrs. -n'smt Hsh for her eolo- : larand'Isuffered ? ;
::;i menses tlu-j % evtrv irrx1l
:
\ *i of your intelligence depart nlal ball at Crossway, which prom v.tli Kr.'.,t pun 111 inlnp,... i1Ii. t.OF; THE CElE-; r tee'be : S :
( ont "
:,;. ". ment. Had you such a thing':" i ives to he the most uuiqi-fe and expensive ) back bearing, stomach down pains dud h'iu;!!,the with al-donien.)u-ni e : 1\W\ t \f'O. rule{":.!a lit

"Ye ." lie answered; "we had the entertainment ever given in Newport D-iring the 'a't mout'i! I have tu" 'i The ('Jut h ern s j <, leThe ..,atnited
ill
.t- Every one of my Themen taking Wine of Can'ui and Thedford'a j w'I(\ .
best system possible. the Philadelphia Press.
says Black-DrHiiglit.Hiul! Ip:i.-ed!h,> -\onth- Washington K ] Cjnond and .
: burghers; is an intelligence omcer born with mustaches who are supposed ly perioduhout pain lurthE: first time: a t

and I had no need to single out anyone to look like Wahhincton, Jay. Hamilton in \ears. XAxxn 1>An", Florida Limited ;

of them to do the work they all and other men of lle\olut'.ouary; ,
The New YorK and Florida ExpressTO
fame have been asked to part
did. never : What is life worth to a woman suffering I

"Do you intend to visit England?" with their fadal emlnllishments by like annie Dam suffered7 Ye ji THE EAST. "

,? a "Yes" replied the general; "1 am go- Mrs. Fish. Hence they are luppj. ,
there are v omen in thousands cf! homes I
lug to England) with De Wet and Pea The genuine colored servants fortyin 'j The Chicago and Florida Special
to-day who are bearing those terrible:' J _
larey about the end of the month. I'm number with white powdered hair

going to the continent, too and to will wear blue and gold lace i..iits and menstrual pains in silence. If you are i The Florida Limited ,

F America." buff ioKiredet>. The uentUiuen in one of these we want to say that this J i ..
TO THE NORTH AND WEST.
"What is the object of the tour?" the minuet sixty odd, and their women i .a

"We want to get funds for the reliefof companions will be dressed ill sameW1NorCRDffl

burghers ruined by the war and especially true colonial !'t -h'. The men will-wear J
Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati via
for widows and orphans and black s.tin breeches and diescoats, I '
_ .__ _n __ _ __._ I will bring you permanent relief. Can- Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky. .

i cripples. to lecture?" I in- A I'lonuiau llettleil. sole yourself with the knowledge that 1 r Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
"Are going
f you I i connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Dr. ieo. Ewing, a practising physician 1000,000 women_ have been
quired. completely
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Pullman Cars all
Sleeping and Hotel Dining Cara on through
a lIe laughed. "I can't he replied.: of Smith's Grove Ky., for over thirty cured by Wine cardui. These women 1 trains.

"But 1 don't know what we shall do years, writes hisj>ersonalexjteriencewiti)
suffered from I leucorrhoea, irregular
" Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years I had 1 Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.
}. yet. been greatly bothered with kidney pad menses, headache, backache, and j
t "Is there to be a book? for bladder trouble and enhusred prostate bearing down pains. Wine of Cardui S ,,
"I hope" he replied, "to arrange known the t
to
i an official history of the war from the gland. I used without everything relief, until I commenced will stop all these aches and pains H. F. CAREY, Fla. Paa. Agt, lOa V. BAY St., Jacksonville, PU. %

f.t hoer side. De Wet will write his share profession to use Folev's Kidney Cure: for you. Purchase a $1.00 bottle of 1

1 think bottles Wine of Cardui to-day: and take it in J S. H. HARDVICK, V. H. TAYLOE, .
Delarey his I mine, and so on. After taking three was entirely
}:.i L there ought to be such a book." relieved and cured. I prescribe it now- the privacy of your home.For General Paseengef Agent, Aii't Gcal Pats. Asst

: : "a, "It would be very interesting" 1 daily in my practice all and heartily for recommend such- adriceandntersnre,address spying STIDpu 1 Wuilajtoa, D. C. Atlanta, Oa.JB .
Paul lRer won'tassist its use to physicians I >ius, "The Ladies' Aoruory li..panuT nt," j
agreed. "I suppose ,;. ..,.... Q. I have prescribed it 'in, hqn-,. The Chattanooga: Medicine to: Chattanooga, !> rr 15, 19 OS.
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.., ....1'.. -:: > :-. : COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Mrs. M.: Wallace} visited with Mr. and Difficult EAST COAST MEAT MARKET. "
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DigestionThat
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, Mrs. J. F. Mitchell Saturday, and we .
; on '
.. n ; r WZLLIAH HINDLK-Underttker and Em- L .
;.1'4 f :J ": 7 Gamer Bicycles and Sewing! Machine supplies know from the way she was coming up is dyspepsia.It fi. F. DUREN,Agent,

<, w: t ,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repamngt. the road she was anticipating a visit with makes life miserable.Its J
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they 'nu
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t' Dr. Hughlett was called to Titusville '
11 -Practical Shoemaker. Forty They know irritable and fretful 4\i t
LIPP
i K they are ;
ff' e Monday, and on his return he went to \
.. .:-- ;&:experience' ; all kind of repairing but they cannot be otherwise. 4 : and
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t/, : Mane, nice and cheap; alsoladies'and men'sshoes ,
They of bad taste in the
complain a
4 ; t'. t. made to order. not been feeling well for the past month I YesternIeilb
I' mouth, a tenderness at the pit of the stomach -
with malaria.
: [ 00 TO J: SANDERS, The Old Reliable an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness,
i '" r Store, for good fresh and reliable goods Mrs. Adam S. Dixon made ice cream headache, heartburn and what not. r ) f

1 h /. -- / .aeh as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, Saturday evening, and it increased in The effectual remedy, proved by perma- V i iii r
".:- ., tlata,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. nent cures: of thousands of severe cases, is or allEJnds.
quantity till they had to call the neigh-

.;, !t i r: -n IS HOUSE-Open all the year round. bors' children in to help get away withit. Hood's Sarsaparilla t I ,/ S

:. ;4: :Pieasant location facing the river on river The: children wish she'd do it again. .
i Catwt. Bates$2.00 per day,special terms by ooD'8 FILLS are the beat cathartic. t orrrs5UWrecked
1. '. ; ". i tide week or month. Rob Fish is the champion rabbit hun i

: ter of our settlement. He began with a Equitable Life Assurance society of New
: i .. Florida.
\ bow and arrow, but now he carries a gun. York, was shaking hands with old-time Titusville,
RIPPLES.t
: RIVER
]INDIAN N
rI ; He always goes out toward the railroad to friends this week, and also putting in a Your home and property .

-e------ hunt, and usually brings in one or two few "professional" words. Mrs. G. and should be protected by.... e o e o o 0 o w o e .
i .
, :Jl SiragraphaPersonal and Newsy Briefs rabbits. the children are visiting: in Massachusettsat Insurancefrom of
; o
i"i 'S. ., at Towns Along the Coast. Miss Theo. Ward, a cousin of Mrs. present. FIKE. LIGHTNING
.
1'Y": f1 r:, ' f Hindle, who has been visiting her, left Mr. A. L. Hatch left Sunday for Asheville and CYCLONES. The ex- 1 fil\1\ JLJ

'; 1 :' K COCOA. on Tuesday for Chester Shoals, where she pense is small compared to
\1 N. C. where he will attend the
,. the risk of a catastrophy l
;J; t
(
s 'is in Coco will visit till the first of September. She '
sr S. D. Geiger American florists' union, now in conven- like this. Write to or ask ,

j"i' i .': 7. Ur; Cooper's brother is visiting him. will wick then Ga.They .return to her home in Bruns- tion. He hopes to gather strength from Sclmyler & Branning, Titusville,

; ., L the bracing mountain air well for reliable information
Mr. John Joyner was in town on Fri- as as pleasure ,
j"" say the mosquitoes are trouble- from association with kindred mindson rates etc., .
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',...L ; 1.>": day.Capt. some on the island; but judging from the flower culture. ''ll1NE3jyUQUO

.i ...-: :' McIntyre came in on Saturday'stzufo. smokes, the men are all at work. We BOBBINSQRAHAM

.1 I.... ,. t hope that there are as many smokes visible The best physic-Chamberlain's Stom- I
f
,-J1 t f I They do say that Trafford's meat pies on our side to show we are just as industrious ach and Liver Tablets. Easy to take. & I (P ,

t f are fine. as they are. Pleasant in effect. For sale by Wilson & I II NI
1,* i Son I- I ; .,
l' i druggists.Teachers' .
h'
Mrs. Jarvis returned from her vacationon CO.
1 4 Mr. John Shippey was in town on Sat- Ui ,i I

:ti a&day.THse. Tnursday. While in Illinois she was (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00) I f. F

i the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. Lyman Examination. This owns landsin I I
for fall company
cleaned}
t ground is being .up. Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome. In The usual! September examination of the Indian River CQun 1 open up one of my bottle ol

:.tl x; I i gardens. New York' she visited with Dr. and Mis. teachers for Brevard county will be heldin try, on the St. Lucie River, !II I OLD WINE OR WHISKEY

at. Mother Dixon was visiting at Adam S.IMxon's Di Bol. She had a very pleasant trip. the public school building at Titus- at New River and on Bis- 1 and drink to the health and prosperity of
'
1
self. These and
friends and
4J! F on Tuesday. All the animals on the road bow their ville, beginning Tuesday, the 2nd Sep- cayne Bay. i wholesome. Unexcelled for goods richness are pure strength

.ut; Mrs. Hamp Bradford has been quite ill, heads to take a drink to Mr. Smith, who tember 1902. R. E. Mats ; ana flavor. Right for health and hospitality. r
I PRICES TO( SUIT TUB TIMES.Send I
l-I .tt.is rapidly improving. has placed a large barrel so the water Co. Supt. for land list. Ii i R. L. Motlo"'OV,

I from the artesian well flows through it . .
church -- ---- -- -- ---
i vices at Methodist Sunday OFFICES AT . .
f. t' ; : tlla. m. and7:30p.m. and every horse and dog thinks they TITUSVILLE MIAMI. i, TITUSVILLE and COCOA

I : must stop and drink. Mr. Smith is a f + ---- t
1: No boom, but steady improvements aregr3itlg : t
,. z'
public benefactor., Wish we had more
. . on in all directions. Jas. Pritchard Son :
I' I like him in the country.
j left for her home ,
J.i I t- ; Miss Amy! Kitching .

i j' ( : .' uiSebastian on Sunday's train. Entt'rtalnnumt. Headquarters
J
fi.,
for . . .
:
H ':, Mrs. and Miss Capron and Mrs. Green, Another dramatic entertainment is on
: :
It viMotas: were in town Thursday. foot, to be given at the opera house Au-

supplied guet28th. The programme will consistof HARDWARE :
The market is plentifully with
,; "A Box Monkeys: ," a two-act farce,
l' r muscadine and
suppernong grapes.
; ,
1 and "Try It On, a side-splitting comedyin
b JJJr. C. Gibert will move into the Ma- characters is
one act. The cast of as ..Tinware Crockery Stoves.
..
h t ; < ruder.Hfll house the first of the month. follows ,
j i :
i i :t Mrs. A. II. Trafford entertained a few A BOX ()MONKEYS.. Boat Goods, Paints Oils,

:' ti&ssda: at five o'clock tea on Wednesday. Edward Ralston, a promising young For Fine andVVOODEN
1" ""
,.: 2 ir.and l\Irs.lleal and family, of City American, half owner of the Sierra gold Watch Repairinggo to A.RE.

t : ;Pant, were shopping in town on Saturay. mine-Garrett Van Haute. Write for prices. ,
r Chauncey: Oglethorpe, his partner, sec-
.
( ond son of Lord Doncaster-John towers. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Box .

[ y; Rt. Rev. Bishop Gray passed through Mrs. Ondego} Jhones, an admirer of MANDAVIUE'SJEWELRY 212.

F t on i Saturday on Ins way to Merrillsliik rank-Miss Leonice Lapham. I
IiU.nd. JAMES PRITCHARD. President. C. S. SCHOYLEE. oaahler. I
S' Sierra Bengaline", her uiece a prairie
\ ,
; W.M. BROWN, Viee-President. W.S.BRANNINQ,Ai.t.Ce+bier.
"M .; ;r' J. W. Bruner, Lyle Tucker and Sam rose-Miss: Myra illianis.

t L t I'O teen were passengers on Saturday's Lady Guinevere Llandpoore, an Eng STORESuccessor INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKICounty

Earl olPaynaught
t 't- t I, steamer. lish primrose, daughter of the

i' L Mrs. A. G. Weinberg i 13:! improving inieaUh. -Miss Ella Singleton. to H. T. Whaler,

i t .ti ;:' : .. She has been an invalid since THY IT ox. Depository.

i s; Henry Harrington Jones, second-hand
Xpri1.I. :
t a TITUSVILLE FLORIDA Authorized Capital$100,000.
I ""
dealer-Morris: Weinberg.Jake .
\. ; Zach and Jerry Dixon expect to finish Paid up Capital, 25,000.. r" '.
Dundenslau hen/"dt'r cheap Dutch r'\rv
t die Judge Graham cottage, in City Point, ---.l I
.' : man-John Powers. Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS ..dr.

1 .,f(, dais week. Sambo, Mr.\ Jones' colored 1'\ml-EII A =- : ,

Vill Dixon has had a severe bilious attack. (Booth. Special Attention given to

\f' \ t ri !.L: ,. :a .JMonday.. Dr. Hughlett was in attendance Haute.Mr. Dean, irate customer-G. Van I Repairing Fine Watches.... general Banking Business. r : j r :)


, \ .. t,5 lisa: Annie Gideon, of Hock Ledge, :Mrs. Jones, proprietor's wifelis Largest tune Oldest

" a ; Staves on Thursday to attend college in Williams. Hank on the nin r.

.i' 3Iacon, Ga. I/ldy, a customer-Mifb Singleton. Mail Orders will Receive !
Officer-Thos. Gibbons. Exchange Bought and Sold on
1 : It is still "fisherman's luck," for they Prompt Attention.... all Foreign Countries. "

5 ., are bringing in large quantities of mullets KOCKLKOGK.Mrs. f
night. Patronage npl'rt'l'iah'.1. Prompt iervice ,
every : II. S. Williams left Wednesday polite treatnlcntand every favor consistentithconseratie ( r f

:Hiss Cornelia Hentz,of City Point, was for a visit at the old home in .\labamalr. KAU GALL t;. \\ banking granted.CODUESI't1NUENTS i,

the,guest of Misses Clara and Lilla San- )Dry weather is beginning to be felt in : :: a {
:\ Lee Coat of Fort Pierce is in
!
afees on Saturday.They this district. :Seaboard National hank. of Xl'llrk, _
t
town this week making a short stay with and National (Hank ot Ja 'ksonvilleTITUSVILLE. ,.r.... I

t '.... are rocking the road over the his family. The sharpie Lizzie is i again in the
:railroad crossing. It is very rough, but waters of Indian river. FLORIDA.
I a ,
} AiU soon pack down. The infant son ofIralld: Mrs. Coward,
whose birth was mentioned last week, The Cygnns left for lUytona this week

We are pleased to.see that Col. Setze died after a brief life of four days. for a cargo of furuituie. E. L. BRADY & BRO.,

L :ibietobe out again. He was sitting ont -
Fish are being shipped at an of ----- -- --
Miss: !' :Sallie Magruder i is expected home average
r
E \ dieporch on Sunday. ',. this week from an absence of about two t'o( bbl*.1 j per day from this point. GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
\ Messrs..1)1 St. CI >j us )ett and J. Heed ,
months with the of Mr.[ E. L. Ma-
family Major Jordan is again about as usual.
Ij ti P I 'crere over from 1, \ a on Friday, attendJ" \Vc handle produce III'all kiwiWe are agents for Mapes' .Ft'rtiliZl'r.'t, dial I exclusively
h C rtJJ Mast '" gruder at Apalai-hi t' la. Rheumatism I : laid him up fur a few days. in the altln luioot' soodami aohnt the tratie of all cunSU11lt'n.1 itt' u, for prices on
. ; j .agixon ((train atilt all Groceries' delivered At your&tatiou. E. L. KUADY
BIo.'f1TlVILLE.
r at the Kock- l FLA,
yes
> There were Miss!' A. Florence is in Y
.
I .,.Nr ) and cliff't -
owing to the n.: I :
.
toa !
. t: .Ire: *;. J.: 1 tet 11'1 aJ.. 'ER. '
'ope he will
:McXabb. MASURTS PAINTS AND VARNISHES.
r, new >oat is a rlvwr.children .
tin: ,dr'-oj be . bath.ML. .
., : :X.... -
.1 ----.i. '01C ; 4\:t The E. C. Lumber and :Supply Co. are
.
&rty.ttn besii'!" !. \ . ;Ids. C. ''-,,!.. ''s: gave an ice putting in an electric light plant. It will Tlir ;great success ne have had in selling; these' ;goods and

(! lt.". qrot.-n people, attended S" 1 lit" cream '}-rty ,. f.ivia-v/ evening' to a be in iw for the first time this week. the grouin* dcinand Iras! warranted out placing;; all OMU.r lira
,I' f,: fait Sunday at the Me\ carload ol :iO.OO to
argil
pounds
." t 1 >tetJi few invited 'tt'S s brass'! band from ; soon. These ;-oods Ire
.
in Eau Jallie
i c aoo. and Dr. Hughlett was on the HUNT on the market and the Pilll'i: i is: right M '
.1' '.' ;< e/ Cocoa was Xv"?, a pleasant ( n ill be
Tuesday, calling upon his patients. Mr. to send color .
cards '
pleased 5011 and pr'h
to quote 011 .
Wm. Hindle tool time ) es
_, 'r' 'Mr. 'YO) was spb.} ur-
Parker is reported doing well and
t a-:? % le- t
I I'' ,' te\ jt him see the train on o f The Maj. E. W.:Peabody, the tyell-known coveting from his ilhies EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
;
\ I 5)ony. seems to take new sig IIi Leria traveling man of the Tunes-Union:; : and General Oilier, iil: CJlLLIi:, I'LL
Moonlight excursion on Monday nighton
jj
)lUSC. -- .r -t' Citizen l Uockled one of his periodic
paid
t ;: the Canaveral. Quite a number of Yards at Tltu", lilt, Iran Gallic and fort Pierce.
Ping pong has arrived in town. Mr.\ visits on Saturday, and added several
our citizens took advantage of the lovely
} Auld Mrs. \V. G. Paterson entertained new names to the mailing list of his:
"' night, and much enjoyed the trip GEO. N. HATCH : :
:
.a :some friends and played ping pong one paper. :
!, )Ir. Alex. Near i is now tilling a contract ---, -- ,
l evening last week. :Mrs. R. L. Geiger and two youngest:;
'
M well :Malabar. The Dealer in
., I I for an artesian at outfit -
children returned! Friday from a stay of General Merchandise '
Col. and Mis. Seize are having their
I was (owed down to its destination on leomisisttng

t t l : \ & \ lisvely home painted and repaired. The several weeks at West Palm Beach, much :Monday by Hodgson: Bros steamer ; of everything'"'''' -_-,
.
of Mr.: and the two
> the delight Geiger
tinted in delicate shades to
walls ,
siuside are
in '
l i L Kathleen.The usually kept afirst ROCKLEDGE, FLA.
( of color, and the wood work oiled. other children, who found housekeeping 1 -"ia.! '- QPier.i' 4or.... .
\ a y't Canaveral has not been making
co Th a rather hard position to "hold down
frog. A 4>r. Daniel is i a very much engaged the mail trips to Canaveral this: week;
( I s iian. Has had his hook filled for two Mr. Stephen Geiger, agent for the I far unknown. Capt. Ramsey isi The
i cause so Lamp of
Steady Habits
id So"weeks ahead. Parties::! come from a dis.t.ance ----- ----- -- - - i away in the Carolina, and daily expected

-. to have dental work done. .. 1IIia'aA.WL--- .1 to return. f11 Til** lamp that doesn't flare up or smok. or cause yon
(
t r. s to it- trill Idnjia ) ; the Limp. that I I.Iks K+?,d xtien '
{" Ur. and Mrs.\ : Walter Pitching: of Stu- Teething 1 | Eau Gallic will be well supplied with : y uu Ket it 'ix t good: tht i f'"L'""' you wdi.
far as New York to jl I ;T:1: r ,>r mgly part y oil have ,
{ have as this Large of
:ert, gone : I I wine season. quantities

i' .meet Miss Kitching, their sister, who is 3 Then the baby is most like- J! grapes are being utihW; ; 1 in this way by the J New Rochester :.

'' J Doming over from the old country. Ily nervous, and fretful, and !i jour! townsmen. The large vine in the k. 1 Other lamps may be offered y,+u as "just as rood -
Dixon { of J. E. M. Hodgson's residence they may I be, in some resIwcts, but for all around rand"ntvi
Adam S. i grounds
V. :M. Fish and certaJnlv p doesn't gain in weight. I "? there s only one. The New kocl eater.
; understand road-making. They ;i is loaded with white ?cuppernongs.i sure the lamp offered you is genuine, look for the oua nam9
the road from Cocoa S Scott's Emulsion j I on it ; eery lamp has it. $00 Varieties)
p
have been repairing I Iis Old
rock and marl in the worn I 'I i i Henry L. Shattuck, of.shell&burgIowa, Ltunps lIalo 11 .
twrth, putting \ the best food and medicine j' I was cured of a stomach trouble with want We a can new fill lamp every or lamp stove want., an old No matter whether yob -
a one repaired
s jplaces. J for teething babies. They J I which. he had been afflicted for years, by thed, vase mounted or other make of lamp transform.or refln 1We
'
t t Mrs. Zach Dixon and Mrs. Adam S. gain from the start. j I four boxes of Chamberlain's Stomach and _-r ed send into you a literature New Roc on the iester..ri'e can do it. Let -_ }
subje
in City Point on)lon.1 Liver Tablets. He had previously tried -. :
n option were calling 5 Send for a free sample. g I - are SPECIALISTS Inthe treatmtat of
They reached Mrs. Hatter's as Mr. : I SCOTT& BOWNK, Chemists !II I many other remedies and a number of f tamps. Contultatloa FkEt3. diseases
landed .and they 5 409-415 Pearl Street New Yoik.Soc. P physicians without relief. For sale by '' "' 1HE ROCNESIEB : CO.
Carfer sa
C_ nen\ oind'Mrs. Raph it ,and %uaoall; druggists. I Wilson & Son,druggists. h m bUo? as e, ur ai,, (,York,
1 :< i all just in time to eat cream. _wa.w.1IIIA.- ,,.,Ave cuwrantlrkep seiitttnr rkedb -
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