Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: October 24, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00649
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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sex-little yellow mites with big dark t f"1.J
UNIQUE EXHIBITION.fr eyes. "TIll EASf COiST OF FLOllM: fJ
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ij- Downstairs in the Venetian street .n is EIXADISB REGAINED

King Carnival held full sway. Lovely j ... : '

j rPcofesslonalvoman' women (so said the press agent) r

R s League'sBig thronged the streets and reclined In the 1 1 FLORIDA EAST COA3T RAILWAY JS

F11 I wiJ' Show In New York. realistic gondolas. Showers of confetti I I 1
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and paper flowers were as frequent as .
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; 1 rain showers during the last month.JJiasfcs .

1 .i 4 .. T BELT AfTER STREET OF BOOTEE and dominos were the proper s LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41 In Effect Aug. 28, 1902.1


'''' ''. costumes, although ordinary street ..M01ITHBOUK[ AD UP.
,tt';;: dresses; were not debarred. The management SOUTH30WD-READ DOWN. to t

4 \. ,e Fair. Sex of slag y Nationalities En- had requested those not willing -r Ne.321 .... .! ,

t. Staged In Every One of Them Ne. II No. 38 No. 35 Nt. 71 >&J1
S ? u : InDifferent to enter into a "spirit of fun'fenotla Laity JlI.IN LINE. Daily D an1 i 1Jix.8U: a

Kinds of "ork-oIJJect ol visit Venire. So Venice was nopu- Ex.SulI D&1.1 Dail1 L-I -

f' la tile Skcm-How the Police Women Ions with a merry, laughing carnival ke 700 S 60 a '. ...... 0
.. n.,1'1 ,. theater rat S co P 115 ;' ................JIIoCI5.SODvllle.'J p a . ......
a tt Handled a Man : iette :::::::: tI cs P 1023 a ............ laekStnv1l1e.. 1,T 2 p 7 40 a ....".. t
t which f"IU1'II : .1.t .1llI: '-eIllent. .yet ....... / lS p t1 SO a. N ............... .......... 5 'O P 1 06s . . ..1!d.
t Under an azure sky, ablaze with row There LK.Iother features COllutPgr ........ 6 43 PI. ................H..ung" . .............. .. 614p aA . .... .
wire ....... 7 CO p .U'1; .. ............... EattPalatka.: I ............. U7 p .. .. .
'y upon row of electric lights, and to the Japanese tearoom, a palmist who did a ........ 733 pI4 Ci 11 .................. \eaga. .... ............ II.. p 1. ca.n Ie .. .. .
;;t accompaniment of two women's ........ 74ip PC"p .. ................. BDuBnt lls. ............... Ci . . .y.1
.t bands thriving business, a !'shooting gallery ...... ......... II 3E7 p 659a
5 ,.
........ 7 E3 p 113 Ii ................ . .
i the frou frou of women's skirts and the and_ slot machines. The most:; interesting d EIIC ...... . 8 1 p 340 I+ .a ..................Ormond.............. ... 3 II3 I' 1131 s . . . t
l ? ..... . a 30 p 112 p .. ..................D&1toDa ................. .It. 31S II ;a21 8. . .. . .
feature however
of entire
c.. y.. laughter: and murmur of a great crowd the exhibit .... . 833 p leI p ................fortOrange.. .............. 3 Ct p 61S a 1SIp
.
r. r the . . ...... . ............ II 4t5a
F of visitors was work of the police women. 500a 900p 9t3p . . .NetrBmytea. 4hp.
the woman's . 104p
exhibition in .
( it would .a ..OakHttl. ................ ... .t.
; Ought, seem, to give exemptionfrom i 23 a. ....... 8l9p ..... ..... .. ,. w
New York Although there were policemen in attendance ................TUuiVIlle........ ......... 1 p .. ... . lip
opened its doors to the pub. the diseases which the 600 a. ....... 3 .. tJ . .. .. .. .
... 4' prey upon II.. ............ Cocoa .. ................. 1 ......
j: two of their fair understudies ..... . ........ 3 .9 P ..... . .. .
.
>I. lic the other night in Madison Square residents of thickly populated cities. .. ................ 110 p. ..... '
.. .. ..
.". ....... ........ 4 01 P ..... .. .. RockledIf8. .I. .
. .... .
from .
I\ f," _, .. Garden. .I actually ejected a man But there is no exemption from disease, .... ... ........ 3" P .. ................ Eau Gallic ................ ".. 12 'A 01 .. . . . . . ..
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the Garden. He and .......... 31e1b'uve I ............... 1" 3E P .
t" was smoking and in the country, as in the city, one ....... ........ U3 P .. .. . . ..
'r .
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If' ..... II f. &
\ The in .. .....
.t. women long coats and tall ... ... 513 .... .u..Sebasnan..u y
. ;,. s vr ; when requested to stop demurred. may see the cheeks grow hollow and the ....n.... ...n...... e os P P .. ................. 8t Lucie. ................ .. 1105 a ... .. . . . -rly A
,11 .. ; F. : hats who opened the carnage ,doors, Thereupon two's: valiantly eyes grow dull while the frame wastes ...... ....... e 2 P .................1''t. I'lerc e...... ........... 1100., a . .. .. .. . .ln.
I' i the in blue with that terrible disease con ........ ; ....... G 2S p ................white Clt y. ............... ".. :0.... a .... . . . ..
: .. ..'. women frowning under seized him by th.- .. r and wilulj away ......... ........ 6 n P II ..................Tibba.lls. ................. 1.n. >N a. .... . ... . r
.' :'. .. their helmets, who ordered the traps brandishing: their "i i..i..V rushed him sumption. ........ ........ 6 t5 P II ................... .en.................... .. 102iA ... . .. ... .
.. c . Weak lungs are made strong by the ........ ....... U, P .................. .J t1.en................... 10 23 a . ... .. . .... .
.J f I' ; t. Into line; the women ticket sellers and to the street. llt'i>oits d'otlu.'r eject use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- ........ ........ 7 CO ,n. .. .................. Stuart. . ................ .U 1111' a..... . . ... .
R : of :," '" the women ticket takers well ments were silo; ivceheJ. but coaldnot ........ ........ 1 3' P ... ...............tillbe Sound. ............... 4 9 44. a ...... . .. . .
." '" ., .... as as be continued. covery. It cures obstinate and stubborn ....... ........ 7 !3" .............. VI.'st Jupiter ............... 9... ,
'i; . : ':o't\ the six feet and over Amazon policemen coughs, bronchitis, bleeding of the lungs ........ ..... .. 81a p .............'V.stPalm Bt'&Ch............. 8."
;t I and other symptoms which, if neglectedor ........ ....... II e9 P II ................ .Boynton. ............... 8 33 a./.
I t, :++ t who laboriously patrolled their ......... ..... 9 3' P .......' ......Ft. Lauderdale.. ............. 1 M
W beats within without the Gardenall Y. M. C. A. SECRETARIES. unskillfully treated, terminate fatallyin ........ ........1021 .......!.........Lem1In City................ 6 '
.. ; and consumption. The action of Golden .;...... ........11' 30 n Ar. ..... ......... .. .Miami. .... .. .... . ....Ly 1\\ 45
Y.\..'., had to work hard to handle the Medical Discovery in the curing of wast-
; Type of the Men That Are Sent to BUFFET PARLOR CAE8 OK TRAINS 85 AND 78.
\ ,. i 7' crowds that poured in from 8 o'clock Foreign Lands.. ing diseases is entirely philosophic. -- !

r ... '.i all through the evening, says the New The Young Men's Christian associations Emaciation, and consequent loss of BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES. t L
l .. weight, are among the most striking fin
,j. York Tribune. The exhibition opened of the United States and Canada of what known wast-
_,_J< symptoms are as .. 48 N. 48 Ne. eo 10. 84 ire.Daly. .
80.67N. 65 Nt. 53 Na.4p No. 47 PI-LATKA No.
t;":..,. with a boom. It has been a great undertaking recently increased their force of twen ing diseases. The body is not being adequately \ DaU,. '. D..Uy 1>&11y. Dairy. I BRANOIL I DaHy. I DAlly. Daily. Daily. Dail80g

i. . ; f ; for the Professional Woman's nourished, and the cause of this
in
ty-five men foreign lands by seven o !O P 148 a a T a arks Ar 4t18 713 a I 3t p p \
lack of food
nourishment is not lack of I
a a '.r league, which needed a clubhouse and recruits. G. S. Phelps goes to Kloto, but lack of ability in the stomach and 7 80 p I 8 E5 y I At 3 o p 12_C5 p Ie 41.. ,ArB. Palatka L.! 600 a \ 6 M. 113 a. C5.p 104No.BI

: :=' has taken this means to get it Japan, to become general secretary of the other organs of digestion and nutri- No. No. 48 f Ne.11 c cDaily.
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I. .' The show during the evening was as the Young Men's Christian association; tion to prepare the food for the assimilation D 415\\ SAN MAtt-EO :DRANC. I Dtuy. Dally '

r t. ':... : brilliant in color and movement as any C. V. Ilibbard becomes college secretary and nutrition of the body. Dr. b 1u.. Lv. ................... .... aft Palatka. ............... ... .... .Ar. f a IrI
t.r combination in a kaleidoscope. The Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures l f I, 8 l' PI 5 I 80. a Ar . . . .. .... ........ .... ..88.n1 a teo.. .............. .. .... ..L, 6 M a 1 I sa 'If

i: r- : center of the Garden ]is occupied with at Tokyo, Japan, where there are diseases of the stomach and the organsof j' No.-1 0.19 IN No. i5 No-:2: -No. 1
o.i1 Ho.
J It, '. booths where dolls jostle hair and complexion 50.000 students and high school boys; digestion and nutrition, and so en- !j. SLlD 'r Sund'y Da. 1Y. Daily MAYFORT BRANCH. D'U"I Band 1 l Daily
OI1.y. Only. EX.Sun, Onl ..
: ables the to be nourished back to ,
body
Prof. C. II. Robertson will to Chinato "
-+,/ kI l specialties, groceries dry; go in the which I 4 00 p 10 05 a e CO II 81N a. Lv..J&ebmvtlle ... ... .....Ar 7.a5. 12 3: p I U ;
t 1' rA., \ goods, canaries and nene foods elbow work among the literati; Charles strength only way by 2 C3 p ( a 8 CE p 842a ., ..........80. J"I'k'ionyllle..Lv 7T& 12:2 p 522p243p
strength can come ; that is, by food perfectly I _1013 lit 6 33p 914& ........... .PatoBah. .. ........ 704a 11bOa t13p
:} one another: where spare: Shakers, in W. Harvey will become a general secretary digested and ass l:1 lated. 2 i5 P IG 63 a. e it p 0 13 a" ...........Atla.1tie Bea.ah. ......... '100& 11" a 4 15 p
"' t black gowns of priuily plated stuff and in one of the largest cities of Dr. Tierce's: Golden Medical Discovery :3 C0 p _U 051 CO p o ii a .Ar. ... . . : . . :byynrt . .. .... ... ., .Lv 64a ti Boa _434 ,

"!\1, ...- .' wonderful transparent net caps, take China; 1,'. M. Gilbeit will be a student is a temperance medicine. It containsno .. ". 11 I so. 12 I! No. I I"o.

t orders for pure wool hand woven garments secretary at Lahore; E. C. Carter will .I alcohol, neither: opium, cocaine or 'I lx iy BANFORD DRANCII.D\ 1x: I.Y IDE Lily. ORANGE CITY BRANCH. BtcySun.

and sell maple sugar and butternut be a traveling secretary among the any other na 'otic. I !On'!. S.

and authors dis- Accept substitute for r Discover}'." Fes a' Lv..........TitusvMe...........Ar' i 13" j310 i'!Lv..New Smyrna.........Ari !4 i' j
sweets associations in India
J.
I ' prominent ; L. Murraywill There is 1T18a Lv.............Vims.............Lv IClp SlpLT....... ..Lakf Helen..... .....Lv433pLT "p
pose of their own works and write their take the secretaryship, at lianga nou! m.j just as good "for you, 633f Lv. .......... ..O?;e. ........... ll51a ...... ..Orange City .......Lv51 J

i' autographs on the tiy leaf while the lore. These men are not of the typethat though larger.a.V; -!-..".L tlJilgs may pay the dealera 8 M A Ar.Sanford..Lvl100a.I. | : i 45 PIAr.( ... .Orange City' Junet ....LT 4 r- s8)t 41

,j, purchaser waits. There is street after the comic papers depict as mission. znThePe
Time Tables how f-e times at which trains be to and
:
arrive
may expect dept
;
< street of these lIoths-t'igLty-slx in all ios in foreign la mis. ?,-..<' --.'. -.. 'UT GOLD.f .
:** They are from the a ve al eta ion>, but Ul@r arrival or departure at the times stated :i nut Kuaraaf1'
t r': .:' -In all the colors of the rainbow, und sillI oroii3 young men. They are 5'T h"8che n f this year" whites'; Mrs. hate nor does the Company bold Itself responsible for any delay or any C\)' equo.l08 arising tilt .1
t,. \. "f 71.. ' u 1 A\'l'nl1e. )Milwaukee Wis.) from.
cf,; -t. wit! women, women women, In every repns.-ntathvs of the best: recent grad "I canal; :i :j' ilur.i.j > oil, which vtttlul on my I

'rr one, selling, making I change, smiling, uatuNof our uimorsitics. Phelps was ai..1. t.. .:l.t iii a hvinorrhaqe. Ptn Peninsular! and Occidental Steamship Connections at t4
tr ( that t)::. . i1 tin art .'f April I bled front I
E- ,. chatting short, performing the a leader in athletics in the UniuTsityf ML'
.
,
E l my lungs I '" tir i!: !"i'nt timt.:" I \\a so: Wt.ik
i eternal feminine act in all its changes :Minnesota Kobert::on was active and undone I rndd unit-' do the lightest::: work. BETWEEN; MIAMA, KEY WEST AnD tt3OUTIInOUND.
The ooctor 1"d: me I ruin into
u s ; it ;0 .. All the evening a crowd stood abuuthe. in western college athletics and Carter i ti.JIl. :My br<-:ith was suet: and at .iin.h I could NORTHBOUND. \&'
dollhouse where actresses sold lacrosse hardly get my breath at a'l. This i, the state I vLv.
; ; :: was a prominent player at was in when: I began to take Doctor FierceS tv. :'o12.mt, Mor.<. \Ye !18. ................11 M p Havaia. Thura ...... . .... . . .. . . .'' 1
';4. dolls dressed by themselves in imitatiou Harvard. The men were popular men Golden Medical Discovery. After the fir.t Af Keye''t.Tu-'S. Thurs...... ..........13 JJ pAr. Rt'1V(! t. Thurs. ... . . . . .
i, (;. of they had taken on the while students In their colleges!! and attained bottle I was much h.ttl'r. and I could walk two Lv. KyVf.f.. Thurs! . .. ... .. ..... ..... 7 S3 p Lv. Key V>- t, Tncs. Tbure. .... ....4
parts ; or three blocks: without trouble My breath was i.r.Rav.tna. I'ris .... . .... ..... ..... . . 6fla dr.-3Lamm. V.'eca. FrUFor . ..... . .. -'\
i stage.: A gold staff used by Miss Lil i prominence in association work. tot so short and I was much tnpro.d., After I' ..w minu
of Loc 1 Time Card address Agent.
r llan Russell in "The Little! Duchess" These men represent the same type taV'. isr four bottkv i could work all day, and I eol.y any

: ; U and a chair made from one of the of tel as Hubert Gailey, Princeton's cine nir ti!:tag:' .iKttu.t in the ni iu world>' E.'...an,11. I think recoiuj jour:lend mtiii-it to ?. D. BAHKFiB, Asst. Gen. Pass htATLANTIC }you

,F" eighteenth century pews out of the par famous football center rush who i> all who are troubled as I was' & WEs; l !\ ,

I*h church at Stratford both of which now general I secretary of the association WEI. RXAXE Rr}! :J r.-r1.._: 1-1 "VI'T II. YALDOSTA n

articles to be sold lot also
are by were at Tientsin. China. They are "I wasick for about three months, had ,

k t attractions lucked up tiiKincially by the ussoda chill freer and couched a great deal," writesMr =:.:. :c::_ __ .. .
\\ I..arown, of McDearnnn Co.,
Jackson
r Around the encircles the lions of the and colleges Ni .. "
ellipsehleh cities and by Tt'nn.I't: of m\ mh'iors! and ft:"iusthi __ -. !'Iti..s.:. .
34 1' booths: runs the street of all nations. individual friends. 'Ihey go out at therequest .uuht I hd coon'.II'''.>n. I was nduct in 7 .I!'> p ut------------- -. ---=-=---:.-=--=-_Lv .li<.KMiii\iil .lr--- _- =. _-::-- f '

The Japanese booth is one of the of the missionaries: on the lividdao fiesh .i'il was very wr-'ntiy: ; weighed no 11'tii, p n'-------------------------Ar Va! 1I1s.t Lt'------------- 1 : a III
pounds: ivvphj.-ic'tn thought there \vis little H i 35 _. ________
a m AzMeo
iv-------------i4
---- ---------- n
and handsomest. It .... hone for t
largest representsthe which Fur the 'i..tion TV
; they io. n reiery
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""My; ," ife \>i"' to th a stor* to get !some a'ltifebnn 7 L.1 .1 111__--_______ --- ____- ..Ar Mhnta: 1... ________ ____uu_ __ !I nt
exterior of a teahouse.: Trance is work in foreign mission lands .)U.UOU ..qmnin.-. t'tc.. for me-ind afi.utll.f'1lj.uJr. : 1 o.! |i iii----------- . ___-- --_--__Ar ChnttniKKi Lv------------------------Uh a 'Ix' I' IU

represented: bj the interior of a mil.liner's \-a.s raised last year, and SO.'I\It< will (:\ \\. :'W.'it-' ; 'ar.I. '1' h'tt! tve.i fiki'i". (! .". p nt------------------------r Nr-i-li\iiii 1.v---- ___Uh__ ___ !I \.. a II III m

shop where during the night a l-e used this year. Calls for secretariesJune Dr. Pss.i ex s vn'Un: h'dill OiscoMJiv' rec'>ui 11 40 II nI--.n _.- hoAr :\lalli.. Lv--------------- ___ ___ J,') '1
l mende 1 this ru"k:11t.: tl-r'ne. Finally I det.dedto ; rn
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fi .
number of girls deftly tniumed and ex bleu on file for several years use it, after 'uphvsiciin told me t1".: it : :..: .-.: _- - -: .Ir _St. L..nic I"-------:...:::._:.::.::::..:-- =:-hl0 li: P at

'United the newest modisAmerica from many student and city centers bottle wo-'ld, and:be gavl bil,>re.,>all" nis.W.' tikcn I sent I and weiind::gut: oi.1Iy>' 10 "."(O.I._i.t. __ ...__ r_ .1'ht'..: '. :tua.. T..v________ _. u __-_-_ -. ------=.-ti III p; m

has two booths-one a New These men ;go out to organize; association pounds-a rain "f ;Q t>unds I am still t'k'mr: 2 'i o a tn--------------------. ___.. \r Louisville Lv----------._______________ 301) a tu
the l'. i' "".!> :;>.,'.' t'c' .ncnhave 't.'ku 7 20 a a'--------------------------\r ('irrintlati: L Vn___________ __ l.i
j gland kitchen, the oilier a southern work on the basis of the best exjKTU'iiee nearly 1wo swuks. ,-nd now wd,!h ie., pounds, !1 15 :I n. . Ar t'hiswzo Lv --------- P \
, __ ..-__---------- i UI.I
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on field. A bit of the sultan's pal ; : of the American associations which is m ,;. t'nn I ,vr \\'*\1t .1. I -,m .till! :: ---- --------' i
.
r Let:':::' -tr. iL.th :.:. : ..il.i'>y .lw .Jli iAerv: 1wi I 4-:-Divio; Flyu! -ruNo. -!.:.., Piilmn: ni\vinsr Room BiiflH Sleeping Cars. -
is shown in the booth Uel"ny and .Tik onT
Turkey ; to direct both student and eonmlerl'ial .. > |
: : tht t'i- i. St. LouisitlitMit
: -1\ a :\.e't: rt'l'O\'t'n' tint to i-lwiiv'f.! in:il.iu, Iirr-t <" mu l- ion Nashville with )
t displays the interior of a pearl's native young men !into the waysof oral two mouths ago I only wtihed: about no (in'-inwtti and i''hitQ.! Through cmch Ix-twcen Jacksonville sleipuj.and;' carTmnisviilr. "-.;.

cottage; where blond haired frauus Christian St'r'iClwhkh have been pin-I:::'K cOla. and wil. make affidavit to this full Stop-- ,t' sill .'- V iV \,', SIlti"II". V ;

in peanut garb sang and danced.A found successful as well in the orient *iUn'it: any tine If >-->:i wish to use this :>-; Coiiii.Tti.".s I"ud'! -t ..rirnmilf]! with northlwnntl tniins of the S. A. T.. au'1 I '
testimonial'do and i will i i.. II. :JAR\K S.
a so. answer all letters s. D I-KKKT
beautiful exhibit was that of the :as in this ('ouutry.11 expenses of f.om lutniirinainTerors," ,; r.
1 ___ ___ __ "' 11 I' .
:I"
"First Am.' \\'h"rt"
rie'ns" Indian ba?: t'.ietssn-t'at.u't \\\'j.t: tllo s.Hur't: s o! I. 1 tr. 1 : -c,"'': C<-.mnior Sen*? Me.lic.ilr !:

I .' ketry. beadnork. l'trrv, blankets Ihe Aiuenr.iii seeiel.ines ue lIon:.- Ad"t ', c<::r,iIiiMiii; inr b pages, and >\vr

', ; etc., were olll.Irs.. Dark Cloud and locally. In one city in Cliim alithnl 700 illu .trntions is stilt free on receipt

her daughter.; Re:,::'!'e ISr-ght: ryes, (Mexicanus! given last year by Chi of tuiiiiis to defray expense of mailing fed

Iroquois Indians: ; White F.iwAbonaki. icse business men. who are as quieK to o.ily.: b.:n-1 21 one-cent stamps for the

:\III..tra.w'-da ant ate the ((J" ,, ,'t'L:1: 1 \"je! oTeachi book in .qx'r covers, or 31 cents for the /INC"(5! If
j bcok in cloth binding. Address Dr. 1 V. .
Indians
tin nez. two from the- ire the ruurouu
t Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
I r lakes all in native dress, added re are now in I .. FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS

'" picturesqueuess of this booth. I' nit :?uOOl'IU' z

p Scotland booth duri'' *'te e\ ;b number are n Cable.Th i "New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"
:
r linen laces. were. 'SO' v_ If whichiaus t is to plow I! .IotVit. > fo dressed as Edinbi .es ; i Of :1 f'i/ across tin-

F K. wearing the .Chnrli. her :a and nort h' Tunis to 1 r rJlF you are looking for reliable shotgun am-

- j4 i } Watch and the Mata Lake 1 In It, both I: 8|1[ munition, the kind that shoots where

j little girl perfurn to lie t}..)! The pl iw, you

t Ireland showed n .'i>. Irawi 'np a n.'lf' I it! l" point your gun, buy Winchester Factory t'

donkey cuntentel11.Jct1likc ,tv'iHt1 il an hoi w tliin\ "
"or i 1 Loaded Shotgun Shells "New Rival loaded with
} stable. .... twenty inches t 'tj the ,

The art exhibition vfeet ... Iii i<-I a Ill sine t'd bottom. I Black! powder; "Leader" and ""Repeater loaded

of the gallery and,
old by with Smokeless. Insist
sides a large collection of"paiuuwomen A Pa upon having Winchester

artists, large exhibits of i_. /' Coral is the Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others

tures original designs for bookplatjaiuted 'Oral lorsmoite
,:oats.n ALL
china ite. "The Flower Mak. DEALERS KEEP
"!woo They can ho THEMJ1"
., .
+.. Er" by Harriet Campbell l'"os, is a H-pon-iVe or in coral i \f ".',",r ,_ T. LaD ..
fo..t'Uriolls ideas in the of .
: way "'t- ; .Y}t.'Rt. .,
,: center of attraction. This was a prize range in coo! :: .
coat. ,:at I have seen one wh .'h !.<> a '" t/ '
winner at the 1'an-Americau! ( l- tM4t ,.
lxpo dark rod. 50 YEARS' ,
unique example of tl-e furrier's art .
tion. .\ chest said to have been the ... : ' v EXPERIENCE&j
write the London corresin indent of J !:
property of King James of England .
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the New York Ileiald Horn collar to A .
t : 1 and valued at $100.000, is of interestin ',;.vi l !.>.I
tail It is made of Inres' J" ,
entirely ears, ni ..
this department i f' 1 o.Y J I ... #
together. T-Aehe
cunnlnjily joined r ;
Downstairs nearly all the in d I MONTHLY
space iti lAG r
II
hundred hares were killed to producethis 1401t S ere II <
/ the great elliptical corridor is given t ". 4j S ... II I A FAMILY
astonishing garment, wli' .h took I jt-rf<* I LIBRA
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i over to a Venetian street: with cafes, ;G ,..... tb ar._ .__ "' 1j I '1
three months to manufacture, one man : tfflgv TnAr DEVftfWfPi MAP L( S in! dilr 4 ,
restaurants and lt
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a shooting gallery various the T
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attractions. The street of all tidy s of misery and enable him to cat 7 COPYRIGHTS &t OMPLETF '
the from the skins. It has been !E bl
ears '.steer he iihes. They Anyoner'ndtng! sketch and ?
revert description
of color the nn.
nations other ,
was a. mass ,
qui KIV : ; ,,
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opinion '
specially treated, to render it water- < r iii SHO-i TO
t night Flags banners and bunting in 7 HEADACHE invention 11 pr ihat>lypatentiihle. ( ommunirati.m'i'ict'1 ,add,
proof. Considering the immense s every conceivable shape, the emblems sent fn'p. \ -id! ,t airency for eevunug patents s__ P i
amount of labor spent on it, It seems c-;'sc the food to assimilate and nour- I'affins t.ik. n through ilunn &; Co. recess Oil) PERY I
of all countries and the emblems of keen special witUt, wuhimt charge, in the Td. A CO
he give appetite
body, ,
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cheap at the price, $100, which is CONT
none, were arranged most effectively; oRIEshor
Sckntilic }fm ritan. ,
asked for it. _. :YELOP FLESHand
banners and streamers floated from every it p + 6 IN
m ITSElnths
'. available spot In the Chinese village solid !
was a little which attracted :No dancer of consumption if you use coat J. .;...0*. year: tour months, |L Sold y nil news dealers t
\ group Foley's Honey and Tar to cure that stub - Si, :"ute. MUNN.& CO.361 Broadway S te"ae ,
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much attention two Chinese mothers! ,,,Air; i\O ; New Yo"Bn.r. e
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