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: December 5, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00655
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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l' : \VArCH SET ON MORGAN though the strugglefor: It has been gong MUST HAVE SEA BATHS. '

on unsuccessfully for years and 'Tds F CDIJTO? VLO1 -a (Ta'PaYAnI ,

, I y ear.' Each time we have come a little RU&81an Prluceiu Thinks She Has Se> is sa'Bct k1.EDw .

' e N nearer, each time we have learneda cret. of Perpetual Youth.

.-, .. Critical Interest Manifested In little more, and I say to you here tonight Princess Obolenski, handsome, forty, f

q. tat It is not an impossibility; 1 belonging to the wealthiest Boyar '
Great Financier's Steps. F1C31DA SST COAST PAiUYAY.
: that !it can be done." (highest aristocracy) family and a

#= : tj' ;A'. : kinswoman of the czar, has rented a I

large hotel at Zoppot, a bathing resorton

t I Ir t .. .. .m..L- THEEE OFDETEOTIVES IN'USE LONDON'S j HINDOO TEMPLE. the Baltic sea, and intends to keepit LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42.t In Effect Au. 28, 1902.

I \ ltatie open aU winter so she may have sea
!! 1* >\ Educated of Bengal Hailing
I "" ;'::1 His Every Movement Said to Bee i a. Fond to Bel Id One. baths three .times a day says the St. S00TNBOU-ftEA0 DOWN qt:"gt -rtes UP
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'" Dogged by Police and Employeesof A number of educated natives of Petersburg correspondent of the New ...t2
t .' Insurance and Brokerage Com- Bengal are forming a fund to provide 'York World. !e. IIUilj Its. 895Mp Ib. n HUM' Me.l 7& Mo.rtl na4
When the Baltic is frozen she JaSJ f.Ial17 p.1l DallyTtOft
E t" a Hindoo temple in London writes a means -
s l'anlea-Wall Street Leader Only
correspondent of the New York i. to bathe In a covered pool where too-
<* Fre j>n Ills Yacht. foreign ........... ....Ar ........
........ 913 Ii Lv.f.Jac3sonrille p
Times. There few of the water will be kept at a temperature it 1:1: :
are great ... ..
.. very ....... 5C* .p 023 a IT............Sottto Jw.onvlae..J.." If'I P ". *
:Y' r One of the startling revelations re- religions of the world which have not just stove the freezing point. She believes I......- t1S P io t" ..............St. AurustUe............... p ........
ti she has discovered the secret of ....... 6i5p 1 = p ................. ElitlO(. ... . .......... 311 7 (J. ........
,e. ., ...suiting from the three days' Illness of places of worship in or'near London, S......... reap 11 UPU .........,:....Sa' Pslatta.............. up. ,.......
t "J. JPierpunt! Morgan when he was re.I"i but Hindooism is one of them, and the perpetual youth, but the doctors say ...... TSSp i,2 H p ................... :\te Is".... ............ tjI Hft05ft ........
n'I ". ;'$ confined to his home cold need she will soon tire of that severe ........ 7Up 1 t .....,....N..... p.'D,_.........;:".. ............... a it? p 4 ......".
with for such is
: cently a a building regarded in ........ 'II p 11 II .................. Dupoat....... ......,.... it P sea.ft ........
F .' 4r was that he Is constantly guarded by India as a pressing one regime. ........ a UP 14 p" ........._........Ormoad....*......... ... ." *8 I' ISift .... ..,
w ........ S p 1 U p' ..................D41to "....... ........... Ii 6 81 ft .....-..
2 r three sets of detectives says the: New The number of young Hindoos who go ,..- .. I l Ii p .........,......PortOnege............_"'. : 3 8 P 6 13ItJ a '
: i ". ,.. York Evening Worl'd. That some off to London for study and other purposes To Climb Earth' Highest Peso. IS co 6 2 cap 110 p M .............:.revr ....... ., I p ft p
,, : The mighty peaks of the Himalayas, 6 a a .... u P ....,.....'......... &SElIma..'.......:.'.'* M .1 UP....... ii ;
-,' 1 I thee are in tic| employ of persons who grows greater every year, and they are GVOa ........ I tt p ..................Tltatvill....... .....,-.. up....... t
t' i re anxious that the gnat trust builder at present unable to perform the public several of- which rise far above the ........ .........- ..p. ...................COCO! .... ..........'.'.... u SUp ......... .......
: loftiest elevation attained fcy other ........ ...__. 4 "lp" ..................Rockledw................. 113 p I. ...... ...'...
-t M 4, t'1 4 shall live long gives a deep signifies rites of their religion. It is hoped any ........ ........ 45ip .. .............s.EanGaUle., ............... ,[ll' Ii ....... .......
# : we to bis absence from Wall street moreover_ that the 'existence of a tem mountains on the globe, have long chal I....... ........ 'U Ii ................ Meboarn! ............... ,13 81UM p ........I.. .......
f lenged the mountain climber with im ........ ...._. 19 Ii II :................. _; ........ ...-..
\ \. r..;. at a .critical moment in the manipulation ple in London will remove the objec- ................. ea P .................. &t.LUt. .......,.....f... .r11C3a........ ........
":: : of the stock market by the raid- tions of the mote orthodox Hindoos to punity. Now Dr. JaoQt-Guillemot, N.N... _....... p y.NH.........Ft. Pier?*,.......-......... u Oa s ........ .....-.
: } e. 'I with a party of two Austrians and ......... ..........5 StOS p ...............White City................ ,,0 45 a ....... ........
i: 'f (l'.n .iccideut to him el a time i so2i visiting! that country. The great caste ......... ........ U Ii .................Tibballs......._......._ ,10 81 a. .;...... ........ ,
;' : momentous would mean the loss off question at present stands in their way. three Englishmen has started for India ........ ........ p ....................E<1en..................:.. .- iorHI tit ........ ...-....
; to attempt the ascent of Mount ..._... ........ N p .. ......../........:.Jeasen.................. .. e 7 3 a........ ........
mlliioub: to s{ {Culatol's. Ills return to Some of the wry strict Hindoos are ....:.. .......1 f CO." .. ,............... .Stnatt.....,............. 1911 a ........ ........
:1 ',. his ojlice In this case was coincident arguing that a temple: ] on English soil Godwin-Austen formerly known as ........ .... f 33 P "..................;;#ae 8ou ::............. L91' ...... ......
a Mount Dapsang. says the Youth's Com ,....... ....1.-.:t p .............. Wl'tft lu ttl! .._............ W. ..A... .._....
;j. with a check In the bear raids. cannot possess the sanctity of one in ........ ........ 7Sli p II .............Whi'Palm :Beach............. II S T.,5 a...*.... ........
f]. : # + J'irr.1 "i the detectives who watch India. Nevertheless! there is said to be panion. If he suecftds In this at- ......_ ..._... a.1 p ...u............. ... ........ in7U a ....... ....._
i' tempt, he try yet higher peak ........ .......... p ..............It. Lsndet'dsla ...... .....v.... a ....... ........
: t e Morgan are those,of his private bureau 110 doubt that the fund will be raised may ........ ........ 10 11 P ................ tn+ City..i. i M ........ ........
t f: I ' aid the police. At his Wall street office and that a handsome building will be ..'-... .*.f.__._.. '.7 11 .................. ift nl ......... 943 It ....... .......

;S 1 f -t1 iii New York a foimer roundsman erected. Acetylene For Floating Ship. BUPFST .ARlOa CABS OS TP.AIK3. 85 ASJ T&

'. r t ;. who_ is a stalwa good natured man, M. Ducasse, a member of the council .

:' \, is in personal charge. From two to a NEW WORK FOR GIRLS. of management of the Aero club of I BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.

".;. I 4 dozen men are in his command in front Paris who has already made remarkable
5 ', . of the oflce the street at the Pair Sex Quite Popular Wi Runners scientific observations in a bal- V.37 tea. M We. 1 KC.49 Ne.41 | PAULTKVipj No.44lailj. NI.48 Se, 6O N.84SJp Be. Si
4 or across
gs J 1)&Fty. Daily. Dslly.up. Daily. II13:12d0 Dally. Daily. Dsdly. D&UCtOlf./.
.- i coiMI ur Brood and Wall. of EU-\atorM' In n(; toD. loon, has invented a process of floating
7 S3 pi IS? ji U l( a 9 a P&stka Ar tl Sto s i T 15 ft
\ Bohtou's latest iat.tltutioa is the elevator sunken ships says the Now York Her p |its p p
Next are the life insurance delecthesrepieseming I
7t3p 115 1JD3p i46a&rE.Palatka v et arbaa.3f; p MPSAK tea
; y companies who carry girl, sajs the New York Times. aid. It was tried successfully ou a tell -
y ": } large policies on Mr. Morgan's life for She suddenly,has made her appearanceIn : ton boat on the Seine: at Marly! and Dilly N .81 Ko.ilDaily.. MATED IU1ANOS. Lary.Ko.46 No. 6S.

# t'-I 1 S 8 speculators all the world. It Is of fashionable downtown stores, lunch- consists of the use of small balloons
.. over > with ( Ida r..........................Eut8&Q lst s..... ............+,..... SUCo. s p
: great, importance to know the condi con rooms for women, dressmaking establishments Inflated b<1othe water acetylerie illo.21 689 A?... ................... M&teo..,...,...,.. ... ... L.I a t8 a t o
tion of the financier's health at all and various philanthropic gas. M. Ducaese foresees the application IS TO? lift.SO I
-'i institutions for women that abound in of the Invention to ships to l tto.17 T1a.18 Ho. 18I
tliucb that'they may regulate the rates aBtlT ssae'y DaIly.Daily KAYFOBT.Jicktonnlle BR1NCH. Dally.8cnd'y Deily,
charged for additional that city. prevent their foundering !In collisions.! Oa 1. Only; :. .
'i4 : -- 8! q p 10 tt a1013ft p 6 So & ............ ArSo. 1 id a s P 13 ?
\ j for. Not even the king of England has It all came about because the elevator tClpranf p Siit .......... JacksonvtDs.L:. 7 87 ft U !:I p lit )
'- more S J culat} insurance on his life man at the Women's Educational A Timely Topic. 49 p 10 a6 & 3i ; 911& ............P&bloBe&ch. ,.......,.. 11* a U16 4 Il p
.' ; rc 43 p 10 M a e 4 p 919 a" ...........Atl&ntto B aob.......... '" 7 oo a 11 u a iiS4Hp p
e than has Mr. Morgan. and Industrial union left. Looking At this season of coughs and colds it is s c: pill (3 a 7 9 45 x .......... .... Mijport ..,..........] 8 45 ft 11 M ft
r .: v. These two classes Mr. Morgan docs around for some one to take his place, well to know that Foley's Booty and Tar No. 12 No. 11 I

] E 'cot object to, but the third he heartily one of the managers suggested; puttingin 13 the greatest throat and lung remedy I-lr El. BANFORD BBANCU.TISa Dill EX.Saa.. D 11"ty OBAKQB CITY BRANCH. KS.Lv ty.
dislikes.! These are in the employ of a girl. The idea delighted the other It cures quickly and prevents s-eiious re Ern. Sin. 8aa.16s .

j market speculators. For protection managers and it was adopted at once. sults from a cold. SoKl by Wilson: it Son Lv..M..Tlto TlUe...........ArMY nip 3Up .......New Smyrna.........Af.1lllpLr t
Lv. ..... .....Isims............. ieip .........,LUtBelea..........L U 30
against them as much as for safety A young and pretty girl was found 833$ LTLT........... & ............I>11 61 a 411 p Lv..Orao C'ty. .....LT | 14 .
I from other dangers be has his own and she Is now running the elevator Dank of England %oles.A 863* .,....... Lhttep rlII.,. .....LT 11 80 a 4 4S pAr......Orauy CRy June*. .....LTJJ 06f
' BSOa Av..Banford........... L.I1100a
guards. The watchfulness of these wearing a neat white cap and apron. worn or soiled Hank of England

t UK'n, who must keep the speculators A week later a girl'appeared in the note is seldom seen. This is becauseno Them Time Tablet show the tines at which trains may I* expect to arrive aad depart
I> from the veral itatioBi tat their arnvil'cr departure at the times sated is cot gu/ ;;rsateed,
t fully aware of his every move and of mirror lined elevator of the Young Wo- note of this bank is ever reissued not does the Coapaxy held Melt Mtpouiibll for any delay or any oocitijuaace arlsiK Uir> -

1 .1 his* health, is a continual buuret of Irritation men's Christian association. The idea by the establishment When cashed. troa.

to him. "caught on" and girls got employmentin It Is kept and put aa5'-!* for di'structiou. FOR INFORMATION-RELATIVE TO SAILING DATES OF P. & 0. STEAMSPIP COMPANY -

'1'...'_ Not lung agu when u runaway team elevators in other establishments. The average term during which a.note APPLY TO ANY AGENT.

came near colliding with the cab jn i The elevator girl Is fast becoming pop- remains in circulation is about amouth. For
of loal
copy time card apply to any ageut.
which: Mr. Morgan was drhing: the incident ular. .

was known within a minute in I J. D. RAHNBR Asst. Gen. Pass Agt ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Report from the Reform School. A Sharp Carre.
; many quarters of the city of New York.
t J. G. Gluck, Superintendent, Prunty- The sharpest railway curve in
k t received tips of the escape
l townV.. Va., writes: "After trying all 1 world is the loop at Agony Point,
the financier had had and there was
aother advertised medicines have the Darjeering railway India
cough we *
S 1 CticuJ'rylug, in all directions of men who tbs.SBAI3ARD
decided to use Foley's Honey and Tar exclusively ----- ---
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s had to report quickly to their employera. <
.: in the West Virginia Reform
: ere.
f SchoJL'. I find it the effective
most and
t.' Such '
things are naturally irritating
n to the trust builder and it is with absolutely harmless"." Sold by Wilson \.v pIII i iThis t
Son. utt's AIR LINE
great l'elithat he boards his yacht, RAILAVAV.FOR .

f. which is in fact the only place where White Hoos Tree to Be Saved. .
t =* can the absolute seclusion he
\ hye The -
g'nerlllldl'a that everything
: popular remedy never falls ,
Wshes. And from this
even retreat
\ netted with the White House should be effectually cure

L information frequently comes ashorein preserved is well exemplified by the Vspepsld i : Savannah Columbia
Constipation Southern
A j that what :,
J a way proves a complete unusual efforts that are being madeto PijL
{ ::: -. system of espionage is maintained I save two large magnolia trees that leddache, Biliousness

: about blip. stand on opposite sides of the east entrance And ALL DISEASES arising frcr Richmond Washington, Baltimore, ... -
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,. I : Mr. Morgan's illness of a few daysago says a Washington dispatch to forpid Liver and Bad DIgestio
'. Philadelphia New York
was not serious but every minuteof the New York Tribune These trees ,
) The natural result is goo(! aUdio
when he
days stayed at bomer
\.'. are over fifty feet high and are probably and solid flesh.: Dose small; elcgMtly .
reports were being sent to many places half a century old. The excavation sugar coated and easy to su/"

+ of his condition. for the driveway to the porte cochere fake No i Substitute. __
e '. Another annoyance resulting from on the east side of the White House, Two Elegant Trains Daily :
this system is the constant tempting oMr. f one of the changes incident to the rener'utou

Mor an's servants with bribes.This \ of the executive mansion, necessitate 1; '1 ,

k mabrao !it difficult for him to be 0 SEABOARD
a the moving of these trees EXPRESS. SEABOARD !
certain of jmmunity in his home, for While tSe; ground beneath the roots of MAIL r

l servants who. have been with him foyears r
the trees is being undermined as much 'llIED10RDS I
'now and then come under susplcion. earth as is possible is being: left around Modern

11 .. Well paid as they are the temp the main body of the trees. When tho Pullman Equipment. t
; tations Tree' sometimes irresistible i for
undermining is finished, planks and '

the -ennnoyers. of the detectives, especially rollers will be placed under the trees, BLACIf BRAII GUT ONLY LINE iI11Y

those of the third class, must and they will be rolled. to new spots 1 -
have accurate information whateverthe \
coat and replanted. Every effort is being Operating Daily Through l Sleepers from Jacksonville t
-N made to save the trees, and it is exprted THE ORIGINAL to tow Orleall:&

that they will survive the .
change of bawx .

Explorer Peary Tell Him He 'I'hl't
It IB! to lie Doiif. 'i tale Mndenta Moat Svtiiu. For information and sleeper
The Yale has caB! on anv SIIJh'taI1
faculty decided that 1
-r !
Commander Robert E. Pearj agent, or write to

dressed the American Geological b.tyident ought to be able to swim 'A sallow "'u fission, dizziness,

'ntroduced swimming as a part uoUMies t coated
ety the other night in Mendtls. a tongue

1 hall lii New York on The Field w milsory gymnastic course of I sfe commo idications: of ]liver A. 0. MacDonell Asst. Gen. ,

p of the Peary Arctic Club, 1SIS-1 in year.e ;ii.I I kidney Stoll1, h and Pass. Agent, .
bowel troll
| M, severe as they
In $f Ite of the great difficulties o give imiuetfiate
undertaking and of his own failu. _ Horse Hyperbole. }but Irver and warning by pain, JACKSONVILLE 1
'To bofbe. kidney troubles, Fl.\
to bore! the public cried .
reach the of his searchBliC ]less
object though
And the smart set said: "We'll) go. painful at the start an
t' PUt'tat'll: confidently that the florth We'll prove there's something else beside I much harder to cure. TLedford's. ,

pole C.(111tt. be ached. lIe said: The horse can make a show. Black-Draught never fails to benefit ,; i u{ -

The: oral Iff Smith sound !la the central. We've curbed our feelings long enough; disease liver awl l weakened kid-

'.inmit from which to dose this! : We'll check them now no more. nt yi. It stirs up the torpid liver
Though 'Us the twentieth
r i work This is! the point from which Our century Is tour. century to throw off the germs of war andasue. WINCtlft
It is a certain *" ;ifR
MU Liu, reached and. determined that and Brigbt's toFchuhra
"We'll In !
go teams In fours, In pairs
tittih of still unknown
coast on the In furbelows and frll's. the klllut>\I. With ki.

1 ea.vtt'ni coast of Greenland reachingfuiiu Forgetting maxims:, for who cares iiifoived by TheJford'g 11 ,-_ 1 FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS

\ ', i>e Bismarck to Cape Parish, Its'tis the pace that kills? Draught thousands: of persoi d\e "
he [".id from which can be reached We'll'say that we prefer the eteoi dwelt immune in the midst yel- Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"

To any kind of wheels, ._ _. .
low .
> r. Many families i i a a i ** t
*i.d determined the Interior ramifica Then ride away contrariwise l live in _: _.:P- "I"" V"t t w.
4 tions uf the great fiord systems of On our automobiles." perfect health and have no other

; northern Greenland; the point from -La Touch Hancock In New' York H u. di-ctor( than 'Ttte aId. \ Draught. It is always:: on hand for 10
'V which can be reached and determined use in an emergency and saves munition, the kind that shoots where< Uls

sa. the gap ui the coast line between Aldrlcb.'s A kidney or bladder trouble can always ] many expenahe calk of a doctor point '
your buy Winchester Fa
farthest and gun tj
Sverdrup'a farthest, be Muliiiu S. c. t
cured by using Foley's Kidney March K), 1901
I on the west coast of Grinnell Land; Cure in time Sold by Wilson & Son. have used Thedford's Black-Draught Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival loadedW ta

the 'point from which the stretch of for three years and I have not had to go i '
practically unknown land along the No to a doctor since I haw been taking It powder; "Leader" and "Repeater" loaded

easterp side of Kennedy channel Sitting. It is th* best medicine tee me that I Is with
can be Insist Winchest "s
As'um-Mr. Smokeless. !
reached a.nd the point from which the Bragley claims to be a on thj market for liver and kidney upon having ?:
man of standing in your church. troubles and dyspepsia Loaded
and Factory
other Shells
pole Itself can and will be reached. and accept no ot
Rev. Mr. Goodley-Well, he shouldbe. complaints. $ev. A. G. LEWIS. a
: hit nny seem to iadlcate overcrmfidaltce ALL ) y Imbles.
to state boldly that the pole can He doesn't rent a pew.-rhlladel-1 ,DEALERS" KEEP THEM ;T-.4

ud yet U _is a fas'PI" nht" P ese. .. : . . -44i./'S bee at 1

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Doctor Says Women Unst Give Up
Be the PINt Burgher. 6 ..

1oddents; ',of- the- .Famous. Celestial's A German who for a long time held "You Complexions mpst either or lose Bonbona.your appetitefor j, f

a confidential position In the late .II.
H rrFrledl'lch
Start For China. Ice cream and bonbons or lose your'comple t

Alfred'Krupp's works at Es lon." This advice, which

sen and who la now In New York re-
brought terror to the minds of the

'&AY8 HE WILL RETURN AGAIN cently gave, to a reporter of the New members of the South Side club, In '

York Herald the following details Chicago was laid down by Dr. Ralph

about the famous gumnaker: Grace of Battle (Creek Mick, In his lecture .

/ With Twenty-els. Large American Herr Krnpp, owing to a congenital the other morning on "The Proper
weakness of the heart
Prank and Many Boxes the BxXlnUter was forced to Diet," says-the Chicago Inter Ocean .

Left Wa.bingtoa-Drees kact entered' the the German"barracks nrmy at poon Carisruhe.after be "An overforsdne&i for sweets m.J - '. T ivo Always Bought, nUll whir has t eel. '

Solt,. Opera Hat and Bathing Suit Whew his father askf Kaiser Wiliwlini. try Is ruinous to the ('Ompt>:;;: oil," for'oVf-r 30 years, lias borne the signat"r'' 'If

I Amona- Ills Effects.i i. for his POII'S discharge from military Dr. Grace "as well as a grvat and has been made tinder his v1- t.
.' to the physical health. Most s+? the .

In the midst of oriental excitement. service, the emperor. replied: In acquiscence mon ailments an simply due to #1Zi. U sonal supervision sinfa its inj'pnc?,

I\ piles of bales, boxy .and trunks and saying: '1 can get many 3ra gestion. A great many pf-opN? : Allow no one to deceive yon h: tiH .

the( regrets of thwsugs of admiring goon' officers, but only one Krupp." they are troubled wtn heart Imitations; and Jnst-a<*-g>oort".u
Jfriends l and relatives ex-Minister: Wu He was a man of simple tastes and when In reality th*:> trouble ':omes t'-at trifle with and endanger the heaUli of . .

|Ting Pang the'other afternoon" left strict dally In his regimen relations and ugh very workmen democratic Iy from indigestion." and Children-Experience ajjaiii'.t ExyerimeuuWhat

Washington for six Dr. Grace Is an authority on
the of
/ years and ltomt>
:ltks. In the Schloss Hugel
foods, and the loui-hotn to tale I
'jb'is diplomatic and tooial
triumphs he often entertained and -the
royalty, is CASTOR1A
.$ali the New York Times. lIe was accomQanled hers followus the lei-turv was .
i air of
democracy which pervaded the
1"r :
by two members of the pared under his direction. It .y
i iF' castle seamed to affect
the most
large suit which he brought with him even all sorts of di: ls scially! ): :t is a 14rntie.abstit: to fer Castor Oil, Kires

salted of pt" : mag >S. He,Fpent his from a -lentlfic standHKnt t i>ro"-..: "ill :
to this 'OI.mtry-Ynng Kwai, Inter [ Soothing' Synps. It is Pleasant. It
j winters in Capri, where he had built a
pretciand Mr. Us'. private secretaryand villa neither Opium, Morphine nor other Kwotia 5

/ one Chinese servant Mine. Wu John JiJtoliell's Stor).
tunce. Its
His office was In the original cottagexvujtied age is its guarantee. destroys Worms
and Cbaor Chu. Mr. Wu's son. will remain John Mitchell the presidmt (\ ; allay: V'ri-J'nf'S. It Diarrluxvx
by irpndfatbe! ? an.l father. euros ami M"ntt

here until Jan 2t), when they It wasallwl: the "statamhans." United Mine workers now ,. It relieves Te.>tliinjr Tro '} '>, cures!' Constrain >a
before the tells Iri:h '
too will leave for China. pahM": !\
.' and the.. furmturt* of this prmwvtorsleft : i P!t3iiilClH'C. It ai> tjl-ites the Food, ivjjn'nttho f
No ceremony marked the departure well erys the Washia_ton Tirnt-s.
.. 'r,'ay standhu Jut where it had : 'h and B.v"N siv'7> healthy alai naturni -l' .
of the distinguished! member or th<' tag an address on the 1.:101' l'ro. 'I q)
t 8OC.t !n t Vr! tlrxe Th" only! new nd-
Children's;a-The mother's Fnt-ud
diplomatic corps. The Pennsylvania tn New York la> winter bsu'ii:
ditious W *CP a tel"piiono and a n xlcrn
railroad offered him a private .Nelr in ''And 'Ii! 'it .ivil3! ue >t i! j"'1'. ,
desk. Here Herr Krupp could N
which fo make the trip to the Pacific ap- the story 01 au IrWiman who Uh'trr CASTOR I ALWAYS
ploacht'd: without fcnnallty by
coast, but he decimal! the offer and So'- even'workman. asked: if he ditiu't tit:::'i; the sun t

S. ,. cured a drawing room and section in tine body. Faitb. yes,' sus Pat, __
He never would accept, a tltl. often Bears tho Signature of
the Pullman car attached to the .regular .: that- Ouly I think the ln')on's
, remarkftig: "I .would[ rather IKKrwpp.. .. 'ifI1. $
Chicago anti St. I/ouls cXIII'(' S.It' : Ul'ot'i1J'io' : f'uiaJ: how 1 "" '. -- '[ "' '':..c_"" "
the first burgher than Von Krnpp. tbolast .II
''. His excellency tra\'h11 with twenty- I moOn more u'-ful than the sun?' /.fJl/
} : isoMo.. He v.-is T: Pest S Inches in p
,r, six hue American trunks. He fount all hf's ware usefut !H.. ..ii.v. i&fffieuc /
bpttiltt bed a high ioreliesid was sal- i
l. be could nut get along; with less without shiner* liy night when we are all!1 :
: low {'on1pln lonf'(1 bid nn aquiline iioswnr <\. & ; t.V iM
leaving a portion ul' his: souvenirs dark U Q' 'n wl b -r. nut the sun -# .
('\'f'I jKiitly ii d did not
behind. These were piled at the baggage shIut.' dajtime when x
dress in the mtxlo. It was said of ho!:
car door stamped with mysterious light enough anyway' '"
clothes that they were made by his' Kind PAVrfhf
' You Have
looking Chinese labels. There Always
grandfather's to' '! i bulimia
were also many Urns of C lh1t'& w\ckmnnshlp
b: Ititii's! he wO" sn dt'IHot"'rute! ; ; <-
stacks of what aPJmired i> 131.flfJt.),.r .
Pi ::.."'I'll JUKI commercial life, bfng! ,1C3 For Over SO Years.THt
be tChests. odd l' .)kiru JiU. fi-d FOLD. ? ; << .
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a iiifinlKr tai th' \Itcm:11! J.ihf:111 vir- J'" .
demijohns from the Flowery t'Ut dune. ; J'- CLNTAWR COMPA .Y. TT Io>UiU.AY $1 BLET. YEt+ YCHU (;.1*. '
'. tlIe wa elected to the relchsthg \ J I.1 .., ....- ..,...;,; .
) hampers and baski'ts of foreign dfslgn! T .. Cft -' -' ""'" L <: "' '' .Y'-'I.JI.i'.63
t lrl'l' tit?H' nt W l't'a lost: ti 1 1i1\lhatt ,
: .TS f Y I
and queer Imudle of oriental sr,'+ttmeats . I' '-E,. <";. ."
was (t'':':ltt'i,! ?>y fhl' ('attt'kotf'! nt'wtof ". ;. ".,..;' 'g: :: .
' tn becgtStimtrl-nrl the jnutnty.f t t ; .' ,
hh. ,4ijkiifnotins RKsi'i him. On ''-k.'.'o. ''' - 1 --- ;
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a W -
Half a dozen An\rl! (' iu f.uft'esvs oompiotfd Bliudfol3; < ..;, :. ., ?. I I --
the of his !tfrt el, .
evening "-tfon
a greatthrong
anal sht' 1 ''':':.
the tjiiggage.VV'.th woman. .W\ ' :
fro'n Is ('nIOl'lIt tu the castle lose.. \,". H I I \\ .. ., '", (: I.I ;
: the exception of the trunks an 1. : : \ (1t > :
: lulky"ba1t'S: Wu had his baggagetaken to contrattiinte; him. Wliilv Herr Krupp dencrrsplr. \\ \ ..Ai bo 1 le"ill rtd.iiWa.y.1'

Into the h.ttn'lth him, \\hm- was :t(1\1t'l'08hl them many of tho crowd Her step is slow\\ \ \ : I
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? he could have It 'under broke Into his nine cellar and hd!ivti, it''tatr: 6' ,: Et'ri'Lti.k. '. :7t. I. 1:>0'J. _
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'. vision. This slightly obstructed super the themselves to rnre vtntl ('S. They: ] hatds uncertain.are. raised Her J \\\.\, :, : --Rate----. .. ---; .tl.- "'-----. .,..., },J

t for were connoisseurs," said Herr Krupp I tai! .l! \ --1-NORTHWKJTLy BtJln: '
i; ; car and made It difficult other pjis- to ward the vm-- ' \0 1Ju
sengers to move about with ease tin* when b*> surveyed tt\e broken bottte"Ah < : aginary 1,1 o n a I :: __ ; :\it', '.w!. Ly__ : .)!)';,jigs [al'kw/nrilh.-.4; ..Ily.-__ __=' -I 7.-1

-t ,. So. Ry. . _: 1 topiw 3tf a Il.v. Jctuy, So. .. .
. well, J ) Hppo e my ejHitch wnsdrv.f : which threatenher. -- ; j Ky----- .t t i II
the miii .
ter attar
finding a seat sur \.;r l So. Ry______! !-51' p110! 05 a' Ar. :J\h"nn.: Sw. Ry ___ : ,. I t
.:- 'roundby his goo
tvpt the situation with his customary He deligkk'd! in aquatic sport and every sack woman ; ; :; --. --Sliy.. ....- -.1 I 1700'al i 5.t3rI4\r--\tlanta.j tlo.Ry.-.u: ____ ._ .j :::_. t

oriental phll SQplly. lie was in a afternoon went to tho river Itnhr. seeks the means of bea'Ah she ,., _- .-.. !---i--t-4--r--r j' :I -' l,IJC k mart. .u....,. R.:: . j r tI
verygood 1"
like a hha Ll. I ,Ly. T.,. i A r. lioutc. .... -
humor. wheiv lie had built a Iwuthou1, and, wocun :; She c>, Kv_, 4 *> aai.'p, I I" S.Ry. ":l t l

' "I detil In coinp-a'iy with an Kng'isii t tt'J1' ; .) St: '. Kv. _.. ... 4ua a-:)(i Ar I'fl'oi: SAL Ky... r '; b
go awaytvirh .1 great of regret. pj .\r. Chattatnwaa.! .. '
effort will !lead to She turns .., j S< Ky - 1.1) ;,
.. 't
I P t II.;
." said Mr. Wu \\hen he had made t JHploY''Il by him us trainer, he passedan this! side an-1 then to the otber in : : \. ['. K. R l{ . : ? a n.t-; \' IJv. ('Ji ttano.iwi. llIiCrn S Cft'. ' :H I .\.

' ." .' Y himself: comfortable.) "I have been hour or more in rowing.DEPEW'S tainty aai uovt' pt P.1:. K iJ5-S-j|: ;. (tek'Wft tuet. 'n tk ('1"(.-. !' 1'.: ,..-1 t
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-: : j I Ul\jll.oi.t. l1lCt'\I .c ('r,'''' ;'' ""' :,
,ret, X thinking and I 1Ia\1' come .to the con The sick woman '"hl s Dr. 1.-\1". 1\II' ill oil'en Ajueen ('J't'SI',1. I at..'I

v" V elusion that the must ivmaikable thin CLEVER CAT. Favorte P--n,;'.:" nay doO ewurk ami Florida Express.'r!' \ Lesn'Stoi:. ( & (' i 1-1' I

\ 1 alwxit the American pwple after all iJ --- abeoiate Lom'uue: li invites a.1\ sitH-puijj ears, i'tut Tstinpa'Ar' l'iin iniah! < ac <'rt--ti. 't ... ; ., "' s
Trl'k eyed invests'-tine There need ilie (>> N .u York. l.iUlII;, cars. Lv. i'iiii'iunattl. i '
\] heir wonderful i-nercy. There are cthnurvelo : rrrformml hy Tom the Sf'UIttor' I Big Fuur UoutiKm > i U seAr
,. hesitation iy fo'l' ,>wm *he ('hil ; Four kwh ,
'ullIlf'rful Keliue. ; I -. 2O. ; t t. t
!s things about you but thousands of D."C.'C;hingtou, lucnmoinl and FIona I - -- .- _
r 1 .,\ lat Is most 8Ur(1r1( ,tu You American Among the cats that may compete In perfect cure for women womanly who ills luye m ;[ t tCicnmoiiJ.; : Doily. I'n II.wan :; L.\1"v. J-Jj(,;' IJ11'. IVnn..cuu. I Lit.IUl'e.* f :7\: I'i'l

\\ ople[ tare -. what is the word? bus the cat show! to ht' soon held at Wubh- of this medicine Jat'k\ionvtlk tlt"w \OIk'IL-----. i.-if' n'i: i i i'

.J>rs. It's a Mighty gxxl word. I like iD;ton Is a handson graj fellow IK'- Favorite Prejcnption" cures Ar. Chuaso.: _, C.; H. ,'it l>.-MOU .II !1 :, .,.:; g"*
longing to Senator iepew. j thNew and - '--------_ \ -
''Versat1Tbere is another word I toys larity fines weaksmng : -- Lv. (' C; H. .\: D.-: -M'-i !:. (" .* i* 1::Jrt

..hh }ll say 'Hf1 hunt' Busy Is 11 York; Times. The cat bwirs the: hwls mfijunmation anti ..' : \Tl 'rilEOVUII THE LAND OF THE i, Ar. Toledo. ('. II. A I-.\li< :1.: (.Ml. 5 ::0 t

"-will. 'll. It'sa s.mng: \or -
lady it onet. Your Anien"M or not he 1 Is naiutsl for the senator's Witn a heart full of gratitude io you ( -- -- ---- -- -- I Lpxin!rt,>n. S<>. Ky.Ar -. . . ;' "i-01" IJ
say lug oat tav. !'a'vl + -" '
repau' {; C'.cr vor.r wonderful KOITK.
Cl . ____ ______I jtlJ?? i .
u Louiti IIt'. So. Ky .
end few r
OI1U'U talk s'!) don't they' I di-stlugulslu-U colleague from New lice flOJnillh-it sorae .. ? 0' tip
UKi vili '
"Uky-------- 7
faring women will tn lJr Pit:ice's nwr. ---- j i 5p I Lv. Luleiiylile.Il.liy! = . .... . 'Iq.\ .
VMall Aiuericitu ladles and York, but it can IH said that Tom i IscUvor Rotes Mr Cuts iio.l0t. So..r.Y--------u-n:1200a.\r; l I .
every L. cf Gretr.Hnnt fit, (yiMis.: !S By . .. . :;: c
Jtt they do" snkl lr.'u gallantly. and trickyand devoted U'.vondmesiMire race. Wdshin/toa C-> :Marand! '.1 .:, y-------------( -" '
feral Beverly iron female wcBknrte; and '.| 150pIOM ( :\o. 13. "TinFlorida Limiuii !I.i'vP '. .
4 to his muster and nii.;tress.That : :
:\slhl if he exptH-tisl: to return to the tit bed deal of
xn. great the time. '\"'* 'p v-------- .147 rl i 'olid tt'il'f"tl""" "*vi'hi'MV' ; !!',,I'I\
fi'c Jjfnited States Mr Wn said: "1 will Tom fan thInk can Manh In? '.1I-t?,:S- t'.i1 '' i-n in till -.. 'e ..... ! : duet :i ( .l-lit ., 1;, q .!if 1"1; : '1- ,T'I IvM t'\ '',... to ( ':. ': 1* .
down r. ,
iw u 01" 'Aim [ t. Pl.r- e-- -
.. me back some tiu.x. majU1 nt year doubted. He is wry sagacious and frequently Ut* Vrt: _nVh..m. ami hal not taken two : : H. C. llrxr. 'ity Passengt-r and T.:"k, Ot,

na 'bto the year aft"r. but I'm comlai, outwits his masti'i. It is said when I W*" tide to t>f arxiiia again nd \ clrawin"<'r-ruom slt etiJl..1 j Cit). Turkvt (l1 lt" los \\" iill. ..- St

!acG I'm ptlsirttllout/ that of b.. has h'l11'.II..l to smile at the orator'sJokes. Uli work with.r..i it Kit in-vM:little hai's pain',tt Ct any u now \'. t.. ('inl'nutta. j I F. ,TVR, Ja kslJ"[hstrlf'-I'lo..f'"ill. Fa !, .\ 'it..

i nurse: I'll con) ; buck.; Whj'uot?" taken -wee-i, Nrttle: )f DT. three's t '..\'() ------ - _. .f .
xnpUon andonr ol !1"0
: M.r. \\' tl. surxejhig tlw mass of luggage Tom has learned trick that rs often Swirt.Wee and .everalT Compound K of his ': : Craeral M .*;;t'f. :->. It. IIAKUU'f. G. i>.\,,

e I, surrounding him and bkx-kin! th' sli-iu'u: to giit..ts fit the\\' burnt FtJ'cfs' h.r''t. '/ '>et'-r -v-r\: dev :' Witnhlll ;toii. 1). C.
bin 1 siv 11 mk uitft '
9 isle, became cQDliilential aid said I'lul-'r tin dinl.ig ['tits:.; tlhh' is. u i-U! v' I Dr I'KTC.5 i'Uuvt.fVcrvd-iy Pfllsls L I \\'. H. 1..\Y L-:. .V G. i'.t \t1"nt., to :.

driey are American clotLes, but lust trie Ml for the purpose of sumiiuniingi iousness and sick headache. I ....,.

\wjdtw-a. dress suit one of your huts s T'"int! Whenever Tom is ratt'TH,1 I

{ (PO-shut up Hid a bathing suit. I'm up in the dining nnun he Irtlltt'lltatt'Y!

' sg to lutrodiKv the bathing suit In jumps on thl button and pushes it I, KIDNEY mSE \/[ BICYCLES

'' [. /tna aud I exjKvt to went it myself. alto treatiyor::; until some .11'1' ar '

vtun l l lets him out. W bet IMT by accident I I
tCMt1rS. I Is not a bathing! suit proper'AVnk : 6 TtnnE ARE NONE 2ETTEH.

I [ MJ. I wore one down at Allan'nCity I'f utlh'I'\\'I, Tom learnt that I I

) \keuewr t1-! button under the table are the most fatal of all 'nrtwe .
and I liked tt. It is the . .
only ...'.. .. ... ..: .:.' . ':.: ,:. . : :'.',.' .'r. . .:.::. .:.:... .; . ; .: ::
')mful1n le sort of clotbew loU American was pushl'tl sonic one entered the duor.thus ease I II .... . . ,: ; : . ... . ..1.... . ..- . .: .. .... .. ..... .. .4.. : "
} vple> h1 nand you ouly wear oi[.enhg itBALDWIN'S : ; : : .': . ;: ::-'' >: :':;::'.'''i : "*. : -".''*:".'> /.:'::.:".'. : '.:.' ':'..:

I t Tsw.....f'. ?ta't.t- 1s"'lY tfiia da LCa s.tR: :. ..
} them when yoiu o in the water. Some XlDfiEY C 'r' "";:4tJi' ';:,. .
FOtry'S :
things I can't understand about you NOVEL IDEA 6c ra lnd R r.1:'', E xpa.toce"r-, d' ':: :.

American IIt'l111t!.. --- -- I' ; Iii .
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Fatuous UU r t-iuuu Will t"U. ; -
1'iu taking the dress suit to China asa rernail 1ATI .. '
+ souvenir, a curiosity." ur HU Htrtlt tu Ctallforuiii. or money refunded? Con ,.. i\\. ,\ every 1Ir er; II Vheelnien I I .:;'

' l + When It was m'eativ annou'Kvd at ILrull! remedies reccrJd 11"'''., th.... .t" fo ('. ... .... I
wy Mine. Wa goes she probably I I : by ;,;..1 'I ' . 1-. .l' I. '.
% t will IK accompanied by several of the tO-I. O., that EL J. ("Lucky": ) H ll1wb. vent physicians $.the i ; Jf. -' .t a 1J.hnS." 'a""I.,; .ji.i.Iti \ :. .':
:>> .
t'alvfornla iH'rseniun: who mvutlyvlsltrd I R8 / ,'.t: : '
Chinese consuls In the United Stat*, .
f4 'iis! MUvlile Kidney and BlaJJer' +. "
> b'.rtbplatv near
..L t i whose succcsstw-s will\ be appointed by ::7 ..
the new minister. Mr. Wu's son will! rrung'M at Hamilton to have PRICE 5
remain the L'uitt the house In which be was horn reuovMl - -. .' :.'o- -.-: (-- \ \\ _::
,. In States until he I:; .t -.. <' . .. . .
In pe.Mrt? graduated from the high school at Atlantic -.1? J : \\a..t\I'i\\ . .
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4 Anita ranch near Los Angeles, says the "v.p--: -.- .. 1[.". .' \ .
City.ilenllag .. 1 "
Cleveland Plain Th-aler. Baldwin who nr\k ,s feldttjy? and yjui tf t :: .; .' . I -.i \,'. : '-'; : '->'-"" '< -' :.::
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.. -z:, BICk'CLESnotice .
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is seventy-fotir years oM, has a fancy ' .
a Sectional lllRevenee.t I ; .. .:. .: I:.:: .
that he wttUN to spend his last days In BO .: ; ..-... :ke e2r<: t tinfvt'cI frameare .-*" '. ,
James U. Barber, the well known Ctf33. : : ; : ..
the house were he: was l oru. I # ? :... . f I Ie'i
a r, (traveling man bas lust revived a : .1 ;. .. , the u'n' be : biU.ih .. 'n t! II: ,
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Tw: structure has n history. Parts .. ,,' .' llt'tW-d'T!... I..,; "
: beck from Washington for $135, which 'U I.. .
of tV builJing were trougbt to Ohio ., .
i\ TI-.e ,: Ii It'"n .: i.'erf: t- ..
\fbr saddle and I
i In horse -4 cl'\\ RH'k'.r: t''.. :
worn Virginia! by Balilwta'8tber. i'Cindt& tUIi'h daring ::1": yt ' -
Ian were taken thirty-seven :..! q \f'n.rr.i". r.I\uLl. .. t :.. 1 ,,, : .. '
who the first mull C"dlTh'r .. 11
of was : r; t' ; t' nt-t I it ;; \I"lallf l.C'.' \:,,r : > i< i: , s r.i
of the terms -
violation -
ea between Cincinnati ami Hamilton. Theremoval i i'iUn and ur" ;""': fcel butt I. 1AMBLER

nrr rig 0 the federal authorities, of the old home will begin I : : ( : ; ; :::

l' fiver: yfleld (Ky.) Messenger soon. a I '= PRICE; $40tt ; :

lty to get married and < DtSI ."
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,ew and be ready for the 60 LIVe" HIM I'M. ( & I I IAnyoce [ iJB/7' f rs1 of .16" lI) "la. ..'.. -. .-
M?<1r.? a ttetch find \ I .4. . -
rt.. "It !s a great pity your tiwtxiud has lit !"' tson s:profcabiy our! patent Cc j .. . '. . . . .. aiRg..- WiB. .**.. . '.Tr-. . .'( . ... .'.
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1 Hut I . . .. -. .: .. ., :. .- . .
to be away hOlD home c* much. tion83tnctlycnflden! ial. handbook on I Iwnt .. . :.. ; . .. . . . . . .. . . . .. . .
\ @ yd from Membranoas. you are not left entirety alone, that's Patents tree. Oldest tateu asency through; for gluon eec lnnc i Co. ;: ...... ... '. ... ....... ....;.. ;.....;.. ......: .'. :.':. .:: : ..,:: ...........'..'..'. .:....:.'.'.'.': ".. '-

prominent citizen of oiw comfort Willie is getting to be tfttial notice without charge, tu.the tt*!& tV; . .. _.
X40 writes, "M}' little boyd .
r vpf membranous quite a man arxl growmore and more S l ftti T= 1 :
croup ".t '" J .I ... ,
rF after taking Fo1ey'got 9 like: his father every day. Atiandsomely Illustrated weekly. I. I E. B. WAGER, Agent -

td relief after one "Oh yes.l lIe goes about the bouse culation of any ccientiflc Journal. .:
year: tour months 11. Sold by'!i 1Iew I I r
r t it saved the with his i rapfvnder3 b.:11\-b"
;:s hfe' f wn -
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nd 1 ntiEtltntee.t ':'_ pan.l"UIIin5 r TrlbJ3 CU,3618roadwa"' _
!d 01y' jledge.J1. . Branch Office, 625! F fb.p asMDrton, w' ,
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'11-4 1.... 'FRASK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty Pains in the Back Miss Edith Boras, of Canaveral, is visiting THE OLD RELIABLE '

.T o. years experience; all kind of repairing Are of weak Miss Bessie Hodgson this week. frQ
symptoms a torpid or
: -: done, nice and cheap; slsoladies'and men's HJ
); shoes made to order. stagnant condition of the kidneys or Mr. and Mrs.. Howells, of Valdosta
.f "
At' r. Ga., are spending the winter in Eau
and it is
are a warning extremely
; ;;. i GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable Gallie.
.j. e Store, for good, fresh and reliable goodsi hazardous to neglect, so important

i : : sueb as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, is a healthy action of these organs. CoL Perry, of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
line of Groceries.
Hats Trunks and full
a o.cti
They are commonly attended by loss has gone on a hunting and fishing trip to s
t'I' y;r'. JAR-VIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. of lack of and the St. Johns river. rlk
energy, courage, sometimes -
location the river on river
; Pleasant facing o
f ,; .i.:fff front. :Bates$2.00 per day,special terms by by gloomy forebodng and de Robert Mussel has rented his boat, the

.r' the week or month. spondency."I Never Budge, to parties from Grand Rapids -
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,t,:" a .. had pains in my back could not sleep Mich., for the winter. r ill rP

r' INDIRNflLIERRiPPLES.\ and when I got up in the morning felt :Mr. and Mrs. Tylander have moved into -

\ tvors3 than th" ".';rbf before. I began taring the Harrison cottage on the bluff over GPab4KI
,, ,.i Hood's Sarsaparilla and now I can the Eau Gallie river for the winter. ('oftr b
f\1 .' Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs sleep and get up feeling rested and able to / .i\
\ 5. do my work. I attribute cure entirely .
my The Rev. H. J. Glover has promised a f
. \. s'.., at Towns Along the Coast. to Hood's Sars a.-illa." MKS.J. N. PERRY, r4G Wrecked !
; "", .. care H. S. Copeland, Pike Road, Ala.Hood's Christmas service in St. John'i church on
: ; t. t..r. #. .. COCOA. Christmas day, pending the consent of Your home and property
"., ",. g ;Ii' Sarsaparilla ...
should le
i. Archdeacon Brown. protected by. :
s if. T. B. Cantine made a trip to Titusvilleon
t i' E Tu>sd.1t \'. and Pills The Alice, Capt. Stickney in command, POWDER Insurance

in Cure kidney and liver' troubles, relieve took a spin to Rock ledge and return on
t- school supervisor, was
v Dr. Macy, the back,and build up the whole system. Tuesday. Mrs. Stickney and Mr. and AbsolutePure! from FIRE LIGHTNINGand
k: Monday. CYCLONES. The ex-
l: : town on
Mrs. Jas. Mackie were on board.
is small compared to e
't ;' ;; Miss '. Minis spent Sunday with her Miss Alice Capehart and a young lady Mr. M. W. Fry, of Valdosta, who is THERE IS SUBSTITUTE the pense risk of a catastropby

< : V V! t parents at ,)venture. friend who is visiting her were in Rock-' spending the winter in Eau Gallie, will like tnu. Write to or ask.. t

t ,(> .. )Irs. Lipp is making yeast cakes and ledge on Tuesday. shortly take unto himself a better half Sdmyler & BraEning Titus ne,

, V : 'a she says they are sure risers. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rossiter, of Ober- and make this point his home. Reception at,Aukona.
N for reliable information,
Miss Cox, of the west side, is assisting lin, Ohio, came during the past week and The handsome linen cover for St.John's Saturday was a great day for the assembling Crates, etc., etc. . . . .*

; I : )', (, A. II. Trarford in the bakery. are keeping house; in their rooms at Oak church organ i is in place. This is of Ankona and Eldred peoples.We ,,

t i... ., Born to Mr. and Mrs. Snell Hendry, Cottage. Mr. Rossiter will open his the gift of Mrs. S. E. Barbour, who has a met at the house of Mr. T. E. Lewisto jdBEms
( photograph store: later where typical meet Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Ankeny and
of City Point, on Nov. 27th, a son. hand iu'every good work ofthe, town.
t' Florida scenery is on exhibition duringthe :Miss Moore, just arrived from Iowa. Mr.
: '.. l' **:Mr. and 1 Jt5.." Coy, of Indiana, are ocr busy season s Capt. Symmonds has the :Nip and Tuckin and Mrs. Bahney, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson &

.. ; cupyins rooms at the Gould residence. theaters of Indian river again, look- Mr. C. McCarty: Mr. and Mrs. GRAHAM r
. .. Mr. A. L. Marsh was an arrival on like brand "
ing vessel. The
a.' I. : .' Geo. White is now working with Mr. Monday and is now making necessary a new cap. Abdill, :Mr. and Mrs. Pomeroy, Mr. and c6.
taut will
have winter in his
l' I r '; HiUvlle, to learn the trade, or trades. preparations for opening Hotel Indian fortable boat. a jolly com- Mrs. Chas. Moore, Mr. and :Mrs. Moore, (Incorporate Paid up Capital |25,000.00.)
i Mr. EM red Mr. Mrs. and Miss Rawlinson
The school children are practicing in River at the usual time. He has one of -
the porters with him and is stopping at Mr. H. U. Ho hall for the Christmas enters -
the town
: '.:' : :, White's cottage till his family comes down Young street is about ready for the own- Tancre, Mr. and Mrs. Hamor and Mr. the Indian River Coun-

.-' 1', tf ..-;:;:'\ .. tainment.. from Augustine.. ers.lts.. Hodgson is still in Olean, X. and Mrs. Geo. Saeger were present. We try, on the St. Lucie River, I

; \ :jI t .; e D. St. Clair Ncsbitt, of Indianola, was Y., at the side of her mother, who is still had a very enjoyable time. :Mr. Ankenyis at New River, and on Biscayne -
t, + Tl1e He'd had a trip tot .A family party consisting of Mr. D.Iartlinj ..
: : in town on day. under the care of her physician.Mr. an old-time Indian river resident, and Bay.
r \ :\ wife and son, Mrs. J. Tynan
Titusville !;: !
a o.
j and daughters, Misses Mabel and Emily, X. S. Johnson, of Chicago, who very lively and pleasant company. A PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send 1
'i : *' The river froat3 on Cocoa Heights are of Congers, N. Y., stopped at White's has the Near cottage on Young street for lunch was served and Mr. and Mrs. Pom- '1

{ i"t- all in good urJer. Looks as it everyone cottage Saturday night, and Sunday morning the winter, has just completed overhaul- MOV gave us some fine music, especially far land list. *_.

i was expccing'ompany.. took possession of the Powe cottage ing his new vessel and now owns one of 3I rs. Pomeroy, who is a first class singer. OFFICES AT . .

t. 'f Mr. and: 311 s. Doran and family, oft for the winter. They are delighted with the tidiest boats in Eau Gallie's fleet. Farewells were made about 5 p. m. and TITUSVILLE AND ML\MI. J
Jnu. Jo huso will be in command. all went home happy at having met old ,
,ti New Albany. 0., have moved into the the situation. Capt. 11 -- -- ----
friends.DR. .
," t 'V .V Hover In twt Cur the season. Last Saturday the fine bay horse belonging .' The Lizzie, with J. E. M. Hodgson in EAST COAST MEAT MARKET t

: Connh'Hluuissioncr Miot, of our district :: to Mr. Thomas; Hodges, of Cocoa, command, carried away her steering gear LEON A. PEEK, Physician and Surgeon.
;; pai-ed l through town on Tuesday while hauling rock for roadmaking purposes this week. The vessel is, howe\'er,*just Residence, Melbourne At Eau Gallie on G. P. DUREN, Agent,

'j {p"" hi:* tray to his home at Indianola. toward the lower end of the ham- ready for work again. There were quitea Tuesday and Friday afternoons.

,.. There dai.ce at the eTUl'.f mock, was backed into the river with wagon number on board at the tune of the MKLUOUKNE.
was a opera
V band that has attached by the negro driver. In accident, but the vessel was brought Florida
lay night. The string Capt. Alex J. Goode has gone to HoVe
to the deft of her sails.
descent safely port by use
the the rocks
over was
been here several times before, furnishedthe wagon Sound to spend the winter. z ti
nmric.d broken and the horse with shafts and The work on the Eau Gallie and Lake a i and ,

: : front wheels escaped into the river and Washington canal is being pushed on as Mr. C. McBride was called to Titut: J,. \\V esternIeats
,. Mr. and :\It-il. Ferris who occupied the midstream when rescued with \'ilJeIonday to serve as a juror.
was near fast as possible. Geo. W. Hopkins is at .
'ii- Travis cottage several years ago, are occupying boat, in an almost exhausted condition.The the head of this much needed improve- Mr. C. F. Conklmg has; moved his t )
for the winter in Chas.
/ rooms builders who ment. This alone is a guarantee of its stock of drugs into his new store near
came down to erect
FaK-r'a house.Mr. .
f I"f a six roomed cottage on the lot reported complete thoroughness, and the work the depot. of all .

s : [ I.circa; son and granddaughter I to have been sold last week to Mr. Baker, will b i a general benefit to the state, and Mrs. K. B. Templeton was made hap- "i

:; \\expected on Tuesday afternoon, but (largely interested iu noted Maryland the east coast of Florida in particular. py by a visit from her mother Mrs. Da- Kinds. '

wert'delaytd. They will Use the Bishop packing works) are disappointed to find vis, of Key West. . ,

'-a :' ,' cottage thi"eifion.: that some late development has preventedthe Foil a Deadly Attack. .i!
Mrs. Margaret Goode spent Thanksgiving -
i t rt ; ,; Mis. C. SiMoonmaker had a regular sale of the lot and it is still in Mr. "My: wife was:: so ill that good physicians at Roseland with her daughter, Titusville, Florida.

t : L I i r Thanksgiving treat of York State cider :\Ierwill's possession. Mr. Baker will be were unable to help her," writes M.M. Mrs. L. C. Moore. -- - .

,, 1- t and hnint i.ue mincemeat pie. We can down in a few weeks and it is hoped he Austin, of Winchester, Ind., "but was S. W. MOODY
L' Ii :, vouch for its: being good. will find a building site equally suitedto completely cured by Dr. King's New Life The work of repairing our streets goes ,

: I his needs. He and his have Pills." They work wonders in stomach steadily on. Melbourne's. city fathers
r If- (ij :Miss Kate Eyer is all business now. family Electrician Gas
t \ She is unpacking aid getting her curio visited Rockledge and would like a win- and liver troubles. Cure constipation, believe in good roads. Engine Expert '

t P M i r tore in readiness for the: winter. Miss ter home here. sick headache. 23c; at all druggists. The literary society met last Friday TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .;J

that --- evening at the pleasant home of Dr. and
,', V Kite has a oargain counter sure
i tak- better Than a Flatter. Mrs. Peek. A pleasant evening was Thoroughly understands all niechain
> eye.1tn ,
A piece of flannel dampened with there. work in these liue bv>iaK;: lotteries, D.
p ; The f.) who took in gala week inJacksonville Chamlierlain's Pain Balm and bound on RUTSThe spent amos, Magnetos overhauled and repair
Sam Martin returned from Fort Correspondence Solicited. '
; the weather there as
I report the affected parts is better than a plasterfor _.
'JJtry cool. We've had unusually warm I Pierce Tuesday in time for election. He --- ------ -- -
a lame back and for pains in the sideor k
weather thus ur this winter and would chest. Pain Balm has was again elected town councilman by a "
no superior as .
i like it to i ilt i a little cooler. large majority.Mrs. .
a liniment for the relief of deep seated, walking sick, whata 1847 3
t Mrs. E. (. \\'ade is at home once more muscular and rheumatic pains. For sale Charlie Odin returned home Sunday -
B. R. crowd of them there are: much to the delight of her husband. .mow
r after spending a pleasant summer in by Wilson & Son, druggists.UKUKU1ANA. .
x : Washington' D. C., and New Jersey.Mr Persons who are thin and She has had a pleasant outing with relatives Rogers (

:*. Wade's orange grove looks well andl : in old Kentucky.The .
weak but
not sick
the experts to ship the fruit soon. Mr. Booth, formerly of Brantly, was enoughto ladies' guild of the :Episcopal f M A T\
l Bros.
: ,i N. M Fish was invited to Titusville on seen here drumming for a commission go to bed."Chronic church will hold a meeting at Mrs. Geo. .' SORE !.

.- court duty. He had the sore eyes and a house in Boston one day this week.E. cases" that's Biown's Friday to make plans for a New lift L THE 1347, r

ij lame hand but he didn't want to Y ar's entertainment on Jan. 1st, 1903. Silver r
t stop Y. Hall is also one whom the sheriff IF YOU W .: ''

t his road work to go, being very anxious caught. at Cocoa, and he left here Sun- what the doctors call them, Mr. and Mrs. E. !'. Branch entertained Hate that Txl; Gu0INWears.

to get the KocKtedge road in good condi day for Titusville: to be present at courton which in common English at their pleasant home on Thanksgiving, ." A D ORIGIN*'
tion. Monday.F. Rev. Adams, wife and grandchild, Dr.

I Mrs.r.'m' < '. Jones::, wife of one of our W. Munson, unfortunately caughtas means-long sickness.To Ham, wife and daughter also Mrs. Dorr. Rogers {

I county cr mi signers, was visiting her one of the jurymen last Saturday, left stop the continuedloss Mr. and Mrs. Emmons late arrivals.

5 t S relatives, ..II. and Mis. John Sanders, here the 1st inst. for Titusville to be in They seemed to like our town so have KniJ'esJ'

this past week. Mrs. Jones was accompanied readiness to serve on the jury on Tues- of flesh they needScott's rented the Drown cottage No. 1 and will ,. l

t i by her young daughter, Mis; day.A.. Emulsion. For the spend the winter in Melbourne. We extend 1",

Manuela. C Chapman and family, from the a welcome to these: pleasant people.Mr. ForASpoons '
Hull place, were seen at Mr. Provost's feeling of weakness *
\ Mr. and Mr-. Capehart and family arc they W. S. Branch, of South Dakota, I

at home for the winter at their grove on store Miss, trading, during the past week. need Scott's Emulsion.It arrived lat Friday: and h the guest of his et &
Penny, school teacher at Osteen
f h Cocoa'Heights. Mr. Capehart has aiMed .
also brother, Mr. E. P. Branch. We are gladto D
to hi*, resiiieme during the summer and was with them. makes new flesh and see him Melbourne again, and trust v. '-

contemplates: : other improvements.:: ."His.. Several people from here were in Cocoa gives new life to the weak his visit: here \\ibe\\ of benefit to his FOR \LEBY V ,
place is a cieuu to our vicinity. 4 Saturday, the 29th\ ult. Some of them health.

1 During the past week the twiligl ->t aught v ;. by the sheriff, who was look- system. Mr. and Mrs. Thatcher Hood enter- G. L. Mandaville .

i ha:; been unusually calm. One nu yineu to serve on the jury for taintd on Thanksgiving; Mr. and Mrs. ,
1 had the benefit of flute solo the of. the term of court. Scott'1mulsion gets JEWELER AND OPTICIAN "
J : a t Thomas Hood. Mrs. JoneS and the little rp
t cornet solo fro-n across the river' 'ro met his family at Cocoait thin and ik persons out folks of the Hood and Jones family. All .

; nest we had the pleasure of lister and now has: : them pleas. of the rutIt makes ieport.a good time, turkey and lots and Titusville,

: Stahi' saw: 11&.11 whistle. They wt comfortably located in the new, lots of good,things. ,_. _. .

1 1 : good and we certainly enjoyed the ..w -","......cvrta e. His intention, it seem, rich blood, strengthens the Cocoa and Indianola boys t.2.'
played a 0
te.! is to plant himself a his homestead ? VVVVo
!, grove on -
i and good game of ball here on Thanksgiving
.. nearby.Mr. nerves gives appetitefor ,
: i itOCKLEDGE.Mr. : five for )Melbourne, six for visiting team. I
W. M. Bell from ';
Londesville, S. ordinary food.Scott's Come again boys. A pleasant dance was
J. J. White is in Titusville this C., is here to spend the winter, and he
enjoyed that evening; after the ball _
week having been called and his sister Mi Bell the Emulsion .'betaken ga.meby 0
to serve as juror s teacher of t a number} of our young folks and 4/ /1
s daring: the term of court. our public school have taken
present rooms at .
11 :: as longas. s some out of town friends. I r;.. 55 .
parsonage cottage and will hoard
Kate Eyer has opened her curiosity -
+ themselves lasts and do Rev. Adams, wife and of I
.a store oil the river avenue and is and keep house there until gooc-u .. fAC grandchild ji
+ the school term closes. J ; Chicago, are here for the winter. Rev.
arrangme; her attractive holiday and"totuUt' time. J Adams will fill the place of Rev. Weather
t' o-ooJs: m her usually attractive
V;-;4 NOTICE TO STOCKUOLl>lms. There's wax who leaves here for Eden this week.

.. way.Mr. Notice is new strengthand We extend a welcome to Mr. Adams and i
hereby given that
Charles! Ibwkins who has been a special flesh in and wish Rev. ti \
meeting of the stockholders of the Indian every dose. family Weatherwax suc- t'riVIN1S \,
connectedvitti the Windsor in Jacksonville : I River and Lake Worth Pineapple cess in his new field. The Weatherwax

I1 for some years, will, we learn, occupy Grower! association has been called by We will be family will be missed in Melbourne but

a place on the office force of The the board of directors, and will be held at -" to glad we hope to see them all here again in the
1 '= Piaza hotel 1 this season. Jensen, Florida, on Wednesday, the 7th send you a few spring.

\ 'r day of January, 1903, at 10:30 o'clock in doses free.Be .
Mr. C. H. Hibbs! and family moved a the forenoon for the open up one of my bottles of +
purpose of voting The Pride of Ileroeg.
few days ago into their Barton avenue Be sure that this picture in t*
a proposition to amend the
t upon charter WINE OX
form of a label is on the Many soldiers in the last war wrote to WHISKEY re t
home, and not three weeks back as reported by striking out in section five of the wrapper of every bottle of f strew
At that time the house cleaning same the words "first Wednesday of, EmuLion you buy. say that for scratches, bruises, cuts, and drink to the health and pry .i p i +I

process only was transpiring. and in the month of January" and sub Z SCOTT &BOWNE wounds, corns, sore feet and stiff joints, friends and. self. These goods awholesome.
stituting "third Wednesday of Novem Bucklen's Arnica Salve is the best in the Unexcelled forric w, t
Capehart of West Chemists nda flavor. Bight for h ealth ,
Ex-Congrt3man ,
ber. world. Same for tns, scalds, boils, ulcer -
Virginia, and family are now occupying T. V. MooRE, Secretary. 409 Pearl St., N. Y. ,.kin enV"' ,, ;t ;::if iles. It cures

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