The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
July 26, 1907


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Preparatory to our annual inventory *
J5 PRESENT WEEK Dozens of brand new models here we offer all summer dress goods II Must Make Room for'StoreImprovements AND PERSONALS
for spring and summer wear-the AT COST 1 ;

'...,. ,fresh, crisp, clean-cut styles that you All men's boys' and children's ,
Pungent Holes Pertaining to Events often see in fashion pictures,but sel- clotning. I Bargains In Eery Department Something About the People of Titus- 1 J
dom find.
Transpiring About Town We really have them all; you find them All All millinery men's straw goods.hats. I MONDAY,JULY 29,1907.A Tille as They Come and Go i

-. A cool drink at a cool place...atMANDY'S. here with the new long 'lapels, the All ladies', children's and infants' merchant's success chiefly de- A cool drink at a cool place at J a
: semi-military ventless back, close-fit- low cut shoes. I pends on his buying abilities. I am MANDY'S. *
ting collars and shapely shoulders.In Big reductions in other lines all : not going tell you about being an expert ,I '
All the up-to-date drinks at the fact you'll find we have everything: through the remainder of July. I|I buyer, but will tell you 'a few The celebrated Plant Juice Remedies .
S Banner Drug Store. % that's considered good style. transactions we had in buying goods are for sale by C. Collins. ;
I You are cordially invited to look JOHN R. WALKER & CO. this season and you will find that we .
:e., Slightly used bicycles, cheap, at over these new things at your leisure; --, will save you money. As early as Wher\you are hot and thirsty drop >, I
+, Indian River Music House. take as long as you want to do it-: LATESTNB'WS. February contracted for 500 piecesof in at the Banner Drug Store for a .' '
f_ Favorite drop head sewing machines we're only too glad to have you compare ginghams to be delivered at different cold drink. ** i
:7 $20.00. Indian River Music our goods with others. Our !I times through the summer, patterns Mr. S. F. Gray, of Canaveral, was f
suits are priced all the way from AND INCIDENTS are all excellent, good for chil-
f..f: House. $8.50 to $20.00. We can fit any fig- dren's dresses: ,ladies' suits,and boys' in town for a few days the first part I i
.p '. For upto-date % making patronize ure and any pocketbook.See -- waists. The manufacturer today of this week. ;
.i our new spring and summer Personal Paragraphs About People that asks 16 cents a yard for it, our price
:Z'r: Miss Maggie Gruber, successor tot furnishings. : 12 1-2 cents. For smart and up-to-date dress- *"

Mrs. C. A. Krulder, STAR building, Travel Here and There For white lawns we did likewise- making go to L. Mendel, rooms over a
ground floor. Try Gruber's Peerless Ice Cream. we contracted early in the season. the postoffice, Titusville, Fla.. I
Mr. I. F. Spencer to leave a Titusville, Florida. Persian lawn, 32 inches wide, man- Miss
i expects Sold only at the Banner Drug Store. Mary Carruthers returned
_._ ufacturers ask 22 cents for this quality -
ri shortly for his summer vacation, I ------- Mr. D. G. Monroe is having his :Monday only 16 cents per yard. home yesterday from a visit to her

r f which he will spend at his old home EXTENSION TROUBLESBoth residence on Main street painted.V. India lawn, worth 20 cents, specialfor friend, Miss Hattie Bower, at Rock-

!,t". in Tennessee. W. Eldred is doing the work. 15 cents. I ledge. ;!
'" scarcity of Sides of the Betweenthe Ladies' white linen parasols, special I We call the ;
.v. Carpenters report a Controversy Mr. J. W. Hull, of Miami, arrivedin 79 cents each. attention to list of text 1
f'; work in :Miami since the closing of Government and the F. E. C. town Wednesday and is at workon In fact we have bargains for you books that will be used as a basis for ?! ,

'r the Fort Dallas National bank, and the new addition to the high in every department. It makes no the teachers' examination in September -
t some of them are now working in The editor of the Key ,West Citi- school building.The difference what you want, come and which is published this week on
: Titusville. zen has been granted an extended interview see us and(we will make you prices page 8.Mrs..
baseball game yesterday after- that are more than right. .;
f" ; Capt. P. Nelson and family, of with W. J. Krome, principal noon between the Titusville Juvenilesand Mail orders promptly filled on any 0. A. Quarterman returned ;:

,s r South Titusville, left Tuesday for assistant engineer of the Florida East the store clerks resulted in a of the above goods. from Lemon City Wednesday, where '
the balance Coast railway, which enables us to JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. .
4' New Jersey, and will spend authentic and official state- score of 13 to 6 in favor of the Juve= 'Phone No.8.Convict she has been several weeks on a visit s sto
1"" of the summer in different parts give an : her daughter, Mrs. 0. A. Quarter .J1It t
of the north. ment of the extent to which the ex- niles.Miss J :::
\ man, Jr.Three.
tension work has been suspended and Ethel Wilson expects to leave at Mims -y
, Mr. John Goodwin and family left I of the four East
within a few weeks for Connecticut, stu-
the reasons therefore.It A Greek convict by the name of
i last Friday and their destination is while dents, who have been studying the
where she will spend quite a
is useless to ignore the fact thata Algien Brussels was killed at Mims
r not known to their friends, many of most serious situation exists,so far with her brother, Mr. T. B. Wilson, Sunday afternoon about 4 o'clock horticultural methods of the lower t
s whom were unaware of their having and family. east coast, passed through here Sun-
while after having
as Key West is Icon erned. Mr. resisting recapture -
tw any intention of leaving Titusville. Krome has stopped all the work of The Florida Extract Works startedup made his escape from the stock- day on their way to North Carolina tone

Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Allen and construction below Knights key,mak- yesterday but had to shut down ade. stopped off on his way to Tampa f
,Messrs. B. B. and R. J. LaRoche, of and all four are to meet in New Or- t
ing his present trip for that purposein I for a day or so on account of the Brussels was sent up from Hills-
Ir Courtenay, were in town Wednesday his launch Nen. : chipper not working just right. The borough county for five years,having leans. E

f for the purpose of proving upon the The situation is covered very con- Port Orange plant is now being been convicted of highway robbery.He The eclipse of the moon Wednesday -

r homestead owned by the Whitlock cisely in the following statement moved to this place, the first carload was killed in a saw grass marsh night was a very pretty sight as ,

heirs. which he made: of material having already arrived. i south west of the stockade by L H. the night was clear. About sixJ
Hon. G. S. Hardee and wife and tenths of the moon's orbit was oh-
"Construction work of all kinds Three of the four large steam boilers Hyres.A
two daughters, Misses Ruth and south of Knight's key is to be sus- for the Titusville Lumber Co, are coroner's jury was empanelled soured by the shadow. The moon

Maude, left Rockledge yesterday for pended for an indefinite period andas here and the foundations are ready before Justice of the Peace L. K. entered shadow shortly before 9

New York and New England, to be fast as arrangements can be per- for placing them. The engine beds Myers, acting as coroner, who re o'clock and the eclipse I lasted about

absent for a month at least. Miss. fected to take care of the labor force have also been completed This will turned the following verdict: We, four hours.

Grace accompanied. them as far as I at present at work between that be the largest mill on the whole east the jury, find that Algien Brussels i Miss Mayme Taylor, who has been

Jacksonville.A point and Key West all workmen will coast and one of the largest in the came to his death from a gun shot; spending a few weeks here with her

few days ago Sheriff Brown captured -I be transferred from this end of the state. wound, which the said Algien Brussels cousin, Mrs. Dr. Spell, returned to

in Jacksonville a white boy by line. Mr. W. J. Mims, of Tampa, who received- in- ,-his- attempt to escape her home in Shiloh Wednesday. She

the name of Aaron Harris, who recently ,There will, of course, be some of has been in the mountain resorts of and in resisting recapture and We made many friends in Titusville dur-

robbed the drug store in Eau our present employes whom we will Western North Carolina for a few exonerate L. H. Hyres. ing her stay and returns homeon account -

Gallie At the preliminary hearinghis no longer be able to use on our other weeks, arrived Sunday for a few The following served a- jurors: of the early opening of the +

bond was fixed at$500 by Justice work and these we will be compelledto days' visit with his mother and sisterat W. J. Mims, L. J. Fickling, John Shiloh public school, which she will

,Roesch, in default of which he was release. Mims. Mr. Mims formerly lived I Coward, J. T. McGuire, D. 0. Lowe, have charge of the coming term.

committed to jail to await the fall "A considerable portion of the here and is well remembered by all and G. Nolle foreman. Contractor P. J. Hall,who receivedthe

term of court. Harris formerly lived plant and equipment now being usedon the old re dents. contract for building the additionto

I at LaGrange.The the south end of the line will now __ 'H ___ Appointed CommissionerMr. the Titusville high school building

dispatch boat Hustler, owned be moved north of Knight's key and Lawyer Worley AcquittedThe J. M. 0.ban received the ap- commenced the work last week and

by the Florida Coast Line Canal Co., put in service there. The remainderwill proceedings in disbarment pointment of county commissionerfor expects to complete the same in abouta
against G. A. Worley, Esq., of Miami this district last Friday vice Mr. month's time. The addition i is be-
in command of Capt. Geo. G.Gleason, be put in shape to withstand a which mentioned in THE. F. A. Morgan, who is now in Eng-
long lay and left in charge of were ing made on the east side, two stories
superintendent of the above company up STAR last week, were completed be- land. The appointment is probably
stopped at this place Monday watchmen. fore Judge Jones in chambers late I made for the reason that this districtis high with gable facing east. The
afternoon on her way to Melbourne, "The action of the railroad com Wednesday afternoon and requite now without representation. This size of this addition is :2 by 31. The
in this matter has been due in an acquittal for Mr. Worley. I district has not l been represented on will be recitation ,
where one of the dredges is now at pany I I the board since the May meeting and II'upper room a room,
work. The Hustler came throughthe I solely to the continued and unwar- I II I - -- at the last session Chairman Conkling j while the ground floor will be usedj
newly completed canal to Day- ranted interference with construc- being absent and out of the state, 'I j as a store room. The addition was

tona Saturday, where she stayed tion operations in the vicinity of Key I New stair matting there was just a quorum with the I rendered necessary as five teachers
Sunday. West which has been met with from I Jai>-a-lac in leading shades other three commissioners present.Mr. I will be needed in the school the com-
Chiffoniers with and without mirrors Oban11 probably receive his ;!
-------- the various local sources, particularlyfrom S-oz. & 10-oz. duck: 2.)1); < drill I commission in time to atttml the I ing term.
Good News for Dallas Bank the authorities in charge of the New ass't ladies' muslin underwear I regular meeting in August which I
Key Wes natal fetation. Shoes Shirts Overalls Tie Collars will be held on the oth.Wanted. I Kline Specials in Clothing and 1

The in following Miami Wednesday telegram was after-received "Some time ago objection was Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 I Gents Furnishing Department
made by the navy department to the I If you want any clothing you will
from Mr. J. A. McDonald, who "Down the Line"If '
noon I| Two or three men to fell timber : never have a better opportunitthan
j removal of material from the banks
was then in New York city: "Pros. they will allow you to drink at and cut same up into wood Apply next week. We will cut the prices ,
pects bright for depositors of Fort near Fleming key, it being claimed' all, why don't you end an order to {I to H., care THE STAR otlice.j i i almost in half and: I. want to tell you_
Dallas being paid in full, Messrs. that there was a possibility of this your old friend J. I). Crabb Co., the assortment is mighty;( ()d. We

Flagler, Parrot and Heard .le) as>is>t- material being needed for the construction Box 702, Jacksonville. Flat j j Dentistry i can fit you and suit jou.JULIUS .
KLINE, Titusville.
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Make this Brown i of a torpedo station at that Dr. Houghton's floating dental of-
public. i
ing. Rollins Colle Winter Park, Fla. j 'Phone No. S.Launch.
Gomph and myself leave for Florida L point.Vork __ fice, "DenUte" is nolocated at the
I t'n tile railroad terminals If you anticipate attending college city dock here where Dr. J. Edward France f
tonight. was stopped at that time pending an I this fall do not fail to investigate Urich will skillfully perform un-to-
--- --- -- Rollins. Delightful location, thorough date and reliable dentistry all its To hire. or charter, for large or
Fence Wire I adjustment and-the navy department equipment fine gymnasium, ; branches by the latest improved painless small parties 2S feet S feet Leant, f
We have in transit a carload of El- at Washington sent down an official, refined surroundings, good boarding methods. i cabin and toilet. T. HALL,
wood wire fencing, diamond mesh, 1 in high authority to investigate the: facilities and all field and water As the Dentos will remain a limited Indianola, Fla. ''
for field, stock and poultry use. II matter. sports. For full particulars room time those desiring professional services ;
Write us for prices. "A perfectly satisfactory agreement reservations address W. R. O'Neal, 1 please take notice. ; Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft
LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. Orlando. Fla. : --
EAST COAST was reached under the terms of FOG -SALE CHEAP FOR CAM1. i i! All work guaranteed.! Guns stocked
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and Trees which the railroad company was to Orange Boxes : About bs of hisrh land and shot guns rebored.H. .
l Orange Grapefruit :acres on IJEXErhE, Titu:ville, Ha.
replace any material removed in caseit ;, the east or ocean side of the Indian river
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high We are prepared to furnish strictly -
at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot
should be needed later
hickory hammock. Free from white some first class orange boxes at WIj'low No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Draying
fly. One year to two. year old buds. date in the construction of the pro- prices Write us before placing t,36:;, in'township 31 south, range; :G9 east. I i: Dra'in or hauling of all kinds promptly .
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully posed torpedo station. your order. We have an elegant line This land is unimproved but finely lo- attt-mtal to. Meets all trains. Mute '
packed and delivered at Oak Hill "It was supposed that a perfectly of wraps, also cement coated nails. cated. For further particulars addressE. nood for all Hints.
Shiloh, Fla. Continued oil page 1. Eau Gallie, Fla. Brockton, Mass. I Tituaviile, Fla.



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met under the auspices of the Women's Keep Away From the Trees. 1

fi.ff S. Trades Union league. The meetingwas (Gainesville Sun.)

addressed! by Mrs. Harrkt Stanton A report reached this city Tuesday ,
Blatch and Mrs. Rose Pastor Stokes.
of the sudden death of Wade Johnson

Telegraphers' Overtures Rejcted. a respectable and ambitious coiored d
President Sam Small of the Commer j
ff farmer who was killed by
cial Telegraphers' union gave notice nt j
his farm at Rocky: Point In the

._ .. ... Francisco that all the negoSan
? :: : : :: : thunder storm of Monday afternoon. 1
tiations which had been opened by

ii United States Labor Commissioner From reports it seems that Johnson i

.. ;: Xeill were at. an end and that there after his afternoon's work, had goneto

was but one a lake a quarter of a mile away with
' m rtiJ v.- :iA i WirlSHtivv mrki**** -*'v vrirt Imrrt *****-X thing left to do barre1 to
his team and a intending return

r namely, order with a barrel of water. White h e

zc. .. a general strikein his barrel rainstorm -
: was at the lake filling a
:. ....j;'. the big eastern
v' cities. Tothatendhe came up which was followed bya

tpa Japan Seek Military Secrets. cated by W. Bourke Cochran and terrific thunder storm. Johnson left

, pa I SCIENTIFICMile I I'i While .the officials of the navy department adopted by the governing body of '' ; was going; to his team at the lake, and took shelter

' at Washington say they Tammany Hall, the controlling Democratic 4 *' Chicago at under an oak tree when the lightning

, a Minute at Sea. have no information relative to the organization of New York city, 2 once to hold a stripped the tree and struck the civ-
interest published report that Japanese make a radical political departure.
'' No little has been aroused spies is final conference
' ?t. among expert engineers and nautical were recently detected drawing plans Doth are based on the assumption that 'f with the various tim dead.It .

,tl :< men by a new style of speed boat or of naval ordnance in the gun factory there are three parties to all public local lead- must have been an hour after the

.tt ;j; gliding craft originated and partially there they admit an apparent eagerness service corporations, those of the community tM > ers. He complained fatal stroke which killed his master

J ','t' developed by Peter Cooper Hewitt, the on the part of representatives of of capital and of labor. One that the when the faithful horse, with his load

,bi discoverer of the famous Cooper Hewitt the Japanese government for Information proposes that all corporations engagedin :- attitude of the of a barrel half filled with water stopped -

light This new craft is regarding work American ships interstate commerce should Include companies' offi-
'J... very aptly : In front of his master's house. The
.L'4 ... .:,' designated "gliding," since it does not '. and military and naval matters In gen. the president of the United States In Commissioner NeilL daIs had been
wife suspicioned something the team
4 cut the water like other vessels but eraL This, of course applies with its board of directors i and that all state arrogant and unyielding refusing to ,

{ actually flies or skims over the surface. more or less force to all the leading corporations should! Include the governor take lack men who had been promi- coming without its driver, and: Immediately -

II! .+ .the body of the craft being forced high nations, which send out their military of the state, while all those operating nent in the work of the organizationand summoned the neighbors. A

h 'it enough to permit free play of the and naval attaches .for this express in a single: city or town should rejecting every o"erture.t New searching party was soon formed and

;:;t ; waves. The body of the device looks purpose. include the chief officer of the munici- York the Western Union prepared for went to the Jake, where in the vicinity

tl} !t. Fomewhatlike, a long, narrow and very Federal Versus State Authority.In pality. It should be the duty of these the expected struggle; by having a lot about fifty yards distant they discov-

! i shallow scow. A long steel frame similar elective officials to keep constantly In- of cots put in the main office buildingfor ered the dead body of the under
view of the existing confusion, man
t to of automobile formed of everything concerning the the of This the 1
extends use new
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with prospect of friction between the the tree which had been struck 1 h>
.;). ': over the sides 'and across either end. operations of these public sen-ice corporations telegraphers say I Is In violation of the I

f J ll' From each corner of the frame there federal and state authorities regardingthe just as they do now keep state lodging house laws and threaten lightning. '

: t' are dropped into the water perpendicular bills enforcement of the two cent rate informed about the mail service or the prosecution. The Postal company giveout Johnson was a good man, a man of

, steel arms, which extend aboutLi passed by various state legislatures cleaning! and lighting of streets In the the figures of wages paid its employees his own affairs, and was thought a '
much interest attaches: to the
i k eighteen inches below the bottom ofT remarks of Commissioner Ilarlan of cities.It at San Francisco, saying; that great deal of by the white people of !

<<: the scow. To the interstate commerce commissionto Is proposed also that each corpora- the average wage per month is $122.32.MISCELLANEOUS :: that section, who declares him a citi- !
3 tion holding public franchises should
if .. these fastened arms are the effect that while a state rate require its employees to appoint one or zen of the most peaceable nature. lip tt
"is naturally and properly entitled to more of their number to sit on tbel'oar,1 I leaves a wife and several cnHdre. "
F .. planes having a has _
respectful consideration It
slant of trustees so as to keep the labor
( upward Bad Burn Quickly Healed
1- sanctitywhen applied to Interstate
element informed. Mr. Cockran thinks
i (front of about traffic than a rate established bya that would be if May Write on Face of Postal. "I am so delighted with what Chamtierlain's .
R peace promoted questions -
one in eight railroad company." He says that affecting hours 1'tecatse of the practice of writing Salve has done for me that I
I. The motor Is or wages were feel bound to write and tell .
{ I yon CIO, says
the rate making b.xly would the front well
: discussed messages ou as as on
;[ : settorwaniande amicably among equals by aboard Mrs. Robert Mytton, 457 John .St. Hamilton
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I fir not hesitate to disregard it if unjust. wit& Identical interests In the back of post cards Postmaster
j the single screw : a common Ontario. "My little daughter hada
e = : turns just back The Official Harriman Report. fund "Tiot violently and intemperately General Meyer has promulgated an orI|J bad burn on her knee. I applied Cham-

L r of the front set The report of the interstate commerce 'by men believing themselves to dcr. l'lIl't"tiWu;:. 1. ItigT. providing !, berlain's Salve and i it, healed beautif'i.-

" .. : s. of planes. commission concerning the financial be divided by irreconcilably hostile Interests that the face side of a pent:1 card maybe i i,i ly." This salve allays the pain of a burn
.** dhided by a vertical line placed almost instantly. It is for sale by Titus-
t" In operations of IL II.I larrimau.which
operation, ville and
The second resolution that approximately one-third of the dis- :i Pharmacy Banner Drug Store.
'It. tb *screw has now been transmitted to the president i- : proposes '
tance from the left end of the card
I should be more branches of the
and published, legislationto i jjhere 'I Killed Live
or pullingthe urges By a Wire
., craft for- break the great transportation appellate division of the court In order the spatv to the left of the line to be
'i i Peter Cooper Hewitt. ward forces the combination created by Harriman extending that the calendars of the lower court used for a message the portion to the Charles Finley, 24 years old an em-

l[ r slightly slanted pan through the wa- from the Atlantic ('n".t. of could cleared up at the end of every right to be used for the address only. I ploye of the Southern Bell TelephoneCompany

t ter, and, oaaccount of their slant the America to \I'hllJd including two thirty days and that special commissions was lulled by a live wire Saturday -

craft Is forced upward. The greaterthe \"IrtuallI'arallt'l railroad systems and should he apHjntcd to try jury Serious Accident on Warship.The in Jacksonville while at WOI Ii
Mr. Ox-kraii said that while of two toO pound cases
'a"t'S. explosion
speed the higher the craft rises. several steamship lines. It assertsthat on the top crosstree of a telephone
the-c reform might lie ridiculed vf the battleship Georgia
I When it has reached whichforces if this railroad situation is nosy jmwder on
a speed ITinitted pole in the resident section of that
I r he 1iol l; *v<'d they would ultimately becarried while at target practice off Provincej j
the topmost vanes out of the to continue competition in tlr-
into effect. He said the suggestion town. Mass.. on July 13 resulted in (jcity. An electric light wire from the
water of
part the supporting surface is trallsrtati..nJ..ill must inevitably 1
.: S lost had not been offered by anyone the death! oC nine officers and seamen' city plant had become crossed with
and the craft settles
: lower this disappear and makes three distinct
recommendations else| an-1 that he thought it the only and the severe injury of twelve others j the telephone wires and in catching
principle constantly operating to maintain :
" t adequate solution (>f the problem how A uIaI'fll1rt of inquiry was at once the latter Finley was badly burned on
'. a perfect level for the shell at a a railroad should In t-onfinwl I
I ;- given distance above the surface of the to the business of transportation and best to control public comi
. ; water. The boat can: be steered around l>e barred from investing in set-unties j The Recount Still Delayed. and it i i" rumored that their rei ort will i across the net work of wires and it

1 "' the sharpest-curves at high evd. and of other transportation .. :obf'tlt the explosion was (":tUSl.tllJy i
si ronipanl e\- j Notwithstanding that the appellate was a half hour before his body waj <
.. y' when this is done there is no los uf (...l't as these are feeders or provide j division in Brooklyn voted three to two a flare bark from one of the eight inch \ removed. Finley was a son of Hon.

I equilibrium, but the stern skids as do through routes. that W. -IL Hearst is entitled to have guns. j
.J e I Charles Finley, secretary of the Florida
the rear wheels of an automobile. Second that it I 1- contrary pubiir the ballot INxos oj' 'neil and the ballots Catholics Hold Convention.The .

Ij r Mr. Hewitt hit UIKMI this principle policy and illegal; for railroads t<> ('( n-countcd in the mayoralty contest of sixth: annual convention of the State Senate, and a grandson of

t ,; for water craft while working 0:1 a machine trol o.niin'ting lines. In-I IIH": ;, Mayor MKMellan applied for a American -deraticn of Catholic Societies I the late Gen. Jesse J. FiBtey, of the

It' 1' for the navigation of the air. lie Third that the issuance of Fcmrith writ of prohibition from the Manhattan was held in In,'i-napoK ImL. i: Confederate army. His body was

; : believes that the problems of lioth should IK regulated.It I division of the court, which held commencing July 13. *| lit Sco delegates i j sent to Lake City his father's home

-{ aerial'aud water navigation may be Is asserted: that the various issues that them were defects In the law represented a imirskp of for Interment.
I f" worked out along the same lines. The of storks and Iwinds for IlarrimauVojierations which made it desirable to refer thc 'juMM), located in forty-thai- state --- -----

I highest speed lie has attained with his have vastly rnridicd the whole question of its constitutionalityto and territories Porto US.-o. Hawaii ConstipationFor

. rough working model is thirty-eight firm of Kt'hn. I.'h & .' :
41 Spevial and the there
i the court of appeal This necessitates Philippine' IslandMany notedCatholic constipation is nothing quit-
y miles: an hour but he says be is willing I" given to the Alton deal in I another delay in ale execution of clergyman were in attendance so nice as Chamberlain's Stomach an-!

1_ jl to guarantee that he can build a boat l which Harriman Is said to have injfted I t the law. including JIgr. DSomede FalconK Liver Tablet They always produce .t
.t IW or :'00 feet long that will go tifty- gig:;';'W.("M of water. The report !j delegate to the United States, i' pleasant movement of the bowels without
five miles an hour While San Francisco's New Msyor.Coincident any disagreeable effect Price25cents.Titii .
possibilities: admits however, that the Ilarri- who tore to the delegates the blessing

-. 3 of much higher speed than this are min jh,Iic> has. Nrn one (>f steady If with: the announcement of Pi-pv Pins X. '-:tore.not .ville Pharmacy and Banner Drum

.... claimed by exerts wbo have given 1 betterment for the vari.,;:s pmtertf! from the district i attorney that the

.: the matter close examination. I brought. 'r his 'ontrof!l. large sums i "reign of the big stick was at an end

being ..ndc.! In :San rrancio." the oard of
' Kites Fly For Science. I : psp inarrytng out ongireering : supervigors -
., i works and keg-plug n iuiiv fl.vti-d Hr HI ward I:. Tt'inr1Ilayc.r
t Word conies from Hyde Park, Mass.. Do suffer
till the
ineut I to out unvxpiml term e
r that blue Hill olnfervatory that .
of Sruiuitz. Ur. wbo i is ft'll!
Taylor, wilh
,- place will so u U' the scene of the I President Denies Fieet Order. i severe
known in the w -st as a lawyer an.I i
niort extensile kite Hying t'xllt'rillil.'llS -
writer and as lean of th Hasting- ;
r. \ ever conducted bl>l'rka. The expcricionts j I statement reganiing the firm fri '!>I- '
Law $ 'II.I .r the ruiv Titj "f' :ti.Ifcilia. :
.. : ; will!\ lx' in::!U> s-imnltanorry! I. ship amid g'NNl UlI'lt'r"ftlIfHn:: existing'betveei ; when
a-o t'M,1; his tl.- r-1 ;I. ah; + N
t ,tip"... and In conjunction with' similar tli;;:::s. the United :ttt":4 lUll Japan y
wiiiii.' lie 5ii Irs' :
. n prn'1'in.:11: t' \
( .. either by kites or b: !!'it,ns tf' U made i after the intcTTk-w uitbtlminll Ya- ... .
tvf.'rai w rk for HNiy yens ri.i! .unisis :
< at more than twenty other stations j; lr shh Tit K," evrtt antb >r- ;
i to jeiVB! th>*) cit! > a i ;i--ii";>pta'iadiM'.iistRilion. !
; throughout the world. Tic phcnwatua ized the statement that at no. tim had :. .

r7 of the upper sr: will lie studio"i I tLori1nt..'ii any nlvr to the navy tJ-- '.

: anti esiH-cial attention given to clout! : l:1rtlDf'llt ft' send the battleship fleet iI j jto Bankhead Elected Senator.

r'. movements. the ol jtvt Iving to rakemeteorology I the Partric. He said that the! i ii iseheme i ..,.....!i::; tI" "i:; "r' tho : .'. .. 1

au exact science and t-. i simply tttml oat in what I \Ilblw at t'wr j riii.-ri: +. .h! ,. '--_ .: i

t. formulate rules; if possible, that will } particulars; nr batth>ships u:nin- tci j tniv La-.!i" -t .1 i-. .

l I'ennit tie forecasting of the weather I I f oct ho: tluf ii v. ;..; iuNsi-.i.-d! I.t.: i John II. inkiiiad! t-> sutti-s.-t L ; I"I
-: with as nuch certainty ?u.! accuracy j tlicy sluwKl K0:1 a anise! early in i||I ienat' Monraa in the Ult"II.11: >" ::.: i.' tgpe M4NK

f I as the" forecasting: of tvnoaii'-cl :i the fall: that tbt'v : ni'i: gf.. tV I':: i iclfic. It-inklHtttl! st-n'tvl tn tornlit: thhonse. !:-- 'toer Will Cure You

\t events. Some: of the t.I l -ervatio2s will I nt that their tlesiioeti,,'! !t.1 Int'a s lI'f ':itfl i iTl tli!)'. : .' The liver is the main-spring fr the whobodv.. To

..1. l'e made ui.->:t the wvan in diflfea-ut 1N..t.t 1"1 t'1"il1t't1.! and hw;" : I eUt-tion by II. 1*. Hobsoii.Campaign good health, one mu.-t kep the liv-r in #>oU order. To Uo ->.
/ : parts of the world. The kites are iiatueiise that the 11':111" f.- flrs: ;'iul't'nver ,:".... Expenses Limited, a regulator is iv'U.-d. tferbine will put y.iur iivi r in the con

r. a'fti.r the l..>x pattern and started 1a'foro the dl,WlI.iffl1 n,trrnt the 4'n\u. lit she has signal; thamendiag .- I dition it should be and you will nut stiffer from hcadas lira.

; exert Mid1 h tretuend s pulling force JUIt:1Ul'' l'iii..lti..n aros .. ,
i : the: New York jH-iiai 'N! A
: II that in a high wind they will easily Japan has cnetl; tint tn! Japanese i as tv I liiiiit the t.:5I\'ae: : "f caii' l .... POSITIVE CURE .
x lift lw pounds.EXECUTIVE. ; citte-n* arrested fur making skf ie:-'-. I '
) j for p'iUKtr.' :>:e. The uia.\.: :-i.i- .d, FOR CONSTIPATION CHILLS
1 at fort KoHecmn f'al. Lad any official AND 1
\ the case "f ':meHal".r! uo-.en; :
| :'..Hincvtkmvith the Lease goo- T FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA
I I $1Ust' and for any Other vu- -ti\c !

t-rnmeot. tmthtc $.iX"0" for tong ess or pr--. AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.

tial: elector $..<."'. fax state ....11.1: ,? I

V ..'-. Use of Chemicals In Food. I POLITICAL i iI i j S2AH for 'mrnlan: : fw .. Has Done A World
I Of Good.
1 The department of agriculture has i for any It eblic tiller in county f''i\. ..,-
promtl!: :itI regnlatious; : guveniiag; the I I ; villas ".1knt t..tlI! inn-.i'MT: I I Mr. C. I). Ph.M-y.! ; MarbUFalls.. T' xas. writ.-s: "I have
r use of K-nzoato of sofa and uYl'hnr Congress to Let Tariff Alons.' list ,, ,.. IIt'rhine and
t j votes at the election i-rL ": I u: -u :: find it th- Wt liver corrective I havt
I en'f
fumes a-* i.nH'rviti\ of fruits and 1 "I"vv '-nie ttill:' conclusion after ; r OJI iMn $:..1>. und $:: additional for .M i '.; ', tried. It done my family a.- well as myself a world of good,

other fO'II.I. In !ic,-riliiice with the | the talk today that there will lie no j; Wi votes in excess of r, and I coiniof-nd it to all uuv.. friundj. I never; sufler. from
of law food hl.ial.1ach: : anymore.7'
provision that products .. I
revision f the tari.T until after the|
i shall not contain substanws which I 50c WILL Bl'Y
s next: |'r.-sidential ejection. It would ;; y
lessen their wholosomrnesw orders r :
t were r INDUSTRIALi
IH suicidal to the Keputilinm party to ,
is>uetl that uo dnijr. chemical or harm- _
; undertake a revision of the tariff at Ballard Snow .
tlt.! ful or deleterious dye or preservativeshould :, the next ,'s.i'm i t.f congn-ss.: After tlw j I i Girls Seek Co.

# lv nved. These regulations etii! ':i it will!: Iv d' ue." Thus pokv Suffraje.:; I L 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS MO.
t For the Erst time! in \tIl"ri. aon
1 were temporarily withheld owing; to I
Senator n"i'kin* of Illinois to the reporters -
i strong protests from certain quarters. veution of organizivl w.-rkiu; ;; \\ "IL"' .
who met him at Oyster lay ;
.i\ The statement now issued permits the -I exclusively: : has met and gone oa mord I
after a long; conference with I'r "' !
firJ use of common salt, sugar wood 1 | Koosvvelt. I for iual suffrngThis tx-curn-d Sold and Recommended by

ill' smoke, potable distilled liquors and I j. at New York last week wln'n the women -
A A Radical; Tammany Programme. ; faf"tol'workt> of Pennsylvania. Titvisvillo; IFMi-arinaey
condiments and. pending: further in- j I'I'I axid
.. Tectisration. the use of saltpeter. Two resolutions proposed and advo-i I New Jersey.. New York and Conuevii Banner Drug: Store



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: failure was credited largely to the failure

r k -r. of a rich Mexican correspondent.

h Big Rush to Cjrope. Nerve 'Ap r

: All the steamship lines are doing a .

1T record business: In travel to Europe: .

t '9tt'LR 4 s: : ..i the lines being sold out Into August: Sick .
4 ;
and the
+G total of passengers; In the first
t .fx half of 'this year being 43,10 more .,... ,t

e.- than dUring the first six months of last Ifveak, worn-out, 11 1':!
4 -
i year The greatest increase Is In third
class. nervous, cannot sleep; .!t--

have indigestion head- ., .,; .;
4 Bankers!! Aft r Express Men. ,

TiItIA11 ifroiWeekr ache neuralgia or periodic ,
The express companies of the United ,

States Lave beeu called to account be.fore pains, it is because .

the commerce commission by the weak. It .Ii-
5 s your nerves are
_ ,... .t American Bankers .'
0" ,:: association for -
? Mrs. \Magill last May. The Magill The popnkrtion qf the countries favoring "unjustly and illegally encroachingupon ; is the lack of nerve force 1- .

w. I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I family are wealthy and expect to makea aggregates 8O-t.OOO.OOO and that the Il"itimatefie.1 of the banks." that makes the stomach, j

desperate fight, believing In the of the countries against the proposition They are also charged with using their heart lungs etc. work #

f>> mans Innocence although the state ,, although; Professor De nfluence as common carriers to discriminate f

Jail For Trust Magnates. Is said to be In the possession of proof laartens of Russia took occasion to re against members of the imperfectly become sick. 1 1

'U.g-; Twenty-three prominent members of that the former wife was pokoned. mark that the majority of Population bankers' 3soociatlon.11: this say Dr. Miles Nervine cures .j

the lumber trust, the brick combine The main defense of Magdl and his would stand vastly against the proposi- the bankers is a departure from the the sick when it restores t

: and bridge trust at Toledo 0., who young wife are letters signed by the lon! were the 400000000 credited to purposes: for which the express companies .

1[ were sentenced to -lx ,months in the first" Mrs Magill expressing her intention Chi;a left out. This victory is credited were chartered. nerve strength, and puts ..

: workhouse and nine others to pay a committing suicide and her lardy; to the aggressive attitude taken Havana Strike Ended. the power behind the organs r

fine of $1000 each. for admitted violations desire that Fay Graham, who had been bv Mr: Choite. who. despite the op Both the cigar trust and the inde- to do their work. .

r ,.: of the Ohio living with his family, should lie depended position of British and Russian dele- pendent: cigar manufacturers of Cuba !

I : antitrust law upon to take her place The gtes demanded a vote. lave agreed to pay all wages in "Almost three year I suffered from 1 i iI
. state Is to show that thee The British delegation has introduce nervousness indigestion and palpitation .
prepared to carry expected -
American money thus ending; the of the heart. I could not eat or 1 t. ;
the contest letters were forged. The holy of the f'1 a proposition for the limitation of strike. All the tinkers were reinstated.EDUCATIONAL sleep with comfort, or walk or talk ....
dead has been armaments: although most of the European without suffering Altogether I "was
to the higher woman exhumed, and in a bad condition. iy doctor did not .. ,
courts Becausethe the vital organs are under examinationby powers retard it as academic seem to do me any good. I had tried .
workhouse chemists The British proposition requests the I I bo many remedies that I did not have ,
much hope of any of them doing me ,
Y was for the time Guilty Black Handers Spared. conference to confirm the: resolution any good. Dr. Miles' Nervine was ;
suggested by a friend. I got relief _
: a adopted! by the first .
t being quarantined peace congress
The jury at New Orleans. La., before To Educate Deaf Children. from the first, and after a few days ;
on account To Disobey Hague Conference. 1 felt like a new person. It not only
of smallpox w hich four men and two women. members The New York city board of education relieved my heart and nerves but 1 ;

of the Black Hand society, accused Contrary to the finding of The Hague his decided to establish a free has Invigorated my whole system. I
; there the am very grateful because since I have
Y' of murder were recently tried conft'l"en't.'Il'zuela his intimated public school for the education of deaf stopped using It, I have had absolutely <--
execution of 1
: sentence -
't I was deferred returned a verdict of "guilty without that she will not pay the -52000000 children This, action Is in pursuanceof no return of AIRS my old HOWARD trouble.FORD -

capital punishment" which means that debt claimed by Belgian creditors In the report of its committee on elementary 60 Summit Ave., Worcester, Mass.

? ten days. the Jury desires a life sentence in the the chamber of deputies at Brussels schools which stated, that a Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your

The guilty men penitentiary for each. This verdict is Foreign Minister \\ignon confirmed school for deaf children was eatmly druggist who will guarantee that the .
are all wealthyand first bottle will benefit. If it fails, ho
said to have caused much popular dissatisfaction ,- this report from Caracas and added practicable as a part of the system of : will refund your money. -

Mayor Whitlock In the prominent commercial the prevailing opinion being that no efforts would be spared to protect public education and advised a pnparatory Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind : I t'

and social life of the Golden Hule that the death penalty should have the interests of the creditors course of two to three years Invoice

V CtIn lighting punishment Judg-? been inflicted. It is denominated a Tried to Kill Fallieres. training; to be followed by the -- .. i'

Morris said that the only effective prostitution of justice', and threats of An attempt to take: the life of President pupils as far as possible: by a regular ..

remedy which society could employ to lynching have bcgn freely made. Fallieres of France was made on course of tudv-. Including: manual The J;Val..ahk Set Df }*cM and ON/-
F training William Building Books nr hl>lu""l.
therepublie's fete day, when Leon Maxwell city
prevent unlawful combinations of cap Woman Murderer Freed.
ital was a vigorous enforcement of the Governor Vardaman of Mississippi Maille a naval reservist fired two superrntendent. in speaking on the subj'l.t RUDDER :.

las to the letter" shots at the chief magistrate while said that there were probably .
f has granted an unconditional ardou riding in a carriage toward the about loo deaf children in Manhattanwho HOW TO BOOKS
Mayor Whitlock this
J commenting on to Mrs. Angie Birdsong of lontlct.'lIlJ.Lawrence ,
sentence said it was a hopeful of the I.ongchamp. where he had were not eing cared for or Over taro boats have been built from the lines
sign who shot and killed
i cated in any institution The beard printed in these books Successfully sailed m }
a higher conception of public duty and Dr Thomas II Butler her family physician reviewed the garrison in the presenceof oil arrange to give school every clime and un every sea -fun detal -- :J ,
a determination on the part of the and 150.WiO oople Maille did not resist accommodations drawing: of all parts, showing what it is and
people and
friend convictedof
was to at least 175; pupils at the how t>> nuke it--Tex*extremely simple
to hold men high and low equal the crime and sentenced to five arrest buT refused to give any rca start.

l before the laws. It al:'o showed amore ears' sons for his act except: to say that be HOW TO BUILD. A RACER FOR $50
j imprisonment at bard labor Williams to Have New President. K font_..ilbi..t L.r. .earl 1e Mild.fumed mil hiiwecp. _
delicate moral sense; existing today Several petitions from organizationsof wan the victim of many villainies f'Ml tartug bat for a.../to kara toe tunnn.i..

which recognizes the pectable women and also of men were received home thought the nnn was ins:me. The trusiee> of WillIams college; hive HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA r
aun.lunetd that President far beet far .'t-r..:,a aa.l' or knortaur shout b
and facile crimes of cunning to be by the governor protesting This incident strengthened the determination : Henry Hopkins Minn i--V) t'..l...-nmkfnl;......' I'nil '
of ....... ...
of the the institution has tendered his -V. fuiiJ. |*tai evmpickoillooal&
quite as odious as the vulgar and against interference with the course government to stop
resignation. to take effect in June HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
clumsy crimes of force and violence of justice. the propaganda of the antimilitaristgroup \ot ........fnl ra..,... 'biw
: m* Boer intfott : a prtIUI
and a finer conscience which holds it which lately has made great *>?>. Professor Harry .\. Girneld. ..T m AMna. Uu and Australia easy i9 build ; ma*
Railway Officials to Chain Gang. son of the late President James A. i. amw.tliHOW f i
to be quite as bad t9 assault many progress among the soldiers themselves TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH t
helpless men with a statute in orderto District Passenger Agent James II .V number of theM mm wen Garfield! a Illiams alumnus and at simpl and pr**'.,l s-...."* how totonatract aided
Wood and Ticket present occupying the chair of olitics hall l.r...... ".m...} .le.erlatberpiaot. M
Agent O C. Wilson
take away their liberty as to fell arrested for hissing the soldiers in the .

one man with a slung shot for the same of the Southern railway have been sentenced prt '.'.:,: ion at the time the shots were at Princeton. 1mln rslty. has been tho- HOW A ear Tn alt BUILD.. '.. ..A ramn KNOCKABOUT.: ....L good ratlin '.soeaee
purpose. at Asheville N. C. to the chain tirt'1.i ten to sue('lr..1 President Hopkins ;a.L.r. ....1..0.10: I...,.....Iu. ..t.... ; '

gang for thIrty days for selling rail- I Professor Garfield has accepted the appointment HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DiAUGMT SLOOP
lii l\\
Oil Trust. Denies Conspiracy.The i One Million Plague Victims A rkrr h:tic MI! Kg boat,with moderate overoamfi*<
way tickets at a rate of more than 2V* W8aI&wI ..11...
I lit turns of deaths from the
Standard Oil his entered plague;
company cents per mile The trial of the bouthirn HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
a general denial to the charger of railway' and T. H (Green ticket ill huH:1h.1W the appalling total orIJlliO.II. e I Easy In t"riel... OTOTIII.ntf attach!; the naf'for a bujto

conspiracy, stilling competition and accepting agent, ou the same charge has beenundl'1" i for ttyvK:: months ended What Do They Cure bekm TO nit li;BUILD aa tie bunt A"o'n.MOCEL rhr.plrenartdaupettraindHOW YACHT '

rebates bv' the June "<.I. The monthly total is at -
preferred federal present .. .
way at Kaleigh It was expert: A-ompk-t dnmptxw of b >w to build a UKiJel;ux
The above often asked
de< TV;ismg. however the death roll:! question is concerning ] slid wnl ill wd .< awka.PRICE .
of .
department justice Int. Louis ed that all
the accused men would be Ur. Puree's two leading mciii-
last November The contention N I released through the issuance of a writ for June 1-eing plicenl at (5Knj Tht. vines, "Golden Medical Discovery" ind"fcavonte $1.
total for the first six months of that,; Prescription." EACH
made that operations prior to lsit>. of habeas )
corpus from the federal PBEP IO BY c-pacss ANV Hcne
The is that "Golden Medical
alreidv .:isses that for the entire answer
when the parent ofetv Jersey urj
company courts. Discoverv is a most potent alterative or Bound in cloth I:oul lelt..inil-Si.c; : of pagi
was formed. should lint In made Indicted 1,524 Counts. twelve months of 1Mil. when l. i the subject of :\llIinatln l. f 11t.'lfildl'ulalls on .'(":> elletl l This total is the highest and acts especially favorably in a curative

made, however tint the eoai. The federal grand jury for the west ever recorded previms to the: recent way upon all the mucous lining; stir THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
Tennessee district has handed up n faces as of the nasal passage. throat. } MUHBA-: STREET New YORK. USA
pany in 1STC. had pl'dal! rates from year bronchial tubes stomach, bowels and
mammoth indictment containing 1.521counts :: V'nd postal Catalogue of Book forprove
the Erie and XYurk Central and Russian General l Assassinated blajde using a large per cent. of catarrhal -L.. 111.,:.; J.sav: _. *
each count a Mpirati indictment ca ,i 'ht'thf'r disease affects the
that a 1110nvI"of: pipe lines frumw'stern Ie
V dispatch from I
in itself all aimed at the Mand Vle\indroiH.. Russia I nasal pa 'as .s. the t 1at, larynx, bronchia -
Pennsylvania eiiableel it to fix ltd nit '''I'Pl1lY. Should the miler date of lulv 1i:. dl'serile s stomach as catarNijI I dyspepsia),
ra tt'Mf trau-iwtati on the r:1 iI- l.tlmplUII the death of Cl'1l'ral1ikl1U1t1ff bo web: t (as mi\>u;m wrrKi>o. bladder. bk
the n.-xiiiium
on each in uterus or other ic Fiyn ins
road dttmcut: the tilted States treasury t ro1t} the f'xpltliolIf, a lior:;!'i hronil" )Wt... i.orglTr.. ...... <

Unwritten Law In thrown at his ("-lrriall:'. He was I r :. i
Maryland.The would be the richer by over ;>:;0.OtkI.C4MI.> one I r -< nf? ..
of the most pu turesque! clun<-ftrs In jn" nrr. ..
acquittal of Mrs Mary II Bowie I ..
'rh' .
i- :m"rit P c"ri"t'I.'I" fc: alya'
and her :son; II 'un'. at La Plata Md. Iussla I and one of its most r1thI't'wtitlnary !'ss for (/I., {" 'r.' f f.1..rtse .. t"It:? ; ,' e..rt ..i.o ERRYS

of all blame for the admitted murder I t FOREIGNAgainst I Ii ; ottU'ltly l' sessiu; inui'h :....., rmr '!" '''" u.t 1)' '.. Wi11Ir.

e If llultert Posethe man who hailrefuxrl of the eruelty characteristic of the I .'-:" it;..i. 1.1t...:.:.:..!:.! fir l\.',;,m..e.r:.Iv_ stIce t

Tartar ru-e t.> whuh he lil'Iottgetl.COMMERCIAL 01. powerful yet g'niTy acumtg 1I1\'bVrafr Seeds
to marry the daughter; of Mrs i War For Debts. I II lag; tonic anti norvme For \H'akoro..

Bowie after seducing her. was anothervictory out. over.vvorlvd vvmifn-no matter what ., their worth at harvestI
I Ihenienem plan fur resorting toI has cau-\i the bnak-down. "Fav' for the "I'nwritten Hvv: The );
tune \fttro\eruivv of
I arbitration U'fore truing! to war to .ol- I I iI wili hr' found 01(11( ,'Ifl't."I' years
verdict teas remitted 1.thl'. jury mtive successht
11"l.t! the delfts claimed by a citizenagainst in buiUm up thstrmgth. r" ?uat: .:!12I arc pronounced
m 1mtl's after getting the C.IM. I the womaniv fuiutiuiis. suiiduui paUl tl:- \f--- aid surest bcaref1
The counsel for the defense llepietentitive I : a ft.rdu i>ovver ln> lie-en discu A World Theatrical Trust !I It.mham and bringing all\l1t: a healthy vigorouscondition I p:antcrs everywhereour'
'>bvd br the arbitration suNominitUe' | of the wh.tie svstem deal.rls them.
Mutld, frankly appealed tn .\ I.. TrHpsrer and his .. I 1907 Seed
eif the i>e': \tr conftnlice at The asair- I A book of particular wraps each b the!
the higher lacy, annnng for "the -uJ'n'mI'.r il'te: in the sti called theatrical trust. giv m; the formula of rn'dicine, and I I free on request
lIa11l' ('nt'ral I'ortt
; explained that whit of -d ".11. n Kin JC l O., Mick.
qiMtmz sires eminent n!'
law .
of writtenon
the indelibly '.\"bic- .
fi :
Hit of the
'r'ttm- major part
1 jit applied !'ouIl'Ito t".Outmdual d, bts Kai auth..r.h...s.. works are t..jI.I.t..l i ; _
the! quick iKMtuig heart over tV j land not to o-svs of dun?.** for injury .\lwrk:1ll stair.:: line organized; a !I i by ph>sitiansof all the <*'harlsut prai 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE
l'oll' type e f the statute, IK-O k.: This' ) to n.ilt'llt alicjs Thus hoan! 1'I'-I.I-'H: "fl11H.rlti.'n f..r tt... ltmtr- am'l': i In rr"'rihin:;. say of eaet. I: isgnli'Mit .

'I.l- la.t'lll1ptl1 the fart tlut the faiailj ] : chm'if all the : eiitcruig into the s I the taxpayers v;ultl hive to the --.- .
pay words of pram l" stovv.ii th
"l1Bnllllt! .: of the : i .un
is the -I1U< :r pry (1111- !
tlie :
j < v)sH of war to until an iiidivilual a- I several. m n'.lu'nts entering; into 1..t..r t
u\\'altb" and that the protection 4tthe {I lIe callel attention to the fact that for nI'iupal the j i i 1 P'ierce's mt-dicm:. \>\ !such vvnt.r... ,ia..uJ: I
family and th lioiior of the women with halo m"r" w.izht than allY :t.mnll11t. of
(, the lint tithe theentiitor ..
.id ele'otornitlttlis ., .
natural ml M'iiuaI fed- non prllr..illllal it7 timlirllai-; .1.- '
area I of the world hall belli l.rl.ubtto.tht.'f ; "< t of such men an wr.tuts for th' all.iI-uc': i : 1':
tore of the law in this land"Ready : 1.1 frieuilv 1'luI'rl'lt'l' 1. :... ) ultimately tontr th"ir medical brethren and kuvIlt..rtv"
tl :- <.! hiis and they .(Jf'a k.
For the Summing UpS I \eu/uel.i pn""'entwl an Ulll'1IUI\lt : larth DESIGNS
m'-ilirim-s ron-alcoh'lic. lIon-
K>I;e>r than was e'-jpoi.te after the future of arbitritioti :: \. 'r( on time \nier form nz drugs. heir: l\mI'.cJ of cIYl'.rh' 4t'I, :'? a ;ketch and de'crl"!...r may 5
('U> I'tllt.. rebuttal in the trial c-f U DHivvvotrd I : fI 111df.i: ,ts n nr i i 1'.1.1"-n free! I\"II'r an
rt Boise for the mareVr ofMtunchbeTg lit cam itee' 01 maritime' w iri innnfht"l t ': an i-l.:n. anti t.\tracb..f the risit, .>f native. AtJlt.rklfImt'l1il'inal '.'.'vi. ':,' n .r Sum pile in.iMft. ( .,n.niunK'a4trict -.

and the defense rented the nrst definite -oI1l'u"1! ; oi I .. e,"i".' .hllv forth fnr..t plants They an both .t..::*,...... .;f"i- ,; 11t:..:.Jllnr1lJntJr.III'atent-l., ..v torour.Ig peentteat
'' 'II,1 i tiv d ilt'rs in nn o i 'iw'. Y .HI i cant
taken tlu
iY uth A
thus eleiriug the tray for the Monuiingup :; the conference vvlwa the a .a.,tat il"1 i ol ;'oCl'Io. //I: dweioilii atT"M 'to .u....'mtt .ia ..-U''i!" I'm' ..f ,11 ; : !i .Jl "t. rtttlve"Sckntific
; ::. ,: i. > lit of thevaudeville th{ ,.v. mt-d:,',m uf usiti"ii
Tlt:ite hid nitlcMVoretl to diIose -*. Keil ( n.Ks regulitions to the '(. iul iI ,tni1- .r s Kiinvn t: >nii flnkfican. '
j I : i'" r t.. ,'t";' I. an.r..t nos'riml I
c-f the alic.u t\l i-crscni'I ii'oMve ofVn jof naval warfare WI"'l'tl. 'I 1 ii. ,'. .:.4.c' .. IP- 1'1..r.', .. ,
j j't..t; 'mall.1 ';i ztr-"i .n/> i, I I .. .
\ Pip iues This A :astrnt d w i I rir
' against :'u'uiu'iilHirg: I;v citingrtTon's use of wir-k''s4 teIC;T: |)av' on htrs,.;tal 1 '' .I ist. takt d- tana.': :ti.d ia- f: i vv >
tint HK' :iissin hailsoli j i' !illps Is to lie IHTIillUetl. 'Xr: .' fact l'e<:ir:.. 'ivrat; tumach !iv"r and [J\J\\e:", : tt. il -n J
; to prone -
I .VnotluT deeisive for theViiic'ian / known W h a n I rt1Ullll & CQ,361Broadaay. A
) b.s intueM in the IIirtule mine a vnton j Ii I i Ite11 JWkI
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cfon- the 1 ibor tio.!ble-s in Idilio Ileltacee. I ele'legntion teas st-o 'erl wh+'uift -. r-7 1 A'TY.\. Y e r I ,
vote was taken in the eruuutiitee tm i ";:q.Y of Chit a e. -
\\ F. I'a\"l" amid otter wit- I

i,!'sses fur tIll' defense weie l'll.ltrlt1l"t-! thc (},'m"'a ce>uv 'ntit>n on the flr"11l1.i.; Abraham L. Erlangtr. counsel fur t' 1 i K ILL YhE COUCH '
> ion to make private propertv ,Ito" :i trust sailed! I I
c i I. and hir'ts of innurv w ere pnf AND CURE THE LUNGS
'nvd ig:u i-t Mart. The question (.f : inviolable in t'n.e! e>f War. The TOVL. for 1:111'.111Tbt! n.\\ or':::ini/.: -
i ste> nl nation will <-..ntn.l not only the tLt-aur- I --
< :rchudi:, was rli".t bv : twentY-oIl' > in tarot to I
stitthieiit tint his crawHatlH'r was insine ,- t-ieven acainst the .\men'"in proiKsal the lays and actors throughout: Lit V\.Tri! ur King'sev

; tho favoble{ ... n'jK> and America .
and liven to telhnz tales of 1mfcjfvirv i- o .America (ler

.1 cnnit.*. !Uniiiv'. \n.tria-llulIry.. Mviterliiul Failure cf The aud Bros. I (

Case.I'n"ll..rkk Tukt'Y.t'.ll'n., Norway. Den The brut of (cvmuii sion UI T('bantsLnt Say M. w Ibeasbig :'jrra' TMAGICCWH1TE <, Discovery
The Magill Poisoning .
I mark Hollind Belgium. Luxeiubu : u t
u wn is the oldest\ in New \orkThebaul .
II :MaJill. cashier of elru'1 i !':i. BruiL I'ruguay, Ecuador I5ros. give the business SOAP. i OSSL'MPTION Price
Earner National hank of Clinton 111, Iliitl n"minka. China, clam and I\r world a shock toy assigning; for the Rut Ma';ic on So:td partleace'hen in

and his vounc seeont1 wlf>. Fay Mi. I sta. aid thl) <' against, Great Bntair t-cucnt of creditors, with liabilities to w Awe blck.1\'IIt r one:? hour.if Nebo you use;..-. MV.ICHITfc nl' "' *su .. d",'. OLDS Free Trial.

gill. hive civen theniM'lves up to the I Fmuv, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Mou plae-vd at $ (("WW' and as..eta at ore SO\l". WI.llron e.Ha" magic has Co rosin! Guaranteed: for all THROAT and

authorities: at Sau Iliet CaU volui- ', ne nt. Japnn. Mexico. Colombia, Sate itt e'IIfM+0 The private fortune of the Eke in yellow soap Get l"'ur. .'r1.'er. to order LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
Illinois to face tincharge I cr send \:s ii ty for I box >1 1'* >c rages: :
tartly returning to ,actor and 1'unnia family is said not to be Involved. The I We par for eiiht Site the wrahyen, I BACK.
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r THE FLORIDA STAR EXTESSIOS TROUBLES Mrs. Gertrude McKleman. than the naval authorities at Key need not despair because of this set.1

West. back. .
Continued from page L. .
ti EnteredatthepoetobtceatTiturvilleasecond 15. The secretary of the navy has
; -class mail matter. a definite understanding had been r written to the company for an explanation CoL Isaac H. Trabue aged 79. founder -
of Punta Gorda, died at Dawson
reached and it was left to the com- and the true reasons will
J Sale 8.Water, Cdltorand Publisher. Springs, Ky.. Tuesday morning. Col.
mandant of the Key West station tout then be given. The reasons published
Trabue had been in failing health for .1
;- this agreement in form. How- in article
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OBNINO yesterday your are not some time and a month ago he went ..
_ I when this submitted The commandant did drawup -,
ever, agreement was true. not to Dawson Springs, thinking the water -
*.. = It must be clearly understood! that neither to the officials of the railroad the agreement as therein stated. there would benefit him. The funeral ".
: Tax: STAB nor its editor is responsible for e-
opinions expressed by correspondents.The company for their'signatures, it was The article is an unjust reflection on was held at Frankfort, Ky., his ; 4..

------ found that several changes had been the naval authorities and doubtless old home. Col. Trabue leaves large i: t

verdict in the Haywood case made, the most serious of which provided I the work will be resumed when the property interests In Punta Gorda and it" ,

is expected in a day or so and then that the railroad company railroad company are in condition to probably was the town's best known -
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Boise will drop back into oblivion should replace any material removed, I do so. There is no friction and we citizen. ...1"

not at the points at which it was
pJ' without so much as a plunk.
taken, but within the bulkheads or .,-,. i retaining walls of the proposed torpedo rilftIlttlill
The most remarkable story that
r j. station. Wjf r 6i
f r has been sent from Washington re- "Further, the agreement: provided i\\

cently of a political character is that that all of the dredging and other {l7tmli. liit.W '"

Mr. Bryan and :Mr. Hearst are work- operations in Key West harbor shouldbe :f.'.: ; : :::: I" rt Its i iiI

ing together. It has been the understanding under the direction of the com- f{ a
that they were unfriendly mandant of the Key West naval sta- /

s. and that Mr. Hearst was bent upon tion."The !// ,

-t preventing Mr. Bryan's nomination. penalty placed by the commandant lilrtt't f I L
of the local station for non- i if
4 4
to restrictions
agreement was 1
s W. J. Bryan has made a public
the immediate cessation of all workin t
V statement in which he declares that MOTHER' AND DAUGHTER I u c L w
the harbor, and as the railroad
government ownership of railroads PRAISING PE-RU-NA.
Company could not see its way clearto
is not now an issue in the politics of n jfns. GKliTKUDE McKlERNAN, i
t a payment of heavy usury on the ...
., 11.216 :Neosho street, Emporia, Kas.,
and and
the country cannot wisely
loan of the mud from the banks nor writes:
I* properly be made such in the campaign the the
to placing its work under "I suffered very much with a severe
k s of 1908. This is in exact ac- direction[ of any parties save its own cold in the head and was always complaining I 1

cordance with his Madison Square officials, there was no alternative except of feeling tired and drowsy. I \ 1I
When my mother suggested and insisted
ate speech, in which he stated that gov- to cease operations. on my taking a few bottles ot
ernment ownership would become an "Just what the outcome will be I Peruna, I did so, and in a short time I Tj1r
felt like a new person.Iy: mother 1I
am unable to say, but it is hardly
issue unless the railroads submittedor
,i' praises it very highly and so do I."
possible that any further work will
Confidence in
were subjected to reasonable reg- Pe-ru-ra.
ulation and control. be done on this end of the line until Ir8.1.. F. Jones, Burning Springs, r
after the road is finished to Knight'skey Ky.,writes: I

4't and in full operation to that \Ve have been using Pernna for some ANDO
The Tallahassee time and have no hesitancy in
pension department point; certainly not before that recommending !
it for the thousand
'j is the busiest of any at the time." ailments of humanity. and one !

'state house now. The recently enacted "From a personal test shall not hesitate -

I. ': law allowing pensions to many Capt. Beehler's Statement to recommend it, especially* to all

f: r who were not eligible under the old Capt. Beehler, commandant of the suffering"Peruna women.has gained full confidenceand

k law, will increase the pension roll by Key West station, denies the state a permanent stay in our home."

several thousands. As all returns ment of Engineer Krome as to the A Great Tonic. I For sale by the
Mrs. Anna Linder, K. R. 5, Da- ell,
i have not yet been made it is not conditions which brought about the
Minn., writes: "I took Peruna and am
known how many additional there suspension of the railroad operationsat well. I would n"tbe without that great I INDIAN RIVER

will be,but five thousand blanks have Key West and vicinity. Com- tonic for ten times its coat."

mander Beehler, in an interview in
been sent out upon application. The ; MUSIC HOUSE
the Key West Citizen of last
law provides for the levy of a 4-mill Friday during which time the company was j I ,
says as follows: taking material from the reservation '
tax to meet this
expense. 1. Your report of the suspensionof the commandant on July 11th, madea i TITUSVILLE, FLA.

the work on the railroad, as published final plea to know if the company I\
} It seems Senator Foraker is thankful yesterday's accuses had
paper signed the agreement or not. {
for one thing, and that is because the naval authorities of having caus- 9. July 13th, to the utter amaze- j I

.t he was never nominated for office by ed the work on the railroad terminusat ment of everyone the company wired ,.. ,

p a Democrat. This thrust of the Ohio Key West to cease. that they would not sign the agree- ,

.t.. statesman was probably intended toreach 2. This manifestly absurd. The ment which they had promised to

': the president's most vital part naval authorities have done everything sign. ,

i 1I.. as Col. Graves gave the senator the possible to encourage the work. 10. As there was then no longerany j i '
3. Last May the railroad Happy Colors
company authority for the removal of
t1; opportunity to make the thrust but ; .
i .. if he holds on to the position that he without authority deliberately beganto government property from Fleming: | You know that there are colors which signify sadness others which i
; take material from the U. S. reservation Key the work there had to stop. ; indicate happiness-but do you ever stop to think how often people are
q!', now has it will be to a great extent,
,". '-I at Fleming Key. This is 11. It is impossible to believe that i j made sad or glad because of the colors?
\w. due to the consent of the man whom and could I j You know that children and flowers thrive best in
government property not ___
the railroad company would abandon the sunshine. Why not have more sunshine in
!: a Democrat named for president. be given away by anyone, except by all their work here at Key West sim- own home, then-why not let us show you how to yourS get
0- Therefore, where has he to of I it in the walls by using
r reason an act Congress. No person, not ply because they could not get mate-

.. boast of the fact that no Democrat even the secretary of the navy, could rial from Fleming Key, while there ; .1__ tl "

t :: has ever named him for office? give government property to the rail- i is ample material for their work in !i j 1 ; as 1le l'

t;. road or anyone without the authorityof the harbor which is not quite so convenient ? 'I The Saaitar7\Vall CoatingBy

c Legal Conflict in North Carolina thepeople through Congress. and which would only .cost
0" 4. The railroad officials informed having your walls decorated
were them few dollars .
a more.1'L
'!O' ,4, -- with Alabastine will
l o' There has been exciting times in N you make
of this condition., About the The railroad company have oth- them more artistic, more d;irp -
'itt law matters in the state of North first of June, 19 )j'. Admiral Holliday er reasons- than the so-called interference T.-I able, more sanitary, and will
..\ Carolina the few in make your home a more cheer ,
past days regard
t came from Washington and an agreement of the naval authorities' for t fulplacetolivein. Letusshow -

j:1: .s. : to the operation of the state statute was made by the secretary of abandoning their work at Key W.-'';1 "' 4 you how easy and economical

P:.1. ....'. i, .: against. the railroads and their em the navy authorizing the railroad! for the present. The irregular ; :'- '' ra4A ; ', /1! t ferent Alabastine tints is and, and stenciled how them designs !

'."-'t ployes. Judge Pritchard, of the U. company to take the material from mission; of mails last winter i N. ;>r'"i>- > 1 can be combined

. :.: ; S. court, and the state authorities the reservation at Fleming Key provided ably a great influence in c"n';'.-' t1 duce "exactly" the elect
you want.
that the company would replace the railroad to hasten tht.-CHI'I'; s
: i had a clash in regard to jurisdictior '" "1
'J Porifolio of Alabastine
: in these cases, and the matter i isf : it. of the road to Knights Key ar..l! Prize Designs
;5. It was a great concession to the l Is now read} for your incpoctioa.For .
ftf hardly l conceivable that the ..
f "' bound to come up before the supreme con'a:! : ,
r railroad: to loan them this
company will abandon the extensivevirk; already -:
1 _. court of the United States for deci.-
*> material temporarily, with the
promise complete i at Key We1 --!.
!!: _* ion. Whether that tribunal can set- i that it should be replaced. ;. The naval authorities -
are w--
: tie the question to satisfaction of Sale by EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY
fi. This accepted this COMPANY
. company concession ly not to blame. It impossible:...' f.tithe
-k. the people of North Carolina is another ; and obtained permission to secretary of the nato give the

r...;:'!;1. matter, for it admitted that take material from the reservationat railroad material from the government -

t 1 oro, ._. the state constitution and statutory Homing Key June ith. reservation: but if their work ,

l I. 'a' law affords ample protectionto I 7. The secretary of the navy drew had been conducted a was intended i:L Ball I If..ofi"

:" : every person deprived of his liberty up a wriiten agreement for the railroad l- so that !would incidentally remove Play

company to t--ign in duplicate,
'to .p without due process of law. obstructions in the approaches the

". The Times, of Washington mentions one copy! to be held by the secretaryof proposed: torpedo depot at Fleming '>!C-. "' n.,. __
the navy and the other by the ,
' Judge Pritchard's former Key. it i. highly probable that Con-
connection -
president of the railroad .e
company. would authorize
J '' with the Southern railway a. gress secretaryof A Complete Line ofBASE
: : commandant did not draw up the navy to give that material to
: legal counsel and states that 101-
this agreement as stated in your article the railroad.

, Iieachment proceedings will likely be but he merely transmitted it to 14. The commandant of the naval S .A..UI..I>ING'S

, ,+ preferred before the next congress the railroad company and deliverer I station has gone to considerable

I The state officials of North Carolina it on June 20th, 1907, for the president trouble to assist the company in their

;W claim that Judge Pritchard's of the railroad company to sign. work here at Key West. The mechanics BALL GOODS

I u called injunction proceedings amount 8. While waiting for the companyto I of the station have been almost .

to a violation of the federal statute sign this agreement the commandant constantly at work repairing Carried by

which prohibit a federal court from was assured that the railroad machinery of the dredges and other
The H.
& W.
!( granting an injunction against a company would act in good faith and craft belonging to the road. The relations B. DREW CO.
the This :
4LI sign agreement. agreement between the representativesof
state court. The whole country i is Distributors
was merely a formal contract as : the railroad company and the Florida
deeply interested in the legal con- agreed to by the railroad officials. :I commandant have been exceedingly

1i. flict and there is much speculation as The commandant made frequent inquiries pleasant I and no one is more earnest JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

, 4 to the outcome. and after waiting three weeks for the completion of the railroadiIIiii' Send for catalogue and samples for uniforms

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a FSinbynIL 26, 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 5 ,<

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B Y CONFEDERATE NAVY or civil war burst upon the country the Confederates !

rtt V of New Orleans were prompt to seize Rochester Gas Engines

ifimghtthe good fight. I have fin- OF THE CIVIL WARThe Fort St. Philip and Fort Jackson. On the 2dof ;; i

::. l ay ooone. I have kept the faith. As Daughters of the Confederacy, of Augusts February 1862, Admiral Faragnt sailed inhis

flj: 'io titt rat there is laid up for me a crown of Ga.,award a gold medal annually to staunch frigate the Hartford to take com- HEW DESIGN : i .

a wliee which the Lord, the Just Judge, shall he pupil in the high schools of that city com- mand of a naval expedition intended to capture :

s. .- New Orleans. The battle between the
"i: xising the best essay upon the Confederate .

Jt A summer sun reached its ze- army or navy. The subject this year was the Xanasses, Governor )Moore eta,and the Hartford TwoCycleThreePort !

1ft I : :: 1807 and shone Confederate navy and Miss Sophia A. Smith : and Mississippi raged five hours. To recount -

... :1jJulf-: sister of Mrs. C.J. Denham, of this place whois in fall the deeds of valor done would t

!- .: strength now visiting here, wjs awarded the gold be to tell the story of each ship engaged. Wit- t

..: ( yet.a long after- medal on the following essay, which she readat nesses who saw the fight from the start were
>s : during:which to reflect its set- commencement exercises this year. deeply impressed by the majesty of the scene One to Four Cylinders212toj-

:: glory, thd&universal Reaper, tall ended as suddenly as it commenced. *

''j ).. .. i, claimed alife in its very hey- The history of the naval operations of the When the city surrendered' no one in it would ,- ; t t tCt

.1 cutting it off at a time when, to Civil war is a record of wonderful energy and tear: down the flag and the Federals went up

_' inventive 'skill in improvising and buildingwar to the roof to lower it The flag
: themselves. .
,;, .... appearances, it was but entering tOO H. P lifCut
h vessels vigilance and courage in hand. ell! slowly from the staff and not a sound :
.. o .a long afternoon and evening.
ling them and desperate bravery and dash arose from the'crowd.. A few sharp commands -
...h'ITeath claimed Mr. Joseph A. Collins and the marines tramped away down of our new design 2 cycle, 3-port, double cylinder
Displayed officers and in the
,and transplanted him seamen great the street and thus New Orleans became again Made up one to four cylinders, 21 to 100 II. P.
engagements in which vessels of either side

4 Out the-shadows of sadness, took part. The details of the great land battles a city of the United States. 5 h. p. 2-cylinders, weight 125 pounds, price completewith

Into the sunshine of gladness are familiar to who have but While the Union fleet was fighting its way reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $185 00
; Into the light of the blest many a up to Vicksburg the Confederates sent out thereat

l ; Out of a land very dreary. vague idea of the service done by the "bluejackets"oC ram Arkansas.o white flag was to 16 h. p. 4-cylinder, weight 395 pounds, price completewith

r Out of the world very weary. the north and the daring deeds wave from that flagstaff and she should sink reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $500.00 s
Into the rapture of rest." performed by the sailor boys of the south.
surrender.The .
with all her crew before she would
The condition of the south regards the Record of "Baby Bullet" with RochesterEau
as a
In the passing of Mr. Collins, after Confederate authorities decided to send
navy was deplorable. The southern states
months of severe illness, Titusville had done of her down to recapture Baton Rouge. When Gallic to Palm Beach time !$1 hours. Entered ten races, more than 100 miles, making -
I lost esteemed citizen his devoted never any great amount ship her journey was but half completed she was every lap with a variation of less than 30 seconds. Palm Beach to Eau Gallic. 120 miles, -
an ; I building. At the time the war broke out pounced upon by several United States vessels S 3-1 hours. All this running without a hitch. Writs me for catalogue and prices.
wife was bereft of loving husband, here was hardly a shipyard in the confines
with the Essex in the lead. Her engines i
: and children soon realized what it is of the Confederacy. A few vessels were gain- breaking down, she drifted upon a sandbankand I G. F. PADDXSONEau.

to whisper the sweet name of "Fath- ed from United States officers. The captureof
with fire bursting from her portholes Ga11ic. : : Florida
er" without receiving in return the the Norfolk navy yard brought them large blazed away until her career was ended by

endearing word or fond parental quantities of naval stores, and by wonderful the explosion of her magazine. She had given -
activity few vessels built for serviceon
a were
caress. the Federal fleet some hard tussles and
inland sounds and rivers. Bat time '
Born in the city of Tampico Mex- no had done much of the work the Confederatesso VICTOR
.' could the Confederacy have been said to havea

ico, 51 years ago, Mr. Collins receiveda navy, and keeping this fact in view, the fondly hoped for her.

sound mental and moral training, record the Confederates made with two or An event which caused the greatest excite- V Talking Machines Supplies and
ment in naval circles at this time and which ,
and from an early age held positionsof three vessels is most wonderful. for and dash has probably never been ---....

'trust, in which he ever proved The first purely warlike event of the Civil equaled courage in the history of the world was the Records sold by the

himself faithful and gained the deep war was the bombardment and capture of run of the Confederate privateer Florida past

respect of his employers. Fort Sumter, in Charleston harbor, by the the United States fleet blockading the harborof
troops of the state of South Carolina; and the INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
During the fifteen years he actedas Mobile The Florida was originally a mer-
first regularly commissioned rman-of-war of chant known the Oreto and under _.
ship as ,
mail '
clerkthere never was a complaint '
against him .and in fact no old the passengersteamer Confederate states remodeled was the so to carry an that name she sailed from Liverpool carryinga wr j MssterY bic. p TITU S PILL E, FLORIDAElks -

peaceful cargo and manned by sailors who
< other official was ever held in higher five guns. It was' on the first of June, 1861
had no idea. that anything beyond a peaceable
esteem his than Mr. Sumter loose from the leveeof ,
I by superiors that the cast
Had the smallest euitf Hold Big Convention.At
voyage was planned. i West Palm Beach Is getting ready to
Collins. His eleven years' residencein New Orleans and started down the Mississippi -
>d States man-of-war met the Florida the the session of the grand lodge of
Titusville is an book and no on her way to the open sea. She remained I spend $;.500 to rock the streets in the ,
open Confederate could not have offered the slightest
of Elks held in
the order Philadelphialast
.! better proof of the respect he earned in commission little over a year, and in resistance. She could not have even fireda I western section of that place, which
week John W. Tener of Charlerol j
that time vessels burned
captured eighteen ,
during that time could be required gun. Capt Matfitt ran his vessel into Havana will create considerable new building. ..
seven and released two on a heavy ransom to Ia.. was elected! grand exalted ruler.
than that spontaneously given by the in the holies of being allowed to refit
be paid to the Confederate government at the At the great street parade which
citizens who crowded round the bierto end of the there, but the fortunes of the Confederacy Take the Postmaster's Word for It
war. nnrked the eloslus! of the session on
were waning fart and all nations feared to
pay their last tribute of respect to While it is undeniably true that the naval give it aid comfort. Seeing no hope Maffitt the l*

all that was mortal of their departed battles of the Civil war were in many cases un- determined to dare all things and make a prostrated hy the intense beat although Cherry vale, Ind., keeps also a stock of ,

friend, and stood in a burning sun important as compared with the gigantic operations dash for Mobile through the very center of hut one fatality was reported general merchandise and patent medicine -

sadly watching the last grains of sand of the mighty armies in Virginiafend! the blockading fleet. Under the command by the toin': 'I ?. He pars: "Cham rlajn'p, Colic,

, / close in that universal heirloom, theI Tennessee, yet there was one service performed of a young lieutenant her course was laid for ( Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is standard -

t. grave. Kind hands decorated the by the northern navy, alone and unaided, Mobile. The whole fleet opened fire with I here in its line. It neverfails to give

i i:. newly raised mound with flowers, which probably more than anything, led shot and shell but the Florida sped on unableto REASONSFor satisfaction: and we could hardly afford to
to the final subjugation of the south. This i! be without it." For sale by Red Cross 4 4i
J with flowers that even when respond" the fire for but three men wereon

:'" yes wilted and withered, will whisper measure was the of blockade.Abraham Almost Lincoln the was to first declare war her deck. Finally she anchored under the Buying a High Speed, Ball i j Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. !

f throughout the long hours of sunny the ports of the Confederacy in a state of the guns regular of Fort career Morgan of Confederate She afterward cruisers began and Bearing I Weekly-Weather Report.

i'! days and silent nights sweet words oft. blockade. This was a service of no little dan
was finally run down in a neutral port by a Shuttle I JrPiTER FLA.
"Standard" Rotary July 23. 1907. g
i, love, of friendship and of esteem. ger to the "blue-jackets. The enemy were Union man-of-war whose commander actedin I

Mr. Collins was above all a staunch ever on the alert to break the blockades on utter defiance of all the rules of modern Comparative statement of temperatures .a
t. the banks of the rivers, and sent down to Machine : and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.
Catholic. He dearly loved his faith, warfare. The capture of the Florida for this Sewing
sink and destroy vessels whose watchfulness 1 the I
and discredit
and all during particularly reason brought more upon
meant starvation to the Confederacy. The n.'tEI"'X.: :MIX. MX.SS MINTS
4 during his last illness found in that northern arm than did her depredations
July 17. 7* Hi
Albemarle and Merrimac were notable REASONFor
of the Savior work injury to the northern merchant mar ONLY ONE I -
I divinely founded religion instances of this course of attack. is S9! 77 t 7 76
ine. Throughout the south the scars and bars 19.7 75 57 72
J:. those consolations which are"known The conversion of the old frigate Merri buying any other machine "
now floated over only three strongholds of I 2O.1I) 7 t $9 77
,i- alone to and are prized so mac into an iron-clad was proposed to the .. ,
any importance--Charleston, Mobile and Wil viz. It is cheaper. But there is I 21. f11 7 i 8ep 74
1 highly by the ardent Catholic. His Confederate secretary of the navy by Lieut. mington. All the north cried aloud for the : "* *. 711 75 'e4" 74

I f spiritual strength grew as his physical George M. Brooke, an_ex:es-officerof United_ capture of_Charleston _it. was the city. that more difference in the quality j j I ia. 92 76 90 76 iI
States When she bad been remodelled Total miiiuil for the week .49 inches
forces failed. More than : navy. it be
once fired the first of the war. Let re-
than in the price. I lk rainfall for the week minus .6!.
the structure had no longer the appearance: of i
during his sickness did he receive in duced. What wonder that the blood of the inches. +i

Holy Communion his Eucharistic a ship but seemed like house afloat;and tradition good people of Charleston boiled and that Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus ,

3'l God before whom as Eternal Judge says that the old salt in the Cumber- they built and hurled against their hated enemy The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE 10.!*> inches. 1ll.

i laud who first sighted her reported gravelyto weird naval uiousters. shapeless torpedo SEVER STOPS:: when tins machine is in P. II...RDIS.
7' he was to appear. His patience un- the officer of the deck "( uaker meetinghouse
peration. Old style shuttles start and Official in Charge.
boats ruuuiug beneath the water, or huge
der trial his complete resignation to floating down the bay,sir." The Mer-
rams that might even batter in the heavy STOP TWICE each stitch. Just think ------ .
;.- God's inscrutable will, his constant rimac" received as: commander Commodore walls of Fort Suiuttr, (.f the extra strain and wear that this How',Till.?
union with his Creator by his Franklin Buchanan. It can lie easily understood '"Standard" !Shuttle
prayer, On Feb. Is, iuta, the brave Confederates makes! The Rotary I We offer One hundred IMlars Reward for ',
sincere preparation for the terrible that the news of the victories of this mores! on continuously without a jar.
were compelled to evacuate the city as they any ease of catarrh that cannot be cured by \
if moment of death, and his facing it vessel caused the most intense excitement found it impossible to hold the fort in the The needle har has only two motions to Hill's ('ata- rh (' re.

so courageously with a sweet smile throughout this country, and indeed, throughout open sea without a fleet and in the face of tbeYanl.ce very stitch, whereas the vibrator bar has I F. J. CH EN EY & {n., Props., Toledo, O.
ti the whole world. In the south all were :our. \Ve. the undersigned have known F. J.
the of Je-
j. and on his lips holy names rejoicing over the success of the Confederate No heavy balance wheel required tcarry : Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him
last two actions of the United: tatt.6ua"y j
sus and Mary, produced a deep im- ship, and at last the starving people of the destined to be the motion over the stops and starts I j perfectly honorable in all business traiisao
in the civil war were
tions and able
pression on all those who gathered Confederacy saw the way clear for sweeping of Ions record of daring The momentum of each stitch helps j: financially to carry out anyob- _
successes a J libations made by their firm.
round the death bed to watch the remorseless blockade. '
the j jI
away Mobile make the next '
and successful exploits. Farragut, at l t \\ s-rS TKVAX. Wholesale Druzsists.Toledo; s
last flicker of the spark of life. The not terrific naval engagement; of the noise than other machine. '; '
r and I'orter at Fort "i.h added to their >"s3 any \\ ....I.IKIXXAX & MARVIN. Wh"lt't>ale
war was between our )Merrimac and the victories wrested from I KINS 75 PKR CENT.. LIGHTER I>ruzjists.j Toledo C t.
*'Oh. not in e'uchy. tlllt iu wrath woiidious careers two
z- The Reaper iranie that flay iron-clad Monitor the latter vessel having apparently uucou
Twos an ange, visited the snrn: earth the insignificant aplKaraneeof aeheese box the fight; that followed the Confederate. gunboats The fuel: that it is the plot rapid sewin dim-tly upon the blood and mucous snrfaos

And took the tower away.:' an a raft. In'this battle the Monitor 1,30,11 I found it too hot for them and fled for. ;.i machin1 made i is conclusive proof thatit ; by all.f dr the,::gists-yst-m.Testimonials Price 7.V. j?frie.Hall's 'r I..ttl. Sd
"mcsscJ l arc the dt advh... die in the Lard:' an enormous advantage on account of her I shelter with the exception of the dreadedTennessee is the lightest miming: and good evidence Family Pills are the beat.

'f "Eternal r.t grant tint him. O lord, and let size and great speed. Hut not a man on commanded liy Admiral Buchau- it M very quiet.It -- ----- ---

jicrpetual lighthfn>-IIM'U him May bt rest the Merrimac: was injured and all damages; an. She: made for the Hartford and the two i.t the mo>t rapid e\H'r-makl'S tom Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer
&sttero\ remedied before three of other ,
in the
in peace. she sustained flagships approached each other bow to bow. motions of the triadic to \ Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf
sunrise the next day. Later she challenged machines in tewing: the game length of
conducted aud Burhaiiati.
The funeral services were: The two admirals, Farrasrut
at the home sal the\afternoon of the l"lIiuu fleet to a new little with- had entered our navy together: as boys and seam. It makes -> stitches while others !" y"nr b>f ul i is impure, thin, >Iisea.i,
out response. t-n the ninth of May the officer make 100. i hot or full of humor, if you have blood
..Cthe ha.1'n warm
to the outbreak war
: J. up
the 19th by Father. of the Merrimac noticed that the Confederate It makes rmth the two thread lockstitch poison, ranrer, carbuncles eating sore. j
fritnd-i. but U'Ita"h was h"piuj: for the overthrow "
visits the Titusville mission. Before tl.,: IK longer; :i iu.tted over the shorelotteries. of the other. The unequal conflict and the single: thread chain stitch.It srrofuia. eczema, itching; rising; and

1 the services, which were concluded It wa> n-elew try to run her was too much even for A man of liutliituau's makes!:! the prettiest and most elastic bumps, H-aiby. pimply skin, hone paine

t at the grave. Father Curley spoke through;: the Union tires so it wa accordinaly: and at \last came shut that almost stitch. catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or

t feelingly of death. its sorrows its .!determined that ,she ..should..r destroyed.M courage fLt.Jy wounded her commander. iHpriveif Tensions not changed by change of N skin disease, take Cotanic IJloinl BlmII.

:R consolations and its lesson was run -iah.tron Crauey 1..'and and her svii'Kand c..utn>lii! >g mind the rAm :-pttd size of thread, thickness of good-, (( P. B. lion all sores heal, aches

The sorrowing widow and children tntin- tI! powder laid ail over her and tired.5ach \\a, u-ele>>sand iu a moment a white flag nor length; of stitch :-\\ hat other machinecan I and pain stop and the Wood is made S
f th... *cud vf the mighty Merrimac. do ni'ich? ar.-l Drn
as rich. mists by
of the entire :: was flutteitd from the shattered stiuup of her flag I pore or express
the sympathy
have :Bit the iu-t fata
t community and the sincerest con- crni-ers w"" "Alabama.." This vex*'I! was Confederate rule the Gulft i is runt.irkwards. I Bl".- ended on
. dolence of the writer. ",lilt in Eacian-1. ostnMby! ;ii a n,:'r haul >'.,-t and earned for Farraztit his prondestlaurel Th- ">;und.ird" Rotary: has the bigsjestN ; 1 15.: j i.- ""-pet'ially aJvid foi cl r
--- ,""-,.!. aith>Uiii her heavy deck* and sides, > .!bhin of a-iv Io4-k-stit machine. Hold --.i" ''. :a" it nir ;a--r;' .ili 0.1'-.. UUj .
t > InlH.S( of N.. SO wtton.
Cheerfully Recommended and her small hatchways muht wanted With the fall of Fort Fisher in the !harbor

Danville. 111., write,.: the Kngliah: officialthat: she wa intruded for the crsj-ed In The tt"UWU I is:: released when taking; C11 ..t'c Itx19L.:
< 0. n. Hbbee:!: tif Wiliuingtou navy to a | r ;nineut -
Dec. 2 HIlH.lOl1t two years aiuwas : I purposes: of war. it is ciiouzh tsay that on factor in the war. It'i.rk was doae.Along wit the good! =t Bears e K'd:! h !Hae! pears
: ,
t IIIIruins l+ ii, ( The s-needle. used in lock tich1II:1.hili
bright clear *uuday aptItiphael
laid for four months with rh u- a the sea coa-t and inland as far a- navigable : tlerL"
I up 8gt:
tlwivJore less liable: to bend #
of iiiiddk *-
Seinme' a gentleman rftJ'i.t
:Snow the north
matism. I tried I'.allard's rivers extended the shij:'> _-
If /
and stitches. /
uniform of and sold. skip
wearing a gray
height awl the -ailor
one l>otte me. had carried thetarry .
:i I can cheerfully xmmiend it to all suffering hisiiHK'ache waxed tll such a sharp point boys..f the north had defended it. Th ir opponents Feed m'diote-all posititenoeprirnwlheu'e ; '" i

. 25o. > k. and that one would think him a Frenchman rather shore hail show machine will ff-d over all
from like atllictitlll. whether on sea or
.; $1.00. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and than a Southerner, sttiod on the qnirtcr deck and da.hiiand; worthy tht'ktJt" of goods and seams without'chewina" HANDY MOTH PAPER
,.th what
with his mustered before him ratio the ei no matter
: crew
men .
Banner Drug Store.: to Joe numbered anioiiig greatest
, -- -- out his commission from Jefferson D.ivis. astviununder doubt that should length of s-titrh. r
of the Con fed!iratetatc.t<-an: of the world. and wh can WIll! near twice!! Ion;! a- o1b..r.w! ;J \ ;.:' : ', -'r..yr .lh.1 I .1i!!-.,ii!(. t.isi !":,<-.-.l
Penalty for Gambling the uced ari.-t. t.c: - Severe first battle stitch machiurs1k'st : I ii-i'l' r. ,ir-: !, or in the t li.ItI..1 l ;'i:ir .iii'i r| ,thins -
sloop Alabama She:; fought her hawin their .-in- the i>l"Mid.
f penalty ever imposed show that they v : of n'taehmt-nt.* in it '1..v.: s away :ui>:hs :anti N.v Twelve F
The most severe United States sloop-of-wtr Hat.terJ.o svt : any ma-
with the that animated cur -ailor txiys of 'e.l. r ,hcct-i..t'a i carriaznj| !>:iii| 1O --iit...
t in Escambia county or in west: ;, stationed at the p rt of Jalveston. chine, seif-a'iji iing, and fastened to thepasser Six pa< ken :cents druggist for the Hilh.'ra.s but surrender bar in plate of the foot
that imposed There was nothing .
f Florida in gambling cases was ties: ball! l-aiin ."". fitted with adjast'ie j M<. liK. ;
and the flag: came down amid frantic I
-. last Saturday at Pensacola upon yells: from the Al\.ibama s:1ilori.ft.'r having EAST COAST MEAT MARKET !.. time 101"h. take np wear.Mottra S

ex-Police Officer \V. C. Ward and Geo. spent some time scouring the lIt.'; -iiy' threaded any machine -

Suarez who were recently convictedof ing United States men-of-war and burning G. F. DOREN, Agent, made.
northern merchantmen. the Alahanii -tart- 1:"Can-.* all =.*winj: inarhim o)mjianiware :X,>tire i h.Tfrby siv.-ii that tintax; a.-jtBBer

i being the proprietors of a gambling edout to a duel with the Keaixtrze hat Ustifviiiji to the .nl' ri"rlty f.f the i| "'iUUI..t with the IMlllrd..f i'",:rug ';<>: ,mia- ,

house. Both men were sentenced f o to end in her destruction. At \hiss th Florida and ":--tLI1ll.u.i" l.t.lryImtte: by briwin:.;. :i iiHuers 'f Brevani rtmty.. Florida, at the
was 7 out and oil rill for !talrotan' shuttle!' elerkoilier at Titusv ill.. Florid on the 5th
State ;:
months in the pemtentiaQ reported the ship sinking and
\ lieutenant -
fifteen first 'I I
serve c ;' machines. These machines they do not, day of .\u-u::>t. !Sw7, for the purpose of -
,- without the alternative o*. the order was given to strike the flag. Capt. ins niJainU, and receiving testimony &s t9
attempt to !-t'li. knowing they are defective '! t -
boat from the \Yestern'N'
picked by a real
Officer J. Semmes was up ( the value < f any property or personal as
: paying a fine. Ex-Police yacht Deerhound, and carried to England: i owin_ to onrcontrol basic patents: : S. fixed I.\ the o/nuty a*.s/r of tales for tM -

a C. Nichols, who pleaded guilty to be- from capture. So ended the career of but they do 11-" them as an argumentazain. year 1W7 and ..t perfecting: reviewing: and
.<-t machines in the effort to, the asessment rolls for said
and produced evidence Alabama. Her life tad been a short Meats rotary year.
\ Ing a proprietor the glorious for she ful sell their old!ot vibrator--. County: {.'', T. J. COCKWTT.Seal .
Suarez and her career: most
that Ward and one
showing ) Chairman pro tcui. of Board
filled the purpose for which she was intended The Standard Sewing Machine, of
County Coniuriaaaoners
and that he had of all Kinds l ,
were the guilty men, The Confederate authorities knew the val. I' Attest; : Brevard Co, Florida. }

4 only had an interest for one night, was ue of New Orleans, the greatest city of the is sold by the Indian River .\. .\. STEWART

nine months at Confederacy to their cause, and were careful !, Clerk'ircait Court and Clerk of
to serve Music
sentenced not to let it go unprotected. When the storm TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Houes. Titusville &.rd of{',.utly ('"mmi!>Si0Jt1IB.
of $200.
I hard labor or pay a fine

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The Progress of The Work On Key -

,, IN FAIR FLORIDA West Extension. -

The Miami Metropolis of Wednesday

What is Being Done Towards the Development says:
:Mr. H. M. Flagler and party of East l

.i. of the Peninsula Coast Railway officials are expectedto
arrive here Saturday and leave at .

} The Sweedish Association is arrangIng once on an Inspection tour over the Typewriters. ,:

i. to construct a new church at Hal- F. E. C. Railway extension.It : \

landale. is said this inspection will be the

__ -- t t"t
most important yet made by the offl '
taV- \
The preliminary steps are, being :
cials, it having to do with continu- organize a' naval militia company a

in Key, West. ance of the present mode of viaduct Agents for the Celebrated 1
I and bridge construction or a change
The merchants of Palatka have
from the concrete plan to steel pier
1 adopted the Thursday half-holiday
and span formation, one or the otherto 9k
plan and also early closing FAYSHOLESTypewriter
be decided upon after a thorough k .
More than ten thousand people visIted '
Investigation by the officials and engi-
Dixieland Park Jacksonville'snew neers.

amusement resort, Thursday This change in plans, if made at all ;

evening. will be only at Bahia Honda and F

Manattee's new ice factory is now Knight's Key, the water being deep I

4 in operation and is shipping to outside' and swift at both places, and not at

points. Long Key and other points where concrete --------
Plans have been approved for a viaducts and piling 'bridges are

U building for the branch of the Young being placed successfully.A .
1,000 now used in Florida f
t Men's Christian Association at Tampa meeting to decide on this changewas

# to cost $60,000. held recently in New York, and

A new State bank is being organized while not definitely determined: it is

in Bartow by several of the leading eliably reported that the approaching -

business and professional men. The Inspection is to culminate the

i : capital stock will probably be $100,000. sff; e. and that there is every probability -

the steel pier plan will be adoptedat t
The Dania people have subscribed
Bahia Honda. :
$1,000 to build a new rock road running
Already a camp has been established -
$ west from that town. They will
there and a force of men busy 1
1 also soon build a new city hall and
erecting workhouses and otherwise:

jail.The preparing to begin the building of the :
postoffice receipts at St. Peters-
viaduct as soon as the plans shall
burg for the fiscal year ending June have been determined.

30, 1906. were $10,077.00 This year they
s .
Doctor from Home When - -- -
were $11,587.00, showing a gain of $1,- Away
51000. Most Needed

A Flqrida boy, Berkley Blackmanof People are often very much disappoint
ed to find that their family physician is SecondHand TypewritersALL
Rollins college, is on the list of away from home when they most need

American Rhodes scholarship appoin- his services. Diseases like cramp colic
tees who go to Oxford University this and cholera morbu require prompt treat-

t.( I summer.T. ment, and have in many instances proven MAKES ALL PRICES
fatal before medicine could be procuredor ,
J. Johns, a flagman on the AtlantiC a ohjsician summoned. The right; ways
"*1 I Coast Line and a son of Sheriff!: to keep at hand a bottle of Chamber- Terms to Suit
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
1; Johns of Jasper, was killed in a head-
i 1 edy. \o physician can prescribe a better
on collision between freight trains at medicine for these diseases. By havingit Typewriter Repairing a Specialty
Blue Springs Ga., Monday night. in the house you t'scape much pain and
suffering and all risk. Buy it now;it may

Rte. The depot of the Louisville & Nashville lave life. For sale by Tit !ville! Phar- - -
and Banner Irug tore.
Railroad at Chipley was destroyed

by fire early Thursday morning\ together Port Inglis Booming. RIBBON'S'Ve

with a large amount of freight.
(Gainesville Sun.)
The loss is estimated at fully $12,000.B. .
The port of Port Inglis which is guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and
B. F. Collier who lives on South located at the mouth of the Withla-

Palmetto avenue, brought from his coochee river, is rapidly gaining in Im- Durable

J garden and sold to Peter Ladas a portance as a port of export, as large

't watermelon of the Ice Cream variety quantities of phosphate, lumber and 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach-

which was estimated to weigh 60 naval stores are exported from that

,, pounds and sold for $1.50.-Davtona station annually to every country of ine. Any color.

Halifax Journal the world.
b .
The Dutton Bank at Gainesville, Fred Cubberly of Cedar Key, col- -----

'r succeeding the banking house of II F. lector of customs for the ports of Cedar
Dutton & Co., established since 1S73, Key and Port Inglis, stated a dayor

x assumed charge of the business Thur two ago that the exports from Port

t day morning, and will in future con Inglis amounted to $1.01,0for the Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 to $4.00 per

duct the affairs of this old reliable fiscalear ending June 3<>, and that
box 100 sheets to the box.
institution, which is one of the strong the shipments comprised phosphate ,

est banks in Florida. lumber and naval stores, the greater
Can furnish any size, any color.
J Steam was raised on the St. Lucieat proportion being; phosphate
Port Inglis is naturally the o'U'et!
terminal dock Tuesday and the "
for a ]}urge and prolific phosphate field
vessel's engines
were turned over with
k "v great success. The event was haileJ: including Dunellon Holder, FloralCity

with and \\ithlacoochee river sections R. C. DAVIS &
a round of cheers from those CO.

} men who have been at work on the which are among the richest phosphate ,
fields in the world, miring and
boat while a long blast of the shop

whistle helped out the applause.-Miami shipping millions of tons annually
f Record In speaking; of the business transact-
: Jacksonville Fla.
k .d and clearing from this port for the
r ,f Word has come from Long Key that ,
>F :ear, Collector Cubberly stated that .1
the construction of forms us?a in the
he only had a record of the exports
::3 ; 4 building of concrete arches is now being -
and that the American or coastwise
: carried on with great success cu
Chipping amounted to deal.
; a gr-at
VI, ta!- i the kev, Within the past few days The largest number of vessels ever "" ,_"" ,. .'Y-' ,:::;;., __. ", ;" ..._ .
y arrangements have been made for ..
>ntertd were those shown on fV! I
rutting; the sectiOn;; together at Long .9l m II'''' '"":ir ... .. J*'!: MC-... ':It >I:."'.;;.=_ ..__
d I !books for the fiscal year just clo'"i-:.
Key, and the work is> going ahead win
and some of the vessels were tremendous .
-- ---- -
all of the old time rapiditv.-Miami
in tonnage; one steamship imasurin -
l five hundred feet.
: Proving that Florida soil and climate i-
--- --
?li y! U able to produce apples of quality Cured of Lung Trouble"It QUEEN' OF SEA ROUTES

anl size rivaling; those raised in !
41 i i-= mm eleven: ve.iisMmv\' I \had\ A BFRl1J0
i :Michigan; or Delaware, S. S. Fletcher, narrow tape from condomj'tion,*' writ-* t 1.1
of Magdalene, yesterday brought to O:O, Fluvd, a leading; buMnes man ol lj"tJA} s:
e, Kerlruv, *>_ C "I III run Joan in ; :- ..> 4""... u
t 1 the Tribune office an apple raised on weight: to l.Tj jxitind( *, and roujil.iii; ;; "aroiMant ... / ..<,
I his land. The fruit wascl! formed both day and night Fin11i\! 1 J', .. ./ "'5'lD.s'p ; Merchants & Miners '
\ Steamship Lines
i' cf large; size and splendid appearance Megan t.:king I'r -Kil1:;' :\.-w Ii"\\'r, '. '_ ,$ .... J
and continued this for aboutix: m'.nth<. I
end, though hardly ripe:, showed bj .
wlienmv cough;: and lung trouble were -- -BET\VEEN---- t
the skin that it would mature int RiJ.rF{
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altout and I
l gone \va to mv normal ,_ Jfl.: )
beautiful specimen of the apple fam- weight; 170 |lolm.1+." Tln u-and>- ofperM.n '

tg + ily. It was of a variety excellent for tt't"i! atTitusvilIe'; are IteaVd l'ltanllwand every Yt'ar. ('Canner:1-.n- -" ', lr-_ ..7'D, : _--{;; :'.... -'''.. SAVANNAH, BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.

t cooking purposes- Mr Fletcher srat
Drag More. XV. and 5!.U.: Trial !bottle
& ;t ed that there: were many more fin the frw: A few dose of t'n! -- Tf'lIIf.hwil1 invariably .
T ;.a tree which he planted as an txptn. ---- cure an t>rUiuiry attack of Direct Connections for- -

ment and he probably will Finn' u. ieo. For Over Sixty Years di.irrhma.
It can shay be dejfnded npon Washington New York and
: the same arietTampa Tiuune, Mrs Windows' :"Oothinymp: hay even in th>- iuor pf-vt-re attacks of Boston. .
been n"'t-'i\ for over siikt" > veaisbv Millions! : .
cramp eolii' and ('ht.h.r:, morl
of mothtr- for their children while t teething .
It is equally snceiful f'.r summer
i : with perfect :'uc(v !'. It soothes the
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di lTrh -a and co.Iera infantntn incluldn ticket
Tliroimli ale
child softens the allays ad I on > at Ilriul" l'a1lloillh.
CASTORIAFor gum: pain, 'n. ant i-> the means of !saving I
: cures? wind colic, and i; the best reined the lives of many children each year. : etc{ilIiiilolatioii,111111
Infants and Children. for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor When redtu..d with water and cnUine nu.ml1lassetl.
littlesuffererimmediately.o1dbvdma- sweetened it is pleasant to take SEND FOR BOOKLET
The Kind :gi ts in everv part of the world. Twenty-
You Have Always BoughtBears Every man five> cents a bottle. lie suie and aek for this his home. it
remedy in Buy now
theSignature d // ")Irs. Wmslow's 1)Ithin'pl1p," and PRICE, 23c. L\ROEbizE: :5'0<:. I H. t. AVLKY, Com'I Asent: Jacktoinille.J. .
tike no other k-nd.; Cmaranfeed under
t t oft < the food and doles: act, June ;SOtli, 1.1'CI IG. C. WHITNEY 2d V. P. & T.M., W. p. TURNER,p. T* M I .*
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,.':'''ka': ; :rj: ,-...Penifon. -r Department Busy A St. Petersburg Elopement. Forty Negroes BaptizedLast S :1
# i : he Tallahassee correspondent of (Tampa Tribune.) Sunday was a great day for the
Jhe.-.T1mesUnlon says: Taken straight from her father's colored peopla and they gathered in

1/ >)" The.busiest department at the Staten home at St. Petersburg by Daniel Dris- town by the hundreds from all partsof .

,'W<'I; ... ."' bouse' now. the pension department, coll a young man of 23, Clara Sjustrom the county and assembled on the
":; h1ch Is being Inundated with appllca- 13-year-old lass arrived with Driscoll shores of Lake Francis to witness a "CASTO RIA ;

;q''tions for pensions under the new law. in Tampa at 7:45 Monday evening I great baptizing. There must have:

r .{ OTer 5,000 application blanks have aboard the steamer Manatee. The I been at least 1,000 negroes to say (9 oo DROPS) H

j.' ;}i:'been sent out since June 15, in answer two intended to board a Coast Line nothing of several hundred white people .. ,. ,. ... ...,. ... ._ For Infants and Children.mR .
.> .!Ito requests for blanks. All pension- train for Jacksonville, where they when the ministering of the baptism _

...t-ii era on the roll have been classified under would have been married this morn- was commenced. For several

.!t :; the provisions of the new law ing. weeks a great revival has been in {I = = = = = The Kind You Have r f

!it .' which provides different grades of pay Inkling of their intention leaked out progress at the negro Baptise church

.L according to age injuries and disabili shortly after the departure of the train here In town and the "harvest' has _. _" .. Always Bought

., ties. The new law ia the most liberal from the city across the bay. Walter been plentiful. At ten o'clock Sunday !
AregefahePreparafionforAssiimlatlng "-
1 pension law enacted by any Southern Bruen, a street car man, got on to the morning the crowd began to assemble theroodandRegula->

State. The pay ranges from $100 racket, and informed Robert Sjustrom at the lake and sing songs and when ShorJachs aadBowels of Bears the

per annum to $150 per annum. All 'he father of the girl, of their departure the procession of converts appeared, .t

widows on the roll will receive $l2J aboard the Manatee for Tampa. all dressed in their white robes, the Ie

pet annum. All soldiers over CO The latter telephoned the sheriff's office scene became one of religious excitement Signatoof

years of age, without regard to disabilities and as a result Detective Chan- The preacher entered the wat- D1gestion.CJulfut-

are entitled to $100 a'year. All does W. )McMullen: who is also a deputy er with an assistant and the candidates nessandRest.COntainsneitha' T

soldiers: unable, from wounds, injuriesage sheriff, greeted them as soon as for baptism were carried out Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. UfNOTNARCOTIC. .

or disease, to earn a living by they stepped off the vessel. to him in squads of four by church

manual labor, are entitled to $1%(), loss He placed both under arrest. They deacons. Forty persons received baptism I e1d4i

of hand or foot, $125; loss of sight, or were taken to. the sheriffs office for afew about evenly divided as to sex. .':i

of both hands or both feet, or of one minutes, and later were transferred We understand that a like number will a'tXdZTSWl7JJ'/1rBE/l
hand and one foot or total disability, > to the county jail, where Driscoll be baptized next Sunday week.-Madison

; entitles a soldier to $150 per anim.Y' vas placed in a cell for the night. The New Enterprise. An&. c J-I s.TI6. I I In

All property restrictions are removed, little girl, small for her age yet winsome = J.

1 and the department is receiving a and attractive, was looked after Important DecisionAn

large number: of applications from Iy Jailor R. C. Jackson and family. important decision has been rendered "
- _. ;wealthy men ,who were soldiers in the Soon after telephoning the fatherof by Judge Wall at Tampa in the I

Confederate, army. One of the wealthiest Miss Clara boarded the Fadcon injunction suit instituted by the Tam- Aperfeet Remedy forConstipation. -
.Sour Stoaach.Diarrrtoea,
men in Leon county was among aboard which was a negro excursion, pa Evening News to restrain the coun- .Convulsions.Feverish- .

k the first applicants under the new law and came to the city, accompanied by ty commissioners of Hillsboro from ocss: and Loss OF SLEEE OverThirty

*The fourth supply of the blanks was Bruen. The two men met McMullen giving the publication of the delinquent -

'r.: A forwarded Saturday to some of the and were taken to the jail, where Mr. tax list advertisement to the Tac Simile Signature el-

clerks of the circuit court a ho ex- ljustrom, who is a Swede, took his Tampa Times. At the January meet MI's s

plained, in requesting them, "that the aaughter in charge. He carried her t6 ing of the county commissioners tie NEW VOHK.

demand for blanks is as great as!' ever," a local hotel for the night. tax list was awarded to the Evening Atb months old

Perhaps the most reasonably objectionable As soon as arrested Driscoll protested News. Subsequently the paper
t feature of the new law is the his intention of marrying: the girl changed hands, W. F. Stovall, of the
granting of pensions to home guards, and implored the officer not to place Tribune, becoming president of a

and reserves, who were not actually in im in a cell where he would be sure company which purchased the News EXACT COPY OrWRAPPEB. fill !

service during the war, with the ex- to get "crumby." Likewise he asseverat from A. F. Levering & Son. At the ..n.
ception of a few of the reserves who ?d plenteously his innocence and such May meeting of the commissioners the

were engaged at Natural Bridge, Cedar freedom from all guilt as never to contract with the News was annulled a

Keys ,and Olustee. These branches of have been arrested before in his life. and the printing awarded to the Times r

the service are equally entitled, under A marriage license was exhibited by The News Company immediately instituted -
its provisions to the benefit of the law Driscoll for the two. McMullen beeves suit to compel the commissioners --- ------- -- -------- v

with the soldiers .who bore the bruntof !: this a fake document, however, to stand by the original.con- ; TITUSVILLE LIVERY STABLE

four years of actual service. The and, supported by the father will attempt tract and give the printing to the

first pension roll of Florida was indeeda to secure warrants before Couny Sews. Judge Wall rendered an opinion Feed alld SaleIStables!

roll of honor, as pensions were only :- Judge Robles on the dual charge of in favor of the News, stating that

granted then to those who were "un- Enticing the girl from her home and there is no reason for disregarding the SADDLE HORSES

able to perform manual labor by reason erjury. contract as originally entered into

k; of wounds received while in line Sjustrom declared that he had never with that paper. BUGGIES '

of duty." The highest number of appli- had any liking for the man, although ir SURREYS

." cations received from one county, so Driscoll had stayed in the same house Thinks Drainage is a Great Mistake '.

>, far under the law, is eighty-uine. approved with him and his family at Jacksonville Capt. C. W. Lansing, of the St. ,' and TURNOUTS

by the county commissioners and also for a short time at St. Johns river steamer. City of Jackson. k of all kinds =

\ and forwarded by the clerk of the Petersburg. vine, was at DeLand over Sunday last : ". :: Hauling, Etc.;
Driscoll arrived in St. ::: : :-z -
court. Petersburg visiting his sister-in-law Mrs. Porter :

Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock aboard Lansing. The Captain had just returned J. M. OSBAH Titusville Florida ;

How to Cure Chilblains"To the Falcon and there secured his from a trip to Lake Gkeeclio-
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enjoy freedom from chilblains" tride-t-be after a sojourn of a very bee. lie was off on the first vacation

writes John Kemp East Otisfield, Me.I few hours. Miss Clara does not appear he has had for eight years. lie says

apply Buckleu's Arnica !Salve.: Have. greatly perturbed as a result of it is his opinion that even if the State Florida East Coast RailwayLocal
also used it for salt rheum with excellent
results." Guaranteed to cure fevr the interrupted bridal tour. should succeed in lowering Lake Okeehobee -

i sores, indolent ulcers, piles, burns, : the Everglades will be a vast Tune Card No. 10. In Effect April f, 1W7.
wounds frostbites anti! skin diseases. 25c:
inaccessible wilderness will for-
& at Titusville Pharmacy au\lllann..r Druj
:Store. out of order Yon go to bet in a bad ever be a white elephant on the handsof \o. 35,No. :9'' ['o. 7$!Xo. 28l.iily

humor and get up with a bad taste in the people of Florida. That only millionaires 00 D aiiy I_Daily I STATIONS__ I| i'Daily .
Mongolians In FloridaA your mouth. Yo,1ant something to could undertake to put intoa N ti WlMi II--- -"t Lv_.Jack>.mville .h......1rI 7 2"' b -'+I./I. 4I
timulate your liver. Just try Herbine, N 6 ?.-'.. 9 : ...... J.'n\. Ille.m..l: 1 17FK I 8 42WJ 1 Resort.The
party of four East InJiamen natives the liver regulator. .\ for state of cultivation those lands; that "'0 7 liPM 50 tvi.*' .......NJUlll.... .\UI lDe....._.._: lj 6 1-V*, 7 40Wt' .
positive cure ...._ ...., 4-Vlli 1
here millions of lands 9 7s& ll IHA-' ** h.Ua.mO:5. 5 27PW) 6
of Calcutta, anti possessing, unpronounceable constipation, dyspepsia anti all liver coin- are just as -.J sew! *J }t5::.,M Lv".y.T.Ka>t 5 li''''' 6 23wT: '
';.-- names arrived in the plaints. Mrs "F-., Ft. Worth, Texas, good lying all over Florida, already -" -g :.-.*;! 100r.: ..._..__ IV 1.all.I\1_.._._.. m:1f .Glii.!I:
writes: "Have used Herbine in my famly drained and can be brought easily into c In _7 4'"I.' .11. .lt'." Lv.-___I'alHtka_ -. Ar!_530PH65l'..: AM|
: :, city Friday morning and will likely re- for years. Words can't express whatI s ...'.111 3Z+M \i_. T_s=dn Nareo. --,Lvi 3 :<(*! ', ft 10AM! ATLANTIC
r the cultivation. lie sees nothing in the M s > I I.v aa \f lro-m.m\r'_9 -3**, 745vt
L here several -
malt days studying think about it Everybody in my 0'\ AI--A :::::::::.:::.- ::
a : liousel hold and wt"li. and \\t- drainage of the Everglades but theuselesi -9 I.4.: 123;: 1 l.v ____.ioi!neli.........._.Lv 4 mow, 5 :b.!J..,
<:-- of tropical fruits and plants are happy v en ....
r. natup 9 I'M, 1 4'A,M _. ....._Iupont.- 4 16tw 5 2514
(r- indigenous to this climate. The visitors out1t tll Herbint' :fold bv Titusville drainage of the State treasury .r"4 y j; 1 ia-s; __ 4'rtIh'1--- 3 Saw I 4 ,,;. ai
Pharmacy and Gamier Drugstore.Cut : .- M HPH!\ 1 :?" '_._ Davioad_ ( 4.->*MJ
He would not give the rich drained 1 .. 343-111" ."',
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'_=...' were sent here by the British government tj I'' 'w: 1 :i7>tC Tort trance. tv
"; --. to study plant life and cul lands up and down the St. Johns forth .".*' 1.4 IMvn _2 WJF* Ar....._..:::.Nw smvrna: _._?.I-T _3 irs'_4Y';'I
By a Blow From His Machete L.. I'l Ulw 4 2iP ArJ ._?.La.e ii-'len_-JL.L 12 4.>Y6.-v
:\"A" ture. Three of them are stulents at entire Everglades after they aredrained.Deland C3'-c r.o.I .;. i., 4 :;-v.,' .---,-omcire City..._..-Jli. | ::v... 1; ., Con BEAC,
1. !II; 4'iH I 4iv" 2..t :U'oef'Y nn .:.' 2t.n6: : gnat
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Mr. C. B. King. of Tort Lau;lerdal". :: : :::
been there two
Cornell, two having: RecordA ""I w __ __...Ar i.
t" ,1'1! i'+1', 2 1'vai r 1 >fi: : ru 3 UW 4 f *"
I terms and one for one term. They working as a rodman on the drainage --- o ; II lsr''' 2 : ;;M- .lIa". Hill..._.? L1'1 % !!P"-I 340&4
/ couple of thousands: of dollars ,...I i! II : 3 l'p; M'Ar"Zin".ri. i>yilie_ !' LvlL 5 _3 rev K ""!"
survey under Mr. Alfred Xewlander, ==:: :: ; "
'j- speak English fluently and are highlycultured. tf It Pr 5:< ,\r--a.r. Mr .:L\ ii,-... -i".,;tirr4
::'v : Except far the little red the engineer in charge met with a singular dave been subscribed by the residents 0 t.1 I' S .k ii :::,LIf ).\1- _......SarG'rd __..._.;-\ri;_b 5w$ ,11.I, sM ::J vt
.," accident of the growing towns of Homesteadand : it'-,43Ls.Tiiiilte.-: 1 isss 3 r4 C rri
ant painful Monday
$: turban or hat, they wear none of theirnative i., : 344 : tvcva. ._ ._ .Lb 2 22
r Mr. Bessey, director that wig incapacitate him for some Perrine. It) open up and grade :: ; I. ._ : 3 : iI": ..:=:noekrt7 e_:' t l;:! s: N: :J
: garb.: 1 _
; 4 Z: _Er. .alie! 1171 AT
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time. In crossing piece of wateron the streets in those sections. A new U ._ ____. "
l the United States Experimental a 1 .:. 4 tl' MeltAurne 1.tnM 1 ;;; MI :; C
, "f",.t o school house will also }t". erected at t.; M i lllt ...._.._..- tl\.ctian.__ II 4.M 12 azas Ar
h Station on the south side met the visitors the west of the marsh h.- saa t ._ I' 2 4n-.fPS :-> 5vW '* ?........._.. -"t. L.:- '.e..m." 1') -'.t! 12 ','
fish and aimed a Mow at it with his Homnt 'a---'"A Z.
' at the train, and immediately / .". 'f i!II G :.% : ... .. __Tlbl641"i -*:.<_ .. __ I I'J.*'v u L-S-X Z
' machete. On striking the water, the ire that :;oo.l; roails! brings settlers.C r1 O : Y. r. : '

took them for them in charge at the, securing Fort Dallas apartments hotel wide flat blade of the implement i ; v fi r. ':::: ;:r ; -: :

; and struck :Mr. King the : STORIit.-t :- ... v : .' i. i
glanced on ID ..
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after which they were driven to "a Kna: Yro: Nae sis: 7 r.... .._ 'Jla'v *
side of his knee, just missing the kneepan Bears tie Bargt.f ... -4oaI :I i -. s ; v .... ..r11e:; r. -.,, '' ...... I x 17-' i' .,
the experimental: station where the SignatureJUST L LLY # I i .y li 1.- :...!.....; H. t'/ h JV J i 'v 0"S
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and made a deep wound. His
;:' forenoon was sPt'nt.11 of the visitors Vii -< ..t' :
companions ran to his assistance aril: -* V* : : :
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men affable and pleasant 6 .4 y : g
are young>
tourniquet and bandages 3 3A j I It,t.. ... "I 7 t ; ,
and appear to take a deep interest by putting on a *, 1. ,5'r :- :-r < ny_:__. S ;4 A .:
the -, i ...... F '
managed to check 'eedins( t 1,1 vr 'hf..i. I.v 'r 77
: in learning all possible about the s.. 1\ ...__..__m M "r.> ...__.... .____ .Ar ""Un._ __ P t
plants fruits and their culture they The men were a long distance f 10:11 ____ 1. : __=:-:'-'\':'-:':': ,-..-..... .*.i .:::::... !!.-. '.... I': ','
and it took three of thorn to ONE ...... .
have been sent to study. Dr. Bcssey is camp. :1 Sig t j.t "; :n.l.1y.
possible. carry Mr. King, in. Tuesday uiorni: W O R D that word U --- --,-
showing them every courtesy : "
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accompanied by Mr. NewlantK-r. tiu "" : '
Miami Metropolis.Best TI. nr.IScI[ :
-' D.lyMtIFOnT I ti- '
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----- wounded man was taken to his hora' T".1tt'sit 1 '::1; ;**;n.,D4&iVI i ?ua. -

Medicine in the World for Colic at Fort Lauderdale where with hiu: ',,44h-......."-I"-'o: iQe.AMLv..1:'.';:--'):ivhe.: : ........ Ar7T '11 -tvn ":- -"'or; ,X' a. ,;, '
refers to Dr. Tutt's Liver PUL.SH.fvlEA&S : ., :.;,, :,..,; i',": lQ'"-:. i.v.-... Jm-i, .uv lt" _..Arli 5iuJJsil 1-: ,-> : .._r. 9 IbM
and Diarrhoea nursing and good medical attention bisearly :'. :" r ; __." '..y' -5107sLv..n__..PtG.nearh.-tr3 'S-r:4IY IT -. .sr 8-f1Jtt
i ia url'\1. HEALTHAre I' .;':v; :: ', '- i- 4 i'j ;ii.i.v._A::.. f t1..b.\ lj 1"1 >- : ," I yr A tt$?
"1 find Chamberlain's Colic Cholera recovery a! you constipated? Q -47 i ; ; ._" :. -v u a Ar.' '_ >; ..'J:<_rt... .. l.psasa'ua :;. >.':".'.''' : ; '< .- >.H_, pro 8".GNf t
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and iarrho-a Remedy to be the best Troubled with inul;I;cSuk stI :1
remedy in the world" !says Mr.( C. L. Wise Counsel From the South headache? A;>D OCCIBLNTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT ii1A i1.

Carter: of Skirum, Ala. "I am subject to "I want to give !'Unit"'alnahle advice Virtigo?
colic and diarhoea. Last spring it !'t't'mell!I to those who pilfer with lame l-ack ann.1 Rilicus Insomnia? ? Cose: CccnecU ;Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Coxpan/;:

as though I would die, ami 1 would if Ihadn't kidney trouble," says J. I:. I;!ankt>n:-hip. ANY of these M nr-toms and many others KEY WEST AND HAVA\A.
taken Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera of Beck, Tenn. "I have proved ti> an indicate inaction of the Ll\LR.p .
..' and Diarrhoea Keinedy, and" this!I ab-olute certainty that Kiectric; IVtiers' You J.Sr oed Trains Discharge Passengers at 5hip's Sidr. No Transfers.
morning I feel like a new man. For will positively cure this .!i'trt''m"n.- -
":' Pale by lied Cross Pharmacy and Banner ,lit ion. The fir-t bottle gave me great relief : There T/nw Tahleshow the time' at wMC'h train I :: ; '*y be et*<:te Drug Store. few bottle-i ;- !."h':": .t ;i..n5, tatleiraaval.r'r: .-" i.' ::.e t:3if- -tattd it not guaranteed
and alter taking a mure .
: rathhl: ; sEpaaytotehedresporuIb:4fura. lt.M:.- : anycoarequenceaa.Ldagherefrom.For .
was completely! cured so completely that T utt'sPiilsTake!!:
OASTOn..Ae it becomes a pleasure to recommend thi< Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARL or Other Information
!Io&ralh. ita Kind Yea Hare lhaats S:uJSigume great remedy. Sold under gaurantee al t
Titusville Pharmacy and Banner [)rn "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

\ f4 .. Store. Price 50c. No Substitute. J. D. RAH. [$. Asst. Gcn'l Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. (

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FRANK, LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty EAU QATiTiTB tttittrrrrvr AMESPETTCHABD.President. WINSTON S.BR..u. TJXG,Tice-President and Cashier. 'I
years experience; all kind of repairing ;
done,nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's Showers with thunder and light-
t shoes made to order. For thatDandruff ,
V :ning during the past week. Indian River State Bank

LATEST COUNTY I Mosquitoes are still in evidence. ,

q The early closing movement is now t I
on and will continue till Sept. 1st,

JEWS NOTES. with a half holiday on Thursday p.m. Authorized Capital, $100,000; Paid-op Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, $200,000 j I
Mr. and Mrs. 'W. J. Rossiter are
4 Little Happenings That Help to Make There is one thing that will I
the happy parents of a new 9-pound BUSINESSLARGEST ;
\ cure
Up the Weekly newspaper boy, who arrived last week and is doing e
: well.C. It is a regular scalp-medicine. I
,t I It the ON THE RIVER t tExchanj.e
; COCOA G. Redstone and son are now quickly destroys germs AND OLDEST BANK

4 :tf Mr. and Mrs. J. W.. Dixon left on home from their Banana river con- I which cause this disease. bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated. t'
The becomes Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistent
unhealthy scalp
Thousand Island club
tract and the
Monday for a visit to relatives at with conservative banking granted
'_ Dixons Kentucky. house is now almost ready for its healthy. The dandruff disappears -
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New York It is fine had to disappear. A j,
owners. a
roomy ,
:{ *Mr. Key has the men at work fin- Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City; The Atlantic National Bankof l'
ishing the artesian well on the line of building. healthy! scalp means a great dealto Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida fI

the Fiske and Key lots. ... Jesse St. Clair is studying telegra- you-healthy hair, no dan- ,

Mr. C. W. Schoonmaker has been phy and already shows proficiency in : druffno pimplesno eruptions. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 4 I

the art. Tae best kind of a testimonial -
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ill several days this week. "
"SsU for sixty
..: The Cocoa House is looming up in Eau Gallie's new band is progress- -....., 'Lade by 3.CAJr Co..Lowell.mass.Ai.o E. L. BRADY & BRO., .
ing well. Many of the members maeufstanr.ofStiLiAIII11A.
great shape and will be a great ad-
have procured their instruments and A 9 : .
dition to our town. !\, Pica s.w Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products.
$ the rest are on the way. Success to -a ijers CHtm PECTORAL.Notice ,
The basaball games between: Titus-
the new venture. We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents forIapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
ville and Cocoa were very interesting. in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices OD > i
: As the Titusville boys objected to Repairs to Eau Gallie'sstreets, are Grain and all Groceries.delivered at your station. E.L.BEADY BBOTITCsvILLx FLA.
next in order, and the work will be to Teachers
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# Theo Travis as pitcher, A. J. Floyd
.e attended the shell Office Superintendent Public Instruction.Ti-
to as soon as or
J S occupied the pitcher's box and pitched tnsville, Fla. S.J.N"'ORTON"9Staple
two very'neat games. The dance marl can be procured.Eau The following is a list of the text books to '

in the evening was well attended. Gallie's streets are now free be used,1907 as the: basis of the September examination and Fancy Groceries lIay, saOTVEGETABLES : ; } ] :

from roaming hogs. This fact is a Orthography-Reed's Word Lessons (23c), ,
': \ R. L. Dixon is getting the lumberon Maynard, Merrill&Co.,New York. 4
decided improvement and noticed by standard author will
Reading-Any answer. A SPECIALTY
the ground for a large packing all. Intending settlers will please Composition Maxwell& Smith's Writing '
house. He will have a late model in English; (75c( ). American Book Co. 'Ti'tus'V'i11o. : : F1oric1.n.
+ note this advance. Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (ti.ic), American ,
F for the -- -- --- ---- Se
k sizer and everything arranged Book IVx,Atlanta.
convenient handling of the crop. J. E. M.Hodgson,wife and daughter English Grammar-Me teal fs ((60c), American r--rr-r 1F=r-csr- =J-r=Jr=Jr=Jr=.Ir=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J
Bessie left this week for a short Book Co.
Pumpkins are now the latest crop U. S. History-Field's Grammar School($1)),
stay at the Jamestown exposition. American Book Co. TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.

in the market. They will sail for Norfolk via Savan- Florida History-Brevard&Bennett's((00..),
American Book Co.and Fairbanks, H.& W.
'. : Mr T. Hall, lftand Mrs. D. St B. Drew Co.Creographyhedway's. r.Victors installed and repaired by expert engineers :li1Vaarin.e :,1
C. Nisbet and Mr. Joe Field, of In- nah.Alex Natural Advanced
Near will sail for New York .
if t.25)), American Book ('u.PhysiologyColeman"s
r dianola, were visitors in town Mon. early in August via Clyde line for a Elements of ((90c), Railwa3T id
The McMillan Co.AtlantaSri
day.We short vacation on the Hudson river ( !_Government-: Yocum's Civil Government Launches carefully stored for the months
have been having some unusually and in New York. of Florida and the United; Mates($t), summer rl i
E.O. Painter Co., DeLand. Fla.
heavy showers this week and oranges Mrs. Paddison and little daughters -\hrebra-Iilne's High Scoool ($1)), American t-T r-rrrrrr-rG r-rJr-r r rrr_

a E filling out rapidly.Mr. Book Co.Physical !'I
are --------
Majie and Ruth will leave early in Gt.'Ograpby-Tarr's New ($1)), -
Chas. Davis of Augusta, Ga., The McMillan Co..Atlanta.
55 : August for Ohio and North Carolina. .Theoryand l'ractioe-Tor first grade certificates Jas. Pritchard & Son ,
arrived Wednesday a visit to his -Psychological Principles of Education
Alex Near is building a warehouseon
t parents, Mr.'and Mrs. A. J. Davis. by Horne. Parts III and IV for September Titusville, Fla. :i l i
+f his new lot opposite HodgsonBros. ($1.50)),The McMillan Co.. Atlanta,Ga. .5 5
4* For seconc and third grade (:ertifitatt'STompin's Agents for the i,
LT ? The building has been treat- in which he will store his well
library of 75c ,Giun
Philosophy Teaching )
ed to a house cleaning, also the lot driving plant pipe, boiler engine., &Co.,Atlanta,Ga Original T & M Reversible ''I
These books may be had of most book dealers
has been hoed over, which makes it etc. in the state,or from the publishers by

-. more pleasant for patrons this rainy All the World mail,poet paid,on receipt R.of WALKER price.J MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES C,

weather. Supt. of Public Infraction. Thoroughly covered by patents
:: Dr. Daniel is having the grounds no knows superior that H for llard'rht'umatimtitrjoint: Snow Liniment has:;, Brevard County, Fla. t The Engine that Runs Without Repairs j

t surrounding his home cleaned and cuts, sprains, lumbago and all pains. --- I
k and look fine. Buy it, try it and you will always use" it. These motors are safe and reliable and
trimmed they who has wed Ballard' Snow BOBBINS
Any body ran be operated by alcohol or kerosene
Liniment is a 1 living proof of what it does.
with as good reMiltsas by gasoline
't GEORGIANANews All we ask of YOU is to gt-l a trial bottle. GRAHAM using I
I'riw 2;)(:.,50c. and$I 00. Sold by Titus --
has come of the death of ripe Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. co"

Mrs. Robinson of Kenosha, Wis.,
(Incorporated Paid np Capital $23,000.CThis NEW CASH GROCERY STOREA
mother of Miss Emma Robinson, who J. P. Nix, of Dania, in Toils of LawJ.
owns landsin _
i: owns a place and spends her winters P. Nix, the clerk-tax collector or the company Indian Hirer Country

here. Miss Emma has the sympathy Dania, who was arrested a few days ,on the St. Lncie River FULL I.1XE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GRUCKKIKS.
at New River, and on Biscayne HAY, GRAIN, FRESH FKl'll'S AND VEGETABLESWe :
r v of her many friends here. She was ago on charges of embezzling funds
L greatly devoted to her mother. of the town and with cashing fare: Ray. buy a} low as possible and sell! for cash: therefore sell the cheapest.Look .
over our stock an.l get our prices before buying.
rp ii checks, waived examination Saturdav PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
Mr. 0. N. Page and sister, Mrs. Corner Main ami Hopkins Greets
before Judge A. E. Heyser and was Send for landlist.
Wickoff, who have been visiting Mrs. held in bond in the sum of $2oO( for G. :a:. :DECEITS cfc CO.,

Jane Taylor for some weeks past, his appearance for trial in the crimi OFFICES TITI">V1LLK, FLORIDA.

left Tuesday for Miami. Mr. PageS nal court. Up to the present time TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.

will visit his daughters, Mrs. Edwin Xix has been unable to make the {"' ..atl. ------

t Nelson and Mrs. W. B. Hainlain, oft I' is said that in the event of Nix ;.> D. II. SPELL E C HARDIN Pharmacia l Ito J. r. SPELLBANNER 1

: that place. jug released here that he will be ar- 0. A. STEWART

Mr. Roy Salisbury spent Sunday in upon warrants from other places t

charging him was passin worth DRUG STORE
our town, the guest of Mr. A. B.
less checks.-Miami Metropolis.

Carter. ____n_

Mangoes are ripening and are de- Trustees Restrained in Selling Land Insurance Titusville, Florida *

: licious. Bunch grapes are beginning Judge John W. Malone of Tallahassee -

re to color up and wild grapes are ripe has granted a temporary in- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI PURE DRUGS and CHEMICALS

' +. enough for jelly, but "skeets" are so junction restraining the trustee of the

bad that not a small boy in town can internal improvement fund from selling represent some of the leading FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES

be hired to pick them. It looks as certain sections of the land formerly companies of the world and any PERFUMERY, SATAIONERYEtc.Soda .
business entrusted to will
me receive
t if the good wives of Georgiana would covered by the waters of lake! Jackson prompt andcaref attentionwwla..mar

i have to go without wild grape jelly in Leon County. Elbert N. Ma- Water and Ice Cream

{ .. this year, though that made from bry of Lake Jackson was complainantin

4 the large red fox grape i is just the the i-etition for injunction, Tvhic'n is wrI
r a test case brought by Mr. Manry for a Pleasant Our prescription department is in charge of an ex-
with roast duck in the
thing serve
and and chemicals
the property owners in the Lake Jackson perienced man, our drugs are all new
+ winter season. 1' Half Hour and fresh and conform in purity and strength to the new
!; neighborhood who are opposing;
edition of the L" S. 1'harmacopea
Everett Dawley i is reshingling one
the sale of the lake by the tmstees.rested .
of Dr. Wittfeld's cottages this week. 3$
Rev. J. H. White was the victim Loses Sight of His Left Eye
A R \ AIlABM111ARAR11 htiAr r 1.t 7a,1i'.l c 1 \ii (( ti 4 l ffq
., of an attack of heart trouble last I. R. Fit-teller, of Narrows was f.h. ..lltt1ifldtuH ll1rguE1vaviiuh1$1zvIt.rlfir ,1.frE

@ week. We missed him and his wife victim of a most painful accident whr<* '

services at work on the State dredge Everglv- '
k from the Sunday. Quite a

;. f number were out in spite of rain and I at Fort Laulerdale on July ::rd. I* The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.

y mosquitoes.Mr. appears that he was riling; some part of

1 the machinery when a small piece ofbtt',1 looking over the H N3Y BOSCH COMPANY -
Fritz Ulrich and wife arc WALL PAPER samples .t
struck him in the left eye, entirely your I
their friends to own home-sittir.g comfortably ia youra.y MACHINE SHOPS
treating some
+ very destroying the sight.! He cam chair! You..n m.V 9 a etterClecti1llI
I 1 fine figs. They have a good crop every to Fort Pierce the latter part of last that way than by ransacking the 1I.! (>m.
t v Yea _*. th. whoU Iin.-lh. very latest
year. week where he has been under the du'crs-th. loveliest tints and richest
r -- ----,-- care of Dr. E. E. Rollins until Wednesday color effects! ,including imported pattsrcs. ; Plumbing and Metal Work
The Smile Everything good in wall paper in the
I when he left for his home at Nar BoachliM.It's .

I that won't come off appears on baby's rcws.-St. Lucie County Tribune. economy. ten-you. get th. lowest
a !f t face after one bottle of White's Cream 1 New Yort.- blc&Vo pri a. BUILDERS'
; E Vermifusre, the great worm medicine The Right Name any Will call hour with you BoreS DCDe.Samples Lark M HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS,
Why not keep that smile on baby's fare.If them over to your heart content
; you keep this medicine on hand you Mr. August: Sherpe, the popular overfeer -not the heat obhxation to
j\ will never see anything else I but smiles onhis II of the poor, at Fort Madison, la., buy.traiag tla.lwCh It'a our war wan of r.-aJver- Agricultural Implements

face. Mrs. S-, Klackwell, Okla.,I says: "Dr. King's New Life Pills are
1 fa .. writes: "My baby was peerish! and fretful rightly named: they act more agreeably,
. .r would not eat anything and I feared do more good and make one feel 1 better V. W. ELDRED SANFORD FLORIDA
x he would die. I used a bottle of Whitp'J I than anv other laxative." Guaranteed ,

i Cream Vermifuge and he has not had aeuk L to cure biliousness and constipation. _;jc. The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator i ;
day since. Sold by Titusville Tharjnacy : at Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug ........ ...
and Banner Drug Store. Store TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA }, .. ... .. ...... ,., ...... ...... .,...... ..

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