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:
March 10, 1905


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
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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wt **. T_w. to say the article over the signature Atwt TttmavW I On Monday next we will place on sale r rtr ).4 la BrUf. ,

The finest assortment of the, Bread "Titnsville! Fisherman" is, to my \\adp A pleasant nine room house for about 5.000 yards of white lawn one lot Oysters in every style and quantity at
mint, a good suggestion in regard to the
aDd Pie at F. F- C. Grocery. Inquire of )Irs. DoddotC s&1e.1:of very fine sheer quality, worth 15 cents F. E. C Grocery ,
.i fish law. Allow no seines used at all No
i fur L 12J also one lot of India Linon lawn,
7 Upright piano for tale cheap. Inquireat mullet taUght during the months of No Mr. J. Kline arnved dbome from New Meters Frank M. Wilson and E. J.
32 inches wide worth ID cents special 15
the Indian River Music House Titns- York Pretnrioa cf }
vemberDnxmberand January, except Wednesday afternoon Canaveral were here Mote
cent; also! aOO\herlo& worth 25 and SO
_.., TiU, Fla.. by cast net for family me only. By all Mr. Will Meswr is riding a new Barnes cents, for 20 cents. day and made Tin STAa office a pleasant >

c )lr. Adhemar Brady left Monday afternoon means keep all kinds of nets two miles bicycle just purchasednm the Indian Checked nainsooks, !in assorted sixes of call.Mr.

to join Mrs. Brady. who is visiting i from the inlets Our game and fish laws River Music House. z. checks, ranging in price from 10 to 23 Reeves, of Thoms...lon, Ga., is r

relatives atf tuart. at present are rotten and not enforced. Citrus stock grown on high pine land. cents per yard. spending some time here for ret and

Sebastian and Oak Hill items are neces Being a boatman have often eeen! a pet Indian River Nurperkeleetabliehed 1SS6 Navy blue trilliauline, 42 inches wide, I recreation, stopping at the Indian Him ,

I tartly deferred until next ..edt'. iwue for stretched out arrows the waters ithin one end for catalogue, Toledo and West lqn the material for la-lies' kirk, worth hotel

lack of space this week. hundred yards of the inlets Let ns have aim Wac!!. ;l.COa yard, at a special prlceoft&cenU, I Judge }1. !S. Jones left Tuesday nwning

a good law and then have it enforced. line on the 1:30 train for )Miami where he is
; Three members of the Titosviile orchestra We have the finest of toilet soaps white. I I&f
Eic GALUE Do.muc. holding the spring term of for I hide
i expect to leave this afternoon to furnish ever offered on the east roL Prices \'\cloth, for doors and windows,

s music for the masquerade boll at Cocoa DEATH OF .T. BASSETT. range from 10 cents op fc> as high as f 1.00 33 inches Tide, 20 yard rolls at a fractal county this week .

;T tonight. per cake. Red Cross Pharmacy. price of f litf: per roll.lkrklt'Y" Mr. Mackintosh, an eaten*fee oyster '
: We received the following letter the packer of New York in Tituvil!
cloth 12 [ was
English long yardpiece ,
Call belle cracker and Miss Fannie afternoon
jars an exquisite Budge left last Friday
fret of this week from CapL Ross Boush-
for $1.60.Lmisdale Wednesday on hw north after visit
I t line of souvenir goods of all descriptions for Miami, where she..iII visit way a
er, commanding local corps of, the Salvation domestic wide to. West Palm Reach.Mesrs. a
bate just been received at the lied Cross for aw hile with her parents, }Ir. and Mrs. yard special
Pharmacy. army, from Atlanta dated March F. T Budge 12 yards for $1 00, Monday only. Vincent and Dykes sold their

3rd: Embroideries: and laces at alniott one launch Ripple lAU .ek to Mr. I. P. Alien -
,; )f rs. Crt spe, a sister of )fro T.-1' Wet- Jim a few lines about the death of Mr. Ronald Frenaley, who has been in
half of
their regular price. of Qiurtenay who ia running dui between
more, arrived last Saturday from the) James T. Basoett that lived in your city the! employ of the F. t:. C. grocery for Indian Head linen, 42 inches wide, lirtckledge and Indianola.

north furs visit ota few weeks with Mr some months has given that
at one time. lie came to Birmingham, past, up position soft finish could hardly be told from genuine IW
and )1,.. Wetmore.Mr. and will take position with Crow Pharmacy just receiveda
$ Ala., last spring. I was running a tent up a 19 .
linen special rents.Meinten's b ,
invoice of hand mirrors
new handsome
and )Ira. E. M. Holman went to: meeting there and he came to me and I the F. E. C railway. talcum powder, in violet or souvenir goods handkerchief,and

Daytona Monday afternoon to upend a employed him to look after the tent. Riddell's Carnival will give a special plain, aim r.lgattin violet or cashmere boxes. &.l1uullllll11, of glove

: few weeks ere returning to their home lie was converted and afterwards joinedthe i matinee Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock bouquet, at a special| price of lit goods.

.t-; jn Worcester, Mass.Mrs army. lie was in Birmingham with I far ladies and children. All school children centi.Mattress. Call at Titnuville Livery at rear of

five months and lived agoud will be admitted the matinee Robbing law other, for etyliih rigs.
:1 Wetmore will entertain the ladies me over at special ticking, good heavy quality, I

[ of St. Gabriel's guild this (Friday) afternoon straight life, then hut wife and daughter performances at 5 cents. special 10 cents also good quality of Leave your orders for hauling, both ,dou
l' sent for him and he came to Atlanta. I l-le! and single.! J. M. Otban proprietor.
at her home in West Titusvilie. All I. W. HARPER WHISKEY pro- heavy 8 ounce feather. ticking worth 20

,, the members are cordially invited and, arrived here about ten days ago to take nounced by world's best experts, the cents for 15. Master Call Norwood, received sonic ',

also, bring their friends with them. charge of our work and found him still world's best whiskeygrand prize-higheet Mail orders: promptly filled: on any of' severe brut** ou his face and head Wednesday -

t The Progressive Culture club will be saved and happy. He took sick .oda,1! award Ft. Louis World's Fair. Sold by the above goods. I' afternoon caused by falling from

I afterwards and died. He said he was Jrurs KLINE a and the! wheels his
'f entertained next Tuesday afternoon at R. L Motlow and F. A. IhiI I. I wagon running oter ,
": sure he WAS prepared to meet hid God. Titnaville, Fla. I head.
the residence wise Glad win by Mrs.Howes Mrs. M. E. IV'ebberandsonMr. Frank II I
,j Miss Palmer and Miss Gladwin.Riddell's The funeral service was conducted by the Mrs. C. C. Edge) and little daughter
Webber, arrived home from Daytona last
:Salvation: army, the G. A. R. attended ina arrived from Fort
t Wee the first of the
t Carnival will give stcial Saturday to remain here permanently,
I' body. The board of state institution has week much the
grass to pleasure of the ,docmr
matinee Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock Mr. Webber having taken charge of the pled with a question of vital iuijonaiice

1 ;4Ia for ladies and children. All school chil Riddell'a Carnival will give special express office in place of Mr. Stark who to the state, a question involving eight' or who was looking rather lonesome without

e' dreo will be Admitted at the special matinee matinee Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock has been transferred to the train service nine hundred thousand dollars revenueto them I

.It. !tt performances at 5 cunts. for ladies and children. All school children Frank was checked in Tuesday.Dr. the for state the, next the leading four of the state convicts Mr. F. F. Taylor the owner of the Indian .

1.j. Beautiful selections in leather guuda will be admitted at the Ipt.\'ialmati.! C. C. Feigel i l. dentist hag conclude were" eleven Ht-aUd years.There bids opened River hotel has been in town several -

and burnt wood work have jalll been received nee performances at :5 cents. to prolong his May in Titugville for onemort' at the hour of noon at Tallahax on days this week looking after the painting .
of last Mch. 2nd. and that
1I1.k. improvements
Thnraday are being
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1. at the Crow Pharmacy. An week to attend to the various professional
The r..adIIltle bids disclo4
ngures made to the .
1 inspection U all that is a ked. You will appointments he has made. quite plainly the tact that turpentine andphoephate I

\ be sure to purchase these novelties Tbe new Farrand pipe tone organ for Anyone desiring first class dental work men reaiz! the value of labor I !'* Carnival will give a special

St. Gabriels Episcopal church arrived the that can be controlled matinee Saturday afternoon at o'clock! .
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Seobie and their done at reasonable price will do well to
Miss ) left for first of the week and was promptly placed call on him at once. Location at the oM Each bid' wa accompanied by a Certified for ladies and children All school children
'c daughter, Merle Wednesday check for gums covering a de|*' it uf
'I Norfolk, \"IL, which will be their perma. in its new position by K B. Wager, of bakery stand next door south of Mrs. ten dollars per capita upon the whole will lit admitted the special j mati.n .

neat home. Most of their household effect the Indian River Music[ House. All who Ifeisner's boarding hou e. number of con*
were shipped to Norfolk this week. have heard this instrument declare thatit -- .- twelve number hundred being and between the clerks eleven ranged and Mr. If. H. lUynwnd, of Northeast,

t has the (genuine pipe tone which is M J Mn Pa., arrived h..n"hh his
.',1 Our esteemed townsman, )lr. Adhemar .pun ,, ,1el" 1U1f.1! from four thousand dollars, which accompanied liouwboat and
well adapted to the human voice in ring White Window Shades, also! ecru. bids for one-third of the cot il1/*. towing launch Tuesday morning from
short but talk
1 Brady, gave a interesting ing. It.ill be used at the regular service Carriage, Boat and House Paint. to checks for eleven and t 11 rite thousand Ormoiid, acwmpanied by Mr*. liayruond.
on the railroad wharf Sunday afternoon Lamp Wicks all width dollars. i
Sunday morning nextINVITATION. .\. he waa anxious to reach Banana river
A The subject matter w as along! the socialistic Tapt'l ----- Wall Paper in Mock. he made a hurt tarry, an he WM after ''
line and he was listened to by an appreciative M. ii. Wade and Walter HIfor all theennskta,11i
Fl'KNnTKK:, DRY (H>01>S, S Jlm* 7511t'r year tw't'&Jlita. forone having a good duck hunt before the et-a. I
audience. To the ladies of TitusvIlle and Brevart Chan A. Gardner Titusille, Florida >third of the convdsl"2. son id part.

t Mrs. Henry R. Jones, of New Hartford, county: We cordially invite yon to call C. II. n.rnt1l.Co) fj 7.70 fur all
in and Inspect our stock of !hoes, by far CHURCH NOTES. The I'luV guild will U entertainedby
Ct., arrived last Friday for several "l"t'ke'til .\ Cord A. (.ii (one-third. |:210 25R.
the prettiest line ever shown in ItrrvardCounty I II. PaulAC.i., for all.11hil0." Mrs. I' Nelson at lK tne! in
with tier daughter Mr"*. W. M We have large luck of all the The pastor Rev. W. F. A I'tn. will
K (i. It"-, foralllti5laiW. South Titufvill on Friday afternoon
Brown )1 fl. Jones' many friends will latent oxford, in all colors in the Queen preach in the Methodist church in Titiu- J Hillman, f .raJ) 1 174 ft) March
fin I. 17th when there will! lie
be glad to hear that she is rapidly reeve Quality alum have a beautiful line o( rule next Sunday, March lath at 11 a. Knterprise: I-nmber Co., for one-third
white folds. To them is fancy work, et'., on wle. All members
o i see to want $191.75.;
ring her usual health after a severe attack m. and 7:30 p. m. NinJay school at 10a l
them. W. J. Brvan. f>, .11. $iy, (lJFriJ& and friend of this organization are c<>r-
of the grippe. m. The pastor will preach also at
at PENNEV A BK NMM.'S.The Confoiidated Naval stores and dully invited to 1.
t'. Mr. C. F. Naetbing of New York city, Clothiers and Furnishers.s Mini at 3:K) p. m. To all thr eeveryone t'niCf': Commission miany, W K Coachman --- -Iin-Iot.----
-- ---- is invite the ,.. l lwvf for all!
accompanied by his .wife two daughters' president pr*"" .
I muni.Mr. I"; .1) for .vii .. of first .
Rev. W. r.11,0 will commence a per f ; per i nt. choice elected
: and in-Iaw arrived Wednesday for a .
\ Victor
son- talking! machine and one dozen
trip on the houseboat, Rose Marie, from (i. R. Cooper of. Uk Hill, was i.. of protracted meetingat Cocoa on U).nmg and iUount fur all, 1.1Q 'ft.i reooni will be yiteii away to thefmller t

this place to Palm Beach. About a railing on frietula in our burg Sunday.Mn. We,lnelay oeninu. Marsh litfi, ci>ntnuing I f;t..r r L Drew A ("J., for OI..IIIfJ. of the link* iiijmtier Penney; AFia

.,' month from now Mr. Naethingexpevta (1 J. Ziy strut from Saturday toTwnay far a week or ten days. j I II"', :!.'., I Uannirg'" Gent.' "nrni.t.ll',!

Then will tor divine i n iCt1l .'undsy I The convict during the past f'"ir rears j i Iluii.e. T111l1lY11J o. iIntyrsipnp| wihilar
of friends from NewYork with her (friend Mn. Jane Ihx I'l" on j .
to bring a party U< MjrcliATlil
i have tern ie xe *.i to fiah for tarj on near Miami. OUt in <'(ldU*. next at M. Marks church Coma, at 11 a. j I :> >rn> sod ('urhn.t.-riun a'u,{-any fir tt rIsirinufltSIai rut l'Allm!! and hear the \"II t<,r ptay all
m. and 7 p. m. The RY. MilUgf; Walker ,,, ] i the ltft haiii nniM>'
Mr. and Mrs. 'arl Kohl 11 iir !Irateshortly '' + .nrr.prrtNnslyh.a
t RIDDELL CARNIVAL COMPANY.The for their home in Ciolt nda Ili. will preach in the" evenirg.Rev. j .I U-rn len..- to Mr-'"". Wei-t. Knott' I II!.!
which J. B. Haw k wan bh.-d to tii-ap- I Canip and '.Irnaj'.... fir the !sons of fI..1: I J MEETING TOWN COUNCIL.
Riddell Carnival company after a piranant visit i here with reUtitrs I
.nl The ., .f ier the !
anxmnt r fivr on>
baa been in Titujvilte since the first of the and friend j',,:nt the arpe trnTrtaton which rtli, ..] : Irate "> the fc/ri-la! Natal "'tnrt"ae"jlJl.ny !i i I The town ('t"lhf'III".t Tu.t-ly turning

t week ha done a burins that has been Mr. Ihivi.l llalcbinvn, of New Jersey. :-t. Paul's 1"IItlh-t ctiim-h tAU (i.:Ilif.i | in 1 sr.' au>Mi.ted x,1144 1 .M2 '. !Ii i After reeling the nunut'! of fat Iiw" ting -

14 satisfactory to the manager, Mr. Rid- I i ia-t Sunday etrninir. On arrivirg frvmCity The fT!"fcm ha* tern jtfentiyami improve.Ii ,; a nxrfion "a. made an-l carried tint
very dl'IL11 the feature of this rtrevt fairare j jlw purchard the Iwa" and lot of Mr Point Mr. Hawk had to take to hi!* i! nn.t"r tif leas Ui,. arrarg"m..nt hat i the nar li lal i hire net arxi wajor.itmt re-
| Manning irttfi*, >r., and will make >hi. !! bfn highly: fti fctory v<> tf.e bnard.
) fine and first da* in every respect bed on account of a vrry 11 CfLof pair the toad p.a vt on the r<.+.1 touch of
really i U.h tie future winter rwme. Mr. (intfi : ;'I
Z Y "\ IX in the Alp U instruct hoa.l\_ and !IoJre tln-t.: An Kpworthrrvu : phosphate.l the brtdp* in the park, the nj", n-r! net
i KM not drvidrtl vet where I* "ill lie 1
real entertaining. The people go. I letgu. wore" r was l..rkl and I"fll'Yt'>1by In the fact that their l lal..r can !.. .!.> t. eme.d HJ (tJ
Ire and
land his family will be mia>i by every l..nd..ll1'on and a r.trf,l ld! and tr J :',
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Here bave been liberal! in their patronage, those pr *ut fir an boor or 10. Pis- I and marshal) n..i their try
lone, but WI wish him sucnan wht're't'r I to a high mark of etceflener, trey Lave '
the anticipated. tr>rlla. bi! iinprvvin,( rapkily: : and * alar montMy ir;.,rt. The frlhxirgbll.
more a) than management I he may go.j j tawne 1.rJ pulei.t farkir in the boAfur **
Indian River band has given a concert t) preach at tin: Gallic, rout :"*on- fle s. ;; were t'jdile and ordered paid.

\, evening the sbowt on. i j The dance at the home of Mr. and Mm.ij day morning at 10IB o'lWk and st Me-! I carfally cr-fifidrnnz tK os tuflh Va. T Wurirjr nurtlfti taUrjr. | 60 MlrUrk r-

L every aftrraoon I .A. Taylor Wednesday evening .a* iA'urne at 7:."O in the etening. Ttl'rt' ,f contract for the ext foot years WM V aT W,.r:.7, MBiury _. _- 3)5(
IWl forget the matinee tomorrow thoroughly enjoyed by Round ; Iar.It'1l to C. if. Krr_ it to .,f Jack- veil T W."rl7 mat k ,6 MXMt iLls
t'c: at 4 o'clock specially for ladies atdchildren t land everyone. will t* F.pworth: Jrifse devotional meeting O.nnlit'! thepnjpcn.Lllt.-t"f1 ;it. & i'rip tkk. MUry: .. .. ..(f.l
admission for children 5 cents. square dancing war kept cp until it both cLurrtira in tK* e\vriii2.Tl -- -- ['l I:. > heck, IDtU""cII .arrasta .. n.II

'I f' Mr. Riddell from here to I>ytona, half after twelve, when cake and co5e --.---- i our "U.,:_ ''T. D*. Lit I'v .trio! 1S,tta-. .. lat;7t.
r goes war served and dancing was continue* FUR -U F t I ( A. I'rwt.' <4E<* r.ot ..
1 where the The of Mr. C (V.!|hn,. .u -
: then to Jacksonville, sww swill crn -
a mhiJ {abbr. The dance *a, gir'n ia sharpie Ail R:.t.t hat be E. L B *Jy d Br s.. a.w.r fHd.-- j..aI
i of ta tdnan i t*
be stopped until the !eaten *'e**>nhaifausvd. si'tsnq rorDi: + re > < rrsmdsellir.gandgrerrand lit: l sa t LaniUr a.
I honor of Mrr. and Mrs. Cart KahL l 110101.t your own tjnre." (Nd for rwazrantbe*- ,i mipi Uo. kale rTouJ .3t

f:... hufotu'C partner, etc. Addrt-e Fact 215 I Dens known a- it.. f K: C. fr* rry ,u>re, .. .._. .. .. .. Itit$) !'
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.. I 1'0& ULE- 'oneof the nift t. Single tomb white leghorns are the adjourned u> suet oo lLain >
the tow n of;"-
breed that till the egg b&J keL We aw i hooch 35x7 draft 99 Inches, plate Rrll E -- -- --- -- first Tne day !pailvlAr'TLu.
from Ut"AST trU.cabia.. flawed in maltc rWtnc .
.' Gelling tv$'f for: haiduiu our 'CU1! fOR SALE CHEAP Futt CA1H. -- -- -
To the Tito nle Blaf: k>mith :>h*>p &/
a' 11.x11 per 15e' light and storage baba'ry, trtrco h?* t. .
, peas buJl! 'rot roar work dace The o f.Y exj...-nbUcfcttnitb \bf.ctrH of **\ hizh land on
WoDW D I\' \ *, l a o o DXA )f'L <<*. abuutuJ ? .\ t.or.r
; I l YJun r geeL's and well Loh.
enco% m Loan Ah .ork1INauntftd the iJe of tt.e Indian
t. harp4.r.L at a bargain. Address R. thin ozf east or doran rues
PrK'loo- ttia.11 too JfJAUe fSJft
and arr-JcKl tf-ll UJ,,
pruasptiy U: at the Narrow dried at (i). tJA
Work done anyter :n So 3. t* f AtK AT A IUKOJLIX. BLACKSMITH $00?. ,
roM the town. Alan u&iking, pfeorra ylumbir and in VJWCI&IP JI jQth.. range J!) ra t. -- -
AfterAprtll.t we will old 1JDU! I\>n'l forget I do all kinds of black! rt{"ii&i done at the Titl1Hli e This land i* oniocrol bet fn dy! to.steal. wa Trla.ChKkinii .

Et milch ww for sale, all frwb since Jan. smith and wa oa work hone rhoeicg lUacktsitb bop. Cutx one, C?.. a a:;. For firttr particulars addnK. ", Lf dIU'lt, t'Ch + t
.. 1st. For particular addw, and teD repaine;. Call and ere me. sad too still be done rLt t,,. M. Lnw. W.. R. CasaTexu,
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: Kill.
",' '_ 0 Tager- __ The Boer leaden are said to i United States commercial agent at

f < ;; : putt "HEIflVECYFRh.YMOKNIML be sullen and distrustful and must be Moncton N. It. Two routes from the 1I

., ".. '" .. appeased t j United States to Dawson are describedby
r ? i. rVB'CII11111y.S4a PER A>\tiN;
.k" The Boer are agitating for a goveni i the agent the shorter and more
:i 7* c 'n rem SIX MONTHS.x
:. --i 5';' .. ment dependent wholly upon the POl'u'l popular one as follows:
;?. .:;. :. .". Katr. FuraUhed oa lar*will, and associations have been
I D.11UOD. the capital of the Tukon territory .
; .{ .
'i- .,,'. ,.-',+. :" ._- organized to agitate the Question. The : and the residential and commercial

;;: 1>;: ; 1 -It neat t>* e! .arI1 understood that neither British rulers are inclined to grant a cttttr of what is commonly known ai the I
Klondike baa of J.MO
a population
r'f. 4 eliu U rwpunwble fof
THE But it
"T4E *
: representative legislative body of which of various nattonalitle ttle Americana, '
f upia.oua .IPrtMf'd by norrfipondeoU.Oolac some of the members would be appointed with :.4F4. forming 79 per cent of the total. for RheWnatiamGUts. i
The city Is easily reached during the season A Sure Cure Spnun Wounds. Old
1'#; .>. Back to the Wood and the others elected! by the people.A of navigation (from about May IS to Sorts Corn. Ban rs,

!J A vast multitude of people never > compromise is talked of which would : Oct. 10) in aevcn to nine day from Seat QaHs. Bruises Contracted Muscles. Lame pack Stiff JoiaU,
tie. Wash., or Vancouver, Ur1U i
,: predate the aJranta"es they enjoy un- give the country districts where the by three lines of st '.asi'-r to Skar- Frosted Feet Bums. Scalds, etc.

t less some sort of cataclysm forces them Boers are strongest a decided advan way Alaska (three, to four .f s), where AN ANTISEPTIC that stops ImUUsa subdues IftflAJanution. -
I ronntion U made by nil to White .1 arid drives out Pain.
r upon their attentbu. The mLriea of tage over the towns these the outland Her** (one day), the h...
ii life, K> called-that is, the many little era control It Is noteworthy at this on the Yukon river. From White Horse promotes a free circulation cf the Blood ffifir-ff the Muscle

)>:- ills and drawbacks-are brooded over time that the press of Holland declares the White Pass line runs comfortable I I naluril tt $tiClty.
.. boats to Dawson In from three to four
i; and talked about ceaselessly Hard that the Boers are renewing the great I daj.. This company operates between BUT UNIMCNT ON EARTH

luck stories are continually on the treks of 1834 and 1S4J in scattered White Horse and Dawson: twelve vessels I I ONCE TRItO ALWAYS USED
and five barges with a capacity of X.WO
: tongue's end of people to whom real groups, 'going in different directions. tons During the season of 19M It han RHEUMATISM

bard lurk Is a 8trdot; >t". There are About 2.0"K) Boers have settled In German I I dl*>l r.447 tons of freight and carried 'I IJ'uSt'ngt'fI. CURED SCIATIC
I'aSHnr..r rates from Seattle
rare souls who keep a tab on what they 8outh..n'ttrlca since the Boer i
to Matson are SiV fir>t class and 15 CPC- St. Knosvflle.
Mrs. E. A. 500 Craig
Simpson ,
call mercies and liiessin! ;,.. but too war but Germany does not welcome 'I and cla! Tenn. writes I trying
l1awliOn by the car loci are C to J4 S perlru :
often this trait U set down to eccentricity them. The South African Po t, published -1 iR>unJs Commodity rates from the Hot Springs. Atk., for sciatic thcttnatum, but I

or religious! extravagance.Now I Amsterdam, advlsrs the Duets ractnc coast point during midsummer get more relief from Billud's Snow Liniment

the blessings of life are the who locate within German boundaries are 12: J7 per 100 pounds Frcm Dawson than any medicine or anything I hive ever tried.
1 the rates t" Eagle, Ch.-na or Fairbanks, Inclosed find postomce order for '1.00. Scud me
:' chlff part of it. If the miseries whichare to qualify as citizens, submitting to the and Fort Ctbt:(m. Aliska are. per ton. I large bottle by Southern l lprtu."
demands of the Cerman $10. 170 and }*J. rwpectlvely. The White '
har >ed upon so much were real governmentand
rasa rail Uivisiun t'tv.f't'n Skairway and I THREE SIZES : 25c, 50c AND $1.00
the duties of the state.
( existent would I* intolerable and accepting !
White Horse. mllu
' Ill "I"'rtdally
death would! l-e tailed a* a mercy. I pH M'njEer and fright !\t'f\let'. 1IIlh a capacity I
; of at least a uw) tor.s a day. This Liniment Co.
TIe most common and at the same Hum as a Poet of 1Ar. i company Is under the Canadian nag, but i I Ballard Snow

> time the most fniit.'eHs worry is! about The birthday anchersary of Hobert American capita is largely invested tn It ST. LOUIS. U. S A.

what might happen hy losf fortuneor Burns calls firth in some quarters the A route from Seattle by way of StMichael's

of position in life Mind troubled! usual critical remarks as to Burns' true consumes twenty-thn-e djys.
In this way think that the rut III which place In the ranks of the world's poets. Two stein.boat companies! operate on

they find thr u:o'Rts it I tit only one Among otU-r things, it I is said that his this route and carry passengers; from SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

.;t possible for them ('lml'; they laid view of life was'dllit' sang; Seattle t.. I awson for $12T. Numerous
would spell misfortune. Km changeIs :: of life as he knew it. and hU view : independent steatvers, sjtiling under tb@i -- ,--- -- .

-.. almost always' a blessing and one to finds an etho wherever his verse Is I United Stale or Canadian Car ply be
"': :I be welcomed even un abrupt change.; reid and that means in almost half hn'f'n11 i t t' IIor: and Dawson.Iegrad.rtlon'of Southern Railway.

': Homely philosophy ha< it that of the civilized world. A "feature of I -- --

r: 'things are never no bad but they nature" f is what a critic of past years .
.. a ovellst.A t.t t t.t 11t: \nta. 11104. a
might be worse." Adversity sometime called the .\yr hire singer, and his very book hr critids'nis by the late Sir .

; <, t brings sharp contracts In-cau.-e the victims naturalm:s makes him great. Nature Xo JlI .W 34 Hrlwrrn .l.t.'.....u'II..h.' :'II.. lurk \o attolly So.aaItalic
IA'+UC Stephen bas recently appearedin I_ 1'-1 1. i ( Mutt
:l x have led one sided and selfishlives. is the one great fact of the universe, and the achievements ::..: .. .. .. ; rlH
Ati eru a, literary 73. p'. : !! o-I-I.v! Jlul.ItIIIVIll..n.! *u.I:,. Ar. i a u. pIlls
I The contrasts of life ought;; to be and the pen: of Burns J'ju'aks for man of Disraeli coke In for It shareof : a'-- .__ p | .Savannah. (i*. __ I'ooJ.n,. Ar 't.,. a '.p
U"i" -.i i {l1)r! ('U-uU| S. ('. .. 8* Ky. Lv.11', all a
familiar. : children
l1': more Kings teach their what man feels about nature and cannot this reviewer's attention.Sir 1
,61j P' I u 5-" a ;!I" Ar. Rlrhooiri V. .''-o. Ky Lv 'IS .h' >' II M ,.
tt /- how to endure the fare of their him. 'lf
express. "lament the ,-' -- --
t :: lA'slie is moved tn {I.JlIV. .... .IO 45 \r.\\ubIDlh.u.O.. (' liu.Ry. L. I' \I. .1'
If'h r aubjecU, because they themselves may Verse which come to the mind! in the of a prominent 11'1\ t'iht into a 112.V -.. .. ll&la Ar a.4hi.tJ... -. P 11 Ly a 12 a ItSB P

one day become subjects. Some sensible everyday wear and tear of life ns patas Disraeli's brilliant literary 2\.1.> ..... 1 lip 'I Ar i'hila.ieipbial'a. H RL. a iii p
i. I'rimt'mlnitl'r. .83)a, +.. -. .., 415pi .\r.S.\1fIk., S..f I'.IRL. Illth i M BI'riiMSiiK >
of millionaires of the Bible
sons are working the well worn texts or ability, the critic ttiiiiL.s! should :

,W k at the bottom of the ladder! It fortune the aphorisms: of iiojiular folklore cannot have N-en ailow.l to ripen nndlsturUiIby Nia. :3.J and 31- 'NVw York and FlorM KtpreM.: Daily Pugrae lb*,rl <
fickle be line fact lerpinZt'ar: << tn-twwn J.rkv>iiTillr and Nw Yurk.
proves they'll in to he set down as .second rate miles* counties worries and distractions
the Xu" I and 'Wa..hmKt..n and Florid IJwHnl. Uiily 1'ailn.aa >",vi>>( |{.K..'.
poverty. there are grades in truth, which Is h imposMble. i of a parliamentary can-er.' :'1crping ear t .-twrn JarkMtuvillp and New York.

After HenryVard Its'tvher reached Burns epigrams and full .,. .
,lnte l out in Dis
F i, One peculiarity iM < Xu 3"Ifculy. .. <5.. Wfc. j
a city pulpit) with a Princely salary, rtedp ",,-ntiml'htst'II! up fni'.n the : raeli's novels Is the author's sudden rbr.nstr" tIIN17
i) 1
some one warned him 8j:'. m't being heart tl) the brain-are felt before they changen: from the serious to the Iron. -7-M 1..i..J.; Z..I\"dltl..t; *.:: .-.:-_-=-::.::-.:.,-= .. .1&,. Ar del a 1

.. too Independent in his preaching tat are spoken. If life I is a normal and 12 IS a. Lv. avauuabpt-------------------------- I. Ey. Ar lW ati
--,. ical. ,\1 frequent intervals comet a 00 aj\ A f. (7duuthlaS.t' ,...._._..._...__...._.. ....... .. .f1. a. Dr. .
he lose his fine new job. "I can go true manifestation of nature's forces dash of 11.\\ aright sarcasm as unmistakable 150p; Ar. \t.e1i11e. NC----------------------------- If L. 4 t* fM

back to the woods then" said Beecher, then Burns' view of it is not defective; iu its meaning as tbe cut of n 237: r Ar. Hot Sprifign. +. !t7 L" UI a

. ,. and kept on in his independence. He'dbeen since his utterance rings true to what ewp.r.. KnorrillrTrnn.----------------------- '. ty Lv .. *
i the face. '
whip across U al! .
Ar. (1u-anuil ()hie '' 54 ( I.' 0 a pNoa.29and
": : .. ,
1 in the woods" and knew all sides the millions foci and think. A central figure In Disraeli's novels. ---- --- e
3n-i'ulltuati Ura.iltlitUI alld Buffi t *Meplna: Ian heSepea J. k.wsih ..,1
of them. Armies of people be
1'+ alwojs n youth of exuberant buoyancy St lour, JriIy.Ka .

: / the better for a visit to the "woods" The New II") .1'..<1." and astonishing: brilliancy. He in- .

: : of adversity of priniitlvenes*. of hard Those "shrewd city (0:1.: ,," who have: I trcxlucv men t>f genius; and KW M : l3i Bd.c..Juh.'m..oJillb.f.... S.. Itv.
I. I
':\, lines. They are not so terrible once had no end of fun at the expense: of I them act uit to their parts even to ... .. 743 p| IkJ..k.uvlllt:. hu, Ky.. \1 I

I '. they are known. I gold brick farmers are now n
Slavery Is A fate to be feared to b<> that In the matter of gullibility "it's Disraeli his lovers with ad .. 550 a'' Ar. Atlanta ) BySo. Lv IItl f
1 i provides .. .._. on ai, Ar. (::kattawa gs. MyIliK LtLv a is p
1 }!: shunned to l>e fought against; whether I dis nigger's! fast dat's burnin' after eijuate scenery and .' -! .oria t<> exeinpSlfy :. .. i (0 pi _Ar. t tatinuaU., _tl e.
: "- slavery to f.nhion. to thought or to all" Mrs. Chad wick i-oased her mil'l Lis motto "There !+ no love 44) p' I... C 111"11.11. Four Mouse I.. T to aIS ..

habit. Slavery 1 Is misery. On tie other lions out of l'U
: .. > 3S Lv finrtniwti. Lmn *
i r e
hanll.'ht'rt> frwd.lm U misery cannot tt'l p
I rlch-quick concerns waste his
of wealth In
the complement:) .. Ar. < biotpi. I'rDii Lium s
r 7 10 a!!_ :.. ..I .. M p .
dwell. In the "wivxN" of
k txr'rI- nition In appealing: to honest sons pages, and the most vivid and pendld ... ... "Upl' Lv. (ItiiiDhatt, 4" HAD- UI.UHDH t r 1" a

,c 4"0.'t. man learn* the value of freedom toil. Now and then a man from Way- emotions i-ljy across the gorI-ou" back .. .. ? tfi Ar. 4' r & H Uvii .n t.. e p

f and hlto keep itOccupation backis found among the "cornonV grounds.The. .. .... .Up., !.v.'lnt'IJln_", r. tI.-Mubl4'ut *' 7 4e a
._ I.a! Ar. T..M... (\.If A t> -Mi,'b I 01 I... itiep ;-
but he Is degenerate Coater
always a __ :. !.. _at( _Ar. IVuuit.Lv. t'li t -Mtrh h ni Lv H p

,, and Divorce. from town with IWI'rtt..11C1.'" and First Seaside Ii|...>kltton. ._ i 3o p, < inrmiiitti.Piu f.uuIVuii Liars Ar eat a .

i An anlljs of divorce! statistic* for luuwrted conceit. The real countryman i General ritz-IIugb lie and his coworkers SSSii-\T.-'. --.-lmrg., .. --. -Lim. Ir 1\ ,.

the decade ending u--.1 made by the Jnothe value gf money, for It 1 In the Jamestown I ..__ 0 a ) (leveiaad. .. Bit Four h a 3s P
r.altlmorewt"rkun glvc-s a most sustentive Is! coined by tLe sweat of his brow. plans have not fixed upon old Jamestown __ '530 P t--.:; (.-xinatlofl. 'LA.; KI. *r 1q45 a 1S

_r rM $%I.(; *) in t"llo1sb to dishonestly teat J JI 13: I..O\III. Ho. kv 1... to I" p
i There .u alwayt bn aftnlAff lower prr- list7. but a point of land acTI)!-" tl.l'1
of divorce among men engag-t a horse riteas a New York bu.!ne3 : from Fortress tl.lnl1. Su.l3aod l-'Thf .1un.l. Liftrttr4." Ikcit -.1.1 \ .-t.K ,.".. 1'411J i'ko.igt. tA.

In calling agricultural not! excrpting pursuit than the clergy In ary other Sol- I man. Money Invested in crookedness !! TLe locality selei-ted has the advantagis ("
diem. tailor and martn*. on the other is generally made In erookednem. If i I of accpislbility by land and water. ---
E n.tN'm. how the Ugh.M average of 1 I Xo .5 No. 13 l.twa.w J...\111. an" ..... < I Itt ,., 14 S. "f
1 fraud hon t
thanges hands through "
> the of fine twry and a /'foolJlmnte'. .
:i marrtf'ci tnf aolty N it among high -- '"
a"ff'lCf'J com the hostlrrs. the actors. folks need not mimm. There i is little and U suited for the fpettamlar displays .. i Up Lv. Ja rk".oville Fb >. KiSWa t o 11II a
i iI
K : Ar Atlanta via w, kv J '
agricultural laborers bartenders, *rv- V ;
danger that wealth honestly gained
ant and waiter, muilriar.n ant teachers I I which are to toe It strong featurein II n.r. Kinninithaiu. Ala. Si, Ky 1 '' i" f
cf music photographer* prhanpr will 1-e bet to swindlers.! TLe hrvwd- i tie programme. On one ".IIt> of tte i (|5p: At Mi u.phLt. T'-IIH. Frs*. I .. a
l arl>#". lumberman. aa.l *. a-n. limnHh- cess which puts It into the owner's salt tn.r KiI..-.* < !) M rn"'". I :
!i site roll the ( ( ':iO. with its
tag in ratio until the lowest average Is
reached a* ttforr auteJ. among the pocket will see that it stays tLere. : brt'ws. and on the other side there Is 1.l and U' '1 L.- H"r)>*.. I in.,!..1 l-milv
farmer I jruSf. : U.%T Ur111(4 .'''11 ten vii .. lu
; a bart or for the shtpptnzhotel ar-
I A glance at this showing of the fiue- The nivlnin- 1:001. comiu"rr 'C", IOU \vr.r "., rte-t aa.l."r.hie. .....

V H. \II"1f h. I'. T M. 1..4th.. H'X .- r % 4. o' t
the Inference that the bu+hs&l! who I. )oom; Times just to free their minds grounds. .
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eetttrr down! 'e to sj>+'!ik. ha>t the l_t I Lave enraged in a hot argument over : Many of tL* dlacomfoits attending THUS

etantr of kA-plng out of the dsvorrecourts. i the: divining rod. In order to adjudicate : fff'U.r erlOl tithiiM can be a '.ldl'll l st

The coninent s.imetimes made I the question the Timers has employed Jame ctoa n. esM><-taiiy the summer beat I Jti The Motorthat

UV'tht.>. union of ivrtain cuupe+ that a tatrnrtl gentleman who has of cites and crowded street far The

they "ousLl never to Slav married" I studied the rod for fourteen years to region Is fazwd for Its farm prtJlwaDd \: !- !

stems cynil, but it t+ well for 8no1l. | marshal his proofs for and a>;aunt this an ahUDaDoe of nee food. The }

' dates to t3 lif'; note that marriage must : survival of mediaeval sujwr ritlon. The landing! of the English is an ever. tt

have favorable! rnvlronment to :o |'rod is still believed in wtb implicit which should appeal especially t" Er.g Motes !

along happily. I faith In England. althoozh its field cf land and secure her co-opertrton in the !,

1 pcrstsons has narrowed down in latter naval features of tfct di flay. ,

l'ror..s.'l' J3robl of Lepc'c! naJversitythinks ( yean to simply xntteg l water underground L '"

that tleraany will under in It >!-i t.rioil rich nod Messed fir,,' ,
Formerly treasure,
and trtt i-ir T mt'what H-i, ..'.r. .f.h f It .t.tuils ..fluorI..t| .-Itt| )' i hurl AR the urugsl* tar oMnm.>rHal supremacy '. tuiceral reins and even often goodwrre *'
,Ittuth.It .
)/ fern .Iii.! lttis f .
against the Unttetl States It l. cast -JC. ;t for with the ,.)Ij. CrUnisals rn..rrth, keep! voc a,.. i'r, .
IM. Aleut \ f,r rai Ul act it j..
.. (rtd that Germany has the advantage were tnrte fcy :t accvrdtsg+ to .c (r"t! era or tatlit-!. Alt .,".- : 1.
u tire11 j I 111x1' tb,-
auntIt CfHiIII.
today in tie upenor tevhntcaltraining its irm1*! d1stipksJ l In France tie ,fret -" 1 1ar.' .
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l given to her youc: men ted masters! the: rod gained *o moch tar r.r uses Slur T...... k i i.. I..rr..t iu d..itu Lad surf

, U ahead of tie Unites State* ia the ft.f'DIn tie time: of Louts XIV. Cat U"11.10.." 5rbthttg H"i r uiansbiy. JEt.r

American varlet and In Asia they were prohibited from c*!n? t! ta been need' for over -mjr bn by -i.. 4-: thin f
!: furan ""eelwetliag.'f'ull .
wl most t-r' f.rr thtrtr ctttUirm .
add Africa Bat Germany lacks theit mMrIRJ <-
affairs cf tie moral wont ,
9 th p*r&rt Mien, h notf.r. tetnUi. furBridgeportE rat.........
taceos* resources!I and capital witch -- --- -
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t! w w. gnaw. .Ilau a.: }'d" I -' -- --- O'
wJl t* require! for eiploltiajf tt* cart wind i or>:ir. and it ihr best nom ': .

world" cocserxv.. With cap'.u at I A-ocarc orttn rtti la NScarsma !a for di&rrb-a It 'will rt-i,.tf' ttlitsesofevrrtmai. ,.- :.. f 1 ort MachigUe MIIIr C4

coasted, the United States will not January ootira the fears ex-es.e ty liatrh' ;aidhs ,1,.,. ,
ri-t :ift of Uw crtd. Ta. ,
every pu rufi :
i. technical tnlslz ac t'1t..t stare >j that tie -
permit a want of ; years sg propcs.I Er1ft.> Cm.
r t, ve tents a hotti IV lUre and i'* f.- .
. to stand la the way of br beating allcorapetitom. canal wtrckl he along tt* f&J- "Mrs. lVtntlo'ff Sudhjcjj Syrup," ar.;

f ': teak met ilk! "tJ cah.t t'D-t F V HITCHCOCK CO Agents Titairilie, Florida

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fJ! KN EJW. DIRECTORY.SP Jule's dlrectJoo. the police placarded It GIRL'S PSYCHIC FEATS I -'. '

Wit; ';; 'I in the ttreeU. The British ambassador BEST FOR THE ..''';':,

suN. mEt"fo. lit St. Petersburg ailed the attectMcf .i -,

.:\ the oar's ministers to the caaard ,

- TOWXOFFlCEB3.-&r.- i a Ec.Ilia,1II&19T. aDd made a protect Apologte followed Peculiar Power of a Sioux City BOWELSti .
"' aa latley. Banhal tad tax eoS: ctor.; ,
"-s"' 1""ir B K. pyJt. clerk aDd tns nor. Job but Sersitui continued to pot placards -" (la.) Student. It tt uTfetat
Hoary : and Incite farther hatred of Eng b..see.ryday.t.&P.tdrrrnib& a..ppeudgwNa
'r\ MMWHT Joo. R. WaJIU. U. B
eat M real, r ..,la tke
oress shape se
{ s- & L L. Mallow. F. A. Merge W. land. tit sis sr put h' sa'g'..ta. Tkt
f E it tt. Bnaoioc MnieinJL Tb cooneUrit mother story told of him U that .laeelke.t,,twat p.rtert way s[ t ptsa
t'-rnlt,1 Jas > '' fI4aJ'ia! each toast!. wbea cvodocttng military manetum : AMAZID AT HIB: ABZLTTIJkmmm ti.beret*tint sad etta L ta take i

: ;.t CANDY I
. '. COCVTI DlAEC'rOaT.i. on a large scale he caused a bridge CATHARTIC Garden Truckcan 1
,. orer the Volga which was packed with .
say coc'TYornIki-A.1J.hDH-.. biotic Miller Hrfd M'..* be raised profitably only ta toil
& ri *. jodgc D. L. GoWt.. Titan troops to tie blown up with dynamite. I
CIOWI&7 ; ... tempela lsa.l.aale ObJecta I.Ua containing plenty of Pot* h. All
vi Ie. prus a tang uon>ey; A. A. t vegetables require a containing
.i : T osTill.. clerk wart; P. A. Me their Urea for the blunder, which would lire BlddiBC With I: ass-Discov. at least 10 per cac.. stud s

k' Millar EaoUalbe. tax ...-. Eo WU.lI. bare been ridiculous but for the fatal err 0' Her Power fame a. Rrmlt

Thus Ole. AX,colUrtor.Juko Hell".-.'J\tu. result .( rroaele.ey In' S k ol t. l. villa 'ream,,,, J. R. Walker. TiusvUlc, I 1 '
i:<.. wperhundntofyabk! iostnctioo; J.O. I IAnna I + Potash
Christie )lillt1'
1JJ=: Pries, TI&snits, coaaty surveyor; J.P. William E. Curtis. the Washington a aliteeuyearold -

Il Y='" c Brown, Tit "'f u..sheriff: W. S. Xorw xl.TilosrQlc correspondent of the Chicago Record- girl of Sioux City la, attending the EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY

'J .: reji tr tica r>ueer.s public schools his wltlUa mouth P!*.**ti. PtUtaM*. PatoU. Tuft Goot Ito Without Potash no ftrtilutr ls complete -
J \= .' Herald wrote as follows of Sergius a or Ooo4. barer (ow k...W* **s .r Qrip: It. li .a* and failure will follow its ew.Ew .
; t c COUNTY OOMML 10XEBS.-B A. QlIk "Karly In the Husso-Japanfie war Clscovervd that she Las exreptioo&I W asts ,.,k.a. Writ tat teas Mt&pU,sad feoek ,
.. ,f *..MMI..kt.ass aPM hart
let a & tL addls.a 4X1Chica tr
, .;t=:: litg TUlml1r cbairman; W. R. Walker, 71tutriUr.JohQ Orand note Seri u. calle! upon tbe psychic' ability says a Sioux City dis- 0a rt.hoaUds""A.r ae ..4 .awn..A"
B. MM,; JIM. l: SIertnt at.rdi Ctalaalit or Twt. natl.b.a.rlaa "J n.u1 t.ttihxr. but .
: :1- patriotic people of Moscow for contribution patch.In ba<4.c(totWxilfclicv UI .-&tieshu.aae.
- Jotter, Quay J. Frank Bell. Vt bIte City. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN 6ra..nit.'ti' <_ M.1 f...tut tba s
- ; f. Eerusr wsttieium Uld first Moudayin for the nick and wounded in addiliou to describing; articles heldbefore B .1 i.V i.,

. ; each monti. the Russian army in Manchuria and her "hen she 1* biiuJfoklfvl, telling -- LCYMIs ;lU "CkI..
fht J.. T.4as !\__ 5i,1 w
: i ; ooum HClIOOl-BOABD.-B F. uardesty.ebairalanteeba4auA.J.lYrterfurn one of tbe wealthiest men In that city the amount of a handful of coins from behind that article of furniture Atu u'0* -'.$aMt&k area 8uee4F .

I r.-: who owes several large woolen mills wlikh no uue else in the room knew wb..1'tI.i!' ornaments had fallen, she _

'' ball; J. M. OrrtU N bate City. Knulirp- contributed 1U"UMJ blanket .\ few but wLkh\ was later Termed acquiringbetru.r recovered and restored them to Mrs

:t.;.-" visa are bred fintMondsy la reb Dn1Dth.I months later be'tIC approached by a of L'rulidr uieuul ({Uali3catious Mahaney I

ji :.\ ; commission man. who sold him back HW IAT rut in aU Ltr studies From that time on Anna's gifts: have

the same blankets for about bait their and thus earning r3Itldl'rom\lthm. ibis afforded! amusement and wonder taMrs. [ 1

: fl= SIDELIGHTSOIISERGIUS raSiie. and they were returned to the remarkable yuun? girl can make a u- Mauaueys boarders While the e' sl,

warehouse from which they bad re bit chute a Jt?. move ihTa room loarder were holding an informal

tlwr. I t't'11tJ1lJwo given: Srjrius shortly after and fall Into her lap. send it the orpo- !1(1\'." ID the parlor a few nights! ago 1 f

Incidents That Depict Russian called upon the public for a sound site direction in the lap uf another |>er- Anna was requested to undertake experiments

; v contribution for the relief of sick In mind fen.Unrh'tnre/
, > sun on the uj;*>;itf side of the room.

Grand Duke's Character. soldiers and the woolen manufacturer make it stand uu one It'I:. wow it by was plaml lief ore her while she Mtblindfolded.

fJ, ..f ,ri 'I sent him 2 rubles, which Is the mere touch of her fingers; while a She describe it accu

i' : about $1 hi our money. The graml man niu upon it and do other feats rately. Other t'lPf'rlmt'Dti"t're at. r

1 : CONDEMNED) BY REVOLUTIONISTS. duke! was furious stul ordered him arrested that have amazed every one. tempted and in all she proved successful 1A

r i-:: -. and sent to Siberia. The manufacturer Mis! Miller ((4 a pupil!! at the Armstrong .
tu however, was promptly released school in Sioux City. She went Personally Mbs Miller Is of prepensewins >> -

t. taste of the t.ror w. Called when an influential friend warn there from Orant Center, la., whereher'lD.Althou h young.

f ....t.'. Ell G..a.a"-I.a. ..tii' ed that the of the blanket she i* "(-developed and has a pleasant \
Serxius story father i* section foremap of a railway aha "_
t iI' II U .. .or._ ... ........ Mr...rv*. transaction would be published In ev and obtained eiupluynietit: in the fare and figure. Her mentality, \ \

ii _' Ut. With. a W..1.. cry newspaper in urollt'." boarding house uf Mrs. Ella Mahaney. aside from her peculiar! gift mal not

....,.... be sold! to I* above the average. lrevioun [ s
Leo dishes
ii' :: '.r I. I/aus.w. At IhU ratablUhment she wa STEVEIJ'r
-1i.j' If tnuililtil" ttith weak dILr+ tion, b'lc' and doe other work ttf pay fur her environment served to put her
The late Grand Duke of the school child of her
ScrgiUH Uuv ins or *mr Momach. nw Chflsul..rl.ill'- board and lodging while she attends behind average
.f!: ala wbo was a bnnher-iu-law well StamfKh and (.I\\", Tablets and \fwj vii i 1 age the being in the sixth grade when ..- -
school. Her ambition! was to become a ..
: : uncle of the and exercised vet ijuick ,,Ii..r. For sale by FU-d CfltM her exceptional nMllty! was! tmt disooveed i1a..evae.alaaaE.ldp.t. I te.wa. &IAN'
.1'c F- u emperor teacher in the public bchools, and her ilwr a....... .e .f.t,_ a. ..,.woo ,.,.,a .

k i; Immense Influence at court, was regarded Piiai! tnacy -'- -'--- I aim in going to Sioux City was to fit and her wbitlastlv a'hleve- the 1M..I',*.;\.... Book.on Firearms, Free.

: aa the ro..t reactionary of the mt.flBn'ft'. If anything/ blow the it MMKM ..Jilt.sat a. ,. : J..rtra-s id aWear
MARRY OR BUST LEAGUE. herself for this: I'cxutiOD.09': how ,F.I..I.t;": aar
; k .' grand dukes !tad has U-.-n milt. l -Uu- imbued with average. Hut she I is making rapid advance. raa s.-..,.. ...,,, ... .. _....-..... a
ever MU Miller is another
; .. t alu'a evil genius! says the t'hil.tdelphlaPublic Lrsl.rtllr Hf. Swear (. Kindl*..iUKbU idea. She has discovered that and such Is her power to understand ...."""
I As and her ability "c r..," ......... ".
ilger. of problems
> governor geueral complex B'JJUi. : .. J '
1 Year or Forfeit flOO.Kecognlzing the linn ..
a she posKesft ability alone .'"... I.i1th ".....'
, w t. ,', Moscow he was Intensely unpopular. !U to read the minds! of her teacher that l-.r.&:,to ....". ,.. '1." sa ,
that true happiness( to followed by Anna Eva Fay. the Georgia i, .,.,...I.IHiollUU- ...._
t :, : Ilia adVent as governor general of be found only In the marriage relation magnet, and other who have demonstrated she Is fast moving ahead. C ,a '> I H .0'_ __,.

; P Moscow was followed by expulsion or twelve young men In Louisville. K)., psychic power. Rest Remedy- for ('ou.(-li-.'iun. 5TrV2X3 AE:. 3 t TOOL;: CO.
I 'i: the Jews from the central ,'rovI nN.'S. of r u C.>.... i
: '; recently formed the League Marryor The girl has been aware of her peculiar -
1 '" ( and throughout his administration! his "Flittiuoi rrmeily I ever n-v<) i irtmtnhfrUin'i i.. CHIC 'r>X FAIL*. HAM, t'.. 4- !t
Host each one pledging himself to powers not much more than a
I rigorous and harsh arousedthe : stomach' and Liver Tab-
! : take a wife within the year or to suffer month. Knowing! that she possessed ..
t bo I It I I Iris,.f'e >n Mr. Eh llutU-r, greatest tlllty. especially
, : expulsion from the league and to extraordinary faculties but not recognizing N.1: "- ..-v Ht piitl aad milNtutantinple.v
the students.
pay a Cue of $100. says the IxmlsvllleCourierJournal. them an such she needed an accident
:-: :"< Two years' ago after the student riots l. Charles! J. Hee was to discover! them. j It It perfectly optical condition." SIJ by r .
: la which many were killed or wounded. chuM-u president of the league. Joe D. The discovery: came as the result of lied I (''''.-.* Pharmacy.
c: several hundred Siberia '
expulsions to
Bradburn secretary and Stephen Cas- her proficiency In her studies. At er- -
. :;:; followed under the orders of Grand 'i
Other members will be examination Ilkv Hmllin Motif f.FinJinir .
ally treasurer. recitation and in every -
ery jColdsl
; i
k. Duke rVrgiua and Jeneral Trepoff
', accepted in the league, the only objectof her marking were 100. Her teachers health is like tlixUiii money --

: .c. now governor general of St Petersburg which (is to {revent race suicide and t>e rthed lwr papers in vain for an i !x) think their aha .. art- nek. Wdeii son

\ .- then chief of police of Moscow. encourage matrimony young men. opportunity to give her a lower markjIng. halt a nciuli, o'I lr" lliroitt 'ir rdlirritation It should le home in mind that
S"1 there were many threats made t.. tier ..i Itkt W t'
While others making! the accustomed Cm flaw a promptly
were When they failed to any cold wraktns the lungs low
: :" against his life, the grand duke! was ( liHiber. nf >: aiuiy lvrl \'.. lie asst. every
New Year's resolutionsswear In her work they\ decided that he was crs theiuhty and the
l ', obliged! to flee to his summer residence. "I 1 iuiii a trrriMe' chat ttixiblf. <<.ii .<*l byiniikp prepares I
7" lug to remain on the water wagon fora "cribbing." They went to the extent!. .. system for the more serious diseases
I twenty miles from the city. During and i et sat il'i"t "" my itir.gx, 1411sfiet
year, not to smoke or ue tobacco In of accusing h.>r of the offense.: They j tinilm/* rt-h f in 'itlicr rfiiiiilitoI among which are the two
. the recent strike disturbance* the of life
> destroyers human
any form, t'tl"-Mr Ileue and his could find no other! explanation of the I w.'ur.r) (to, Ilr I ling" Ne* II-OIMT) greatest ,
t I grand duke left the Dlskontohny pal I consumption.
1 I,. friends decided that If a man chose the perfection of her answers. The accusation fr f e v>ii">nii|>tivii, a,-",' ." .n.1 eit,lt." pneumonia
.i on the outskirts of the city wherehe I II
ace right kind of a wife all Inducement to was met by pained snrprl on Ir i HI -I uiiv e.'II.'" nr lung iMttl I

; : had been living and too< refuse I I It I commit sins and to fall Into the! errors the part of the girl. Sbe had I..n>n honest i'. It,.. witri'1. \\ \IS il'i>*-* I' Chamberlain'sCough

1 Inside the ramparts of the kremlin. : 1"I.. ., Ned fl Ib) (1Iltr.,1 Tri
and of iBaiter
of ordinary men would be lOtt. by and she ..lIt"'l the imputation
i where be had since lived in what is Ir.,.
agreeing each man to find a wife with her teachers"I Remedy
known as the Little palace, opposite I I
rs in the year 1U05 they believe\ they have can di the work of the high
too famous statue of Alexander II. *
prepared themselves to lead U tea that school an well a* of the sixth grade" It..k. hi won its great popularity by itsprompt
Tbe trip to the kremlin on U.d's. Cut one pound of steak into email cum of this most common
t their fellow citizens
will be examples she Mid "It i* all plain Ix-fore me
t : lion was made at night between solid pieces and put Into a well bnttered bake ailment It ails eiprctoratioa,
to proflt by. when you give the problem. Just II< If '
lines of troops. I ing dish, season to taste mike a bat lieves the lungs and opens
of death on GrandDuke The most stringent constitution\ and I l1-R.I\t\ In a t-ook. M-mtions, efircttog a speedy (
The sentence
ter of one one of Hoar and one
egg cup
bylaws \\' adopted by the League ofMarry The tein-ber did not yet understand I permanent cure It r"l
contained in a
t J Hergius was pint of milk Beat the egg light! add
Host. who fails
sodal! or Every man They planned teat I'Mbleai wereghee any tendency toward pneumonia.
1 proclamation Issued by the revolutionists
the milk! and a little salt and beat up
within the will be fined far advannO
to marry year lier MoniCiPff to a erme
of Moscow after the demonstration $dishonorably espelKM from the tin"tie 10.hlt II "ht. had lULt and pour orer the meat Rake I Price 250 Lute She
on I**? 11 of last yenr at St. : Soc.J
i-; I Petersburg was put down. It read: league and will tie ostracized\ by all the I:. jualifi I 10n e it"Tnc llv .. h "'I| Sh" alx>nt one hour ts l tteate.a

11 "1t our demonstration at MoscowI0. members who have kept their sows i did them m--urately HIT ahilny: Ie '

He is to be regarded Sol a man without ; toni-liMl tie te:\< !I.t.u. sod l I IH farae t--
crushed In
< IS and U:) Is i
j' bloody a manner as that of our broth honor and without Intelligence! enough i ian to prMd.At

t'e he guilt ta do that which Is! lot*t fur him after i .\ the UunluiK:; h"UMwbere sheworks -
era of St. Petersburg, then .. TDsL'g .4I
Grand DukeSergiu taking oath to do it. :No excuse; will bo while attending M h..1 l tier mil TAKE
,; therefor upon the head of t..M falfDftfl
t.1 and General Tn-M>ff. and we.the accepted not f'\eo If the bachelor l at tresH. Mr ,lahatJ" ". t'' c Out and card.oer..u',.tiers
committee. In that event have turn the end of the year preheats an affidavit on' day Her Me: < .llJot were iui"5ing W pie. .."ftde.... III Ferry I

onUlned tbelrtleatlL" setting! ; forth that he has Ut-n uua and the" failed to find theta after a long WINIOF two is-thekladthalueutlslL

fl Much of the "ron.lbiI4tl, 'r the bie to find a w.mau ,,11.) wvuM have ean-b. .\lIh1:11t.n dad II.t hate

i catastrophe"' at the coronation of P.mperor him fur a husband. That fart in it df. general cr1to tte n>im <.f b-r ruin PFERRYSSEEDS\

. f :NU-bola* In Moscow. when M'T It ii niamtuitiol by tie! 1 league, will: l loe tn-. Mrt. Mshaney In-juin-'i of the CARDUIAT

" ? eras thousand ii>.pIe"l *IV ("r".11..1 to sufficient reason for bit bvin,: sbuuaM. .crl: i if she had urn the sl'r.! ..' if"

s death at the time of tie distributionof and the ban of the .t>.. ift) will!) fail on Anna replied: the r.a.1 not I5r.t haveb.anlhs.n.odardiei9 ran

him. fbe fiae' If there are are M .- I tln.1 th..wt.."
i'I the inlltf'rlAlgUtI', was laid at (;oat any can h"'r.yo'.1 HOMEArt TLS) .fi v a0 I. Oil

Duke Sergius' da\r. It was held that be used fur fittlnc out the bmi-i oftho. added. Lute a ''c!.aar', (uf W.Maiid$WIS..dAsnusi

r,e be had not taken mient! precaution who marry within the year I Thereupon she west tiretit! 'n the D.III fUUco. -

affair' in St Ur\--' in Mrs loiiAnl'Y" r"''iu .(nd
after tbe tllars t. YakHCLLISTLR
s and the UbvraU. the 1 ff. \ Jan. il last' piace.1 U fin cunni'-'. -.!. Pirj i r N n -- :.. :
U''f of the blame fir that oc k Ito It !a.Allt ta.t and pn'ml.r I'Un-Ji tiiMinr !'. and n/ly. tak- II ,'. Hu your doctor hem unjucccufo ..
I liavr nude ChawWrlsin' ( I
wiuh Irm"h: I U k Mixiituin, .. !? < ; > !i." >i ;" 1 u.
a f.\'r1lf' with th nxrihteronf snail chit-
was b-M-n at Tat>kt" SeloonApril H- fir UrM< k. There i. 1t.. '--I! i itut i\ ;. .
f Sergins 'lf> n II quirk v runt ti..-tr f,mt i tis acid! .. Wouldn't you prefer to but S I
i nwrrle.1 in lv"i :i.Steflat.-'t..tlah.-'* \->
2+. IS57. He nimbeta wA* of He*# aside! and prrsrnt anY Itbt' IMncens nu>i>ia or other M ri.\a" I1nslartxrs Itprevent .
tarro5taJt5 one of the lexdiugptr p,,, 'irh (" + eroup' test when ;:i\.n aee + SI. -Gill-- -faabr..tlrrl.-: Nps.f: 1 'lr ,.1'1''' ;IT" i Bif !h- a'< BUT Pr1'aE'ttys
I t1'.r ,.t itt.f Go1" R tu asi ILund V fW
be f.
llUf14rt1 'n a tb C'YtG.h Iii } :
its In the liBMian t'f"hI! .Pi..ue The St eai!:
nnbtvidery ti"ttr.'t ms .
I t tthrmWITN .' r
j with Mug the chVf! of tW ..t'Ik.. F>'r tae by lr.t tf111.... a: ; r. : A :-. j, -' ...p.t r'v"To.{ .tact
was credited tans about .J M I prM;> Its jc I ui"i j'm
which surronnded t'naa I'ttarnt, A: ; a' ff1 -.t P.. .... ,t. ''. -" ((1-start..
.. the malign induencrn !ostry alone there are about !" > II trio .1.;'' 11 it.r..1. a.. ". .: a&: Ien .. .. '!I' !Y' -It--/. d. 1'. stab.f. .
thectar. forcing on the war with J. yCa.l.e Oil. .. . S ale try
tarn women and chlidnattiUreo en;lAi;: .j awn a.d vsir.AU; l .4 )
1 pan and rei>",*ins all the czar's Inclination !. Castor oil may tie mvt eally' takes l-t-.n zaployrl a" L..: ,...... rb-ri birTi.r.aree r.'"'- ., II'.' ra (' ar- M., \\' .

, ; to grant tte IUblau! !*\;\> amore clciXl: wiiis oraue juke a little j ug- the ha-l iifcta-ttry. ftp I-erson4 \Ir-kIng stars a.: i '. QOIOEH r3lI SAUO PEOPLE

t liberal! form of g)'erniaent- ar bemj ad'ed to the june if the or- In their &*&?. tr a U> j--.*>j T.',,.; r.taied. ;.y. ..'..'' 4..j.' .

(tae of the rvawcs why the czar llf- ave i i. flat *'''rrt TLC diJTeivuie: with (umin;. "bb '!Jt.P c: ..ej I t ; nee are r '. o iV a-.a.
of 11-w > tP cf Tari;:; -1' 1 ', NEW YORKCLIPPER
prtvcd him of the j\"t'f11ntlJt' t\\rvn tbl SM! any other m.>J of tak possbE': for ts.-ni M en**,. I
Oi. ; W ws* tre discovery ami puhlteatlon 1:10; this: raloabtr ainlicioe U 'urrr.f \* UI' '! H : .,
l 'W sri
Ked 1 (lr.trc tli. nt.. : 'JA
had looUxl the <
of the fact that be
lay t. TL-> *
antl .t\lia auJ told *ar4irthat I T" .tnll tie 1ht" ,,,.t H f shoot .
t Cross fund :, :_, : !.: :'. .. .t:
t r bad lu furnined by public spat cwt tiff I h_p. artnssut 'Ntn.: : 'car. ,- I._ 1t t'Jt.... d'I.. .-
theeoldkrs U. mr .O'i ,..It.1. t-. I :- fuse''ave: \ coy- r 18
Russians for the cv>siitort w g.4" .If'chr1lV t.-I J.- .! It
lied i. +. ar Jet the jenaire J 1. Iwkrr r.; ..
"' itArtub e..otrstrd 't'' .
MJ.f ( ; s ,7rtif+; t..Jo.ot; : -a a
1 In the .
Htrtnnns&f (Wf. A t.
.r -.i i In. .- ,,:1: .' !t. It. lrrt, t sr I SHOW PAPER
The mt rwent '1'rsn'o! Serbia* ,.'.. iLoa i.rath! :\ I ii :.t.. "". t.I" n...l Is. Vii!'" \\L: !. HJ -.. ra U": ; .ai%....". f', vas; '* -_."'rtfr .
lilt ttreuteoe.1 to If dincenju 'T" rH""'y i.r l- e'It. .' <1 IN THE WORLD.
f use ( t'
.1 IT Ki"g't Ne Lfr I' :I. \ ,ui, t. si r :: v:4 st sa.
J was that of posting pUcafrt* tn '1ti.tiw ..... t '. 'e t-t .a' S." r ,t. .
( i 'Ii' n'tan \ft" i .
i. : AJ ; S4.CO Per Year !
I 10 Ct
< in which be charged that England ."' .. !i'A.r.. i:. at IW I r ...eF 'u l.j ",.-I't arc .r !fa tr>"4. _: : .... Siabs .Cst", !,
in art.'s. f ra. ; rf\'JI l
t had ladted aDd aided tie remit s. s :1' t. ksd 'i IC' *

f ': amwl'.cj ta: ...._ '. .
RusU. Tte grand duke 6' SAMPLE COPY FREE.

J' reliable uiform uoa froaMoscow CAS-rO.n..A. j OA.SrOnXA.k .. c'r 'r--- '. ...
absolutely etas.a
a tunxd o\er the uiesram. w a k. tt. t It: Tx I'.N seen IL 'kl lsj 9la '";' ....... r,.! .ye ,... ;.- FAt1QCEE1: H'S.: CO. 'IW.

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Moscow I.a "
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Eatered ttk.poiioflec atTiturill* uduI.a11
oadaJ Aceo..t .r' netr PnoNed1ap laS
&t* .s5d- patter. *

Mite It. w...r, UJU;asd r.blUh"r. ..* TU WMk. --Cures Located.
Catarrh Wherever
yy EVERY FRIDAY MOBS1S. Meeting called to order on Mch. 6th.
rUBOSHEP Present W. R. Walker, J. R. Mk, R. A.

FBWB 11"10f.81M Pat AWTOM Conkling J. a Jones, J. F. Bell, with
?' .. ?. CP T$ FUR SIX xo ens. y
; Stewart and J. P. Brown
A. A. clerk, ,
td..rtialreg Bata r.ra1a" oa sheriff. t

Appleattoa.It Minutes were read and approved.

most be clearly understood that neither The neighborhood road aa laid out by

TH* 8TA nor it. editor U ondenU.rapoaubie for R. L. Brown, J. S. Keen and J. G. Coats H'
opinSoaa eipreated by corre l II
is hereby declared a neighborhood road.

: Go9 tinly of Indiana, ha laid down Bond of W. R. Roesfh as justice of the

h the rote that no man trio drinks liqoor peace was approved
administration. The treasurer's report was received'
eau have place under .
rep- checked op and the paid warrants turned '
R! This dove not mean the man. who gets over with his report were destroyed by d d t tIi liii

drunk; one nip a week, or a month U Messrs. Walker and Bell. The treasurer -
.; 'i1
i enough to dUqoalify any applicant for had his usual certificate of deposit

GOT. Hanly's aror. He will have only attached to his report.

admints Bonds to carry pistols of 11. F. Bell \\\1\ -s'I .
teetotalers to help him ran the !
Myrtle Killer and J. A. Franklin were Ii to (I i ili'
ration. I i !
approved. '
i(I i t 4iIj1
The Sew York Press, a Republican Petition of I). H. Sample, el al citizensof

"Nothing that the Sebastian, fora change road i it granted hh (
newspaper, aye:
'' and W. C. Braddock, Sr., F. 1:. Hunter j1 i i + I '
F' Fifty-eighth congress hs done,of its own Ilf .
and Sim Parks are appointed a coo/

volition, earns for it the smallest spark 01 mittee to mark and lay out the same. ,

gratitude: from the American people." Mr. John Henry is instructed to purchase l \

That comment was printed on March 3rd. ehades? for court hou e.

Bond of J. A. Franklin to
adjourned carry a re-
Next day the Fifty-eighth congrese
tenting rifle was approved.The .
sine die, which suggests that the r2L J
-: chairman is instructed to purchase _
Press ought now to make an exception in a ladder for use at court house and jail.

ai : it* harsh criticism. The order granted January jIll, 19IV4, to MISS MISS t

Horace W. hippie to plant oysters is Kelell to v Lucy tI
The mystery of the cause of the death rescinded.
Ra Riley
':4 of Mra Stanford may turn out to be no The sheriff instructed to have cement I

4 mystery all. When the poison story walk put in front of the court house"WI>i>. .
Report of D. S. Carlton, inspector of --
was HO sensationally and widely Circulated -' i Irrt"ulartl1t.hl.'h brought .. kj..
cattle and beef for district 9, was received .
t 6ome of her relatives espregml the opinion and filed. WOMEN WQ SUFFER trrla and mart l>- mr a rhylcmi .. ....i. I i
-- tried from the 4111'1'' .,.*'.*...*.' ,
I ., that it would be found the had die-1 Report of justice of the peace, J. M. .
Listen to What Dr, Hartman Pro- of mli<-in>', Ion without any pcrr.....' I* j
1 from natural 'SIJ@t'I, that she had been in Sanders, was received. .. .
rhan.r in my roui.t.on. Ill m, d r
[Uo Lr You Without
poor health for a considerable! time. And Tax collector's report of pulls[ collected! l poses to 1 rallnl ..n aa old nur., who a4vtar4me f.

during the month of Febuary, amounting Charge to try 1't.runs, sod pr< nil..... r**! ,
from I Honolulu that
now cornea report to $77.00 was received. Ibml'tless hundred of thousand of result If I would jri.t and .... itregularly. !

no trace of strychnine has teen found Tax collector's and county judge's report wood all over the United+ :States have J Miss Muriel Armitage I L"puttitlupf..r.h m....ft.., f

either in the dead woman's stomach or of licenH-s collected during the "l'i.n Ilr. IIarlman'iI o'r In th.11rhow and.. ...Iffy gained vlrca;:th sad health.tlaml f
F he ha- undertaken tit treat: every 1 vhrn I had uiw- l flflt..h t snares Iconsidered i
in her medicine. Further inquiry may month of February and amounting to woman suffering; with any form of ; of The Hart man Sanitarium{''iluin1! ,u myself.nttrrty .,,.. I a.a t

how that he died of heart disease. $34.00 elate and 19.50 l'Ountyat! received. female di-eu who will write to him, Ohio. I :agratefulbeppv .u.....- t.rd.7r"_n..Muriel ... f

t fieeof charge. I ITo I Mr. Senator Roach, of Lariniore, X.I .\rmll.....

i. ) Mr. Geo. F. Paddiswn,th general manager Pay roll for states witnesses at the February II", .... w ho have not hoard of this It j >ak.; Mr!*. :Srnat..r'arn n, of Oiy- I M1sa Lucy )t. title). M Iaf ipw* .i. I

of the East Coast Lumber i Supply term of the county court amountingto may lt raid that I>r. Hartnian i* a phyiician i enneCyo..; J'.t-lva' I/fe-kwiod. and Mrs.C. (,In-toland. (lbby .ri.... :
fl'jy.SO( was approved. and mr.-wn; of great renown in .neral treetof a.;Lrngiun, 11. I .' 1" i.h to add any Ind..nrr..l t.. !

company, writes the editor of THE STAR Bond of I). I.. (Gulden, as notary public di-'al -lrel: <, e-iKi-ially iu the treat Im. f, ., are amon?: the prominent IadnM hoindorse I thousand "f oth-r womm !>., .. f

from Eaa" Gallie, as follow: "I am sure was approved.The Blent of tho-e di: -ca which women j IVruna.Mis .r mien cured thr..u; h the nr of Petaaa. a
a'.,n8 have t.> t.-ar. I I Helen Kuli.f, Kaukauna, XVU., 1 uJf'ml for ft\* jeam with ..".>r. f
you mill be glad to know that the ncentcold sheriff U instructed to purchase
He has arranged to answer all letters write : ; tsrkarh.and when weary or xwrdd J
snap seems' to have had very little matting and chairs! for addition to the are sent to him from women '*Nf>eral tiinea ('iirlog the least two I In t!U' li'...t 1 bad proioni.d k. Htarb<-. i

effect upon building in our connty. The court room. troubled with any form of female weakness' ', year* or more my "'/11 L4 t* The derk is instructed to purchase l.Urt) "* of har;:(. Riving the Iif"nt'fit' ;rratlrinnetd..f a ton.I', aM at th** JI1..ltla"moilhef..or.*tatltMikt '
business in our three: yard, at TitusviHe! large stamped envelopes.The of knottledgewhich! II a.. oo-t him j time Penina ha teen cf great help In Ii) rnna.n-Lwr- ,to R0-y. |

Eau Gallie and Fort Pierce, shows an in following bills were examined and years to accumulate. form I I building up the tsyrtem restoring my I If y.>u do not a<.rtv. and M U.> :

("I't'toVt'r the corresponding months approved and warrants ordered to be The medicines h<* lr"i'.ritlf'I* are 0 :apj tits and iw-curlng restful .I p-" fard.rv: I" ulu from the use f 1'.,,,.... t
I draft for the in the reach of zany woman and she can Helen Itoh.f. t ertd. i>, ni-r \4, lr. llarlnian. cl- ir.- a 4
The above statement should i Mme, this Mch. tth,1 05.
last year. Ret them at any drug j jAll ytift> Muriel "rmila!,", 'ui rrrenn..f : full Btatrwi.t "d <'>tir >.__ and (..- e. 1

.: most effectually choke off the croakers! (JtE.txn-SU'L FCXD.V. ohf'' i. required tod<> i" to M'nlllf'r A\f., iK-tr-'it llu a.: II tri.-t "''';811- !,. li'i: .1| t'i J v '. .111. > .' '!''1.., j

in \\.alhr.Co.\'m.u_._____ .. ? 4 (00 name and! -, t"_"-ih. r with ).. r 11. rut the K-'tal TM.U'| > >.( T. 1'.; raift .' c .
take spreadingtheir
mho to a pleasure
: seem R.\.( ,nklinjr." and niilrajtp 1- IQ .. .. .
.. 'JmJ1tf\lI1 hrat.n..f 'kn' -.a wr: :<- >! \\ : I' !Ii.- i
pessimistic views broadcast throughout J. R. Miot. ... >. 4rt Addre.a !Jr. S. Martina! IV : i r.tflt i' a ( r i, ,tI ,vai.. >vin. :'. .\. : ..
l the land. J. ('. Joues, 20.110
J. F. IMl i-io

i We are informed that a ration has A. A. Stewart, uiiiiuU! puWiration s(U

Titn ville Electric IJubt ('u? llghta It! ;.j DYSPEPSIA CURE
been circulated asking that the mail route
J. R. WI&I'.rr.0.. furniture for j tit 19 v3
from Titusvile to Canuieral be changed J. I*. Brvwn jailor-. 311,010
K dO I
y by the postoilice department to via J. I*. f ruwn. janitor. 'v GO DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
ieorgiana. The recent unusually low J. P. IJrxtvm. nailing on l....N._ -1.101 TbSi asst rti: t2' Pr.rrtiti? .t Ytq w Itx5Ccaeaatiraatn
out AT r.t 'aaotarar. I.
S. J. Norton ww>d for jil,- 3 50
stage of wafer in Banana Bret.k which ha W.S. Sorwoml. 'gistratiunt tSifer 1.1" E. C. WITT 6c COMPANY CHICAGO. ILL

hampered the contractor, Capt. Fischer E. \V. Hall on Ac.Cvm.1!;4 Us. 4i" iioI For gale by tIlt lied Crow Pharmacv. Tit'i"viI Eat ',Sill" I'hartnarv, Fan tain (1 t.* \- i ai: \I"1.t .. t? .,rr.

from making regular schedule trips has *. J. Hall. on Ac. eitrnainn t.i ('. H. .Vn tat ASK FOR THE 1905 KODOL ALMANAC! AND 200 TEAR CALENDAR.!
)Morgan Walton, inmrenre C H. u Ss(a'
been seized upon M an excuse for making John Henry 1"rI.p. Ux Ledruip. 21.<<
{v the change. We have interviewed a R. Rowler. fcrrjnian ... low I EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
T. A. rloObio<; warden __.. 4<)pal
fn. game :
Z. Ke ie ...
\ +< 1OtWJ. )
in the Canaveral JAS PRITCHARD & SON
number of the people living -
I*. Brut!n. Draw and Sum. jury nxr AM roKrmrRK rrxi>. a F Dems. !peat,

: section and they seem generally county conrt.___.. 31.70 J. P. Brow, rim. rr<.... ro. crt., _. .. .. SIS5
t .. .. .. .. ..
, to preferthattl.e present route he main J. ? Brown. waiting county court 10.CO ? 2W:30 TITUSVILLE FLA.,
Ked Oiw* I'humaty. for If rk's com. on finro.. rrt_... it.'H i -
f -
i s tained. The contractor has had. adverse llit'f' ._-_u... _____JITM_.___-_..__.___ 1 tat T. \. I:.>bins..0.. i fine on OOD'rit14. i' _: fltri4J
tvnditions to meet this Ha,.>n, hut ha. Irtl lira Ttur. tue J. for prw.- .>,*) A. A. Mewa, rrim. pros rt frt.34:3' SOLE AGEHTS FOR J3 a, I

met them with a pen- tency that ha* E. L Brady Bra. mdise. for jail. .._ I.,j I). 1. huller .ontirh fees co. crt. NI.*"IFEIDIN ; T WWtmIfa

J. Pritcbard rem md.*-. fer jaiL. .,. 3 ti .. PElM 5rE*' FVJID.
caused admiration and we tlt'li"'t'thai !
Emma Johnson, wasbicg for|....r f.rm 3<. J IV Brown, fer.hnSpri.oers; 11450P Paints. f \
conditions he has
with ordinary placed
Js. PrttatL M{>L Co. convku and
:.ard adj'mrned tomeet lint Monday
himself in position to carry the trail and>r farm.--....-... 4\ i II iJM. u1311 r
in April, I'WL", at 'S "a m.THE. ; .
4 Prrvstt. gnicrri fr farm s. .VJ
parcel and pawKger? in future to the
J K. t1'alker Alu.t .tbintpoorfarm 1<5 fft ii i.
tatUfaction of all par tie* concerned. J M. t Kl..n. hauiinc pur farm UT5Jts. .

4;. Pritchan .. S>o. hardware lur .

r FINED FOR ILLEGAL FISHING. frw 33. rll; .. r 1'iIil: 1 t

.t This week II. Park, Fred Park, Henry K..l ("row I'ar. me L lour (arm. 3 4,1 HASBROUCKIVIOTOH.

isC. Ihion. reek: j "'>r f na.. 12 mII.
Redding L. Harris and EdardHajnes
Haa inad-------------------- vii i ROBBINS
plead'titlty to catching full In A I) 1'lonl'ylo41ary: co.ju/ tu__... 2S.f

*, waters of Indian river with bAa I oInt'r D I. (itulden. .salary lYm. Attj.... 2133t Ypl f; \
'. >TAUT:> KA-IH: I;. in \* :STKADIH: GRAHAM
c.. A.iroraupebb. Ul tUB *
-Dt- I! ) ..
e drag ret, and they mere fined f;> each lrlV'K t.lh\TKIl KrFh 1KNXV -
A .\. ?11'''art. a-tSHial ct. 30.1, ( tl

audcocts.JudjW .OtD rra aD and os LESS GASOLINE t-r hur: 'Iser I"" rM,4 P14 ,5' .....tat IIU'I
', trim N 1
Penney, in filing the prnl ty, ; )
N M. werl...___.____.. 19:.) i cr+.C Thiaolumr.t'.a !," !ai, said that he would br" light in this inrtance rower than any other enirce toiieWe
: !. .. I i.irr .
J T. Sue! nd orl.. ..73Ihrfnrt tit U.e i irn
coctinuilly: denwnstra' this I
> e
Y bot that hereafter be would! tl* L C.I..t ti Co. latcbrr.-. ___ __ U' i try "ii t!..rt Incur k.,.,.

pe very severe and make it no tight matter No. 4. CoiEn-rrii': siw* P to 3f) Ixirw po..-,. : .at. W. Kvrr;; .i, J <,n

W W. r.riton. r4 ....ork-. 973 special Ight; iii, ti >std size from ynr Bay
for tbort win* tltee haul seines and dragnets Maud Ht'a.h. for lair lrn! .ll!i. I
J) to iV) hor' *
District So.t 1.J-aU. #
; that no fish oo'.d be left and in the T. J. Bi:ts. n-4 wsrk.. Jitrt I

'. interest. of the public as well as the &>h \\ M. Hall 1J30 i)I Manufactured from Pure \\lil\t\ i I r.., l.a1 .it
W. W. Carlun! h -. 1J ")
industry hint seine and drag nets would h Benj. W. Jerome, I urr;' r rat
J.lI.'am ttrIL _._"'"- 3 IW I
hare to go and be wants it anJt ?.od T. -ttnu. .. .. ______ 31st JA'all and Xint- One Jalloii C n- TIfI"\IU.: % tI .te.
thai tiolaton of this law will hereafterbe t:. M Merehth. .____ :iIU ;, 1 _
.. ____... I
Bask of Ft. Pteror. 3. "
dealt with very wverely.We WE-T PALM BF.ACH: fV IIIII.\ erg from iV) to :J00. Square rtt't I John White & Co.
ari.IaL KOI rorxPsttnrt : I UIUIlnul, IT
are pleved to note that Judge Peavey X*. tS" I ........... 0I -

Intends to break up this tllegil nsh- M. ray roW work__. I4JT5 44 of Surface Two (''oat.. I a.-,M t._.,.. .....

lag. stir the life of the Batwing btuinea n. J. Berl .. _- .___n_____ \M a.a s o7rt,. (ii 4 rua FURS

Duirwt N* i. uaa ,1 eetar.aa Send for Color I'ard and i'rlel ud Hide '
and the of fishing as veil depends .I *
part E. C. L A s. Co. tambrr--- ___' . n.r> .... :

. .:: : upon the law being er \ K. f&mraa.: n-J wOTk...... 23 I -,,,,,,



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4eL I'BJD Y r' a 1005 THE FLORIDA STAR = :,= .{ r =

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Sharp *, Fla.. March Cth,1901

3 LSllairRenewer Editor of lie Florida Star.I .

A au preQtrstio11 for the ire Kees thcbaf_ soft todnd bate Md with interact the TallahasCM ROYAL .. \"
of the
.. prevent!;tpHtdnt tt the each. Cores dandruff and CkpttaTt resume state pecaioaqoandry. -i 33f'l
dV It I* the old story over again.
noon color to pt hilr.Si .
Not enough ooo.y to do what baa been

-- -- -. -- deemed jest to the old soldier, who when

side of inch railway. If' this fence b duty called or the state commanded: left
TIll COOllY fir I
? built abtr the right of way of the rail hit home for the tented field. From the 'Baking Powder -n

1 road it wilt be necweary every few miles, roll of honor standpoint all ex-Confeder
A lbttr oI11ta1l. . UM ttaP.yn.r ,or at each of these settlements or towns, tee are deserving, bat not all equally

Er..N. I to leave said railway and build the fence needy. As an act of charity tile latter

Editor of TH FLDUDA frri*. -farther from the river include class have claim the state
away so M to stronger upon
Blue your invitation to the I persona living wert of the rail way. for aid than the well to do veteran. Makes Clea.n Brea.d

t&--- speak oot Uiroagb your &llllDnt on the This increases the length of the fence. The American system of pensioning its ,

r qaeetibn of this county building'fence So, if, as some daim, the railway com defenders was inaugurated. ere the Revolutionary

t 4 : parallel with Indian ricer, from the north pany will build the fence along their war was ended Wathiogvm i;.

u' to the tooth boundary as per adfertiwd right of way, the county will nil probably recommending that provision be mater With Royal Baking Powder there is ;

. notice for ipeciil legUtation over the signature have itt 120 miles of fence, u in the the retirement of the offiivrs on half no mixing with the hands no sweat of

bra of oar reprwntathe Mr. Olmited taking in of one square mile in this man. pay for life at the conclusion of the war. ,

i ; I have looked forward to the rom ner, it will require three miles of fence. Subsequently congiets acted upon this the brow. Perfect cleanliness

i log of each imae, thinking surely that the The but clause in the notice for special favorably. From this time on the idea greatest

f tax payert of this >county would fed an legislation is probably the one thing that grew. h.... mad to include the man facility, sweet, clean, healthful food. l ==.

interact' in a matter of such vital Importance the promoted of this scheme are interested behind the gun as well as the officer.

to them. in, to-wit: "And to make rarh There was a roll of wounded and disabled '

t In the first place,'in considering mat legislation! .. is necewary to protect the subjects special fostering care, but the Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook"

ter to be made law, it U of the utmost rights cf Rid railway should any cattle American roll of honor is not made up book for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake

T: importance to the people concerned that or stock be killed bYl'&id! railway." primarily of thcee that are in need of aid, with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address.

1 they forest the effect of each a law and Now, fellow taxpayer I, for one, but paramountly that they are equally c.,

there it no better way to set a proposed think that we have done for the Florida entitled to a consideration as long as they ROYAL BAK'"' f" 'r.-+ V IU" qs.:w VCRK. :

measure forth th&o. diectuakm of its F.utGwt Railway company all that they lived to a peculiar distinction shove their -

roeriti, or vice. vena, through the county should! expect of as. With a very few fellowmen who staid at home in their
The Philadelphia Press declares that States senate is to lx credited with at
prr exceptions we have given them a right of feather beds, while they fought. The the president has ceased to u e the word least one reform.--Cl.arh.ton News and ;

t believe that it is possible to paw Inch way and, in numbers nf cases, for certain editor of the Taltahaswan only sees (destitute "delighted." Doubtless the United Courier. '

y s a special act and that if it u passed and ptrendoprivilegea, they have receiveda and incapacitated) on his meager roll

a- '' become a law that it will beconnitotionat bonus in the way of property. They of honor and mildly insinuates that Home
but further believe that it will not carry out all our produce, they bringin of them are uotll"t't'ninlfraud: ?. They

r v effect the purpose for which ire enactment all we buy or consume "and we pay were not fraud in the interval betwunemtaion 't.

is aonght.r the freight" and mirrender, as us Yankees EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? ,, ;

There are numbers of settlement and Don't you think that it is going a little cheerfully vouch for. You were the

: private roads leading out westward from too far to ask us to fence their right of right stuff then and now. I do outthink )
}specially regarding Fruit Growing, Trucking and j
the main road alone the river. There the way so they will not have to pay for the that the roll \\would! ( tainted i if it h re General Farming If 80, suliecrite! fur the.......... ;i i i

x fence will cross and of coarse they cannot lock they kill? Of course they will offerto the name of every surviving Floridian

y: be closed, therefore gates on all these help rrtapethey will help you to that went from the I1s1e.In' ( of them FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEERER.e

4 roads will have to'ue provided. This build fence around your prrmi**, ask can lie leas than fiO }ears of age. They 1j

bill contemplate that every person traveling them. I think they will! tell you to build are all unable to do a man's day's work. FP.ICE 55: CRN IS I'KR ANNUM.KSUF.D .
your own fence, that is just what we
these road w ill atop and securely I should recommend in the taw of fencing This one fact shows that old Johnny OSCE MONTH. ADDUESS S.III'I.F.l'l'nnr! :' .

fasten these gates. Will they do it? Experience their right of "'ay.I should be allowed! to sit around the chimney ,

with gatee through which the do not know w ho is the promoter of corner mot of the day. There will E. V. BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI FLORIDA. Ji
this scheme but satisfied I're-
t public pass to and fro has shown me that l-* a vacant chair Loon enough.;
vard county should tolerate no each -
they will notSuppose measure, and do not think it will. Forty'-nine years after the close of the

then that the gale i is left open, Yours for (fainter Mexican war a Ik'Uiocratic president. and SAN MATEO CIGARS

stock from the outside will enter and under WM. It. KOEMU.Eau American congress granted a service

the supposed law commit tre pa.-e. fiallie_Fla.Invaluable__ -. __._u ___ |*nsion b4td on the: agar ot the IIOIJid..U : Have Made a j

i-. Can you collect damages from the o.nt'r. for KhraiuatUm. parties concurring. This is what Reputationof

when some traveler upon the public highway Johnnie II. ehouM have now at the handsof
I have been suffering for the part few Their Own. If
has provided a way for them to en- years with a severe attack of rheumatism the legislature of the state of Florida.
ter the forbidden territory and found that I3al1lUd'e snow liniment (10 W. I loiau o The success of the San Mateo Cigaris

The advocate of- this measure will was the only thing that gave me eati..faj- -- one of the greatest triumphs '.1

"We provide lion and tt'nltt'to illeviate my pain HOLLOWAY CASE POSTPONED.On of the East Coast since the freeze. )
: 4 jnal-
probably -
say March 24th, '(I'!: John C. IVgnan, Kinsman
ty for leaving three gates oj<*>n." It is III. 25c., mV. and *I.Wat KedCroHs motion of the defendant's counsel Made from the rh
one thing to provide a penalty and Pharmacy and ran Jallie Phar the case of the state vs. W. M. Ilolloway Island cfCuha can producr! amt \\f"PI".I.ith the nrh. Mlky leaf gn.wn on }:atCca.t
plantation"! the cigar 1I..III"tr" of the world has never product! a Uttrr article.
another to enforce it. Numbers: of these macy. i has been p' l|>oned to a special term of
-- --- -- -- For *aV! bAll the leading! hotel* and flub* and> hy the ( not News CQmJanlon
roads are not traveled more than two or MUST BE BULLENTINED.At 'the court, to In- held in June. The mo- e\ery tram entering Florida.

three times a week Who will take it a muting of the Florida lailrtJa.Jrommi"8ion lion was agreed to by Mate Attorney Twenty Sizes Styles and Grades to select from.
himself watch thems and Ct'houn.filtm.
see upon who leaves Utn open and pates file the at TallahaMiee, January: 23rd, -- -- _._-, Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fla.

rule 36, of the rn'governing the transportati Ilralrhllanr.nd TOD"
4'i proper information against the wrongdoer -
>n of angers was amended by lierbine is a U))n far PUlVn-rs! from COMPANY"Are
? And if by thee mean )cw secure THE SINGER SEMNG MACHINE
chanzirg the time that the arrival of delayed anemu. I5y its tie the W is qiiicklyregenerated ,
t hU conviction where do you get jay fur and the color' l_ n.i* nor
the damage done in the trospjuw? trains has to be looted on the bulletin mai!. The drooping ttrnirtli revived.. now ",elluijS.-wir.g's: ON EASY PAYMENTS

boards which amended rule reads a* The langiiur: i is din>ini-h >d l, 11..a1l".ij..r
:3 Then a;:oin, it I ii next to impotable toconstruct DEALE'RSOar
fence that cattle and our wild follows: and tone predominate, new life and hal
a activity re'uits. :ilr. Relic II. .vhnet,
0. It shall be the duty of rail. p\
..rp raxor back tour will not j go over or ltd\Il''tml1lh: : III.! writes: "I ha\e IHrect J-I.rwt'ntAtiil' is at ram *.TVII-. Prop 111 a card ant he wtllrailon you. ,
road in the rtat of Florid!
operating tokeep
through. Hut the promoters of thi been troubled ith river tiunplaint and Sewing Machines Sold or Rented Terms: $3.00 down and $3.00 per month.
a bulletin sutHcient cia- at
measure will u..vl this. argument with: eteroopen ,par hk t..I. and have f fund nothing tome
v telegraph station along its line benefit like Herbine. I hope near From to to ?) pj-r rent .htunt ftlii'Wp-l+ l lor ol.llIIaduDt1l.) make of'lrt''sl
} "Yw, but if they do lad tres-p4s upon where such train is i scheduled to : to without it. I have wirhed that I ,...!. Sce t'e., bPI lt". etc., ( r all ktiitta\ of niarhinc .
flop .. .
our lands we wit min: dmnsgep, AO the had Lno nuf it in hiibxnii' life
law w ill (lm""I..." This xctinds all right, which shall be plainly: pon ule time (.f arrival of all!) its pawengertrain Fau ial'ie Thannacy. cle and rrall\ Iur.--. rmninrj! a fine Inhnraiit. best III therheaj..*tio + i
;- but can }0'i d> it? This reminds me of
and the end 'ii'iiuine >IN(JKH Oil. ran ttnly b>obtains.Iatrirg.rMores.
when train
?; on -- ---
any pa-aeiigrr
the rtcip f-.r iabb.t pie, "first catch
any such railroad shall be bthindIj Weekly Weather Keport. .tldrre The Singer Manufacturing Co., .
T the
your rabbit. !'a-ten proof upon
schedule' time more than thirty .
o.nt'rf the 111.)1'1 till tn..tawio "you Cocoa, Florida. f
ftlall be the duty of said railroad to Braaiu.Jrpnta
,will have to) rat h the stock. Can you
promptly bulletin and keep potted at }"I.\.. Mrh. 7.1:* 5.Compat .
dolt? Ordinanlvil Uk "*from two to five Organs. Organs. Organs.
1. cow boys upon borx!! trained for the purpose t every filCh open telegraph station along tTe statement of .mp.ralllrt'l
r; its line in the direction! which said train and rainfall for tbe wwk en<1inf Tuesday FelwiredMade to *>und like new Price f:,. Drop nt a raid when you hare
ta round up and put in the pen one Mfb. 7. tW,S
i_: or n"'fnn '\ coat and the mode or I''is going the time such train is behind theI I1 A, hit work for as to da. Address J M. M. BROCK COCOA, FLORIDA. <
I schedule time. DATI. MAX. MI*. WAX.: VI*' t-
fi method of 'hin. a razorback hog alive -"
cak {
7 S: M
Mch. 1. d S
I finch notice of late trains shall be buleI -
and putting him in a pen in that eonditton 2. 7s W 7- M E. L. BRADY & BRO.
I; tined not 1 lew than half an hour l-fore ., 1.. n M 7s nut :
without] dog* trained in the art of !
I the schedule time of arrival of aid train .. 4. 77 54 7* H4 "
i rasorlwk warfare, has never been disc 5 7- fll 7"If+ V'
;, cover -d. :i but passengers acting upon this informstioo .. 7n t tl 77 k* GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS. ; j
Kz I will do m at their own ruk. 7 79 TI 77 dS .
Ownership of ordinary rang stock can Total rainfall for tEe week 0 in. Wr handle pn>lore of all I) kind. We are %f.oU for h[-..' Futihun! W* .....1 ud1Httr, ..
only be proven by marks and brand, the ;;' A copy of this rule, printed in large lV-p rtatf rainfall forthr week tciait, 70IDC iQ the above liDMvf ..,...t.. and .,.. cit the trade! if all rcnvacr* Wrtrn for pr&ei,. ...
shall be at k" of bulletin bra.TV ( and all!1'd L. liRAHY III'
type, pasted p Praia Gncer s 6t fiatr tuuou 4: .Tnttrittt. Ft*.
does know
fruit and truck grower not .
{ rtare railir..ll! nicrrJaa. hi tnQTH .
hoar at all telegraph tUtionj.
owns of the nock by such mark and open 1 34 incbrt.

brand how then will he collect damages ; A circular imord by the coaio>i,*ion, H. r P Nicial If UI\If.tnCb& .. R. V. DOUGLASS, ;: :: f1J
i hM two directed to all the railroads in .
breaks through or enters .
when this xuvl -- -
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his pwnimw in any way? He can't catch the state to the etfect that the rule means STAn or OHIO. Orrv f-r ToLri { i....wi! in .. "
-, 1 .. General Merchandise. .
them and impound them and tioes not exactly what it .ay*, and trkt ot..Jlt'nfto I.rcA rorttv ;
i i. rtrjairrvl. otter lie the company vioU- Pm4K J (lic tv: !Bakes ith that be i* --
know w ho they belong &.>, w in self protection t h<>wnwr partner of the Arm of F J.CHC5ET eensuUnr cf f'nrntull' ,
: the rule will I be fined the @rt time
he will still have to build his own it to. drone bosinea. in the sty of T ..Ju. aaaaliy in a ROCKLEDOK. PLA.sret .
inch failure is reported. musty and state afomait ktiJ that 'Ia)(l man lat...,.."; 't. ",_ .
fence railroad commi.. do will fy the Nat of (tie Handrcd lV){Un for
The )onr not -ih
As to the cuet of t building and maintaining ;: each and every cw of r Unb that ra<>B<>t b*
d..rt't'kfll"p to take formal action in this matter if it raced ty tDetueaf iteLLtt'ATaatnCrss, A. E. HILL
a fence that will in any :
can be avoided, therefore, the circular
thin Mock outside, the material and l to before lit ta-l nhwnt in myprrseosn. ,
labor in building snch a fence will ot at stove mentioned was intended to call the tki Alb day cf IWeiofr. A I*. l"'ksa" SANFORD. FLORIDA.
different railroad companies'aUctioa to t--l
least fifty cents per rod or one hundred i ., W iil.F .IS_
.. and sixty dollars per mile! and this fence this ro>, which wu made efectif e Feb. t I Noury Pubh General Hardware.Doors.
In, and to insist that nalrw the rule it .
will tw at leaf one hundred and twenty IIai'tCstenb c'1ina skew IAkn6y. and
*obeyed at all u>l vraph statioat, tint ..
open art dirrrtJy on the U <4 aid momot iirfa'n
miles long and would out the taapayeritQ of tie rnd fur tntimoeikX: ( Sash.
the commbefonert: will make an example: ( tjru-m. Iff' Blinds Cement
$ tl W, build, to say nothing of tote annual F 3. CHENEY A CO., T M.. okra
tof( the very drt violation) of it that u rv- .
cost fur repair.Y's / 1 them.Mrs. .( -- - Lime Brick Lath, Etc.
the advertisement for fPt"Cilllf'lr 1 MOBLEY
In L.
J. Ution mention is made of granting w the, c..... cea..pdM. GUNS AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLE

Florida Kas4 (\\&.t Railway CVx tbe right R W. Evans Cearw-.ter, Kin TITPiVILLR, FL.Contryts \.. j
their nght writs: My lay pas (>r three tit aH kinds of P Kalmiaicg
to bend one line of fence on &:ntiw. Plumbing, Gas and Fittings.
Tb. dtxlors said
otontha. be tad qakkromutupUon. ,
fenceat A> taiIUtl.lDU.hlnt arid I'apcrIlsncrrg
of w ay, to be joined by the coonty We pmrared a txKUc: of at the nv.t rr'Cab price lrtL aril I'rn Went a ?-j'"'"salty Ijur-lj and frr.r>*.

such points as may be deemed bwt. BAllard'! IlorthoanJ Syrop. and it cored ron .rct with g'**! wtp cndrr cumprtent: Freman P.-J,6ng, t.cttenit. t:.rr.r.i aa'd 1..=.
how taken.. a whole the raid rail''y him. That.. six year ads and )nce heck pM"r.pU &Urj..k t%.
diunoe probably one hall then we have always kept a the Fort isjifetre cs tt Eat toast I
r averages in hoQr We cannot do without it. For Sole Agent Sooth Florida for the Norcross ;t
mile from Indian nver and paa+( ;cua
throucb o *riy every town aad KttJ- ,:v.. sod 11.00 at Red Crow Ftianrary aced von want aDd jet ray estimate! on IL Hand CuItifatoR and Fertiliiiag Drills
Ptoaspt aUcntioo gitra U ai won..J .
meat leaving a part of each ODhe nit 1 I Eaa jailte Ftaraacy.

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i iAPAN'S KOREAN POLICY f military system of the eounti win be Advice to the Aged. :

: merged with that of Japan. This laT
brief II the Japanese policy la Korea. An Mars infirmities latch as *t--
ZUI bowctt, weak and W 2
kttnoa -
The Russian would bareoverturned
occupation u4 TOftPtDlull's U\"EI(,
4 .p* The Building of Railways In the all this> ; and Japan would

Sr$ Hermit Kingdom. bare remained to the point an Island of suffocation empire overcrowded Ball and Sporting[ Goods.

From the viewpoint of the Japanese Pills ,
t .w.,,.. -.....
WITH AHERIOA5 STEEL Korea U a prize worth fighting for.

EQUIPPED Its poftsesfiioa U one of, the necessitiesof The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

the Japanese situation even though have ratife effect oa these emus ,

? Flas. a nominal Korean government stimulating the bowels,caasicg utea
'anJa.t d f Jap **** State may -
to perform tbclr oaitiral fmKttom as Jacksonville
K It.. e .........-u.- For KsoercrBrr rM continue existences Its control by Ia youth and ,

"WU1 B. rr..*...-.....*.*. ColUI t Russia meant without any question the IMPARTING VIGOR

.* attr4 AloiK tke Rait.waya rude awakening of Japan from her Distributors for the State of Florida.
to the kklacy, MaJJer tad LIYEg.
dream of becoming a world power.
tr -P.rp.- Becr4lac GorrrB t They are adapted to old sad younj.Pho4 .
.Tt,. '''I'pllt'\.1.t (1al1ua.1un1t'AC''t priers.Lttati .
:c ..a et .f th. .*atry. -- orders and dub oatnu rm hr cartful aU'-1 M.

A UlnmerlaTitatloK. .erapha For Padrmmkl. St-nd Colt catalogue.
An tnterestiag sidelight on the
After a luarty meal a doer of Kodol When leaving Sydney for America
the far east U shows In the
la history Ih perwia Cur sill prevent an attack of the London Mel says Paderewskl ordered *

cf railroad building la Korea since imlitftvtion Kod,.l u> a tl.or.nigh di.- 10.0iiO Lune panel photograph

:_. ISOO, of which a report has recently tent and a gnaranterd curt for h dignt. of himself for sale during his Amer

I been made by the American consul general lion, dy.leieia| s** on tt..loma..h! i sour Iraq tour the arrest order of the kind The name "Simplex"
v nl'iflr. had hreatli and all' stomach trou-
L at Scum Gordon I'Adjock. says the ever known in Sydney.Are .
Mej'. N. \\ tkilii, l>,jtIc. Kv., nays: "I iMPIEX has been
Washington correponde&t of the New i. cante4ifytotiert6eaevof Ktdt'linthr l ---- repeatedly

York Post What a calamity would rureof IItomacla-troulk I rss .lHiew loo eappedr

bare befallen Japan bad tte. Russians I,' Hith t umcli troudlr fur fifttrn \ears andhate Kngaged: pi-ople tlxml.) rtii-euiU tli.;,1, LAO Y complimented as very

teen permitted unmolested to push the i taken MX b..tteoof! tour Ktkktl' after ttiiimate, tnanv q'1unl.l can Ino.t

L 1 boundaries of their: zone of influence I I HYFIWJ' tNire, which entirely cured ,,'... by keeping their ti i: -tion ttirsI appropriate. The Simplex -

: down through Manchuria to the lees oa Tltt' 'e t-ix U>tte sere worth }Isi) to l oiii'liti'i: Sikh EWtn Faller,._

the south and vast is made clear. The 1 I th@" Knll.)1| Pl't'I't'ia Give 110 ill dii t S" A flm,, n, of rViuirU iilli* ... C., rate: J is simple in every '

I allY quantity r.f all!' the .t.Ot"lUfJI" .1011 F >r hinnl\ wile MinVttt] mtrtt-U .
c well matured plans of Japanese statesmanship -! : "w
;. you waiittoatt .1111. vourtt.tntaehtkes from d J toJ't"I"i.l! : "'Hupin-aled "ui a lni|'iil
and Its a
\- the fruit of of .= wt way particular. i
many years I < wt, rw-Uiratr| and! jrrrtw'sot rung. Tinsuonderful liter, until citeIortli 'litrt-trviijiliaiul\
patient thought, based on the perception I prrparMtion H ju!tly entitled and l-ecainet meii rick of her {..nlt..r r1r

h ;: that the Japanese archipelago I to all hr its many ruiarkab.e mivs S-l-1! st 1f Turn !ln- tried K'nlric:: H.tirn: \ t mechanism is simple.

would not fur an indefinite period afford by Red ('rt** I'l.anniicy, Eau Gallic which helped her at ononrd finally f. .

t" elbow room for the mikado's subjects -' l' .armacy and Chas. F. Cdllll.ldl. made l h.-, entirely well Mie i* now ; : It does not easily get
and ... !
strong healthy K | l'ro.I'IIf. :. :
; were doomed to failure if Russia .
ti were to carry out her apparent policy .. mary sells and tfiuranttvfc tl.eiu at oOc. a t._ ,4 out of order or need re
of making Korea to all intents and purposes -

"D a Russian dependency. I 8e.ta.a Waater'lrtory Over a pair. If it should, by any mischance, it is

The Korean railways are being built Slot Machine That Balked. A \auUhlair Indattry. easily fixed. The Simplex is fully warrantedand
*nd equipped with American steel The United Statw There is another vanishing industry, i

first of them running between Seoul Clark of Montana Nllaturlllbm, the copixT king. recently A.- says the New York Tribune. The Birmingham I is an ornament to any home.
;; Jew's harp industry Is statedto
and Chemulpo, was constructed In bad with
nn exciting encounter
be in a bad way owing to the collapse
1309 by American COUt'l"S ioUI1Jllre. in the lot
a penny chewing gum machine of the demand Sold ny
among savage
but Just before completion it was sold in the Fourteenth street stationof
The advance of civilizationhas
to a Japanese syndicate, which has tlie New York ub\\ people
y.vhile Senator

made it a commercial success: and re- ('Inkas 1Itinlr; a train on the ('t>ntralri"d been so thorough nothing that short nowadays of \Vajr-in INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE Tilusville.

'; <(ntiy completed a branch line begun uptown side his eye caught the chewing ner will satisfy the native ull6.! ,

1 in 1001, from Seoul to the southeasterlypoint gum machine He tried persistently to

of Fttaan. a distance of about 218miles. clip a nickel into the slot but the coin Attacker by r Mob. -

This branch line, aldi-d by a would not do the trick says the New
r< And Ifaten, in a labor rlOI. unlilcmcNel
modern ocean ferry, has eftablUhed York Tiim-i. The station master became with !io re.. a I'HI-JIBO IIIr..II"'r a'mTetorapplird FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

quick ('OmmunlcatlouJetW1I Seoul Interested in what was going on BujkUVs.Arnica S lear.dwa

,y; the Korean capital and Japan. Under and strolled over to observe closer.Hey \\ an"H surd anal Urll "111M-' it ill

f 4 the Jd system of transportation lie ," be sail! by way of YiitaUngthe m$ (<\\\\\(\ ," r nt.-.& (. J \\'CIt h, f.( '!'... local Time Card No. 59. la I Effect Jan 30, 1905.$

a Journey from Tokyo to Seoul occupied social tee "you can't work a nickelon '- ns.a, "tit'h.! "an.. fired u J'fr''f.t''

'- Mivea days. Now It h made in fifty that machine Get coppers fl'f it." lIlrf' weal! for iijr anti burn Only I soum-6Du.D-also 00.". MOtTH.IOVAD-Asap If
25iat U...l Cn Pharmacy
..-1J. hours I I The senator okt\l i-onfriMil fur a >! "
91M 34 11I1. tt lIo.2J -0 71 k* 74 I M 211 a. II
-- ye
of between
The construction
yi a railway minute, gazed at the five cent (coin then STATIONS.LT. i "
; 1 [I.!:, IWtyseep
l1ul1; i Daily81S Daily Daily sily
Seoul and Wlju the northern bor-
< at tie machine, then at his advl er. "

; ...,3er city of Korea, was begun in 1902l "Ah," be Raid meditatively as he CASTOR \\12 U p 1000 aloos 800.l .. .. ".J..hoDYIII.! '". Ar t-';; 140I p luot i 1"---
.... LT 793 Ma
a ..L&u.JarkMiUtlll p
l the Korean government This line flshrtl In his pockets but failed to produce V: p ', 20P 11 U a tutta. ..! 'UIP (0tlTp ) toss *
Las since been taken over by the Japanese a one cent piece. Accordingly bt"1H'ot For lafanti and Children. i.s p 116! a )ia.t1nye I' I'.. a
to lip f drop HOp: 0 Ua a.4t'sl.aks .. U 1 atts '
government, which Is now finishing to the window of the ticket st-IIer The Kind You Have Always Bought !. < _

r :, It under military direction. It will for change. "Sip2ST.+! 13 Si p ;Si .i.\ U ... ...} ... ... It top t.op ", .
I JIll 1144 IT .,fatatka Ar lpLTJIWp ttlp sWa It* aTMa
v4ap allSp eea
be 300 miles long. A line to connect i i While this was going 01a subway Bears theSignature .. .

rieoul with Gensan. the Korean eastern train bound uptown pulled into the station fIt l tl1 Ar .. ... Han Malm + I :* p
1 ties ... : ekp 1t0a
.waiL" p
treaty port is now being constructed and pulletr out In the usual courseof -

also by Japanese military ....ngint't'l'S.I. l'n ut5. The senator was M> Interested I' U41; I . ".'teoga .. .. ; ;
'' 'I I' tiu pIt Lv. ... ....Hunnvll ..... h'l--p
: These lines, although for emergency In his quest of the chewing gum that Is stirprtslnp to learn that Spain pIMP ... ..butmnt ..

--i. -lIe are to be permanent, and few he did not notice it. He finally got his maintains thirty-nine business: firms In 11 JII a .....lloU-IOrmwriil. tilt P
1000p l1aua" ....... Oimundlatma .. .. ..0 I ;aw p 47ep taliiaa
trunk lines in the United States are change and returned to the attack on China while Russia ban only thirty- nwpiltO Sib Itllp UVVaU ..... .. lisp top I4 a 4448
provided with a higher grade of steel the slot machine. lie dropped a copper p p I to p ... .. .....I'ors 1'rmi.f ... JZ7 p
four at least only that number doing 1lJ8a: .r.-p 21p : <6 p ....')rwsmyrtts. ,Isrrp alp lass tilt
'era, more substantial roadbed. In con- Into one of the slots-more tugging and business under JU) p .... .. .. .. oak 111.' i i" p
section with the Fusan line the two slamming at the machine on the part of Russian names.Door 1:10& ftp lJI\p 12Sp .......... T1IlInlll\l.! ItIp t44p .Ul*. lit"Wl
2tda /ttJp ... ... ... "N..a. IUp
branches referred" to will connect the the senator, but no J
gum. Kaorkrr. For the DvUrooaa.lUHlrtKni. 405 p ... .. RorU..r. r li p I
northern and southern extremities of "Say. come here my good mitt" Bald! & ?) p Ui Pin p Ittca'rdir H tU I 0If p 414 p.
uun.t'rflOll "tIt'n"r Est Oat p :Jli pi"i .. .. /ru halts ,JIIII II li II I'.4 p
Korea: with the east and west coasts the senator to the ticket hoi-per. knockers are one of the latest fads of Ullp p HIp t.Ju p1. .. )Jribo"" .. ;tfbop I." :$ .. j

the 63t, ... 1.$1&1& \.JlM"II ,
besides traversing the interior At "What's the matter with this machine? II '- "
the frivolous, says the Bo-ton Transcript A p ......... M Lutz .Meta I
end of the present war provided Japan What do you meahby hating such devices It U rather a charming notion 123 a .Up 6 4Jpflft SM f ... '-on''',,_ .. luau a !i M p p Ii r p
la the that will follow Is not to swindle the public? It don't pIW .. ..,. TtUal. MaiUa i II. p
peace to have a knocker on ones own partic- p .... ... liter ... I. 4 galn euchred out of her rights the work. ular room door and make the room 7W p .. J..n. 47 a p1" pat.
whole of Korea will be opened up to The chopper protested but went to 714 p .. !turn I 15W. ; p :
than private."Fathrr .
seem more ever quite 717 pHWp Ii.arwgt.t i 11M. : 6 p i
trade and commerce as well as to immigration work on the machine, while the !sen 7t.6 J' >.: Jupttrr 11I1 a I t Ie pl

K_, all under the guiding band ator. In a huff returned to tl:e ticket :e a 8tOp I\PII': 51;! p e r i of All D* IU.n WOO p ,OT p LTI falai U... i. j.IIINaIIII'! ; a alp rM07tAa
a jf the mikado's ministers and for the window to protect to the tli-fcet seller The FIJI Wander* recently discovered vt6p wll pSI 1&I' jnltl'h ..Areva: Y's ''61'1
j Meanwhile train No. 2 pulled in and P 1St'1M"" I.WI, : I' t & .. m
furtherance of
Japanese policies.
I in the first motor car to Invade their I .15115) tuts I carp
The entire railroad scheme is financedby out and the senator was not on III primitive home "the father of all 1"001'1 1 J .i'Ulra'r. 'II a I I... p

the Japanese government, which has Accompanied by the ticket seller. the lit* 1'1 1 H.II..1.,, t :'.. &i a i I. iJ..
df"1111. '
f 1183 tru .h f'r A 4Z p
not only guaranteed the m-cessary capital senator once more returned to the attack I 820 a 1120 P1.0) p p' JI'I' \rBuffrt flan' I JB j fo, & | 4.. pI .. ..

but subscribed Il.245.0ii0; on its til! prote! --- -
mscbln"l .I > a, rt M, f. I rl.. < ''.,. .' Ira':' tM .04 W
the lines arebrought was not fair to pntrons."Here's r rlor Tar on traliu ft iIi. .1 ai ? >r < >
account provided .
own .
ttWM' II.n.1 1' r.1.'r. w a: .a,1. .a A .K ta sad
i4 r In operation a certain date. yer gum" said the chopper Nnt '1111"'.

c The authorized capital was insufficient finally os I.e reached under tl.e machine I Wakeful?

the of tructln the and pulled! out the ranch esir! JACKSONVILLE: AU3USTINE

: Fusan Hoe. awl so $tfi.$OA") was borrowed ed package: The senator' to.)k it. with -

. from the banks at Tokyo. The a remarkdirn: .ttt at slot ma, Lines! In i -- +a1.i: .ti s.. 1+; .... Js tr 'L .31' .*** ** ... Mt* **.w'
Sleeplessness Is a ., auu.u 'I I h. ) "., 1 r.I,
k Interest on thi loan has lfn paid, butt general, remote the psper from tit- .; Trouble UaAy i rat:, !.. ..!. :11 1.,11 :( 1 !1 1.-1 I r tI ....
of Nerve I
, the government has lmv been com- gum and started to drew It eneretIcally Sign : w )*i _""IIa"O'J..II'.1I .u.J, ra 11"r. 4r.rri .. .'rw + "'rli'2 9e4Me
, vellml to come forward with |!*) ).()10 as I.e got on train No. :. I and ShouldBe '''IAsywhalotrle4.5ate'11"ea II'. .. t/ra ;3nras; 1'11 111 n ,. is ''' .. re

"Say. but that man was=fIn'! to get .-=- -.__ -
. more which completed tits lino before i Looked To. 21: ::'. .h. s. 14 --. tlt s... 1A' y U. I 1Iia. 4N .*.J47'I.* I" .. itbotsb
that gum sure, watt t le? said the j s l.ttr Italy! 1.I'r
; the 1st of laM January -- I halt I I'ly .. tat., tea r IM i teal. jI
; s. I. S h. to
colonist gaffe been scatter station azent !<\klng: after th' departing I There a*.. t>-rl'(! d.!.-rent lI'lm'lA' _---._ _-_ _._--- f y: .. -- I..j .!. :
Japanese of Senntnr <1ark "Wonlerwho .. I.. .iAul...ree s...,tea .. .. 'tIl .It !I ;.. Aaif4J4eterr I"I'. aarflevra
*1 all along these Korean railways and :; fipu'v : tfons of sll el4:! ss-e.e. 1. Jk.nUtj..IA..u. ..... .. ...... ..,' .. J." I to ; .. ,.. ; .." .....
he i I.J anjway*" First hardily to 1'1..1" a w irk *!1 nJrt.t. .
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declared -
ss soon as peace shall have lvn "That wa senator r.J. to He awake a wr; tme lJoJufl Traln..m..11..I">iit! t. r,... "r d..l.l. slM.d
will form tie nucleus of a tier 11, .i 'ar- '. Iva.v..l
they t I>.y ciarhr''.5rtl rat i n.' < n t'fat -
" Lana, and bis Inni11t1 I Is l--twiHTi $12. : tMir.g asleep, U'rd! to tai alp & fl.Waklrg
: Urge Japanese Immigration.! Furthermore after *'..ral hour aDd
. ; tu.Lfj and St3tUrCs41 a year'safed vouch i up > ... Jf : SI _lbl5T1"t.D t.4* 'a U Aa ItlSII
three Urge Japanese immlgraticecompanies t&J it bard to' altcp igiinThey run IeAka elN teta l
one r.f the interests watchers I S5 ken i u::\
' are already announcing<<: new mean t'..t jV.mflwt.flre In tt. '-_ _.-!! _I'I I 111tijet i-

; ? for settlers in Korea contingent "PhewwhlstM! the tatlon"How agent nerve Liars, !JOInf'" !n the tral:1Cf' p'LTd .. StK Aur.IW: A r I '.H. YalaaL. ..-.. ... '' r.
Tuning nunutc7" .. .. ,, ..... .
niu<'h U that iaooue a Uoi v.ea.ii 19 p..v *t l-i; I. A I TI 'r..t. p- J r
only on the restoration of peace. >!5. Ol1u'1I'tu're' la the : ,' ., 4 .''-0" .a' L '. .
AfT H'' i "r: "; t 'It r. aLt I A'j' "r.
Having bred financed by Japan. these "Ju t about an even ?J5. anaounndone that carry Umd to the braln oc:!.thtrt j.i< :Ar ..."cr I tdg.iM; ..L' Kt !1.<.< "'laIt ,' t : ,.
of the watchers after a brief end l. radically wrong ar.d mast tr.htei.. : A pAr lI&ayrt.. TJ" IVJJ;! -hWA, Mth.t I !. '.
will remain *ualy! under
railways p Tp
,i culation."An" or tbe end lIlA) !<. . control. No further loans on It ._ I' 'I. j I '
y b .
Japanese J ha
of time: TA right It. take t-r: MB Ntrvlae.Pr : ell .. *
. I* u .e.J up ten minutes ,..try 1U\I'VIlJ Da4eC11 il\WI un SIX !
.. made without the consent i ..: ; h.II, UaU
then can l >ra* ,"n:[tom.- of nerve trou- tUs I/"J ; !: !
at SZ:> a nunute': ejacuiat: the !eta bq 11i __ ___ __ _
l of the Japeuee minister at SeouL The ion a? >nt. with fiat. -norn Hut the Lie .r-: '.un..n. JI"'IId.\rt:4 !tack- .4* pLr l"UnIlO"ille. Ar .. 16 *'I ; f; ;. ; air _rtrs--.a "r .,?,1. ..
I r- raowtary system used by thee rail I ache WOTY. F>tTun_. trr.tbUity 4". a & 14 pt'.T f.Wo Bevb L* Tt<' at" .*. :> I 44 t. ;'' !la I.* lake HrL .'J It
senator apparently was iontentProper tack of ArrAKJci .; t a A i> piL. AtUt.tu iirari L. : 4i s ii y I.: .. t.. t. (;'.1'1 .i y t. .. ...4' a
ways will 1* Japan** and ultimatey : CD" i'lU' u.) ..,t Iwr. t,: t. lt'.r .t r,.a ." ;. !7 Myi1{ p
They ltdiau !:lotu"a ntuch 1':11'1..1 _
U bcllt"H',1 that the smaller! coins -- -
.- it Treatment of I'neoinoDla.Pi to Et'.P-y. FItiit.: VJtus' I .n' .._ | W.I ;--. tlfal EF
of Korea will pass out of cirralation. tay thsEjTteD UTLeiFJt. l'fl < IWflzl6QaKa !

central bank 1* to b* tabltthed atetwl :-"n-ula lYoatratioo, i'an.l1'a. Inesr.uthtrg.if l4.sw.. S.. .. 'y -J I!!.
A -- -- -
>rurniwm ss t.)) t" a d -a** \ lre tad <;>.: 'kr aJI4 ..u{ .. .. or.. .
e3at it Viand \{ e. a t. Ar tt11 ,
? to facilitate th'.i nwveasent.IT f.-r anyone attempt t>) d.)tor tu. .. 1r.g Ji f as LT. M1n'enl"" : >i a 'r lly,,.rrrl I. i > >, a lr Luc ri L. W4 a

I I" aU to b the puree of Japanto 4'1 hOl1':" h.- mar hate the r"-> *-r r.. .lf.1 "My ft bn-J hud t.*.s rt,l'k ('r _ks .
ntabhfch a morel 1mIUHnHlOD ta .1_ it lunil p'lTi-cian &hon''lai!" mold nut t.j L..x t.** ifi Ine' --
W.! .:.::1! v.- m".j., aI t.-Ip. e ,ld r' tto. OCClDLMAL STEAMSHIP! C4\; ECTiUhS AI ,
one of the Koreau prov im-v* fa.iy mad r'1 cred It "ihooki ). b,rrn n.'n.1. ''C>fItlnu--d t. s-ow .,tee. H:1 PI'SI.J..RO; MAte ; (|.

arn In its appltanoe wet 1-wl.oi and h<..",.pr. thai pet.-tnftniaalrt'.. n--ot1t4! sertrer'I"'j' tjt. Our teby CI etaarrt '- '
the In from A cold or from in stuck f the rp away art all: fiiUrt txirr--- t.o. ..- i : cosficctka kids it MLaxi With! Sirici,\4 of she P 1 0 i. S (taiaoy far
ralcuUled to develop province ...
'" I M* tf cowl cwt stand a lui of L..AIrr -
the shortest time- Should this fiTter!- a -d that bv jtivirjr! Cha-DWrism' f'0I1ZtlR..omf'dy I read of a c\3e ff 1W"r".Jt f *. t,
: the threatetH \tt* k of p'If"i i ifmmum t'atan et.-l ,,, ['r. 4.tri! Rnt'r..H NASSAU HAVANA AND KEY WEST. [
ownl prove a success It wiU l< extenJ may be w,,.t..1 off. Tr.i r> nl" I II. -.J;.'!:". V..t' ts ;xa 1r1C'. It to E1at.
Sh ijd Korea ar. + -
d to the entire peaiasula ai-) o' *.I t.v ft rii'ian. in t>.4" ti>*t s.d From that ti-M lie .tct5 !ty f : ......
have Japanrata I Tr.t7'si eta''*: :> .0""J.ltlr&. '" / t 1rw
eiprao the destrv to meet of i iwnB>or'a with the *> *t rr'alt. lato'''dit1 find W 11'- .. f
':- t:+. YSrh.. l-U.i9.; U.. : rair.i j. .1 t..r .t..t-' '.a.r-I
over Lr. W J Snr.uh of -.ntler;. .\1,& fro t.' i 11R..3_ A ; liArftvIN! eetvi..t. N Y. : ..1.-. : .caarL'.. ...-. : :r... ,-..'.c r.. .-) .,s-t6 &'1 ,.......0I' .:. b. Ales
ti KiMvaa nJ&Uten and consul will ben 3441 A ,:rt, My FREE ___ _____ _
"(calii, the mini_+teN of forelira countries : Chan.t.rrlain' \ooZh R.'n.rdr tad k-(- of Cr. M,.e. A.b- u.
Pa.n P,(i.. t.!-.* ;N-w hfjT (nur. Rrarrdr ',1"I1r..C K.D ; ... .. .
orevnied LOC 0th.
at toal will return Louie, and in mv f.r.ctinf.r the prAat'u i P.ln00 SytnJoteno "k. vur for Copyofth ar riM- _

lay tb* roni:1"1:! will remain. y' an. I o-w it iDS** of r"ll-liInnnta hf* *t.lvi wi?* daarvN your teat tt1J I "5CI THE TICKIIF AOKNT"
tn'1 !sacr al!"a t'Ytn the t-.t -eilte.. era 1I1"&t !i .r "r.7 .n 4 ot "pt It.
'rtw Komu arm w.t at the salt time { "M- :. W WE WAt co..
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,);.1 hy I'.ei CnitE! 1"anu.!. I ... l:. 'f. %\.4. J. D. p.UNltoI"L Ccn'l. P.*. At. ST AUGUSTINE* TUa '\.
t.'! jdacwi' ta a numiual aide. aa _\ e4kY J

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= Tbotuand* HAT Kidney Trouble "Point of onUrr cried a t'oIce. and BuaU'a Jotn Brow or MOM .

u4 Don't Know itl Senator Plan of Coaoectjctrt awoke to Father Gopoo bal .the fact that he waj becomlaj poetical
for the bOar ia Russia because of
P Mow To Fl4 OwL m the floo;.of the senate says the C b- man -
FlU a bottle the fearless radicalism which. It is believed -
or common thus-wtth year ago Inter Ocean's .Washington reptaentaOv > F
water aM let It sund twenty-fo how: a *. .Tkl Unt allowed. carried him Into the breach at

{ segment or scttllnf Mr. Platt bad been carried back to St Petenbonr that fatal Sandiy. Fuller ls

Indicates a* the days of his boyhood oa a farm by adrkva from Cassia described him

ti '*lion unhealthy cf the ccadf kidneys the debate on pore food. lie had apposed .' at a eiaccrt rffftnc, but neither a _

; if it stains any law to render maple sIn p professed Socialiit nor a political revolutionist. -

jour l neD It is uniform Ills argument baa always + Y la
:., evidence of kidaey ""Alaa" he began, "It U almost Impossible \ r
been that &<* trouble: too to obtain the pore, delirious .
curlIthoat resort to eitreme m...
frequent decre to maple sirup of our childhood. That The Kind You Ilavo Always Bought and wich luis hem \ i-

R tw I ... PUS it or pain lathe wbJcQ we from Vermont." be uus.
-. .. get said. in use for over 30. years, bas borne the tJgnatiire ofami
back U also Father b of &nronrlC'tlon. -
1so etbereallzed and sublimated that If Uopoa a man \
?>* CODT1ftetnC proof that the kidneys and blad has been nlatlouudt'r Ills !*ro11 -
ICs worthless." ayl der '
= are out of order.
++ *! supen Isloti since its hifaucj
WU& to Do. The other senators sympathized but and patience which were exemplified In .
Allow lodecrlve 'o..ll1fhl!<.
There Is comfort in tl -owledee to bad to agree that he was right. i Lincoln Le may prove the Mona of no one ) ,
T often expressed that Dr. a Swamp. the UussUn masse Uncvln was balled All Counterfeits Imitations and 't-as-giMMl"aiv a" but

Root the treat kidney remedy fulfills every Representative Sidney Modd of E'l t'rimeub tluit trIHo with and endanger the health uf
at first a* a shotgUn reformer, who,
wish to curing rheumatism pain in the Maryland has a small boy who goes to would march John Brown Infants and Children-Experience n;:aln t Ezp('rinl at jWhat -
i back kidneys, liver, bladder! and every part a greater
of the urinary passage.' it corrects Inability a public school says the Washington army from the Potomac to the gulf and

to hold water and scaldlor pain in pajsia representative of the New York World. free the slave at one stroke He dls is CASTORIAj
It, or bd effects following use of JL few days ago Mra. Modd met
bill but called
appointed own
1x 4 wine or beer,and overcomes that unpleasant the representative at the door when be
necessity of feeing compelled to r a often came to dinner and told htm. in horrified tojrether a greater following. He was Castnria Is a harmless substitute for Ca'tor Oil, Pnre-

during the day, and to fet up many times tones, that she bad discovered the the utau for the hour when it struck In gone Iirnjt and StHithin Sriii. It Is IMeusutut. Ittuitniiu

during the night. The mild and the extraordinary son and heir of the Mndd family lvi. The Lour expanded to a cycle ( neither Opium, 3I ir|,hine nor other Narcot.'ot

effect of Swamp-Root b soon with and hU! and fame with Its is its de. 'na'IU'mIll
realize It stands the highest for its won- matching pennies some ragamuf power expanded "taiu-o. age miranteo. It troj'H +

? derful cures of the most distressing cases fins on the street ( It. The trait which grave Lincoln bisgreatnevi alLijs i'everl.ltneas.: It Cures Dlarrluea and \Vind

,;; If you need a medicine you should have the J "Son." said Representative Mndd. was that conservatism which Colic It iTlU'tcs Tei'thin: Troubles t-urt Coustiuitlou

j-' test. Sold by druggists in SOc.andl. sizes. bringing the small boy before the stern i made him moderate when" his colleasuw and I'latuli-iioy. It a>iniilatos the FO.nd. rvfjulatfr the
' -Y You have bar of the '1, It true'
may a sample bottle of this Maternal
anti followers were radical. 8toiiuu-ii and lUmeN, riving healthy IH\ natural &k 'lt.
wonderful that you have been engaged la that
and a book ; The spirit of the times made the crisl. lhe Children's i auaeea-Tlie )lotlu-r's Frieml.
gambling game known as matching j
more about It.dUcoVery. and LJn pennies I I
absolutely "'Dt ed I have daddy" replied the furce Ku address Dr Khmer
& x..i.tsaar.6a* Uttdd youngster. IJnlnH large grasp and large faithin
e Co., Bingnamton, N.Y. When writing mention
> reading this generous offer in this paper. -I think. said Mr. ModJ. "that It Is his fellow man. Bears the Signature of

my duty to give you a sound whippingfor
Wt make any m4+take, but remember this act for you know how bitted!)
The American
the name, Swamp-rout, Dr. Kilicrr language.
Root, and the tddreaft Ding haiuton, N. V"en.very opposed am to such a species of gam A prominent Frenchman of toddy, De
bottle.r bllng." .
Courtin. takes the ground that jour-
YSJ', "Well father," said the boy "I know
nslism! in America U helpful rather
I ought not to hare been matching r
than otherwise in It!i effect ur>on styleIn
4 THE NATIONAL CAPITAL pennies, but I'll go you bead or tails

for two whippings or none." expn.aion. It was a Frenchman
The Kind You Have
}i who said "The style is the man." and Always Bought

Glimpses of Men In Public Life "May tbe saints preserve ye" said I>e t'oiirtin argues that the American!

an old woman In Washington who bad lanjruace now fitly rpresems tie character In Use For Over 30 Years.

T at Washington. been given a quarter by Representative of tie jwtple. Formerly the t,.. eiHTHODGES.... co....... n _.".. ..#..,. "?w?.. an

h., Cooper of Wisconsin, says the St. Louis American writer* imitated the English ( .._ -- : ::
rwt-Difspatch, 'au' may every hair o or slavishly copied tbe Knglbb I
HAY AS A CARTOON COLLECTOR. your head be a candle to light four
i r* I style.
way to glory
i While the commercial spirit way be
I "Well, It won't be such a dodgasted
I'.. M In the Wbt"DUWri"IUl'4 & O'HARA !
/errt'Ury vf t4alt Eager I torchlight procession at that Mr. tnu everyday style ,

1 Ik........ Im Which lie I. Depleted.ColoBfl r Cooper answered as a gust of wind .\ are in a hurry And ulsh to f
KAMI tin 1
.'C'... HrpbarVa AlUloa to took off his bat showing a shining lie lirirf. the language! on the whole

s Old Axe la m Drbalc-Hrlght Reply crown. I Is strongly colonel) and symbolizes NEf AM) tLl t ftt j

.f lirpr*>rnt.ilte M.dd:. Son.Swrctary --, -- American ltrt"'nM.Uy! and ambition. YELLOW p AND SSf LUMBER.

fir the Tonic Kontc. Says Do I'ourtln:

of State Hay employs a The pill* that art as a tonic and not aIl .. I
XT* must not forert: that the Am ronnUr.Ruagc. Fruit and: TTogotnlDlorVtioiHtr ; 01'ntou.
small army of rvUiturs to gather from dra. He\\ tl'8 Ltttl" .. _
tlc purge, are Early no aICt1n'/U11." and 5 >Kc: :: '*tU
the domestic ltuJ foreign press all cartoons IlMrre. They cure headache, Clllllilil': reveals other prrotruisitlon and in-line' furntshe-l for cmnplt) Bill of Lumlou au tic livrrtd l"all1 txiiul t>u ra..t ((oUl.

and earloaturva In hlch be .Is tion, hilioolIt'N1Ce.'. ilarly Iti>+ 'rs sir thAn the dri'in' In rnakt- monrv "n'! p.onosnti -
d'lklN. 'Isaya the1 Chicago} Inler't'ln'l I mall, t'aEv l> take and easy to aot-a safe effort. What jowrr of Imagination t
. an<1 what rlettcaey! cf !ntlrart it "ft.-nOisclos John Stetson
} \ 1Vdsilugtou! l"rr' io\I.Ii'nl pill Mack Hamilton h"t;'l clerk! at Valfry s! UniversityDE

; la hilt Louis IH ivlpcrtd City, N. l) .gwjf: "T*I} Uittlen cundn.eff I
Que large r>*Hn
The I.hrt"t' "bant"1"lnl Ntjr.ira"and
rhmnic dwtipstion" "iii by
from ceiling to tloor with rartWHs. for LAND FLA
Rrtl (> ** PharmurT, iallie; i'lutrIJUU' lelt'x-oj'inp" <-f railway trains! are
r the most the urlll1allo1) putt ink
drawing wlifrvln Mr. Hay U depicted }', and Chas F. t"uuJbt.lJ.Hu cit +I a" anion tli. happy J siri>keH of Affiliated With The University of Chicago

Imn pi nation. lie rourtin tttmkt that
the Hill M rk. (u1.L'Ly IIUa.U.lCT"Th.< ar. thaw of th.' l'hiHnlll ( hirsLt.
But two room U Hot Mithcteui ta accoiumuilate "Is she 8 beauty?" In Fran-e tle inCi-enn- Journalism ; :ooh.t.u' Kraluie r''n'HI' thnr..lfin' (rum tail" '1o'JIOIl and t'iu! a..,

all; and now the rrtaryU ""Ve11. sb. Is worth a million." tends to threaten the purity, pN't'i isinn I C'Oll.Kt.K OF LIW'-4ir.,luiUiii.f till ( ".I Ilrgr!! an. ..111111&1..11") |Ttiif Uw luTninini nfltWa

putting the Kketclif la a imrtfnllo of and fln!'b of the tar;Wage. Involution'I without. etatnitinlinnol

'huge size. He Intrude tIme the cartoon \ leads French writers into baste retro- ( LtI; UF t.'Uo.ul.clc 'f.oc'hamrA' 1\ JIO'cu.'al t"III-f..riog sad Slat/aal,
< when e 'or-.. lea,!ling to'\1 .'nu, in # 1".ldUlI. nwtly e.iuilntuL
U uuJ In style
apiHiipriate {rres.ion and license.
oi.I.I. tit: <>K "1'1'1\: _..+_ naukiag malt6r its hrsn hea ftmk-k he retires! to innate life and aorae of
: Every .. .., '
; i7.uJO | K!. tivirtiup "grnlb II. r IIq.artwO'uu.: tarttrFprotyaaleuosotvdiotletaatldtnl.1'Rll'tiToltt .
them will tv iiroM'uttil to his intimate
I The inglnz: Kevhal" In Wa)"". A( .UIKMV: -(;cadaates 'r"II.t tu niter Jhn..rt'alf'. I'r. .rt..r
ti: fricutl.4Mr. i t'.rut'll.11.. bl02n, ('he.m and all .t r-I..... ('uIl..C.
Hay' taJ i* known to many ofUe Minutes The mighty rt'iiji"Ui !IIQt'm..nt"hlb I % :\I u. t iI' I'J: \( Ilt.t: !o( 1I1I4I1-J Kln.kfJulrn in h. Q1I1I lmiMI.. -. 1'mNJ< ;

;i- cartomiNts t>f the country, and # was set pin! : last Novwnt-er In Wale and lnlUIJiUo. Lwi 111Ml !i.-rat. bui\thin : This iSt. 1..011 rap. fatly prtparts: 1'itbiic &3s1trarhrn .j'.j'"a

majority send him the vrijjluals of by a young villag" I'rt'ld.f'r U fp ,ken ':
1 Mf" "1"1111.-\ tio.(..,.'.' .i'.
tht'lrfor" as s'">n as the reprwJuccLargwI of as the "TMHipIc'-j revival" and as tbe pine or.-'D. S arii piaut..rpantr kuiMioj. lard ftasdlyibonwgh

bone are publi.t! .\ price 14 schtewt Pl\! scians: : tell us that ail ""klngln revival." It spread beyondthe roar.... uf,llIdy f-
Alt! .CIIal. J
N.tnd' C..tlyta.- UI.J.\a .to''
but Sir Hay do** nut fort rate: blood l in a healthy liruits of tLe tin mine districts!
.tn-m b. (4rulty! i,( *+ tWnwor.,* awl intrui t"r. They M l .1..aft froiu for VaN t
';,, a fat or, and many of the gifts! be bcuJ human Iwxiy! throughthe without the aid of minister and without v -n>ity ",tjirajn. H. itarti. V"IMrtnii'UlJi < oiuoiiiU, I' I""I>o'[) ../ ........nhntyn
out each Christina bet to yarttkinists.Mr. passes formal arranrement or preliminary )(..r Ku''knriLFnttenitVoftikhiT.o, Itnntw.x..dMhtr t'.innil )
Hay" the prvnul {H sitoior of the 1 heart or.ce in every t\tti any : f-t.ioatomt43tlduir.andnlarpnier.t, nearly ijuaru-r uillum doaar ..,JoI-n>fL.&, M,,.lot.' .
slstj. I't-orne: in villap far ..lilirary itfvrrr nfn+tt vl.IUI1.! bmutiful rlttfrl .ib rurtly fon<..biB8 Jut-hoi'itunf
wiH 'vtlonof 1)11 minute I If this action becomes
nne! rrin;. tt mnuium witha.mptrteapf.ri4., t
the world.t the uholebodv lal1 rnl_.! II1b1..1il' titltt. ninmng Ira*'. Ucrm marts. la vbl duhw.inl and pwlitM), tr 1
r --- irregular and to sir KOB;; and spoutA.1 I "i.11'tIimmin r.M. nlIIII and .othr trirt.: r..rat,. h.ll.lg. 'ur Plta.m' wuno, 4v.l.rge .

:: \ master of Invective wha has not surfers. Poor health nelty l.n! ? the preilominact :,' lal..r.h'n'lt Ur t'bf'fn.trr, I'hTmca, lUftcnwlusty. Min<-n>l' with musical J'lttJl01.-i lar.f and .It..,. rirrtrtr lif ht*. ttrrtru Ivli!.. !I.nIIU beat. .wo tut .aI n. .wI .
lu the b of reprei follows blood Scott'sF.mulsion Young women
been Purpaatrl wsc t
|poor ; nests. 1..1 avrenrx. "l..n.tQe raapns..hrn'.lery and (rr.a' ,* a: It'r4ry. mu.1 and .JtW
alCnt.aUt>r uiauy. many year Co1i makes the blood I unt(vrnl their aid WLatev there Is i, etll.l"o'1,1,.. Ur ic-iuri' i "car't tjiutitn .n-l n-t TUiuu tan biBft. Th ."< .t,-m i '

uel iVte Ilepl-uru ut 1"11.t..It'lt nit I of tbn,l I"I:;:> or d'trin- in tW movement tauttfn: and l hrallhf::). .n.1 l a>t M" '.-.' ,ri ',.*
One reason why I.ryplg'+ \ ,. IS'. f.t.r' ..".lmt..rI'.lJIh,,,, ablr,.., !I.r I'n+ih..r t
L'c"t lose his grasp of tUscripthe Knclsh. pure. may I... 4untnwl tip in the dimple

::2': eays the Wa>blnjtou I'0,t. Three More tenet "
'li-. and eleven bloiielf. bU allu ioa to old I ftoi-Uil mt'rsllItA.. U-cn taarke and I t
debate I* tvx> 1:00Jl to be SCOTT'SEMULSION
!in rwent
;=; age a !
thoughtful ymivnhlioM are planuiii
buried out wf &j!Sbt la the ('onlI't'olAoU'.r l lI
a st 1al thumb ta foaliand perpr -4 4
t al Uccord. Mr. I.amar't FI.)rHa. a SEA ARDSavannah.
': inuca yotiajw man wl.o eM-rthej**soa uafe Inflaen--*!! that l a'e led nIII'

..... = $ gray hair anI!. as Colonel Hepburnremarked tudcs to a new way of life. ThiU hat wI

V during the delate, au ex.\*i i is such a great aid is becauseit the Wesley! prul.en! over Hjwhich att,. I .0-.. _-_........-.,- .-.. --.-.--------. .. ..::--..-. .. tI F

>" of wanner, bad. a* dlesetl.! mlli'lu"l..l 1 passes so quickly into j re'alte-l in fann-Un? the Shear. I 'f"IH--- .' .11

rresUeut Uo-j*veJf* "'''''''l'h. For this dst: &nnminatlon.: 1-
!It is digested
the blood. partly
the luclsife lowau b lat>ored him merr' I
dlt'l'SI Iy.Tbat. before it enters the I-1.a.aa. and lt.rtnlt.a.thm't Columbia. Southern Pines .jfJ

,- llnj or rbltn: or author1ty sMmsch ; a double! advantage lit l tr.tomyh to rune I >O2h. Richmond. Washington Baltimore. U

::. or mnuotns! ;; tae prvs-dfot" awerted in "thb. 1 sork oar 1Itt'G "''''>lit l'I1r.. cats tat mu'Q". ,
Colonel IVteaccr ':*'*Iy- %n. tolerable! x .Irs at"! r tt.ii.fUtniti (xf t>.r t.

I; and excuaUr in the boys of t-. profewn tar the stomach ; quicker tr art h"'f\'t.,1 tnhotJ4'ei.... .,..oIt'an.1 ,I Philadelphia New York. .

Ceir '''If>'!'. \ ']':iO"i enre fr .-map and t
,;. when they are getting! n'ore direct benefits. i.panzrwntl On Mirnt C.mJh
state !. "*. *bea they are before thatjral ,, iirjF! s.i i } !. t II' '
S To pot; the greatest amountof I nrr rrhrtr* a ro jfti >n >r.eit mrnttbt-
una1. a* ;tt ttaed ta a* many .
;; tn .' fi, > ,
1\1." rt* t rah n-u* m"'lthr.r4'
.;'. year as* the couatry Ju t'<*. But la good with the t Iei5f possible !:t.t !...,. thll' 'tell r. ...utir; .... II' !ter't.T SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED 'fl$

}.- later t ha)*. when we are old.** be adiel err'ort is the desire oteveryone ...' ." .i.-p ...a' 1 ',n I!L.. ''nt. .....':.1 ,

In a fine sbakespereaa vein! -whea the: :..' \ OK* I' ,r-ini-v ,'I' i ai.:.. f.! -
.:. in poor health.Scott's SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL t tI
how are a *orld too wide for the 111'1 v. it -11"1'*" -O-'t ,
: mulsion does ,
-- -- --' -- --
shrunken calve rhea tfc* tIt'S weep just
t At3TOIt21tl.
x I
,.:" amber'D the heal Is *hlt@ at the that. A change tor the '4t5t. 1'.3 I. .4 I : ,, 4hi; +tI 1\11\ ;: M"-r f: '' : !I\\. '' t-; li'Mj i % r I
drirtu aow by the flUht! of time, when be-
oU men, as I an-1 the gentleman better takes place even !.pUI I I L-. '. ,a- ; ,'-1. 'r t ;set! err '...vr
V a ar* tlZ7IJ.MLUII
: oajcfct net ta laIn fore you etpect it. rl r:.'. fr J'I :1"1,. al "i"; /:"" 1 .: *' I A .' rrl rr., -tat.-r I L f
Floridi. we
frva .. .. .
rtbeaalblepncolw. 'ant rt'JeraY i'" .j.. ", f a-- : .: I" "I 'a arne.t t.. 't. i
dnlge that tics4 of re, I ;;)T ( t. inu rtci U I .r.r"Ln /\. ,. -
wt.a.rdyan. York.,I viaUTi..".: fit"r :rl"'iC"i t'j ', r ; roO &111'L tM1l1ttia : '. ; :" itl.llb
," -pic hrc II ,. .,.. ;. "H' y .r. 'Lit tie IIt.r, \ iuciodnb: '>it. .4.... r
A prolonged out bunt of laughter and lie at that t3: I '>1Ct' ws'! apt;" !., \}.. '., ( ,.
applause rewardAl the Mffe Iowan tx pitrsrt e. tit iuen M _'r I'-' \o,a.L Ih'ltAf __ e, A Dft'

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far a saucer of h:t 0.1 maple! Esaav. ""v tn, j !t.. ":a!* *-f f1en. ... .:tb !Uac4 ;tmtU fej-

atrnp of lay vhlMhoodl! CJmpuonlei i ,i SCOTT S 1 11.3x,1 _" a P..owt-d
of the jioriotw sunshine of tte bilU of .....'l' ., .b".\. h.:., q( .fllp ft.c-nat..G.. aItte ""rfaHI mfora: .i!*>in ar< int "' ,.r t-r.a. :.t -a.. ',f, &ny >; iypt : .' '
rift '>.1 thr .Ul.t.1tl o--w t.4td t.r te town
okl :\f'" gland! and tb* sw."'t wattrf ti J crq I'udSi., N.1.
mountain nils! Tt nca offering of preaa.atp.tea.wlt.a e R vf Ritiit ,; and tA p 'rude i prtaai A. O. MACWttELL. C l"'Yt4ro' .
ia gaure'a fat rie J&ti.B .* .*>*l f; Ad (jeaallA
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jyvua; !Rim scsiaLu PIRCCTORTTSASf. The song service last Sunday night was *...

: Uf-Pad iealSboesaker. fortyran favored by a new pianist, who took the WlN-jrrONS.BR.lVSl.VQ. (atabier. .

zpcri. ee: all kind, of refairi f place of Mr. Russell Rose, who was quite

tens.Bin and cbcap;aU ladies'aad oea'a UL Mrs. W. t. Wallace sang I'm a Pilgrim INDIAN RIVER STATE B liK.
I o,$ etd.r.Y -
aDd Mrs. J. E. McKee sang The
f ; Song of Triatnph.Mrs. t CO VrTT+ :CE'J.. Y..hthorlud .

ills RinK RIP US.. J. D. Van'Deman entertained the CapitaL..4lOOOODUooOQ

Palmetto club on Taesdaay afternoon and hid up t'apital__..._.._.._f 35.000 CO
Avenge lk-rueita_,.._.._ .t3i>0.X( 'Q.oo(
Par.iraeb ,...... sad lC..., Brief the ladie spent a very pleasant t..ohoun. TBAKSACTS A?

at 1'.u.q tM OoMt.COCOA. Mesdames Prince Matthews and Fair-

s child will entertain the club at the New General, Banking Business :

z Rnckledpe hotel next Tut"tdayafk-mOOD: Largest and Oldest
A few good showe are seeded to repenuh -
Ret. E. O. Bartlett( Providence, Hank on the Niter.
cisterns u well as to refresh -
depleted :
_K nature, R. I., who is wintering in Ruckledre entertained J:' ":' ouu*.1. f Exchange Bought and Sold on11 ,:.
his old friend and schoolmate, Foreign Countries.
honked for the 10th TOO LATE _
The,bal mP' Hear-Admiral Tryon a few days since. Patronage appreciated Pnnept nrrrtfr,
x'4 inst, to be held in the town ball A bigc' The admiral wasmucb plead with the &oJ think of Fire }n@ursntAf r your politetrcatmeutandeveryuvoreuau s tent n J'
hon>e has burned. Now is the time to with conservative banking jr ntJ.XREE8POXDENTS ,. s
t- ti twit anticipated. green village and the Indian river country insure! before the fire cometh and your I ( : ..1

Sins Oliver! who has been clerking for There i is much talk concerning the! I home is reduced to ahes. Empire Trust (Vmpany. N. Y. HoriJ tJ
s left last week for Bank 4 Trust JacLk oviUe.Ma.T1TUSVILLE.
)tn. M. E. Hill & (A. tamp guy >
building .of the new church. Over six! DELAY DANGEROUS 1

ler home in Tenneawe.Sliell hundred dollar have teen subscribed FLORIDA.
in most things, but doubly II) in n.'gleetlog J
i,, fa being scattered over the road: in and some money besides contributed.The to insure your home"or store. The _

L needed place along the boulevard I*. old church building can readily be rates are reasonable By others' faults
1. 1 Horkltdt.we. correct jour own and insure safety by in. PENNEY BRANNING1
tween Cocoa and sold aril the new church on its beautifulsite surance. &

The road on Willard street is getting in on Barton bill U an assured fact
1 fairly good condition. In a little time Next winter will find the new church a TITUSVILLE t.
TrrmiLt.K FLORIDi.
this will be one of the finest etreeU! in decided Iwpro't't rut'.I\. ,
i town.. The P.ocklt'dge correspondent to the

A good work ia being done on tbe D. TimeUnion arista to exclaim a..-aint-t the place a serve were of splendor.Ia'nrf'lIlrt.Anion::, Admiral thepriswinners :

t 4'L M. Child place opposite the Episcopal methods of the pink paper for boldly pure (Julia and wife. Blames Robertson Fashionable ClothiersGents'

charch. It is being cleaned and grubbed loining the Rockledg item sent to that Ferguson, Pearson McCrady and
t.r otht'",. Dainty refreshments were served
and the public! will watch developments periodical without 80 much at a "by your and alll't'til't'tnJt'forr midnight, Few ladies 1

pith interest. leave" or a credit) either to the Times are so well qualified to entertain a* and Furnishers

g I"- Mr. W. G. Patereon and son John and Union or the correspondent. For ways Mrs. Gilnan' Iix ,

Mr. Moore and eon Dudley took a trip to that are devious and paths that are winding -- .
IniUiuatory lihruiuAtUm Cur* l. -- -----
| Palm Beach and Miami this week to be rot clt'nll ui to the Advocate.SIIAKPES. !. William ;
Charter, a brakeman of IVnni- j The Pluses| Duality !hltur (Udic( I1 the :
.i in the swim with the rest of the tonncta. son, Ohio, was confined to his bed for ,
t" They say that the Royal Poinciana and several weeks with inflimatory rheumt most! stjlish and! durable the world., In

e .'- the Royal Palm palara are all that they Mr. Willard Hall and wife were pleasant li"m. *'I nse d l many reinedie," he save. ;addition t' .keep the famous Fda: In ( lal'll| and
h :' "Finally sent to McCaw's for Ay
are reported be. callers here Sunday.; a Ixittle of Ctminl 'rlain's Pain drug lUlm More, at \ Crossett! Shut'S.11 high rlas> KMMS!, to !M'

: Debates at the Cocoa literary of the E. E. Swinson's home Friday eveningwas which lime I'tall unable to use band or found here. Manhattan Shirts K.: A W. Collars

-s Uuh school are quite interesting. The the scene of a most enjoyable gather foot, and in one week's time "was able togo Stetson and Knox Hats. :
work clam. For sale
to as happy as a
I t> question for this Friday_afternoon i is: Resolved ing. by lied Close Pharmacy.TREASURER'S .

That the printing has done :Mr. L. \V. has been visitingrelalivee -
press Spafford ---------

; <'t more for mankind than the steam engine.Affirmative i in Chicago and is expected homein STATEMENT. Anything and emitting else (bat

Miss Tena Singleton; nega- a few days. MAR 1st 1111 '). '

live, Miss Agnes lIaW'r.n interesting Mr. I'orter Nichols has purchased! the Awouutreceived Valance cahonbau in Frb.Feb.11IUi.1. lied._,_ tln 3,1,7.31.37n:1 j ;:) men wear Jon can buy here.

3 t. l.terary: program is also to be rendered. remaining portion of Mr. K. IV. Hall's

': Mica Helen Miller, teacher of the intermediate propl'rtyand will make improvements.A Total-------- 11I.0.'i.5,., HAIL ORDERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED.
Lees warrants paid in Feb. 1*)5, ant
j department went to Melbourne vote of thanks is tendered to the successful warrants delivered to rouuty (.'01-
i last Friday to visit her sister. She was mitxionrra bend of public instruction t :! tt7 fY' f'rf r'if"f Nf'f t t' f'rt"Y,:Yrt "Y'"c'$ f't
wild cat hunters, who are riddingour ..... .. .. ..1 2,15737 L ; 'TtJi ,
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r taken ill and did not return until Mondaynoon. community of these insatiable pit3. J

Prof. Wakefield supplied her place fUUuce rush ou hand Mar. 1. 19itf tn.III21 1SEE 3
Mr. and Mrs. Neighbor and son! are to t'
T with pnpils from the high school Miss The above amount i is held as follows: 1MASURY'S
I leave for their New Jersey home this
Marguerite Dixon hearing the recitation DfN",ited in Indian River State I 1 SCHUYLER & WILSON
week. They have made many warm hank, as per cashier tt-rtidcate attached
of spelling and Vise Agnes Hatter taking
-* to monthly statement, and
friends during their vojourn in this
I t charge for the rest of the forenoon. Then vicinity.A utah in aafe._. $lt>J0.21 fl 1 ABOUT 1E

'I yang ladies have thus acquired a new Balances belonging to each fund are as r
dignity.: large and appreciative audience jjreeted I follows: FIRE and LIFE a

___ Rev J. B. Hawk on his monthly visitto I ruuulY rcvruue.geueratfund f itf.'B E

( The BHt Ceujih Syrup.S. his City Point charge. The contents *"* building road and bridge "" ._ 57 1X50 Mt

JJJ L. Apple probate judge, OttawaCo 'of the contribution box:; ,'oiCtthe senti- i II Of' aDd forfeiture .". 8.2111 tI3 : INSURANCETITUSVILLE
Kansas w ri'.ei"This i is to say that menLs of the II feedingprisoners __.n. two t 1
r I have used Mallard's Horehoand Syrup sp'l r'd.. rdI.. > llt. 1.. 913
!.f t far years and that I do not hesitate to and Mrs. Charley Mast and uncle, .N *-. I2i'l33 : FLORIDAr 3

: recommend it as the best cough syrnp I of Ohio were up from Eden looking at II M 3. 117W
and 1A I1 I .. .. .. .. 4 ItW.W i
'j Live em used 25c.,3V f at '
: their fine property I last week. We tru t I II 5. 137 +/A t"'t11 P 't lefat "
'. a Ked: Cross Pharmacy, and Fan Jallie I "'ardl'lIfuD.L... fJjY1 3u r.'fItI'J.i3Er2
3lCUtproperty )
: that the time is not far distant "t lien they *' game ,
: I'ltarmacy. of deivjiaed prnxmtfuud .
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t KOCKLKDGE.A (Jeo. Faber and John II. Wilson recently .". school fund (general2351)
special Ux .rhoul d is\. I_ 13144
big card party was held at the Newt killed 24 ducks at two shots in one of S.15721 :

; IlockleJge on Tuesday night. the fresh water ponds. The superior N N .N .. 3____ 143.37
4.- U5Total PAINT.
A cake walk at the Hotel Indian River quality of the duck made quite an imprweion :,

e' Tuesday night attracted a goodly crowd. on your corrt''flonJl.'nt'lIloalate. .t t lade,-'1P.nspectfully
Why will you risk something that MAYbe :!
Mr. and Mrs. Bat n6f'1tt entertained
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1 r cumber of friends at cards Tuesday night If taken this month, keels you well all&tmmer. Jouv IIk'liRCdl1l1t Treacuivr.\', good-PERHAPS-when you can get k
It makes the little ones t'at. ) .' f
i Mr. J. it. Bennett was one of the lucky cle-p and grow .\ spring tonic for the If the Pnistian l\I.1A.SU"FI.: 'S'! i
government buy up
b fiihermen Tul"ldaa big bad: on his whole family. lIolli-tt'r'? Roky Mountain .
Tea. 35 cents, tea or tablets. Ask the coal mines It will null the SocialIsts I
:j Look. Known to !*. the Beat.ton1 to the wiw, rt i's iui- l>v ::1
H f your druggist.! and that means a good deal just
The ladies' Aid
with Mis.
society met
-. --- at present. It must please the kaUer EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
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1+ W. BaltenfieUt Thursday of this week. MKLIIOVKM:. ;1
too for be lOOK ego declared his Intention
I'.port next week. iiraer! in Lumber and I'-fiiMiTv! Slit, Hat
Oranges are still bring shipped from of heading the Socialist movement t

Miss ttmie Smith Il"tf r Montclair, the grove of Wrik'tit Brothers and bring Should! the plan go through and resultIn !
J K \V.\LKKK II H MAt r.
k. a :;. J., on Friday of last w""k. stopping good prices. pulling the tenth of the ..cta1.totlJf'r. i

la Jacksonville for a week or ten Jay*. JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
Mrs. 7. Brown, of New :Snyrna ha.bttn others beside Wilhelm and the ,

I )Ir. Sherman Lee was a happy fieheruati a guest of the McBride house the Bodaltstic element will also be made

' a f on Tuesday, when he brought in a pat week. happy. Titusville, Fla. ,

1 Channel base that tipid the !beam
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. I.a"" r-nce and wen
i i ::'I I IDS. Very Httlo Interest Jj shown In the
returned Wednesday to their home in
Judge Newnchaffrr "as the {huky Iiaak Marion, Ohio. Rboileii tcholaohip* at Oxford by the DRY GOODS

of the New Racklelg! sextette. His young men of the United: State, according ,.
Com. F. C. Hewitt, of Owego, bas returned ,
largest catch on Tuewlay brwiht; the to the reports of remit exam
'airy dosn at 23 lte.g from his visit to Palm peach andis inatlons. Students are not pressing

at Hotel Caries< n.Mr. eagerly! for the prize although the first -j CLOTHING
Me.a r!. lIarn\.l\ Baker and J. II. MeCrady
[ i Clias. lihixltn his returned t.i iV.Va. contingent of outsiders received a cordial .
Jr.. brought in a hand*>tn# *lringof ,
r fur .. Ilit': his
a. family ftcviipies his welcome at OifordAyers
eleven Lar"tn"t
a : Tollf and attnut-
ale purchase, Lflnj bammork.Mis '
ell considerable attention. GENTS' FURNISHINGS
& Mary ttiid!,:ers armed imam New ;
Mr. and Mrs Paul A. :khans and tbeUtter' -
York and i ti.e of
Sunday Burt
mother and sneer, Mr*. Jones and
)li1.)1, Jones, are off f.r a abort visit jrandnKither. Mrs. John (;1)04.. i

-f at Palm] IVach. Mr. and Mr*. Morris Kliy and van SHOES

xl H IViietne, ,,
whormveU-ent-toppinirat "tr
Mrs. L B. Ctiatf.rl-1
exterted| to n>- 4
have left for their home 1'..
in rn..brH'i'
-I t nn to IkKkled,e next week.. Mr. Ihw, !wu-in-l law, is slowly improving! and Pr. S. D. P.:ne, Mr. and Mr K I'. We know what all good doc MILLINERY
think of Aver's Cherry
tbe doctors iat encouragingly ha Branch[ and a large party of friendnt| tors -
Pectoral. Ask doc
Melbourne Beach 'ourou'n ,
ultimate! TUl"t'ohyat picnivfcit.gand
sort Lathing. tor and find out. He will tell
Mr. Fret D. fclUin has taken tbe

Ir&"e of teak oxu ;eof Mr. Youn and Rt. lily. Bishop Kih.: *>n Cp-r. ,,f < FURNITURE.
has oprnrd a firs class loAnl.c bouw, 'C' preached: to a large concre?tMn at

whkh Le will run the )rar round. Mrs. Holy Trinity: church Sunday morning, .

11'akex3eid has been secured a* boa ,. iutrd by I'r. IiVxand I lUrv :MuiedWalter ,; Pectoralyou ------- -- .--- -- -----------
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LH-tt r.Too in the srnrice.
how it the tickling We want your patronage.Our .
pate this\ week to "'y anything On Tuesday evening Mr*. K. I: ('ll

about tbe: piano rn-.ta! Siren at Hutel Indian man of New York, t'nt4.Un"t: about throat, heals the inflamed ti aim la to please YOU.

River fct Ma>ier Paiqaille TaUaricufrn rartt at Hotel Carleton with mtliUr lungs, and controls the

Thursday nicht far thu copy _ill be euchre. This was he grand loCal! event hardest of coughs. 1 New, Up-to-Date Goods in every

in the Land of the printer before the recital of the seaML At It tables wen aeratedthe -,ar.s matt,C1.ryy ws taaa,-.1 n a u.ta..M..n tao.c p.aca.asw Line.

is green. for 1. Macb 1&wid tor-c" ai.o pod I
player military OOr! Lana raraa i., rusr wgr.
!Vtota>a tcr Wi son has zJded a new mirth and fan was notu* II j 4P>Ou' "
{>*:kce and tuxp window a&d a uan Uu elite ccKapftoy. The br3tifal: decoraUonsof for W careful attention.

b terof kk twxw to tiM pitor5ne, and the Urge diairj: room many Hard CoughsOne

aba enlarged tin lobby. We now bare Lrauul1l! ,to.M and ma;niSctworn -Ls jseis '

ti 3 oocoftLe ceaie-t talk pit>:*icrt along by the La.Las, the 1ens 10 e"t'nt.t of A/ r't Putt at bedtime *..! JOHN WALKER & CO. Titusville Fla.

(be cut coaL dress, all helped to make ttu cLarajinj haston rco*.". Cntly latatUt ,


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