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:
June 23, 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
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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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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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: = Jensen. last V week to cross- bate with the JAMB PnrcaiKO, Cummtttee.0)tolL Sale of women's low ahoee at $L58 per W t0 RS'mest
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raMee.> flatter*_& 'Ar."was Wet
.. ; crack nine of the east .coast. The game GUS SHOOT. ,. pair. This coring prwents half a doi-
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5. woruen'a low ?
'k .s"'f was a dose one, stood toOin favor of E.E BOLUS: '
<' : called toMbal aboee, such aa sell regularly at $:-00 and The framework U all and of
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... ,TitusviJte till the eighth inning, then Jen-. L. A. B&ADT, Committee.
ail siiea from 2
$2 7s.
W. to
; bull"i. .. bedding on the Masonic building
today co new '
,<--. lien bad three men on bases. Mosier 11 to 1!. MINOR SPOBTS. bceLLdies'tailor r
= Vk an pleased to aanoance that.little knocked borne ran. making 4 for Jeaaea, C. H. WAUOX. made shirt waIte, of ,. -
4 "_Xwca- Kline Ia rapidly. improvjo' aad TJUcsville made 3 In her half of the E. L. BUDT' white lawns. and t-atktta: former price A telegram was received here Wednesday
v. $1.50$200! aDd $: 50 theee are
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":_- '-$<" #'thatliafaaitF_. .! ....I r m",_......'" _- .:.). .eighth. Thi/etood 4 to 4. Jensen, to the G. L. MAXPAVIMT, Committee.. io broken sizes if fW;caw find 'your also announcing the arrival that morning
'> '" "x'te' Miami' ftlawa' 'J.MDdyh; : i md (, inside 1, making.the score 5 to. 4. 12 to 1 FREE DINNER for VISITORS. the price ia only m renta. of a fine daughter at the horn of Mr. aDd

..", ;' Mrs' '':C. .Collins agent, Leave 'work at f Tatoaville was defeated by"cro..d of gen VAX T. WOSLIV, Ladies' fancy collars: made of eyeletefubroideriv Mr*. F. M. Wooten, at Camden a aCallatTUa : x

i work.' satisVW. ttanaf baseball; boy, and tJTUntviile J, M. OKBAX, Committee. *, some were 35 and 40 anti 50 ville Livery at rear of .
.;? tbiF.lE.CL Grocery, Fine cents you may take your choice for a :
.. Lattice. ptsntsteed.V aanotpnise .Jensen: too highly ,the tow FISH.SAIL BOAT KACES. quarter.Black. Solbinj' law office, fcr stylish rigs

7>:t -f.. kind, treatment tendered them while L. W. HAitE, taffeta,36 inch, every yard goar Leave your orders for hauling, Loth doa 4 =

-<< =.".; Harper" is the semeof ixceltenceIiTwhUkey there.. E. B. WAGES, Committee. anteed,'ptitiv'''y worth $1.50 per yard, ble and &i JCt.: J.. M. 0 ban, proprietor. _

V z-; prod cd loonf_ and moat The., batting for Jensen was good. Y to 4. HORSERACES. special $100China '
Z : silk in all colon, 24 inches wide, Mr. Jerome Twichell, of Kansas City, .
satisfactory for all uses., Sold by .F. A. Trie broke' his io the fourth inning. L. C. Bajissjsc
finger ,
fresh from the factory, special 49 dental\ was a passenger on the southbound train #
'ittftY/. 4, :IaIeJ and It L fiotlow., .; XUpsville batting stilt all. to the D. B. PsrrcHARD, Committee. Dixie canopies (mosquito ban) extra Sunday to Jensen and Waveland, here r

1Abe sad news waa received IaafF id41 good with old Finder: on first base. 4 to 6. BASEBALLGAME. / one laiye lot ate of usual 7% inch price mosquito$3 50, at f bars 109;with alan he goes to look after the shipment of tU _

-of thedeath of MIL 'Jadd, a slater of oar The lineup was as follows: P. 8. Tm'l, wooden frame, usual price$1. 0 for$1.19. pineapple crop. ,
;. :mayor, Dr" E.,E. Rollins, who spent a Titosville. Acme A. D. PEXSEV, Committee. Window screen doth S3 incites wide, Mr. A. C. Frost, of DanU, father ofMr.
Williams Baker 3 b.. 8 IDe GRAND BALL. 20 for $1.93., <
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-t: portion of.last winter in Tttuavllle. ,
:.;;-j.., --I-,--', McCllnton;3 b. Glass, L f. ... W, 8. Bujneixc, Committee. Figured lawns at cost, and in come instances G. A. Frost of this place, hat recently -

N fi.i..J'.. AdolfDtttmannof..Chicago, who Johnson,1,1. lItDdrizt b. ", at Jees than cost. I diRpoeed of b stock of merrhandiae at
r.l was recently ia .this section of the coon- ?} Men's teo-ptece bathing suits, navy Dana, valued between ROUO and ,()\\ p V
: Titus, c. Tdce.c<< a IIHB' ASSORTMENT SHOES.Go worth
: blue with white ted border
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looking for location for a colony of hit coo-in-Uv, Mr. J. P. Nil.
ii4. ;g try. a Alexander, 3 b. HUlfer:1 b. & $2.00, tpedal. 5. _
; :- western people,' U now io the Miami section Norwood c. f. Racers p., : need to of Penney thoea. They Branning'a have the when finest in )ko', night shirts made of a stood )Jr. and Mrs Harry Wilson returned

.." :: .i investigating. Pellicter, L L Schnlu a. s. shoes and the largest assortment that has quality of cambric, collarless, worth $100for59cenu. home Sunday (New their two wwk1 visit r

, >> $ !; :_ Transients Vend- the traveling public, White.r L y Pitchford, LRulers ever been shown To Titusville.Ladies' Men's neglige. top shirts, made of madras with Mr Wiimo'i father, at fearaiota.M .

I' \ "when Tltosvllle, are ,Invited to try Al- i' b.- H. Maocb/t.f.. the finest shoes Queen from Quality the$1.00$3 00 home shoe.shoeto and printed caoibru, good value, for rt. A. K. Wilson and baby girl, of Or-

4'i t.ptu. Octtage: ,"centrally located, excellent Infant's and chtldren'a shoes from 50 50 cents. ando, accompanying them for a visit _

*- ',table, reasonable rates. Mrs. Kate Jensen, Fla.., tuna 16th, lr05. cents upwards. Pasteurine, for your' teeth, good antiseptic here.Mr '
jt Myers, proprietress Editor of Taa F1.oal.Bf.L Men's shoes from the $).50 work ehoe 19 cents., usual price) cents, Monday only, W. M..Brown and t.wll.m leave

tt 7"0! Mr.and Mrs. Q. J. Deoham arrived' Allow me to congratulate yott and your to the finest that money can boy-Edwin Dr. Lyon's tooth powder of course the for the north today to spend the lamtoer.Mr .

l-Ui' ",ttome from Augusta, Georgia, Sunday.. town on having soch a.-gentlemanly and Clappat500aod$6.50.Having a complete stock any size you regular price U 25 rents, special price 20cents Brown and Miss Louise ill spend

'OwlDgtothelllnewof }lr. Kline's little good baseball team. They antlered defeat may have it. moat or the time in Connecticut while F
: ,i 7 t 1leftne tak-am powder or Colgate's, '
Mail orders promptly filled. Master Mark will attend school
Leona Mr sod Mrs. Denham trid You can count on 11.111 sella for small summer AIn
-:.. 7 daughter by a mere PEnn & Ba+xNIYO, regularly 25 cents, at the New .
'iri r" retoroed a week earlier than they exLltUe friends and anything your humble servant The Clothiers. and Furnishers, price of 18 cents.

" "i.q.'- .--f'.--" can do advance the interests of Titusville Fla.PINEAPPLE and air brushes.prices in tooth brushes, combs E. E. Knox head clerk at BradyA

'.tt : Harry 'Morgan, the esght-year- an east coast league, and encourage r r Mail orders promptly filled on any of 8ro'.. grocery tore, left Wednesday a

;.& .; ,old ion of Mr. and Mr*. Ed. Morgan fell good dean and gentlemanly ball playing SYRUP. the above goods. morning for his annual vacation of a

; --t from a boat last Saturday striking the wilt be dope with ple&*ur*. We are sorry Yr, Adhema, Brady of this place, b JCUCB Kusx month, part of which will be spent at

'-Jr ; right arm against a piece.of,iron;sajtaln- we coakl not do more to make U pleasant now very busy making up syrup from In Titnsville, Fla. Asheville and Henderaonville N c., and e
fas?the boys. dun Riverpineappae for use in flavorng I he will also visit his parents in Preston,
.hot. 'fractDre IBi iwo pUoea This ts the ,
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; ;.third tim,*) the..., little fellow hat bid asioKBOARD yWiIhDI'wm.lack'...' and withregard!. ; '._.vHe prepare*it io quite large qnantSUea 'I' .whom,7"'" fi
-" ,." A..rTt': ", -fi ,,"-H."t ay. '<- for m of druggets,"Cold'drink )n.. Fannie Sams and Frank Stew-
,. .. :;, ; : "'i1 "T Place account under signature
,. no my
,<: 'if.;".#" '' "? ''" > Pros and Ch'miu Acme B. B. Club. stands, etc., Mr. Brady has received several for my will..iII not pay bills so con- art arrived yesterday from St. Josephs

,J'J" < OF CONTROL. large shipments of pines from the tracted. UM AXDEE>OX. Academy, Ft. Augustine. Mist Fanniewas

,. Governor Broward hasannoanced Editor of TBS FLOSIDA STAB. pineapple belt already for this purpose Yero, Fla., June 8th, 1905. met here by her sister Miss Cat her*
The Cocoa News seems to be np a tree and the article he is making ia said to be ine, and a number of friends, who came
M. gppotatmeatstOrlhestateborrdotcontroaq about the game that was played here last very fine lie also contemplates makings FINED FOR SELLING LIQUOR. rip in the launch that morning from In.
of the Buckman law
:;'fi1... wder the provisions ,
week. (The News man war not there.) pineapple conserve for the trade. Daytona hotel men have had to pay dianola.Mr. .
"" = .aa, fellows;K. of Pensacoia.l' I[ think some one ought to have been dearly for the illegal tiling of liquor. In W. C. liradduck of )S-bwtian, tlptcts -

s i ...;,;-.i'' Nathaniel Phillip Adam.Yonge,, of White Sprinza. there that would confine themselves to FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. the criminal (court, DeLand hut week to move soon to Watichola, in Ifc-

!< the truth. Drop head sewing machine $25 the following were arraigned and pleaded b
B. of Arcadia. SoW sooty, where he has In\t'*& *lID a
':rtJ.-.o; : T. King Titosville did not quit the game until Fireworks now ready. Buy early guilty: L. B. Armstrong, $.')0 and coats fine farm near that place, and a home
: ( ball! mitts bats
she won her game fair and our umpire palding9 six mouths Charles Williams $15 and
; ; and other prollt"rtylD the tow n. He has
,, _. .' N. P. Bryan of Jacksonville Fly fane. Win died coven
1 :>, acted impartial in all decision Towel rollers fur roller towels. costs or six months; Thomas H. Keating, three orange grove at t'tobutian. two of

,, U :;:.:..'-''{. '*" WHIST PARTY. Now, if the Cocoa News Hanks the Invincible Opaque window shades 3d, 3.k. $.54) and costs or six month; George H. which he will place on the market lie }

': *quailed before the OcoaTerrore, Cbae. A. Gardner Titnsville Florida Matthews, $150 and oats or six months; told the PoLand News man last week that

a;< Mr..and Mra. F. A. Morgan entertained let them cover my $l or I..m make it W. F. Gillie, Jr., $150 and costa or six he st<* a great future fur the section sur

' :,3. .a,few of their friends most pleasantly at $150. The money is ready. MR. GIBBONS' RESIGNATION. months; Silas E. Morris, of ClarendonInn rounding Wauchola, believing that it wilt

:!i::,, :' their beautiful home Wednesday eleninc.kir P. & Tnca, i I Rev Howard B. Gibbons, of DeLand Seabreeze, $250 and mete or six become soon the greatest fruit &nd vegetable -

: *; TMle.dingfnturewuaprogresivewhisteoateat Capt Titusville Baseball, Club.I, preached in the Baptist church Sunday months; Henry Hamilton, colored of shipping section of the tate.

i b which ten hands were played. J morning In the evening the service was Midway, Daytona, 175; and costs or six .._ -- t

l"f."Z After the game was concluded i it was announced Panama hat cleaned. Iiiami8tetmLaun blocked and newbandsputon$1.50. transferred to the MethodUt church on menthe', and George Steadhouse, Ormond A TRIBUTE OF RESPECT

t.t!' that Mr. C. U. Walton (u dry. C. Collins Ag't. Basket leaves account of a mishap to tile transformer sentence suspended daring good behavior. Mr. K. J. Mime was born in Hamburg,
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,,'','- :;..,. V .:Maodie") had won the ladiee' prize, aE every Tueeday. which prevented tile electric lights being s. ., N-pt. lift, VK3! and tlk-d at J1sme,
E : handsome card receiver; Mr. Percy Walton TAYLOR COTTAGE, FURNISHED June Mr.
$ turned on at the Baptist church. The Fla., Ih,1X& Mime came

1 k: '. won the Kentleman'i prize, a beauti. Fritz MILK. morning eervite was not to largely attended For rent for the rammer craaon. Trrms from Georgia to Florida in the early rv.

f "A- ful champagne cork puller; Mrs. E. B. Delivered anywhere in the town of Ti. but in the evening it was phenomenal 116.(!) per month. .. entire, when this part of the state was in
-. Wager won the consolation prize for tusville. Send me your standing order. --- wild condition.
t r for this reason of the year- comparatively
.t' '. ladies a neat little cream pitcher; Mr. Baptist church would hardly I have held \I a I pioneer Mr. Mime was i ictdligtut,

.:*t: '. 1. B. Wager won the gent's consolation OAK HILL. the congregation. Mr. Gibbons preached! From the Key Weft Inter-Ortao. active arid ii.flnti A true friend, a i

"' ', robber Mrs. Morgan was u. ted letters from the tart coat my that every .
. dog. Mr. Preston Williams came up from two excellentnnons, especially able K-w l neighbor; ; he waaitrong mentally

;; ";:' ..irir receiving by her sitter, Mrs. P. G. Titusville Monday to see his mother and was that in the morning to which I... had] train comm* south brings laborer for ant physically. Always a highly aural

;''::'.-- :, ..Walton and the affair so pleasing io all went back on the 10 o'clock train. given: his beet efforts, after the morning the work on the Key \Vet* exteni>ion. and rdipios man.

?r.z Of ita details, was informally given in mill sermon he announced that he had been There are now over5t<) mien in the The lands he cleared the houart lUiiit >

""' 7. ""') honor,.of Dr. F. H. Houston. The Mr. E. W, JalDi.son.oheNW recently appointed to take charge CLan ramie and the number If ir.-creaging at the town that his name are

J '.:#?", pooch that only Fred Morgan, himself; f ith his family k occupying the Kllwan- doa{ Hall at fctttson university, which i 1 the rate ol ll") a week. Free tran!'porta- !i some of the marks that stand aa evidrue
the breeu.
& '.. ', ,knows how to compound, with sneets of ger' cottage and enjoin sea will nquire his entire time at that lion in being: farniahed laborers to the i'11'i of his treat uefai.e! a* a mruiber the

,,-' several kinds wereserve>i, after which Mr. W. L. Null has gone to Jacksonville institution and giving np his ministerial cam["0.Conlraita. cwumunity. But to hw family and

': :>_ ,vocal and Instrumental muai yeas> in- as mill wright for E 0. l'aintojl A charger, this moewiUUhis resignationhere I for all the! material n......)<<'f1 : friend their are tlmui>artiia of meuiorie
.- ;., ,dinged tn until close to the midnight Mrs. Noll 18 still hew, but will follow to take fleet October lt. : from Key Nest to tier uiiinland have I Ii that recall the life cf one who was kind

-: boor. later. While congratulates Mr. (!ib> i been !i Tird an-1 rapid delivery is prum- : and u ]cah and WK> desired the right
''' .. everyone
'it,4t.";:" Mrs P. I). Parker rrtcroed from a ho bncs on his aj-pointnirnt, which really I I. above all ebe. To the II1J heart
.$5,.; t. KtKSKKY. STOCK ITOB SAIL days' visit with her mother Saturday, pUcvs him in charge of almost! the entire I Ued.Togs and barges to I* osl in the trw- the memory of Ll. Irt-d. H ill U- meet,

"h $>_ ,Otrws -..i--L'..jpown on high pine Und.loditA bringing< Quinton, who bad been in moral status cf tetK>n Uni\ernj, it is j flit- IIIork are now Mi x jnirchiJ and I though trans mint come a* the happier

l Rrm Nfaserio, established 1554. Hawks Park for a week with her.Mr. Ilt"rutK ; of the ,lltu then
Tokdo and Vest with sincere regrets of all of os that I.t'l !MXJU! arrive : days pact return lit
: Send for -atalofac, I '
; =' Palm Fta!' FU.6HT7RCH. and Mrs. Annie Fowler left for leaves this field, where !*e has labored to t I No doubt the work at the Key Wrrt : jui;.."uisti of the present

>. Georgia Monday for a visit with their diligently and arduously the past year, end will aao t..etoll! under way before :: 31 r. Mime Las we to his reward. We

.t.o--, NOTES. Woodstock and ditty and and bail made such a grand showing in j i I the end of the )Ut. There is much to J JUr ; stair aJ way a rtue' .ber him and alul'

\ ID are' Invited to meet with as in the I will probably be away for two month the church work. j i; dime here. A Ion* trwlle mart be ,. mice him. Tiuu and hop will!| minister

11:< .rvte I Ii the Titosville P.ptfet churchooJOMSth. Two of Oak HUi'a young people, )Ir. We feel that the church will be krtu !, built from the opprr end of the !!anJ tot the only balm that remains Lr his IQ\t'

fiJ- Preaching at 11 a. m. and: J. E Swiadel and Miss Carrie Brooke rule, indeed if they can cure a man ;:' deep water and the great duck. and la- ones until they writ hitn in the great

: { 7Op, jpu Sunday Kbool at 10 a. nx were married Jane llth, at the homo f r who will aa scccttefully coctincethesuod 'mt' warehooM tl.a.1:1: be heniedwill t ereaftr w here ben* iau> sorrow aa!
,0;.0;.-'<;>: i aDd cbarch: ', confertDce at the doss of lit I the bride' mother Mra. Nancy Brooke.. work h" ha built up. Mr, and Mr*. require the ensplojairnt of hundreds no jrininj .\ Tat. cit Ftcrcxu.

->:.'!I: ,. fit service. ConjcratabuioQS and beet w'ubt. Gibbons arrived but Saturday afternoon,Hof]jI I I men for many months. -DC.rTAL.a1ItE.-- ----- -

;fl '> Howard. Gibbon, Putor. fro W. C. Howea and two daoghtensailed I this being Mrs Gibbon first visit to TiUuvilS <,I Tired oat, worn oat woman cannot ; I.". IIOGilbtln ha the IfctuIndiaa rw.ord

"'. i..<:-" ,' on the Comanche Twflday! for New since she went to Iceland fast'. sleep, eat or work, amna aa if the wu1Jtly the. Rarer hotel
ry..:..!' ,..'-,";; .JUam" aP&CXE-UIUlAILKL York and'will go directly from there to I fall, acd the will spend about two weeks to I -f? :V Yacht aile ud bunch awning mad e ia town with friend, while Mr. Gibbonsis tats Tea make turonf nerves and rich J.
; where the yoaegladU* willspend I'
Cape Cod, roe CUtUf rue CAftU.
on ia first- caa w proofed il at work on the east coast intheintemt LJoo1. 25 tents, tea or tatMLe..i.
s S---- ::dasind. FtiUpartktilaraaddrwaH. the summer with relative Mr.: of Stetson oomrtity. your !I -\bfJOt M srrees of I"JlA hlzh lard on
<;.. H. Btsmc*. Howe will return to Florida alter a few the ea.t or ocean tide of t.e Indian riverat
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.,..', Fla. days' visit. ciKcxrrKY STOKK.Mr the Narrows, dewrribrd u folio*i: Lot
:" *. M. L Pemorjck kerp a well &.- No. Z, section 35, aoo! k4 No. 3, section
f '" ':!"A .',nWaaT.4run. 1d.ACInJIITB suor. I tax books of the town of TitiuviUe 1[sorted guck of jfftx ri .ia he owe forms 36, in tow whip :31 south range 39 euu

:< 1 ,.,=' oe'want- meal or table board aiP Don't Target 1 do all kinds of black will cone positively oo Saturday. the ht j jeriy known u the cna :' ; Jf a troni the Pearoclr smith and wagon work, bone shoeing. diy of July 1905. !s! corner Main street and \Vahir>gton ave- For farther pankuUra address
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':.' bad succeeded ia completing their nest
."<"' "", ...,,,:,:. .-, ;-." V---" j.Ckasw .. In the mall box, and upon opening the
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.. .l {!> Irish Peljit fallen. Saart. ooee.
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4H 6 'TOWSf iaca. .-Dr.E Ze .JW1I.aI.Jaa7or. Some of the prettiest effects,in shirtwaist In order cot to disturb the birds the & Catt
<",-..= Vw Weriey sauthal tad UXB. CIJ1edor salts are to be seen la changeable old mall box was placed on top of a Oil
!t .. :Pyla derkl sad 3ttia/arer-Joka ASureCuef2 *,
.\ B rf,J HHW JM.; K. Nalk.r.1) & silk showing ml and green. The skirts fenwpost, and a new receptacle forletters :

'1.ot". Prttc..r.kOUaW,F.A. 2lorpn W4i'fi. are very fall and tucked at -the bottom and packages'was placed in position. QtDf, BrahwContract*! MuKlM. Lame Back, Stiff Jests >"
">; &3 t, eolacilaise. ne out ldI .
Yom ,= '.eeU' >trt fieadttlla tees _\II. aDd the waist and sleeves are also Frosted Feet. Burn Scalds, eta Irritation tubdaw Icflaanation -
AN ANTISEPTIC that stops ,
.? *.)< ,.:OOCVTTCOUSTTOFnCIie.JLpLpw.MT.. :;rzzcIoi. tucked: These suits are qplte in ....... Te*. and drive out Pain.!
.- '' expensive and wear beautifully When tea has bet:n put Into the tea. PENETRATES th a Pom. loosan* tha Ffcrtea TTssos*
k. ,. ; TituTitto throughout an .entire'season. pot It should at once'be filled up with pnano V tna ei al&tka cf toe Blood. r rlnr ttt MOKIUnatural
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.r..r> Tltle. m c8tia Tdaftil1e. dreait P. 'AMa point and trimmed with a ruche of to put only a little drop.ot water on BEST UNIMENT ON EARTH
,M UlM, EM CWlle, tex aMm E.W. Hall. the leaves ONCE TRIED ALWAYS UIII>> '
first the
F Reunite MllMtw Join JIearrThaa. shaded ribbon made fall and fluffy Oiling pot up aft-
.;;i'ir. .' Till, traannn, LWalkerTitnsvWa about the crown are simple to make erward., SCIATIC RHEUMATISM
.J IQerlDtQtIea'of pGhlle tamNet1o : 3.0. and very becoming. CURED
4t! 'Frit*. T1t3tfill,r coanty iorwyor J. P. First ':..U.II Bible.
Bwrn Tit 1ft'UJe.lheri4l'L.W* s. ,Norwood., Blouse waists this summer are not The first Kible primed In the EnJt- e Kn. B. A. ShcpICD, 500 Craft St..EAom11e.'rena. .

';.;.'...-*' Titusville.teiiatr&Uoa om_. the floppy shapeless garments they Ush language was not printed In ., write: "1 hue hen trying the bates 0'
OOUSTT OOXXJSSIONEBS.-K A. ConkllBTOlaua England, as one woukl naturally suppose Hot Springs. Ark., for d.tic rheumatism, but I
t etoimaa;W.K, Walker IVMwt but at Antwerp lu :?\ get more relief from Ballad's Snow Uaineat
.; 1urilJe;Jolla 8. luiUiioim ItO. C. _._ than any medicine or anything I lure ever tried.
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"f Bentar heW first Monday la .'- i/jroa slat to pi tile "
: ICIHlODI arq t';" :"a MairirttanMfo bottle by Southern Bxpre**.

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?.=t<;t. ,-.. akmsarebcUfintltoBitaylaeaeh bull;J.K.Intel. White City.. ,EzuUric month.. t.yfl: td plaaasytnlat Uit t. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST. .

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. f. .. *..JaLel of Irish Larr. tiw ttan Jord slut a JtIIU'I'
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are getting every ;j (ii4f Jar.... ASM) writ
tt" i"- week and all semblance of droop at pie f4 ft l4. .AUdeakrasau Our 1903 RED CROSS PHimCT, TIFOSTILLE, 04 EAU OAllffi PHLD. &CT, EID GILLIE

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.OJ "- vro bolts are Urn hat from.tile fiw 050 1'.1; U.h Ar. Wa.biB t u."D. C.,..-.. .Ho. ky LT. JUI ai-------, S M pII
f. '' were last season. To be smart they printed clime in twe and books-Succestfulr trt'Fuli.ild drlttldnufcg Int'ffJ 2S it : ht.. Baltimore, lId._._.."-._.P. R. R Lv. d it.i I "-_ I s p
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f I. waist has no side ceami. but the underarm how to mile itT not a"tree e'y ample a;..: :..:::_. ,__ _.New Vurk. N. YP.I.RIa.__,_,_, JU'! ..., .: 31st'u.
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Beam U curved to the figure", and .HOW TO. BUILD A RACER FOR $60 \ .. S3 and Si-'New York ant Florid F.iprwa." Daily Pullman Ihawili B.emNo.
the shoulder line curves toward the I ....iii,fad, tall a or 10014 ftbMl Uw lwrltevr lot*.....>to loa lean card U fra..11.IMIIM Iot I*a.. Slwplnjtt between Jck onTill* an ; S.. 2 M and "Washington ant Florida Limited." Daily TulittaaSleeping U..iec leeta
back. There K of course, no "dronir HOW TO DUILD A SKIPJACK
t. at the waist line and the' plaits run A ... sea for .tt.n.-.. ftJ:i.( .. liarliw shed b Car.between. Jarktuonlle. .. .so4, New York.. ,
a..Ie ha.t.'wnn'ctr6.n.r.Fdt..o.pwr. -- ---- '--' --- --' --- --- - '
; from shoulder to belt. The sleeves are ricrl'1t1l,._uJ *4.'.. at_pw Mw 301Daily ; -- -
through"The I-AD of the sky" ;
rather large all the way diwii, and the HOW TO CUIUD A RACING SLOOP I ,! : ._ _t4t
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cuff, jf cuff theta.. I*, H deep or the above Vint ta a.*....--.f-..l AM n-.vr* t..J ta AiHloli. m mt*| wet tirl W buM, |>w. 7M 1'1 t Lv.Jatk.mrill.< & .-...__.__.._...?..,....,..,?....,-.k By. Ar. /oaf
sleeve U Into band. I.smS1k.HOW 12 15 Lv. Stvannah. (;a........__...__.....___....,._..... .s... Iqr. A,. 1 !SO a
put a TO OUHO A MOTOR LAUNCH 600 al! Ar ( Culumbta, C,___...___....._...._...._.._......a7w. Rr, 1.t" a
'. The girl will I* beribtnned "III,&....oftIt1d...tcIr.IW. b..,.faHtrw1 s bad I 150p! Ar. A,bTiHe.N.CH........__.......,_........__...,....80. lei 111 p
to her arts content. For her drc.. y ......''''IoKpiAl4 237 p Ar. HotSpnog. X.C.__...___ ........--....-..-........So. Bj. !,.. .:lit) *
white frock she may have several nets ] HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT 600 Ar Knon-IIIt..T..nn.,_.........,.___.__...._....?_...... 1*. : a
A tat a.! II i ? .'i,-.'.' b .1. , __ .- .u..w. 'HI.
of tiny ribl>on rose wrentlw in empire ca:Ter i .. .... : ".a.,,,. .at R : ... :: ,
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alo A stmtl'O..d*, 4..a LiMiM, daily.I .
r skirt and the wuNt. the may wear mull Mil pl.. -__.-_--_.._- --...._.u.. .._-.. ______...-_ .____ -- .._-._--__-- ..__ _
with same creation a rose HOW TO CUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE I
made of tort satin ribbon manipubtcd i" 6..r Co Mu,&......h..C of".r-M;inn III*mft for t kn] II I o.1s net.H.J...b...."III. .... .h. Norlb ..act.1.. ; "..11'
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of plaltM ('hlffon. The lion J* I JrT iiM''f ljf '''in bald a n.U .___.. 311ft. Ar M. Ry.--........__............. ..Lv. 211 a5l
about half a.rani bng and nnNhen ....:r Ut4 IB.J Btf"" >:.l> .uu. ) a \r.\tlsut.. So. Ry_.._...... ........._-.....let '119tt p
with ends of chiffon. ..___._' V. I Ar. t1aUaop' 50. Ry..............._...._,,....I.y. i s It ,..
lour plaited PRICE $1. CACH ,......, T 4JJ P Ar l5ariaaatL ljurta.k(1&:5.L--! ......__..1..t ... 43A ai
Tbe pretty hat shown in the cut N .MIPMD irntts *"T"" "I.t : ::-.t i '.JiG .pj4'ifu4Li..--uii- Four G.tlttr.:::::__.......Lv i fi Ie s--.

of burnt !It ft\\. It turn up abruptlyat p.p.-9 ::.::.:::._130____a i I. !!' CiIeaTraR hilt Four, _hnote. ...:::..._._..... "Lt: 0 ;3' p __
the back nhere It it filled in with : ...... s 1M 1'1 L.llhriuwtl,Peua. .....__...._....... K 4i a. .
I)On of black vehet ribbon and RUDDER PUBLISHING ..'TU II ArChkstto. I'rua.1.inr.-------....:..L. H" ..
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Hoirt tIt" IHJon nr.r.. There fl es, lf>- I Mua *T STHttT New Vomi, U. S. A -: 81i pj Lt' ibtiuo.ti (,'.11. ok IL-lluuun--....... Ar. 1M a
Y DM. It Is slightly! gathered at the getber with two soft wing of palerellnv ..:::::: Tt3si L.AtChieao. e.,!'.: -.-! -) u lUn..I.: .. .',* r
bark and tilde and Lao a deep {>auiufiouuce form a trimming about the S")bihbr.'r f '''lttlll Ltdre.J.Calotos / Boclt /o .. .,. ( p1Lr.lntinuati:.J\.U- Ii.b.4'nt-. ..._... .h. i i 1.., .

quite utral;Lt. but not very full. Crown. I'mler the brim near the f lgei ....__.1520; M. ('.II..t H.-lifh. (,..nt..L., 114-t ...
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hem at the fo t Hue. It hi mounted .:_..! Ran pi I.'. ('indnnatl. Pf'RD.Un".u-u........., .t r. --3li. ,
> and wand the fair are folds of yellow ......' 5M ,1 Ar.I'iIt\btlrJr. I't'bll. Lirl.,..... .. ...__......... Lv I If II ....
to the OMr part of the (skirt with tun. JlnIC nioi.i.ET.NEST 50 YEARS' .- :::', '434 p' Lv. (1 rlU: ail ri.; .-:-.-...=:,:. .==::::'... -Ar ass a -

gathers or with a heading ofml.roiil- EXPERIENCE .... S15 af tt tleD1and Ilia i Fuur J.y ..
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skirt top Is preferred. .\ 'J...'t> -treulardount'e' Ol..rd. l\rtjtof ..0....... Start ... 1S'J. Ar...kL. -'AUic. M R,.... .. ................ .. L", 1' 'q j
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:\...13and ll-Tbe florid idmite d." daily ';..hd "..,......Ie T.... Tbass.l by
{ which are any nutul-er of smaller: rnf J*>Ln 1.\\8t", a rural mail carrier of Cow bf'I.o
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frwk are to N x eu on with bluebirds near enhirts- TRADE DnlC MARKS NICo"RIGHTI4c. \a5 Nn.13j Etetwee.Jark.onT111..edKaaaa.'IIy.- ; x.11 ** t' ?

.' many of the N-t models of han ._.. -._ 74Sp I.J..ka"II" n.. So.Ky....__ ....... ..... Ar. Ia1ei., .. ;
:". -hlofllc i and b4ti.ia oar a akrde oixoina E and. fr dHml'tlnll... uI.TPnt ., .. 113) af! Ar Atlanta (ia, So. By....___......n... .. I... 11 M II.. .
< to fit Into the wait line a IK I .T. For wrks the!''' birds I hare been 'nn Mprokihlr pateetabl4. Coo awnIr.. .......,,11 W a Ar Hineinibam, Ala, !lO. By... ... ...... .. Lv. a1fi.; .. .. .
k'f:' trimmed with lace and design* in fine trying to braid a nest in the mall box ur4 Utona tr.w ttn<i'bw.TMD, FrUro .... .. .. .. Lv e UaN. .
baUtt '. Pilenu Ukm Irma (::0. hC1etycI _. ..!.9 40_a! Ar Kaa.aa(1ty. Mo., -Pr.rq-y Lv
embroidery.Ttu fn'at of J. V btent.ehlers
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: .l fcitirt, wHbout duuvt, U ;: = :: _:--_ ::: : ,...:.:.;._. pktureil is of nbite IInf'n.Pi \Loriert-r Mr I.ewt'ouM c*)me !I I Scicniific iita" ... 13 and 14-Tb Florida Umlted.nall,. -

TV mlUr and cuff are appliqued abng the route he wwiHba i' tbeinemNr ExmtrscT UIM.NO CUe fc :u\irr.

; '.... with a brijAt navy bin linen. The of the featherwl tribe from J l!II rattan A laed.aaety 6t as.rtenttee flH trmt..i,.m".,anui., t.anwt Tan..|eM I J. C.Lt:8K.tHtriHFmMagrr! Acat 108 U*.| B.y kr..........._...".,
belt comlnjt from either l le the back the spot wfcere they ttought to e tabUb J9V: mar_u...n. add iI.U s..MaaiaraI + C.H.ACKKKT.G.M. W.TAU.fU'1(. P. A.

"ti. cams defloeg the figure and dUandrs their h .' beneath the fronts leaving the latter For eerrral day lately the pT tinaa 8raadIi U d a cs f ft WMfctB ct....IX C.Chamberlain's. _
" 'I frw for the dUplay of a pretty can.terse had no taH for Mr Rentvhfc'r, and I'I u. i I i
'. shirt wabt the binU went to work un
.f- JCT>IC -CIIOLLLT.wr Lewar. rwently dHcovemJ that they- I I ; t I 1t The Motor 1

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f;'.-', window* routed* en hU bucket head*a of* J sip* fr.tered from the or SAYS...-. Diarrhea RemedyA : ,, J

fef Urf bouse.C ., JjNI9e1;
f/ : A light part U a heavy cure"Sickness c
.' ;-, few doe of this,,.medywm I
iY.' .: Wa ia"...*. makes a tifbt purse. :I Isvariably care ao ordinary attack i Ii

: .,' U S. i.Jders w Mk served In nabs dor The LIVER b the feat of nine {I of diarrbea.It .

z" ". Ins the. Spanish war know .hat bIt tgnhss of alt disease. has been n--d In nine epidemics !stands alone for lrlentl WH!
:" dia'e it, and that ordinary remedies of dysentery with paled "p"utt t "tr"lIltb
[' f hare little mont effWvtUnw mach soccess.
.. vatrr. ('. baa diarritoe b aloictt as Woo It can always be dfci4er Ii I It ban \>\\rn\) of mt-tal and it h
. r ten aaddar;eroas at a milJ attack of' Tutl'sPillsto I even ia the more severe I where it doe- the ruM -0'Jd.
cholera. There b one remedy however attacks of cramp cello and cholera -

that can aUajs be depended nitrTa u ..ilI' d morbas. I It ix perfect iu design Iud workmau -
be seen by the Ulollinz OFrttftVate from It is equally tn (*a fnl for 'tiip.nieans.

; )tn. Minuie Jacobs., of U oa.TfJU: to the root of the whole matter I summer durrhv and cholera
Ml hereby Crrtifv that Oambertala'sOntie : tboroathly, quickly safely f tofaatua in children, and it the .- I EferIthfoJ ,ontetLIo ,
Cbnlera and Dianhoe Renadv erred mesas savtagthe lives of aaay Send fur ratalu' '
sad raton the actloa of the ;ue.
children each .
my hatband of a severe attack fiGitndianboe year.Wh '
'. *. which be bfocght torn: from Uto aonnal coaa. a tedncedwttb water and I -- -- - ---

4 > Cuba did him We BO rood.bad stmal On bottle doctors of this tat remedy they Give tone to the system end sweetened Every man it is cf pluuBt a family to should takt. Bridgeport Machine & Motor Co, ,

'' cared kirn as oar neighbors will tee solid flesh to the body. keep this resuNiy in his home. Bridgeport
'.. j. tify. I thaakGod JbrsofalcaUeamedFor Bay it now. It isay sate life.
lisle by Bed Cross Phar. Take No Substitute. Pact, sac Loot Sa=. lOa.i |tport. I

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Premier f : Bilfour. moved -the 'request ; 17'1f : ;' .. .:: t 1

a .. that,Sir Gully be,nU ed to'the peer I MISCELLANEOUS IJ : ::. .

Gaily 11 succeeded JaM WU-
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Ambassador Raid cvsdL Fertim* ta Ztttr Httr.By .. :c..-,- ::. __
"Mtelaw Reid, the new ambassador .tb* win of the late William Better .::', -i: 2 ::" : jl

; to England, had his first audience with Sled Jane 3, tbe bulk of Ids vast ::= i.: '. -'"

ii ; iT' the king at Bocklsgbam June A. The fortune goes to his tweiTe yea4M--. '''''. -of" '

: Wnaam Ztefirt 1 3r :
\!* : ambamadoc was taken tbitber In one adopted BOO, ? -

of tint royal carriages. a mark of dUhttoctioa fortune estimated at more than fVOftttxXX > w

,, The boy will com into thepossession
7 .i -'i is 'i yx:,.v > of this just sum at twtatyv
C.emae Regal Wsddin .
? one. At that time his income ta ex
tfl1rtMISf Becauje It was known to'be a' love be least
: peeled t* at $1,000.000 a year.
match an Germany tboo;bt'of little No"mention U made of the polar expo

: else Jut week but the tpkodkl wedding -
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'- ,':D (;;: .,. : "" .. .: 1'''' ., the..tiilnj.'arbitrator. ,- turned- the. 'scale structloa aa shown in the worn of the and the Grand Duvbess Cecilia wishes.Mr .
: !i P'O.LIT.I CA.L' i la:firor of the' preumen greatest playwrights of Mecklenburg- chwerfn.. which took '
S't.' ,. *. Roosevelt Buy 3- a
place on June to the palace chapel
Cttnns Aifino Plitf'The Catholic University 0. K.
"'1! .. ona. A summer borne known U Springfield
1'bi P risIdint aa v-:, eaumaksr."id37 : DI"f.uor.i dtfee&a industrial During the closing exercise of the under ,the auspices of the Lutheran b& been bought by the wife of.
church. More than alrty member of
: not get together 1of.yooraelTesr ,arratigr: aaiince: formed largely through: the Catholic University of America at royal families were present from German President Roosevelt tutbtmar"

s JMIU'e terms f Such JoafibUuc lastnueeutaCfjr of.C;W..Port, the food 'Washington on June 7 Rector O'Goa county V*.
and foreign states, and tb.C'\'fe-
..a I U the J4eDtk'a.teD to manufacturer of ,,&ttkereet.: MILL U'tad. statement showing that the Accid.nb.Tte .
also attended by the
,!t.: tie, oar of Rossla and the mikado of b&j elected Mr. Post president,and announce university possesses resources valued
members of the foreign embassies and British submarine boat A-8 was :
"hpaa.by_ the'preaaldent: .of the ,United : lu:object ,a* follows: ."We at $1:S1.000 untouched by the financial
many high officials of the army and sunk at Davenport, England on JuneS
tj State*i-jtfter, .,',weeto<,dlpomatl,1n inlrlav are for'no closed t bopr no retrktiooa collapse of Thomas F. Wagga- while z
; First the civil was undergoing practice. Only four
:' {' .Buaala bad IndfoittsI her wllllofa -, to the UN of tools, machinery .oranaterMi man. its late treasurer. The bishop* navy. ceremony e
performed in the nail. of Electors at of the f't'1r'of eighteen were saved,
t a to bear Japan's terms, but except such, as, are unsafe; collection ordered by the pope> baa r Explosions caused the boat to fill when r

as :>Japan first desired awurance cf, deal. no limHntlou of output; no restriction brought. In $11X550 and trustees barebegun the hatches were open. It is the third

?a; rtBpomlble;element of tb* a* to'' the number .of apprentices and a contingent fund to be used boat of this type but by England

i .datnrbed. Bnsalan realm;: tpt'hen of proper age; no boycottiAo until the full endowment Is, reallxed. Several persona were killed and j

= Impetahlnp C ttnSecretary Report, nympathetlc strike, and no sacrifice It fs 0r. Cortttyou" Now. much property destroyed by an electrical d
.of Independent workmen to the 1 1Michigan
Tbe degree of LL. D. was
t 6 1:, _Richard Cbeetham of the storm which passed over lower
W" labor uni>a, or compuUory use of the conferred upon
", Vgootbern Cotton Growers association. union on June 5. :
+, r baa called'President'Roosevelt's atteo- Postma.te'fGeneral Nearly 500 Hindoo laborers' were kill i

t 1 .don to what be r f arda aa 'groaa Irreg- Rat Rsgulation. Cortel- ed by a hurricane which swept over i

:.li1arttltl.fa the preparation and pobllttoo The official Journal of the Brotherhood h. you by the University .hllut w<*k.Dtaths. ,

r :. -' < .of the government cotton report of Locomotive Engineers In Its w of Illinois a

?f t: ,:;; "lied June 2. For- several: month* the lay number, advlsw members of that f at Its commencement General II. V, Boynton the well Jc
; unlwj to actively the passingof exercises -
!I(", 'J- atatlattai. gathered by the taaociaUoo oppose known soldier and Washington corretpondent. -

i, bare varied noticeably from: tboae' toud Cscb-Townsend. bill for federal on June died Atlantic City on June .
regulation of railroad rate the 7. Mr. Cortel- .
._ by the Jepartmeot 'U.1, asserted on 3. ae-' eventy-elgbL
:.that.employee of the department of ground that- such legislation would you delivered

Ar'S ;agriculture make frequent TUIta torT probably l result in a reduction of wars the address of If 1 in a kind of bilious uiood,

4 i .Ktw York and that they bar Improper tor, raihoad employees or at least the day on education You a ila i an aid to dtgrrt lood, t

4 ,_; relations with ,cotton brokers, with make it difficult to raise wage above and citi Noolher pill' is half *o isotxl
present standards. "It U dIe zcushlp,11esall As OlaW Little Early: Riser ;
:J' tb* object of affecting die market ,It very
3:1' U reported that a month .la: advance:ofttbf cult." says the Journal, "for a layman that the denjaud TIM famous Little larly Risen cure c
tick lieadache iilioaant_
(fit constipation -
.fr" last mado to see wherein the government can Infringe of tbe boar wuI
report plans were to secure
etc. They never gripe or sicken, but impart
Postmaster' General
i. .,i> a beariab report. The tyffereoce at will upon the liberty of contract unceasing war. early riinllf'nuIlJ. loud either
of railroads in the lutemt of the I Corteljou.ruptlon tare upon cor-
->* "between the lut report of the gorern- children or adults. Hob Moore, LaFsy
:}7' alert and that of the ociaUou was shipper wbeu there can be no legal. In all. its aspects and In presetting TUB rrrrxx EvrEsoa 450 ivriifs or I'ttt'.lnd MY'"XO nw t&1k1nlrl'-'Wit& a $

". 11 'boot T Per cent An investigation! was restrictions placed on bake shops In the the purity of the borne % GIa AYT. Little Eariy: UiJit'... Io the .Ofk. All q

ordered pending 'which Associate Btatistician Interest of the Journeyman baker or Educational Papers Combined.The the palace. Many ancient costume other pills 1 have usual gripe and make 4

Edwin IL Holmes was sus- the public"tALcR1M1NAL tendency toward commercialcombinathus marked the ceremonies. Tbe German me! sick. I). Witt's Little Early Risers
ttroiight the long relirf.
MMiglit They
: jJtodt'd. has taken effect In the empress assisted the bride In dressing "
j UJ perfect. Sold Uy Red Cruse I'har.
\.t,.!aliits Want FUM. J[ I III" field of education, judging from tbe organization and in putting up her hair. An ancient macy, Eau Gallie Pharmacy and (;11.*. '
of the United Education Prussian then
Tau noels) Democratic party of few crown was brought F. Campbell
company at New York which takes to the door of the chamber by an officer
York city baa declined the invitation of
:z Remarkable Blackmail Cat. over the various school publications of the guard and a precession was -- -LOW RATES-
ti" tee Cltlxens' Union to fuse In the corn- k
John J. Tonkin a wealthy oil man hitherto published by E. L. Kellogg: & formed to go to the chapeL After the
municipal campaign: on a uonpartlaan --FOB-
-' of Oswego N. Y., has continued to Co. of New York and E. 0. Vail of reception and supper ail joined in the (
basla.. as thU would be contraryto
receive letter threatening to kidnap Chicago. The new company will con- torchlight dance. Then the newly wedded SPECIAL OCCASIONSVIA
tbe Socialist alms. The Socialists
Jfe- his twelve-year-olddaughter, and baa tinue to publish the School Journal on couple went away In their privatecar -
declare the CItixens' Union offers little
offered a reward of $3X000 for the detection educational foundations a* heretofore to a hunting lodge In a royal Prosfilan -
hope to the working classes.
of the writers. The letters have but will combine the Teachers' Institute. forest. 'Their honeymoon will be SOUTHERN RAILWAYTwo

fernier Ambassador Cheat Back., teen mailed from different place Primary School the Inteili {Acne spent In Italy.Presld.nt Trains Daily East Leave Jacksonville -

,r. Joseph IL Choate, recently embassaaor and Primary School Era Into the Teach ,
_, L Oaynor and Grn Lots. Castro's M.iug.. 9:10 a m., 7:55 p m.
d 10 the
ar By decree of Judge La Fontaine, the ers' Magazine. the I \
court of St. President Castro's message to $0' 81\Baltimore. I.t. and return.

James arrived extradition commissioner at Montreal Venezuelan congress deals largely with ; T. Ticket on wale! July 1,2, 3, 4,

ItfW York fannda, June 6. John, F. Gaynor and I FOREIGN I the prosperity of the country In his administration limited July 15. Can lexUudedto Au-

( tI with his family Benjamin D. Greene were ordered to Hi* proclamation of amnesty vsI 31,11KJS. Slop-ovmal Wellington. F

on the Caroms, be Kent back to Sarannah Ga., for Oslcatft's Roignation.Th applies to all citizens and exiles 000 i 10 t debury 1>ark> -v J.- ij4ew return

June 7, and trial on tile charge of harbor Improvement French foreign minister whose and pets free prisoners' of war from i lJUfl UV, York, a ith stop-overs at

) went at to graft. They were remanded to Moroccan policy has Uvu opposed by colonels down. lie refers to tbe situation 1 Washington, lUltitnorv, Pliila.lrlpliU ant

once prison to await the orders of the minister with the United Mates asa slight New York. Ticket on sole| Jant .*,., 30,

0t.-. his country of Justice for surrender to the Emperor William of Germany tendered difference" and adds that the request JI1I1.2.. rilht- via New York or dim,

.., home at Wood American authorise Nevertheless his resignation to Iremler Rouvler of Mr. Bowen for a new arbitration of iniitnl July 10th. Can be extended U.
stock in the on June 6. This was a matter of .\nK31.. I'.XAHuffily
the prisoner immediately-began proceedings
:* the trust threatenedthe
asphalt dispute
Ilfrkshlrea. He great satisfaction In Ik>rlln. and it
t, to b* brought before the court independence of the country. 80 ; N. Y. and retnra.TkkeUonMl .
f that $$30
< denied! various was freely predicted Germany .
of king's bench under a wnt of nabeascorpus. July 8, D. 10, lirat .
Quits Swtdin.Tbe .
would be eonslileral In future Norway
,,{; 'j' rumor about any
I5th. Kxlei-xkiii: di
It July
by -pit to
r. Joseph Cboate. his! prospective In Monn-co. long expected break between Norway .4ugu l4, 1905. Mop-ovrr Unliinj- "

;: activities Including those connecting Th Mortgage Tan Law. The text of>.vu'a reply to tbeKoverniucut and Sweden came on June 7 when ton, ILiliiiitoie! and I'liila-lrlphia ip,lnt

t him with: the management of the Equitable Governor Higgins of New York has l'rth.'h dlarp tbat no Norwegian storthing at ChrUtiania! and returning.

-a t and the :succession to Mr. Hay assecretary signed the substitute mortgage tax bill (Art or military reform will lx accepted unanimously declared tbe union b*>- Tee Trolls Daily YM,LuTt JukMiiiUaU7:45p.m.

: of state which exempts the taxation of mort by that country unlt't previously tween the two countries dli"ol.ot! : ., nd7:55p.o.

gages of F3.o0U( or less on mMvucr dl cued by an International conference that the king of Sweden was no longerthe
; ..stall *. Call CJI M....
property held by the building and loan at Tangier. king of Norway. The state council t't0' \ Louisville, Ky.. and rHorn

:, .:.. A call signed by such prominent Fodatteta association The new law establish was authorized to excreta full poweras Tickrta on !'aft I July ':), 3C, lim-
aa J. Q. Pbelp Stokes Thomas Ztmttve Defy Authority, teil August 10th 1! A
; ** a tax of 5 mill' bra tbe dollar the garrrnment Norway, and an
Perkin OUi Despite! the prohibition of tbe Russian
Charlotte -
W. IDgglna of the amount of the principal debt of address to King Oscar was adopted ctr.I (lr Knoxville, Tenn., and return.Tkketson .
C. 8. Darrow a O.flower government, the national congressof
tlDU O. L Trigg.
; > all real property mortgage recordedla declaring that no ill feeling wa enter ...1.! Jur* 111.19. ). 24.

Leonard D. Abbott. Jack London New York state beginning July 1, Russian zem tr.M met secretly at tamed toward him ixTwnally or toward ?5. July I. 8, 0, 15, 1'Jfrt, limiUxl 15 days.
hs and l ton Sinclair has just been Moscow Last 't't'k. 3>X nx-mlx-m being! EUt'II 1.JIl until Sr.l.
by drj.wil H.I"ilrJ.2j
100.ThIs tax i* In lieu of all otb..rtuatlon ; the Swedish nation. King) Oscar ,
to and women urging present They were unanimous In d? )
toned college men
1- said mortgage was asked to co-operate in electing a
upon Nuhailk
Tenn. and i .
:, : to for the uwnJlug tbat a representative assembly -
;t them form a body pur'pare )
prince of his own botne. that of torna. ntiValf
a 12. 13 K
11.1 ,
'. socialism In It these ./It.atl. Tr llsy Grafting. be convoked. The order of prohibition
-f _s" : of studying .IoU ", to t
:. '- ,leaders' say that the recent remarkabletncTMce General Superintendent Stanley: of which only came at the last The r s"" po l j.f both oMintrl, remained itrnion! by drpocit until i-q l.t .'as, !'.'."
In the Socialist vote In America the Public Service Corporation of Nets' moment aroused much IDJ! -nltlOD. On
;. calm. Oscar sentwon
.j; ",;: indicate that ocUilam b not a Jersey baa unearthed a plot to which the same day the union of Hu..*ian Immediately i Ifi( .(!\slievilJr., N. C., and Morn.
[ protMttcg against tile action ofthe .
thing: to be Dt'arl< : The council tock
torthlug. tt'fl"'to *
,, 16, n, limited June 2S, I''kV
'i to orfa&lxe an associatlou to be known the road including school children. cntiM4 In tbe ?era for JIll hours Mat secure the alk-.r.'U4! of the .

a*"the Intercollegiate society to promote have taken part to cheat by the fraudulent to bold a mcHing without poketnterfrrencc. mare tb" prajer b-iok '>f the Nor- Dlslsg Can. Service a la Carts.Wptrir .

colkg use of transfer tickets. In this The jixirnalUt* bailed a
Interest in socialism among -
wi flan: church and to cut the t'mM.x:. >! rarrv> /\.llJn' and llt'LAiIt.j
the corporation is said to have cnnotltornt .mhlr! and a IJtn tan .
'-. graduates and andergraduatea.0mlthin9 way s>f union from the flag! a new tfig being Inf"tnl.tion c!"..fully fnrniliHi iij,. nINriklltion.
been swindled out of .1.1A.1). In voutlon.! .
Corrupt Ma hin*. substituted eT..rywhfT** Sweden i !'a's 1
some eases punched transfer bareborn Uy sleet, TftepliniM "4.1.
'" Major Weaver baa seared notice on Tr_ a Dictator. hu firmly twl by King (}'car. King
turned la by conductors as !tthey J.
fnlladelpbla'a city employee: tbat they Great popular f *lSng! has ten create Oscar has summoned the riksdag of C. I.I-K. lht fan 'rt.
had Un used. and In others the Ja knill! Ha.T..l..Ud' .
; may, and should refuse to pay further l at St. f't"tf'f'buri by me announced tt1l .1.-D In eitra .,>%lon June 3) to
have bo loaned to certain
poetical assessments to any partisan punches r MtahM-hiP" it of the Third consider the action r.f Norway ras.rss.
,: person to Us the transfer *o that they .
crganliation. and thus has struck another wctloo' of police with General Trepoff Russian Ship I"tern.d.
could be used at time of the day. ,.
any For lfIllt >*> 0-.0,1.
of thertag. at Its bead virtual dire, tQr tbelives croop.i i-n-g _
tltal Mow at tb* power s< over I> Admiral In command
ar FnquUt. .
etc tone Mtno'e (V"Itl Cure "II.. thU.ltrii
Mrs. R flrs M.*t Ha"f. and Ubt !... of the Russian -
_..' Tb et' is also>> wen a practical of the! ItuMian protected cnjlfff Aurora. a f"thJlt.11.111.. it run-

Ittustra-. rf the clanged ad- Tb failed Slates supreme court denied p *>pe.! Tn1 y>ff. II a"Uts&t owretsrr O:>? an-1 Jemn-huff, wbirii fled dur .rains flo" u..llt. II ,.-.rft..1t.a'.I.& .......

mloiftratloo la the diamisaal of MV. June 0 an application for a writ of the interior tlt"'tmft la reality the lag the battle of thSea of Japan and ta.tee )tIJOtt a'HJ tre7. ''i.l bl', Red C'sees. t

nil policemen and the ordering of of error' la the case-of Mrs. Roger, head of that df'plutmf'11t. Mtni--t T tk. refpgin the port of Manila: w 11.ItG.&i'T. Eats: f I.I.o! 1.1

of convicted of murder in Vermont.wboe RoonUpw !Jnf'tt. Ills ('has F ('an. .t..;) "
_. maay others to trial In the hope : promptly re re* eelrel orders from Sf Pet.-r on ;

;. retrieving something of the public (\)0' execution ha* been delayed on tgnatton wa not IC'O'SHt't1. nowerer.ETota June S to abide by the drcti of the ,

.14 N.mbatt"1"t. of the smashed one pie or another for many m\1&tht.. all orrr come reports ofa Aurtcan uthorttir... "btbu to t
revival of tU! utriie; ItuatW<>n
:"_ rwbln* have prevailed upon Governor Chstr For Lawyer Patrick. here tie port within twenty four boor CASTORIA

tNonypecker_ to appoint Judge John Albert T. Patrick the New York Edward Entertains Alfenta. from the time of notice or bar his

to the state Since Jun i King AU*4 o of 8paln For Infants and Children.
". f' .Stewart, an' indei nidrnt. lawyer who was convicted of the murder shit's interned Gorrrnftr Wrgit. ctteg

'_ ,.oprtm* court The mayor hat tamed of William Marsh Rice", an aged has UQ fU iTihHt of Kloj; Guard of under tL* ln'tr ctk.a of Pr** ldnt Uil Kind Yea Han AlIas Bssglt

{r : a cJialttr* of prominent citizens to millionaire in' New York on s-i>t. :3, CaKUad. The rwcaonir: of't.IIJK' R'j.,.eTet, had taken tar groau-1 that ,

$::' __ 'act' aa his advisers without pay. Ilk will la all probability suffer the were of the must elaborate! tl. !:'rJ02. since the af.1I" WM iaJnr J .n ba1!'::.- B.ars thefkgrsuro

extreme penalty for his crime th* although the effect of lb *;*rtafl.- wa they wens not eotitUl to time fo /." rr4

%-> -I[ LABOR I New York court of appeals hating deckled marred by the bear; rain. Tbe yoacg pair b -yoi ol the twenty four our taut .

-- against him by a vote of 4 to S. king wore the uniform t/t a British gar It. The Kwsin ftfflrrr ai4 then wire

-< mi King Edward wwe the onlfuro notified that they 'Rqulol a ioaroledand HOUJSTtRS

:L--' 'M tpitar Y(.... F. p"Wft.n.R of a Spanish admiral llxtraordicarypwiauttoti Cut t>*:r ships wooH t. renber t Mountain Tea
Rocky Nuggets
; .. Tb* aati>aal board of arbitration ha* f EDUCATIONALA wm taken to guard Cat ineffective periling! the cucdnua&c of
." : .. A B *f I iu .. U Buy ,wile
''''; royal vUJtor from ih5e
of the'New YorkPreaaatea any pu Injury the war
ta favor
:. decided __
-"" s -- --- !!oar G-&la Sis: .-.J k"r n.i i'!lat .
;,.' ,. : ** oaten in a dispute tnrolvtef C lhs r te Dramatist. during hU stay In Enjian-i, If too nut a perils fivvaod deght- 1IC""d-14 r "c-.tI"tr.+, 1M t.41)s, u*,

1'1w men hereafter The faculty of Harvard university Sp.*k.r Gusty Rcfr**. fat air.H.v tat Ke tart TN' .,. t'r .sas topssbiA
-\.t'l : wag** pr a.a 8I-.ara. N-zv.a Ais..... tj..ia Mtatnert.rf
, > uits: ceir* a anlfona wal of W4s bas a Wed to it* rurriculuo a course WiDiani C. Gully, wha for to years cheeks and i k"vrfy hair, It.karkr.T.sarety,

' > ; : r and ngb% work ta phywrlUag. it wCJ oxuUt: of a baa been speaker of 'the BritL: h blue \VrdJing trip acrw le .es, H rum. Y. ,.'....'. a t".,i <.-e> m. -s. by
:: ; /:.far toot day !'at faith in lucky Maintain Te*. B.A.L.anUtar'. C"' 'U Xatwai att.,
.. mwltbe
increase roars of lecture rleygned ta of cvinnMiu, tendered his rrsmon! your
N .aad aHtant get 10 l-.rr tint Ak drnzi GOLDEN h-!, ,tn rca; uu,w noni
,' theories of dramatic con- Juw G on the of til brilth your
g iau
1; Thomas Sfinor, practical
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w ,ul+ aatTltoa.illiat The final meeting of the old board of county com- ;!: -

> .- *eao.a.aMaasU.IUar.. missioners of Brevard county will beheld. next wcckconv ) '"' .o} ,

? Uto__$. T.COT, 'editor*,** rnfcllafeBUSHEO -. mencing\Vednesday. At that meeting many importantsteps i
+w- .? CTZET FMD1TMOMOK will be taken towards separating the affairs of,the old i '
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{ : .. -: ., rat .uon:1Ii county into that of the newly created St.,Lucic' county. and I .,.l'Q-.: ,"" -:+: ..:.
cum ton XOSTU. q.
ti the remaining of Br vard. '
r.r portion! 1 GOOD POTATOES };

UratfiIai. ..Ister.rsMIaed.s4V With the regular meeting onthe first Monday in July I\IL"O'F.L PRICES w -A

4 the. county commissioners and'the'school, board Brevard. saatMca -. .*..... s ........ "-
= It ';ui b.cbarljr aadangood tot _T.tM1.. all ........ "-" Mrt. .....
.: TBK STAB nor its editor is re ouibl. for will have many mattersthat will require their careful attention '!' via et hak tar dol.I.. IoIIMPotash 4
r piaiftU( axyrond by corrwpwdeata -........., .. zrk
and consideration. 1 1S
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A couple; of weeki ago' Tax 8T to made While the expenses of this county will be curtailed in .. iII .- it'

4 mention that the comber of registered -. J > I IbenDr be 1M .. .. Irortibftw..ead ., ,
some ways it must be borne in mind that the revenue will : I I its .t... 10 pee C9tI& emt6Iu4 a
between f tore jruiIat.It J lt&. -
voter .u about eqnally divided --- ; =
-- -- -s.-
be cut-off by nearly half and the time is certainly right at '' ... --. draWs
I '" MC -
8t Loci and B ewa d. Super- --- boua .,.
counts ::;=fg- j I U.-s. hi __ ;

Tisor or Registration W. S. :\Of w00d hat hand for: the pruning of every expense to the ,very minimum .,\:. ,.f, j1-. .Ir........WRWM...- O* Satins a ms ,

jast completed acoontof the registered .consistent with good county government and the :; ,. 1 t tI I tilt Y9J OE*HAN NauM EAU IUMC.'ORIS iiiAIImI. *.

s roten following the recent retWon of thee cutting'off of all unnecessary expense. I 1':1.?t I It G.---" alto .w4 II.

v list by the board of county eommiwlone]rt We know that it may be apparent that our past administration t \ttr ._.
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and eay that there are now 737 persons ';" =- : :--'
has been well managed along this line still ;
the said lid in Rretard county after -__ .
on believe careful that deal of t JAS. PRiTCHARD & SON
} the commbaionert hire struck off13 we by management;! a great expense MRS. tY C.SRT110.
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t 3' 1WDf'I; farther that there are 603 names can be cuttlown. _.......-.......*... ..
Mr*. r.ra': srtbo,13.1 mt 12th: 6trqet. T1TUSV1LLE. FLA.,
It must be remembered that the state law requiresthat
in St. Lucie oonntyrrrhereinthecotitmte-. New York City, X, Y.. writes .

eionen from that wctioa' did not strike the annual expenses of a county shall not be greater 411 suHcrt-dfor three years w|tilfuw>r
..- rhea and liberation
of thewor.ib.
off a tingle name. than its receipts for that This fact of itself TI-
year. very doctor advocated an operation\ which 1 "

It it not unlikely that before the peace shows plainly that an extremely economic expenditure of draJ ed .
go it. Now I am a changedw.
s, negotiation; are opened at' Washington funds must be started out,with from the first. .nau. I'ermiaf ml m<>; U tuuk Dine !

,, between Russia and Japan the latter will We have faith in the members of both boards, we Utltk., but 1 Ml MTnmth In\|>n>T l i &
Liit taking it, a* I dreaded an operation
be represented there by an ambaaadoi believe they realize the gravity of the state 'of affairs which so much, 1 am today in i rfect luallh

4-i Japan'* diplomatic representative at and have nut felttrll Inf teeny'eart.
confronts them and that tley will meet it with good, sound ."
is minister -
Washington now merely, a ,
business judgment and financial ;acumen. It U no longer a <;u"-.llon as tow he thcr
is ambassador. In the
while Itol8 lL'l an
I'e"runa can t* retied t n to cure all suehcagier.
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-- -- -- ----- --- --- .
; diplomatic scale of precedence;an ambataadoratandf Ihirlna the many )'uflln whiviVruna ,
higher than a minister, ttoL' SUILOU. I II I[took' a basket of good things to eat and< ha been put to tot In all form

Not roach "doinV ; about 11 o'clock it wa.* spread out on the anJ lilagl'li of acute and chronic :1tanb

that the Russian representative its Washington 31 A.. M. Terwillixeris i over from end vi Capt. Couiant'i wharf and a de- no one year hu put thU remedy tupt-a '

( ranks the Japanese representative, Mima working oat his groves. i licious supper 'iUS enjoyed "all by the er te>t than the past year' .

Japan hat now the right to claim to be a The prospect. furorengee, thiscominjseason I,' moos /light." There were alto on the If all the women who are suffering, We Inrlte your attention to II .
with any form of feniaL waUnvkHuou!
first claaa ft>, which would entitle her are fine considering the freeze. !#i launch figc, peaches, watermelons, etc. write to Or lUrtinnColiiinl.usOli!. 1 t
the follow In close' rlft
l"a plenty It **+, inJee, a jolly; IIIJ Fire him a c<)i d"M"rIt'! au of :; I> on our .
to a representative at the leading apiuleofegaal Mr. Leonard MosUy,' of Oak Hill, i i'pel'lL
Saturday night and Sunday ith {!i crowd, though!somewhat lire l an 1 sleepy, their ymptom' and the Iaecu1Ianl.t'sof\ popular brauiU ofroollug htorrn
rank with the representative of l
that got home in the ".ee sma'! hours their troubles, hew irpl J t.J
his father! and eitter.Mr. .
'- other first class powers. I I with complete direction for trcatuienl. known aslhe'Trlure" and the 1 .J

MM/WYWV.V. and Mr, G. Nolle and Mr. Albert ,,. Makes ilig ttion and assimilation! here hew: of chars1.twVrfSf ; .
Almost as soon ail she becomes a county Nolle\ were in Tit \'ilIc! the latter part of: frtrt. Makes new red Mood and bine / Dr. Hjftmta, fVci/Jf/j/: K. (!Zueen:"

(net week on busintw.Mr ::That's what lIoUip tt'r'e Rocky<< Mountain Tie Hartmaa Stnlixtlum, Ctluiabut ,
site, Fort Pierce will boat of two news :i f Tea will do. A tonic for the eick and '0. i-15 l: 1'rlnreStoifji, : I..OO; ( i iI IL

: papers. The new publication will K. Heriiert Giddens returned Sunday weak. 35 cents, tea or tablt'liI -----
4 from down about Banana ri'cr'lil"re : your druggist. the heart better than good, that |*riahe<" .. : !t.O4)
named The SL Lucre County Tribune, .. I l
he has been on a little rrui*. ; -- -- I or even the gaining of the w hold world), ]
and tfve outfit fur the same la now PI5tsAs 0 j GtUUGI.\SA. I II besides. 0. K. (!Queen Stottw, V'M 1|
r Mr. R. L'n, Llf Palatka cauwarerTUttgty l!I _
> ftm &&<&&*. THttat issue will? tioFpen J..ttew Wet"kaou firs \ ; TtJ<*(fv of ifs, Kocae, ((e nature i ah > > .
'D1'iU)1) ))
a t- *'vv $
be brought out u soon as the materta uear: here. His brother accompanied l"i(eslTltciclszr LureWni)nm ? ,
arrive air A. K. Wilson, formerly or him. i'I here. ,| the poire of the akin, And by j its antttrl,- S.G-1 3Il.t1ttIiluhlraICd ; f fff
; tic rubifocient and haling. }'lft"t"IIC6 it
Mr Datdry has to the lower river _
Titnsville, recently' of Orlando, will U I Sir. Arthur Jactson ut Clifton, wail gone j anWuea infarnat! ion and' t'Uh".l..lftz, burnt rfmilar( siting full j
Fort I'ierce b1..itan.1 will w
the editor and The Tribune vi'\Uiug friendat, tjiU\ place Sunday. He, near on 1 rut, ..zeta, inter, ringworm and aU >i
publisher. away fora few da e. skin disfasr blind \ \ particulars ou >llratlou to
with a party of yuuna folks, got quite a > !. .t fp''tilfur >Uv'ling ain
will start out with modr pretentious, ,.ilt-II. The -nmiie Witch hazel 1
few The present is i: a 8fa.-on of inaction, yetour !
veryinterntirrg: snajmhots" Hunilayafternoon. /''.lvt'liit t"aJr IL C. Ih Vitt h ( .
by -' : A.
probably a the mllinm ,,,iiI> or quarto, proper| are busy at ont think or an JAS.rKlTCH.4KO A MKY j jTitu"m. ,
Si>JJ by Red (>(*<* I'liarmacy, K TJTharmary C'aUit ,
with the intention of expanding iw the other Mr. Jue Hmot'r has hen building and'. Caoipt. H.A .
Mr.I U. Nolle and his w>n, Mr.t Albert, .. Klnrid
another what f.'r Mr.''t of!
busineei gniws. .Mr. \Vil* n arrived ill and Mr. I.
hate void! their grove homes! to -
the people are also! intercated in a new -- '- -
z Tittwville! Tuf *Uy from Orlan'), and .\ M. TtrwillK-er. Mr. Nolle is ore of
vkhitrfon: tin U"lIanlrift'r vide of out
left for Fort Pierre yesterday. We wish the first ecttlrrs in andevrrjone I'HRII.I are! hard at work on it. I Tho Alpine Cottage,

rritrrli very much to w-e. him mid his!
him in his II venture.
every such. family leave us. Mr.I and Sera AiU-rt Mon.lay of thi werk the launch ol I uiUr the maiMiiin of 'liak K.M.

: It is expected- .Ja that an effort mill I I. lone ,,1111.-! ri-mlly' nursed by our II. J. Allen, from nHRl.UI, arrived at It.. .,I I Myrt, a..lfU x1 l hey I..t lad.yr I '"

lrf>meof Mr.1 F.V.. M"wsun. Soon it
nuigople as they were prominent
made hare that sffaire.f the ) very I TITUSVILLE
to KqnitahlrLife FLA.
learned that the mortal remains of
in all *v\Yt; functions They have wa I .
Assurance invettiitalitl by: the legitlatnreuf not Ut" 1.1..1 I Iyet where they All ga Hut: F. 0. Allen had IKH-U brought here from.I II II I

I!; New York, which will inert in rte Hi"h thun much uaiM in whatrtertlny (tiKMliill for interment. F C. Allen nat I I I Daily or Weekly Board.

extra swte Ion. IV>tii>tl *s the n*|>.- rt that may undertake.Mr. f-iriwily a n"'idri.t of Georgians, but ol I } o J House Newly Furnished
l. ;! Ute Bind at (iootUll, nrar lUytona. Hisilne II I I
It t
{ the uJot'rint1I11r'1I1 of inHiiatu-e will. male\ Arthur Jackton came up (tow 1 II I Everything Firat Claw
-* wa* criirpluiite andla-te>l several Il t
r w ill tlt'ltrmio the curse huh lint t ln lv Ciifion >aturiUy' ning and took a jolly 'I I
ntontl.o. Though the iK-4-ea.-t i paHlt. )

fe.. wilt pursue. If the report .hosts the in- utrty( [ to thn hicks in his trim little through many trial!, <-f a lu+;r>ef@ nature I' I/M-ation: Ifupktna.itei. n*.f JalM. o.
Martu -rite. Mrs. J.V.. \brit
i f' mtifation has I ln-en tlwrt ugh, it i i.. hardly launch s while a re'i'irnt here in years tit and -' -- ,(

I probable that airier Investigation ted SI ih jrone. Though they were Tailed f) rralw 'X lt tatbuf, yet it maybe IJKWH WITH SAVAfiKS i
not ..uaratin tiiidin tii turllr! VT*, l aid of him that the l last trial! in t>!rk- 1IIIIIO\'t'Hy. The higher the" civiliiatioi ROBBINS j
will be orderrd, but there may be: lvislaiion : all irrtainly jo\ed the trip. lu'ryollt": the larger! the riumUr of bruahtw in uw
ness, of and Urtin
grrtt verity I
; manytnouths
} aff.cting all. life insurance tune --- ;;;: '--' Judging by the demand) hen our rmto- ,
1It'reif') nUtnm t > I GRAHAM j
Tininutile t-tftft "f CI..mbt-rlaft'! a many ttrppinx > men have teachtd a high i state of refine,.
panics located, in New York. ..toII13.1 b a/l.1 "nt'r .bd"! is "'" ..i".atl".and a greati i.t->ry ind.-...l ant fully M to an inrnt K,ery dy we sell more and more artiiaeorporattd S,. 1I1 .-i.tniii; that run iki not ra.izfit Implicit mm in Uo.1 He fully r .lid I It of i UU-H- 'itt-llrrt '

Mr. IViwrn our tn Venetuela i Is the rtli-cj nf* uw-diclr-e, For air! tlY I' t AccurdUl' to the rrpurU of tlne who : TOOTH nursuFx, IIAIH uii h1I;'-, ( ta/d.p'spusltNoteaet4 .r

.ho !ha! j'lt't ! .1 i..mi8't'o.l) fr m lie t ro" !'laaltuaey. knew Lin. bat a faith that otercom- HATH HHl'III"Co; ( Thii company 'wne lawk ,, *..
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the diplomatic service, mill get very little .. tear world and work b, )love and) fetrtfire1 j Vrhap' the fine Iualir1! has had I +ome. in the Indian, lii w dolls
.kIte.'F Kpor thing' U d-> with. it! -|*rha$* iU thtpruv.Any .
try r ii the it! LborKitW,
sympathy from the American l....)Pt". e.a.uaraaruNtnr 'tia'cr' Tt'11 WUT8 .: ..". all purchafr are veil pl.-&.\] at New< !hirer, and ore .Bl- ''.

Their vetdk-t will. be that In gut just CK at'LL.tJrIl1LL :' RED CROSS PHARMACY, rayn Hay. -'
FI-I. Jar.e 20. 1I5, 1
'tJfi' what he .l<**r\td ''tAIIU' QI tewperrtntes 1 : ji _. --- -TirrsVILLE--_. 1'UIUKS TO SIT) Tilt: TUU?. : l

and rainfall for the reel .a>1ias Tumity.VI Ayer
I ,, LAW AGAINST CIGARETTES luue ?), ,,,.Ai EAST COAST MEAT MARKET I! rofot U.4 ltsl.i ".;
'" i.3 I a4
: By a law par l by the last kIli.latQI'\ one IUK !*. MX MI*. G. r. DVlD, 1'1.1, i OrratiiT .
Jan It ** *5 M ?
it. ; it beooni unlawful to s,-It) or give ata.yrigarrttraor .. is .7 :J 1 o

' '. n. :1 M 74 I THIDHASBROUCK .
,. :' the .. I old.! But let
,1 takes
: eUrtitixty tUysafUr tvL| aRe I..y :'l .v isa why everybody
-i<;;. of the bill, and' there only renains ab>mt Ill. v. 7::1 'I air see it, in your gray hair? 11' i

;,:: thirty dvs in shirks df'a!Vr can nnk,.don ;,i rtiafkU"I fur the.ek.I .w"4 tD.itrp.rtareraiafallfortl.ewrtk Keep your hair dark and rich I ) Western i

: 2-:: thtirttcxk land I Dt'bt., ruia", OIJ"lI I and postpone ::e. If you willHair i Meats MOTOR 1
-- - JAn, I .\IT!' Eh1F.K' IMI.: \- rtrlAU1ER:
r feittttarr mace bt.1Yi ID aOtS
TBS EAST COAST CANAL. Lttat I (,IH.laI" I. tFFh IENC! :\' j

i fn eoftverwtiott with the M.Knxird .\ngutti f' H.I P.i c-u Hiaoi l iu*(. Vigoronly ; of all Kinds arid ... LESS GASOLINE |*f .... .f

reporter a few days a,o Mr.K. fro, i I I' power IJU.d chew tt/fi.. t
We YUi&i.mah ........,,,..,..
qs; Miles ctatal tl.atlh. Roycrnor'. veto Tartar. ./ a hr..tker.The : use Ayer's Hair Vigor, TITC V.U.E. FLORIDA. ( ) t1slt
Cc>tuio<-mal utrt 8 lit 9 t) hone M..*
''N of the time eitrwion hilt for coropletinith story of the tortnrp of I>T, 0. D. your gray hair will soon have .Special) Light ili,rii**
eat coast tame would probably rwqljia : :' lfartreItubtof! N. tU Y lUptin will intrrwt charth.ofIlarlrrsa'rlk yoa. all the deep, rich color of J. L. MOBLEY j ::IJ 4a !"J) lister power

} atamkxuurftt of Use hut rat, Lt.ftll lie Sara: "t sudrrrd aontea, twitviire rJ youih. Sold for 60 years. j Benj. W. Jerome t
t. St. AnOHi& and Mayport. Mr. TITUsVILLE, FLA., ,
. i prftiatect cou/h, rrntirj from U>e : .I .....
ar a .n.14. !
Mike d cires the ,np1 had to tWp tilling io bed. I, ... u1 I CoDtncu
/ personally to re project op j ...u..... .t La" .a.w. Ie. for all kinds of Paintinjf, Kal.aininA SATE iGIUT,
tot fie tried many rfmolir* .i\t.oot rt-ftef until'',':, CM wt04 MM rt, t.r ..... Rnmnn I..WIsT .
through to completion pa1.1 1& aA tor N s, .r. t.rt Ts.t Finishing and Pap,f PALM'H.: FUHtt&A.Alo -
I I took Dr. King New Discovery for Coo- ..... U.
J x atarta. a.t.da. Ya&s. lI&npnc, at the most ajnabJe!
doobu that -ukt will priceanal.trni
aw cotwrct to
nraption, ooofht and coltlc, wbkhentlrwly ., with
/t *"*" < r A fl. n), good I
a-; the cutting of the tad stretch. If the bill cured tnv cocf h and a.*Td tut from I ICOQI11mpuoo. ..II...'".. a for "...: M... woikaaiuhip. State Ajtat for

r=. ':_ bad mtt tK. ", yffDCl'* approval Uw ." A rand core for diMued ; lori ujilere 01 tit flit CwjtpeeUlly lEI
conditionu of throat aad roc,,. At Erf I II
t,i- work tamed be tamed through to t oefr. White Hair E aolieittd. Let
Cruas l't 1 price 50c. aod 11(0 I Iparanw.J. me what MOTORS.
proposed terminal, Tnal bvU e tree. j IOQ want and g* my estimate OQ It ,

;1 ;........ ..... .. Prompt attention liven to all pork. I 3 to 12 h. p. Jump tpark, op te-datt ,

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, ; : : r7u ,_ = aa s THE FLORID ,'STAR A': _

.Y'c- .. ,
..k 1'-; f "...g-:;>O'i-- ._--< :'''-1' ofieet Jafy W to fib bchwve and an
.. ; : ;i. PilL food for star trip from July 5th to 15th
,... eESS' faidasive.
""!"' ?& i< ", ; By payment of f 100 extra Iii
8ftI' OYer I
,",r-t1"'.''. if"' .-<' !- _" ___'.'-PL". :'t.-1axMive. _ee.. the more limit may be extended to Aug.Slrt. .

Wi >'" .special sleeper mill 'be provided

.. "' _. for the> Christian Eadrtvorm and their

j} w: s.f '. "trlwiWrI4l11Ct" z ua"1'> .:LPJiAMIY! | friends, and those sot dealing sleepers

Jt'c. win travel la vestibuled thoroughfare
\ \ 1 -
,IQUS ;- ;
w All coffimocicatiocs tboold be addreas-
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&- ed to E. T. UphajD, Sooth Lake Wier, -
Writt *rl>r Alfred. Ond wiu.It :. the resistance Fla. of Florida
.. of the person experimented transportation manager f

jg : fa t.wfeUknowB riot that any psychical on it toood to.cadergo a spontaneous State Union of Christian Endeavor ; 1 : -i

.process la attended,by some alteration variation of extraordinary -EagBitbde. 'ili41 l -*_: f---i
r Outside TO TEST SUNDAY BASE:BALL. ?_ e.- 4"f --W :: i
lo the physical of
state of the body.. Tbe ot.Jecti'-eaatee,any paycbieal _
; tetfjperatcre of the blood is known'to rise Infloenceeitber Internal or external, The Jacksonville Ministerial alliance

4 io the ladle or excitation, while chemical will MOlt ia an Immediate oedilaikra ofa has t"ten op the subject of Sunday baseball /J&J ;f:

.. sod physical .action of 'a 'nature yet sometime aormoos magnitude. Any playing in that city.It t- '_ 0-

boo'the other band a mental Mate; calli lain Intensity' will reduce'the resistance confer with the county solicitor in re-

cars '. depression, when the blood tem of the human body Instantaneously to a gird to the enforcement of the law recently '

perature f&1Ja.ud. behavior of the body is value three to five times Itw. passed by the legislature regarding ; 1L .... t
} tt this These called .
In matter. gentleman upon
everytheopposite of what..U I
'observe In the above cue. By making experiments both before Mr. Bryan and requested that he ....

",.-# "" 'The physical changes just referred to and during the sleep the author observed direct the sheriff to carry out the law s

form a criterion of the actual state of the some characteristic: variations according Rev. F. M. Kemper pastor of the Soy

;t Bind, but it has not M far been possible : to tbe"cbaraeter of the latter and the der Memorial church, says: "It is not 1
those them for an acurate determination vivacity of the dreams. 'the duty of the alliance to have the baseball 1

of the psychical process going on. Any pain, either real or suggested, will managers arrested but the duty of ANDORGA 1

J1:. modify the resistance, the feeling of pain the al1toori et to see that the law is en. f

being preceded and followed by an oscil forced, and if the local officers do not perform .
:Another physical criterion for the
state lation. their duty in this respect the alliance .
_of the human mind has just been bond The individual resistance of the human -will then appeal to the governor to 4

oot by a Swiss engineer, Mr. E. K. Maikr body depends also on the nervous susceptibility take some action in feeing that the law
of Zurich, Switzerland, and as this and e/
on the conditions the person is properly oboerved.
3 criterion >s susceptible of accurate determination is living in. Nervous peraons as well as County Solicitor Bryan says that be U

by the ordinary' physical strong smokers and drinkers show an extremely powerless to act tn.the matter until the For sale by the

v methods we do'pot hesitate in describing low electrical resistance.!
", the intereitinjt r: nlu thus found. Mr. and behavior of week and if b
variability temporary nest at that time the playingof INDIAN'RIVERMUSIC
_it Mailer noted 'an interesting connection!j ..
the ns'uUnoe is also shoe n to depend Sunday baseball was continued infor
between conductivity of the body and on these factors. 9 mation would be filed against some one

iU psychical and physiological condition. It It a connected with the team, and the law HOUSE

e c This conductivity, in the first place, undergoes The possibility is seen of ascertainingthe would then be tested as is the desire of a

great variation, according to the nervous excitability of any given person the baseball association, which organization -
boon of the day at which the experiment I II and the alterations undergone by this does not consider the Pam constitu TITUSVILLE, FLA. .

is made'and according to the meals taken factor under the moat various conditions.; tional.

by the person experimented on.0 It would seem possible altO! to find out

curauI1'dentit' J figures will occur wry from a number of investigations and That Tired Fecllac.

f frequently in series of experiments )last rura>urementa a given average resistancefur : If you are languid, depressed, !napat>Ie

ing from 10 to )5 tniuutev, with the same what might may Letf. roied "n&ndard" for .-ark. it indicates that your liner is e
out of order. Heroine will assist natureto '
minutes and the same person, even in the men. On the other baud, the.action of throw off headache, rheumatism and ,

case of experiments separated by an interval electricity with therapruticahfpplicationsmight ailments akin to nennugntfs and restore tie V."W"'ffli'i.W."ir.W"lNiJi.'d "
_ of some days. be verified objectively. the energies and vitality of Bound and r"'r1leta

The magnitude of the conductivity, as Any experiments so far made bear out ,perfect health. J. J. Uabhard, Temple, tti'gt;
I Texas, ,writes: I have used Heroine for =:
well) at the regularity in the different the hypothesis that in the case of the the Il8lIt two years.. h has done me more
aeries, are highly influenced by the presence action of electromagnetic line of force good than alt the dvtor It is the best The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. :

of a third person; tt henever anybody an increase in the individual resistance medicine ever made for chills and f \'t'r." g"
;)()c. Sold by Red Croes Pharmacy and
enters the room or a noise is produced occurs. .

___ ____ Eau Gallie Pharmacy,

Jugde Wall, of Tampa, smashed the

-- -- r't'Orfor the state of Florida, if indeed ... and Metal WorkBUILDERS' i 4
Governor llrownrd has requestedby ) board of state cummiftioner, fay be Plumbing
to not the entire nation, in granting a divorce
one of the board of Ute air on- wants just as handsome and just as enbctantial
the other day in the course of two
err to convene the commission M that the a building em-ttxl as can be done
: hours from the time the bill was riled, I
v1., preliminary work of construction of the for the money and he thinks it will be ,
d' ( the complainant being Mrs. IJnnie F.
governor's new mansion can be done, the pride of ary citizen to contribute to
Washington the defendant Charles
E such as preparing plans, specifications i wands it, as it is to loe ajstate building and Rs i.'
S. Washington, generally: known in Tam- : Agricultural Implements :
etc., and selecting aD architwl. a home for all future governors while In .
|* as Captain Std Wiuhin ton, who conducts :
The hope is entertained that a site will otlice.
a tow boat and fii-h bn@io e at
\Ie donated by the citizens of Tallahassee i Mr. Stockton undoubtedly voices a &n- SANFORD FLORIDAJJIJ.IIIIJJIIIIJ.I.'IIIII'IJ.I.IIJIIJIJ'JIII'III'
Tampa.uttt'rity cf U-mj-rr that made ,
sentiment thatetrry citizenof
and that the entire appropriation of .:3000 ,- erallublic
Florida elioul assist in making the tie life of tie wife unhappy," ale the
made by the legislature cau be applied mansion ornament to the tate and an eau*-. assigiitnl in the bill for divorce, or >
to the buildit.g. honor to those charictxi with its construe J/YYYYYYIrYVY1 YVYYyYYYYVIIYYYYYYYYYYYr. YrY >>r..vrvi/ 1
of the tioru words: to that etTect. ---- . .. -_ .. _. -"-
Mr. Stockton; who is a
E. L. BRADY & BRO. '
--- --- ---- --- BIG SPONGE CATCH. ,

F CUP The \esffU have about all returned -- -
x -- --- from their stunner trip My the 1 HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS. ,
----- Amertcan-bnill Key WIt Inter Ocean, and with few: exivption We bridle proiiare of all klniJ agent for Maa-' FcrtiiUer Wt deal udu.ITelJIn
c -- A dllll'- rte was second and the vessels have all made bit toe above lint or gnud. an = land. dated JUlie V-Hh. says that tI.eAml'ri.ullldIH".rr schooner yacht NavA n- was third. ratrhes. A captain of one of tie \'tb.*I. Grain sad an irurrii.d.Unfl'd M your.Uli'.n. 1:. L. DiUUY 2&0.,Tl'rcnu.u. Fu.
Atlantic (Caj. Emperor William ai pirst-nt in bin -
: yacht states that the c-al'h this trip will amount
Ban) rue tl.f race ..' the auxiliary yacht the lb'ttenzollern! w hen the ran- nmelhinitover\ t "0CKO. More than "" ..A..GE: cc>.9

u : yachts from liter to 1ft"1iIAml that day was finialievl. This it the sn-ond Kai-r' half of this amount goes direct to tie )', (iraiii, Fruit and

at.: in'41 h'll\l'lI, 2-i minutes, 21 second cup c-aptnred by the American dipper cress of the vet-tl'I and a Urge portion cf Staple and Fancy Groceries I'rodure of all Kinds
Heligo within the \*month. The Atlantic, it \
from Hover to
The annual Ute the remainder goes direct to the merchants -
the Gt'rmanIloontr will toe rrroemberei!, won the rate acnm VEGETMILES .4 SPECIALTY
land wan won by for applies famished the vessels
yacht tsiMnne. The German jaw I The- I the Atlantic wean.I when tbey were leaving. Titxisxrillo. i i Flo1-1dn.

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-- BUFF I EXCURSION RATES. FarloM* Flf btlnf. H. LOCKHART :: :f
i "for seven ,.>, writes Oo. W. I
international convention of Clint-
hu .
The Seaboetd Air Lint radtU1 :'i :Hoffman, of (If'a er, 'r&lh.I. / bade 1 I flealerin. .
been dwlirnatrd by U" FUmJ Kia as : (fan tj d -iror, whk-h u to maven in ,hater t.U(? wih chronic etomarh ant General Merchandise

their official route to the grand Wire trs-1 I| Baltimore July Sih to 10th proroiwt to be I liver trouble, twit at lat I eon, and cnml ,- -. ,-- ----,-- .-
1 I! event in the history of the I diseases by the orient Elaine Bitten I I'I
2 tiaatt })011..)". h S.the desire CI3 opttaatetimaid I greatest my ooasi iGI cf 'I71laiG""
JoknilI1JTJ m Dune 1), )}Iffl w.s>n,
mEKrdsloeawJiltk..J JGldUuc I organization. 1fc S.l SSestmeatAttnot7, r i Qw.Cls Eep(& t 33GCBLBDDB( J'j
1. aJ Joni iatmJ io Ibefbttirr h> 1+ with-, _. ---- -
L 1) rn. July \\\b. Oral, ISpassengers ',seating '6.5l J people, cad teceral lug Out them f n the tenet; the's cast atUin-i, eareuatro..r.raor.. ct
3 rvquiml to art ure this 1 1T l I 1JI1\'e' auditoriums bate been armred ly a wonderful medicine vo cure 1'ucb.':, - ytt

are form Jacksonville { and wilt l.. beautifully and elaborately bad caw! a, mine." N>1.1, under tmran-
Fare ,'I'
: special train wrrwo. i!! number ol speakersS tee to io tx Mme for you at 1>J Came ;
Limit Jc.'OOr&k'd.alp I
to Buffalo and return iSt-M. I Pharmacy at 5( e. a bottle Try them today. I QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES
4 returning be extended to Aop i4 4tb |I I I ( world Bide reputation will take part _,_ I II
!, I II ,
and depositing and a chorus of:.t)() trained voice I
by payment of JUt extra interest of the meeting. For I The 1',1Ika! Tiro *-llenU rays that a''
later than July! lh. add to the
Uckettin: Buflklo! Dot I this occasion the Florida State Union of I bear has been: killed in (h eoaa. a blind

The \\.......... ,,'.n. I Christian Ende&vor ha"'-elected the Sea I llgcr ha been seen; at Clayton, and. 00rato&ally '. Merchants & Miners Trans Co's x
snake In Palatca.SCOTTS
men are
wUI.I their official
33 : -If John had only made a board Air Line railway as '
world tie\* b* ,: trace I IIt t[mats I
trouW with the property;
conducted rill lease STEAMSHIP LINES
really is tom bait ; A personally! party y
.- I Jack inviik! in a -perial nr ou Tueo>lay .
M bother me >>o mb.T1w .
't F Wtd.x Jtnklu ."fWd.I I I morning, July 4tb, at 9 o'clock arming
't' do declare 1 aim* *Uh it at FwiHimorf Wtdftei-ay! mt>niin2 at Hump Back
Jsbn had liter d e try BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.
tom. That -llpS'tncctt. II afU.lIII' [I 11 JO. The fare fur the round trip from SAVANNAH

in Florida will te as folio{ *: .
----- points '
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OtOSON *.. t casks a !r .
Aeeta RAworttaw. i Jacksonville, I 24 to f| Mep Nd Itrlft.lICodw wa1 it sakes Direct Co&ficctio&a for- -
Own tearing or wrenching pains occakm4 Fernandina 24 85 dwrt les key tH kttt wit Met I
t by p Uin* wet through won Tsllakaa oo Q amid !hull dbtaM4 tM td bOv aa>..!
when at met,or on fir*. moving tU Iirol fcw gcMMt sews *f r t.*tfy i. | Washington New York and Boston.
audio cold or damp 9o..tht'r. it cnml Lake City, 24.SS rkittt awl bass ((.,. T F AI. ,
quickly by BalUrvl's Snow Uniroenl. tn Gaiae-Yll, 27.1O -4brfc.t.......
car OWsoa, Oibson ( t7, l.1l. writes, Feb. Ocala: 2790Oriando. wit SCOTT r.rfs.a F.OW5I. 1. 0.-: Through tickets on Mile at principal points.ArttJinroodationi .
r 18.1W2; "I... troubled "ith I pain in 2 .t5 p..asiars II 4tt back. It soma r* w bad I rould not and tuMne unurpastrd
\ my bend over. One bottle ol Batlard's snow Titus, :9 ISD .
y' Liniment cured' me.II cold b1 BlvdtrPturuoaey Lftoe.borr. :8.00
and'Ean 'tAUit Pharmacy.Y : .le City, 29.75

= Ci.TOR2 'Rant City, 3d M II. C. ..\"'[Ur, *scent, JifkvjD llle.coiEiL t ti r

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s4linteil'rlte as as we :t-

: "i"'b ;.1M7'-'Ot,,,,ita.oi ioaterisl.. ttn4.;; as' It.almOlJt &) .a certain brand of ;_ '' Jf.
> v iaa'tbiiQinfiit ark vary Ate' There never
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r if t8CeatllM Uai id pftile:waist.Nth.bdgkt 'y
= it from dealer. H .
The fashion :
'Ifr.f : eolTed silk .orp'aid.; t9tss% :
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"protect --.X:
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> must match
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,:fi> Seed lOroxa4 ,w.'O B e, $n namber .
1 i' Jt tAla t>afern,:Noasbt, tad stated.t d Ing favor the paint the lowest ill?

.JAe/d..' It wBl than be sent tu m& bjr maO 1 never youthful be att : to protect agents. ':'f i

iB D > 8.. .nt :>rdtt". r'aiaw 4 Pique U i as .-f'-o:= .
j\ :always pre fall _addr ai., Screrai for coat and. about paints. .z

'ii'Jo';;0; r mast.. ,'___IN' altoved. .tor4eUyery.of. pattern.. has some : advice, and blanks :' *'$ti

MILLINERY .MODES. : FASHION'S FLOTSAM. not light crush weight as show the quantity: of ham: ;.. ?

wllrm.ew i : h' f
'....... asst H..*. .* ...." 14b.I .. f Skirt- TrlMMlic Abet tee K..H, :

/ Tk. Pet. yst... .. ,cues | j I f S allo.e4 Lola XVI. Rl.... bank ia New Orleans, or >,: ". t-

f Rlbboos and roses seem to be the The new skirts bare all their trimming Hprmlaed Ankle ; "-

saw trimmings for bats this summer, but Ir arranged about the knees A favorite TllttIP are .

1 other flowers are aLto In faror. Par style is that of a five Inch band which tutiisble. \ Limited. : .
ix a tlcularly smart are hats trimmed with il of, the material put Into five vertical wif +:
ease <
Street. '
nr, .E 'greenish white water lilies, ,flowers tucks and edged with two broad tucks when trHnl.Jt'et :" '- ='
egg shaped buds and. leaves I0n 'a ments. For INI South Front Street :,,' _"""
green crin didpeau tbW lilies,' arecbarmlng l Louisiana, <= $..... '" :
mingled with a touch of dull For .9-' -4
bout in con
} pink velvet Mrs. Win south of Louisville .
The polo .toques are .becoming more been need for At.

T # ADd more popular. They are charming of mothers fur -

:, wten carried out In soft fancy straws lag, with '

JY I child, softens ., '
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for diarrhoea. -, j

lit tie sufferer '
A ,. e\tis Inevery |> \
;. 1 five cents a a :
Mrs.' Wins! ) Railway. =

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a.a. Effect April 17, 1M5. ;: .

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top and bottom. In other instances the :. ... Lf fi. -. CO &
tucked band Is edged with braid or _? A i SUp iio* c .*. .-. ? r i..s1
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lace Insertion. ;
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The Louis XVL ring scalloped aroundthe 99and : .. ;.."... .. ; sup,'; IM* n .. #''dx
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edges is much worn andlllamond ; : ...._.. "j >3> Itpi", 4 It* .... r; .
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rings of this description are set in silver. THE $ !13Wlli.f. W r .'
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food ) i .. 111. Cia '
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i A useful bat of crinoline is In what Healthy ,- :
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blood for
is called burnt straw color. Around troubles Trains : 'US\I"IUJ> .,

the crown of the small saucer shape in rating :: = It K H 1 it |> n
are closely set rosettes of dull pink upset the L. I... p1t1s: ca
i tAJ IU XATCC1X TEXJOL' ribbon. The brim of the bat tapers erly : 116. lit* ., .

I il.} with two prettily toued wings placed off and comes Into a band at the center stomach, | -t Up- -SIM* CA ,
of the wbere it Is in Tr 14 W IS eo 0
: downward one aide of the little "pill crown caught mini, Af ..._..." 5 eo. ,to.'
t 7 box.4 Some of the latent shapes are place by a straw m alUoD. The trim- When -,-
t quite ifquara or else the front Is ming at the back is also of ribbon the Cars : .., II pJ W* 3t ;
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straight and gives an appearance of rosettes- ; : 1 l- Ills s. <.
claims the ..
squarenm' even when the bat Is rounded Many of the belts worn with tailor ; ; % . 11 '1. III ..-
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L ; at the back wades are heavily braided. Th *e [ cores d .. ? .', il u. 1U
: A cbarniing example of this effect braided bats are very smart worn stomach ; r. tin lid 3KJ -
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U a deep yellow fancy straw resembling with shirts of white linen batiste or matter ..' .' i. tilt. II n I 0
-' : nomewhat a paint leaf fan In embroidered lawn. new life. ) CarsBuffet : ... ... .... I till" ilia j*
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r weave and shape. A bandeau lifts the Another belt is made of strands of ...._.. !: t 1111 Wp :3: '..
I frPw bat off the face and la covered withY black velvet ribbon boned and fitted .. r/latsI C. I
appetite, BuffetSleep _._.. : 11 *,I4il |
soft fold* of pale yellow tulle toward with the point coming upward. ; car Al, t 41 r -
the fate Inide the wide brim near A charming novelty t IC.. of soft OCffUy ; .. ._ ..e' flip J CR
You .. II' aJ:
Buffet _.. At ** p
the edge, Is a two Inch band of black taffeta, gatheml and booed with an with ?' + !. &t;!: J I/ .'

"' velvet. Covering. what would be a entre drug of IrUh crochet remedy. ._....r. .,.. t j' i'*"ilMpIM Tflp ,- )

-: crown, but In this Instance U more The 'child's summer dress Illustrated Draught { : _.. j in al! trtp 0 a puealk! aN Urge shaded Dijon U of blue and white .trfl* l'reUt-h. fiackac* ._.._ hon.!; jap

t"" roses and their foliate )Massed the percale. This material makes up Into 5c, II j :; U.ity "i r S s
the 1- ..
,f back.: here the bat rounds up abruptly the most useful morning frocks. The } !I i .tl.i .... ''

.! are more roses and loops of black skirt Ii gathered very foil about the Testa., I '

t:'. relvrt rib oa. Ibis model U very glrt- waist. Tb bodice has something of a ns.j 'M, ; j! : -;r .: : >''iMp -.. .
L : 165 .$
't.;" hh anti Upcoming.Tlw sailor effect and U CnUbed with a i -I J I it.

plvture shows oo* of the new collar of Englixb embroidery. It !arty .

', '. eat small tuatiat** toques from l* rl... up the front with fine white cord over : :::: :: : ". {'its;:jij.V'1'11U;: '

1.t.: It is of black neapoiltan straw with a small white pearl buttons.JL'DIC : j ; I _Oaty |. | OS* tarp
f.:(.;{ brim rom po+td of tea rw s placed as CHOLLET .Bh\C J'i ,.__ Ar .30.12"61 tt/M 1

r.- :-: Ckw together as jxxsibie. Tbe> .ospreyU Q..Ut ... Q..Ut .,_, _... L.frfys/tl3&lff" ; t telp j
:l:" .'ble. and stands gracefully upright Hard moaeles and .. .,. UMIMp trs5
s ;K strut.? body do not ) '* "i lltl *. OIIJoi' ''> ;
''b., ''fitS at one side of the fro&t. Many, of depend on \be quantity bad ton eat, ,._ ; & ./.' / 4 tip 3"
O.i: : Uw*< tOlIUM Lave bunches of galleyS bat on iu perfet-t d'iW& oo and proper I

=:, Ulktt instead of the oicey.JCOIO aifnilatk When you take Kodol Dyspepsia KILL :\ : COWEHldNS !T MUIl i

CnOLLl.'T.c.r. ; Cure your U'fCtm, gets all If* UD
; noarUhmeiitoolfcfsJl the 5.1 l you eat

1 .. 01ol ....... It digests w hat you rat rcgardta: of the tst P. 4 0. S. S. Ctsjy ftt .
conditioa o( the stomach and conveys the WITH

I- y: Wrttmorelaatl. }any May 5,' 1901Unim nutrient txoprftiet lo the blond and tit ( WEST. Of' Few. i t Cb. \'our'an. foes. Thisbaikhups&dftrrntrtliensthe
# Iiaimtrt Nnod an old sore AR the side otmy entire IY .u ro. Ko>kJ vnrw iDtI geatkw, New
4w,: chin that was snppiwrd! to tot a can ", dyfpvpeu, btclt.1linteoof stomach weak t.eUpM\e4_ is aerie saes&eh
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&Q} Tl,e sore wu stuKbont and would! I heart, etc. Kalol Dysj-rp1 Cure f>rwbatUsoraetimes ; wI .OaeMirlNaIW6b.
not tfli to treatment cued I trWJ Sao.a calVd Amerira's BSIiooal FOR
4, LiCltnW'.t, which did the work i. t disese.-dyrpe.a-is dctit to
oMee. My &*.+, Mrs >,f* ia J, tls .I ev,,,tually work a wondrrfo and Want .. Mf f'"tt brs c1l.... IfgCre.tge {
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! Alh.n'ie' MiA (let PL, I.u. 11) benefit toioft vn from this diatremegand I .uresit and Lortw ea }SIAm trvw! std, psi tare

and miA row that it ii a rarer mind hares stirg twlftit Oft. Said: t>y I THROAT ... a L 1rI, *a4 i uiwt.' tiara t
seisd twt t 3C'k1 hehe feud" Red rw-I Red Ons Pharmacy, Fie Gallia! rt-.,. i US, or "t.t>t.t. fro W etett.t tors *

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: '-' =; : : :.: .- fa'different znarke the wad of ag. directors wits anpresne; authority ,U4 = '

It30CT! GIGAL ricultural laborer*.' 'agricultural 'dIe. without obnl' clique or g5iaM Bears the "" .1.1I

> ae and thilr'. ftmcdte. qWktoswwwaln fact! DAt the tame time by prearrangement .. 4."' ,.. -
,.:&i'wihi ...,., Ttfirtai.boardof coropertttoa;'larortnc and Preaideot Alexander, First ITh ;:
; credit aDd alto leek'the approbation of Vice President Hyde and the' other ; Si Q1ll1ture'l tw
1>le; : ;tnuteea of the VJI1 Ole !I i iIsd
governments interested for a iseasw etlef offlcen tendered their retlgnaOona ;
!im-ff-t1 rof)1'*! *ppl',h a. decided. to. of protection Of the wmmoo interfts'of while'Hyde oid his ,Inherited' Prol13DsUottCbtt>fub :' _

;; .fi C ts J<<\ the offerof Andrew Carnegie to : tfrtcBlturtati and the bettersent controiUns stock Interest'to a group of pug C48ta1Ds neiIIfr of '-',

: ? lgraIabOoo toward.tbe erection of. of.tbe;:. eondltlon.A policy boWers headed by Thomas F,. 1IJGarral :
_"H' '" .a 1'1..'U4..._I.. OOT* ,Railroad .,....w.. Ryan rice prwMent of the Morton !tOT NAKCO'l'IC. jIJig "
error Varda- A speed::war between the New Tort Trmt company, to be placed in the '

man ot. Mississippi Central and Pennsylvania 'railroads hands of trustees with power to elect rr.atrowrst x ... 1 1p".l
k- who which Cw twentjjelgnt: directors on the original .
was WM, begun a week.or two aft Jr1.EOJJwrar ..
a member of the when ,the Central announced a nineteen 'Hyde plan of motuaUzatioa.Priw ,,='t.
F M ,to this action : ptombrentarr4ctors ...... F
board Hid many
.i : hour train a.enb"briWeeD 'ewtor' hid'retSped and the execuUT .J.. I n"
would rather :
and Chicago, bat alrtadytmolt.ed .
.-committee had been reorganiudoa ='W't"U, .
Iet..the wall
3 of in a new record for that dlstnnee. I
the state' nnl- Preparatory to potttnr- oa, after Jane a _

mitT and our 11. an eighteen bout train between Mist C*.tly PtocY .f Land U.

>,} college crumble Xew York sari Chicago the feansylranla : A new record price for.' real estate perfect Remedy for Constipation f fI i }

into dust 'and oa Jane 5 broke all records bj was agreed on last week when a lot ,Sour SgmschDiatrhata. !
.the buildings be. making the run in *!i teen boon three about 80' by 39 feet square oa the corner WonnsjCbnvukJonsJevenshres pt"

} ,.Governor Yardaman. nattered an4' minute This. was done by bating of Broadway and Wail street ad Loss OF SLEEP. f For Overt :-, ,

'.r",- -,:,,..,. =_-"0 thata.I'i" two special trains one from New York New York city, was sold by the 61U1- I j. ,

..[ ibtt should be built op and handsome to Mttsborg In fight hour fifty mbvBtes man estate to Lorenzo E. Anderson Tac Simile ifs nature 01 I CJt.

} \f'painted 'and furnlsbed'br this mono and the other from nttsbnrg to first< rice president of the Mercantile Years 0c

; eywbteh ,baa been coined from the Chicago in seven hours thirteen minute Trust company ef St Louis for $700- y Thirty :t!

't blood and'tear of the tolling masw.denwndtog ,. *. The adrertlaeinent of this new 000. ThU U about (X4 a square foot. NEW YORK.

'? r.r' the usury of, nelf respect, Pennsylvania service describes it u The sale was made subject to tare lease t-t1

I which we cannot afford to pay."' "the fastest long distance train In the of the bniUiEg on the premises to the t

'The Education of Convicts. world It Is to leave Twenty-third United Cigar Store company, which
does not expire until la11. 1M Therental CASTO RIA t
street, New York at 333 and
The New York state prison authorities : p. m.,'

fit., ,hare decided ,that the education of) reach Chicago t |i5 a. n*., thus permitting and taxes of this property la EXACT CO V OrWRAPKB. [s
amount to 133.000 a year It expected
U '::1Ia prisoners in state institutions shall "a.buslneas day in either city that when the leave expires a r _. .................. ..a'Olta InDO ,,VJt.
be turned over to the department of The Central II 073 miles and the '
h' ,
skyscraper will be erected at that : ,- :.:- .;. : .": .-
education, the prison schools being un- Pennsylvania ]. 800, In order to make
date the supervision of..the prison chap- the trip In seventeen boon on the Cen- point. The first recorded transfer of
:. this property, nearly 200 years ago,
Wn'wlth convict teachers as far as tral a train would have to run at the .. .. _. .. _.. . ... .
--------- ---- '-" -- --- -- --
shows that the price was about $5tklThe
possible. It Intended to make the rate of terenty-nre miles an hoar, not

'h attendance,.In tho prison schools com- counting stops, and the actual running erected present ISStt four story building was YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE

3 PU'IOr' )''for thOM convicts who.are notably time would bare to te atxty*even mUesaD
hour. The Central officials bare New York Life to DittribuU

--t Illiterate. deckled to cut the time of the Twentieth Heeding the demands of public opin, EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

Century Limited from twenty ion and the report of the Prick committee :

I EXECUTIVE I hour to eighteen hour after June 1& respecting' the abuses In the management t
of the Equitable Life Assurance Especially! regarding Fruit Oro.IOil TrnrkiflC InJ.
ih Coal Found In Panama.
!J1 society, the New York Life Insurance General Farming? If so. subscribe for lhe........... i E
: Iserua.In Monty 8to k. Yardmaster ( A. Cbubb of the Panama

Ellis IL Roberta, treasurer of the canal comiuUion has brought company began on June 6 makinga FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.
radical change in the conduct of Its
at'TOJ1E'ks to Washington samples of an Immense c
+ United States, in an addresa ,, business Order were tamed to offer :

Ban. said the grand total of money in coal deposit dlfovere In Panama, He a policy bated on the annual distribution FRICE 25 COTS rIm ANNUM.

D circulation in this country had adranced say* that the deposit 1* ten milt's. long,, of surplus Instead of the deferred ISSUED ONCE.. A MONTH. $AMI'LECoryFIIEI:.
mile wlJe and of
within five years from $ .om,. twenty-seven unknown dividend policy which has been so pop ADDRESS,
lie believe the coal t >
; 625,4 13 to 1z6';8ttxtor: at the rate depth ular for many years. For several
anthracite E. Y. BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI
Pennsylvania FLORIDA.
be superior to
rt& of over 1103,000,000) a year: Titus the mouths past the business of this and ,
this will add vastly t*
per capita ratio baa been carried up from If true, other life Insurance companies has had --- -.---.. -- .. ----_... .. '- -. .. -, ..
value of the canal tone a* a coalIng
$2d. S to 131.05. In this great increase the a marked falling off owing to the Cqui

the most significant feature lethe station table exposure The St'w'ork Ufe John Stetson University

addition of i8&GOnGO a. year to Beef Trust Put Up Price has also been put more upon a mutual 1 r

our gold stock. Mr Roberts said that A genera raise of a cent a pound for basis preventing any officer, em DE LAND, FLA

; notwithstanding the existing deficit the ail meat baa been ordered by the controlling plofee or agent from casting a pros

government could go on paying every powers In the meat business, tote for a policy h lJt>r. Affiliated With The University of Chicago

-_ obligation without stringency for two and this U reflected In the retail Annual Report of the P. R. R.
COLLEflt: or LIHKKAL AKT -The Maadardsary tbo of the r&ivmity (t'loi.a'i:
three market.
a Of yean. of the Pennsylvania
At the annual meeting -
Stero.a's gnuln te s iwive theirdegrere (rum U-lh btctern and !bingo t
f Postal Employees Warnsd..a railroad stockholders at Pitts- CXtLLEGK or L'\f- The postofflce department baa Issued I[ SCIENTIFIC I burg the report was submitted lot ertagth@ "it bout f i tuin siou.COUKOKorTI.CHNUUKJVMwh! ,

ga formal warning to all employees that operations of 1U"-".() miles of llnex mr&l, hi i|. Klwtrjral EBgiorcrinj Manual
association for political purposes, It shows grove earnings: of $3i.k"siuVand Praising course leading to drgrer Fine new tuiWiog, '*tly tqaiptut&t.

with a view to uecuriug privilege atthe Half Million Volta Harmless. net earning pf $10,347420. an increase COLLCOK ur BfhINE.v4mnkiBt in all iU bnbcbn. fl".khfriDr by tat mllod
tLe noted Elective nounnot n in other IVjArtoicnU. Large Faculty and csomnuxiina* building
bands of congress, will not to Professor: Elihu Tbonnion of yUC3! as compared with
l'ARTORV ACAl : "- ;t&du.IH |*rr( r.-d to enter ltarvard Vale, l"nll'd1l8 I
electrician by mean an apparatus UNO. The tonnage: has Increased C.Sper
tolt'rated.ttt'ntion U called to therecent ,
<'orurii Michigan, l'hk-.aCO and all Ant darn (\illttALMUUUL
addresa of Postmaster General which be has designed demonstrate cent and patsruger trafflc 4 ircent 'Nil J'KA.'I1Ji: !lClluOa-l Kindfrgirtfn in iuownbaildin. J. Primary

4 CorteJyou. when he said that organisations that he can let fWvolts of elctrlcal" The old board of directors was tad Grammar&:booi 10 i separate LuUdin,. This &-hooI C'JtYiall t>rrjrt Public t.JwW

f must have fur their object Improvements forces paw through his body without re-elected. Uarbrn.MfHtC.

:' in the service or must be the allghtefct! sign of physical dlscoia- Copper Truct'i First Report 8CIIUOL--\of ftOjOun.oo pipe organ, a dowo pianu! 1Qtltt bnildiag. large (acvlrytborwagb
c purely fraternal tort or danifer. There was a flash For the first time .lnce Its formation AKT !SCMM, -\tRatudq. Cttlyraatamakls tic.Sttteon .

A 900,000 Acre Prtierv from UU finger tip and great sparks in ISOu the Amalgamated Copper company bw a faculty of ft*or aocllhatrvrlon.n...., bold Atfrtt f rust tie tbiTtnily .

A new forest preserve! to t* known ftVw Into the air, lighting electrical BjpUfet whkh Mr. Lawson of Cbiraio. IIarvard Y ai., Itarttuodtb. OjlomtU, l'un'it III l'roii.rlrabu, Br j H
the Laisi'H Peak covering part of lamps held two feet from bU finger Hilton has been tilting 80 vigorously. Uawr Backbciuroivcmtyof Uk-kitan.. IVBbuunatuIotbrr fuitrmti.. There arc "ver
u Train made public au annual report on June Ouosu oo iD buildings and aipmrot;nrariy a quarter million dolts t u4u.want; see a...1f.
:'o the northern Sierra Nevada conga in Wire"* on Mevlnj M' library of over IKOO volumt; a brantiful t.haoel.ith nelly fumiaMolI'. OIKlOAraa ttmk etttast
'CiUfornlatvntatnlagtakl.lOttlactt' .hai The Chicago and Alton railway announced 3 at the u.fcttiiiK of lu 'hart: ol>l"r* In .iD
been set aside by order of President at Chicago on June 8 that all Jerry City loi report indicates a an been made for the more satisfactory status of the l'OW'.tanr' .\ iwitatalnjt. jtilf, rowing and other sports; srinrate buil hugs fur turn and woiuta; fit*
Its had
; RoohcvelL Alwut M per cent of arrangements sinceWu1 Urge U *t&tori f.r ('Cfcemtctry Ph,drn. Baderioitty, Uin.r..lo/y an-I (tad**?: ...-rn'
aJalrs than
area ta forest with 3,230.otH fit ot establjsbuitut of a wireless telegraph at any Urietuowom( ant bops tleitrw ligbU. If'dric l bells straw brat, nmrbt walk, hH
merchantable tinker About l:Seth)) system on all train running bvtwwnCfcioago A on of 11. H. Hujfer. of the faad;broad ateasrr. ,{..CIOM campus tbrabbrry sad trw;;wrist litrnry. taa.kul tttd other
3 beep and lOXattle have Ixvn and St. IxmU, and that this Standard 0.1 l"Umrl&Ul was recttl! to (tadf t4' tluU; Ur Ift-tllre oaanm' ; fbhstua tad not wUrUu tcM-iiicc. The IvralWa 1*
beautiful sad bralibfaL and the czproM are tow
The also recapitulates
the directorate.
; traced annually over this area, and would t* extended gradually to the entire report For catalog view. (olden aDd iofumutloa Jdre>* tie Prnidrnt.LIXiOLX .
there, That wireless telegraphy the difficult, of the man
allowed to
a they will be could M used was hown experimentally agvuitnt soon after the company wa.formed. : IIULLKY, A. )!., VI. I)., UrUnd, FU i

.at** to Head Army. by sending messages from .. It says that 12uJ men<< are -. ,"-.-..---.-. ,.-'- -. '-- ..
The war department Issued orders Chicago to the oflloers of the road employed in Uimtana awl reoeltA *.11.CXJJ .

Jane fl relieving Major General Batw traveling on a limited train running ,<.oo la wage This n-i-ort U regarded

from duty in conimsn*! of the northern from St Louia. WLUe this train wa a* Mr. Users' an.*er to the -g BABDARD.1'.S

ri- Ottiury division and directing him to running at fifty miles an htlUr m H- attack of Mr. La"' in.
f at Washing
report to the department were received from the general WAbash U Get the Buiinwu
I" ton This waa ordered In pite iteueral of the offlcv* at Chicago and replies seat b ck.Tbua l.kago Leers that the Wabash railroad :.. :'?: n..7..1 Y.

expected retirement of Major the train dii>atchr will be ableto has com to an unJ tauJing
a Greene and other members of the *taff. -FOI:-
reach any train on any part of W* with the suxl trust cfflren by virtueof
!Bate will be assigned to duty a* as-
time TU trains running of the I'itUbur d
division at any which one-quarter
Blatant chief of stag He will retire Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
close toi"" tber will be able to communicate steel tonnage will go to that ryitem.

; Aar. 18. with each other. Slav m... This report U coafirn by Vice i"rei Richmond Washington, Baltimore.

sages for pawwnger* will be bandied dent Ilt'boo of the Wabath. To this

I INDUSTRIAL I cummnvlaUy I: ru.1 tL* I'lUoa railway, l'OOt.rctlJI all Philadelphia New York,

Fastest Growing Walnut TreM. I the steel trust cow(>&w-... will U con .

the wizard of plant n 'ttni wUh.; tbv lifll lane: reTILI liar:
W.r+d Agricuitural Inatituta.i Luther Burbank TWO r.UH-\: NTTIAI\r..tILY
Cbud by the Goolot&
another arhve-
Delegates to the Internatlotal agrlcoituraj 1114 baa F.c.

1 conference at Rowe signed an meat of vast t'OU1mtrdal1wrtanl"t'-- E.err-.t: ; SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL
ta'bal Do.Ir
June 7 for the ettbllh- namely the crowing of different rarte- I J." ,
: International agricultural tin of walnut trees 110 to producethat :\ J. T. Ertr.of Iraiatilk Oa ,

$ treat InatUnte of ta with headquarter in the Ital- ona grow* with great rapidity.COMMERCIAL ia aj* keeps a UxUe of Chamb-rl .in', MODERN rULLM.IN ttlnrJ.ST: :
j|C\ t*% Cholera and rXarrbwa Reined alI
r lan capital Tber are to toe reprWfitatlrea *- Kind and ready for; haunt use Attacksof

-. from each country, having a I I ; colic, cholera uorbo and dianbirt ONLY LXNE l'

t'4 Bomber of Totee according ta tlwtmoont come on so tud i ny that there u ivi

contributed for tb* support of time to Kent a doctor, or go to the 'tore Opcrui Daily Tbroofh Sleepers from JackrjnriCe) New Or ,a.... .

,- 1M institute The representative of Morton H.a4.t Equitable I for rardki&e Mr. BarberM7, $: "I Liretrirl .
broom at list Laa len *e ChambaiaiB's Colic Choiera
assembly A new ,
K the powers an to form an For fall infcnn tioo and sleeper r.*tmt: nj rail on
btamtrrtid toauraac any
mnch Diarrbof .bkb isms gt
will elect a president. car*! for the BeueJy, ? 'U4 taU In torn will tie to cotoMoa. It baa beG placed U I i beet moJiODes I ever .... 1 keep a bet- write, to
4 Tilt work of the Institute COIKWcaWvatton the baada of Pan Uortoo., the rrtlrtcgMcrctaiT tie of it la BJ room aa I bare had*venl A. 0. MAC DOXEU* *. C. BO YL-TO.V, Jr., .1'
tody tad imbBsa statiatlca thaw attack of colic and it tarn prowdto lethe Aest. Gtwral Pa Agent, P
j and of me MTT. who wa* : I eBger ***@ >few Agent.
of animal verpiedssta "
k as tM board of test mitrin I ever wed.; SoW by
to. qrtp9d"'o. jea > M csalraan: of eM JACKSONVILLE FLA
elalla tb* commerce Bad Croat Pb& maq.rM .

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,.' ,::z W'f"f """ -. <'" lot* oo tb*::oe.:avenue,' understand 'hilral 'Busiiisssa
.,"."..::'-." ?""" win pulse nine of these Lott foe friends Bukhig
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",:.-Ui. yJt1..,." "" N'-. .' ', who it baUd cottages Bpoa them rooD. Largest and Oldest
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The Dew Duoglaa"arena$ will be;as attractive 1.L- Bank on the Kheiv ,
Jijat Wow__ take BeteL- -
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-' a*Barton aveoae.Mr. Exchange Bought and SoU on At
.: :: Mr!'and Mrs. J.X Hake see enjoying Fttrei"U Omnu tL

.;'Jt:. ,.a"; 'rill,., from. Mr,, Ib!?*;stater, MisaBoke.ofMtibcKiroe ,E..,J.. Tarpley. Mr. LockhartY ALL DAMAGE Patronage apprrdatat Prvtapt service

.. 1 i"ii 4 ;; J[" genial clerk, waa married oa Tuesday u covcml by a rood fire insurance com polite tmtmat tad every G.oreoasstestwiheoeaervsds.bsoktsggmsed.! : .
ef last week, 1ceUtb, to Miss Josephine The damage by fire, by water, by e -v
; Y ; Derrr.q arte& enjoTed s': fnaonlightiii.hb Smith, at her home In Fort Payne, Ala. smoke and by the firemen in their efforts CORESPONDENTS: -
'i1J Mr; Vo- to extinguish the flames., The man who Eapire Treat Cum Anal. X. Y. Florida -
will visit Mr
z cUactomobiie on Friday nythtlist. The young eoaple: ;Tarplejr'sold Bank A Trust Company.JakM>atiR ,FU.TITUSVILLE.
home af Dublin-Ga., and other
i:* /Mas Lewis. (Joyoer baa:.caase to re places and will arrive in Eockfedge in insurance has link to fear of fire. Itdoesn't FLORIDA.

; t member her affjorn by the 1M. in nursing about another two weeks Mr. Tarpleyhas worrv him night and day like the -. .... -- . .. .. ....- ,--. --'-'-' ,-- --- ,--
>: : 'sunboroa that the retulta 'of'ij'l' uninsured fellows..' If are the ;
tbe art you among
in Palm
rooms In
-, ". prepared cottage
"" > ;: tatter elute. get: oU of it at once. Let" .* PENNEY & BRANNING
; ;; ,ioB-protectioa. y % whjcb t boose bis bride. write and ,
t-eveS *- yon a policy on your property
iI W4 iftl'belts, oh, seddinj11WgrMt News !see how roach better you tJerp nights.
The Cocoa was ia error when it
,.; ;. joy tbdrinwrjr_ ringing tetfc We bear aid that "Mr. and Mrs. C.V.. Wiltifcnl MORGAN& WALTON, f TITUSVILLE,
that of Cocoa's gallants fill soon be
l ooe ..
: give a pleasant little bop at The Plaza on TITCSVIUK, Fiat 1. -

I .... ... .speeding say to the blue:ash country There ._._ ,
Monday night. were a fewfriecde --- <- -- -- -- -'- '-
J aDd that wbea he retarna be will not be '
? : sU that in for A Fearful FaU.
.a'it$ oreight, dropped Fashionable GlofUenGents'
;;*IOQLMieeaEiwTrivirandEvelynTnvis a call upon Mr. and Mrs. Wilhfcrd It is a fearful fate to have to endure the

oat for terrible torture of pile.. "I rau truthfully
they were a moonlightetroal After
% niece and daughter of CoU S. F. Travis say," writes Harry CX>l#>nof Ma*>nvill*,
an boar's convene the piano was Ia., "that for blind bleeding, itching aitd
left oo Wednesday for Virginia,the home opened and a little! music enjoyed. Mrs. protruding( piles, I1Ckt h"rnk'A :'alvelithe 11 and Furnishers

.of the former. bites..Evelyn will spend Wilson played. one walu and three tJr bel," cure uia-Us." Also best for .
the summer month with her uncle's cuts, and injuries.' 25c, at tied
: 'Ii ? bar of the party whirled aronnd the bane .. -- -
$ family ia the old Dominion state.Mr floor few time and Cross The the
-' dining room a that ., t. queen quality Shoe fur ladles U

', r aiL llibbs( shipped Mr. Charles wad the extent of the hop. The callers beach Saturday night and suawded in most stylbh and durable In the world. lu

>>: VtiHIe't automobile to him in llnnting- arrived about 8 o'clock and good nights '
taming a turtle with tbe aid of J. A. Gil addition we keep the famous Edwin Clapp Iud
tf Pa. Monday. It has been oo the said at 9-20
.: ion, on were p. m. bert. '
Crossett Shoes. All claw W
high goods (o
itatioa in charge
!.. platform at Rocktodge
; 5!: of Mr. tlibbt, awaiting tbe arrival of re- The I..tul.traply enacted last Sunday Mr. J. A. Gilbert has cleaned up the f Found) here. Manhattan Shirts, t:. & W. Collars -
-; stirred t''a community to deepest sympathy grounds about his handsome borne and
Tbat Stetson and Knox Hats
ff pain, lined Mr. depattore. ,
,: and caused: consternation when the will leave everything in Sue older before
'f. the reticle 1Ju'bowle4 along the boale- -
report came that Mrs. J. K. Rouse hail his departure for: the north.

: or yard consent.less not with Mr Hjbbt knowledge fatally shot herself that'morning.. Mr. Alex. Near, who has a contract for an AnJtbing and ererjlhioj else that

Rouse and little son had gone out into a artesian well at Stuart, flu his plant onodjcsun's

The camperby-the-wa returned from field for watermelons and when they returned marine railway this week for men wear Jon can bnj here
their eating ,Saturday reporting a fine
found her dead with two revolverwounds the of being overhauled.
time plenty of turtle and eggs Tile boy one in the aide and one In the purpose KilL OCR SPEdULT SOLICITED,
Mej jor II. L. Jordan is now plantingsweet
night butchered
turtle in
turned three one ,
temple sitting by the window with the ._ .. .. .
and 00.+ on his lot in
potatoes peas --- --
and toned the others again and
one revolver in her hand plainly showingthat
aw them depart into the briny deep and she had taken her own life. The Sooth Eau Gallic. The major was doing SAN MATEO CIGARSHave
of shells his own plowing. This U bonafide, a?
The shore dearth
dieappear waa
cause U a mystery save that she was in
v r tp the spoils aloof this _were meager, poor health. The coroner was summonedand his voice was recognised arguing with his Made

r bat the moonlight wu iaperb. They.. the verdict of suicide given. The horse.A .

touted reeled, refreshed Invigorated and funeral took place on Sunday afternoonat jolly party went over to the ocean Reputationof Their
anbomed. beach Saturday in the t.onchtirian, Own.
2 o'clock conducted by Rev. W. E
The \E. C. R'y company his parch- Hall and interment took place in COCOAcemetery. Frank Young at the engine. Mr. and The success of the San Mateo Cigaris

seed the property lately acquired by G. She leaves a husband and lit Mrs. Rcesch, Miss Koech, the )1iNt't! one of the greatest triumphsof

8. Hordes of Mien A. M.Wood, known u lie son 1t years of age and .-as. herself! Young and a number of children comprised the East Coast since the freeze.

Prospect House, just opposite Its DeW about of this pleasant outing.
21 years a#* The sympathy of
from the f'hoimt growths tobarro that the peninsula ol Florida and the
freight depot on King street and. will remove the entire community goes out to the bereft A jolly party went to the beach on Sat Island of Culm can produce, and with the rich, silky leaf ijro.n on East t

the bonding and prepare the family. urday turtle hunting Mr. Clay Chad. O*" {>UutatK', the cigar *wrap orU hu never produced better article.

d If'OQAdtlor freight traffic and approaches. Mr. J. J. White has received his coin kick kindly carried the party over in his For wale by all the leading hotels and clubs and by the Union Sn GJmll&Df ; .

I This gifts much better accommodation minion aa postmaster for Rock ledge post- fine schooner, Capt. Ivey in command. on every rain entering Florida.

i for patrons., The F. E. OL R', company office, vice J. L. Wilson, resigned. Mr. Among those ou board were Mrs. I. G. Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from. ,

sec gniiee the Importance of boat u a White will make an acceptable postmaster Gilbert, Mrs. Christian, the Magee Stella Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo Fla.

fe ? freight station.. and will give (its people the to the people, we are sure. Mr. White and Susie Minis of Bonaventure, Miner I .. '
deal po8I1D1e. Florence and Bessie Hod wn and a number
purchases the building and fixtures as -

We notice the "left 00&" of the reportof they lnd and..iII take charge on July of gentlemen. The party succeeded Alabastine Your Walls

the Cocoa correspondent concerning let, beginning of the fiscal year. On in turning a turtle during their stay on

the baseball lime wt eet. We did not retiring Mr. Wilson feels that he has the ocean beach.

{xr + witness the game ao suppose we moat done one good thing for Rockledtfe duringhis U Mad Cia.... ALABA8TINE prodncev eiquUitely beautiful ettwt.. ou walls and

}_ bare been greatly error u waa oar in administration and that is that hf health trtlings FU-y: t*+ apply, simply mar! with mid; waU-r. Bsttir than Lit.umlie .
Millions null in mad chaw after
a former, but when the.whole Cocoa con hu given the people a neat little office from one extreme of faddism to another, Pmt or Wall Paper. It i* not a Kaiuin! >, it i is a unitary,

tangent, from the "rooten" to the Indies, with date facilities, instead of the _11\.1, it they would only eat good food, diem'.rgerms p*'rmanent, cvowntamtiiig antverminnever: which' hardens orscaling.on the KaIJlUmlnu'lIll1'd walls I dto.tN1iDif

r gave tbe'aame verdict we supposed il little he found and thi and keep their bowels" Dr.King's .. Nate
cramped "coop" hut or t ,ld water x>o rub and off, tiht walls, tklthira& .1.1ith
1 ? mast ban been aomewhere near corred.TUuaville baa been done with great sacrifice to his New Life tills, their trouble and and furniture They contain glue, which daays and nourishes the
: has since challt oed Cocoa team would all pass away. Prompt relief deadly disea**. For talc! by
own personal strength and means and quick cure for liver and stomach trouble. germ :'L

for a game for one hundred dollars. The be retiree with the best kindly wishes to 25c. at Red Crass Pharmacy. Guaranteed J. COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. l'-
Cocoa hundred dollar it in hand. The
. all the patrons of the office and a returnof .
; x game will be played etrictiy) according top hearty thanks to all who lent him encouragement TKUflC. Dealers in Lumber and ButKler Material,

nice, no cutting off corner, no outside and help in any way daring A much needed shower fell Tuesday ,_-. .-- -. .. -. -- a-

I4 pl rUl, etc. This meant that Otis IVllicter his incainbancy, and bespeaks for Mr. .night. J. R. w.u.laR.: II. B. MACE. ..

a r the "I)rytona mascot"ia barred oat White the same kindly support and com I. Mr. Geo. F. Kiuey is spending a few JOHN R. WALKER & CO. ',:

by thei/own raiing.TM fort. days with his bmily.To ,

i parties, consisting of 35, enjoyed l a
..BaM*. Farad a Car for Dj.|> p.U. Titusville Fla., .
launch ride to the beach Saturday evining. fJ
Extreme hot weather U a great tax up Mrs. S. Lindsay, of Fort William. Ontario .
: oaths digestive power of tbie; w ton' : Canada who has suffered: quite a _
,4 puny and feeble they should be given a number of years from dyspepsia! and great A very pleasant evening was spent by : ; DRY GOODS
'y : few doers! ol WhUe'a Cream Vermifuge, pains in the stomach, was advbed by her the young pr"ple at In. Envy's Wednttday. l'
the chiUren'i tonic It will itimulate drogzist to take Chamberlain's Stouuxhani ,
: a' and facilitate the direction of their food, Liver Tablets. She did so sod says: Mr. IVmlirv'u and sinters, of :i itu .
ao that they anon become vtron?, heAlthy 1 find that they have done me a great :
and active. Sold by RU Croea Pharmacy drat of pood. I have never bad any suffering were visiting; fnends here Satur lay and CLOTHING

1 and Eau: Gailie l'bafDY.IUKKUmOE., since I began using them. If Sunday.The r V VGENTS'
troubled with dyKpt-pe'u or iudigtotion ,
dance Mr. Grant
given Friday
f .. why not take them tablet, get nell and by
ttty well For sale by Rid Cross Piiarnucy. .ft'hillC wsaadeei.Ial suet' "ss. .\ Urge
1 No aei vicea at chall OD last Sunday number wn present including \ l; ton FURNISHINGS ,1

F; evening. from Hrantley and R-ioelantL Rrfrr lfibents 1
ftUD ULttE.
)(rt. U. C. Salmon ha the thanks of of cake and cream were served.
.. scribe ia sof&e delicious cantaloupe*. Summer weather and showers the pmt :
ye eek. Mr. T. Mathew fell Saturday rrnrnin; SHOES
Mr. R V. iVragU* has maven hit fial- While goin from Mrs. Carter's to Mra.Cantpheli's .

lylato their new borne, the Manhattan Melon in quantttirs are now tho";ng he stepped on a (oaliD.-U(, ,
in the stores.Pineapples. !I1f'm.'h n [Ir..I"t"t"t came it ass found
grove property. the thigh b>>ne was broken very near the "
.t J. J. White' new cottage i* nearing are selling in our various hip joint. lie i i. resting tome better no* MILLINERY

.f i OittpleUon. it will be occapied by A, 11. places of buttiDt"M.Ir. than at first ,

': r Smith and IamU,. .. ) and Mrs Gilbert leave for (XWiaa.X. = .
Y. about the let STIR or Onto CITV or TOLKPO, J
The taJiet aid axiety met with Mra. proximo. Ll-C4 C*.CSTV. 1 M. :
W. El Halloa TharJy to work upoa Mrs. Henry t.. Hod oa leaves for funs: J. CHK5KY makes oath that be uj FURNITURE.t
the Wl k f < nu U*flk.ana of F.J.C'uustA
their bazaar gouda Otean, S. Y., about the Bret of Juy.! (u..doing tuuiaea ia the atj of Tulriiu.

t = 3lr. lUxiar, wboetf wife com Uu4 sues S. K. Watts t-.A.u1lJ oat to J, 1.. Maths costly rod date afureMsd.and that said firm
will pay tArn tan of OM Htadrtd JIiIJIl.u1e.6C1i tot ::: ; ;:;:: -_
= :
ride oo but Sunday, baa broken up hit en and will cW oat his business on the aDJ Beery cue of starry that can1Wl: t.e .
li bums here laW kfl on Thursday i>r drat of July. cored 1.1 theweof Hac'sCTlusefar nUSK J. .. We want your patronage. *:

x t- (h kdo.t F1& Messrs. lIodl\ ll. Watts tr< U.rh Swerve hflnre toe sad aWnbc io ajrpmracc.
f .this ilk da zl Du: mber. A U. ty< Our aim Is to please YOU. t I
acted in tie of >
{t t k A nambtfcf tree are pattieg larthoraagv a* appraisers matter C.Aiaesvorth .

bkmu, not ia any great 'lIW1 iltj, ioaolreot. {-J A, W. OLEASOX. New, Up-to-Date Goods in every
4 but eaougb W make a taste of late fruit Dr.Sarah C. Hod pua U baring the Xutary PuUZIiaU'sCaiarrh i
Line. .
Car U takes iBUnjJly, aad -*! ;
next wmoxr, groa&d about the West End Pharmacy '.
acU 4 rri'11,011 th bLwi and taaoMki tarfk- .- ,
Mite Hue SUIioj and Mrs. Wilma pb.ed and seeded do*a in fodder.Mrs. tU of IN IJttem. S,ed fir UdUoo&**. Mail orders receive prompt and 1
r.. i aang a clad at prayer meeting Wetness : Alberti&a Trrolfer Wft for Cti- F. J. CHENEY '* CO.ToledgOkbQ1Lf9TOIi2A. c .

Y v Jay entitle ";wet by Grace." Mb* ago thit week. Robert Mensrl at>.'cm. : careful attention. ;: t

!; JUlUoe Wilaoa pee ltl at tU organ. I! panicle Mrs. Trailer as fu as J&CiaJ M,1 tie Ye. hags lu Z J<:I"ijf

:1 Mrs a H, H bb. M.. Hawl Sunlit title.Meten. ct:; JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titosville Fla. ti
t! ,
ai AiUtae Wilsuo, tbroogh the kiad1 Smpson and Clyde visited the ,

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