The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Publication Date:


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).

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t' United States; while now--the exports Plans for Carnegie Library. MORGAN
i .. M D[ fROM .GRM[ Of CORN. LINDSAY & ,
: 1, amount to $8,000,000 a year, and the Montgomery, Ala., March .-The .
i < foreign products made of rice, wheat Carnegie Library association, after
'\ f,',j. ." Varied* >Articles ,of Commerce Debtors to i potato and sago starches cannot compete many vexatious delays, has at last Relia t Dealers in Reliable F FWe PURNITUREI '

:. 'I "r, :, the Tiny Kernel. even at home with American corn got its plans in shape to go ahead.

j. Special Correspondence ofThe Florida Star. glucose. The ,first bids were all rejected because
< The is that with the formation '
x : Emporla Kan., March 31.-It Is hardy they were some $20,000 above
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:' ,:j tweet FF ,-five years since the feasibility of the new company the tiny the limit of the funds!:!, $50,000. Phares have the largest and most select line of Furniture and Carpets, Mattinss and i
of the will find its useful
(t germ corn Coleman, the president, has just returned which enabk as to
of utilizing byproducts of corn was Shades in the city. Our goods are bought in large quantities,
t i ness increased many fold.LEONARD from New York, where he had
than city
lower prices any
"., considered by the world of commerce, BALDWIN.Fire get lower prices. Can positively sell you tetter"pood* at
architect the
the to so modify plans as *
:.,. but today the articles of trade in wdich to bring'the cost down to the limit. in this section.

,,. .;": corn plays a constituent part are many Damages Shoe Factory. '

;, and varied. The recent formation of a Gainesville, Ga., March .24-At an How's This? ,
. We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for M.Nk Carriages
; company in New York known as the early hour yesterday morning fire was Baby
: any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by
> ( Corn Products company marks the be- discovered in the shoe factory of In- H&ll's Cata rh Cure.F. '

man, Smith & Co. The fire department J.:CHENEY & CO., Props, Toledo, 0. t -\XD-
r h; responded promptly, and in an We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
t. ; hour had the flames put out, The dam Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him l
honorable in all business ? Go Carts.
perfectly transactions -
age amounts to about $20,000, fully and financially able to carry out any ob ..
covered by insurance ligations made by their firm. .
f Izz WEST&TBUAX, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo J7rt r=: -
: If troubled by a weak digestion, loss of WALDIXG, KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale t r., i in tock to sleet
appetite, or constipation, try a few dosesof Drugging, Toledo, 0. t Over 50 new designs R
Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver Tab- Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act. I= r from. '

lets. Every box warranted. For sale ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur *
by Wilson & Son.Freight faces of the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold L r Reclining Go Carts, rubber tired wheels
by all druggists. Testimonials free. and parasol, From $8.00 np.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
: Train Wrecked. Nice Carriages, upholstered in fine corduroys -

I : Mobile, March 24.-A northboundfast 1 NOTICE. i 1000. '

,, through freight on the Mobile Notice is hereby given that the following When you need Carriage or Go Cart,
w i, 1 and Ohio railroad was wrecked Saturday petition will be presented to the County Commissioners
I at their meeting on the first Tues- j1 o.718 write us, stating price, and we will leDJ l
night at Beaver
i Meadow, 25
i id
day in April, 1902: catalogue.
miles north of this
city. Twelve or I PETITION.To .

t were derailed and went the Honorable Board of County Commis- Solid Oak Bedroom Suits ......... .................. ........................ Sly 00

t' down an embankment. One man is sioners, Brevard County, Florida: Solid Oak Sideboard. Swell Front, French Mirror................... 15 00 ,

5 \ I, reported slightly hurt. Now comes T. V. Moore, Harry Jennings,C. Solid Oak Dining Table, 6 feet long......... .... ........................ 5 00
d i a T. McCarty and D E. Austin, a committee of
I''' I, \I !' the citizens and taxpayers of Road DistrictNo. Solid Oak Cane Seat Dining Chairs-Set ...... .......... ........... 5 00 r
The Thrust of
I'i I I I a 5, and present to your honorable board Beautiful Linen Shade, with Fringe.................... .............. .. 50

>, ; ;\ .: I I scarcely pains more in the agonizing abdomen than which the follow recurrent -- this petition voters signed residing by a and majority owning of the land registered in- Nice Matting, new figures, per yard............' ............. ............ 25 a

1\, '" I, the eating of improper food or too said road district, praying the levying of a $ See our ad. iu Savannah Press and News. f-<
I special tax of seven mills at the next annual
free indulgence in ice-water. The imme-
I meeting of your board for levying taxes; said HSBroughton St. West SAVANNAH"GA.
diate cause cf and colic is often ,
cramps tax to be levied upon the property of said dis
the distention of the bowels by gas. trict for the purpose of constructing good -, --
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Quick relief' follows the use of Perry roads iu said district. And we, the undersigned -
Davis' Painkiller. Careful housekeepersgive registered voters, residing i<< in and own E. L. BRADY & BRO.
it the place of honor in the family ing land in said district, whose names' appear i'
medicine chest. upon said petition, state to your honorable --
body that we, the said signers, desire the levy
ing of a special tax of seven mills for good GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We
.> -- -- Full Service Resumed Again. roads upon the property in said district as .

r Buffalo, N. Y., March 24.For the aforesaid.E. handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
i IN A KANSAS, CO 'FIELD. first time since Feb. 28, when two J. Shattuck, T. V. Moore, Harry Jennings, in the above lines of goods. and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us fir prices ee ,
C. T. McCarty, D. E. Austin Committee. Grain and all Groceries, delivered at. your station. E. I.. BRADY & BRO..TlTUSVIU-E FuuGEO.
ginning of a new era in the corn world, bridges on the main line between SIGNATURES WITNESS.. ,
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: si as it is now proposed to utilize the Wilkesbarre and Mauch Chunk were Thomas E. Richards, E. J. Shattuck.F. .

'' cereal in ways never dreamed of by the washed away by the floods which, occurred W.. B.F.Richards Wolfe, E E.J.J. Shattuck.Shattuck.S. . N. HATCH, : : : :

,' I i growers of a quarter of a century ago. at that time, the Lehigh Valley F Webb. E. J.Shattuck.IV. -- . ,- -- '

i "t' The new company Is really a big combination railroad today resumed its full W. Luce, E. J. Shattuck. Dealer in
J.T..Waters, E. J. Shattuck.C. --- General Merchandise
1,>''r capitalized at $80,000,000, passenger and freight schedule. ,
A. Robinson, E. J. Shattuck. ,
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.LJ' .with' C. H. Matthiessen at its head. : "------- -'- -- -
;. Harry Jennings, E. J. Shattuck. consisting of I'verythin :''
:;: The principal components of this lat A Doctor's Had Plight. E. J. Shattuck, Harry Jennings. usually kept in a ROCKLEDGE_ FLA.

;.;: est "community of interests" are the "Two years ago, as a result of a severe W. H. Harris, E. J. shattuck. P.1"'t."lasl' "r''nerp "torp?... -- '
E. D. Young, E. J. Shattuck.
y f : : National Starch company and the Glucose cold, I lost my voice," writes DrsM. L. Eo A Ireland, E. J. Shattuck.

f; j'i Sugar Refining company. The lat. Scarbrough, of Hebron, Ohio; "then be- W. I. Allen, E. J. Shattuck.J. :

,' 1., I ter corporation itself was organized on gan an obstinate: cough. Every remedy! W. Mosier, E. J. Shattuck. I -DRM OFFETT'SWT1

;:.1 ly four years ago and was really a big known to me as a practising physician fur) W. R. Hardee, E. J. Shattuck. -
35 years, failed, and I daily worse. G. E. Coon, E. J. Shatiuck.
\ i trust then, with a capital stock of $40- grew
J. L. Padg-, E. J. Shattuck. :
Being urged to Dr. : New Discovery
try King's -
.IT {! 000,000. The plants and factories con J. S. Keck, E. J. .haituek _
and colds
,; trolled by the new combination will John Sorensen:: E. J. Shattuck.P. .
I found quick relief, and for the last ten .
Fredricksen E. J. Shattuck.
extend from Nebraska City, Neb., to days have felt better than for two years." John L. Jensen,, E J. Shattuck.J. .
R ? Shadyside, N. J. That its operations Positivelyguaranteed for throat and lung C. liackus, E. J. SLatiuck. _'. ( TEETHING POWDERS) I

.will have a far/reaching effect on the troubles by J. B. Screven.. 50c. and$100. W. ('. Sn((.den. E. Jl Shatt'lek.IV. -Cure Chetera-Infantum. Diarrhoea.Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children of
\ corn industry can easily be understood Trial bottles free. D Edwards, .E. J.tshattuck. Any Age. ,Aid Digestion Regulate the Bowels, Strengthens the Child and MAKES
Geo A. Aicger, E. J. Miattuck. TEETHING EASY. Cures Eruptions and Sores Colic. Hives and Thrush. Remove
when it is stated that in one year alone A. E. Sieger, E. J. Shattuck.C I and prevents Worms. TEETHINA Counteracts and Overcomes the Effects of the
f r- the combination will use Tu.OOO.OOO; Temporary Restraining Order Issued. Ji. Prince E. J. ShattiukG. Summer's heat upon Teething Children and costs only 23 cents at Druggists' or
mall 25 cents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. St. Louis. Mo.
Chicago, March 24.-With the con
44 : bushels of corn. E. Dutten, E. J. Shattuck.D. .
. The Corn Products company will sent of the defendants Judge Gross. E Austin E. J. Shattuck.A. --
in the federal court issued jusiat'sou, E. J. :;hattul'k.ds Cuthbert Growers
utilize the shelled corn only. From cup today Sanguine.
D. Hanson, E. J. Shatiuck.
$= this the grain will find its way into the temporary restraining order asked G. C. Beck, E. J. Shattuck.C. Cuthbert, Ga., March 22.-lt is not ,

1, beer, corn oil, sugar, rubber, mucilage, for. by the interstate commerce commission Christensen, E. J. Shattu k. thought oy fruit men here that the j URINAThe"

t } gumdrops, wall paper, soap, ink, salad against six railways entering L. Christensen, E. J. Shattuck.J. fruit crop was materially
F. Bell, E. J. Shattuck.
> ( dressing, calico and many other ma Chicago. The order holds good until E. J. Traynor, E. J. Shattuck.E. the recent cold weather. sold i in

terials. The narrative of the evolution June 1 or until further orders 3.In the J. Pitts, E. J. Shattuck. .- -_ otfy

of the growing grain into these court. John Fransen, E. J. Shattuck.P. JUST ;zc:3: like this
:.'. i various articles is one of the most interesting E. Robinson, E. J. Shattuck. J
: Chronic Bronchitis Cured. SI. SogaarJ, E. J. Shattuck. )
i :: chapters in the history of the Peter Petersen, E. J. Shattuck. ONE
f J.'I progress of American industry. "For ten years I had chronic bronchitis. John Miller, E J. Shattuck.

d 'i In a kernel of corn there are four so bad that at times I could nct speak Wm. H. Tancre, E..1. Shattuck. WORD that i b Feed[ that .
above Elias Matter. E. J. Shattuck.W. >
',' ; a whisper, writes Mr. Joseph y
ti' parts-the hard outer covering, the
Coffman Montmorenci Ind. "I tried C. Rawlinson E. J. Shattuck.A. Tu.
I, hull or grain; the hard, flinty or gluten- all remedies, available, but, with no sue- N. Hoopnagle, E. J. Shattuck. ib \ ; .p styles up
I i, ous part the starch and lastly the M. C. Kreamer, E. J. Shattuck. t refers to Dr.Tutt's ]
cej-s. Fortunately my employer !suggested F.Olinstcad, E. J. Shattuck. I ;:{ !eei3 bills

I I little white point which extends that I try Foley's honey and Tar. Its J. G. May, E. J. Shattiu-k. MEANS ,' V.. ..''L. ,
; f through the tip and is called the germ. eflect was almost iriraeu'.oiis, and I am W. W. Carlton, E. J. Shattuck. E. a +
:' Of these the germ, about the size of now cured of the disease. On my recommendation Chas. S Moore, J.:. J. Shattuck. Are you constipated? ,!

t : :. a wheat kernel is the most interesting many people have used Fo C.T. McCarty, E. J. Shattuck.T. Troubled with Jndi :
'AFl I ;: and, when its weight is considered, the ley's Honey and Tar, and always with V.Moore, E. J. Shattuck.I. Sick Virtigo headache? ? I
1 .X E. Whitney, E. ,J. Sliattnrk.
i -.. _,\; most valuable. Its history is like that satisfaction. For sale by Wilson"& Son. N. C. Peterson, E. J. Hiattuck. Bilious? FRY'SJEEEDS
Xl' of the cottonseed, for only a few years C. F. Wolf. E. J. Shattuck. Insomnia? I

r :': ago it was looked upon as a nuisance, Academy of Science Formed. I:. D. Hoke E. J. Shattuck.L INY ndicate of these inaction symptoms of the LlVE -
4r < and the starch and glucose manufacturer Raleigh, March 25.-The North Carolina H. T'n-saint: E. J. Shattuck.
The Farmer
; Ed. F Glutsch, E. J. Shattuck.F. .
;- ii spent money to dispose of it. Academy of Science has been W. Miller, E. J. Shattuck. i
! id After the chemists discovered that the formed here. Its object is to encour- II J. Haney E. J. Shattuck.T. The Gardenerand
f 1": despised little contained oil original J. DeSteuben E. J. Shattuck. i
? .1: germ an age investigation particularly i
t, 1. if, worth more than any other constituent into native phenomenas. The officers STATE OK FLORIDA, \t.>.. Tutt's si siTaka The Housewife
',t ; i\\t-':: of Indian corn the waste ceased. Now are W. L. Poteat, of Wake Forest On this ;!:!nd day of )March A. 1).19x! !, per artrli." ,18111. a hit'I :, II I',,' !i, I I, ,

r the germs are put under hydraulic college, president; Gilbert Pearson, sunnily came before me, E. J. Shattu 'k. one than rue vier; ,.: i F.r-l: .
a t' pressure of something like two tons to vice of the committee who circulated the allure I everywhere i : al..IU. :'"
president Franklin Sherman
a d \ ; secretary petition, and having been by me first duly No I II D. M. FERRY CO. '
the square inch, and the oil is squeezedout and treasurer, and H. W. Wilson I .
sworn made oath that each and every name 1 Detroit MichH.
f of them. The little coats of fiber F. L. Stevens, J. L. Kesler, Tait and mark atlixed to the said petition was andis -- ",", -,I't7r;:., ; t J

,e ;E ( left becomes a basis of oilcake. and go Butler, H. H. Brimby, B. W. Kilgore the act and deed of the person purporting t
t; i -' back to the cattle. to sign the same,and that there was no fraud, ORANGE -_
and W. W. Ashe
: compose the executive bribery or deception in procuring such signatures I an'i
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Corn oil is color
golden trans.
... ; committee.A and marks: and that this affidavit is
:, : parent and so sweet and pure that it is made upon the own personal knowledge of We Have 'cn'-All ? A. HODGES

... I. often used as a substitute for olive oil. YALUA15LE :31: EDI CINE: the atliant. E. J. SHATTUCK. ,
Sworn to and subscribed before me W I Iiudd-d low 'in Sour
: i In the manufacture
.' corn For and Colds iu Children. fS Orange, R i< (,:nice
,; Coughs [L.S.I] the date above written g'i Satsuma Uiglllr i ,. 1'161.
', is said to be of .greater value than linseed ClI-S. H. IlACEY, K Trifuliatii.cks..
I I have not the slightest hesitancy in
; oil. The corn product is less readily Chamberlain's Cough Remedy recommending --, Notary Public State Fla. at Large. |: AIEO a Gilr ralli.9 cf !J Heater III tUft \fa'i iia -tun r- >f

'J. e ': oxidized than other vegetable oils, to all who are suffering from coughsor '/fr{ nl1ld(1. recant :>d' \\' riv [.
: i and white made from it remains TAX ASSKlsSOK'S: JiOTICE.
colds says Chas. M. Cramer, Esq., a S- l'cr illIiOll": It,)ie ,: l-JMB-IR,
I < white, while that made from linseed well known" watch-maker, of Colombo, I will be at the following places for the purpose I y Or\ AND..... CYI'HF '
i.Etrhibin: fcr Jbc ; :
.. 1 .ii oil may turn yellow when the air acts Ceylon. "It has been some two years of assessing taxes for the year 1902: (

f on it. since the city dispensary first called my Cocoa-Saturday. April 5th. t.'l1 -----.w-FREIGHT. Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

to Corn rubber has all the outward attention to this valuable medicine, aud I Georgiana; -Monday, April 7th. {'.\\I./I fK: 1V.1 J
.: have repeatedly used it and it has always Ban an-Tuesday. April 8th. 3
t :/ characteristics of India rubber even to THE GHPFiNG I h! OTH.h.i)
been beneficial. It has cured Merritt-Thursday, April 10th. Estimates f'urnistied: fur roni;>ietilUof i .
t 'r : me quicklyof 5 iS P. O.BOX53r o.
; .:: the odor. It is made from the precious all chest colds. It is especially effective City Point-FridaY\llrilllth. \\.lr.-,,,_, II",_'"... -#'." 10.--1 .......\ to b- delivered: i at a'lf point ot *i+h*
Titusville '-'r"'" -< Coaat.Hodgson.
corn oil, which is given a sulphur treat Monday, April 14th.-
and seldom takes
for children
i more '
ment and a baking, and the rubber is eWtdn'stlay.I'ril 16th. f
than bottle to them of hoarseness.
one cure Haulover-Friday. April !isth.
'1. ,. t I' 1 the,result. It costs about one-tenth the I have persuaded many to try this Canaveral-Tuesday. April 2d.J. : and ? Bros.

,. price of the genuine article and can be valuable medicine, and they are all as F. WOOTEN. ,

,_ I -r i used in nearly all classes of rubber pleased as myself over the results.: For -- --- ----- -- TRY

... goods. Corn rubber products resist oxidization sale by WilsOn & Son.Water Balsams from the :Northern Wood I EAU GALLIE, 1 INDIAN BIKER, FLA.

& and remain pliable, two most are in Pyny-Balsam,the certain cure for coughs. .

h., +, important points when one remembers In Fruit. I

Corn The percentage of water is SO in General Merchants

>t. i rubber, however, lacks the tensile elasticity plums and grapes, 82 in apples, 84 In CASTOR

:, \ of the Para article. pears, SO in oranges, 90 in lemons and FEED t.
For Infants and Children.
'\ '\ From cornstarch is evolved glucose, 05 in watermelons. DONKEY MO CHECKER* : SHIP

wt' pit ape sugar or dextrine, which is a c.A.9TORXA. _Jhe Kind You Have Always Bought BOARD OH AU SACKS, CHANDLERS.Special .

1, y, -s ham m 9r $}gte. Glucose and grape sugjjai facilities for
the Kind You ork.Signatere Repairing and Sto-
= { 1 sold ollreatest single derivativescoHJfwnCT. Bern tie Mr. caorerofre ,':l QSk ing Yachts and Launches.
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Li' 'IN STAID Non S SCOTIA. -.-'. whereto they 'hare been born 'stay on [pistol w re fired. The last, however,

in Nova Scotia and vegetate. A coat of though snapped several times, refused ,_ ::_-- - --. - :. ---,:- .---- -- - _. - - -. --: - -=. :- -: ..,-.::. :-- ::,.
narrowness and prejudice grows .to fire, and Mr. Thomas then start-
Where the Inhabitants Are Not Vexed by around them like a shell around an id to unbreach the weapon>'to remove

Modern Progr ll. oyster, and In that they abide. The women the defective cartridge. UIq.LqN.NUMNIWIIlNIMIf1M911Mlllq

. Special Corresponder ce of.The Florida Start card wool by hand and spin and It was then that it was discharged, inx i IIKIII

'Digby, N. S.,_March 25.-Perhaps the weave it into heavy cloth. md the bullet ok effect. In the lad's _
There is not a suffragist, uIzIu I UUIfl _
most: .and. ,the best one can say of Novel woman a body. (
" mental scientist, a Christian Scientistor _
" is that'it is the old time Acadie even a no breakfast faddist in all "A neighbor ran in with a bottle of ? +,, ,u,,,,, For Infants and Children.
of the
French. The true history of 'Aca the province. In Halifax there is a Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
die is somewhat like the history of rhoea Remedy when' my son was suffer-
a handful of Unlversalists, but of these
modern ing with severe 'cramps, and was given The Kind You Have
yet the
camp, not true blue Nova Scotian says with
quite. up as beyond hope by my regular physician
great satisfaction: who stands high in his profession.
oJ Before our American Revolution, "Don't believe in the bad place, hey After administering three doses of it, my ::'i: _
'\vhile the thirteen colonies were still Well, they'll find out some of these I son regained consciousness,and recovered ,. Bought

British, the English days." SUSAN PEPPER. entirely within twenty-four hours," Bays egefablePreparationfor
conquered this Mrs. Harry Haller, of Mt. Crawford, Va.
, land of Acadie. They say it was a Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates This remedy is for sale by Wilson & Son. similatinghQToodandRegutalillglhQ5tomac.'salldBoWetSOf-

beautiful land then. It may have been, and will not constipate like nearlyall Bears the

but I doubt it, unless salt marshes and other cough medicines. Refuse substitutes DEAL CLOSED. FOR NEW hOAD. I
For sale by Wilson & Son. t
old fogy ways are a delight. There

were French in the village of Grand NEW TENEMENT HOUSES. Montgomery Men In New York Per .- Signature

rre, also said to be beautiful but per- feet Street Railway Plans. Promotes DigestlonXheeifulness -

haps its beauty increased with the Contract Ut By the Anniston Knitting Montgomery, Ala., March 21.W.F. andSest.Contains neither of

lengthening perspective of time. At Mill Company. Vandiver and B. L. Holt, promi Opium.Morptune nor Mineral.

any rate, it is a shabby, forlorn enough Anniston, Ala., March 24.-A con nent and wealthy citizens who are in NOT NARCOTIC.

little hamlet now. tract has been awarded to Crim & New York, telegraph that they have u. "

These Grand Pre French, not accept Huston contractors, for the erectionof closed a deal for the construction of Rape afOldDrSWUELKTCBERPumpkin
six double tenement houses for the the new street railroad system in l
ing the fortune of war, refused with SaJ"
Anniston Knitting Mill Montgomery for which they procureda -
blind company to be AlxJtana*
stubboi.nness. to take the oath of
used as homes for the'operatives. charter and franchises a year ago. Jul4SJb- I
allegiance to England. A pronuncia- AninSetd.hfftrnaat. n
The capacity of one of the large The telegram states that they have -
mento was issued to them ordering furnaces at Ironton owned by the sold the bonds, bought the rails and Bi tm tnd.tJ .
them all to appear in the Grand Pre worK 116m!IwI-
Alabama 'Consolidated Iron and Coal will begin at once. Gorifitd AioAperfect

church on such a day and hear a proc- company, has been enlarged and the It is said here that Emerson, Mc.' fl- 1 Use

; lamatlon. They obeyed. So soon as furnaces of the company at that placeare Millan & Co., of New York, are behind Remedy for Constipation

they were In the building the doors now turning. out more iron than the enterprise, and the same parties Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca.

, were locked, and it was guarded. Every has ever been turned out before. Besides have made repeated efforts to' purr 'VormsConvulsi ns.feverish- -

, soul that came was let in. but none the repairs on the furnace which chase the system already in operation ness and Loss OF SLEEP. F 0 L 0 ver
'. : and which has been held at
, have over
ever got out a free Frenchman again. just been completed the companyIs ..
. making a number of improvementsin half a million dollars.W4SP facsimile Signature of =
Ships. lay waiting in Mlnas basin, near
:t' t by. To these the poor wretches were and around the town. Z1f/ ; Thirty Years

driven in helter skelter ,
gangs as they A Nearly Fatal Runaway AiSIS NEW YORK. _
" happened to come. Few mothers were
Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J.
,;(;., with their children, few husbands with B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill., which defied Are not much in evidence among American -, 0 '
: their wives. They were crowded upon doctors and all remedies for four women. The women of America i -f

l:. the ships regardless of relationship years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve ire workers, and a weak waist handicapsa T' J

l i c and members of many families never cured him. Just as good for boils, burns, worker. But woman 'has a greater

saw one another again in this life. bruises, cub, corns, scalds, skin eruptionsand handicap than a EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. RTHE
Come: wore taken to Virginia, some to piles. 25c.; at J. B. Screven's drug ,V tI" weak waist. She

other English colonies; it did not mlti stoic. may have a per CENTAVR COMPANY. MW VON CITY. .
i -' .- fect form, beauti '"'.}:': '...!.'.::__:I U.!!''_ i ; 'I.M:! #i .w:3" !JIiJi ,
ter where-anywhere to get them
TYSON FOR GOVERNORSHIP.He fiYJi.ful and strong in
: where they could make no trouble.
./ all its lines, and
And from that day to this a spell of fi be weak because
Is yet ------ --- --- --- -
Urged to Run, but Rejects the
silence and backwardness has seemed her strength
to rest on the land. Idea. { is undermined by

Its name was changed from Acadie Montgomery Ala., March 25.-In diseases peculiarto The Seaboard Air-Line Railway

to Nova Scotia. Stiff English and their search for a candidate for governor her sex.

Scotch came in and settled it. Except the opposition to Governor I There is no room for argument as to ?
around Halifax, there is now scarcely Jelks has been holding out allurements : the weakening effect of these diseases. OAPITAL CITY ROUTE.
to Judge John R. Tyson, of the There is also no room for argument as
I n trace of the French blood which flowed Favorite
in the veins of the original settlors. supreme court. It has leaked out that to the power to of cure Dr.them.Pierce's It regulatesthe The Shortest Route. The Best Line.
There are negroes, descendants of runaway he had not only been discussed, but penods, stops unhealthy drains, heals
skives; there are Irish in plentyin approached on the subject. x inflammation and ulceration, and cures DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE

the towns; there are even rural German Hon. Luke Williams of Elmore re female weakness. It is a purely veget-
settlements where for more than ported that in his county it was com- able preparation, and cannot disagree Including Sundays.TO .

a century the tongue of the fatherlandhas monly understood he was to be with the weakest constitution. There is S

been spoken, but not French, not brought out in a few days. no alcohol in "Favorite Prescription," Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
French. To the reporters who interviewedhim and it is entirely free from opium, ,
cocaine and all narcotics.
The few Indians that remain are dying the judge intimated that he had Sick women suffering from chronic Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
rapidly of consumption. They never been informed of the reports, but de- forms of female diseases are invited to

in the least adopted the ways of civilization clared he had emph tically rejectedthe consult Dr. Pierce by letter fne, andso Philadelphia. New York, .

: except to put on civilization's idea, and would not further consider obtain the invaluable advice of a spe-
,S cutoff clothing when they cane it any overtures. cialist in the diseases of women. All Through Pullman: : Tlcepors.
correspondence strictly private and sacredly -
Foley's' Kidney Cure makes kidneys confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto

and bladder right. Don't delay taking.For Pierce, Buffalo, X. Y. New Orleans.
sale by Wilson & Son. words cannot tell how grateful; I am for your For further information, write
kind advice ,and good ,medicines Northumberland" writes Mrs.Co., E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent. A. O. MAcDOXELL.. Asst.. Grn. Pass. Agent;
Cooke Hastings
Jacksonville. Fla
Ontario. "I had been in poor health for lour \
years back, and this spring got so bad I could JAS. M. BARR, Vice-President and General Manager Port-mouth. Va

Former Tax Collector at Montgomery not do mv worV I went to the doctor and he ___ _ u ____ ___ _ __ _____ _.
.n1)) 1 .4 said I hid uk,ratio" and tailing of the internal --
c. Creates Sensation. organs, ,but I thought I would try jour 'Favorite
1 t Montgomery, Ala., March 24.-B. J. the'Prescription.Golden Medical< Di Cll'erand one vial IF YOU WANT

1. Armistead, former tax collector of this of say Dr.that Pierce's I never Pleasant felt belter 1'.!.rts in:and my life.I can I safely have 'Ii UMp1i Ab

county ami at one time one of the spoken will of:your medicines whereier I have .' KENTUCKY jtWIllSHET
-- ---- -----
'\\i) i 1 wealthiest men in Alabama this morn been."
i ing shot and killed Mary Hansen a ne- Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets keep the A House Paint, that will
assist the action of
; j gres.5. and then committed suicide. liver Favorite healthy.Prescription"They when a laxativeis wear and look well, use
The tragedy occurred in a house on
Tallapoosa street and created a sensation Pitkin's
- -- ------- ---
owing to the prominence of Mr. FOP Gentlemen
who cherub

WI4 iw&iFy \ Armistead.He one time the wealthiestman Ready-Mixed I QuaJifr.

in the state, but suffered reversesin

; speculation. He was connected Guaranteed I
with several of the wealthiest and

most influential families in the state Premium I

and had twice been elected tax col *?>;; Sold by 1... .1. M>"LKY, U. i.. MOTI.OUTltiiMilIe. .

lector. It is believed Mr. Armisteadwas 1't.4 Paint. Florida.

temporarily insane, as he had I

. SG been drinking heavily of late. HOU5EV40RK None better made: guaVan-
t1l v' KIDNEY
Il The Great Dismal Swamp Too much housework wrecks wo- teed for five "vear<. DISEASESare

i is of men's nerves. And the constantcare
Of Virginia a breeding ground malaria -
) -- --- - ---
germs. So is low, wet or marshy of children, day and night, is --- -- the most fatal! of all dis

\ ground' everywhere. These germs cause often too trying: for even a strong
i-' weakness, chills and fever, aches in the woman. A haggard face tells the Pitkin's I i Barn Paint eases.
bones and muscles?and may induce dangeions 1
of the overworked housewifeand I
F" i: maladies. But Electric Bitters story CfllCV'O' KIDNEY CURE 1stlULLl ,

TilE SQUAW HCGOAU. never fail to tll':4rothem and cure mala- mother. Deranged menses, Is a standard coating for barn : 0 Guaranteed Remedy
le. live in the rial troubles. They will surely prevent Icucorrhiea and falling of the
from white? i>i-t>i> They
in board andjsprwo typhoid. "1Vc tried many remedies tor womb result from overwork. and roof work; will outlast any I

woods. brush as squatters: luniks, and they make malaria and stomach and liver troubles," Every housewife needs: a remedyto other barn paint on the marI I or money refunded. Contains
John Charleston of O
writes : Byesville, ,
baskets and rustic seats, which they "but never found anything as good a* regulate her menses and to ket. Do not accept a sutati- remedies recognized by emi-

sell to white folk. They peddle these Electric Hitters. Try them. Only 50.-. j keep her sensitive female organsin tute. A building of any kind, nent physicians as the best for .
from house to hilusI'Ch'r u squaw J. B. bcreven guarantees satisfaction perfect condition.
has iiiiule a sale of her basket and well painted, will last two or Kidney and Bladder troubles.

, gl.t the money for it she Ill'gluun the SHOT Btiis GRANDFATHER.Little t s q Of f' 1W \ " three times a:?; long as one left PRICE 50c. and $1.00.t.aa.d. .
1 id's rs, rf I
IIIlstrt's1ll.t' this in an iiuleBcrikiMy d u
Louse :
to the of the elements.
drawling! whining voice: : Eddie Gibbes, of Savannah, Is is this for thousands of mercy t;:" f'e'. : d 1\ t' \ ,.
I, I. Give Wounded. doing ..._. .;:.:.. ::. !'.. _, ;,. __ tI J.J;
f "1 lil(' aunae tI'a. lot: any Hour American women to-day. It cured COLOR CARDS ON APPLICATION. tho- tei1.-- ']Ivf:) n thu vterld.
me home old clothes.. Let me have n Savannah Ga.. March 24.-Little 10- Mrs. Jones and that is why the

little uu',tt." old Eddie Gibbes. the only son ofMr.
writes this frank letter:
They I \vo lI'1! beg you out of house and and Mrs. Charles H. Gilibes, of Geo W Pitkin i Co
lUIIIH' If they could. They could earn PURINAFeed.
Savannah was accidentally shot by Gien-k-ane Ky., Feb.10, 1301. ,
home sort of a living from the soil it I am FO" glad that your Wine of Carduiis
but ure too lazy and his grandfather. E. .J. Thomas, county helping tnt>. I ani feting; better thanI
t they would, they CHICAGO and KANSAS CI Y1A1fMINISTR.tT01t'S
morning. Mr have felt for years. I am doing my
thriftless. They are, of course, very surveyor, yesterday own work without any help, and: I A DONKEY \

a dirty. By the way, almost the only Thomas is almost frantic over the accident , I tired.washed That last weeK shows and that was the not Wine one bit is NOTICE 1I ON

trace of the old French regime is found which bids fair to be followed I doing me good. I am gttting fleshier I AIg EVERY ,..
p In the fact that these degenerate Indians Ly the death of the boy. than I ever was before, and sleep good Notice is ben5iy given to all concerned SACK. ....
h and eat hearty. Before I began turing that six onths from date I will present u v i 1. .
the Human Catholic faith, droveto I fardui, I used to h.1to lay titi
profess The grandfather and the boy V.te of final aeroi.nts and apply to the Hlln.-\). y *i
bu'tI1l ,
little Influence on them.A ; d, \\p foe or six times every day, v KEEPSMULES ,. "
has "
though of the former judge of Brevard oiuity
the country: pl\( ? >W 1 do not think of lying:down through Penney, ci-unty -
to the white people of Nova Scotia several miles from the city. An oldpirtol I the dl.). MRS. 131csaaDJOaEs. Florida for my discharge as ex-otticio admin UP rv1 t "

the ambitious young ones all get was found in the hom.e u'i- I: 81.00 AT DRKiUlSTS.for ; trbvela of the' 'toullty'estate of. Joseph Peters: late AND s FEp / ,., I "
roof ( '
a way*BO soon as they are old enough the two decided that it would W 5' 1V' ,d lc. snd Utertturt, addrrtt.. priorumi."lb county information If' J. P. BROWK, BILLS J )6dr -si.d
does them credit, UJw 'Aep niTDr further 1. ,, of Estate of Joseph
with swiftness: that to take it outside! and tire It oV. .3y U; .Lfibiuo ui. Med
I mostly to the States, many to Hritlsh Th '>- "futiaSalvts tt U: h.;n JV Roselaall..iUle.1 Florar....; 'r- '.,W r ess I: the'I tip C.'111 j'L ,.... :1 TRY.. tTlrt. .
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-4 :,' 8' THE FLORIDA StAR : FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1902.f .

i J"s -; r:It'--', .' ,. -" -L ' .. ," .
I f ; .i:: {: COCOA: BUSINESS DIRECTORY The admiral Appeared when 'he' train 'Miss Eliza Stickner and Mr. J. A. Gilbert .
.....' ,,'.'.
I :' '- ; W. L.HUGHLETT, M. D., L.T.DANIEL, stopped, and shook the outstretched of Eau Gallie,and the Misses Miday,
;.-;> i: (.; s-i',?_ '. : D. D.: 8.-Office* over The Indian Rivet bands of all the little ones he could reach of Canton, Ohio, were among those who Out
: .' ,"t.:. ': Drag Co'sstorestheleading DrugestabishnientoftheIndian within the time allowed_ him by the rail- soIkindly rendered :Sweet music at the 'Tired

I I Ii$..' !4 ;'J'.,;- river country.,= road official?three minutes; and many guild entertainment last Monday. :; .
.:i :< WILLIAM .HINDLE-:Undertaker and Embalmer -, a little heart beat faster for the cordial .
I s t.. z : ::: + ,Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies 1 gras]} of that kindly hand, and in the Mr. Emil \Iackworth, sister nd niece,
I ;5>:' .,. ,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairingof long years to come each little one will re- l lift last week for their home in Buffalo, I was very poorly and could
r. _.' Steam Every Cooker.Description. Agent for Beveridge member the day distinctly, aboVe other Baking Powder N. Y., after spending many pleasant hardly get about the house. I I medAVer's was
}f ., time. Then
{ !' tired all the
weeks at Hotel Carleton. Miss Mack- out
l L ., '," .',". days, when they and their children and and it only
H.' : Sarsaparilla,
:. -- FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty their children's children will be stndyirg worth will spend a few weeks with her feel
make me
I T:. years experience; all kind of repairing the history of this country of ours, friend, Miss Eliza Lee, at Melbourne look two bottles to S. Swin-
great N.
I done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men'sshoes Makes the bread perfectly well.-Mrs.
! } .; made to order. how Admiral Dewey' in command of the I healthful. ney, Princeton, Mo.
"hr ; 3-.' 60 TO.L.M. SANDERS, The"Old Reliable American fleet; sank the Spanish fleet in more Mrs. Skinner, of Ypsilanti, Mich., who fB* "* .
& Store for good, fresh and reliable goods the bay of Manila, without the loss of a I came here for rest and'health over vear Tired when you go to
: .: such Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, single board his They will left Carolina
Ii ; &I Dry man on ships. i the food on Wednesday for North
.'' .\ '. Hats,Trunks and a full line of Grdceries. proudly say, "Yes, I saw him, and he Safeguards to visit relatives. She has enjoyed bed, tired when you get

1 <.\ .- r JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. took my hand in his," and the scene will alum her stay in Melbourne, and leaves a number tired all the time.
r: '.' Pleasant location facing the river on river come vividly before them, and say that i against I of friends here who are glad to know Why ? Your blood is impure -
x front. Rates$2.00 per day;special terms by he said, too, he was "very glad to meet I she has improved so much by her slay: in
month.MELBOURNE that's the reason.
the week '
< the school children.". Alum baking powders are the greatest Florida. ,
: 1; BUSINESS DIRECTORY. mmacers to health of the present day.ROYAL You are living on the
The launch Genesee, of Hobe sound,
'_ '' ,MELBOURNE STATE BANK,MELBOURNE ROCKLEDGE. border line of nerve ex-
with Mr. Fred Yates and his
C.11. Horton, I BAKING POWER CO. New YORK. owner,
{ FLA.-F. H. Fee, president;
t: .' cashier. Every courtesy extended consistent '"'" :Many pranks were played on All Fools'day. brother, :Mr. Russell Yates, of Rochester, haustion. Take Ayer's

Fr : with conservative banking. Mrs. Jules Dardonville continues in New York, and Capt. Alex. J. Gi ode were Sarsaparilla and be ,

. 3" .. ECZEMA. REMEDY. Mr. W. Y. Rhodes left on Tuesday for abut the same condition, perhaps trifle in Melbourne for a few days lateiy. By'WAVE quickly cured.S1.M ;kouk.Aik .
of. '""j. .; his home in Ohio. better. Her family are all here. Just as
' t DANVILLE, PA., Jan. 7th, 1902.
iv soon as flhe can be moved Mr. Dardon H. :
The Plaza closed after dinner on Tues- doctor what tie thinks of Ajtr'tSanapsrilla.
:t.-! The Hancock Liquid. Sulphur Co., 1st after successful ville will remove her to their northern He know all about thU prand
day, April a'ery medicine. Follww his advice dad
; v' Md.Gentlemen . season. home in hopes that the change will be REAL ESTATE, AND INSURANCE, old we will family bd.dse.
'.::/ .. : I have had aa aggravated for the better. J.C.AT"Co.,Lowell MM. 4
,i"f : I- t:, ease of eczema'foro\'ertwenty-fi\. Mr. G. X. Hatch is off on a hunting LOANS AND COLLECTIONS,
?: My hands were unsightly a greatj>art of trip, with. a party, to the Lake Winder Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman Allan, of Rich- TITUSVILLE, FLA.
: -. : that long period. I have'used seven fifty- region. mond, who have been guests at The Plaza
i' cent. bottles, and one jar of your Sulphur .all winter, and who are loathe to leave invitation of Mr. Yates the following
f-F. Ointment,and now I feel as though I had Mrs.' Win. Merwin and Mrs. Mary Gil- Rockledge, have taken np their abode at GEORGE M. ROBBINS, party of young folks enjoyed a launch

fi;'3 a brand new pair of hands. :My case has lett returned on Monday from their visitto White's cottage Mr. Allan is one of the ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, rid last Saturday evening: The Mires
:/ been such an aggravated one;it-has cured relatives at Eden. luckiest of fishermen, having landed some Annie and Jessie Good, Helen and Ida
t. me, and I am certain it will cure anyone Mr. Joe Middleby, a prominent guestof extra large fish this year.A Will practice in State and United States Powell, Mosel Williams, Messrs. Claude
Liquid Sulphur ac-
if using Courts.Office
persist in
;. = eording they to directions. BUTLER EDGAR. the New Rockledge, has gone to his large crowd gathered at the depot to at Titusville. florida. Beaujean and S. A. Martin.

_. .
home in New York.
------- --- -- - --
welcome Admiral Sat- -
'- give to Dewey on
t Mr. R. H. Patterson left Monday for urday. The admiral kindly descended
? : , INDIAN I RIVER RIPPLES. I Grapeland,Texas, on a visit to his daughter from the train to the platform and shook ,

Mrs. J. R. Dickson. hands with as many as time would per

:;; n. Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefsat )Ir. and Mrs. C. W. Blakeslee and mit. He was presented with orange blos- Photo Stock House.
and in .
soms roses profusion.The
at Towns Along the Coast. daughter, Miss Phoebe, left Tuesday for

their home in New Haven, Conn. New Rockledge, after a most successful .
COCOA. daks C amerces:
closes 10th. The
season, on the ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. G. Leed and Miss
The school term is nearing its'nd. orchestra left yesterday. It is hoped this
Doherty left for their home in grid Supp11es of -A.11 minds
Postmaster Schoonmaker is busy with, Glenbrook, Conn., last Wednesday.Mrs. same orchestra will return next winter, as
For Amateur Professional Developing and Printing,
they have made many friends while .hereby
Ms numerous quarterly reports. R. R. Breck mother of) rs.E. A.
their T 9*Mail
gentlemanly personal qualities as Orders carefully handled.
a' Mr. Theis has so far recovered from his. Chatfield, left yesterday for her Connec- well as by their excellent music.
recent illness as to be able to return to ticut home. Mrs. Chatfield will remain The H. & W. B DREW COMPANY.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Averill and
A. Mrs.
# .. his home and family at Nyack, N. Y. until next month.
. '..f.. .. George Watts Pettee, who have been Jaoksonv111o, Fla.Jas .
! \ Miss Gussie Fisher, who has been visiting Mr. C. H. Hibbs is to have charge of spending the winter at the former's de- -- ---- -- -

. her friend Miss Nonie Lapham, has the Hotel Indian River and grounds lightful cottage home, in South Rock-
-- returned to her northern home at May again the coming summer. No better ledge: left last week for their Western Pritchard & Son

\ lion, Ohio. man could be found for the place. homes. The 'ortner goes to Madison, -

': Mr. and I rs. C. A. Loud left on last Mr. 0. F. Cutler and interesting family Wisconsin, and the latter to Chicago.Rev. Headquarters .

:1 : Friday for their home in New Hampshire, left on Saturday for their home at West- : Henry Hopkins, D. D., and wife, for . . .
.: i Hopping in Titusville a few days en route, Chester, Ohio. They stopped for a day or took a trip down to Lotus to visit their

./.' .: for a visit with friends. two with Mrs. R F. Hatch, at Daytona. friends, the :Merrills; last week. The HARDWARE

: \ The yacht Seminole has returned to her Miss Ruth Hardee is preparing to accompany doctor caught many large fish, among

I' ; home port, Capt. F. A. Cooper master. her sister, Mrs. G. W. JSkelley, them a shark. The genial president of ,

She has done a good business this winter, to her Wisconsin home, where the: will Williams college will have some fine fish .Tinware
!e' .. Crockery Stoves..
4 >and the owners are happy. spend the summer. They expect to go stories to tell his "boys" when he gets .

;-1.1 I \ St. Marks church will have services in about three weeks. bai-k. They left for New York on Mon- Boat .Goods, Paints Oils,

.( .f" only twice a month,on the first and third Mr. 0. Currier is preparing to enlargehis diy.Mr. andVVOODENvT

J .. Sundays. Archdeacon Brown will ofljui- packing house, as he has found it inadequate and Mrs. O. F. Carter, who have AR.E.
: ate as usual on these dates. to his needs the past shippingseason spent the past season here, left last week
,I and the prospect for anotheryear's for a few day's visit at Hastings, en route \Viiteforprices.TITUSVILLE .
I Mrs. J. B. Cutler who has been visiting -
is for their home in Ohio. Mr. Carter is FLORIDA.
; (' her friend Mrs. S. F. Travis, left on output very promising. treasurer of Loraine county, and has to -
Thursday of last week for her home in Dr. and Mrs. C. McFarland, promi- return to gather in the sheckels for the Box 212.
Gainesville. :Mrs. Cutler has many friendsin nent Buckeyes, stopping at the NewRockledge taxes. Mrs. Carter is sister ot -- - --
LL L L spring JAMES PRITCHARD. President. W.M. BROWN rice-Preeadant. C. S. SCHOYLEH,
H Cocoa. left last weeK homewardbound Mrs. Rossiter, the photographer's wife.

- a Last Saturday afternoon Miss Ellen to Uhlricksville, Ohio. They stopped They made many friends while here.
+ on their way at St. Augustine. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.
Travis entertained a few "of her friends at Rev. John A. Hughes will preach his,
I an Easter egg hunt. They had a delightful Mrs. Hogan, of Artesia, was over a few farewell sermon on nextiSunday morn
time, and enjoyed searching for the days last week to visit with her sisters, ing at the Rockledge chapel. The people County Depository.
i ts,_ Mrs. James Miss ..
bright "rabbit Gerry, ShefHer, of ---
eggs. are very sorry that his work here i is; Authorized Capital,$100,000. J
Island N. Y. and :Mrs.
f: Mrs. S. F. Travis furnished a large -, through. When arrived on last Satur Paid Capital, S 25,000.t: I
: of St. Louis It up
Mo. '" :
was quite a family
a. quantity of beautiful flowers from her day he was handed five dollars more,, ,
reunion in the south. Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS i f
which had been added
flower decorations the
Bonaventure place for the to purse con ;
at St. Marks on Easter Sunday. The We understand there is to be much tributed the week before. He was entertained A J

services were well attended. improvement in Rockledge during the at White's cottage during his stay -
coming The demand for last week. General Banking Business.Largest ; j
I Mr. M. 0. Thomas, prescription clerk summer. lodgings i
at Indian River Drug store and Rockledge and cottages far exceeded the supply HeIr.. Norcross: of Carlisle: Penn., and MilestHank ty, i i.
pharmacy, has gone to Braulentown, the past season: and steps are to be takento filled the pulpit on last Sunday morning
r. where he has accepted a similar position. meet it next season at the Rockledge: chapel. He took his: on the Hiver. !

Marvin has two aunts there, who will Mr. G. S. Hardee shipped his last con- text from the fall of man: "The seed of Exchange Bought and Sold on !

look after his material wants. They are signment of oranges on last Tuesday. the woman" shall bruise the serpent's all Foreign Countries. tT : _' ;!. I
Mrs. Willard and Mrs.Vyatt.. Misses Minnie and Ruth have been his lead, etc The attendance was very
Y3 ; f chief packers this season, and all his fruit good, notwithstanding the great exodusof Patronage appreciated Prompt service, c.
has people during the past week. The new Iolite treat nu nt and every fn-orcousbtt'ut -v-
reached its destination in tine s-hape. with conservative banking granted.COBKKSTOXDEXTS .
-'i- They are both rapid and expert packers.I flockledire orchestra furnished: the musicas : ; .
usual, and as usual, it was fine. We e
Seaboardational Hank of New York, y
vi much importance as the mockingbird, the shall miss them, but always remember and National Bunk of Jacksonville.
.-- cardinal bird, the whippoorwill, the How-To--- their kindness.Mr. .

.f bright-plumed jay, or the whistling red- and Mrs. L. F. Pettee and family, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
ringed ricebird. and Mrs. Pettee and
Harry family, Mr. --'
Anot'.er: cool wave swept down this Gain L. B. Cole and family, who have been occupying -
The of HabitsThe
1 i' way on an "April fool" hunt. Not very Fleshl the new premises of L. F. Pettee Lamp Steady

'; 'I cold, but enough to make warm clothing I this winter, have gone to their homes at lamp that doesn't flare up or mwkor cause vou _
t- . comfortable and wraps desirable, and a Persons have been known to I Saratoga: X. Y. Mr. L. F. will remain to use bad language ; the Uiup that J'H.ks tfmxl whi-u
!:", still-hunt in the night for more bed cloth- j'lat his office in New York city. Miss I you get it and stay ->good; the !lamp that you utter wilimgly -
gain a pound a day by taking I X.' : r' ) part with, once you have it ; that s
;:. ing. Those who have left the "fair land Dora LO\ney Casseres, who has been '!' )
, of flowers" are probably nursing pinched an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL- with the family here, has returned to her : New
: noses that have met np with Jack Frost SON.! It is strange, but it often home in New York city. Miss Cassaresis ,_'-1i1 \ Other lamps may be offered >ou as just as good "-
"'- ....;.= they may be, in some reflects, but fur all around pxij-
"l somewhere en route. a pianist of exceeding brilliancy. We .
happens. ness, tliere's only one. The AVio A'uf&rater. T make t
trust another season: will see this interesting sure the lamp offered you is genuine, I"uk for the Da11Won
;; Last Saturday the train on the 1:10 Somehow the ounce producesf of back it ; every lamp has it. (;&k) Varieties.)
time from the south set fire to the woods group peop'e again. Old Lullsadc IVoAV.Vecan .
(r- back of Col. Harrison's and Mr. Wade'sgroves f pound ; it seems to start the } \ fill every lamj want. Xomatter wln-ther TOU
'! MKL150UKNK.Mr. : -1'4wanta new lamp or t"t" au old out rewind i>r refiuisheil -
and for time it seemed if it digestive
: a as machinery going prop. ';;, vase mounted or other make: of lamp transformed -
, k would sweep everything before it. The erly, so that the patient is ableto E. P. Branch has gone north on a into a literature New Rochester we can do it. Let ussend
short business trip. you subject.
wind stiff breeze from the
was blowing a and We SPECIALISTS in the treatment of diseases o1.P
absorb his
I southwest, and very favorable to sweep digest ordinary Messra. Lw and Phillips have been on )! f Lamps. Consultation FktBlkGoiltU.

; up to the Paine property. Timely help food, which he could not do before I! a. trip to St. Lucie. THE ROCHESTER LAMP CO., 3S Park I'lare.t SSIUrrUy St.. New I.rk.

I t K arrived, and by hard work it finally and that is the way the gainis Dr. and Mrs II. D. Brown and daughter _. -
I 1.,',' yielded and was overcome. If it had got- made.A left Monday for their home in Day- - -- -- -
ten a little more start it would have played Paroid
F sad havoc with a goodly portion of certain amount of flesh is I tona.Mr.. Charles R. Faran invited a number RoofingFor

valuable property, and perhaps swept the necessary for health ; if you have 1 of friends for a sail to Bayonne plantation -
river side of Delannoy avenue. It looked on Thursday. Permanent Root.
very dubious for a short time. Mr. Cur- not got. it you can get it by Mr. and Mrs. Pelton 1 who have been

4r\ -; rier found himself surrounded by fire at takingscoll's the guests of the Eaton cottage, left on Neponset Roofing

) one time, but he succeeded in getting out, Monday for the north.

{ being so suffocated by smoke that he hadE mOlSIOD Mr. John Powell and family, also Miss For Temporary Root.
\\ to lie down in the to breathe. Mrs. (
grass Moztl Williams left here
r ; on Tuesday on Cheaper than Shingles, ;
1 \, Wade is very thankful to those who sot the K-hooner J. F. P. for a cruise down I Better than Tin......... I f
kindly helped in the struggle with the the river.

i fire fiend. You will find it just as useful in summer Mrs. Cameron antI daughters, Misses For Sale by t

t h .:r jfchool children turned out en as in winter, and if you are thriving ndon't Sadie and Mamie, left here on Mondayfor Geor F. Paddison

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ye '../,od last Saturday, and there was a and t. : 'V"v0 "x,pleasant months with their frien'-- The Lumberman,

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!I J JOLLY UNCIIIOSH fl 'mK a GREAT f I GENEROSIff f Son's"Why,drug Uncle store.,-we're"Walk not sick right, and-in."" ant cle Josh topic, of"we gastronomies mast not ,forget"continued meat.Un-It Cleanse- . '

i "Guess I know that," langhed the old goes hand in hand with bread. Now, the

| man, "bat I suspect it won't be long be- next thing is to locate a good meat mar-

i A Realistic Romance of Titusville 'In Which fore this young man begins to take an interest ket where you can get fresh wholesome Your BloodThe
- a Number of in matters of paregoric and-" meats, poultry, etc., at all times, and ac-
Prominent Business Men Take a Very Conspicuous i "U-n-c-1-e!" "We'll go in anyway, and cording. to my notion G. F. Duren is the cause of all spring humors,

-I Part. get acquainted, besides Polly may find only man to supply you. This is the boss pimples and eruptions, as well as
some toilet articles she wants" Sure meat market in this whole section of the
\ Copyrighted by W. S. Df that tired and
& _.u_ Guthrie. enough, before leaving he was loaded country around, and is popular with everybody feeling poor appetite t
t "" liss Summers-Polly-I-I-er-dare that they were ushered into such & be- down with combs brushes face powders who is particular to have the is found in impure, depleted
, i I Bat the epejiker! took a header over wildering display that the girl was at firstat i and several bottles of fine perfumes. best. The reason for this is all because blood.

bashfulness, only to hear a sweet a loss how to select But she soon "Don't forget, added Uncle Josn, "to Mr. Duren is very careful in the selectionof
The blood is
1 "Yes, Charley.n"c yielded to'the seductiveness of a magnificent [ come here with your prescriptions as stock, gets the best of everything and perfect purifier

a? .to-er-to-that-is" parlor suite, a bed room set in oak, Wilson & Son are competent pharmacists, keeps it fresh on cold storage. To keep Rood's Sarsaparilla, as multitudes
Again a !lapse into silence, followed by golden finish, that would do credit to old who use none put pure and reliable drugs! your 'hubby' in a good humor, Polly, mow by experience.It .
an encouraging Mr. Klondyke himself. To this she and they are also headquarters for books trade at Duren's market every time."
all blood diseases from
"Yes, Charley." added an easy rocker for Uncle Josh and stationery and perodicals." Good advice."Now cures ,
"Oh, if I might only hope to er-to-" didn't forget most convenient and ornamental "Oh me! Oh my!" ejaculated Polly as ," cried,the old gentleman, "now the smallest pimple to the stubborn

Another failure of language. It was writing desk for"Hubby" Charles, they halted before a show window, for a picture of this crowd. In good old scrofula sore-from morning tiredness -

seemingly a hopeless case, and might having come to the conclusion that J. R. "what a perfectly lovely slipper." "Yes," country fashion we'll go to the photograph to extreme nervous prostration.
have been only for a demure Walker & Co.'s prices were below the said Uncle Josh, R. W. Rhodes' stock gallery, and my friend Major F.
"Charley, I have said 'yes' twice, and very whisper of competition."Oh can't be equalled in style and extent in M. Taylor, has a good one. His picturesare Begin taking .it TODAY.

if you mean it, I mean it, too, and-" say, Uncle," exclaimed Polly, this section. Go in, look it over and get wonderful in fidelity and finish. I

And to this day that young man will "where can I go for dry goods? This acquainted. Pick out what you want, want one full-size photo for my study, HOOD'SSarsaparilla
insist that he popped the question. dress is hardly suitable, I must admit." and I'll foot the bill." It might have and some small ones for my friends. F.

All this happened away "down east," "Well, my girl, if you want to select from been policy not to have extended that M. Taylor has the soul of a true artist;
and it wasn't long before there was a one of the most popular establishments in invitation, had not Uncle Josh known all his work is a labor of love, in whichhe

wedding. Not much longer before there the city, I would say J. R. Walker & Co., what wise economy it is to trade at R. W. will not stop short of perfection. As
was a letter from Polly's Uncle Josh who carry a stock of dry goods that for RhodeS', for Polly found goods and pricesso he is famous for successful enlarging, I [s America's Greatest Spring Medijine. -
(Hon. Joshua Turner, an old pioneer off variety and real value is seldom seen outside seductive that she purchased an outfit want to give you a life-size representationof
Be Hood's.
Brevard county), rich, generous; and the largest metropolitan cities. J. R. from a pretty slipper to a handsome 'yours truly.' (The pictures of Uncle sure get

levelheaded, who wrote effusively of his Walker & Co. have all the latest weavesin walking boot. Charley invested in gent's Josh, Polly and Charley may all be seen
delight at her exhibition of what he called fashionable dress goods and you are fine shoes, while Uncle Josh indulged ina at Taylor's studio any time the reader desires NEW BUILDINGS IN COLUMBUS.The .

"grit," and he proposed that if the young sure to be guided right in your selections. stout boot, with rubbers for the crowd. to call.)
people would locate at Titusville he would You will find Mr. Walker pleasant to deal No one needing footwear can resist the En route to their home the party calledat St. Paul Methodist Churh There

start them up in life, as a wedding gift, with, and his employes polite and expert styles'and prices offered by R. W. THE StAR office. You'll want the news Will Cost $30,000.
having fully explained that this, is the while the prices cannot be duplicated. Rhodes.At every week," remarked Uncle Josh; "andas Columbus, Ga., April 1.-The con
best spot in the world for young married ." It did not take Polly long to tell a this point, somewhat to the confu- this is the favorite local paper here, tract for building the new : t. Paul
sion of Charley the old man indulged ina I'll subscribe." Methodist church which will be one
people to get a good start. Of course Unaccepted bargain when she saw one. She got a ,
and were soon bidding their handsome dress, with all necessary trim- half serious criticism of his personal ap When the trio reached their home of the handsomest edifices in the city

friends adieu. mings, and several other articles of "fan- pearance. "You are decidedly off style "that tired feeling" seemed to settle has been let to randyJordan, of
tastic disarray" so dear to the heart of for a townsman," said he, "and we'd bet down upon them all-all at once-and Greenville, S. C. The work of tearing
3 A few weeks subsequent to the above every woman. ter see while here about some new duds. Uncle Josh admitted that he for one was down the walls of the old church,

conversation a travel-stained party ar- "A pretty good start" said the old This is an up-to-dateplace, where they about "tuckered out," whereupon Char- which was destroyed by fire caused bya
rived in Titusville. Our friend, Uncle man, "and now we'll go to Jas. Pritchard understand the changing styles and are ley took advantage of the conditions and bolt of lightning last fall, has be-

Josh, was in charge and he led the party & Son's big hardware and stove store, noted for good fits:, and I bet you'll look made bold to remark: "Now, Uncle, : gun. The new church is to be corn

,:: straightway to the Indian River hotel. where Polly's housewifely instincts will more like a newly married man when you've been very, very kind and I kinder pleted by Nov. 1. It will cost with
%' "We'll go to the Indian River hotel," have full play in marvel's of kitchen ap- you get togged out in an R. W. Rhodes hate to speak of anything else, but say, furnishings, about $30,000. ;
said he 'cause that's the popular place suit." Accordingly, having found goods can't recommend The contract
paratus. There is not an establishment I you something-ahem! for building a new fire
y and strictly first-class. I have known Mr. I in the country that carries a more com- I and prices irresistible, Charles purchaseda -a little wine, or rye, for instance, for engine house on Rose Jill at a cost
Bast the proprietor, for years, and he is j prehensive stock of cooking machinery" neat suit and then invested in a com- medical purposes yon know?" "Why, of $3,610, has been Jet to C. E. Young t
mine host after mine own heart, being remarked Uncle Josh. "Every possible plete outfit of men's furnishings from a certainly, my boy,"quickly replied Uncle & Co.
endowed with that delightful intuition 1 piece of kitchen furniture from a tin dip- late style hat down to socks, and he readily Josh, a bright smile chasing itself over -,

that makes a guest feel at home, comfortable per to a cooking range is herein all styles agreed that Uncle Josh took him to the his benevolent visage, "a case of good BLEW HER HEART OUT.
contented, and mighty good luck. and, variety." If Polly fails to accomplish right place when he took him to R. W. port and a little Harper will be about

The house is one of convenience; the wonders in the-culinary art, it will not be Rhodes. the proper caper, and the proper personto Fearing Consumption, Young Girl Ends
,. apartments are well furnished, and the for want of superior cooking utensils, for While Uncle Josh pondering whereto apply to for such extras in this town is Her Existence.

". cuisine-well, that hotel is noted for its she purchased a range; with all other go next Polly suddenly asked: "Uncle, F. A. Lesley. I'll personally guarantee Columbia S. C. April 1.-Within a
( excellent table, so I have engaged rooms : equipments needed in a well regulated where am I to find the leading millinery anything that comes from Losley. Suppose few mouths two sisters and a brotherof

f here until your own house is in readi- i' kitchen, all of which Uncle Josh paid for establishment?" "Just a few doors fur you go down and bring up a little Miss Lizzie :Madden Waterloo,

".: ness. with delight, 'cause he knew Jas. Pritch ther on," remarked Uncle Josh, "and we good cheer' right away. And say, don't have died of consumption. She contracted -
t "No grass shall grow under our feet," ,I ard & Son had treated him all right just will visit Mrs. H. W. Reynolds who, by forget to tell Losley to put in a little of the disease.

,., remarked Uncle Josh, "so what's first on as they treat everybody. the way, has on hand one of the com- the Echo Spring whiskey." And Char- Sunday while her mother was at

.- the programme?" "Oh, goodness knows; | Woman like, Polly was discussing the pletest stocks of millinery to be found in ley acted on the order at once. church the :young lady sat in a chair

, there's lots ,to buy," remarked Polly matter of how she would arrange! her new the city.. You can get. what -you want Upon summing up the wonderful eventsof rested the stock of a shotgun on her I
"Then suppose we buy Mots' first" house and was interrupted by Uncle Josh. there, the latest styles and lowest prices the day, Polly began to volubly express bed, placed the muzzle to her breast ,
qnoth Charley, without turning a hair. "And those house fixin's remind me" being her motto Mrs. Reynolds' good her thanks. "You have bought us everything and with a stick pressed the
, "Well, I see you've got a great head for said he, "that you haven't got your dishes taste and experience guarantees that ," she exclaimed. literally } trigger,
out her
I heart.
business," laughed Uncle Josh; "we'll yet. Now the most famous stock in when you have purchased of her you "Only one thing," replied Uncle Josh, She .
just stop at F. A. Morgan's real estate and I j town, for extent quality and cheapnessis have the thing according; to fashion anda reflectively, "but I ran remedy that. best was a member of one of the

abstract cilice. I can always depend upon I right here at :\Ies rs. Pritchard &Son's. satisfaction that your work has been Walker & Co., the furniture firm, always families in that section, a young

'. him for bargains in real estate, as he There isn't positively a thing in the line done by a competent artist." In a few has a nice line of them! and you can get girl prominent In cluircn work.

never holds out false lights to induce lof china crockery, glass or porcelain minutes there never was a happier girl one whenever you want it; I'll pay for
peopl to buy, hut what he tells you abont needed for use or ornament in any part than Poll: for she got a "perfect dream"of the best.:: Match by Correspondence.

property may be fret down as solid facts. of the house that cannot be found at a hat, and the bill didn't scare Uncle \V-h-y," exclaimed Polly, with! great Raleigh N. C.. March .-Mrs. Sat.

Morgan controls a large list of desirable Pritchard & Son's in indefinite variety Josh, either. I surprise, "what can it be?" lie Brown a widow, aged 45 years

residences as well as farm properties, and and at wonderfully low prices." They After partaking of ice cream at Walk- "\\\,11.,it's a baby carriage, and-" has left for Southwick, Mass. Her mis-

:- his judgment on the good things' is part also have a splendid stock of lamps of ev- er's, Polly complained to her hubby of a But Polly had fainted. sion there is matrimony. Last November

: excellence." Accordingly. Morgan; ery deicriptionIul: decorated ware in very violent toothache, a sensitive tooth Mrs. Brown saw the advertisement

': accompanied: the trio and before returning abundance. Polly's big order suggestedher having teen touched by the cold cream. MOURNERS CARRIED RIFLES. of Edward C. Theroux for a wife.A .
.r. had sold to Uncle Josh for his ward:: thorough appreciation. Charley questioned Uncle Josh concerning -
: corespondence was established between -
::: a cottage. "Let's see-I promised this matter, and the old man said: "I
cosy you gold watch Burial of the Victims in the Recent them with the result that they
""Well I reckon that cottage needs a didn't I?" queried Uncle Josh of Polly know just how it is; I've had it many a Kentucky Fight. are soon to be made one. Mrs. Brownis
R, few impiovements'," scntmtionsly re- "and' Whaler's Jewelry store is the placeto time, but there is a quick way to get rid of
good family here. Her
Chicago, March 31.-The Tribune's peopleare
Ml the real of it, Just take around to Dr. M.
t maikrd Uncle Josh as they get the worth of our money." Entering Polly
s estate oilire. "You ouulit to have a little the popular jewelry store the old man D. L. Dodson's dental parlors near the Whitesburg, Ky., special says two greatly surprised at her action._._
t.. portico on the I rout, anyway; so I guess gallantly acquitted himself of the promiseand Indian River hotel, and he'll treat it so unique processions! were witnessed in IT TOOK 25 YEARS TO FIND OUT- THAT-
p we'll strike right out for the Bond Lumber then directed Pully's attention to the that the pain will pass right away, and Pike county Sunday afternoon. There TYPEWRITERSWERE

I Co.'s ofliu' They are the principal superior stock of silverware carried by the she won't lose the tooth, either. lIe's got were over 200 mourners and everyman BUILT UPSIDE DOWN.

'.' dealers in that line here-handle everything house. "There is no other such a housein the biggest reputation of any dentist in carried a rifle across his shoul
i:: nt'edt-il ill t..e category)' of buildirgniatniiii town," said the old man, "and I will this whole' country for fining teeth, and der. THE \'ISIHU'JUTISH

faun the brisk foundation to i guarantee the quality to be; the very best. paving them by crown and bridge work One was the funeral of the two Hat. OLIVER.TYPEWRITER. .
:. the shingles.for the roof, including doors, Pick out your family clock while here," as they call it, while I can personally testify
( windows, moulding) besides Egyptianand he added. "Whaler carries a magnificent that he pulled all of mine out at onesitting fields, Thompson and his son, Eph-

Parian paint>; and besides,. Mr. Van- line. Don't forget another fact," he and I hardly felt it." So Charleyand raim, who were killed in a double .,

landingham, the manager, is mighty (continued "if ever you unfortunatelyneed his bride hastened to Dr. Dodson's at tragedy Saturday morning, the other
Is built right side where the work is in
... pleasant:; to deal with, und he don't want optical goods, this is the place toI I once, while Uncle Josh'said to Charley: victims being John Rutherford and sight. It ;is a light up compact, simply constructed -
all the moi.ey a fellow's got, either. come to get your eyes scientifically tested "You stay right with Polly; she'll want Harry Watts. The Hatfields: were durable muchint'-t'u-ily learned,operated -
When they reached the lumber yard I and fitted free; and say, my boy, reeve you right at hand, and I will drop aroundin buried on the mountain side. The oth- and cleaned:aligns perfectly alll)needs

Uncle Josh made \es-tigation a? to the ber that D. S. Porter is an expert doctoron a few minutes after I go down. toFred's er funeral was that of John Ruther least repair
of materials, and he found that the sick watches." for a moment or two."
price Bond Lumber Co. St'll1ngstuffso rea- "Well, Scat my!'' exclaimed Uncle "And in the matter of insurance," the ford. Both were conducted at the

sonable he concluded to let go the cottage Josh, with a David Harum accent, as I old gentleman continued. "That is also same time and the two processionswere

iniprovemerts and build a commodious I they reached the :street, "I must run over I of importance. You will want a risk on in plain view of the other.

residence, much to the delight of Polly, to the Indian River State bank and get your new house and goods; but you can't The Rutherfords are very much
although it sent glimmering her first another check book Come along with be too careful about getting i it in a reliable wrought up over the killing of their Lti, I rr mm

thoughts of love in a cottage. Having me and get acquainted with James Pritch- aency.Iy: friends Schnyler& Bran- kinsmen and it is likely that a feud .urcun.unNUm :
the ning not only have lines of the solidest which may eclipse the celebrated Hat-
come to this generous conclusion about ard and staff, for of course: you will do I
large and more palatial house, it occurredto business with them, and it is always more I :and best companies, but they are experts field-McCoy feud has just begun. Any

Uncle Josh that as they were not goingto pleasant to be personally acquainted with I ;and trust wort underwriters.. They suspicious move on the part of the
build a chicken coop or a barn, it the people you do business with. This have all the companies which belong to mourners in either procession would '

would be a wise thing to employ an experienced bank i is as solid as the base of the universe -I the old reliable category, being well)) have caused a reopening of the war.

architect and builder-some one is managed on safe; conservativeness ,. known for their prompt and satisfactory fare. ZVISi9 i9
hands the matter might be and has a strong working capital.I..adjustment of losses. It's better to be ?
in whose
and will find them sale than sorry, and you'll surely be safe Crack Wingshots Assemble.
with assurance of perfect You ever ready to extend 3Prioo: S97.5O.
placed accommodations in the Schnyler & Branning agency." Kansas City. March 31.-Almost every -

speedy! I have the architect rightin any business principles.! I compatible with I Charley agreed to attend to the insurance wing shot of national importance \V, S. BR NNING Agent for Brevard Co. ,.
"I have
"P. J. Hall "Guess I'll matter at his earliest convenience. is here today to compete for the grand Sold ..
he exclaimed. open an account right t -ptiMMl-le IHtrti.fllr :J5 cash and
my eye, I "Law sakes! suddenly( exclaimed American handicap honors *10 iiiontli'v'%' Other
he has designed and con away, replied Charles, and he did. represent. naymlr n's. make machines
t is the very man; of the principal business :: I After this visit, uncle Josh suggested a Uncle Josh "all this trading 'round town ing the championship of the world. taken ia part pacnl lJt
structed many of has caused me to forget another one or The preliminary shooting began todayat ALL IT-TO-DATE BUSINESS MENSHuULI
residences resort to some plac At j
,blocks and elegant two of the greatest essentials to future ex Blue River ) LE THE oLIVER.
< .section. I showed you that the refreshment table the old man waxed park just outside the
around this istence. Newly married folks can't live city limits, with bright clear
home of G. M. Robbing, and philosophical.: "Ne\er neglect your larder weather. TAX DEED: NOTICE
magnificent of Walker's, said he. "That important adjunct I II on love and Sl'eneral1\' more than anybody This is the first time that the annual
business block Notice is hereby given that John
the new else-but table would look Henry
your tournament of the
f I Interstate
Hall drawed up to housekeeping controls the masculine association agent pan-baser of tax certificate.
J. No.
didn't 1? Well, P. .slim without bread it's the staff of 788! ,
and executed 'em, and he I I temper. To that end you must patronizea ; life has been held outside of the state dated the 6th day of July. A. I). IH'Jti! has filed
those plans you know. Polly must make the ac- of New York. said certificate in my oilire. and has made
whom can depend for ap-
whole on you
didn't monkey around a year, grocer ;quaintance of Frank Deppe, at the plication for tax deed to issue in accordance
Mr. Hall was soon contractedwith honest goods. Through a long term of His bread and cakes and for with taw. Said certificate embraces the ful-
either. bakery. pies
the house for Polly and i years I have found E. L. Brady & Brother Too Much Drink John. lowing riei>cribed property situated in Brev-
to build nicknacks are conceded by all to be the '
whole matter of the I perfectly reliable. You will find this a :Milwaukee Wis., March :31.-The art county Florida to-wit : All of section 2 i, \
Charley, in fact the finest on earth. Remember, Charley, township 31 south of range 3.5 east, containing .
to the careful firm, always:: stocked with every body of Charles Lue a Chinese, is at
turned over popular 640 the said land
residence was I !there is no use of "ootsy tootsy' acres being asses ed at
fine your
I possible thing in the line of staple! and . the morgue. Lue is said to be the the date of the issuance of such certificate ia ..
builder. lathering herself much about baking ;.'
fresh and first-class no so first of his in this the name of Florida Southern 0
a for I fancy groceries race country to drink Railway com 1 \
"Having already provided cage long as there is a good baker in town like parry Unless said certificate shall be fol.; ""
"now the shelf-worn goods there while the pricesare himself to death. His death is attributed re- "

the bird," said Uncle Josh, Frank Deppe. He made that elegant deemed according to law. tax deed will issue % t.. ".
first thing we'll look after will be the down to brass tacks. To keep peace ;cake I sent to your weddin'." "Yes, ar bye.L by the coroner to alcoholism. Lue tt ereon on the 5th day of May, A. I). 191r.. t f 1--

_ furnishings for it." Hereupon Polly energetically in this family l get all your grocer fl.omI I everybody said it was just loyr -'' .- wu.w intyroaaVT: *d occuPation I and what the Witness 1st day my of official 100'2 signaturpdnd r .seal. th" .j t
f that she 1 had beard so Brady & Bro.rtlvkt" M -. further infi;ariuation I01. It is said, went for April -( 't I.
declared Gaff. BW -.ponded Polly. [L. 8.] \. Ai IJr. -st..d
much about J. R. Walker & Co., *,hat she f' rGnauh mmmanded__<*-r'VnchJgRY; ,; I an .Flo!> '- +\J 'r'ie p. .leSS Lock hoc PusHHf. t.Le "- .. found dead In his Clerk Circuit Court of Bretvtn. FIa.\. r Jr :S
The result was J sale.a1. .. vine, Fl a.- .'\. I l ,tit.' nyc -:. ..... Titnsville, 11,1 .
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: [' r ', : ' 1! .: >> GENERAL. k DffiECTOBY. seems to give a fairly correct impres of cream white chiffon and* the part First Financial Failure.:

0' .", . which goes around the neck Is plaited Hawkinsvilje. Ga. .
; :; sion.At March 24.-Haw.klnsville's
r. J :' SOCIETIES,ETC. twenty-five, however, there is another in rose folds and is six inches wide,
first financial
j' in
,: 'T' 1 \: "' decided wavering, followed by a doubled. It takes four yards, doubled,

r ; : i d't ti',,' TITDSYILLE BOARD OF.TBADE- M. sharp descent In the next year, from of the chiffon to go around the neck quite a while occurred last week. A

t';; i"'_ Bobbins, president; M. Dixon; treasurer when it is plaited. The ends halfa number of creditors of B. Gordon, a I
"' which arises a welhgrounded suspicionthat are
,' Meets second Wednes- iI
; ""t_ secretary.
jeweler here filed
I' a petition and hada I
; ': is reluctance the of yard wide and have a narrow ruch-
;:>: day night in each month at their rooms. there on part
-: the young women of New Hampshireto Ing of the chiffon all around and set receiver to take charge of his stockof <

..1: 'i if' .P. & A.1L-Indian Rive lodge, No. 90, holds admit the passing of their quarter crisscross for a distance of ten inches goods. M. Manheim was appoint. I
; i'*: its meetings the second and fourth Friday '
=. % ', evenings of each month at the court house. century birthday. This seems to wear about six inches from the bottom. A ed temporary receiver, and the hearing

.- ,;. y. J. IL Walker., W.M.; F. A. Morgan. Setfy. off before long, however, so that ad-v boa such as this costs all the way for a permanent receiver will be
( '. 'irt:-.,. ' TOWN DIRECTORY. mittiug with increasing indifference from $G to $10, according- where it on April 3 before Judge D. M. Rob-

r. k their twenty-eighth they become so is bought. To make it requires six and erts. The exact amount of assets and a

L f' ,,; '. TOWN OFFICERS M. Dixon, mayor; reckless at their twenty-ninth that they a half yards of chiffon at, say, 50 centsa liabilities of Mr. Gordon are not yet i

.t : R. E. Slims, Jr., marshal and tax collector; apparently add a year to their true age yard. The violets may cost 50 cents known.

,' Gregers A. Frost clerk and treasurer; John for the sake of a round number.A more. The work Is not,so much, as it You need light to raise
Henry, assessor, Jno. R. Walker, G. F. Da When You Go Into a Drug Store
I most interesting peculiarity which is "pretty work, and therefore women '
: ren, J. L. Carruthers F. A. :Morgan, S. G. To get a bottle of Painkiller examine it Tobaccoprofitably. f
do not mind it. It is to make ,
/ Vanlandingham, councilmen. The council the diagram shows throughout is the easy one
. to if is made Davis
t i '.' meets first Tuesday in each month. noticeable inclination of all to state in a day, and the satisfaction is two- carefully see by Perry fertilizer '
and don't he persuaded to take something Be sure your ,

E ;, ORDER OF EASTERN STAB.-Fiiendship their ages in round numbers. At each fold.Regular "just: as good" because it is a few cents I j contains at least 10 cent. )
I : ', No. 11, holds meetings first Tuesday fichus are to be fashionable I per
: ; Chapter, five year mark, and still more at the very cheaper. There is only one Painkiller,
1. in each month, at 3:30 p. m., and third the line and are seen in great variety. "
ten Davis.
year periods, invariably Perry Large bottles 25; and 50e.
,. ;.' Tuesday in each month, at 7.30 p. m., in Actual Potash
r' ,t Masonic Lodge room. Mrs. G. M. Robbins, takes a sudden upward turn. As already These are made of chiffon, mull anJ t i

: worthy matron; Mrs M. A.Scrimgeour, sec said, however, a true, graphic fine lawns; also of net with lace ruffles Military Park Almost Assured. from .

; ". ; retary. statement of the facts about the ages all around. A fichu, where one cannot Atlanta, March 22.-There is every Sulphate.We t

of New Hampshire women would' of afford a great number of things, is the indication that the Atlanta mail free, on request, our book
;;. COUNTY DIRECT01tY.f military "Tobacco Culture."
i f course take the form of gradually: best to have, as it answers the purposeof park bill, now pending in congress GERMAN KALI WORKS.

t yO'ii COUNTY OFFICERS.-A. D. Penney Titus. curving line, the course of which would a boa and can be worn in so many will soon become a law. The bill was 93 Nassau Sheet, New Verk.

:11 :..' ,. ville, county judge; Jas. Andrews, Titus lie practically through the \ midst of fashions. I should have mentioned that favorably acted upon :yesterday by: the
; ville, prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart of the and chiffon
these various irregularities. It wouldnot many net boas are
;- ',' Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Woot- i subcommittee of the house,committee
C r' en.Cocoa, tax assessor E. W. Hall Titus. look so interesting by itself; but, made with soft roses among the folds on military affairs, an indication of the PURINA
: drawn over the inferences from the and in some cases all down the fronts.
i I' ville, tax collector; F. H. Boye Titusville, fact that it has strong backing and
I treasurerR.E. Mims, Bona venture,superin figures as they were given to the government One of black uialines had the neck very
there was no opposition mani
r tendent public instruction; J. O. Fries, Ti officials! it suggests an entertaining wide and full and set along wherever FEED
i' 'tusville, county surveyor; J. P. Brown Ti- fested.
element of human vanity which they would go were soft American
tusyille sheriff T. J. Cockshutt
; LaGrange, The
j11.' registration officer. would hardly be so evident in any oth Beauty roses. But tea roses seem to be surest and safest remedy for kidney 4f{
bladder diseases is Folly's Kidney
er form of statistical statement. best liked as they are smaller and not
I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. R. Walker, Cure. For sale by Wils-on &ioll. LOOK f
'>. Titnsville, chairman: John R.Miot, Indian- JOSEPH E. BUCK. so rigid. All down the ends of this boa t FOR

n ': ola; R. A. Conkling,Tillman; Jno.C. Jones, were roses seemingly fallen there without Charter for New Company. DONKEY

i Woodlty; J. Frank Bell, White City. Reg- o RiON any set design. This was certainly Columbus, Ga., March Saves ON EVERY (:s
tr i lar sessions are held first Monday in each m[ [ Of CmffON. beautiful. 22.Judge
month. Butt has granted a charter io the Interstate
A new fancy is to have a sort of
; COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.. M. Dixon, Railway Construction company '
Filmy Material Will Be Seen on Dresses, spring in half moon shape to go over \1'
I Titusville; B. N. Andrews ; C. P. which is organized for the purpose -
; I\ Platts. Fort Pierce. Hats, Boas and Parasols. the head and end down behind the of building the Columbus, Eu BECAUSE IT GOES ONE-THIRD }

ears, and this is covered with chiffon FARTHER THAN CORN AND OATS: i.
t Special correspondence 'of The Florida Star. faula and Gulf railroad from Columbusto

: I!I ii IOlO mrnc twisted on the frame, and arranged sc: St. Andrews bay, Fla., a distanceof .. ,
[ [ TAKER.I New York, April 1. I wonder if I as to come just behind the ears are rosettes
about 175 miles
through the statesof \ \
have mentioned chiffon before this of chiffon resembling roses. \ \ \
I ; ------ Georgia, Alabama and Florida. Rain -ind sweat \ \
Did the tfoinen of New. Hampshire Really year. If I have not, it is time I did; Sometimes this arrangement is madE have no effect on -: \/,/

Evade the Truth? otherwise I shall be buried in it if I of the new soft ribbon Wields A Sharp Ax. harness with Eureka treated Har- U'IL hness

.: do not "watch out Field That reminds me to mention the fact Milions Uil. it resists .
I I Special correspondence of The Florida Star. as Eugene marvel at the multitude maladies the '
that ribbon is one of the best of all tilt! cut off by Dr.K'nji's New Life Piil '
I ; would say.Chiffon ?, keeps the
I- Boston, April 1. There seems to is everywhere. Some dressesare new trimmings aside from the laces. the mo"t distressing, too. Stomach, liver '' er soft::,,dampJ.I R rrss

t t be more or less foundation in fact for Ribbon is to take its old favor in wom and bowel: troubles, dyspepsia, loss of appetite aL.c. S: : :.. 1
do not br k. \ \
made of it with \
I the frequent sallies concerning the adventures entirely black lace eri s attire. There may be found what jaundice, biliousness, fever, malaria I' No ruu'Hur-! \ \ \ "". ,
over it. Parasols have usurped many is called all fall before: these wonder workers. fate U chafe \ 0'l'
of the census taker with, the a set and which can be bought '. L't. \
i hundreds of tons, light as it is. Bon- 25c. at J. B. Screven's and cut. The "
woman who is sensitive about her age, all ready for application to any dress. drug: store. harruss net \ '
nets and hats seem to me to bo built of -- \
only he
The thin ri i .
t as amusingly appearsv a diagram recently summer gowns will have sets of "
I almost nothing else, for when they are Cotton Brings 9/8 I! Cents. ti \
prepared at the Massachusetts like this, with some slight variations r. new Iut ..... ,
I 1 Institute of T llllOlogy. The diagram not mime entirely ('f it they are so covered and some ladies are now purchasingone Forsyth. Ga., March 22.-Z. M. May- J Wl.l-'; ,, :, \ .... '

f'! also 'makes evident the ease with with it as trimming that the hat set for each dress to match the col- nard of this city, has sold 217 bales of *,jj u ashnvithe<=p ot Kureka| .1

which statistical comparisons of facts itself is scarcely il.I('. or. But white and black will be largely cotton to the Kincaid .anufacturing Harness Oil. 6 ... \ t

I and figures may misstate or misrepresent 'The newest fancy wrought of chiffon used, too, and they are adapted to any company, of Griffin. Ga., the price \ _" J r tt

actual conditions and is therefore though, to be sure, it was'U t'l to costume. paid being 9% cents per pound. Very I

1 doubly interesting to the student of some extent for the same purpose last: Vest fronts are made of malines in little cotton now remains in the warehouses Soldeverywhere t ,

I modern habits of mind. year, is found in the multitude; of boas folds with light lace along the folds of our city, the entire .crop of in cans- '

The subject of the diagram is a comparison of every kind under the sun. Some of and finished with a stock. These are 1901 having been sold and shipped i all" t 1

1 \ of the true ages of New Hampshire these are not only beautiful from the to wear with the open jackets. Any away. by V'Standard
material 1 used, but fivm the poetic fancy Oil \ \ 1 -
: women with the ages which were light stuff is suitable for them.
Pneumonia is mobbed of its Terrors
to the interwoven among the delicate!
given census man. OLIVE HARPER.
By Foley's Honey and Tar. It stons --
meshes. Chiffon boas: are made in
ruled off that theM
Squares were
vertical lines should so five more different forms than it would Good for Kliriiniatisiu. the rackinenn: i rh and; h'alsanl; strengthens
represent the Inns! : If taken in time it will.I. FOR THEBOWELS
profit me to try to tell about but
awl the horizontal lines
year periods Last fall I was taken with a very severe prevent an attack of pneumonia. npfl1 eubstitntes.

: ; the number of people by thousands nt few of the most salient features of attack of muscular; rheumatism, which :- For sale by Wilson & Son.CAS'A'ORYA. .

1 l I !I each particular age. 'fhe state of af- some of them can be given, and the caused me great pain and annoyance. After ._ .=---- *

t II :' fairs which the census showed: was clever lady who has learned the use of trying several: I proscriptions and rheumatic .

1 ., f her ten taper fingers; can, with a far l1rt''', I decided to use Chamber Bears the /f MB Kind Yon Have Always Bought
I If you haven't a uvular, h.a.II> in niiiit uf th>
l 4000 I I I I less: cost than if she b.mgbt it readymade lain's Pain Bairn, which I had !seen advertised Signature Y 114-- bowels e\'ry 11--. )"ii it- ill ''I,i v ,ill, l I.. K.p. :> your
: A I bnwt'IoI"lwlI."rt.- 1.1'-.I t I i- i iln- Miar < -10.
f have a boa to suit herself. If : in the South .1 f'r P\'II1\I1.: After of lent I'iji>sii' III' |>ill+I luiiMin., I li..II";' I i'' .,- II.-. M I iixitb-
A I ; est, aste t, most -ri. I I... ,. of k- .
two applications of this remedy I was: |" } ing flu In/wel
: i# she feels as I do. she will like ten times ----- Clear and clean is u> tu".
much hotter and after : one bottle
d 3000 v. ,V \ better the thing that has cost her a lit- Twenty Years In 'en.MontLoLery' CANDY
+" as enmplet'lynred.Sallie Harris Salem
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tle labor and
pains.Hl'C'l.nUJ CATHARTIC
\ ': '!\ X.J. For sale hv \ViBwi & Son. : Ala.. .a.h: .M.-Hil-

I 1 .I I saw a boa made of white ,. liard Johnson and Phil hill two in--
I I 'J JI dotted net trimmed by binding theedges
2000 ) have been
The groes. found
; I I I i I" I I "CnriM-iI FIiMYi-r uf India. guilty oi criminal

\ ;f I with narrow black velvet ribbon The Krythrina: indlca: a beautiful assault in the city court and sentenced -

7% I I \".' I and with three rosettes: of the same (lower of tt'! 1 asil family which grows to 12 years in the penitentiary.
I I I I :' I II two in front and two in the back
+t 1000 I : I I -Ii).." T set wild: In India: is: supposed( to be under a
in the plaits of the net. The ends Cholera
I I maybe etasamid, although the bloom is perfection Scourges Mecca. I

: } 3Ii I I i I I :I r.j\t-l ;:) Ijr as long as the owner wishes and i itself! I both i in odor and in color Jedda Arabia. March 24.-There

f 5 I 15 25 35 45 55 65.75 S5 --5f { ;;:-- no true Hindoo: would touch it for ,all have ben 470 deaths f:' >ill cholera at EAT 3EIY1 LIKE CANDYPleasant

the world.. They tell you that it originally Mecca and Medina during the past todays. n i'alat.,bb.i'i [ i ; . : I'.i.J' .
; \. t sever SIC k"Ii, Wr.tKfu >.i, 'IM'I| J"!<,. :,n .ri' .rat
l UNIQUE CENSUS PIAGKA5I. grew in the "garden of India," per> box. Writ lot lice.ami.!..'! i-'k..d nn
\ The jagged line ?nts the of .- ------ .-. ealth. Address i'3tnnAMi.r
.\ rtprt's asos --------- -----
in the center of heaven --- -
New where it was HEItLlXG RlnUPf: t 01l1'An. U" flal.
Hampshire women accord.113 to
hourly worshiped by all the denizens of Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
what the census takers were tckl: the KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
r.J. more even line' shows approximately r! that blessed: ahct.l(. Krishna stole it and Don't Know it.

I' what the truth was.] and brought it to earth, but all who -
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: \ represented by a lint, moving generally Sad rI worshiped at its shrine after tat: event Out. '

\4 downward and to the right whichj : I died before they could leave the spot. Fill a bottle or common glass with your A SHave and ::Hair Cot
,/; :) F? water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a - J
I should have be&i a !smooth! and rather On this account indica is shunned as if
j sediment or set, ... GoGarrotte'
; even curve but which as a matter of ; It were a poisonous serpent r
tling indicates an
t fact zigzagged curiously from one di- ;t!; ,, unhealthy condi :

visijn to another. a: a + l,1,1 l' Fruit In Elbert Is Safe. ? tion of the kidneys .Barber
't ;If I 1 I,1y "K7 ..... Shop 1
with about female
Starting 3,000 c'lil- Elbprtoc, Ga.. :March: 24.-The reSent I } : ; if it stains ,
1, : -f dren at the age of oa.t'r.. the }[Ill' ." lK-: your linen it i is \oni- but exper pllI'f'd'k- I, 'r1Tl' it'i o I
cold snap has not in- turn ciuiiloyed. .. '1" .
pctV.-t t
( evidence of kid i.V
at first sinks rapidly, but only to take n N 11* ,Ik 1 I'."\
.. atisfactilllJ trtttted.... ,
} the
jurrd: fruit in this \ i
section trouble
t too
sudden jump so as to reach its hlyhvK.: ; somef ney ;

,e point midway between the ages oftwenty the fruit men think that it did not \ frequent desire to --- J. i.l'ARRuTflrRb.: (I'r.. rrf"r..r.

t. J and twenty-five. This would at V 1 u I v 'njure it at all. A large yield is ex- ..-.'.._......--- the pass back it or is pain also f in :Foley's Honey and Tar

1 first appear to be an obviously false tf S pected and a great deal of interest's convincing proof that the kidneys and glad beals hint's sad stops the cough.

t., statement, for. since people die indiscriminately ?1' rut in the: outcome ot the crop this der are out of order. -- -
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t' t at all ages from one year .7Ctt :err: as several of FIbort's best cftfs What to Do.

:' t. up it would setm that as the years increase Gas
'' expressed that Dr."a and Gasoline
the number of women should lr"s.: Farmers Swamp-
generally have
smaller in Root the great kidney remedy fulfills ,,, Engines, Launches,
grow a gradually descendingscale. : 'ast begun their work: having been wish in every
ri curing rheumatism, pain in the Automobiles Etc.
+< A r ;.ty:! ('..'h ye,1 I by the extreme weath- back, kidneys, liver bladder and ,

As a matter of fact however, the. t, T for the season of the year. of the urinary passage. It corrects every inability part i ; Atu-nes Y<>II can avoid and u- of.-
I census statistics are right on this particular to held fxptuf
water and .
scalding pain in passing '/ u -ir coiiiiUiit r.*-
{ point, for the New Hampshire. Dri adful Attack of U pooping; Ough.Mrn. i it, or bad effects following use of liquor, -_>JJ their iifwulb! y--.a Lave in

f I. :,r mills; : bring large numbers .of young: Ellen Harlison:; of 300: Park ave., wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant plac an

fj '.' '; women operatives into the state, and it T1IIFLu: CHIFFON' AND LACE. Kansas City, Mo writes: as follows: "Our necessity of being compelled to go often AUTOSPARKER.

i is therefore natural that "twenty-two may be rdered with a ruflle: of the two childien had a severe attack of during the day, and to get up many times It can be attached to any machine* or oH.

: should be the age of the largest single net bordered with the velvet. Tin-re whooping ong"; one of them in the par- during the night. The mild and the extraordinary \\"rite for df-I>criptl\"e booklet containing testimuuata !-
"txvsul'd er'uatiu would often faint d effect of Swamp-Root is from well-known makers ami owners
group in the fem.Ie population lint were five rove of velvet v\\\\-m is\:\ .. :.: \\V anbe.i.t realized. It stands the soon of gas and .giiboliue; engine!,, automobiles,
the other irregularities of the line re nrr t tiled everything: highest for its won launches etc.MOTS1NQER
arelargely graduated widths at the ends of the derful
of the
iu-inxi ot without relief.Ve cures most
seams: distressing cases. DEVICE MFG. CO.
i to be accounted for by wrong boa ;.-hi:t .1 I u.v. then! c..l 1 ed! in o ir fimiiy d'>ct'"r who ore If you need a medicine you should have the i.07 Plain street Pendletoa lad.

: : statements made either in ignorance Another boa is set with tiny! bunvlus s ; i ihl.ti> iti's II Ih"': and I With best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$1. sizes.

.:; 11 through carelessness or for the purpose of violets and has a larger bouquet cf the very tir.-si. linse:: tlll')' !ll'?;m to improve You may have a sample bottle of this -- .. ,

)1 \ of concealing the truth. those lovely llowers at the throat; with: and we tree that it has saved their 'ves. wonderful discovery : < % v* i, W

.... \ As has been said, the line starts at the natural foliage. This boa is made R fuii substitutes.' For sale by Wilson & and a book that tells !!i!i. : ', ..,.-:: : =: ? &

# 3,000, but drops nearly to 2,000 in the Son. more about it, both sent !'Bd: iti!r.1J1t.-.' f f p

S ? ', ',1"\\ space which indicates one year and For Over Sixty Years.! absolutely free by mail, m av [i

:j .1'.rr. rises again to perhaps 3,500 within the Mrs. Win 1ow's Soothing Values Feet at 20000. address Dr. Kilmer & Home of Swamp-Root. DONKEY v-f>i '
-..' Syrup has Co., Binghamton N. Y. When writing mention
....J #0 r 1./ distance allotted to another twelve been used for over sixty years by mil Atlanta. March 22.-Sam FarraH, reading this offer in this EVERY sJviti DEBT
month. This shows simply how carelessly lions of mothers for their children aged 16, thinks much of his feet. For --- generous paper. > FEED

,' : -':' the age of children is given their while teething with peifert success. It the loss of one and the partial loss of Poley's Kidney Cure

\ 'i it thers apparently forgetting that onthes: the child, softens the gums, allays the other he considers FOR
he ,
has been . .
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f I :\t"r* have reached the important first all pain, cures wind colic, and is the betremedy damaged to the amount of 520,000. In -. -1"" nl"r!f r rsrht. .
\ for rliarrh ?a. It will relieve tin -- -- -
tone until fast
they are approach-
t" \ floor little sufferer immediately. Sold b'' the city court yesterday he filed, tlorsestwnd

.1";) P.C 1C second*out pipv"one. the mills begin to. druggists in every part of the world ,O'h his father, Fred FarraH suit CURES WHERE Ail EISE fAll .

; s, 1 han< me ones; Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be *v v" (th"-l'bo h.o W"s tern and Atlantic Rail Best ('' Syrup. Tastes Good V e
'e 'and the upward ask for "Mrs. Mr. Cameron od rnr ists.
Window'sSoothiiy %* It the f oregain ., '
Ict : __ t,1Lw next. period and take no other kind. fr.1. all l dru?". are spending the.\'I ,.. ... ".,\ ... -:-- r! CQWSfpr
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; e I, I - 1 of the. gods runs riotously and -rap rulings as chairman are usually acceptable Will the sweetest disposition and .

turously His veins. ,to both sides of the chamber, he A'N OLD transform the most even tempered, lovable

liYanaToldHnmmiMiHHe always insists that there shall be or nature into 'cross-grained and
J irritable individual.
T Senator Pe rose's amendment to the der.During j
resolution recently passed by the the discussion upon this par If impatience or fault-finding are
*'. OF '* house providing ticular occasion there was so much !I SORE ever excusable it is when the body is

for the popular noise that a speaker could not be heard. tortured by an eating and painful sore.

St&tesmen That RemindsHe election of Unit It is truly discouraging to find after
I I1 months of diligent and faithful use of external remedies that the place
ed States
remains as defiant, angry and offensive as ever. Every chronic sore no
:-1 1--H"MiiIII-MM..I-- ; ..,-+ Says Depsw which to proposes I matter on what part of the body it comes, is an evidence of some previous

[Special Correspondence.] the basis of change constitutional or organic trouble and that the dregs of these diseases

representation remain in the system; or, itmay be that some long hidden poison-perhaps
Washington, April 1.-While the has caused much comment,
Cancer-has come to the surface and begun its destructive work.
bill for the
safeguarding of the lives of particularly those senators who
the among cjL. The blood must be purified before the sore will fill up with healthy flesh
presidents and other high officials favor the
measure. and the skin regains its natural color. It is
was up in the senate the other "And I said Sen-
day an why may inquire,
through the circulation that the acrid, corroding
Inquisitive visitor to the asked Burrows committee
capitol ator chairman of the -
: fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it
i a senate gallery doorkeeper, "What are on privileges and who is a strong
" irritated and inflamed. S. S. S. will purify and
; they doing in there?"
advocate of the resolution, addressingthe
invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or
"Oh," replied the doorkeeper, with a Pennsylvania senator, "did Introduce
k other hurtful materials are washed out, fresh rich blood is carried to the
.. bored air, "they are making it against that amendment to the proposition -
and the
diseased parts new tissues form decaying flesh begins to have a
the law to kill the president." to elect senators by direct vote
healthy and natural look; the discharge ceases and the sore heals.
Incidental to the discussion the of the people?" '
I S. S. S. is the only blood purifier
;f bill Senator Hoar, by whom it was "Merely to ,make it more difficult," Several years ago, my wife' had a severe is
sore leg and, was treated by the guaranteed entIrely'ege.
drawn gave Senator Bacon of Georgiaa replied Senator Penrose. table. It builds
best physicians but received benefit. up blood and
certificate of qualification In the line "That reminds me," said Senator De- Our druggist advised her to try S. S. f:., tones up the general system as no

of pulcritude of -feature and persuasiveness pew, who was present, "of the English. which she did. Fourteen bottles cured other medicine does. If have
her and she has been well since. you
of expression quite beyond thebounds man who had been at several club ever
F J. R. HAROLD 22 Canal St., a sore of any kind, write us and get
of ordinary senatorial courtesy. gatherings In this country where wits Cohoes,N.Y. the advice of experienced and

Senator Bacon had been quite severely were assembled and who thought it in- 'Illl1 ri skilled physicians for which no charge is made. Book on Blood and Skin

criticised for the introduction of an cumbent upon him to do something for l1' Diseases free. THE SWIFT SPECIFICthat CO., Atlanta. Ga.

their entertainment next time they

I ., L'l"\.l.lS met. lIe sat down and with much la-

(' .) bor composed a conundrum. Next time

'm 0 he got to the clubxjie sprung his pro S. W. CARROLL,
: I () duction.
t' ; :2Fft'sttJ
'What is it, ,' he asked, 'that has i I Ii- ( Staple .and Fancy GROCERIES .

feathers and a long beak, builds its
.' nest on chimneys, stands on one leg in --
:! 1 the water and barks like a (&*?' Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,

"Nobody could guess. The"the Englishman Mr. Littlefield brought his gavel dowqon Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware. I Tituaville. F.onda.We t

4 C c / gravely announced that the the sounding board; with a hard solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to.

answer was 'A stork.: whack. That did not have the desired 0 -
i 'But,' one of the people present effect and he began; to pound with

;, I said, 'a stork doesn't bark like a dog.' vigor. His aim was not good after the QUALITY ALWAYS

t.f L.1i L.1 'I know that,' he replied. 'I only second blow. lIe missed the sounding ,

put that in to make it more difficult." board and struck a glass of water IS THE MOTTO-- OF

And this again recalls an incident I smashing the glass to fragments and

i Senator Spooner of Wisconsin was I spilling the water over the clerks downin .Bond Lum.ber C o.7

spinning a good yarn in the marble front of the speaker's desk. .
room. At its close a listener inquired, "That's all right," he exclaimed.
aij "Is that one of Depew's stories?" "Bring on another glass. We must have

t.I!I : "Not statesman.yet," archly responded the Bad- order." SAMUEL HUBBARD. GIVE THEM A TRIAL ORDER, AND YOU WILL BE PLEASED.

.t. cr Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in time c"UIC !Si IJlVIEN": 'Ei.s. '
" affords security from all kidney and Madder -
Senator Elkins had the credit few
tj a diseases. For sale liv Wilson & Son. G. VANLANDINQHAM, Manager.
days ago of springing a new word on

I one of the committees CASTOnXAs' -- -
of which Bears the The Kind Yon Have Always Bought6r

fl Nagger Mugger! he is a member. if1 -# ATLANTIC, VALDOSTA & WESTERN R'Y

; u4 II i i "huggermugger" "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE
by many Convicted of Larceny. f

fl1 be a West Virginia Decatur, Ala., March 22.-Edward E. DOUBLE DAILY ERVICE.No. : .

; expression for fooling, Deceiving R. Ringeniann, a popular and highly.

i'] or throwing dust in the eyes. Those esteemed young man, formerly of Cincinnati ..2. No. 4. Stations. No. 3. No. i .

',1. 4ITHET ARE MAKING "IT AGAINST TIELAW. who thought it to be a new word evidently was convicted, of grand larceny 7 2.1 a m 8 00 P -_______-- Jacksouville Ar---------- 7 50 a m 8 30 pm

did not know their Shakespeare, in the circuit court at Florence. 10 55 a m 11 15 p _______--_ Valdosta Lv---------- 4 33 a m 5 00 pm1
U I amendment under which, it was as it In act 4, :"i where 10 P m 3 55 a __________ Macon Lv_______u11 55 p m 1125 am
appears scene ,
John Dillon: Suspended. 74;) It m 72.1 a ,_________ Atlanta Lv__________ 8 30 p m 750 am
f argued it might be possible for the King Claudius is made to say in refer- 1 00 a m 1 00 p __--___--_ Chattanooga Lv__________ 3 00 P m 30.; am
d assassin of a president to evade pun- ing to the death of Polonius, "We have London, March 20.-John Dillon, 6 40 a m 6 5.i; p __________ Nashville Lv__________ D 30 a. m 0 30 pm
I ishment. To ,this supposed loophole done but greenly in hugger-mugger to Irish Nationalist, was suspended, in the 12 01 p 'm 11 40 P ______--__ Martin Lv----_ 5 15 a In 3 n p m ,
6 5. _____ ____ St. Louis __________ 15
'k Senator Hoar made reference. Senator inter him. The word however is house of commons today for callingthe 124 P m a p In 836 am

, Bacon earnestly protested against the very much older than Shakespeare. colonial secretary, Mr. Joseph 1050 a __________ Chicago Lv------- 6 10 P m

repetition of the accusation or any intimation Representative Griggs of Georgia Chamberlain, a iimned liar." ,
12 40 P m 2 30 a mu-----------r Louisville Lv---------- 3 00 a p1 2 3j pm I,
:.J that he favored the amendment however, is entitled to the credit of ------ -- -- -- -- 415 p m 7 20 a __________ Cincinnati Lv________ull 15 p in 11 Q3 am

24 of the pending measure so as to permit using a new word; at least no one 9 15 a __--______ Chicago Lv-______ 700 P m

.J such criminals to escape just punish has yet been able) to run down its origin -

;1 ment. In a speech the other day he referred No.4-Dixie Flyer-Carries Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Cars, Jacksonvilleto
St. Louis and Jacksonville to Chicago without change, making direct connection at Nash-
a Senator Hoar replied in his most amiable to a colleague as a "jodarter" in
vine with sleeping cars for Louisville, Cincinnati and Chicago. Only stops at following A..
manner that his reference was to construing the law. V. & W. stations: Crawford. Baxter and Fargo Through coaches between Jacksonville and
1!1 the amendment and not to the senator To be a "jodarter" In the Georgia lacon.

J'" from Georgia and then sought to calm vernacular) means to be possessed of No.2-Day Express-stops at all A.. V. A W. local stations. Makes direct connections
for! all points west and northwest, both via:Cordele and Macon.
the ruffled spirits of the latter by referring unusual perception and keenness. It Is
i Connections; made at Jacksonville with all northbound trains of the S. A. L. and F. E. C.
r to his high personal qualIties. pretty safe to conclude that this is one railways.

Finally launching into poetry, he declared word that Shakespeare knew nothing vNobility E. If. BARNES, S. D. PICKET.
N Gen Supt. Gtn. Pa!>ri. Agt.
'\ : about. Y

'j "That face would let him through St. Pe-

ter's gate The revival of the talk of Edward 0. 1'7qa', !:[!! -" 'f'A.
j While sad eyed martyrs had to stand and Wolcott going into the president's cabi-
net recalls a story FOR IR.ichmond
Speaking poetry, the real poet ol I .
told at the expense
-i:: congress is over at the other end of former Washington Baltimore
of the
the capitol. This:: Wolcott Phs1Gd.rlphia Boston Atlanta
:1 I
Colorado sen
t Is RepresentativeJohn ih ,: 'Ie Chattanooga Louisville
1 Thai Sweet | and the Donkey ator. Years ago
It Dougherty Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas
,, ex-Senator Wol RecommendsNerving. City
I Singer of the Third Miss V --1 cottandhisbrother Detroit ClevelandChicago PittsburgROUTE

of Congress o u r i district Henry Wolcott, established a law etc.
Others have written

': o and real estate office in Georgetown,
what they call .
Colo.) Henry ran the real estate end of
poetry and have read It in their speeches well but 'heSoin
the enterprise and did fairly ,
; and their colleagues have been charitable in the law The above portrait is that of
I there was
': enough to let it go at that, but part, which Edward looked after, and, Countess Mogelstud, of Chicago -

the lIon. John Dougherty talks poetry.It 1 becoming discouraged, he decided to Ill., whose gratitude for the

i is blank verse. In a speech on rural I move to an adjoining camp. where a silver benefit received from the use of N RAIL W A\'

,. free delivery the other day he thus: lead had been struck. lIe packedhis Dr. Miles' Nervine promptedher

; apostrophized his district in Missouri: belongings on a donkey and AVIS: to make this statement:

:, i "There the fertility of the soil about to start when he remembered his "It affords me greet pleasure to add OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS :

: Is not surpassed by any other I first sign. which read, "Ed Wolcott my testimony to the yery excelK-nt
On the habitable globe; merits of Dr. Miles'Nervine. AlthoughI The Southern's Palm Limited
& Brother""You
There the'orchard and the vine
So of I find it
am past tears age
Yield prodigiously, don't want that sign do you,
soothes the tired brain quiets the irritated -
And the clover that carpets the earth Henry":" he asked. nerves and injures restful sleep.I The Washington, Richmond and

Vies with the sweet scented meadowsTo "No; take it along," replied Henry. never feel contented without a bottleof Florida Limited t
burden the summer air "
it in the house. Gratefully'ours.
I With delightful perfume. The young lawyer and embryo statesman CHRISTIANA MARIA,
J t Its vast fields of waving corn packed the sign on the donkey Countess Mogelstud. The New York and Florida ExpressTO

Reflect back the sunshine. and arrived at the new- mining cam]
t While the wheat locks it in THE EAST.
about dusk the next afternoon. Time Miles' Nerving
Its bearded sheaf. Upon its hills
i Great herds of live stock grow miners came up and looked him over. The Chicago and Florida Special
Fat in pastures of succulent blue grass." One of them read the sign! strapped on is a nerve tonic and strength-

The, prosaic and unemotional editorof the donkey's back and asked: builder that starts right in restoring The Florida LimitedTO

The Congressional Record caused "Which of you all is Ed?'' health immediately.Sold .
this delicious effusion to appear as commonplace 1 1I I. by all Druggists.

''fi prose. He probably doesn't The efficiency of Representative Lit Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.PURINA.

know poetry when he sees it, but it is tlefield of Maine as a presiding officer
i Pullman Car Line to Cincinnati via
Sleeping Jacksonville
real poetry just the same. i'o one was again demo ,
I Asheville "The Land of the "
through Sky.
who reads it can doubt for a moment : onstrated the other
Through trains via The Southern Railway in
are operated
that the Missouri representative a day. The house
'I Littlefield Insists connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
sweet singer, in whose poetic soul the was in committee
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
fires of inspiration burn. The on Order of the whole. trains.

' and Speaker II en- FOR .,

The Best Blood Purifier. Q "" dersou called him 15 Lb.. Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.

The blood is constantly being purified to the chair. While Mr. LittIdle-Id's URll9 HardWork.

the lungs, liver and kidneys. Keep \
by A Chattanooga Drugii(t'a Statement. H. F. CAREY Fla. Pass. W. .
these in a healthy condition and Agt,108 Bay St. Jacksonville: Fla.
the bowels regular and you will have no Robt. J. Miller, proprietor of the Read ..,'J,1

need of a blood purifier. For this pur- House drug store, of Chattanooga, Tenn., S. H. HARDWICK, W. H. TAYLOE, I ., "

pose there is:nothing equal to Chamberlain's writes: "There is more merit in Foley'sHoney General Paseenger Agent, Au't GenT Pass. Agent, % 1 -
Stomach and Liver Tablets; one and Tar than in any other cough THE FEg'bL. ; J
do good than The calls for it multirtk wonderfully weT runty n>ad I8 i, Washington, D. c. rtt, C:: l=' s
will more syrup.
dose of them you oS.8Ld
blood ; and we sell more of "' further informal ion IQ "UuaTT': 15 1902. rrEhel % "
best purifier.
of the
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a dollar igt' fti'rtlW'j. Lock Bog 'isLid t.._ . ., J t'
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r'.t J. VOL. XXII. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY,, APRIL 4, 1902. NO. 50.

f I

CURRENT[ ll0C LCON1CS. Indianola has INDIANOLA.added another social favorite -I l LATEST l NEWS[ NINCIDENTS.D 1 [ l Special Monday Sale at,KLINE'S April 7th, 1902. BITS or f FACT l AND" GOSSIP I .

to the inhabitants of this cheerfu

Brief Mention of What Is Going On ID and go-ahead burg, in the person of Mr. Matters of Interest That Are Happening: Shirt Waists, the finest seen in Titus- Current Events of the I'resentf'eek

Yt. and About Tltusville.y James L. Crawford, of Scranton, Pa., who Around Town. ville, all tailor made, in patterns to suit Portrayed In llrlef.

Send watches for repairs to W.M.Wood-1 with his family have spent the past two Our specialties.-New novelties, watch the most fastidious, must be seen made to'be of Mr. W. M. Brown is at Miami this
These waists
appreciated. are
ward, DeLand, Fla.V ork guaranteed. !i winters among us. Their, fine cottage, and jewelery repairing, diamonds, etc.Whaler's week on a business trip.
an excellent quality of Madras cloth in all
built this season, is nearly completed, and jewelry store.
Mail Clerk Collins was taken ill it is an ornament to the village. In order colors, polka dots in latest designs, worth Mr. G. A. Willard, of Braidentown,

Wednesday, and Postmaster Bassett took I I I to do something towards the winter's fes- Fish Warden Robinson returned to St. $1 75, for 98 cents, for Monday only. who recently paid a visit to Indian river,

I' his run to Sanford that day. I tivities, Mr. Crawford invited everyone Lucie yesterday to resume his official du- Sheets, just think of it, 81 by flO inches will make Miami his future home.Dr. .

.Mrs. H. B. Saunders, of West Palm i in Indianola to the house-warming, which ties. Mrs. Robinson and baby boy will made of the hest quality of bleached L. A. Peek, of Melbourne, arrival

Beach, spent a part of Sunday and Monday took place on Thursday evening, f he 27th follow\ later. sheeting, at prices that surprise all, the in town yesterday. He has had a very

in town visiting among some friends. inst. Every one and his wife was presentto We are indebted to W. H. Maxwell,.of celebrated Defender brand, at 59 cents, busy season, professionally, with the

the number of eighty or more, and a this place, for some very fine strawberries the usual price is 85. tourists for the past two months.Mr. .
church next
Services at the Methodist
delightful evening was spent at progressive which he supplied the editor with a Figured Dimity, the most beautiful assortment -
Sundayat 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. Sun Geo. F. Paddison, Eau Gallic's
offered the ladies of
euchre and dancing, elegant refresh- few days ever to our
,. I) day school at 3 p. m. A. M. Daiger, ago. for children's dresses prominent lumber merchant, was in town
city as
the patterns
ments being served during evening,
Indian River Ice factory was started up Sunday and Monday, and called at this
pastor. well ladies 15 cents usual 25.;
which will long be remembered as one of as price
after some repairs including office ere leaving Monday for his home.
again Tuesday -
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold have received line
the most enjoyable ever spent by both old Again we just a new
service in St. Gabriels church, Titusville, and young people here. To give a list of new coil pipes. Mr. Gladwin was in of ladies V necked Cambric Night Gowns, Dr. J. :M. Dixon and Mr. Bobbett
of the work.
on Sunday, April 6th! both morning and those present, one would almost requireto charge three rows of Hamburg insertion between went to Cocoa yesterday to be present at

and evening. get from the postmaster the list of patrons BEAN CRATES. clusters of spaced tucks, fine Hamburg the 80th birthday celebration ot the doc

4, Mr. J. S. Coats returned to Rockledge of Indianola postolfice, as every one Just received by Bond Lumber Co.. i I embroidery around neck and sleeves, tor's mother, Mrs. Jane Dixon, who is

yesterday, after a short stay at his La- apparently was present. Ttiey will fill your orders promptly. sleeves also trimmed wjth clusters of now in good health and able to do house-

= Grange place. His nephew, Mr. Gideon, Indianola has many attractions, but tucks, $1.75 would be a small price, they work.We

who has been at Palm Beach, has gone to perhaps the leading characteristic of the Admiral Dewey.All will go Monday at 98 cents; also one learn that the marriage of Mr. JohnJ.

Hot Springs, Ark. place is its homelike sociality, and Mr. Titusville, with their cousins and made in the same style, regular $1.00 Joyner and Miss.Jvate Chancey will

The realistic romance of Titusville, en- and Mrs. Crawford have won the hearts aunts, turned out Saturday afternoon to quality for 59 cents; also one of $1.50 take place Sunday evening in the public

titled "Jolly Uncle Josh and His Great of the old inhabitants by their quiet, greet the Hero Manila.. The crowd commenced quality for 89 cents. school building at City Point. Mr. Joyn-
sociable We do not expect Mr. Ladies Cam riG Umbrella Drawers, er's old-time friends in Titusville .
Generosity which was announced last ways. to assemble at the depot an hour many
Crawford to give an annual housewarming trimmed with wide' hemstitched ruflle, extend congratulations in advance.Mr. .
week will be found complete in this issue before the time of the expected arrival of
worth 50 for 29.
but as we have a picnic every year the train and the band dressed in uniform cents, '
on 5. Read it. I C. S. Beadle and wife, Dr. lieen!
page for the benefit of Indianola and the win- White Bed Spreads, Marseilles pattern,
saluted him with air
a popular A. Beadle, after a very pleasant stay here
:Mr. J. A. Hughes and family and Mr. ter visitors at nearby villages, a home- when the train arrived, and a$ Admiral extra size, worth 2.50, for $1.49. of over two weeks, left Wednesday for

and Mrs. G. W. Scobie and little daughter folks party once a year, such as this was, Dewey appeared on the car steps he was New lot of oil opaque Window hades'just their home in Michigan, stopping off at

:Merle expect to leave next Tuesdayfor would be well attended. given three hearty cheers. All who could in, mounted on patent Hartshorn many prominent places en route. They
Connecticut via the Ocean Steamship The Crawford family is a decided acquisition rollers, all colors, the regular 40 cent
tiled past and shook hands with him, the expect to build a winter home in Titna-
Chattahoochee, via Savannah. to Indianola, and we trust as admiral addressing some kind word to quality for 25.Boys' ville ere another season.
/ the years go past their interest in our vil- all with smile to Knee Pants, in wash goods, all
:Mr. J. E. Pendleton, head clerk in lage will increase to such an extent that the, children a pleasant who forward particularly and he size, handsome patterns, worth 50 cents, Mr. R. R. Gladwin, of Fort Pierce, arrived -

Kline's dry goods emporium, was calledto they will come early and stay late every came for 29. in town Tuesday, and while here
the little
his home in Leesburg Saturday by the winter, and have many of their friends seemed to greatly enjoy meeting Your money cheerfully refunded if that day concluded the purchase of E. B.

illness of his sister? Mr. Pendleton re- with them. ones. goods are not as represented. Wager's naphtha launch, which will be
The admiral will remain at St.
turned yesterday, and left.his sister very Augustine JULIUS KLINE. used in connection with Mr. Gladwin'sfish
for the remainder of the and
much improved.Mr. FOR SALE. season, Titusville, Fla. i business. Mr. Gladwin left with the
also at the ball in
was a guest
Mail orders filled for of bunch for Fort Pierce Wednesday
Sam. Childs, of Cocoa, will be located Six fine young Jersey Cows, and a registered : honor of Gov. Jennings;which took placein promptly any morn-

for the next six weeks at Fort!, Jersey Bull, :3 years old. Also, a the Ancient city last night.; the above goods. ing.The
4 II. Marine and Boiler will' yawl Merle S., belonging to Mr.
Pierce, for which place he left Saturday, Pj. Engine or Two ladies came near being left from
brick to exchange for 6 II. P. Sta. Engine and S Easter Sunday<< in Ankona.I Scobie, was found sunken on the bottom
where he will erect a building I the train, fts they did not hear the warning -
II. P. Boiler. For particulars address of the river Sunday morning caused by
be used by the bank, which will move E. W. AMSDEX, of "All aboard!" and had to be assisted believe this is the first time that a ,
her rudder getting loose and falling downso
y there from Melbourne. Ormond, Fla. on board after the train had been church meeting has been had at Ankonaon
that the rudder head started a leak in
well started. One fell but. Easter Our gatheredat
nearly was Sunday. people
Mr. and lire. Geo.!. Robbins and sons the hull by pounding in a seaway. For-
f+ Rufus and Richard, also Mrs. G. T. Anthony Change of Railway Schedule. caught in time to prevent an accident. the former Hitrginbotham house, just tunately the boat was near the shoal,and
north of the ft This
left Tuesday to visit the Charles posto in the channel that she
not M was: only
Force Force Force the latest
Commencing Tuesday Wednesday, was purchased last year by Mrs. E. M.
ton exposition, where they will spend breakfast food out have tried it? partially submerged.
1st and 2nd the two ; you
it for
April parlor car Saylor, who generously fixed up
several From there Mrs. Anthony
days. Sold by W. E. Goldsmith.TO .
and the trains the F. Railroad men that there has never
trams:! two night on holding services and Sunday school every say
expects to visit her parents, Capt. and I
E. C. railway were discontinued by the RENT. two weeks, when He, Mr. Sawyer, from been a larger number of private cars
Mrs. R. P. Paddison in Point Caswell,
'I transportation department between Jack- Tibbals, comes up to prl'ach.Irs.. Say- passing through Florida in a season, and
K. C. Two Fish House dock Fort
sonville and Miami. We till have two on at lor, I understand, Donates the buildingfor there has not been a single day during. the
Pierce. P. P. CORK.
Mr. E. L. Brady returned Monday from I trains daily each way between Jacksonville a year. Saturday an organ was taken past few weeks that special cars have not

a trip to Alabama, where he was (called and Miami. there by :Mr. Geo. Saeger, and Sunday been at several stations on the F. E. C.

few days ago by the illness of his brother, Commencing Wednesday, the 2nd inst., Easter Sun<
Mr. Adhemar Brady left Wednesday foi r the summer train service between New Sunday was a beautiful and :glorious Miss Alice, together with Mr. Saeger, traflic is tremendous, and railroad men

the bedside of his brother. We understand Smyrna and Jacksonville was inaugurated Easter day, but for the sudden shower carried flowers there to decocate the say that it far exceeds anything of previous -

that the case is a complication oj f on approximately the same schedule as which passed over us about noon, when house. years.It .

a diseases, and that changes for the bettei last summer. the rain just poured down for a few min- Mrs. Pratt arrived here last night from was a great pleasure yesterday to

or worse occur quite suddenly. Changes on Mayport branch includes utes. The church services were largely Daytona for a visit to her 'isterIrs., : J. greet our'11I11 r. I). S. DeVinne, of

Col. W. G. Winans has given up through parlor car service, which will be attended. Archdeacon Brown addressee: A. Tancre. Mrs. Walker and two children the DeVinne Press! New York city, whois

position with the Indian River hotel, and handled on main line trains 28 and 29, a large congregation at St. Gabriels in arrived some days since from Day- here on Indian river for a few days'

left for the lower river Tuesday. Mr,, transferring at Union station, JacksonVille the mOl mug, the theme of his somewhat tona, their old home. recreation, mingling among his Florida

Bast still retains Mr. Chas. Case as clerk, from and Mayport branch trains lengthy discourse being on the resurrection Capt. T. C. West, Mayor of Melbourne, friend, and incidentally\ looking after his

The colonel is a genial' fellow, and wel Nos. 18 and 19. of Jesus of X. zareth. The floral decorations visited Ankona la week.. The next day pineapple.. plantation, located near Mala

liked by everyone. He has been will m The parlor car seat fare between Jacksonville were quite elaborate and very we were gladdened by a visit fl'OlIrs.. bar. THE !STAR received a t'or.hall"tlll

Mr. Bast for several years, but the hote I and Pablo, Atlantic Beach and handsome. As an offertory, Miss La sen Price, Mr. West's daughter, and in company from Mr. }) YinJJe boon after his arrival.

business for the coming summer woulehardl Mayport is 25c.; The through parlor car sang Dudley Buck's famous solo, Fear with her Mr. and Mrs. Tancre visited He will be in town for a day or so.Mr. .

)' warrant maintaining such a larg
office force.A will be made by combining the seat faresto : appreciated by the congregation.In nicely entertained by Mr. Frank Tylerand Gertrude Elsie and Laura hi-s and Mr. .

and from Jacksonville. I the afternoon the weather was so I Mrs. Tyler. Our enjoyment was enhanced I Bert Ives, also Mr.: and Mr:. It. li. Twining
meeting of the railroad commissionwill 'I' ly a visit to the beach in MrSummeilin's .
bright and clear that people were impelled and child, all of Philadelphia, who
be held in Tallahassee on May 1st to I FOK SALK. to be out of door, making it a day launch, a very staunch and have been spending some time at thrIves

revise and amend freight classification A Drugstore in one of the best cities in both of pleasure as well as religious exer- fast boat. place. in Lai range, took their departure -

No. 1, with special reference to lumber S C., or will rent the storeroom with furniture ,cises. for the north, all rail, Wednesday
laIHI-; :;.
lots. Heretofore the rate and fixtures. Fine
rates in carload opportunity I At the evening service in the Presbyterian -
afternoon. Mr. Ives and his family a-
feet. Under for doctor drulst.d AMOS Twelve colonies of Italian Bees, with I
has been 4,000 pounds per 1,000 or res ; .
I church, the building was packedThis usual, !spent the entire winter with u-.
all the inplements- start an
marked GLADSTONE: Tampa Fla. necessary
if ,
the former rating a car was
I being Mr. Hughes' lat sermon, everyone apiary. For sale: cheap by Mr. and Mrs. Twining were hi-re aUt'..rm I rL'u

40,000 pounds capacity, the limit was who could possibly attend waspieseiit. :: J. MENDEL, Titusville! Fla. weeks. We hope to see them ail 1 "

10,000 feet of lumber. Under the proposed Land Company Embarrassed. He delivered a most interesting | another season. .

change of would 3,000 pounds get a benefit per 1,000 of I According to the Baltimore Sun, the i discourse, and cxprt"ctll'l'grt't: at having Weather Heport.foUMMtKY In the last i i-Mie of the Miami M It t tolis t.p: \ -
feet, a shipper to preaching on account of his
Florida East Coast Commercial up
about om-third in weight, making a carload I company iI j FOR MARCH, BY REV. J.H.. we note the following par.ltrapb, :
than 13,000 feet of lumber, a is in a pretty bad way, and a receiver has II | health. WHITE.. S. WEATHER OBSERVER. 4 I The members of the Miami ban I ,+n.I 1 II
more I numher'of the little folks
decided advantage to the lumberman. been appointed. This is i the company I A: lame; gath- Highest temperature on the :!!Ith, 84.5; i citizens of :Miami are urd-r noligat.oii-! I" \>,
ered at the Indian River hotel Sunday I
I that was to cultivate sugar and nee in I lowest temperature on the 5th, 40.0. I I Messrs. W. S. Braiuiing, I It. K. }11I1I-. Ir ,
afternoon for an Easter: hunt, which
Yolusia. county on lands known as the egg; and Matthews of the 'htuaviile band f t.r;
I I ,
TO RENT. little each Mean for the month 7.5; ; avera2'mean
I was'arit'd
by presenting
\ John S. Lowe grant. These lands were I a I ,
and valuable assistum '
their 11'
Two Fish Houses on dock at Fort child with handsomely decorated eggs, for 21 ycarGiA; highest; mean for :21 years presence
the in June last: "
Pierce. 'Enquire of P. P. Conn. purchased by company them to ice The I ill 1SS2: i1.;;; lowest mean for :21 years in inn fair week 'here. Thenboy!" did uiiu t.
and cream. I
I from Miller II. Creighton, for its entire I, treating libl.t.: / .;;. toward enabling our boys to II..IM"n: ,,1

THE FINEST HOUSE! j I authorized capital stock of 100,000 shares. shower that came up about noon would Rainfall in inches, 1.15; average for 25; I: music during the carnival week, .11.<:i Lt'
search for
made the
i| The bill of complaint alleges: that the : probably have egga : Metropolis, in the name ofth., poi i I , 'L I .-
for 25ar; in IbT.S
;3 10
lumber furnished by ; greatest > ,
Is that built Wjith owes at least 62,000 for its current rather moist affair for the little ones, so j I years I
Bond Lumber Co., Titusville, Fla. Let I company and that it hay assets the handing out of the Easter eggs: was ,; S..74; least for :25 years in J8JW, 0).:20. desires to express: its api'I"t'l'tll"r.( : [ t t-
expenses, no I them also to the efficient !. Mi
as na i.
them till your order.OltAGE to the occasion. Prevailing; direction of wind, southeast.Number .
except the land in question, on which very.appropriate I of clear day, U>; number of W. E. Youngs; who entertained\ H.,' > .--
I for 1901 Easter fjrs; : rolling and egg: ; hunting; ,
unpaid. :
the are .
taxes .
i fair 10 number of cloudy days 2 iting; band tJOlImkill: thnit.t. -
.' TENTS FOR SALE. parties for the !little ont were quite numerous -I days, ; ,

\ 700 McFarland Fruit Protection Co. GARDNER'S SPECIALS. I II in town, and special mention is I number of days with rain, 3. pleasant one.

tents, all sizes, at 20 per cent. off regular duP that also: held at the home of :\11'.1 l Island Home, Merritts Island, Fla. I'lNi: PLACE FOIL SAL..

't prices; immediate delivery; made by the I Guitar Banjo Violin Harmonicas. I I aI.lllr:5.. W. M. Ul'OwnIonllay after- I.
Merntt-I I-.i.'r! i i.
Located Banyan, on !
Gingham, I LAM roil SALE.
known McFarland of water- Apron
process when the little tots had '
proofing and mildewproofinghoopsstakes; : Another! lot Toilet Soap, :3 for lOc. j ji : noon, an unusually Forty-acre tract of land fronting on St. 700 feet front on Indian awl Ban.u.a Ii iv -
all i Crokinole Boards, 99e. ood time. fiver mile and halt from ers 11 10-100 acres ill all; ten at-i+\- improved
and lamps furnished with each tent, f I i Lncie about a a .
The end of the lenten season ushers in i 700 citrus tr.- grupefi '+.t. .:
ready to erect. The only absolute protection ; 10-piece Toilet Sets, 3.00 and 3.25.; I I Jensen fctatiuti. Particularly well adaptedto ; e-:
;. to an orange tree against a freeze. i 12-piece Toilet Sets, $-1.5 to J7.50. I II again the" opportunity of gay festivities, :I growing pines. Some improvements an;:es all varieties, lemon-, lim I i -, i''MmIuuavas

No more to be had at these prices. Ad- I CHAS. A. GARDNER, Titusville, Fla. \;I patties, picnics, etc., which will be in i iI on the place. Fronts on the county road I : ; 14.UUO Avocado pines; grapes LaM, ban.' :as,

' dress, William. Brown, Titusville, Fla. I : order from now on. on the north. For further information ; mangoes, pears. crop wa
i Lock Box B Titus- '175 boxes guavas, :'JO 1 boxes oranges, 1'io;
and ,
i I II I price,
1)0 crates vegetablewin -
I crates pines! ; -
I Marine and Stationary Gas Engines. ___ ter crop pines and oranges: now on. Kiglit;
About SS acres of good high land on : Guaranteed. Agency, Roseland, Florida. i iI' One hors, 1C hands; wagon and har POST: FOR PIa.1PFLE SR EllS t I room house, 4 inch artesian well, driven

the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat Two small launches for sale. ; Hess complete, SSS.(J if sold quick. Address I And other purposes. A few thousand well soft water, wharf, warehouse, pack .

the Narrows, described as follows: Lot I' : : "Z," care STAR, Titusville, Fla. I left. Cheaper than sawn posts; will last ing house, tool house, store, two acres \

No. 3, section 35, also lot No.3, section DIIAY1NO.All I 5 to 10 years longer. We sell nothingbut under poultry fence. Rich land w'j.l.'J_
j 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. m 1 1I WANTED TO LEASE. : good, solid heart lightwood. Subject natural growth of live oak, bay and/
This l land is unimproved but finely lo kinds of hauling and draying attended : I If further part
examination. Order trees. want
I A small hotel anywhere on east coast or to now. you
cated. For further particulars addressE. I to promptly. I meet all trains. !! Indian river. Rent must be moderate. I F. W. WHITE & Co., and price, address P., care >T.VK < *'... *_i
M. Low Stove wood for sale. I'r
of STAR officp '- I Roseland Fla. Titusville.: / j t
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r : : f. THE JLO.STAR was revolutionary, and. that its acceptance DEAD BODY FOUND IN RIVER. '
:, would imperil the equal I THE f FLOOD D TIDE HAS R RECEDED.r [ f THE MOST COMPLETEElectrical :

.... ; Entered. at the postoffice at Titasville as representation of states in the sen- Supposed to be That of Captain Taylorof

't ;i., ..L... .. second-class- mail matter. ate. This peril seems to the public Dtai fmhtttries' That Were Compelledto South Jacksonville. .. *
"; 'f Jacksonville, Fla., April 1.-The Supply 1
't-j:. "BUll B. Wager, Editor and'Publishera' distinctly far fetched. Shut Down Have Resumed Opera dead body of a white man floating in

3 ;' ,I The proposed amendment would tions-Large Number of Families the St. Johns Driver has been found and
leave undisturbed the constitutional
near Mayport.
,s Lost All Household Effects. ConstructionHouse
'f.s provision guaranteeing equal The body, which was much decomposed
;' d BBRCl tIPTION. 81.50 PER ANNUM; -
1 t *:'" ,.... '75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. representation in the senate. Sen- Knoxville. Tenn., March 31.-A special ,. has been identified as that of r ,

Ii"\ to The Sentinel from Harriman Captain Charles C. Taylor, a former
ator Penrose of has
Pennsylvania, IN THE SOUTH
r;:. IdYertlsing Rate Furnished ont says: resident of South Jacksonville who (
attempted to give an apparent excuse ooo
:4: s .. Application. Tae flood tide has completely receded disappeared suddenly on Feb. 4 last
'\ for Senator Hoar's fear by of- hIs launch the Bessie, being foundIn 000
r ?=t., It'must be clearly understood that neither fering an amendment to the house In the Emery river and six of the the marsh near Fulton. Accordingto Electrical Supplies, Dry Batteries,
: THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for twelve industries that were invaded by
expressed by correspondents. .resolution providing that. each state what could be learned from Mayport Sal Ammoniac Batteries, Samson

1 L'- opinions shall be allowed an additional sen- the nigh water, resumed operations to it was positively stated that the identity Batteries, Edison LaLande Batteries -
day. The remaining industries will ue Holtzer-Calwt Sparking Magnetos
: Subscribers' will confer a favor on THE had been established, though -
i : ator for"every half million peopleit running it is All for Gas Ignition.
by Thursday morning, Engine
STAB if they will notify us of any failure to some persons have regarded it as ,
has. This amendment however thought. The is Supplies for above carried in stock.
:,p receive their paper.Communications ,I aggregate damage remarkable that the body could ,

... 7'''<,:':i' is merely proposed by an enemy of now placed at $75,000, of which have been preserved for nearly seven 000
on live topics especially amount Mayor Claude HendrlcKS -,--- -.
1 the house resolution in order, if weeks.
solicited. But the editor oooFlorida
of local interest,are
}., reserves the right to condense them to suit. possible, to bring ridicule] upon its states the city will suffer $1,500 on The body was found afloat in the
of neighborhood news always account of washing streets near the river Electric Co.
;'. Brief items principle: at the mouth of Sisters creek, ,
{:/ desired. river and flooding of the light and wa- which is not a great distance from the
In this
; commenting upon same ter JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
plants of the city. The former
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: place where the launch was run
=; The whole country is profoundly subject The Outlook says that it will be ready for service, Wednesday ashore. At the time it will be remem

disturbed by tne action of the beef seems more likely to bring the rid- night and the latter has already re bered, Captain Taylor went off aloneIn M.D.. L. DOD ON,

I. trust in' advancing the prices of all icule upon its author, who oughtto sumed. his launch on a Sunday. He was

until. know that an amendment lessening Many Families Lost All. quite an old man and was very fond of Dentist.Office .
kinds of fresh meats they are
the influence of the smaller making excursions up and down the just west uf Indian River Hotel.
1; almost prohibitive to the poorer Authentic figures place the numberof Only first class work, at greatly -
river by himself. A fisherman discov-
the cities-the states in the senate is sure to be families affected by the flood at 25. reduced prlcos.
classes. In some of ered the abandoned craft
small dealers unpopular, since the smaller statesare Of these 15 are totally destitute, having partially TITUSVILLE, YLOUI DA.
larger cities-many submerged the next day and considerable
lost everything they had. Ten
in the
'.i.- ( have had to close their shops, because always numerically ma- families lost a portion of their effects. of a mystery was evolved as to GEO. M. ROBBINS, F. A. MOBBdActoary.

f, i of the lack of trade. The jority, and that even if his? amend- Only three houses were totally destroyed what had become of the owner of the President. .
ment secured the assent of two- launch.
f' i I!, poorer classes have been practically here, the remaining 22 residences BBEVARDWrecked
r thirds of the states it still could not
the of being more or less damagedThe
: < compelled to abandon use ---- - --

I, fresh meats. The reason's'given for become a part of the constitution.That city council has raised a fund of OUTLAY. SPREADS TERROR.: AbstractCOMPANY of Title

document specifically stipu- $600 for the relief of these families,
: > i this great increase in prices are that lates that while other amendment and in addition, citizens have contributed . South Carolina Negro, Roaming Wild, -- t --'--- T - -Q-.

there is a scarcity of range cattle, any considerable bedding, clothing and Defies Arrest
) be the vote
and that corn, on which stall-fed may adopted by food. Today all the homeless families Columbia. S. C.. March 31.-Word
i of two-thirds of the states "no Will furnish abstracts of title
; t cattle are fattened, is remarkably i have been provided with homes and was received from Horry county Sat- for lands in Brevard county.
I state, without its consent, shall be necessaries of life and urday that John Harrell, des-
,. high. It is true, of course, thatthe every man, a negro OFFICE UNDER LAW OFFICE 0'1OEO

':.'' prices of corn and oats are high, deprived" of its equal suffrage in the woman and child! in town who desires perado and an escaped convict, is run M. BOBBINS, TITUSVILLE, FLA.

senate. Senator Penrose should work is given employment. The six ning' loose and terrorizing people of .
: but why there should, all at once, -- -- - -- --
i .. read the constitution before he at- idle industries employ about 250 pea that
section. He has made threats
of cattle is not
be such a scarcity
i tempts to frighten the small states ple when running. These and many against the lives of some of the best ROBBINS
apparent. more are engaged in cleaning up debris -
"n by a threatened loss of equal repre- citizens of the county; including the
from the path of the flood.
sentation in the senate. .ntendant, the magistrate, the clerk of & GRAHAM
tt r' Questionable Justice. Damage to Railroads.
I' -- the court, the deputy sheriff and 4'- CO.

r i t- It seems that Jones, the valet, in It is now certain that Senator The Harriman and Northeastern others. ( Paid
Incorporated. Capital $25OGO.GO# )
the famous trial of Lawyer Patrick Jones of Arkansas was defeated in railroad lost its bridge along the river There seems to have been some up
.. This landsin
for the murder of millionaire Rice, the primaries for reelection*. The and is now negotiating with the South.ern doubt among the county officials as to the company Indian River owns Coun-
railroad to come into the city over whose business it was to arrest the
in New York is to free his con-
t ,. go. campaign was very hotly contested, the Southern's tracks from DeArmond, negro. As a result there has been little try, on the St. Lucie River,

._ fession having aided the Prosecution both the senator and his opponent, a junction point about a mile east ol: or no effort to capture him. at New River, and ou Biscayne -

4' in securing the conviction of Ex-Gov. Clark, appearing on the the city. The Northeastern also lost Governor: :McSwecrey has offered a Bay.

Patrick. The ,prosecuting attorney stump in nearly every county.EAU two or three bridges at and near Pe- reward of $100 for his capture, as he PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.

.' : is quoted in one of the NTew York tros and its trains may not reach that considers the case a serious one and Send for land libt.

.;. city papers as saying that without GALLIK. town for several days. However, deserving of official notice. OFFICE." AT. .

k ; Jones' testimony he could not have Rev. B. F. Brown was the guest of trains will run from DeArmand as far TITl'SVILLE AND MUII.L .
t ,
as possible.The
Georgia Society Elects Officers. --- -- ----
/' secured the conviction of Patrick. Mrs. Trentler on Sunday.J. .
Southern railway trestle here is New Ycrk. April 1.-At a meetingof
It will be remembered by those A. Gilbert is laying new tIl'wllksinfront being rebuilt and trains will likely run the Georgia Society of New York,

j \\\ho kept up with the evidence in of his cottages on Young street. through to Oakdale tonight. The roadis the annual election of officers resultedas

the case that Jones' testimony was Mr. and Mrs. Pingrey, of Delevan, N. thoroughly repaired to Willow follows: President, James Graybill; JJ J

., { unsupported in .many of its most Y left for their northern: home on Wed Springs, 1 1-2 miles from here, and vice president. E. T. Charlton; secretary -

< i important details. Jones also made nesday. trains are now running from Knoxville David Robinson; treasurer, J. B. '
: ) several confessions, each differing :Mr. and Mrs. Xesbitt celebrated the to that point. Williams; members of the executivecome : \

:oOtli anniversary of their wedding on The Cincinnati Southern's bridge ittee, Lewis B. Mercer, W. A.Strachan .
r< from all the others he acknowledged ;
r ,f fu Wednesday.Mr. over the Emery river was reported as Felix Russat, J. B. Gray M.
himself to be a liar, a thief, : having gone Saturday night but this J. Verdery: honorary: board George
: and Mrs. Amsden and
., a murderer, and an all-around villain daughterare was exaggerated as the damage was Foster Peabody car:.uel Spencer M.
at the Granada hotel. from
i' :.t, ; he was what might be termed Ashtabula, Ohio. They arc to the north abutment caving in S. Plant, R G. Erwin and Patrick Cal- f rZ

a conscienceless and dangerous which was repaired by Sunday morn- houn.

r character-still he i is to he turned The Messrs.! Yates, of Buffalo, N. Y ing. The tunnel on this road at the

were in Eau Gallie last week in then end of the .ridge was repaired S,tur- Famous Comedians to Appear Again.Chicago .
> loose fur his having aided the state
.' launch the Genessee.
powerful ,
day. Very heavy damage was done at 'f
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April 1.-Robson and Crane 1 rfi t orrr. tf$
: in the conviction of another man. Mrs. :Marietta Ives left on Thursday for Oakdale, the yards of the Southern and are to be reunited after a separation of

E' { i This is regarded all right on the Grand Rapids, Mich., after a pleasantstay the Cincinnati Southern's bridge being eight years. It may be for only one !

1 side of the law, but we say it i is a an with :Mr..and lIrs. Ainsworth. submersed, :!': and the tracks more or performance, or it may be for two.

;i i imposition community, and is Russell I*. Yates has purchased} the less washed. The flood penetrated the One is to be held in New York and should Your borne protected and property...
!., r liable to be an outrage on justice, launch Jean from Hodgson Bros.::! and first floor of the Babahatchee Inn, the the other, if held, in Chicago, and both

A a, for a man who admits of his being take the craft to Rube Sound for future largest l.otel between Somerset andChattanooga are for the fund raising to establish a Insurancefrom
7 : and that portion of the home for indigent player folk. Infor-
t a liar, thief and murderer would use.Miss building was vacated. FIRE LIiilU'MMt,
mation of the
: Hodjon entertained few friends proposed joint appearance
: in testimony a andt'Y'LONr>;, The
i I' hardly hesitate to give Thirteen houses washed t'X-
t on Tuesday in honor of :\1 rs. Marietta awayat of the famous comedians has j*>nse is small < oni|>ar<'d tll
p't i that would convict another: Ive8, of (.rand Rapids Mich.: who left Oakdale and other points and the been received in a telegram from Mr. the risk! of a I atii,trophy

-y crime that he could be charged occupants of these are reported home. Robson's like thi- Write to i rSdinyltr ask
t 4:: any for hei northern home Thursday.Mrs. manager, Daniel V. Arthur.
less and In need of assistance. Others & .
i 1 with. Biddle and :hiss Wood, of Pirila suffered less Branning, .,
more or damage from
delphia, are staving at the Granada for a Body Buried at Sea. for reliable information.

} # i Popular Election of Senators. month or two. Mi.-s Wood is a most persevering water invading their houses. Jacksonville, Fla., April 1.-A gloom -- rates, I'll'.. l'tI'. , . . .

r tisherwonian and successful.Mr. was cast over the relatives of AlbertE. -
This year for the fourth time, and very TENNESSEE RIVER RISING.N. .

'i/ this time unanimously, the house : and Mrs. K. W. Stickney, Mrs. Frost in this city yesterday whena EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.

c of representatives has passed: a resolution Zorada Call tit'IJ and :Miss Eliza Stickney C. & St. L. Traffic Still'Blocked letter was received by T. V. Cashen! G. F. DUREN, Agent,
stating that Mr. Frost had died
have cruise to in
gone on a points South by Washouts.
. to amend the constitutionso i board the schooner Garfield, bound for
Florida in tHe catboat Alice. The
!:: partyIrfr March
Chattanooga 31.-The
that United States senators shall on Thursday: la>t. Tennessee South:: America on Feb. 5 last and the
hereafter bo elected by the people river is still rising and may body had been buried at sea. :Mr. Frost Florida
The Hauler! services in St. John church reach 32 feet by tomorrow, or 1 foot yt
# ; of the several states instead of by was formerly superintendent of the .a.r
t. were well attended on Sunday e\e. Large;: under the (dancer: line, when the fall T. V. Cashen Lumber and
has a mother, brother and sister esternIrats
J t .. this resolution has never been allowed the altar and I in the chancel of the falling. Fruit crops in this section Jacksonville on East Adams street.livingIn s' -

:t'J"f to come to a vote in the sen- church by the members. were saved from destruction by frost -- \

. ate, the committee in charge uniformly The following party in the houseboat last night by high winds. Service Being Resumed. '

'k,. smothered it. Cruiser:: called at Eau GallieVedne.dav: The Nashville, Chattanooga and St. New Orleans, March 31.-.Service v III'all "
.t" Mrs. M..1. : Louis railroad traffic is still
and Mi-
Sprague : Berge, ofNew
: This however, supporters over the roads which have recently
-?: year
YOtk city, and :Mrs. Chapperton, : washouts between Murfreesboro inds.
'I of the rpfolutioii all over the country been badly crippled by storm and floodIs
: and Tullaboma. but the
k ..1 Master Hubert Chappeiton and Mi.sCoyle lines will be

have been active in its behalf, of I:1'cht'ott'r: and Capt. Stearns, open by tomorrow. Memphis and through gradually train being from resumed.the east The first the .

I ; ts and since the unanimous approval ul l ocklt'tIe., ; This::! party is bound for Charleston line of the Southern railway Northeastern since Thursday on pulled Titusville, Florida.

of the measure in the house, senators points on the south coast of Florida, and was opened for through business into the city today. SuperintendentCurran -

. have been fairly bombarded are delighted with our climate and the today. All other railroads have resumed says the washed out tracks E..L. MOTLOW .
, b(>,mtic.. of the east coast and Indian riv- regular schedule.
R with letters from their constituent have been repaired. The Mississippi .
a k er in particular. o a s a e e e e o e ,
> t asking them not to defeat the DEAL Valley and Illinois trains are running i !r
I t popular CLC3ED: FOR NEW LINE. 0a
: S s. again, but are late owing to the slow
' I will.Two
.-:' : \Veekl3 Weather Keport.
": time made over the tracks
j f "\ or three weeks: ago Senator tT.F..Dtp.\.Rnuyl' iliKICULTURE WKATH-! Holt Confirms Telegrams on flooded district.Confederate the recently o i

\ jerry, Arkansas brought the ER BUREAU. Return to Montgomery.! -
k. i t \ Comparative statement of temperaturesand Montgomery, Ala, March 2S.-Colonel ::
I -i- matter before the senate by proposing rainfall for the week ending Tuesday, B. L. Hoit has returned from New Museum. 1

i :R? : \. .r"I that the committee in charger April lat, 1 02. 1902 1901 York: and confirmed the telegramsthat Atlanta, March 28.-A number of

j } .r. ; the house resolution be asked to veterans of the civil war composingthe
:, \ DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. he had,closed the deal for a new
...: report it to the senate Mch.26. 77 6S bS 72 street railroad:: system. Confederate Memorial association I
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+: : 27. 75 (57 74 60 WINES
met here for the
i ..I' : _, :Senator McMillan, of Michigan, 28. 76 69 82 56 The New York firm with whom he business in transaction of 1uQUooP

; \ h.e chairman of the committee, at 29. 84 72 78 60 contracted is J. G. White & Co. Work connection with the move
; 30. 8H 71 78 65 ment having for its object the locationof
will begin in 30 days and the first line
T declared that the committee "
1 !e 31. 75 63 89 68 the Confederate t
ttt 1. 68 56 run will be to Pickett springs, 2 miles museum.TimesDemocrat f r r
April 82
I tided to report the resolution, 67
tt\ Total rainfall for the week.0.00 inch. out where a park will be made.

*\ pic,'> ator Hoar, of Massachusetts, Departure from the normal rainfall for the gejonel Holt says the new concern Editor Dead T :
; e week, minus 0 63 inch. New Orleans, March 31. 9
M hnm.r m/ odes of the committee, hotlkIo event sell out, but intimated -W. M
from normal rainfall ..
't ;J, a.i H. hi scold of*j& protest against 1,Departure 190'., minus 2 46 inches. . *4in-ct yiYork Mr. Cameron a't'11Y the old] concern. Grant- 6su8. Jl known editorial writer FINE WHISKIES WINES( BRANDIES

1.0 Senato"r.Har dedtho. HAL P.. all dru"MJbXWlS. are spending the..a fort J5y ;.... Aav *nr 'i I first T es-Detrncrat, died today u ,.
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>-", ;. --,,- . -- -.-,-,-_ -

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