Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: November 1, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00598
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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The' government -Ua* made this battlefield Odd Tax Law. I
: 1 l a national eemetry. and a little At Cotta, in Saxony, persons who .

,. "" . . white marble 'slab marks the spot did not pas their 'taxes last year are 1
TUittothe. Scene of the Little' Big Horn where each trooper' fell On the spot published in a lisp which hangs up,In ;tJI10'! ;It is not claimed that Foley'sHoney .

. allaeI'e' In Montana. where Custers s body was found:standsa ::all restaurants and saloons: of the city.
Special cor.espondence. of The Florida a.Star. large stone cross. The simple.epitaph I i Those that are on' the list 'can get W and Tar will cure Consumption -
on each of the little is .
white'markeUi neither meat nor drink at these pInc.esunde'r
BILLIKGS Mon. Oct. 28.:The inaccessibility -
"U.: S. Soldiers, Seventh Cavalry, Fell the penalty loss of license. Asthma in advanced
; of. the -Crow- reservation- . in Here June 25,187G." or

( tram Montana,making: has the prevented pilgrihage'to many' travelers the field LEONARD BALDWIN.. Belgian ,Railroads. stages ; it holds out no such false

.of the:Little Big Horn and the scene.of Setting a Prisoner .Free pur-chase ,

I the Caster massacre, still unaltered by A man with rheumatism is a prisoner. some minor private roads, became the hopes, but does truthfully claim to t
His fetters are none the less pal line be* .
the march' of civilization. No one. who possessor of the whole Belgian railroad
-- lausetbey are invisible. To him Perry always give comfort and relief in the I
makes this pilgrimage can come away. Davis' Painkiller comes as a liberator. system.

,. tdtl_ heart untouched.. Rubbed well :into the swollen, stiffened Adolph Bluner, Grand Mound Iowa
4 The spot. where Custer,fell is In themdst joints it not merely drives away the pain, write: "I have used Foley's. Honey and very worst cases, and in the early i

of. real Indian country. There it makes the muscles pliable tl at the Tar in my family and think it i<: the best
$ prisoner becomes a free man. There is cough cure on the market. I would not stages to effect a cure. 1
the "wild exists in its pristIne'roan.
but one Painkiller Perry Davis'. 25 and
be without it in my home as there is ,
The visitor needs no vivid imagination 50 cents. nothing so good for coughs and colds." .

to make real to him the incidents Wilson & Son.

r of that frontier war In which the BEAUTIFUL MEMORIAL. BANNER SALVE is a healing wonder. :

,, soldiers of:our little army won "er UI- Brooms.
A Father and Mother' Remarkable
son glory and undying fame." In 1700 were made the first broomsIn
Tribute to an Only Son. the broomcorn B. 1C. WILSON & SOY.I .
The'Crows live in tepees and' w.'cki-! this country from
\ [Special Correspondence.] American soil. The broom*
:. tIpS, as. did their fathers who planned CAMBRIDGE Mass., Oct. 29.-A new grown on and the '
made In Philadelphia
: and executed the massacre. They are architectural building has been opened were
of at the time as: an
event was spoken Florida
now peaceful, but they are still Indi at Harvard this year which President illustration of the development of the East Coast Ry.

: ans. .It Is fear and not love of the white: Eliot has called the most generous and *

; ; men that keeps them from the war i well considered memorial gift he has country.

i' path. ever heard of. Since President Eliot Tamerlane. Time Table No. 33. In Effect S-ept. 1, 1901. .

The battlefield is as lifeless on the has ,had unusual opportunities for Tartar .
Tamerlane conqnt'ror.had
:, SOUTH BOUND (Read Down.) (Read Up) NORTH BOUND. {
: day after the massacre. .Near it is ant knowing about such memorials whether a club foot. His real name was .. '
ao11 t\o.JJ No.J.i !!'NO. : Indian burying ground, trees In the given to Harvard or to other institu Timour Lenk or Timour the Lame. !Daily Daily Daily STATIONS. lJailyDa1Jll1! > ..
: branches of which 'were dead Indians' tions throughout the country, an account W ex.Su _ ecn_: -

.;" rolled up in blankets like mummies.The of the gift in his own words Is Geo. A. Points, Upper Sandusky, 0., ... ... 500plaWaLv........ Jal'konnll ..... Ar :lOOP-- bus .. . 03t ,
bOSpniusa ........80 Jaek.nnvil1e..Lv! 652J ..... >
: discovery of gold In the Black especially,interesting."Two writes: "I have teen using Foley's Honey: q =s ....., 615p 111a;) II ....... St. .Augustin .... .... "I I 5 5tp; ..... H 0
i" Hills in 1874 had attracted years ago," he says "the father and Tar for hoarseness and find it the < W ... 6-161 at'a ......... Haitin ......... Slip 82a.. .... Z Z
white pros- best I tried. It the q x E-t ....... 7001)12 Dap .........East Plllatka.........: .. .ji 3Gp :.... :> ba
:' ; 'pectors. The invasion of what the Indians and mother of a singularly strikingand remedy ever stopped ,..... .. 7 341)12 34p ........... Neoga............ 419p ... .... Q t'.2
considered unceded admirable youth lost him in Cam- cough immediately relieved all sore .... W. ...... 14 p12f2p" ............Bunne1l3....... .... i .Jlr.PI6Jaa: . .. ii ;>
country was ness." Take none but Foley's. Wilson & Z.... r';; ..... ;):! 12 Sap ". .............Dupont............ 4txp 60'ia' ,.....
I 1 regarded by them as an act of war and bridge of sudden disease-their only Son. 0 to .. 520p, l5p ............Ormond............ .. aasp 5 bob ..., ;] -4.ar1 ...
>. I was resisted with results. child. After a period of reflection they f= .,.. 800p; 18:1) ...........Daytona............ 32.2: 3.Jt1n. .. t.4q ......
bloody General 4 ...... Stop 14.p .........Port Orange ......... 312p 5tlo .. .......
t : Crook, In March, 1876 entered the asked what they could do here for a Wire Fences. M 0 539u 90Op 20ip ..........I.e'oDm1.rna ..... 2531) 5Oua, 25p 0

; Sioux known the memorial to their boy, and they were Wire fences in limited in : < b . .... 200t. ............OakHlll....... ..... II .3p ... 2u9h 0
country Crow
t now as were use o 6001i....... 3 Op ...........Titnsville........... II 155p ...... 135p .... p:
reservation to attempt the subjugation told that they could give a building to the neighborhood of Philadelphia as H .. ... ... ... S" ............. ro 'Ua. ........ .. J lip ...... Z. .tIF .:: .
of the rebellious the department of architecture. Mr. used ==i 1a Z ...... ...... 34p II .......Rockle e Junction. ..... II 1t1iF ............. tiC
reds and met with signal far back as 1816. The wire was c MO...... ...... dp ...........EauHallie.. ... ...... .. 1'' pip_ ...... .. . + ......... 0
: defeat at the hands of Sitting Bull Nelson Robinson and his wife of New manufactured by White & Hazel at 1 t'1 ...... ...... .4 233) It ......... oue 100 uroe........... h 123 .. ... ...... f"4 ,...,, Z
the banks of the Powder York united in a letter that they wanted their wireworks at the falls of O F .. .......... " ...........Sebastian........... 11'VtJp ):. .. 0 b
on rit'er.In Schuyl-
? a ...... . .... 55dp .. ......... ..St. LuL' e........... .11 lla ...:. ...:. x
the spring three expeditions were to give such a building for the train. kill. ooio4 W ............. tlMap .. .......... Fort Pierce.......... to HOuR ....... .... zj.
sent out to Ing of young men in that liberal art. o to-o4 ........ ...... 624p .. .............Tibhals............ ICDn; ... ..... rA 0 r +
accomplish what General '.. b E... ..... ...... 6 2crn. U ..............Eden.............. lU3a. ....... ..... trj br
Crook had failed to do. General Crook We welcomed the gift. But before Mr. Sickness. --q;> .. ....... -' .............J ensen.".u..... I O..a.... ... .. rj t='
commanded of andMrs.. Robinson sent us the money The average amount sickness in t!) I I............. 6t8p1.' .......... .. Stuart. : ......... id 18.. ..... ..... Z
one these expeditionsand human life Is nine of the .,..". .r "-.. ...... ........ob' Sound:.......... 9.383 ...... ......1 H tf:
was again repelled at the Rosebud for the building they sent us $100,000 days Z z.............. 7-)1': ...... .Wt't Jupiter.... .... .. 9Ja.: ... tzj: tf ,9
Tlver. Reno later as they said to endow the building to year. o -i ...... ...... 7 alp ........West Palm Beach....... .. DOlo.1. ...... .... t;;'
Major was sent on an b. o ...... ...... 82111 ...........Boyntou. ............ tcUia ..... ...... : cEt =
investigating tour down the Rosebud keep It in order, to, repair it, to make ...... ....... 8 3Jp .. ........... .Delray ............. 8 Zia: .. ..... W d t
":' and discovered sure that there was everything in It.. A HAPPY ..... ............. 91ap .......Fort Lauderdale. ...... 15)3...... ... ... tj t57p
broad -
a trail running ... ...... ....... 9 ..........L'<:.t y.......... 6 asa .. .. ...... ==
,\ toward the Big Horn river.' He returned which was needed for instruction in HOME p.4 .... ...... .. .100'11 Ar. .. ..... . . laml..I.v 643HutrrL ... .. ,

: and reported that a large number of architecture. They wanted to make .tartor Cars 'HI l'raUli 33 anti 73
Indians had been assembled and sure first that the building should be
; Is one where health t
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on the line of march. adequately maintained and properly Boa
With impure blood there cannotbe Sundiund Daily Daily MAYFORT BRANCH Daily Daily
Custer and the Seventh cavalry were- conducted. Only Only exSu ;I 72COp

"Next they sent $120,000 or there- good health. IO 108 6215E !S&Ja; Lv........... ....'ksounUe. .. .......... .. -\r;,7ua T4ap112 .-
ordered to follow up this trail and effect : With disordered 208pi10Da 6:' p 83&\ ...............80. Jaeksonn11e............._. i a.a 537 f 121 p .. ...
a junction with General Terry's about, which they were told would be a LIVER there 2 6 5: lOa ............. Pablo Beach ..... .......... to 7tba 50iip'll-' .
I/I the cost of the building and after a cannot be good blood. OpllO wall 700p 915a .... ........ .. -\tlanticBt-.ach. ..... .. ...... .Wa. 3'4Ipill; . ....
command, which was to ascend the BigHorn .. .
.. .
II o-' 715"' eSta AT .. . .Mavr"rr Lv tI n I i; 11tJa:
s by boats. Custer started from time they wanted to know what oughtto t
: ,Nu ., !'t
what is now Miles City Mon., went to go into that building as its first Daily'Daily u.'iu., r DailylDaily u'U.l'U.\.i."o.-ij! Daily Daily PALA'rK lil'. _XCH1'1 lIaily' DailyDaUc 1JuI1-:D.i1Y.Iii);

i due trail found by Reno, proceeded by equipment and they sent $20,000 to lOOp 83ap 435p111 .') tlaia Lv. .PalaTka t\rllti ARI fi2121i 1 1O'5A1p.i'l5QJ "
forced{ marches andwas ready for an buy casts and prints and photographs utt's Pills i >1 655p 11-5.)8'' -.-65.a' Ar .Exit Palat" .LJ 1'1 a ':' 1-.. 1-1 ,t. I .)0. :\t 7.i -nll

attack the day before the troops coming for the teaching of that subject. and o.SiINo.4.i; SAN "A''U B ......Cll. '!Da.' y Dw.V'.. ;
by boat could arrive. The Little Big after a year, when the building was Lv..... ...................... Eat Palatlia. ... .. ...... .. . ... Ar 1'l5.'ivI520a 1-Bil3a'TM1A;
Horn river is a rapidly flowing stream rising out of the ground they sent revivify the torpid LIVER and restoreits Ar. ..... . ... .. . .. ... .. San Mates' ..-... . . . . . I.,' lMa'.a.'

f- trom eight to forty yards wide. Between $200,000 more for the endowment of natural action. No II No. 2 No.ll t ,
It and the Big Horn Is prairie architecture that teachers and assist Daily'BRA.ICH.OHAti 'E CITY. (Daily Daily AN1'ORD B ;ANCB. !Dail1
1 ex.Su Ex8u, Q640p
land and between the Big Horn and ants and all manner of service might A healthy LIVER means pure 311,1) Lv. ...... 'ew Svmrna..Ar 7 1ka'Lv' .............Tit; . ......... r 1:>>V
't Rosebud rivers are the Wolf mountains.By be provided in their building for all blood._ 4lPI"+ ........Lake Helen..Lv SiIOp 712a; .............. 1Iinu..L 181
time to Now the of these 4 1" ..Orange Citv....... SUp 833a"' ........ ... .Osus n.. .. . .. .. ... U5a44.1pIAr..OrangeCitydc. :!
the latter route Custer approachedthe come. sum dpi .. ...... ... . . .
Pure blood means health. ...... 5tNp <1 ... ...En. rpri w.. .. 113in:
scene of the conflict From the divide gifts from Mr. and Mrs. Robinson is Health means happiness. '! 185.1 aA ............ .....mforrl II 00-.

his scouts discovered smoke and $402,625, without interest on the fund.
Fake no Substitute. All Druggists. These Time Tables show the :'imes at which trams may. n exoectel to arrive and riser/
This Is the most and well ..
saw herds grazing on the prairie. generous considered *
I' pony from the several stations, but their arrival or deom" "ie time -tatwl w not trUf'II'lteed. I
Because of the high bluffs the camp gift for a memorial object of -- -- nor does: the Company hold itself responsible tu.- a./ delay or any cunxUf>iioe4 aril

of the Indians was obscured, and Its which, have ever heard. It is a com ing therefrom. f
size could only be conjectured. The Indians plete provision not only for the memorial PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL '

soon learned of the proximity of purpose, but for the giving of In-
the soldiers. struction In a great subject perpetuallyin .

Custer decided to attack at once. The this university." MAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA. .

regiment was divided into three del Architects have been unanimous in
i ,
If 7011 haren't a regular healthy movement of the .
bowels d"t +t're ill or will\ be. Keep Leave Miami Mondays and Frid'ys.10 05 pm Leave Havana Wejla Saturdayl..1000.
l the every yo you
tachments. Reno attacked the center pronouncing new building a worthy .
bowels open,anu lie well. the tliaj.eof violent An ire Key West Tues.and Saturdays 100pm Arrive Key \\estA\eils and Sat 8 WpLeav"Kov .
of the Indian camp with three troops. monument of the art which it Is Intended physic pill poisoni* il.anirtrous. The smooth West Tues and Sundays .. 7 81 pm Leave Key West Thus and hniis 400... t
est,easiest, most jierfect way of keeping the bowels Ame Havana >d and :Mondays .531)am Arrive Miami Fridays and Monday 6 U)an
to well clear and clean is to take t
He was driven back in confusion and promote as as a touchingand
CANDY For copy of local time card address any Agent.
Intrenched himself in a ravine.In beautiful memorial of the young
the meantime Custer with five man whom it commemorates. CATHARTICEAT 1. :3. RAH ER. A3St. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. t

troops had assailed the lower end of FREDERICK ROCKWOOD. -

the camp. Bennett with the rest of the .

.regiments was at some bluffs four Reptiles With Two Thousand Teeth. H I
1 a ,
miles distant guarding against the es- Many herbivorous reptiles of the soutb rnilway

cape of the Indians. mesozoic period had enormously long

... : Custer had expected to find not more hind I Ie s, on which they were able to t

. than 1,500 Indians. Instead he found wade far out into the deep water after

6.000. He threw 'out a skirmish line seaweeds and other food. These creatures 3EIY1 LIKE CANDY

l were particularly 'extraordinary Pleasant. Palttahle, Potent. Taste Good PoUood,
t S' in of their dental : Sever! Ssickcn, u taken. or (;I.i(.... 10, Vii, and 50 cents r
point inasmuch
1 equipment j .
I per box. Write for free sample. and booklet on
tu alth Address 123JTERLINU : '
I as each of them had about '
r '. f. 2.0UO grinders to chew with arranged'
1I: in magazines of 500 each like car .1 KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN 9

I: + - tridges.

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White pine when green weighs 34.G2 irr3'sr. ' \
W HERE FELL CUSTER pounds to the cubic foot; when seasoned Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Hew YOrk Chicago Cincinnati,
> r 20.30. ,
JUNE 25,1876 SEEDSFerry's LouIs (Ile, Atlanta! Biriatoghaw, .

> Koreans. Chattanooga, tnetfipbls, St. Louis, Kansas City.

: ; : The Koreans as a people are better Seeds
I developed physically than the Japa known the country over as
the most reliable Seeds that
nese. They are taller and mentally are
can be bought: Don't save a NO LIKE THIS
liberally endowed. nickel on cheap seeds and lose a

r Norway Herrings. dollar on 1901 the Seed harvest.Annual free. THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS

Germany pays $00,000 a year for DM.Detroit FERRY, Mich.HARPER& CO.. AND THE U. S. FAST MAILTo

Norwegian salt herring. the East und North.
tqWk ,
Ladies. Ita\'e You Seen
k tt. Or heard of Solid Cuevee Silver Tableware .
-- ___ This is the new metal that is rapidly superseding the West and North-West.

-I/L sterling silver for spoons knives, fork>
r and other tableware. It is exactly the same J.W: The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot
metal through and through, has no plating to Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the
a, wear off looks just like sterling silver is I
and dismounted two troops,who fought harder and will wear longer. It costs about World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to

their way along in a course parallel to one-sixth as much. It is not for sale in stores Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.
but every lady in this vicinity can obtain a KENTUCKYWHISKEY
r that of their commander. He hilL elf set of these Solid Cuevee Silver Teaspoons,
followed the ravine. The Indians warranted to wear for twenty-five years, Choke of Routes to Pan-fltnerican Exposition, Buffalo, U. Y. .

without paying a cent. Write for this free
swarmed about him and his ranks
offer at once, before it is withdrawn. Quaker Through Vestbuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping; Cars, Through
were rapidly depleted. Seeing their Valley Mfg Co., Morgan and Harrison Sts., Coaches Excellent Dining Car Service. I
leader's danger, the two dismounted Chicago.P. .

troops made a valiant attempt to join S.-Cut this notice out and return it for Gentlemen Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection witfc
annihilated in the with your request. This is important.f3TORIA. who cherish
him and were the Plant System from Jacksonville.For .

J Ratt.Schedules and Information,call on or address
hundred and men
Two seventy-seven
PI' su *The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
.' rode Into the valley, .f f"|th with Cus- ( W. T. C08BT Traveling Passenger Agent, 108 W,Bay St., JACKSOhTILLB, ?LLS.

:: '. ter and when .tJ'f. < 0 'fV''''',' JJ -#. Sold by.F. A. LOsLEY,R. L. MOTLOW. ,
."; ' ",J" H. HARDWICK General Passenger Agt., W.H. TAYLOR, Ant. Qea.Paja. .Alt.,
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f: cfia 'ge. The unit of resistance Is the The 'Kind.
ohm ResfstS.nce'practically ceases letter - -- "' -" .
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"TCriting.loye ,requires a great ,, -- - - ,- - - , -, -- ,-,-----. -
where the cable makes considerable -mental effort" said Bunting. .

Company Recently Incorporated. ,that. Expect contact with the water., Therefore, -tTes, sentimental," added Larkln. ,.,
F *to Lay It. supposing the known resistance to '?e' Detroit Free Press. ?sn m+mnmsmmmnxw

Special Correspondence of The Florida'Star. two ohms_per mile' and the:measuring I"-' : ,. I ;
,. '
-- apparatus indicating a total resistance La"lahne.
SAX FRANCISCO, Nov.2.-John W. of 800 ohms the',break will be found The-man who thinks be"knows' it allIs

.Mackay\ head of the .Pacific 'Commer- 4uO miles from shore,or from the cable I a most generous elL ( I J
shares with
Be adrice great and email
L cial' Cable' company, recently ,IIlcofIxtrated' ship, as,the case may be. And keeps none for himself. For Infants and Children.iThe .

at Albany, announces that within CIlABLES E. R CHARDSON'. Washington Star,

nine months 'his company will have 'in Stop coughing as it irritates the lungs '"' A Kind Assumption.. 21 = I : Kind You Have
t operation cable between
a San FranCisco
. and gives them no chance to heal.Yoley's 'Mabel Gllfeatner looks pale this .
,and Honolulu and that- witfiintwo Honey and Tar cures ithout causing'a evening." _

years: the United States and the strain in-throwing off the phlegm like "Probably she put it on in a hurry." Always Bought!
iq IIX NItlllfillilllll III V= ''tlillgtlllills 11
common cough expectorants. Wilson &
L: ;
Philippine Islands will be in electric Son. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
AregetabIereparatlonforAstind -
communication. Congress however; .
has still something to on the MEN AS THEY PASS. G. H. Hausan, Lima, Ohio, engineer Latin tQToodandReguia- .
say L. E. & W. railway, writes: "I have been tind tho..-*Stolons andBowels> of Bears the
g subject, and, it is ,by no means certain 0 -
troubled deal with backache. I
The new president of Ecuador Gen a great t t
that the new company will be given' eral Plaza, is only thirty-eight yearold. : was induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure, ,
the necessary'tranchis and'one bottle entirety relieved me. I Signatureof
gladly recommend it to any Qne, espec- '
Mackay that he asks
says government
the late Frederick
Although Fraley ially to my friends among the train men, PromatesDlges -
r' 'aid in the .form of subsidy of Philadelphia ate hot muffins everyday who are usually similarly afflicted." Wil- nessandRest.ContainsneifllCI'

guarantee which he thinks, Is good ,.lie lived to be, ninety-seven years son &; Son. nor Mineral. of
I I' reason, for trusting that he will meet old. NOT NARCOTIC. i;

:' with little opposition 'from congress. William Loeb private secretary to Redlrlvus.
All hail the frosty autumn!
. t- He has already'applied the authorities the president was originally a stenographer You can scent her from afar

, in Washington for ,landing ,rights In the public offices at Albany. For her garments all are redolentOf 1 oIOlJIrs-wuo.PJ1'l1IER

; ri In California and the Hawaiian and N. ,Y. camphor balls and tar. Pumpkin Sent

; Philippine Islands. Professor Dewar of Cambridge, who -Detroit Free Press. MxJtnna*
'\ liquefied hydrogen, has been elected 11 I
;, jtninSetd nB
i The cable; If laid, will be 8,500 miles Friendly Interest.'. !
I long, running from San Francisco to president of the British Association Grace W4hy do you persist in repeat. Kppeimat -.r .
: For the Advancement of Science for that awful scandal about ? IIn .luJ-
Honolulu from Ing Lucy
; there; to the Midway ClonfudSuaarVfolurnf
,i next year. May-I'm trying to find out if thereis
islands, thence to Guam and from Use
I I Jutaro Komura, former minister from I 1
Guam to the east coast of Luzon. It is any truth in it.-Smart,Set.
Japan to Peking and later to Washington Aperfect Remedy for Constipation -
estimated, that its cost will be about I
. k $10,000,000., lias been formally Installed as foreign Craniology. Sour StotMch.Diarrhoea,

minister of the imperial cabinetof We're judged by what the head contains Worms.Convulsions.Feverish-
Two the United States For OverThirty
ago ship
r Japan lie Is a graduate of the Harvard And so we oft inquire with care, ness andLOSS OF SLEEP. I :
1 Nero surveyed a route from the United! Law school. "Is it emplojed to carry brainsOr .,
r States to the Philippines, 'which will just a place for growing hairWashington?"
, doubt be H. N. Wood of Omaha, who has just Star.CATARRH. Tac Simile Signature of .
.i no adopted, whether the cable
..f.\-- is laid by. a or by the. been elected president of the North Years -

i government. In prosecuting this work western Fire.Underwriters" association NEW TfORK.
't has been a member of that asso- }
the Nero found the greatest depth ,
known In any ocean. At one place I ciation for eighteen years and has not

1J; there is a deep abyss of over 5,000 fathoms missed one meeting in all that time.

t.t, which .will make it necessary to Judge Bacon of the Whitechapel and C AST 0 R I A

considerably deflect the course of the. Bloomsbury county (England) courts Catarrh has become such a common _
j' A. cable. Several subaqueous mountain who Is now nearly seventy years old disease that a person.entirely free from EXACT COPY OF WRAPPEB. _

!. ranges necessitate other deflections sits whenever necessary in his court this disgusting complaint is seldom met '\'p _.., qk COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY

t :a from ,a direct' line. The. ocean bed is from 10 In the morning until 7 or 8 at with. It is customary to speak of Catarrh ;_..."__-_, .'H- _. _"w'3_ ;' '-_,"" _'_-_'_. '-- .r _____-_,_ _, : ,THE'CENTAUR'-' .__"",_t'tt'.f' t.= .- for the most part soft mud, which as- night without once. leaving for lunch or as nothing more serious than a bad cold, I
' tea. a simple inflammation of the nose and
: sures long'Ute to the cable.
throat. It is in fact and
a complicated
1 President Roosevelt Is the second ,
The of laying a cable has
process --- -
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disease if
dangerous ; not at first, it
!;. c been greatly simplified by the results president of Dutch ancestry, Van Bu- very very soon becomes so. '

t: of constant experiments. A. cable ship ren being the first. Of our other chief I The blood is quickly contaminated by

especially constructed, for the purpose executives, fourteen have sprung from I the foul secretions,and the poison throughthe J ASTHMA CURE FREE !I I

; is used. It is, a huge storehouse anda English stock, five from Scotch-Irish general circulation is carried to all

great traveling workshop las well. three from Scotch and one Jefferson parts of the system.

.In the hold are three immense iron from Welsh.Frank Salves and, washes disappointing and sprays,because are unsatisfactory they do- Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent -

tanks to hold the coiled cable, each B. Littell, who Is now employ
not reach,the seat of the trouble. S. S. S.
having a conical core for guiding the ed at the United States Naval observatory does. It cleanses the blood of the poison Cure in All Cases.

cable when It is paid out. The space Washington, has been appointeda and eliminates from the system all catar-
within these cores Is utilized for stor- professor of mathematics in the na rhal secretions, and thus cures thoroughlyand SENT ARSOLUTELY FREE OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL.

ing fresh water. The capacity of the vy. Mr. Littell passed first in a competitive permanently the worst cases. WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS I'L.tINLY.CNE .

1; tanks in a regular cable ship is about examination held at the Washington Mr. T. A. Williams, a leading dry-goods mer-
s 100-miles of inshore,cable or 700 miles navy yard, in which there were two chant of Spartanhurg, S. C., writes: "For years
) :
I had a severe case of There is nothing like Asthmalene. :1 1
weighing :
of deep sea cable, the latter : other i
competitors. nasal Catanh, with all
It brings instant relief, even in the _
much less than the former. The cable I the disagreeable effects
Abbott the Greek historian
; Evelyn ,
I worst ca:es.Itl'un's when all else fails. f
which belong to that
tanks ,are, all connected by troughs, so and fellow of Baliol college, Oxford, disease, and which roe TEN .
--:., that a transfer may be made from one died recently at the age of fifty-eight make life painful and The Rev. C. F. Well. of Villa Ridge,
unendurable. I used Ill., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene
i tank to another or from any tank to years. Soon after graduating the lower medicines prescribed by SEARSwT received in good condition. I cannot tell

:, either of the great paying out machines half of his body was completely leading physicians and you how thankful I feel for the good derived -
suggested by numbersof from it. I slave, chained with
was a
t 'f' paralyzed, and he was obliged to deliver friends, but without
As the cable is brought from the getting better. I fA putrid sore throat and asthma for tea
his lectures anti to do his work any j'
years I despaired of ever being cured, I
then began to take S. S. $' i
tanks by means of a engine at- all his life lying flat on his back.Chamberlain's S. It bad the desired f; -fi saw your advertisement for the cure of
tached to a drum It passes over an iron effect, and cured me if --_ 7'y this dreadful and tormenting disease,asthenia
after taking eighteen ""A' AY'A and thought you had overapoken four
bottles. In my opinion S. S. S. is the only medi "
selves but resolved to give it a trial. To
Stomach and Liver Tablets
I cine now in use that will effect: a permanent cure
and of Catarrh." my astjuishment the trial acted like a
biliousness constipation I
cure "
charm. Send fullsized bottle.
me a
headache. They are easy to take and is the only purely veg-
pleasant in effect. For sale by Wilson & etable blood purifier i4 / \ Rabbi of the Cong. Bnai Israel.

Son. S SS known, and the greatest New York, Jan. 3.1901.
f Drs.Taft Bros' Mediciue Co.
I4 of all blood medi-
Barnyard Repartee.First
cines and tonics.If : Your astbuialene is an excellent -
lIen-I don't think much of that remedy for asthma and hay fever.
have Catarrh don't wait until it
lOU and its composition alleviates all trouble
new hen. She seems so artificial in her
and chronic but be-
k becomes deep-seated which combine with asthma. Its success is
ways. gin at once the use of S. S. S., and send astonishing and wonderful. After having
i" II a. III Second Hen-No wonder. She wa for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases it carefully analyzed we can state that
W1) \ raised in an incubator.-Boston Her and write our physicians about your case. Asthmalene contains no opium, chloroform

ald. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA. 1 or ether. Yery truly yours.
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Uncle Eph'm. RELIEF. Avon Springs, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1001.
"Dey's mo' dan one kind o' wisdom," Dr. Taft Bros. r.Medicine. Co.Gentlemen . .. .
said Uncle Eph'm. "A wohd to de : i write tins testimonial Finn
a sense of duty, having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of asth-
wise Is s'ficient, but yo' don' git no ma. My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having ex-

T chanst to say a wohd to de wise guy. hausted my own skill as well as many others, I chanced to see your sign upon your windowson
He knows it all.-Chicago Tribune. 130th street, New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced
taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical impro\ement. After
3lntehleMR. using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I
feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this dis-
She is a matchless beauty, tressing disease. Yours respectfully, O. 1). PHELPS, 31. D.
And that she tan't orgret.
A match to make she's tried for years, Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
But a'l in \jin. :;., it appearsThat ItOTHERHOODThe Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tritd numerous remedies
she is matchless jet. but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle.I .
-Leslie's Weekly. greatest ambition of Amer- found relief at once. I have since purchased your full-size bottle and I am ever grate P
ican men and women is to have ful. I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the
_1:4: Deep Consideration. homes bles, best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make Such use of
: "So wont chop the w)0111" : eil with children. The as you see fit. Home address, 235 R ingtou street. S. I-\l'JI.-\EL,
you woman afflicted with female disc 67 East 120th! St., New York City.
MACHINE FOR PAYING OUT CABLE. "I'm afraid," replied Meanderiii'4
e is con menaced
tartly with
? sheave fastened in the framework of Mike, "dat de exercise would start an becoming a childless! wife. Xo TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.Do .
dot 'ud trespass on your hospitality.
_" appetite
the hatchway. It then passes over ana -
can restore dead
Stnr.Sns or-
; other larger deeply grooved sheave -Washington not delay. Write at once addressing DIl. TAFT BROS' MEDICINE ( 0., jJ! East
gans, but Wine of Cardui does 130th st., New York .
r and from there to the drums of a great City.Sold

1 dynamometer over several pulleys on Henpeck. regulate derangements that prevent by All Druggists.PANAMERICAN. .
Friends here's a truth that is as clearA
the 'deck and out over the sheave of ? it is deep: conception ; does prevent

i the stern to Its resting place on the "How can a fellow's wife be 'dear'While miscarriage: : does restore: weak

bottom of the sea. The dynamometer 'talk is cheap?' functions and Chattered nerves

indicates the amount of strain to Philadelphia Press. and does bring t>abie> to homes EXPOSITION .

the cable Is subjected at any barren and
which Seven Years In Bed. deflate: for years.: ,
( moment and also enables the man at \Vine of Canlui
"Will wonders ever cease? inquire the gives women the
the brake wheel to regulate the ctraln friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Lawrence, health and strength to bear healthy -

put on by the brake to suit the varied Kan. They knew she had been unableto children. You can get a The Seaboard Air-Line Railway I ne \

conditions of laying. leave her bed in seven years on account I dollar bottle of Wine of Cardui and-!
When all the available cable has of kidney and liver trouble, nervous f t I
been laid, the end Is sealed up and prostration and general debility; but from your deal'r.WDHEOfCARDUI. OFFERS / &thj:
6 l\
i i. lowered to the bed of the ocean by "Three bottles of Electric Bitters enabledme iterei % V 5

... means of a rope. The other end of the to walk;" she writes, "and in" three" LOW EXCURSION RATES \1
which marks months I felt like a new person.o 143 Market fctreet.
/ rope Is tied to a buoy,
from headache, backache- Memphis,Tenc., April 1-1, 1901. ? .
.,t' the position of the cable so that when men suffering melanchol", In Febnur -,1901, I tock one bottle of FROM ALL FLORIDA POINTS %
. i with new It nervousness, sleeplessness, Wine of Ccrdui and one package; of
. the ship returns a cargo ad4 -
, fJ will find It Thedford's
fainting and dizzy spells a I. Black-Draught. I had been
I.; can easily find the place at which" It priceless blessing. Try it. Satisfaction' married fifteen years and had never RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE, $42.95 and $42.30. "iR. ,
left off work.Sometimes and J. B. given birth to a child until I took Wine
.1'. # is puaranteed. Wilson & Son of Cardui. Now I am mother of a fine Ticket on pale daily. Corresponding rates from other points. Double Daily ..
, .- a break occurs when the Sereven. Only 50c. 5 The baby girl which was born March 31,1901. Service, including Sunday, via Richmond and Washington. :
cable is being laid, but scientific apparatus baby weighs fourteen pounds and I
fj feel as well as any person could feeL
!, I'" for measuring the "resistance"of For Over Fifty Years Now my home is happy and I ne\"er'Will QUICK SCHEDULES. LATEST PULLMAN
; the cable makes It an easy matter MBS. WixsLOW's SOOTHIXO SYRUP has been be without Wine of Cardni in my house .
.t used for over fifty Tears by millions of mothers again. Mrs.J.W. C. SMITH.
to find and mend the break. with
,- :6'" for their children while teething perfect
;' 'r\v' The exact resistance per nautical) occess. Itoothes the child soften-! the gums. For advice and literature address siring further information, write .
and Is the
allays all pain.cnres wind colic poor symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory Iwj-aru E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent A. 0. MxcDOXELL Asst Gen. Pass.
wail Agent,
It relieve the unt, The ,
inlle which the conductor of a given ca- remedy for Diarrhoea. Chattanooga :Medicine Company, < >
little Hufferer immediately >old by Druggists Chattanooga, Tenn. Portsmouth, Vth h\ Jacksonville, Fla
ble offers to the passage of the electric In every part of the world. Twenty-five centsa I
in bottle. Be sure and ast for -Mrs. Winslow JAS. M. BARR Vice-P-0mches. General Portsmouth Va. ..F r
+ t current. Is-'known.- to- the electrician ,t bo'-uun syrup *' and sane no other Kind tt STAB office. Manager, ,

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, W.. L..HtfGHLETT, JLD..,:LT.' DANIEL, ,, .-' . ,"t', Mrs. Hunt, a daughter of Mr. Frantz,

D.:D., S.-Offieeoverrhei: India 'Btvet ; has arrirom Iowa to stay for a gnpd_ Bad Coughs '
\ ,Drug Go's itoreg,the leadingDrag establishment ?J

J of the Indian river,country.. :: 'The''U.. S. Government Tests long time.! .

and :"' Mr. and Mrs. Moore were made happyby ,
"1 mer-. Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup the arrival of a fine boy at their home. sir
Show the Absolute of "I had bad cough for .
plies.Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing Superiority Mother and child doing well weeks and a could find BO relief
'of Every Description., Agent Beveridge.
Steam Cooker. Mr. and Mrs Liwis, of Chicago, am until I tried Ayers Cherry Pette--
Royal Baking Powder. ral.! :-founb of U e oewe
expected: next week, and will stay at Mr. Only oc-
,FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker, ,Forty Ad vilie's house until they can get a house cured me."
years experiencef all kind of repairing of their L. Hawn, Newington, Oat. t
done, nice and cheap also ladies'and men'sshoes own.

made order. The work on the Ankona Fishing G 'a

? QO TO J.'}t.; SANDERS The Old' Reliable popular and promising young ,men EAU GALLIE. house has t een suspended on account of Neglected colds always

Store for good, fresh and reliable goods is interested Miss J the sickness of the carpenter, who wa lead to something serious.
Everybody greatly in A
new meat market is being; put up on
inch Dry Goods. Saddlery, Crockery
I f Hats,Trunks AS and a full line. .of Groceries. Minnie's future and pnwperity, as she i is Highland a avenue. to build the ice chest: in the fish house v They run into chronicbronchitis
and it all hinges that the ice
one of Cocoa's popular and Brevanl'a exemplary on as barrels
.;- JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. ladies and are ,the Mr?. Zair and family, !of Lake Worth, could be got here in short order. pneumonia,
= ;", Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront young many, were visiting relatives in Eau Gallie this
?r Rates$.OO per day,special terms by good wishes that go ont to her' for her week. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. McCarty have comeback asthma, or consumption. _

W, the week.or month.MELBOURNE futnre happiness anti'wt'Jf re. May she I from their summer trip. They were Don't wait, but take

T'i.: find the highest anticipations gratified.. Alex. Near is finishing the contract of at Buffalo when the president was shot Pectoral

?) BUSINESS DIUECTORY. repairing the residence of Mr. H. L- Jordan and were there also when he diet!. They Ayer's Cherry t

MELBOURNE STATE BANK- pital$15.- ItOCKLEDGK. this week. have a fine new hnise now, and a CMN just as soon as cough !

:::" cashier.000. F. The H. Fee only, president bank on the; C.lower DL Horton river, Mrs. M.'-C. Salmon is suffering with an I :\111.1. G. Gilbert and Mr. J. A. Gilbert load of furniture arrived which they are begins. A few doses will I

.;,', And the pineapple ion of Brevard county. attack of rheumatism in her arms. ' leave St. Paul It Minn., on Friday, the hauling to the house and unpacking, and cure you then.

_ ; : '. 1st inst. for Eau Gallie. will get straightened) up in a few days:
Mr. Will is
.; :L: FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Singleton now numbered j' Three sizes: %Sc.,5k.SI. AU Ind .
f : ". among the employes of Mr. G. N. Hatch. Mr. H. L. Jordan has seeded down a i
': and Surgeon. To the Public.
t ;
,:J C. P. the river promptly Mr and Mrs. 0. K. Wood of Cocoa garden for fall use. Quite a variety of Consult your doctor It be lal" take it, t.
;: Calls to any.point;o* v Allow me to say a few words in ., )raise then do as 1m say. If be to lh ;" M*
:, answered.. ?* t Pierce. Florida. were calling on friends in Rockledge this vegetables have been planted. of Chamberlain's to take it. then don't take it. He ....*. i
Cough. Remedy. I hada Leave It with him We are 1t1m....
: week on their tricycles. Mrs. M. E. Campbell and Mr. Allen very severe cough and cold and feared J. C.: Aria: CO.I.oweil,MM*. ,

t Campbell of :\I Melbourne, were calling I would get pneumonia, but alter taking cox-." -'- i
: : I 1ND1N flIER RIPPLES. Mr. E. A. Hartwell, of Chicago! and upon _S
-1 I the second dose of
: friends in Eau Gallie this week.. this medicine I fell '
daughters are: expected to return soon to letter, three bottles of it cured 1 cold Worse Looking Than He Felt.-laboony f
: paragrBp Personal and Newly Briefs their southern home at Rockledge.Mr. Capt. John Houston is regularly in the and the pains in my chest disappeared -"-'Ie boy, you look ae if you hiust j

: <; ". at Towns Along the Coast.. and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin are expected bout building business. He has a shopat entirely. I am most respectfully yours stepped out of a feehion ....."

", \,i.-, : ,- to return from New Haven to i the city wharf which, he is now setting tiJr health, RALPH S. MEYERS, 6l"Thirtyeventh Mnkieton-"That &u? I knew I ice, \

i :,.' .' COCOA. their winter home at Rockledge this up ale:-:; by Wilson street, &Wheeling Son. W. Va. For rheumatism, hut, I did not wippoee I WM

.* 1; Mr. C. A.,Loud has returned from his week.Is .' Dr. Lansing is putting up an irrigating as stiff as thai! Harlem Lif'!. .t !

' in Connecticut and is much improved it plant and will connect it to his new ,- i
outing not about time that ome work Of Course lie Did.
". -, Y. in health. was being done to the road on Barton cottages, giving an ample supply of Water "What did your husband think of \ f ORGAN & JONES, 1
; for both inside outside of
and the
: Mrs. R. F. Jones has returned from avenue? It is in a dangerous conditionfor tenants. use that twenty-five dollar hat you bought REAL ESTATE AND INaUEAXC: .

1 ": ': her visit at St. Augustine, bringing her travel. last week?"

x t, -. sister, Miss Teahan, for a visit in Cocoa. Mr. Cecil M. Giddeon, of Palm Beach, We are sorry to chronicle the deathof "Oh, he Just raved over It."-Cincinnati Loaus, Notary Public,

r 'I as
r friend Miss Rogero, of Palatka, were mother, Mrs. J. S. Coats, and sister, Miss was a powern Nasty Stuff. TITUSVILLE FLJI. .
r the church, and a good faithful servant .. .. . .
Annie Giddeon. He returned Mon ---
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on -- -
; guests of the Misses Clara and Lilla Sane all his long life. His death took W'en my pop talks o' Standard Oil,
It makes my heart beat faster,
ders last week. day.Cool place at Miami, where he had moved to Fur fear I'll git some, 'cause I know BOBBINSQEAHAM

The ladies' aid society of the M. "E northeast winds the past week last year. The patrons of the Sarno will The standard oil b ca.tur.

:, church met.with Mrs. W. L. Hughlett indicate that Jack Frost and Boreas have remember him in its palmy days under Philadelphia Press. &

yesterday (Thursday) afternoon to begin again entered into partenership to again the ownership of the late Messrs. Green

: .,' work for the winter. turn the people of the north with their & Verbeke. He leaves a widow and two Beyond" Doubt."I CO.
tell said K water, "there'snothing
faces toward the south.
. Mr. J. F. Wooten, Mr. S. S. Jones and sunny small children now living at Sarno. like adversity to bring a man (Idcorporated. Paul up C"pital $;IS.M.8e )

}Ir. DeBar are oft on a hunting expedi Work is progressing on the new residences out."
; Dr. C. E. Hebard, of Grand Rapids, This lands r
tion. They left last Saturday and went and they are being pushed to Mich, and Eau Gallie, Fla., died suddenly "At the elbows, yes," replied Smnick. company Indian owns
in the River
beyond the St. Johns. Fresh wild meats completion as fast as possible, for it is at Sulphur Springs this week. The Philadelphia Press.

will be plenty when they return. getting a trifle cool in the northern states doctor who well his I on the St. Lucie Ricer,
was not was on ::
and the human tide will soon turn south From the "Blllongttne." at New River, and on Biscay
'' v Dr. L. T. Daniel, who has been for the way to Eau Gallie, and staid over to try '
'.. ward. what 1 sometimes immersed am I ne Biy.
past fortnight or so in Titusville practic- benefit could be derived from a In problems of the race-

: ing his profession, has returned to his Mr. Geo. Gingras has his new launch short star at the springs en route. He Forget to take my glasses off PRICES TO SUIT 'l'lIE TIM &

own office in Cocoa, much to the ,satisfaction I in the water, and she is a fast one. He leaves a widow and three boys to mourn Before I wash my face.
I Send fur lan list
of his family and patients in went to Titusville last Saturday in two the sad loss of a good husband and father. -chicago Tribune.

Cocoa. and a half hours. Mrs. Gingras and Mrs. Hebard has our sincere: sym- Uelief at Last. OFFICES IT . .

heiMnother and sister, Mrs. G. S. pathy in this hour of TITPSVIir
trial. The dortor's nil11 \\11
t Mrs. Harry Wesson'! and daughter, Mother You look better, dear, since
Hardee and Misses Minnie Ruth father Melbourne -
was at at the -
"Mabel who have been spending a few your engagement was announced. How
I> Maude and Grace Hardee, accompaniedthem time of the decease of his son and was
do feel?
with relatives, Mrs. Wesson ;you
-days for a ride in the new boat. The summoned by telegram, hastening to the ,
their Estelle-Rested.-Boston Herald.
4 .t Mrs. Trafford returned yesterday to
_" boat is not finished yet, but when finished help of the widow by first train via the
.- sad
home in Palatka. Theirs was a
: and furnished according to Mr. Gingras' F. E. C. line. Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail. R .
Brevard and the whole
errand to county,
: community are deeply affected by their plans it will be the finest craft on The little daughter of Mr. J. N. Powell
the river. Reliable and Gentle. jumped on an inverted lake made of ten
sad and terrible bereavement..
"A pill's a pill," says the saw. But penny nails, and thrust ole nail entirely
Dr. John 0. Schfield has returned to Plants Affected by Hoot-I not. there are pills and pills. You want a pill through her foot and a second one halt

,0 \his cottage on Cocoa Heights from his Frequently information is asked of the that is certain, thorough and gentle, must way through. Chamberlain's! Pain Balm
outing in the mountains of North Carolina not gripe. De Witt's Little Early Risers: was promptly applied and five minutes-
Florida station ,i
Experiment concerningthe /
' New York state, the PanAmericanand fill tile bill. Purely vegetable, do not loite later the pain had disappeared and no
his old home at Stamford, Ct. He plants which are affected with ne- but assist= the bowels to act. Strengthenand more Buffering was experienced. In three
matode root-galls/ or root-knot, caused invigorate. Small and to take. days the child was wearing her shoe a. _
him for the Avilah easy
with librarya
brought by the nematode worm. For two years Wilson & ion.: usual and with absolutely no discomfortMr. 'r ;t I
number of books sent by his sister,
= observations have been noted, and based Powell is a well known merchant of
Mrs. J. G. Powell. His friends in Cocoa Forkland, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic t
these the truck have been MELBOURNE.Mr. '
upon crops .L
and vicinity are all glad to see him and heals Such injuries without main rt l
,again. roughly divided into two groups. The J. T. Hood, of Canaveral, is the ration and in one-third the time; required

first of these comprises those plants guest of his sister, Mrs. E. G Jones. by the usual treatment. For sale by Wilson WHEN THE FIREBUG IS AROUND '
Much interest is centered in the approaching which are badly infested by the nematode & Son.
k wedding of Miss Alice Weinberg ; the second, those which are not Mrs. Hull, of Wes Palm Beach, was It is some mnifiirt to ft ei! that JOG ate j

and Mr. Chas. :Faber, which takes all affected or are only attacked to suchan in town looking after her real estate in- properly insured.! .
terests. F. A. Moos This security is obtained at a trig
place next week. Both are popular extent as not interfere seriouslywith : President. Actuary. outlay.

young people of Cocoa, and every wishis the crop. Mr. Joseph :McAllister, of Palm Beach, FIRE INSURANCE

expressed for their future happinessand First list-Cantaloupe, celery, cucumber was the guest of Mr. R. W. Goode and BREVARD
.... i ales are not high, and when cord ed
Miss Weinberg mother ---------
prosperity. lettuce okra last -- -
egg-plant: peas, tomato. family Sunday. wild the
and brother, Morris, who have been Second list-Cabbage, carrot cauliflower . in connection gnat bfitfttaconferred
The Misses Amy and Florida Kitchinjr Abstract of TitleCOMPANY : are very iu\\ No nttn ul property

spending the summer at their old homeat corn, beet, onion, parsnip, radish, of Sebastian, and Mr. Herbert Conkling ,.......... should ueglei Ito liau- ,it fuilv! l"
Rivers Mich. have returned '-
i Three -
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pepper, strawberry, salsify, turnip.Of .
of Tillman
were pleasant visitors in town
home to be here to witness the (ceremony the fruit trees, the peach and fig Saturday.Mr. C. S. SCHUYLER,,

Tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 2nd, is a are most seriously affected. This list Will furnish abstracts, of title Titusville Fla.
will be found useful John Waller, of Ankona, is here u___ _
to some extent in for lands in Brevard county.
for the children. Mr. Cresson
gala day ,
superintending the work the
on shell
I superintendent of St. Marks Sunday determining infested what grounds.How grow on nematode road along the river front from new Emu Gal Oi-KICE UNDER LAW OFFICE OF E.: L. MOTLOWI i t

I school will give his school a picnic, to
i lie to Melbourne. GEO. M. ROBBINS TITUSVILLE. FLA
which he has invited the M. E. school to 1 1i

join them. The picnic will be held in Mr. W. R. Jackson has been at Fort John R. Walker. C. H. Swam

; z his grove at City Point, and conveyanceswill To Pierce the past week, and during his absence /tl,..

be on hand at Cocoa to carry those Mr.: George Phillips fills his placein John R. Walker & Co. ::" -
the business house of Fee & Stew ,
who wish to go, with well filled baskets, ait. "

\ at o'clock a. m., start from Sanders' Gain FleshPersons Capt. Alex. Goode moved his fish fleetto DKAIEB IX- I! UOR -<:

M store. The picnic last year was such a Jupiter last Tuesday. His boats go by DRY
delightful affair that the children and water, the nets and household goods by ij}

adults, too, are all eager for the outing.Mr. have been known to freight. We regret to see the fish house MILLINERY iJr f Jt
Cresson knows how to make the 3in closed at this point.
f r children happy. a pound a day by takingan FURNITURE

ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL- Mr. Herbert Conkling, of Tillman, (
1, of the Avilah
The ladies
are jubilantover .
SION. It is brought the Misses Otwell, :Mims and
the recent donations of books. Between strange but it often \
Lena Conkling to Melbourne last Friday i\
30 and 40 bound volumes .
have ;appens. .
evening to attend the literary held at the i J '
been received from the librarian of Ferguson Somehow the _
ounce produces home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Horton. The '/

library, at Stamford, Conn& the it next meeting of this society will be heldat "7'' '
pound ; seems to start the
r through the efforts of Mrs. J. G. Powell,
Hplel Bellevue.
/ and Mrs. 0. Currier sent fourteen nicely digestive machinery going prop- FINE WHISKIES WINES, BRASDiES,

4.- bound volumes, and Mrs. Booth has e;-Iy, so that the patient is ableto Dr. E. A. Hebard left here last Tues- a tl.tI' GINS, BOTTLED BEERS.
placed on the shelves twelve paper day for the north. The doctor had intended

bound and the complete works of Chas. digest and absorb his ordinary to spend the winter Melbourne t TITUSVILLE and COCOA.

Dickens:! of sixteen volumes recently pre- food, which he could not do before : but the sad news came of the death of ---.

sented by Mr. H. S. Williams, making ; and that is the way the gainis i his only son. This has changed his plansfor I I EAST COAST MEAT MARKEDG.

j in all about eighty volumes additional. the pre& nt. The doctor has the heart F\\
?k. i made.A to'I '
,'I The ladies have a meeting this afternoon.The felt sympathy of our people. v t u tm F. DO REX( agent,

Avilah prospects are bright and the certain amount of flesh is . .! I ii 42 ..'.'.'Ii.: .,

__ t ladies are working .in every direction to r.ecwsary for health ; if you have I, "Last winter an infant child of mine 1J

secure means to lift the debt which they !! had croup in a violent form," says Elder rc..Q \t 1"

incurred in purchasing the lot. not got it you can get it by ''I John W. Rogers, a Christian Evangelist, _r- ib s. Florida

takingScott' of Filley, Mo. "I gave her a few doses sy;
Miss Minnie Johnson finished I of Chamberlain' Cough Remedy and in I'OL'ST \1 D BOTTLE SODA. adf

$ work in the assessor's office last Friday, i a short time all darner was past| and the COXI'ECTIOXS.I'IUl'f.: ; \\'fStfl1

i .) and with her mother, Mrs. M. Johnson, mUlSiOn I, child recovered." This remedy not only
rIt tt
[ 'IG-US .'1'00.\:0.: -
left Saturday for Jacksonville on a visit cure croup, but when given as soon as = ty Meilts '

with her sister, Mrs. Daisy Roberts, at the first symptoms appear, will prevent Titusville, Fla.

whose home on the 20th inst. Miss Minnie the attack.\ It contains no opium or other -- -- --- -- of allKinds.
will be married to Mr. Hanz Wyatt, You will find it just as useful in summeras harujfnl substance and may be givenas

Braidentown, Fla., where the young ,:; winter and if you are thriving upon I confidently to a baby as to an adult. e. 4-'
f For sale by Wilson & Son. .
people will make their future home. Mr. J tf5.t j stop because the weather is warmS j Beat Cough Syrup. Use

t Wyatt is a prosperous merchant of that- l1 fl ltx. and$1.00, all druggists. Balaam from the Northern Woodare time. Sold by druggists. '

't, place, and one/: ?v'. itee county's. %j BOWNE> Chemists,New York I in Pyny-Balsam,the certain cure for cougb3.Z JCO N SU M fmiONT: Titusville, Florida.
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