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 8, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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: VID00599
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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s t .::; 1UfliUNE I .JR' l YS..tS S !LLOLr GLEANINGS.arevt,67rpdsoffice3"In'North, TOWN TOPICS. .,. 4OLEY'S
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''There' ' = 'i VW- ft.l jaitj >" -' v -
; > Boston's postal continue *toyindlcateour
., receipts
and Tar coughs
Carolina in \vltuch the compensation ofthe Honey cures
; QLIeIte, .,fJntbId In the Great Fisheries claim to. beiiig the epis

1 v oi-'ihir. ,Soethprest Territory.. 'postmasters is less[than JoO'asyear: ; tolary- t r of the contin p- .-DOs m and colds hoarseness and croup;
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; {Special CprresponSSceT] '- . 'Eriglislrinah 'for"Anstrilla'* is_ dell' '- fle, >ald. '* _- J:. -

<. :jJ)12A. Alaska, :0ct.. 2S.-"Ye caUlt ered, in thirty-one dai a .1hen sent -bYway ; B'chenectady' has. ". the highest-:,. death. bronchitis and la*; grippe. even
3wmonrbii,1t's, Ye have ?of the United States;.the; :quickest O
no sawmon.. -' -" ." .. rate of any city fD-New ,York. The people
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route. . Pleurisy -pneumonia and consumption the worst
;: tom got. a;awmoh'. -' in Am&ica7T"saId B' :probably"get lockjaw''pronouncing ,1

r Scotchman- .. to" "a Yankee. some years There are over (,QOO 1 ospItal$;fu.the the;name;-Chicago necord-herald. ; are prevented cases, are always -

p agn. :;Tcr this flay- -I Relieve .the.Euro-_ _, United States where:iSo.OOO.QOO; 'worfli, 'T'Ji national purity convention 'at \ relieved byFoley's
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pink Meshed fish of the lorth esternls..the'slm -... human race on a liigher level. If the
i rasters npure:salmon:. .'But"taeisafce Swiss?papers record a decline*In.the conVentlon. 'were mode' : a permanent Tar.:Asthma and Tar, and in the early

export, of wood carvings and attribute: thing right where It is'holding its sessions V
ver Ji, Is It is good :enough Jar 'consumption stages it cures them.
It to'the lack of carvings -
variety in the. Jt would find lots of, raw material -
a S anybody: -. Ten a Scotchman.. Compa-. i the few subjects bei monotonously. 'to work1 on-Spokane Spokesman- Y, The proof that it has done these things

soiesengaged bin: the canning industry I repeated. S Review. O is on file with your druggist. We guaran*

tn. a thtefar: \\"est-country; are reaping; It is reckoned that a block "of-'lavweIghmg . tee it to do all these things.
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fiirtraa s. -caster than those made ,by thirty tons, thrown out by THE POLE, HUNTERS. Note: There ia nothing "just as good" or-just the same" a9

thclndiiest'of the'gold_Hunters':.More: Vesuvius during'its last eruption 1; 'took Foley's Honey and Tar, although there are substitutes oa wW

t' .. cry. the fisheries:,Alaska hate as I ten times ,the. power of the 'largest 4 Professor ord nskjold.has sailed foe dO dealers make more profit

:. jFdsi scareely ;been ''touched ocean steamer's engines to eject. it the south pole. We don't care which BANNER SALVE cpres piles. It's guaranteed.

' Y At a.rough estimate the,total amount pole"Is 'discovered 'first-Boston Transcript -
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Missionaries, miners and,, explorers
Sire. dropped into the habit .dividing of income taxes which Americans Jn B. It. WILSON & SON. .
England; are compelled to'pay for John I r Explorer Peary and"Explorer BaldIn. -
the: territory into northern and south-
's Bull's support is $5,000,000 a.year. All : should come together in that race

era districts. All that portion, we whose incomes are below $800 'a year .ur the pole there may be need of another -

tnay say, 'north of the mouth of the escape free.A board of. .inquiry.-Los Angeles Florida East Coast Ry.
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Yukon-or north ,about' the s xty-SE'C- queer.instance of the way in which Times.

S CIi4 parallel :of latitude it is the cus- the world is progressing is the an- The number of arctic expeditionsnow

of nouncement in The Athenaeum that In the north seems to indicate a Time Table No. 35. In Effect feepu 1, 1901.

I the crown prince of Siam is going to 'disposition on the part of the explorersto
4' SOUTH BOUND (Read Down.) (Read Up) NORTH BOUND. .
{ publish a volume of essays on the war discover the pole by means of tbe
? of the Polish the resultof .; o:11\O.34, No.i.1: No.7jNo. No.1 ttI
succession as
human chain device.-New York Mall (.... Daily Daily Daily STATIOX8. Daily Daily ally ,
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his studies at Oxford university. and Express.. W ezSu_ ex.

., .H.. ...... -500pl-t .taLv........ Jacksonville ...... Ar -7Wp -SlUla -...... t:
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i Seymour Webb Moira X. Y. writes ....... ..., 508p IOO sa ........80 Jacksonville.......L. 652p 8324 ..... y r615p
BETWEEN THE ACTS. : .... R .... .. 111" II ....... :Sr:: A .\ )tine .... .... 5 iV'P Z 0
"I had been troubled with my kidneysfor -=: W ...... 646p 1147a .1......... Hastings .......... ? 5 Hp ...
twen'y-five years and had tried sever A Z E-4 ...... 1 oup 1200p II .,.......Ea tPal tka.......... 4fop I
Mary Mannering is now announcedas al physicians but received no relief until a ...... 134p l234r: .. ....... Keoga ............. II 4191> 'J
a future Lady Macbeth. A W r....' ...... 74iplHtp: II. ...........Bunnells........ .4 ..4lf.'p .7511a---b-4 ...
I bought a bottle of FoltV Kidney rure. Z a . ..... 752p ll.5bp ..............Dupont........... 400p -
Adelaide RIstorl will shortly cele- After using two bottles I wa. absolutely 0 to ...... 822)P'125p II ............Ormond............ II 3 sap : H A4
brate her eightieth birthday.A cured. I earnestv! l'elmlllt'n.1 Foley's .... .. lOOp 137p II ...........Daytona............ 82'P t1.M....
I' Hip .........Port Orange ......... II 812p ; t4"
: play by Victor Hugo is to be acted Kidney cure. Take only Foley'Vil- Q H 0 .63Ja841p. 2\fo'p, .........New Smrrna ..... Y53p; 5006 2 FIt bI 0
son & Son. z D 53& ..... 200p II ......... .Oak Hlll............ :: % Cep
iiIiiiii soon for the first time on any stage. o 600ti ...... Soo!, ...........TitusYille........... 1 ai : p 0 rt -'
Cecil Raleigh is writing a play in four r:=:i E-t ..... ........ 84t; ) II ............ Cocoa .... II l lf .. xW M .
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Nasturtium Seeds a. Capers. Z ...... 45p .Rocklt'dge .functioD..... '} ... 1
'* I acts for Mrs. Langtry called "A Wom t"'I M M 0 ...... ....... .././Jp ...........Ea u G a..e........... I.) .'". ... b ..... 0
> an's Tragedy." .Besides proving a more useful plantin 1"1 ...... ...... ;};.ap .1 ......... 'IL'.e 100 urne.. .......... II I.). .U".. ... ......
our flower gardens, nasturtiums O ..... ....... Dip ...........be."tlaJl........... 11 -, ... . ...... 0 ,
Edward Harrigan will play Uncle a, .............. ............st. Lucie........... II Il p........ ...... I
Tom in W. A. Brady's production of supply us with a useful adjunct to the oIo4 F.. W ....... ...... up .......... Fort Pierce.......... 110.: ...... ..... 2j p
frugal table. They save the expense 0.... ............... 24p .. ............ Tibbals............ to ...... ...... CD.0....
"Uncle Tom's Cabin." ,4 E-4 ............. :: ............ .EdeJl. ..."....... :: :;: .......... ... t.2j.w.7
of capers. Gather the seeds-ebE'E'ses. ...... ...... :' ...... ......Jt'Jlsen............. ...... ...... M001
',"". Clyde Fitch's play, "The Last of the country children call them of the nasturtiums W rb ,...............3 3)) ........ Stuart............. to 3la....... .. .... t'd rp ....
: Dandies," has been produced at 'HerMajesty's < ....... ...... : ..........Robe &und........ .. 9 ...... ....... t-3 \001
z Q and keep them for a few Z ...... ....... ........Meat Jupiter.. ..... 9 .............. tr.2 d b
.f't theater In London. days on a tray in the sun: then o o H ...... ...... S7p .II .......ti est Palm Beach....:.. 9 Oln ...... ... ...
C Thomas Nast, Jr., son of the famous paper ............. > ...........Boynton............. 8S3a ...... ... ... a
put them into empty dry pickle bottles p IH ...... ....... 8dp II ............Pelray ....... 83a: ... ........ b I -
cartoonist, has made his debut in vaudeville boiling vinegar over and _. ............... p II ......Fort Lauderdale. ...... .. 7 ...... ...... tzj t ,-
as a lightning sketch artist. pour .. .............. alp II ..........Le wCn Cit y.......... 6 35a... . .. ........ h j
fl'.A leave till cool. When (cold cover closely ."'4 ...... ..... nip; Ar........ .. Miami...........Lv 6 . ... ... .
Duse and Gustavo Salvini are to appear with bladder. till the next i
Keep
I'r 3.j 18.
SALMON CATCH.z.am Buffet arjor Ctart un &tlu and I
in D'Annunzio's tragic poem. summer when they will be equal to
of :the old resident to call the "Francesca da Ilimini." at Rome. No 11 No.19 No.li :,0.15 o.l6j No.le No.Sund'Sund : I
capers for most purposes.-ixmdon : Daily Daily MAYPORT BRA CH. D-dilyIDail sun
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t 'ipper country. South of that allAlaska Sada Yacco and Otto Kawakami Standard. Only Only ex.Su _.I Ony I

: Is the 'lower country." In this made a successful Japanese version of -:lOOp 10-lOa -615p -8 30a LT'.............".Jacksonvtlle...............,Ar B.is dip 12 ..... ?
2 OSp JO l&a 623p 838a ............".80. JackilOnrille............... 13'a 5 Xp 13240p ......
1Zn'irM country the fortunes of the f u- the "Merchant of Venice" in Paris.E. 10a0a 655pj 91i( .. ..........Pablo Beach .... ............ 71ba 5Uop 11 ......
1tm.e will largely be made and these* S. Willard will shortly produce 245p 10001101 700p/ 915a ..............Atlantic Beach....... .. ...... II 7 Wa 5Wp!11 OdaRl ......
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% '110W' 711n 9HO, Ar ..Mavnort Lv R<< n t i;" 11 Jsh _.
a c Ti l.be.not.a few. Many of them willeoome "The Cardinal" a play by Gilbert Par utt's Pills i 1 1Au.
... .rv.av'w.aw.alw..NVV.di JO.d" 1<.." ,
1 from the salmon canning indus- ker, author of "The Seats of the Daily Daily: Daily Daily Daily Daily PAL'T "R."L'1l II1ailylDailyUaily:, D-.ll.l.M1I.f:

t. 1Jy.: Mighty." 't : '1fi Lv. .Palatka r i i. 7a 1: 1 tpl A' I7aOiiI
655p 45p1lz500pp'll5, 655a Ar..Ea.t Pa1stJr .I.v "I"I r' 1'. .p 11\0.1 $1 1S u
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From 1899 to 1900 the net profits of It is stated that Ada Rehan will play --- .- .....

r Ire business in Alaska were nearly an extended engagement as a stock star will days save of misery the,dyspeptic and enable from him to many eat Daily o.57 No.49 Daily .',- ...rA'TEu__ _if.Un. \.. I&iI L'I.I ,..
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4 I 'd& bled in one year only. In 1900 a at Morosco's Grand Opera House, San whatever he wishes. They prevent T 5 2Oa Lv...................... ...... East Palate .. ............. .... taRef
'' ingle company from its profits paid Francisco. p I Ar..... . .... .. ... ... . San Mateo . . .. .. . i815p540a1 a't l I" Ma 8No >
SICK HEADACHE
;, t all the expenses of an immense salmon 11 oK
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t plant and trap Including the cost of Setting a Prisoner Free cause the food to assimilate and none Daily\ BRANOH.( CITY (Des.ailySaDaily! SANFORD BR.ClL

purchasing the machinery, bringing it A man with rheumatism is a prisoner. ish the body, give keen appetite, ex.Su 31up Lv.... ... 'ew Svmrna..Ar 640p j 05aILv.............Tlt".sdUe.. ...........,Ar 1421p .5- ,
tSo the coast region at .current freight His fetters are none the less galling be- DEVELOP FLESH ........Lake ielen........Lv 580p 7183.1 ............... }Ilm3 . .............i.43Qp . .
'e c rates and it In the wilds. cause they are invisible. To him Perry .........Orange City....... SUp 83aa ...... ....Osreen........ ..... a' .. c
; ; j setting up Davis' Painkiller comes as a liberator. and solid muscle. Elegantly sugar 4 45p Ar......Orange City Jc...... II 505p 85a ............. rp.rpri..e... ... ....... tiA930a .
The Alaska canneries for 1900 returned coated. A- ... ........ omlonl. Ute
Rubbed well into the swollen stiffened f
.dear profit altogether of $3,829.- ,
: joints it not merely drives away the pain, fake No Substitute. These Time Tables show the times at which trains may o. ad doyut
;i1. rated a tree
J ,. it makes the muscles pliable so that the from the several stations but their arrival or denartnfie 1 gtAnar'
There are now in the lower country prisoner becomes a free man. There is teed. nor does: the Company hold itself responsible iW -..y delay or any can eqaenee* *w

I'' of the territory over fifty salmon canneries but one Painkiller, Perry Davis'. 25 and BADBREATH lug therefrom.

t and there is room for many 50 cents. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
There have been individuals
nacre. single -
ROYAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
THE BOX.
: who in one year up here made

for themselves $100,000 in the fish in- The German completed her BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Leave .
L t. Jnstry. The abundance of the salmon empress "I have been nilng CA8CAUET and asa I
Is that hesitates to tell forty-third year on Oct. 2''. Her maj- mild and effective laxative they are simply won- Miami Mondays and Fridays... .10 05 pm Leave Havana Weds and Saturdays.00 ant
great
one
so Is three months and five days derful. My daughter and 1 were bothered with Arrive Key West Tues.and Saturdays. 100 pm Arnve Key West Weds and feats ... 60 pLeavKoy
the truth concerning it lest he be ac- esty Just lick stomach and our breath was very bad. After WestTues. Sundays.: .. 7 8)pm Leave Key West Thus and buns: > ... 4MQ
older than the emperor. taking a few doses of Cascarets we Lave improved Arrive Havana Weds and Mondays. 5 30 am Arrive Miami Fridays Monday .. 600&
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cused of uttering a fish story. wonderfully. They are a great help in the family
Well, believe it or not, but the lower The young king of Spain will presently 1137 WlLBELJUNA Bittenhouse St.NAGEL..Cincinnati.Ohio. For: copy of local time card address any Agent. I

country waters of Alaska during the begin a series of visits to the various 1. ). AHNER. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

jxalmon catching season, when this mar- courts of Europe, previous to his CANDY .- -__ ___ -- ,. -- __ .2 1

b. "vtlous and beautiful fish is migrating ascending the throne next May. \I CATHARTIC ..._

,. tx and fro between Its home, the sea. The queen of Spain likes good music !i

"t and its spawning grounds, which are as and during her residence at San Sebastian S6tOh rn ;

: near the sources of fresh water streams in summer never fails to invite

as it can get, are literally crowded with Sarasate to her palace for some private iRAOr MARK aitaamtco ,

.r fishing fins. It is a mystery how the soirees. .
... .
salmon knows enough to swim upS The sultan of Johore during his recent -

through the current of- the swiftest rivars visit to Baden-Baden took his first Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do
f GOO.,Never Sicken. Weaken.or Gripe.lOc.2ic.50c. -Railway
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even through rapids on and on till ride in an automobile and upon its con-
h ... CURE
CONSTIPATION. ...
j. 2t gets to a stream's headwaters, no clusion at once ordered two such vehicles Sterling Remedy CMp.>r, CUeaf.,Xoilrrtl. Sew Icrk. 315Hft.Tn.RIfi'8oldan
j matter how far they are from its natural from Paris.
<1 guaranteed by -
1 IT8! habitation salt water. I have seentsalmon The czar of Russia seems to be a
at Dawson 1,800 miles above costly visitor when he goes on a state

x Irhe mouths of the great Yukon, andthey mission. Ills trip to France will cost DIRECT LINE-QUICK TIME TO

go beyond that. If the Yukon extieaded the government of that country nearly

: from the Pacific across the continent 3,000,000 francs. Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia

' to the Atlantic, undoubtedly the The khedive of Egypt is anxious to You new YOrk, Chicago, Cincinnati,

salmon would follow It on to Its source. introduce Swiss cattle into his country know what Louisville, Atlanta, Birmingham,

The most remarkable part of this and at the conclusion of his recent visit w you're planting Chattanooga, Memphis, St. Eouis, Kansas City.

l strange history Is that during Its stay to Europe took a number of these cat when you plant
Ferry's Heeds. If AND ALL POINTS EAST AND 'VEST.r .
you
5n fresh water the salmon takes
'I .. no tle with him to Cairo.W. bay cheap reeds! you can'tbe
sod its nourishment being obtained sure. Take no chances

from the ocean. While fasting, it becomes get Ferry's. Dealers every- NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE: THISx
I J. Shively, Batesville, 0., speakingof '',
where sell them. Write
very thin-"thin as shad. At Banner Salve "I used it for
says: piles for J901!) Seed Annual- THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS
,, this time it is not good for food. Some- and it has done me more good than any mailed free.D. .

t. ttimes it Is so starved out that it dies. salve I have ever used and I have tried a AND THE U. S. FAST MAIL '
f fecit is bound kinds." Wilson & Son. M. FERRY & CO.,
i one to say it dies game. great many
Detroit, Mich. To the Eust and North.
:Dead, starved salmon are occasionally \

,. ( thrown out upon the shores of the rivins Ladies Have You Seed THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED

i t they frequent in the breeding sea- Or heard of Solid Cuevee Silver Tableware?
son. This is the new metal that is rapidly superseding To the West und North-West. I ,

,J l 1 A salmon reaches fifty pounds in and other sterling tableware.silver for It spoons is exactly,knives the, forks same I.W.: The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot I'

?, 43 weight, and I have heard of people who and has '
metal through through, no plating u> Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the
said had off looks just like sterling silver is
they seen salmon weighing wear
HARPERKENTUCKY Cars from
Jacksonville
S World. Through Sleeping to
::1 eighty-five pounds but I have never harder and will wear longer. It costs about i
one-sixth as much. It is not for sale in stores Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.
;;teen these people. The fish go up thp but every lady in this vicinity can obtain a I

1 streams by the million, not to say bil- set of these Solid Cuevee Silver Teaspoons,
CDoice) of Routes to Pan-JIracrican Exposition Buffalo, i n. Y. !
warranted to for twenty-five
Uon. Hundreds of thousands of them wear years,
without cent. Write for this free WHISKEY
j may actually be seen swimming near offer&t once paying, before a it is withdrawn. Quaker Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Through I

tlie surface in the sea channels that Valley Mfg. Co., Morgan and Harrison Sts., Coaches. Excellent Dicing Car Seivice. I
I lead into the river mouths. In Alaskafiere Chicago.
is no danger of the supply falling P. S.-CUt this notice out and return it for Gentlemenwho Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated ia Connection vhk I

In our generation. When the catch does with year request. This is important.CASTOnXA.. cherish the Plant System from Jacksonville. I

show signs of diminishing, no doubt theg'ernment Quality. E
For Antes,Schedules and Information,call on or address !
will provide hatcheries The Kind You Have Always BougM t
there, as it has already .
55rr eig>iat9 n .
;; sound and elsewhr **lee countp\.:. ? Sold by F. A. LOSLEY, I:.L. MOTLOW, I. H.HARDWICK General Pasleniu Agt, W.H.TAYLOBliii.G.a.Fau.ljt., I IVi
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something to dolrithlt Gvtta Percha ,Pen.

[? .. 8DERaHELDPTIYE1NftB1MUDA.[* During' the search the little island Pens of hardened 'gutta:'percha have ,. ,-., .. --, '.... ' - .- .,-- ".. ,.,.-" 0- _- .. ."..'-...'--.-----"--. "'-.'-" '

bnzzed.with excitement, and the homes been repeatedly tried in this country ..

: Unsanitary.t Condition. of Detention. Campi of all Boer; sympathizers were.invested: and England,- but have.not, met with -

*.;. 1' and- the" Stockade. .' by soldiers. One:of these Boer partisans success. .
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.: SpecidjOorrespondeBca of The Florida 6ta gas. Captain W. E. Meyer, :an ,

American.. 'who. sen, da ,term. in. ..Aridersonville -, Friday Marriages
:: rHAMILTO jf Bermuda: Oct?- &,-The :during" the- civil war and- .Friday Is: thesfunlfoty, day of(ffie .

*9"' population of, the BerjnudasJs* >tpresntv : -' who, has' done much to ,alleviate the week, but..it seems to have nab terrors, i1eiu

largely :compose&of' Boers.. These' hardships of the Boers here.., for ,those matrimonially:: Inclined. Friday -- y .i
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I Boers."'are not colonists; they ;are nbtmen. HATS DUBOIS. b&d;..a.'ttal. ;averagelwith .other, .

t' : '. :\rjio1 'have: flea; :jfrom. 'their"'own: days of' the week for marriages sol-. -
t Stop coughing as it irritates the lungs emnized. '.X
freedom
: country ,to And[ in a new; they and
them chance
gives no heal.'Foley'sHoney
i
are prisoners of warrtaken: forcibly 1 I and Tar cures without causing a G. H.Hausan, Lima' Ohio, .engineer The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been

t from their',native soil' and transported strain in throwing..off the phlegm like L. E. & W.'railwaywrites: "I have;been, in ,use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of l

I-, : to'the host distant o"f th'e.British possessions common, cough expectorants. Wilson & troubled a great deal with backache I and has.been made under his per .
induced to
was try Fpley's, Kidney Cure
Iii ""for ,the good ;lof the.. !empire Son. ._ and one bottle'entirely, relieved me. I, ,, n sonal supervision since its infancy .

ii' .' as the .Acadians: were: transported In Athletes and Giant gladly recommend it to any one' especially ; ', Allow no one to deceive you in this.

lrg:: the,early'rdays':of'Canadian history Athletes are short lived,. and giants to my friends' among the train men, All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
They aren8teven.as.bappy: ag; wefethe who are usually similarly afflicted;' Wil-
seldom live out the allotted time of .
: '
Acadiaus Experiments that tr ifle with and endanger the health of"
for they, are not; allowed son & Son -
to live free In: .their,new..surroundings. threescore and ten.<, They' expend too, f Infants and Children Experience against, Experiment .
t
1\ much of their vitality.
They are 'herded in great detention Italian Bees.Italianbees .

camps; stockades; encircled bj fences are generally admitted to !
A Copying Ink. What CASTORIACastoria
'.. of barbed, wire: ,escape from which is To make an ink which will copy on be far superior to the, black bees. They is
''I. almost Impossible and, life inside of are better workers and'an1 more easily .
3, which is almost intolerable. dry ,paper; mix together' aniline black, controlled. is a harmless substitute for. Castor Oil, Paregoric -.. -
I. '',, water soluble, 30 parts; aniline, blue, .
Drops and It is Pleasant. It
Three islands re'set. aside for the Soothing Syrups.
water soluble, 2 parts; ammonia alum,
London Street Accidents.
use of these unwilling guests of the co. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic:
10 parts; glycerin 1,000 parts, and The street accidents of London
f '' lonial authorities. One of the'.islandsIs water enough to make 3,000 parts. amount to about 3.500 a yearnearlyten substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm
used, as a hospital; The others are and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind.

' : prisons like those of Libby.and Ander-' Early Silks a day. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation

Bonville. surrounded,by wire barricades Silk thread fabrics were brought from Rich Foeds. and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

1-., many feet thick arid eight feet 'high.. southern.Persia and India....to Greece as Figs, dates'raisins and prunes are Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
; Warships patrol the water front. rich food'substances of
morn nutri-
early as 325 B. C.Alaskan. a The Children's Panacea-The :Mother's Friend.
Within the barricades the Boers, live tious character. When deprived of .

," In ,tents. They are not 'now' forced to Violins.. skins and seeds; they are very diges-

i ': work, although\ they wish they may The Alaska Indians have a violin tible. Nuts' are rich in fat and form a GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

>r labor for -the king at the munificent clo"ely resembling In form the primitive very wholesome food with which

compensation of 2 cents a day.' Instrument of the same kind used however, there should be taken fruitor Bears the Signature of
t-
P The camps are greatly overcrowded among 'the Persians and Turks. It has other Bulky food to prevent concen- 3 3t

and a high death rate is the'result.. two strings and is played with a small tration. .
fef The Boers were brought'over In crowded bow. ,

tr ships and were In no condition on t } Mount McKinley

f" their arrival to stand hard treatment. The Orange. The highest mountain peak in North

t":" A Bermuda physician who has visited The orange came to Europe from Africa America is called Mount McKinley. It 0

I T the camp says that the sanitary'condl. about the year 1030. It was not Is in Alaska, and it Is 20.4C4 feet high.

f tions are very bad and that when the known in England till the sixteenth
Blown to Atoms. The KM You Have
f' tropical rains begin to fall the frail century and was first planted in Aus- Always Bought
,f .. The old idea that the body sometimes
tents will not protect their occupants. tralia in 1788.
: needs a powerful, drastic, purgative pill
y f:, He follow.predicts that enteric fever will surely Geo. A. Points, Upper Sandnsky, 0., has been exploded; for Dr. King's New In Use For Over 30 Years.THE .

i Life Pills, which are perfectly harmless,
"I have been
There writes: using Foley's Honey CCNTAUH COMPANY TT MUftMAV TftCCT. NEW MOSS CITY.
rt: are not less than 3,000 prisonersIn and Tar for hoarseness and find it the gently stimulate liver and bowels to ex- ._ .. ____ . '_ .,', .. _ '_ _-' , ..- -. ,''''o :,:':.":: ';; :::::"'''- -.
In the camps and preparations have best remedy I ever tried. It stopped the pel poisonous matter, cleanse the system
been made for the reception of 1,000 cough immediately and relieved all sore- and absolutely cure constipation and sick

'".- more. Among them are about 100 children ness." Take none but Foley's. Wilson & headache. Only 25c. at Wilson & Sons'
---- --
some as ten and twelve and J. B. Screven's drug store. 1
[. young as Son. '
years. Many of them are separated

!:: from their parents and have' no knowl-. Trade In Skulls Norway Butter. I ASTHMA CURE FREE I
\; edge of the whereabouts of the latter. A fairly brisk trade exist in Eng- Norway makes excellent butter but

One boy In particular eight years old. land in skulls, and they fetch anything most of it is sent to London and tour- 1

$''A Is said to have been taken while tend- from 3 shillings to !5, according to ists in Norway have to put up with
Astlimalene Instant Relief and Permanent
(; Ing his flock of goats. IIe was carried their antiquity and rarity. Medical students margarine. Brings -

j ; off without knowing what had become' I are not the only persons who purchase !' Big (Queensland.To Cure in All Cases.

e of his father and mother and Is crying I them, for they are bought by pri-
give some idea of the size of Australia -
himself Into 111 health vate people and by museum authorI-
through anxiety Queensland alone is half as big SEXT ABSOLUTELY FREE OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL
| The of from this. ties.
difficulty escaping
again as Germany, Austria and Hungary WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.
4 T- water bound prison Is shown by the i
Strength of Granite.It put together. Its area is GG8.497
.;, recent daring attempt of :Alfred Martl-!
takes a weight of 24,500 pounds to square miles.
There is like Astlimalene.
nothing
Inns -Joubert, nephew of .Commandant \
General Joubert and two companions. crush a half inch cube of granite.The Modern Surgery Surpassed. I I CHAIRED It brings instant relief, even in tM-*

The Intrigue by which they managedto Burmese Sonng. "While suffering from a bad case of 0 TEN worst cases.*It cures when all else foils

get out of the stockade Involves, It The Burmese, the piles I consulted a physician who advised I F The Rev. C. F. Wells of Villa Ridge .
is
soung a harp
Is said, prominent Englishmen, and yet me to try a box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel YEARS Ill., says: "Your trial bottle of A tbmalenereceh'ed
body being modeled like a boat with a
in good condition. I cannot tell
with all their Influential aid they were Salve," says G. F. Carter, Atlanta, Ga.
how thankful I feel for the good derived
The instrument hasa
long, high prow. you
"I procured a box and was entirely cured.DeWitt's .
after three
recaptured hiding !days. from it. I was a slave chained with
scale from low A in the bass clef to
;: One day' Joubert received a present Witch Hazel Salve is a splendid c 1 putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
of a homemade cake from the daughter F in the G clef. It is used to accom- cure for piles, giving relief instantly, andI / years I despaired of ever being cured, I
pany vocal music. heartily recommend it tall sufferers." saw your advertisement for the cure of "
of a Boer sympathizer. When he cut / this dreadful and asthma
Surgery is unnecessary to cure piles. De- I tormenting disease, -
: I the cak'e. he found. In It a thimble_ ,) containing Fleas and Dogs. Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will\) cure any and thought you bad overspoken your
':: the ad- selves but resolved to give it a trial. To1'
a Following
message. case. Cute burns, bruises and all other
If your dog has fleas wash him withan 74 astonishment the trial acted like-
,< vice of the message, he and two companions infusion of coculus indicus with wounds are also quickly cured bv it. Be- my *
"" or cf Send me a fullsized bottle.
,-r managed to get through the ware of counterfeits. Wilson & Son.
coal oil and then with and
,l soap warm /
cordon, and: tying their clothes on a / Rabbi of the Cong. Bnai Israel:
s r plank they swam to the main Island water. Rifle Muzzle Veloelt}'. A'( I New York, Jan. 3, l00I:.
R Drs.Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
It that the greatest velocityof /
landing near Hamilton. They dtessed Lancewood. appears .
V Gentlemen: Your asthmalene is an cz-
and walked boldly to a livery stable. The strongest known wood Is said to a rifle ball is not at the muzzle, but cellent remedy for asthma and hay fever
.': some distance in front. An average of and its composition alleviates all troubles
;. They told the liveryman they had be lancewood. Its tensile strength per
'': \ ten shots with the German infantry: rifle which combine with asthma. Its success is
P been out In a small boat which had square inch is 23,000 pounds-that is
4 and wonderful. After
to that weight is required has shown a muzzle velocity of astonishing! __ _00 having_ ..1.._
say to tear "///' \ je'm\i i ll carefully analyzed we CUD Salelialo
asunder a piece of1 it one inch square. 2,068 feet per second with a maximum Asthmalene contains no opium chloroform -
velocity of 2,132 feet per second at ten or ether. Very truly yours.
EVERY ';" RINGI KEV. DR. MORRIS WEfHSLER.
feet from the muzzle.
"Last winter an infant child of mine

had croup in a violent form," says Elder Avon Springs, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1901.
John W. Rogers, a Christian Evangelist, RELIEF Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.
of Filley, Mo. "I gave her a few dosesof ScrofulaTHE Gentlemen: I write this testimonial (rom.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and in a sense of duty, having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of asth-
a short time all danger was past and the ma. My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having exhausted -
child recovered. This remedy not only OFFSPRINGOF my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windoW.on -
130th street, New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced
clues croup, but when given as soon a"s HEREDITARY taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After
the first symptoms appear, will preventthe using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I
attack. It contains no opium or oth- BLOOD TAINT. feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing -
"\ ,, er harmful substance and may be givenas I disease. lOUrs respectfully, 0. D. PUELPS, M. D.

confidently to a baby as to an adult. Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co.

5r + F1FUI For sale by Wilson & Son. Poison and Consumption. The parent Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remediesbut
a..; who is tainted by either will see in the they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle.
THE POULTRY YARD. child the same disease I found relief at once. I have since purchased your full-size bottle and I am ever grate-
i1 i1Y manifesting itself in ful. I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the-
%j4 best of health and business This testimony make such of.' a
In selecting a place for a poultry the form of swollen .S "7 am doing every day. you can use
glands of the neck and J ., as you see fit. Home address, 235 Rivington street. S. RAPHAEL
yard choose a light sandy soil. i 67 East 129th St., New York City.
throat, catarrh, weak ,
A heavy clay soil Is always damp and eyes, offensive: SOTCFand ., r-' f '
unless care Is taken will always favor abscesses and of- 1t. TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.

roup. tentimes white swelling : .'.",

11+ I A cock or hen that Is too fat Is not In -sure signs "-,: r \ \t Do not delay. Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT BROS' MEDICINE ('0.. 79 East
Scrofula. There may// 'I .t l 130th St., New York City.Sold.
physical condition to transmit all the
be no external >'*-P* \
j , by All Druggis"ts.The .
for healthy off-
good qualities necessary long time,for the disease develops slowly

; 1 spring.A in some cases, but the ooison is in the

week or ten days of careful feeding blood and will break out at the first favor-

before sending to market would often able opportunity. S. S. S. cures this wast- Seaboard Air-Line
ing, destructive disease first Railway
add much to the quality and insure bet- by purifying
and building up the blood and stimulating
,
s ..: ter prices. and invigorating the whole system.
> Have all the Internal arrangementsof J. M.Seals,115 Public Square.Nasfcville.Tentu, CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.
the poultry house movable so that says: "Ten years ago my daughter fell and cut
GATE OF STOCKADE. her forehead. From this wound the ,
glands
,r anxious to rejoin when It Is desired to clean they can all the side of her face became swollen and burstcd.on The Shortest Route. The Best Line }
capsized and they were
Some of the best doctors here and elsewhere
be taken out.
Y', their ship at St. George's. The unsuspecting attended her without any benefit. We decidedto
liveryman drove them tot When desired to fatten the fowls tirely.try"S. S. S., and a few bottles cured her en DOUBLnc DAILY SERVICE i k; tt '

r feed corn and other grains which con-
within four miles of St. George's when makes new and pure Sundays. t.
t; '" they said they preferred to walk the tain fattening elements. For genel'il1feeding blood to nourish and -TO- .terW

t: rest of the way. As soon as the man give a variety of grains. S S S strengthen the body, '-

was out of'sight' they made their way When you begin to feed fowls for I and is positive and Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines, : "

l': to the house from which the cake market separate them from the ones safe cure for Scrofula.It .
future overcomes all forms of blood poison, Richmond Washington Baltimore a.j4
came. Intended to be kept for use on Ii

':, Their friends concealed them In a the farm as they should not have fat- whether inherited or acquired, and no New York +a- "
remedy so thoroughly and effectively Philadelphia
e small outhouse. The soldiers traced thee teningfood.. cleanses the blood. If you have any ..,

escaping prisoners to the estate where blood trouble or your child has inheritedsome Through Pu11D3.an. T1eepers. :
: they were concealed and searched itS For Over Fifty Tear blood taint, take S. S. S. and get
has been
;f.S three days without success.' At last used MBS.for WINSLOW'S over fifty Tears SOOTHING byrnUllonsof STKCP mothers the blood in good condition and preventthe Only Line Operating'Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville

;. the men were found through the sneers.their I children the while child.teething soften, with the perfect rums disease doing further damage. to New Orleans. "

t '< treachery of'a negro farm hand it was allav*all pal4care wind colic and 1? the best Send for our free book and write our For further information, writeE. -

1-;:.: belleveU The fact: that, the government remedy itrtl .utrerer for Diarrhoea ImmediatelY.It win!sold relieve by Druggists the poor physicians about your case. We make no L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent A. 0. MAcDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pas?. Agent,'
t- offers $15 reward for the arrest in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents charge whatever for medical advice. Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville Fla
i bOttle. Be sure and ask for -Mrs. Wins- THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA. JAS. M. BARR, Vice-President and General. Manager, Portsmouth, Va.ii' .
't' of_an_escaped prisoner probably had lo We.Sos'thlatf:;yru"sud take no other Kind' I .
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'M.1::i1 "" .: ', . *- ,DIBECXOBY. m. :': ;.' ;"": ::,:, """"' .T -, .;. .J ..'' ;'-*-,; ;. .' ; : i." "J r A Lhnie and Jessie Goode and air,';D. T. .

: . W.L,HUGHLETT M. 'DM LT.DANIEL, 'if'r': McCarty to Melbourne Beach for a picnic
, .: ', pgfrt ; .. .. . ._ last .. ,
.k-'f- D.;;D.>S.-OfficcaroTerTk: Indian"Biter sr .1V ifp4.-7i' .I.f: ; : .L ; : } Tuesday. Dark Hair
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Drag Co'estores;the leading Drogestablish. '
: i4: to .: meat of the Indian ji ereonntryrWILLIAMHINDLL .;' -. r t\ ;.. =_; ;: ::::, '-' '\ : ,,: _ < The Misses. -E.'J. Lee-and. ,Grace Cum-

: i'i : .!ii '/ .:: "". ''',, ... i ..._.,....;: .. ngs; M re.Montgomery and Major C. E.
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-Undertaker an&Eni .
. I : : r, w' _i' Graves, of, Melbourne Beach, were in
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[r : balmer. Bicycles and_Sewing Machine rap ).t ; -" ' : pliei Tinning and :Pipe .Fitting Repairing '1. -H1' .R II'J ', town Tnesday. for a great many years, ass although
1 of Every Description Agent'for Beyeridge <..5' to' t"f : : et
I ) Steam Cooker,' ** ' f.. :: 0, Mrs. I. BreweUr, friend. of Mr., andirs.ThomasChaffee I am past eighty year
., '" hair IDmy
> arrived last I have not a
;;.: A --. .. Friday, age, yet gray
; ''*t; y FRANK,LIPF Practical Shoemaker Forty and has rented Mr. Wm. Chaflee' pretty head."
; : yean experience; all' ,kind ot Tepairing cottage on the bluff. Geo. Yellott, Towson, Md.
llI done nice and cheap; also. ladies and men'a

shoes made to order/ ._' hot muffins hot cakes We.wonld. 'call the attention of onr We all that rich t

GO ro I.'lL SANDERS, ,The Old Reliable town council to the hollow plane in front mean ,
!' Stjore; for good, fresh and reliable goods of the post office and ask that they havea dark color your hair used

,Inch as' Dry Good Saddlery. Crockery .. few loads of sand put there.' have. If it's now
to gray ,
Hats,Trunks and a fall line of Groceries.
; .. : rnadeiwithRoyal Baking for
Ayers
; matter
\ JARVIS HOUSE-bpen all the year round. ROSELA.ND.Oranges no ;
facing the river on riverfront F Hair always restores -
Pleasant location are coloring now. Roselandis Vigor
I ; Rates$2.00 per day special terms'.- by I Powder be one place from which hair.
the week or month.MELBOURNE .- may freely green orangesare color to gray
) DIKECTOBY. not shipped. Sometimes it makes the
BUSINESS Mr. D. Cain, Jr. has sold his boat to

i MELBOURNE STATE BANK-Capital$15- j 'eaten without fear ofindigestion. Mr. E. M. Stokes and has a larger one hair grow very heavy and

000 cashier.F. H.The Fee.only president bank on the; C.lower M.Horton river, I r' about finished for his own'use. long ; and it stops fallingof

and tbepineapplerezfonofBrevardcoUnty. .. .' Mr. F. W. White is planting a few the hair too. _.

El RECTORY.aP. . : acres in beans on the east side opposite $1.10 a1a 1c. A1ILtHtnL ; 1
FORT PIERCE BUSINESS .. ,, ; :
:
i. ' i < the mouth of the Sebastian river.
PLAITS Physician and Surgeon. If JOur drcgRia* cannot supply ,eb
the river' promptly With the bridgeraen and the fishermen tend us one dollar and we viu exyfCM
Calls point on
to any
bottle. De sure and rITe the acme
a
{ / answered. Fo t Pierce. Florida. '. Roseland presents a more l lively appear- you of TOUT nearest expreu oa ce. Ada'VM: ,
ance than usual at this season of the year. J.C.Aim CO.,LcnrtU HMk

: ; .. INDIANR11E N RIPPLES.P [ Mr. Underwood left Wednesday for .
fort Pierce to deliver an engine he had
,; Worse Looking) Than He Felt.-teboouy -
cold there He engine that
; Paragraph Personal and Newsy 'Brtefe Mr. A. L. Marsh Mrs. Marsh, and OAK HILL. was using an -"Me boy, you look as if you bad
i he .
for
is motive
/', at Towns Along the Cout.if" sister, Miss Joyce, of New Jersey, arrivedon Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wbitesel have repairing power.A just stepped out' of a fashion plate.Crinklttou ."

t : _,__ Saturday from St.. Augustine. Workof returned from their outing in Virginia. tramway built from the dock to the -"That SAlt I knew Iifumatijm bird

COCOA. getting the Hotel Indian River readyfor depot for handling fish will be found but I did not suppose I wee
<':;"" .. ', around Cocoa. I the reception oi guests will be pushed Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Allen and Miss S. quite convenient for use of the people i\s stiff as that!"-Harlem Lift.
"f; The stork is stalking .
J. Seaver, arrived Tuesday at their winter
with all seed: here who have to boat their freight.
'f'i:; The read nir.room is now open to the home. VTOrtGAX & JONES,
"'. MrHorace P. of the ..
:'.> public every day. Shares manager Mr. and Mrs. Whitesel. will leave ns Mineral Water.

:\.: ) Fires and wraps felt good on.Wednes., New Rockledge his, arrived on Mr.Monday Paul Shares, andon this week for their new home which An enormous capital is Invested In REAL E"TATE.SD JX6U8AX Tuesday brother
, t .,',':" day, aa Old'Boreas swept. down from the'north. and Mr. L:. Aiken arrived. The help will probably be in San Mateo. the mineral water industry In Great Loans, Notary P Wie,

Preston Williams home Britain. It Is probably not oveivstiwating -
was Tuesday,
will arrive soon and that hosteldry
r put Collections, Typewriting, Steeeara...,.
E !, Miss Kate'Eyer has returned from the into order as fast as possible for the reception and he and Coleman gathered some of the figure to put It at :15.1XW-

.. '. north to her old haunts and will soon be of guests. the ducks that were flying over. 000 while the workers employed will TlTUBVILtE, 'LA.
number not far short of 100,000. '
:
:? : in her curio store in Bockledge. Mr. L.
H. here
Barker is to be agent
Messrs. G. N., R. F. and Chas. Hatch
,J. There is another spelling match on and Rupert Paxton returned from their this winter, and has brought his furniture Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail. BOBBINSQRAHAM

:tr' between the girls and boys of fifth grade. two weeks' hunt on Sunday and are from Jensen, and bought himself a nice
The little of Mr. J. N. Powell
daughter
:! ,:[ : This time.the,boys are to be,the visitors. greatly invigorated by their trip and pony. jumped on an inverted rake made of ten &

Prof. Smith, of Cocoa schools, and wife outdoor tramps. They shot two deer I The Oak Hill people had quite a pleasant penny nails, and thrust one nail entirely CO.

now occupy the cottage vacated by Wm. and a dozen or more turkeys and smaller picnic Saturday,at the regular picnic through her foot and a second one halfway
:.' . Stiling and family on Palmetto.avenne. game galore, and are quite proud of their ground. In addition to the usual good through. Chamberlain's Pain Balm (Incorporated. Paid up C..l ital ......S)

achievements. things having a fish fry and oyster roast. was promptly applied and five minutes This owns lands
: ..t .'. Dr. and Mrs. D.J. DiBol arrived this later the pain had disappeared and no company
::'; week from New York to spend the win There has been a petition generally Mr. C. G. Wakeley, chief dispatcherof more suffering was experienced. In three in the Indian River: Coun-

Fs a ;:::-, ter. The Jarvis House.will_ be their head aigned'against the acceptance of the work the Florida East Coast railway, and days the child was wearing her shoe as try, on the St. Lucie River,
". ;:. quarters. recently put upon the road between little Carl, are spending the week with usual and with absolutely no discomfortMr. at New River, and on Bkcuyne -

Rockledge and Cocoa, to be presented to :Mr. W. C. Howes, and shooting. ducks Powell is a well known merchant of Bay.
Mrs. Fannie ltiartin-Zelner, of Coving- A few and Forkland, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic
the county commissioners. carloads quail.
i i ; ton, Ky., arrived on Thursday to spend of shell where needed would and heals such injuries without matu PRICES TO SUIT THE TIRH
T' '. the winter with her,brother, Mr. N. M. put Mr. F. M. Leonard, a commission mer ration and in one-third the time requiredby
: Send for :and 1 list.i
road
have the in excellent
repaired con- chant of Bostnn Mass. in the usual treatment. For sale Wilson
; Fish and family. was town by
+... ,.-':-.. dition. The people have had good roads Monday and Tuesday, looking at thegroves & Son.HANCOCK'S. OFFICES AT . .
< :: We hear that Marshal Paine has resigned and will no other.
accept
here and in Shiluh the of
; guest TITDSVILLE AND MIAMI.
t Mr. A. P. Gore has
;, : and that
s : Mr. F. W. Hatch. -- --
received the appointment from the town Every indication is that Florida and

,:,:' marshal. Rockledge will see the biggest season in
council
k ; as k f
:.,', their history this winter. Every arrival EAU GALLIE. I,
'_ : y _f" Mr. and Mrs. Hooks, who have moved tells of new comers that want to invest in Hodgson Bros. are putting some repairson .
4 ,;_ from City Point to Cocoa and are occupying real estate. There is plenty of land here their store .
t property.Mr.
: ,I .f.. the McPorter property on Brevard and many are willing to dispose of all or Bt.
their John Near of New York
addition to
avenue; have a new only son
a portion of their estates. So let them
tk v sister. of Mr. Alex Near arrived here this week.
; family, and so Kelley has a new come and invest. Every improvement ,

:' Wm. Hindle is building an addition to enhances the value of the estate adjoining. The revival services in the Baptist

a !{, r. his lately acquired property on Delannoy church have been discontinued for a time.

I avenue for the undertaking department of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, of St. Paul,

:: his establishment. He has moved into the Minn., will arrive in Eau Gallie this SULPHUR ii1

r 1 r building already on the lot with his work Stop the week. LIQUID

; CURES
shop.Mr. The new meat market is fast approaching -
L. R. Dixon has returned from completion under Mr. P esch'8 ECREMA, TETTER, PIMPLES, DIP-
his trip to the north and says that there hands. THERIA, SORE THROAT, + !r/ f'r Z
are just as fine girls on Indian river as BlightI
on any river in the world, and Len is Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stickney and.Mrs. and all blood and skin diseases. For sale by WHEN THE FIREBUG IS AROUNDIt

"'; ready to swear by any statement he Canfield leave Olean, N. Y. this week forE W. J. CRAY FORD.
.u Gallie, Fla. is somemnfnrt tu ftei i that .TOO rue
makes. t is a sad thing to see fine properly insured.

r Mr. A. Remington, son and grand H. L. Jordan captured a large leatherback GEO. M. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN This security is obtained at a trililll
:Tuit
trees spoiled by the blight. President. Actuary.
daughter, of Jamaica, Long Island, N. turtle on Sunday. Turtle soup ad outlay.

r Y., old friends of Mr. A. I. Moore, will You can always tell them from libitum ever since. BREVARDAbstract FIRE INSURANCErates

spend the winter in Cocoa and occupy Theo. Deyman, piano tuner, arrived -- --.... ---- - are not high, and when consideredin
: the cottage. of Mr. Moore on Palmetto he rest. They never do well Tnesday. There is quite a lot of work connection with the great benttitsferred tQIIoo
avenue. awaiting his return. of TitleCOMPANY are very low No nmn of propw'&
afterwards but stay small and should neglect to have it fully covPf'@d.
...
The ladies of the Avilah had a very Alex Near is putting an addition onto

- r pleasant meeting on last Friday at their sickly. his new house. The building will be C. S. SCHUYLER,

'.y .. library and reading room. They are rented to winter guests. Will furnish abstracts of title Titusville Fla.

F justly proud of' their achievements and It is worse to see a blight Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jensen are the for lands in Brevard county. -- -

''t hope to do a great deal more during will the strike children. Good healthis happy parents of a dear little boy, the OFFICE UNDER LAW OFFICE OF E. L. MOTLOW
: next half decade. The ladies celebrate -
little arrived .
stranger on Monday.The GEO. M. BOBBINS,
TITUSVILLE, FLA
of their
their sixth anniversary
.t ,, organization on Friday, November 22nd. the natural right ,of children. Indian River Inn is now ready for a

;.. ." ;;;. But some of them don't theinflux of winter guests and its patrons John R. Walker. C. H. Swain.
.
get
; Faber'V eillberg.t may be sure of every attention from the
their rights. While the rest new proprietor.The John R Walker & Co.
On Tuesday evening, Nov. 5th, at the hj11
owned Mrs. B
cottage now by ire .
,I t residence of the bride's parents on Pal. big"and strong one stays -DEALERS IN-
r grow bour has the appearance of a new'build ,:
, : metto avenue, Mr. Chas. Faber and Miss
ing since the repairs and painting DRY GOODS
small and weak.Scott's put on
' + Alice Weinberg were united in the holy .
it by the new owner. .
bonds of matrimony.
t MILLINERY
The bride was attended by little Misses Emulsion can stop Capt. Roy McFadden has the schooner ,

i r. Vera and Maude Hindle, cousins of the that There is "Nebraska" hauled out on Hodgson'sways FURNITURE,
groom, as flower girls. The bride .was blight. no and is preparing the vessel for the

r dressed in white organdie,garnished with reason why such a child should coming winter's business. kw fi -

satin ribbons and roses and the groom in
small. Scott's Emulsion
the conventional black. Only the near stay MELBOURNE.Mrs. .

relatives of the families and a very few is a medicine with lots of Chas. Campbell made a visit to

intimate friends were present. They repaired Cocoa this week. I II wr1'fl tll
in it-the kind of
to their: new home immediatelyafter strength %Jwi FINE I WHISKIES
Mr. E. P. Branch is spending a fewda's WINES BR A A DIES, I
the congratulations, where that makes
everything strength things
1: was in readiness for their occupan at his grove at Malabar.Mr. I I GINS, BOTTLED BEERS .

L. ,' 't cy. They occupy the Travis cottage on grow.: Van Stenburgh now supplies our .' TITUSVILLE and COCOA. i

Willard avenue where they are at home Scott's Emulsion makes people with fresh oysters daily.A l .! ,

4 i to their friends. large force of railroad hands .
are
The best wishes of all the Cocoa people children grow, makes them eat, camped on the south side of town this .U"'UI.. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.

i \\ attend them in their new life in which makes them sleep, makes them week. r, G, F. DUREN, Agent,
'
correspondent heartily joins. I., I
$ r :- your play. Give the weak child a Mr. and Mrs.L.C. Moore, of Roseland, .'U.. 1I'.of_ ,1. t.) :.iif'.J
KOCKLEDGE. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John -
; chance. Scott's Emulsion will Goode the early part of this week. T .cXf( Fluridaad
} I Mr and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin arrived .
s I on Monday from New Haven, and Mr. E. Cam.- make it catch up Monday evening; a few friends met at ., :

A. Hartwel) and family on Thursday.Mrs. with the the house of Mr. and Mis. John Goode to FOUSTSD BOTTLE SODA, .
rest.
spend a social and musical: evening. UOSFECTIOXS.FRUIT, \\ tstn
H. Julius Smith and family arrived ,
This picture representsthe Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Roseland,spent CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
j this week and will be welcomed by Trade Mark of Scott's ti1s
) r their many friends at Rockledge. They Emulsion and is on the the fore part of the week with her Titusville, Fla.

I f came from Pompton Fakes, N. J. wrapper of every bottle. parents, Mr. and Mr;. Julia Goode.It uraUKia4s.

,i Monsieur de Give, Belgian consul at 'IW Send for free sample. looks now as if Melbourne! would get EISO S CURE FOR
who last the her full share of visitors this coming
Atlanta, purchased spring, SCOTT &BOWNE, CURLS WHtfii ALL ELSE ful .
Osterly property, will arrive the first of winter, already most of our cottages are |Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use ]
II .-. 409 Pearl St., New York. rented. In lima Sold by drntrirtsts.JGONSUMRTIOM.
the week with a car load of furnishings ;; .>;
h for the residence and premises. Sac and J i. all druggists. Mr. Claude Beaujean took the Misses Titusville, Florida.

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