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: February 14, 1902
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: VID00613
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
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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f c.'' ,:'.. i 'ri EFLORIDAf'g'i., ,. ,, '- ? -' R -Forcing' : :*Return: :of Property.r ,Blaek Rot in Cabbage.A ._ There Ing of'are the a defendant good many to people a higher who court have THE. MOST COMPLETEElectrical._- <.: ;

?f- ., -y'.r..: asrv '',Theboard of county commissioners -, correspondent writing to the.Time been witnesses_ in. cases in which:the defendant .
Entered&ttbepoetOfceatTitUsvillle '
\\ ; Union and Citizen asks: n.ou'. give: **
been and these
<: .second-class ma1.tmatter. of Taylor( ,county has passed aresolution baa discharged,
; x me any information concerning serious
: are ,indignant over the action of the Supply
s that very
t. : '. 'Bnl .'Wager, ,* 'Editor and PublUher.PUBLISHED notifying taxpayers disease affecting cabbage"Thestem seems commissioner?, and there Is talk of aniting -
'"". '. i if they ,fail or.neglect to make prop-;; to become hollow, and the p1Anrots fJjust' and
G.l to.J508'the. county.
'i, : ; EVERY FRIDAY MO, RN1N
; returns to the assessor they will below the 'he d. Plants of all sizes s ; *

l ': 4- : I:: UMCnJPTlONt,$1.50,PEK ti' N ixiL not receive any ,favors' from the are" affected, and on both'dry'and damp OAK HILL. t Construction

-, 75.CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. ground-rather worse on dry ground, '
; : : board in, the.way of, reduction, nor, where I have had Mr. T. M. Adams visited Orlando, last House
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,'i : vdvertUlng'Kate* Famished 'on will he assessor'1 be b responsible: never cabbage planted week, and Maytown on Sunday. '
I : Application before., I have bad traces of this trouble IN THE SOUTH. t

'R! , understood'that neither for".errors .when'he has .nothing to before but this season it'will take two! .Mr. and ?rIrs.'rD'' Dolseof New'York, 000 ,'' ""
l' dearly
ft mast be t
F : THK STAR "nor. its:editor'ia'responsible for guide him except former assess- thirds of the crop.' Can you give me any ,are at" Mr..H."L Barker's for the month. 000 "

j : \, ;" :, opinions expressed by correspondents.Subscribers ; .. ments. The Perry Herald says that idea of the nature of the disease and its Mrs R. J. McCarthy returned to her

::1 ;. :' Win confer.a favor'on Tax the assessor cannot be .supposed: remedy? home in New Smyrna Saturday, after_ Sal Electrical Ammoniac Supplies Batteries, Dry Batteries Siaraseg, !
will as'of failure to In reply to the above Prof. P. H. Rolfs, with Mrs. J. M. Moulton at
; STA if they notify any. .know every one's 'standing: as a week's visit Batteries, Edison LaLanae Batteries
their plant pathologist in charge of the tropical
receive
: i: paper. Eldora. Holtzer-Cabot
I It should be Sparking Mag-
Lt :property owner. a
laboratory at Miami Your letter
on live topics especially matter of interest that the ;says: Mr. Edmund Day spent Sunday night netos, All for Gas Engine Ignitfen.
public inclosing inquiry the of
regarding rotting
j r 'i'C of lOt'ttl interest,are solicited. But the Editor here. He Supplies for above carried in stock.
with Mr. Magruder at his place
+; '. 'reserves the'right to condense them to suit.Bief taxable property 'be''properly' re- cabbage came to hand: yesterday.- From

,' if1;.V Items of neighborhood news ;always tUned The taxpayer is not treating the description that your correspondentgives expects to be in 'Rockledge the most of 000
i'--' desired.Senator. this winter.
t.- ' of the trouble, I am inclined to 000Florida
himself the
or county right
think that the cabbage field is affected The school children have had vacation. I
: )r .son"of Illinois, :says when ,he leaves the assessor nothing Electric Co.
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with the black rot. This disease seems to I this week, owing to the teachers' convention ,

= : -It . he is going to :renew his, efforts to but, the book to'ssess from. he present in the state from DeFoniak to at DeLand, which our teacher, Mrs. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

f Ii;: abolish the I secret session of.- the Let every' man in: the "county gfve i Manatee. It is doubtless present in all Fair, is attending.Mr. ,

:} l-;" senate. He says ,that before he became in his taxes this year, for if he parts of the state where cabbage and R. H. Hefler and son, of Dennis, L. DODSON,

t :: a: 'member ,of the .senate, he does not, and there are any errors the other plants belonging to the'mustard Mas, arrived Sunday to spend several M.D. .

,r entertained a most profound respect need not Jqok to the family (cruciferae)are grown extensively. weeks with Mr. \V. C. Howes. They find Dentist.Office ;
of readers who
rcommissioners Any our are deeply interested -
/. for tl executive sessions i but i correct_ something in the subject can secure further the weather somewhat warmer here thanin just west of Indian River Hetel

; ;;: after having participated in' them caused by his own negligence.If information from Farmer's bulletin, No. Massachusetts.Mr. Only first class work, at great ."-

: : J: he has reached the conclusion that this will'secure a proper returnof 68, United States department of agricul and Mrs. G. L. Comer, of Eufala, ly reduced prices. .
Ala. arrived their few miles TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.GEO. .
;,' : !:/ they are farcical and'ought .to, be taxable 'property, every countyin ture. south, of us Tuesday at afternoon grove a and ex-

r ';'" abolished. the'state had better follow suit M. BOBBINS, F. A. Moan
month there.
A Great Attraction Coming.It pect to spend a President. Actuary.
In the those
ofTaylorcounty. past Mrs.F. W. Bright the early
spent part
the
; in the 'U. S. senate is who, have neglected to hand in seems as though greatest accom- BREVABDAbstract
," .' Somebody plishment in the photographic art has of last week among us, visiting her various
...\ :::::1;' entitled to 'receive a vote of thanks their property to the assessors pave been reached when an audience may sit friends, who were very happy to see .

{,' from the people, but just\who that generally paid lighter taxes proporrtionately comfortably seated in an opera house and her again, and wish her stay might be of TitleCOMPANY

Ik' for Senators 'than those who have see the Pan-American it permanent. ,
.r person is \ve cannot'\say, returned ,exposition as ,
fih ,Frye and Hanna have been their property, for the reason actually took place in Buffalo; or be transferred Capt. J. E. Low,of Green Cove Springs,
,
watching opportunity to rush that those who have returned as if by magic, to Canton or and Mr. B. C. Hayward, of .Georgia,
-: every Washington to see the solemn funeral of nephew of Col.! Clinch, who owns the Will famish abstracts of title
k -', in their ship subsidy bill, but thus their personal property have put it our late president. Such is now an accomplished south half of the Low grant, were here for lands in Brevard county.

: far they. have been headed off at in at its real cash value, or near fact, and those who go out to last week duck shooting. They say the OFFICE UNDER LAW OFFICE: OF

4"t' 'every turn. Of course the longer about. Tax assessors cannot judge the opera house next Monday night can oranges they ate here ire the best they GEO. M. ROBBINS TITUSVILLE FLA

i.. this iniquitous measure can be the values of personal property cor- spend an hour within the gates of the have had since the freeze of'94.

staved.off the slighter its'chances rectly, without a great dp.al.of, great Pan-American to see the greatest The Oak Hill Rapid Transit Co. includ-
show of ROBBINS
r the and
the
''_ are for being passed,"and'the more trouble to which they are not jus evening be carried century to, Canton during and Wash-same ing the Eldora S. S. Line, the Personally

the people know pf it the less they tified. Equality in assessments ington to see our late president's funeralas Conducted Trolley waS Line and the Howes & GRAHAM
well Sat-
care,about it. should be the watchword.Fattening it actually took place, with all the Omnibusway patronized on
4 nrday. Among the passengers westward
-. movements of the original. Thomas A. CO.
bound were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. War-
4i The New Yor World is always Beef Cattle. Edison has certainly minimized the cost nock and Mrs A. E. Moe, the latter taking (Incorporated. Paid up Capital '_.099.88..)
df travel by bringing the ends of the world
This owns landsin
on guard, apparently anxious the afternoon train for St. Augustine.We company
The Florida Agricultural Experiment together by the scientific application'of Indian
the River Coun-
noted those who took advan-
to give out signal warnings to among
station has been in the electricity and and
experimenting photography
no one
the St. Lucie
River
tage of the eastward trip Mr. and Mrs.C. try, on ,
the Republican party, lest the liberty fattening of beef cattle on a combinationof should miss this highly instructive and in
E. Willetts, Miss Eliza Willetts and at New River, and on Biscayne -
V; ; loving people rise in their the muscle-making velvet beans and teresting exhibition. Prices. 25, 35 and
Master Chester Willetts! all of Flushing, Bay.
might and smite it. Yet, at the the fat-producing cassava. The result 50c. Seats on sale at Eagle clothing store.
L. I. This makes
now bi-weekly
it bows that one acre of velvet beans producing The Tampa Herald, of January 17th, system PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
opportune moment, can always trips between Eldora and Oak Hill, muchto
t 12 tons, and two-thirds of an acre says: The Pan American Electric Carnival Send for land list.
I be relied on to give Republican aid, the satisfaction of those who have fortunately .
r of cassava yielding 7 tons per acre, will company was the attraction at the OFFICES AT . .
: comfort and consolation. Editor fatten fifteen head of cattle, thereby giv- casino last night, and entertained very secured passage over it. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.

f, ,\ Harris, of the .Ocala Banner, ,pronounces ing the sum of $367.50, or a net profit interestingly a thoroughly appreciative /

;' J j; The World a "Jonah" to after paying for the cattle and feed of audience. The scenes deal largely with GEOKGIANA.

j '} : the Democratic party, and says theY $105. the recent .Pan-American exposition, the Mrs. Fallen, of Indiana, is here again, rVVV
last of President and is spending days on the beach.
: l quicker that party recognizes The day McKinley and the open ,
: Keep Our Eagles.A reception during which he received his Some of our neighbors have visited J
I I World as an avowed the
enemy
mortal wound the
scenes at his deathbed
Cocoa and Rockledge on business duringthe
better off the will be. reverend gentleman and his friend,
party and the subsequent funeral pageantat week.
i 1 present
1' _, says the Times-Union and Citizen, "bag- Canton, are all depicted with remarkable -
I : r.. ged two bald-eagles"!: on the east coast, : Mr. Baggett is back again from Sea 1 1rr
exactness. Scenes from Vadis
: ; Moving pictures are being largely and proceeded to stuff them. There is Quo breeze, pushing the interest of his boarding
r the funeral of Queen Victoria, the inter-
; for the demonstration
1 : employed no more picturesque bird remaining in house, and is succeeding well.
1- national yacht races in Nsw
Dewey day
i : of modern*science. A few days ago Florida. Can any man charge him truth. York, etc., are among other interesting Mr. Goodsell, from the north, who has

in Paris surgeon performed the fully with damage to anything we value? productions. already spent a winter or so here, is hack

operation of separating the Hindoo New Jersey imposes a heavy fine for killing I again, stopping with F. W. Lyman f

.. twins, Radica and Dordica, 'who protect an and osprey preserve; why both should these nbt splendid Florida Deserved Appointment.Mr. Capt. Symmonds Wednesday morning -

were joined together after the manner for a trip.to the lower river, perhapsas
specimens of the same tribe? We have John W. Oast; supervising inspector -
I of the famous Siamese twins. fish enough for all, and these rarely ever of steam vessels for the Atlantic coast far as Palm Beach, if not to Miami.W. / 1 r Ioiln6

The operation 'was a notable one, touch other prey. Keep our eagles. In south Philadelphia, was in Jacksonvillelast P. Clement is having his fine dwelling

4 and the surgeon-in-chief provided February and March they are easily pottedby week to appoint a successor to Capt. repainted, and will have other im Wrecked !

a moving picture apparatus, with a boy cruel_enough to watch their nests. Leo Vogel, inspector of hulls, resigned. provements made before he goes north in Your h-inic and property

which recorded Doubtless these two were a pair that deliberately i There were a number of applicants, but the spring. should U. i-rutftttd by....
; was every movement themselves in rather Capt. W. A. Shaw, for ident-
put danger many years who
I Capt. Symmons, visits the lower
made. In lectures on the case i ified with the steamboat interests this Insurance
''f than desert a family. Is the slaughter of river this week, has been over to Oceanus

the students will.have the advan- worthy ,the name of sport under such state, was appointed. with some parties from here for the past from F1KE. LIGHTNING

toga.of seeing the operation in moving conditions? Capt. Shaw's appointment will be few days. and CYCLONES. The ex-

:. well it gladly learned by his numerous friends in pfii-e is Miiall < omparcd to
pictures as as hearing
this state. We first met him twenty- 0..N. Page is giving attention to shipping the iiak ot a catastropby
described. Freaks of Cold Waves. when he of his oranges, and those of Mr. Nel like thi. Wiite to or ask
of seven years ago, was captain
... From the DeLand Record. the steamer Lollie Boy, then plying: the son. He is also attending to a grove in Schayfer & Brinning. Titn=ylIIe,

The new military bill pending in The colds we have had this winter have waters of the Upper St. Johns to Lake the northern part of town. fur H 'fa M* information

congress seems to be meeting with been peculiar in some respects. For instance Harney. For many years past he has Mr. W. Watkin, of Wisconsin, is here, lull's, l tl., Ui .

J" '\ very general favor from those who the orange tree in the groves; been captain of the Clyde St. Johns river looking about and prospecting; for a |possible

have studied it. They point out about DeLand, Orange City and Glen- steamer, City of Jacksonville. if not a probable chance to settle EAST COAST MEAT MARKET

wood are denuded of their leaves caused himself and family here for the winter.
that its leave the mili-
l provisions of the nation from the freeze the middle of January.At "Bonnie Maud." Mr. Simmons, from Kenosha, Wis., 0. P. DUREN, Agent,
tary strength in the
Lake Helen, Lake Winnemissett, near Little "Bonnie Maud," the daughter of who arrived here with his family a weekor

people, but are designed ,to train here, and at Pierson and Seville, in the Maud Madison, the dancer, has been appearing so ago, has been calle' north again on

k 'and equip that strength for instant' north end of the county, the trees are in St. Augustine with much suc- business: but is expected to return to his f 'lorida

I 1; and effective service. That is its green and luxuriant, with all the foliage cess in violin solos in conjunction with family in a few days.
on such is the condition also found in Mr. Aitken the and
salient feature, and one for which, ; Spottenoode impersonator The cold waves from the distant north
the hammock grove On the editor'sgrove who was with Augustin in Xew
Daly 9 \11'steri\
under our system of government, have affected the weather to some extent
at Seville we found grapefruit trees York city for five seasons.
the people have always contended. down here. Tuesday! the thermometer
commencing to bloom, and all varietiesof Mr. Aitken will appear in Titusville 1 1Ie
There are many flaws and faultsin the orange tree seemed to have escaptd within the next few weeks and no doubt reached 37, Wednesday 41. In places it

the present system. The new with no leaves lost. But even the loss of "Bonnie Maud" will accompany him etables.It has no. doubt hurt some tender veg of allKinds.

bill, it is said, goes a long way tow- the orange leaf from the cold, as we have in his tour. She has marked musical

ards removing the most flagrant of said in a previous number, is no damage, ability, and will create: a sensation in a is now said that prices for Indian I .
save the denuded limbs make greater; few yeaiV time. She will travel with river oranges are good, which is a great

them. efforts for new growth, and are more liable Miss Madison's mother, and meet Miss inducement to extend the planting of
- ., should cold where the natural protection to the
trees
to injury more come. Madison at Palm ,Beach. Titusville Florida.
Paderewski'a fame as a pianist is I fruit makes the enterprise a safe one. ,

Railroad to ECZEMA: REMEDY. Groves in this section have passed the
world-wide. shall shortly learn New Tampa.It E. L. MOTLOW
ORLANDO, FLA., October 2, 1901. coldest winters, giving finest returns and
something respecting his talent as is rumored, and the Tavares Herald The. Hancock Liquid Sulphur. Co.Gentlemen . making a safe income.
a composer of grand opera. There editor says he feels safe in saying that : 9.take pleasure in recommending -

will be presented in New York on there is foundation for the rumor, that "Hancock's Liquid Sulphur" to Weekly Weather Report.U. .

i this Friday; night his first effort in ; the Plant system has purchased the Tav- anyone suffering with l'Czt'mI have .8.DKPABTHENT OF AGRICULTURE WEATHKB -
& Gulf railroad and will had it for ten or fifteen years; have tried .
direction.' aies : take formal) BUREAU.Compan.tive
that The opera is called many remedies, and found no relief untilI
charge wjthin thirty days. It is also
of
"Ma and deals with was induced to try' "H. L. S." statement temperaturesand
I ru; a gypsy your rainfall for the week
rumored that it is the intention of the Have used it short while ending Tuesday,
only and
a am
roma'nce in the mountains between Feb. 11th, 1902.
Plant system to cross the St. Johns riverat now almost entirely cured. I can truth 1902 1901
Galicia and Hungary.' Great things Astor, and make a short cut via Tava fully say that after fifty years as practising DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MINI .. 1 r as0

are predicted for the production, res and Kissimmee to Tampa. This physician! that your "Liquid Sulphur" i 110/ I Feb. 5. 70 45 70 56
.. and would make by many miles the shortest themost wonderful remedy for eczemaI 6. 78 60 68 50
-y': ,exceptional preparations
are have known. Yours 71 61 72 56
route between Jacksonville and Tampa ever respectfully, 7.
j made for the initial eform- u 67 54 80 67
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being : and would greatly benefit the whole DR. W. W. LEAKE. .. I
9. 60 a 85 70
ance., It is hardly to be expected, The "
country.betweenAstorand Tampa. 10. 63 4ti 77 69
s however, that the talented Pole first rumor is probably l correct, but the Refused to Pay Witness Fees. 11. 69 38 85 71

will :take rank latter is not. The Plant Total rainfall for the week.73 inch.
'" as high as a composer system alreadyhas The county commissioners of Hillabo- Departure from the normal rainfall for the

: ;: ;as'he occupies'as an'interPreter several routes from North Florida intoTampa'and rough county have decided, under the week,plus .08 inch ..orlriiNTFlli6

V" of ,compositions since: nature more are_not .neeessar .,The j advice of County Attorney Phillips, to Departure from normal rainfall since Jan-
,
Plant system. would: naturally acquire i the refuse to pay witneaa fees and other cases 1,1902, minus 2 78 inches. WHISKIES TOES, BRANDIES.
seldom vouchsafes to a man to excel I HAL P. HABDIN,
Tavares &; Gulf road, which has probably j of prosecution before the cr nt =*-*>-- Observer Weather Bureau. GINS, BOTTLED BEERS.

I ._.;i in, more,.than one thing. been. done. i 1'unless the result of the case Jupiter,Fla.,Feb.11, 1902. TITUSVILLE and COCOA.

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,1 DISASTER 1 IN1 AfMmm'f MINE RAIDED< ' ." 1

C :: f. MOONSH'INESTIL. ::' . Mormon Elders Bring Suit:

",. l.. .. ; i LavonJa, G*., Feb. rl:-It Is . . .,
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kerettst
of the Victims Were China- : Hari| oniacount_ of he hlppf.1& ., -
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'i ; on Sand Mou talri. of twoMqrmcnLelders near bark -

J r+> men and.MexIcans,.Very'FewAme1gil. Scottsboro, Ala.. ''Feb3.-Deputy 37 prbmfneflt'cltlrens around!jasl'December xxnxuiNhKiatuiumanm4uwsrmmx ow"ex.w, i 51b1j1JA

t t f cdni Beng':att Work1 In.. the' 'Mine.' Gess Collector together-with'' Root and ,Deputy Marshal' here have been sued for $50,000 dam
,
Loss I Henry'' P ltts, Henry ages. IV Is said that the
h. to prosecutors
I? Owners Will be,Very ieavy. Arnold 'and Jim I "
; Rosson -
have'raldj: 1 have, the mames ot f many "who had
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'; ..$anjntoldo. :Tez..FeL3. jhe J&- aad'captured' ai large coppertsttll i nothing, to do with*the 'whipping, an'd

.st J Information. ,from: the.Hondo, 'Mex, of 45 gallons capacity. on 'sand'Moun' did not hear of it for some timer; .For Infants and Children.
: lain, Tally :
near
; postofflce.
ico; mine' explosion shows It.wasjdone.ne:: is a.feeble old man
it to
have
.,: been!J fully' 'as serious as ;at ,nrst re shine They' destroyed'acf'2 6 gallons of moon Uving-icf' miles from; the scene;of whip = = { The Kind
Have
whisky ,500 ping, who has not been Yoji
r ported. 'There, was a\1; otal_ oi'jOti'm n.' mash They gallons 'of able to .be out -
arrested Boat Harrison at night i&years/Jrat who. Is
ers.atWOrkti} the mine wealthy '
when
S t,. the explosion and son and E. JPoe.. Harrison1a j '
(: : dead 'occ1frred 'and'al1 of them are an old. hand and,, always managed to Mr.Wheeler Got Rid'of His Rheumatism. II: T1 Always Bought
'
The'majority .
of:the victims "During the winter of
are get away before. The officers 1898 I was BO 1 egebblePreparatronforAs-t
; ; also ;
r Mexicans ,and Chinamen, very few tured five small stills but cap lame in my joints, in fact all over my sf ntatingtheToodandR ula- 4

,t.. Americans. being at ,work,In the mine. where, they were, made i no,arrests body'that I could hardly hobble aronnd, ting the StoiM hs airiBcwels of
t ;. .. Every.mule .In'the mine was' killed, and his fdund. : .Harrison when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Bears' the
;' three' dead ones belng'taken'from son' 'and Poe;were,taken to Pain Balm From the first application I
,: r debris the Fort Payne and tried before the com began to.ietwe1J,and'was cured and have I' "
yesterday.: The work of ,clear missioner at that place and"In default worked steadily all the year.-U'.WmELER; Signature

ing,away the'wreck/In/ 'oiderto get!;t 0 01 $500 bond were placed In. jail Northwood, N. Y. For sale by Wilson & ,, ,
the bodies Is : PromotesDigestloaCheeiMnessandResLContains; -
.', being rushed as rapidly ,The place where this large still was Son.
as possible, but' there Is no nope thatany captured, has become neither .o'f'
Rj of the 106 'me lwl be rescued Mountain for wildcat whisky.noted on Sand Guard House Set Afire. OpiumMorptiine nor Mineral. '

4.'. alive. Alexander, Ga., Jan. .-A,'painter NOT NARCOTIC.

The explosion occurred In mine No. A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away.. by' the name of'Steagalls, of Atlanta, ...

,, hC and- 'w. occasioned''.by striking a Mr. .W. W.: Baker of Plainview was in the guard house here last night ,
\." l'I gas.pocket. The:mine Is the property write) : "My wife had lung trouble for and In some way set: fire to the blair RittPs'" tJidZlrSWlJO.l'ITtlIEIlS.J.

i of ,the over fifteen We tried ket He was almost suffocated. PumpJan "
' i- Coftquilla Coal .company,. R. M. years. a'number of /X.JtN14 .
doctors;and spent over a thousand dol-
McKenny
:- ; being .the superintendent, t. lara without, ''1 have used Chamberlain's &JuI4SJb-
: relief. She Cough
The any was very JnittSttd b I
: : names ,pf the. victims have not low, and lost all hope.when a friend Remedy for-a number of years and haveno fkppemunt nllInn
.
yet been learned here.' The loss to the. suggested trying Foley's Honey and Tar hesitancy in saying that it is the best Br CaaBaiattSd.fail-

:.. owners of thenilne;; Is very heavy.TWO whichI, did; and thank .be to"thia.greatremedy remedy for coughs, colds and croup I have '1itlcimt
/It saved her life. She is stronger ever used in my family. I ]have not words 1 Use

{.,;......,' .KILLED, ; BY. EXPLOSION. and enjoys better health than she has to express 'my confidence in this remedy. ----
.: ever known in ten years. \Wsball never MRS J. A. }MOORE North Star, Mich. perfect Remedy for Constipation -

.,. Another be without Foley'' Honey and Tar, and For sale by'Wilson & Son.. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Fatally ,
Injured as Result of would ask those afflicted to it. For \Vorms.Convutsions.feverish-

:t' Bursting Boiler. sale, by Wilson & Son. try Killed By Train. ness and Loss OF SLEEP. For 0 V a r
: Brunswick, Ga. Feb. ,
.Hohenwaia, Te]:., Feb. 3.-The explosion 4.-Horace B. ..

< of, 'a..boiler.at' the 'Davidson- Randolph, one of Brunswick's best facsimile Signature of
f Benedict Burglars Blow Safe. known and most highly respected citizens
sawmill
here
r;', Ing demolished the building yesterday morn New Decatur, Ala., Feb.; 3.-A safe was accidentally killed by stepping .6 Thirty Years

\ men instantly and fatally injured, killed two in the store of Judge J. W. ,Evans at in front: of a Brunswick and Birmingham NEW YORK.h .

It'--1 ' other. ; one 'irinlty was blown open with dynamite train enroute to Savannas

f. '.' The dead: by unknown persons a few nightago yesterday. All the evidence tends to I :

and about $90 In cash was .taken show that he unconsciously stepped
Walter
Hollister, inside foreman.
t- before the moving train, which IllHW\
J. N. Paxton. unknown
Frolic Ended, In Tragedy to him, was within, 50 feet and
y-" Injured Ed Johnson: scalded, will die. Tallassee, Ala., Jan. 3V-At' negro drawing nearer. After an exhaustive EXACT COPT OF WRAPPBB. (JjI J j

dane Wednesday night about lW Investigation the coroner's Jury I;
Tom Mason rendered TNt CSNTAVR COMPANY. NCW TONt CfTf.
(.. face; will recover., ourned and cut about miles from town Foster Garfield shot'and Its verdict of accidental deathand i .-'.'-- ' -. ':,'--." ::" -. ::'- :' _- ".. _.' __ _- .; : '. ""' 'i : ,-:' ::'T" ._:::__ _',"__ .

The Instantly killed Charles Ceprad I, exonerated Engineer Flints from
explosion is thought to have both negroea. all blame.

been caused by the water getting too J .
low in the boiler.FOUGHT Favorites
Nearly
Wilson & Son, the druggists, will refund Everywhere.
you your money iryoll.are not satis- Constipation means dullness, depression -
AT BALAKLAVA.. fied after using Chamberlain's Stomach headache, generally disordered ASTHMA CURE FREE!
and Liver Tablets. They cure disordersof health. DeWitt's Little Early Risers stimulate

James Reid Escaped Bullets to Die by I the stomach, biliousness, constipation the liver, open the bowels and relieve *
and headache. Price 25 the condition. Safe, speedy and
Asphyxiation.New cents. Samples
free. thorough. They never gripe. Favorite Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Perma-
York, Feb. 3.-James Reid, a pills.Yilson & Son. '
British .veteran who fought at.Sebasto- Madame' Nordica III. nent Cure in All Oases

pol and on the field of Balaklava and San Francisco, Feb. 3.-Mme, Lil Broomn.

had won-two.- medals,'is dead in this ian Nordica is confined to her room In 1700 were made the first broomsin SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL

city from .asphyxiation.' The ,oU soldier at the Palace hotel with an attack of this country from the broomcorn WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.

on retiring had turned the stopcock nervousness. Dr. James W. Ward, grown on American soil.! The brooms

: of a gas heater in the wrong di who Is in attendance says that the were made in Philadelphia, and the There is nothing like Asthmalene.

rection and when he was found In his attack is not serious. It is a result event was spoken of at the time as an tHAI NED It brings instant relief, even in the

little three-room flat the gas fumes had of the singer's recent experience in a Illustration of the development of the worst cases. It cures when all else fails.
done what the: bullets of the Crimea railroad wreck. country. I.IO 1'\1 TEN
failed The Rev. C. F. Wells of Villa Ridge,
to do.
YEARSRELIEF. 111., says: "Your trial bottle of Astbmalene .
Mr. Reid, who was 73 years old Florida Postofflcea. 1400n'l SpeakTo received in good condition. I cannot tell

kept a small cigar and stationery Washington, Feb. 3.-C. E. you how thankful I feel for the good derived .
Tufts the motorman is ,, from it. I was a slave,chained with
be
store. He was born in has a sign to seen
Edinburgh 'been t
appointed postmaster at Har- putrid sore throat and asthma for ten i
on the front platform 6f cars. It I
Scotland. When many II >
he was 18 years old ney, Hillsborough county, Pa. I. H. requires all his thought, all his years I despaired of ever being cured, I
his father who had distinguished energy saw advertisement
for
tl himself Armstrong has been appointed and all his jour the cure of
to his
post-
I strength pilot car
in the battle of Waterloo, moved master at Picolata, St John county, .through crowded streets. The strain Ia this and dreadful thought and you tormenting had overspoken disease,yourselves asthma --

to Australia. James preferred to fellow Fla. A new postofflce has been established tells on him, and f but resolved to give it a trial. To r

a soldier's career as his father at Wahneta, Polk county, Fla. some when he gets my astonishment the trial acted like a
s- had done, and he enlisted. in the Brit "rattled" ,and has charm. Send me a fullsized bottle."

;. Ilh army. During the Crimean campaign For Over Sixty Years. an accident. The ; ; Rabbi of the Cong Bnai Israel.

a he rose to the rank of quartermaster Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has surest way to sustain New York, Jan. 3, 1901. '
been used for over sixty the physical ,, t p
: sergeant In his years by mil Drs.Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
commau: lions of mothers, for their children strength and nervous hi'' Gentlemen: Your asthmalene is an excellent -
.. the Chestnut Troop of the.Royal .Horseartillery. while teething with perfect success. It force required remedy for asthma and hay fever.

'This rank he won by personal soothes the child, softens the gums, allays by the motorman 1 / I and its composition alleviates all troubles
gal ntry in all or railroad man is which combine with asthma. Its success U
/ action and he. bad pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
two medals to attest the fact.. remedy for diarrh a. It will relieve the to keep the stomach it astonishing and wonderful. After having

t Again he distinguished himself dur poor-little sufferer immediately. Sold by in a conditionof i Asthmalene carefully analyzed contains no we opium can state, chloroform that

ing the' cholera 'outbreak In devoted druggists in every part of the world. sound health. I or ether. Very truly yours.
When stomach" ;, EVERY 1
. t Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and the : i RINGD REV. DR. MORRIS WECUSLEB.Avon .
attention the
tcj\dutYln stricken camp. ask for "Mrs.: Winslow's Soothing Syrnp," become. "weak." ?,. t
Sergeant Reid purchased his discharge and take no other kind. food is imperfectly Springs, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1901.

from" the army and came to digested and the 4_ _l Dr.n Taft__ L_Bros._ _._ T Medicine__ ', .. .Co.. .. . _
l;. No body is deprived uemJemen: .1 wnte tDlS tlmonlal from
America'in 1865. Interest .In the Reoort
a sense of
,
of its duty having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of aatb- '
Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 31.-Little necessarynourishment.. The ma. My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having exhausted -
Colonel l Moore's Widow Suicides. Interest is felt here in the agitation my own skill as well as many others, I chanced to see your sign upon your windows
nerves are "un- on 130th street. New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced
San Francisco, Feb. 3.-The Identi among certain Alabama congressmenat strun and the J taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After

L '' ty of a middle-aged, richly dressed Washington looking to a rearrange- body is weakened. 1 using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I
woman who committed suicide in ment of the districts of the federal The timely use { + feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this dis

Stockton pn Friday night has been established court in Alabama. Judge James now of Doctor Pierce's ttesingdisease. Yours respectfully, 0. D. PHELFS, M. D.
Golden Medical Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
by friends in this city. presides at Montgomery, Birmingham
Discovery when Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried
and numerous
Huntsville remedies
while
She was :Mrs. Hammond Moore, ot Judge Toulmin the stomach is"weak" but they have all failed. I ran across your vertisemept and started with a trial bottle.
r New York city, the widow of. Colonel holds only at Mobile. The proposItionIs will re- I found relief at once. I have since purchased your full-size bottle and I am ever grate-

t Hammond Moore, an officer of the confederate to give them two courts each, but establish the body vigorous health. best ful. I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the

army, who settled in New as Judge Jones Is not going to bemove'd It cures diseases of the stomach and health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of ,
fit.
as
you see Home address,235 Rivington street. S.
l York shortly after the, civil war. She from Montgomery, the geography other organs of digestion and nutrition, 67 East 129th st., New RAPHAEL.York City.
of the nourishes the nerves and purifies the
situation is against
t came to San Francisco from Guatemala any blood. .

i last May In the course of a tour change. It may be stated on authority "1 suffered for four years with in my TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.Do .
around the world which she began that no change will be made againsthis stomach so that at times I couldn't work nor
wishes, and he wishes not to be eat." writes Mr. Frank Smith, of Granite,
t three years ago and which had Just Chaffee Co., Colo. "I wrote to you about my not delay. Write at once addressing DR. TAFT BROS' MEDICINE CO., 79 East
been concluded. The cause of her sui- disturbed. sickness and was told to use medicine, 130th st., New York City.Sold.
lour
which I did with good results. used four
';,r side Is unknown. bottles of your 'Golden Medical Discovery'and by All Dru.ggists.
Will Soon Go In Blast. must say that T am entirely cured, and feel like
a new man, and I can hi.-jhly recommend your
n; Kaiser's Gift to Miss Roosevelt. Birmingham, Ala.. Feb. 3.-The Iron medicine to any sufferer."

furnace of the Northern Alabama Coal, Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical I r
New York, Feb. 3.-The kaiser's
Iron and Railroad company will go Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on The Seaboard Air-Line
gift to Miss Alice Roosevelt, In connection i Railway
into blast the coming; week. The furnace receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay
with to America of'
the visit
of Address
has undergone a thorough repair expense mailing on.'v. Dr.

Admiral Prince Henry, says the Berlin ing. It is not a very large furnace, _IL V. Pierce__ ,. _Buffalo_ _,_N. Y._u__ CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.
correspondent of The Journal and
but in the course of tide will add quite i
Advertiser is to be a gold Jewel case, The Shortest Route.
an amount to the pig iron productionof The Best Line.
richly studded with diamonds. In the PURINA
.
the state The Northern Alabama
;> center of the lid is a portrait of the DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEIncluding
Coal, Iron and Railroad company owns
kaiser In enamel with the imperial r
.
and operates Its own coal and ore Sundays.
rc in diamonds.
monogram
mines, coke ovens, limestone quarriesand Feed.NKE't -TO-
The furnace Is In
railroad. good
Furnace Soon to Resume.
shape. and should have steady and VERY Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines
,
"" ,' Talladega.Ala.. Jan. 31.-Everything SACK. ,

"','. is now ready to blow in the Talladega lengthy run. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore

: furnace. A large force of hands, and KEEPSMULES ,

an Immense Lock of raw material CASTORIA UP Philadelphia, New York,

have been, accumulated and. soon the AND FEED

Ji big ;wheels will ,start. 'In app'recia- For infants and Children. BILLS DOW Through Pullman T1eepers.

r;' tfon, 'of. the event'' a banquet was tenaeled The Kind You Have Always.Bought Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville
fl General Manager John C. Scley New
to Orleans. '
I TRY IT
\ at the Elks' hall in 'thlsclty.i" .
For further information write
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Bears theSignature .
of tL J--,', Li:: Riley's' Honey and Tar E. L., BUNCH Gen.Portsmouth Pass. Agent A. 0. SUcDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Believes Right Away I Jongs Va. Jacksonville Fla
Pyny-Balxsm peals and
stops the cofigh.t JAS. M. BARR, Vice-president
and General
Manager, Portsmouth Va.
and makes a speedy end of coughs and colds. ,
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"' \ -, ; 'i I 0 41, .OOCOA BUSINESS. .-.DIRECTORY.- .. .. ,- ,....,......... 0"" ''''' ., . .. -: -......... ...d.. _'._rI ; after;.w ticli,.the floor WQ...clea #&.fot '
'f: ;. l: ';: Iv': W.L.HUGHLETT' :M., D.. L.T.DANIEL I ; I 'dancing, which was kept ,

ff. :, r D. D. S.-Ofaces over"The Indian River. .. .. !. .' :. ,.,!" ., .., - hours,of!morning; d Coughs
tit DrogCo'lstores'thelead1ngDrngestabUsh. >--; '- ' " " '-"" f
if t l' ,Stickney/Miss Hodgson,
t "
= *
: ; /:.. meat of the Indian river country. : : I Milan and others of ,our

r''i 1At1.-, WlLLI HINDLR-Undertiter and Embalmer Th FlnestCake ladies kindlY.Presided at

::. -;. Bicycled and(Sewing Machine sop- .. . thanks of the man8 had a bad cough for fix
I :.- plies,Tinning and Pipe Fitfcng.'..Bepairingof : : find
fl : and could MMrcijef
\ ;i ,Every Dejicription.yAgent forBeveridge'Steam ,- and Mrs. Stickney! and tried Ayes Cherry
l- t. ," ; ,Cooker. ; i V *_" the. .generous and able
r.1 : .: .. w- one-fourth of the bottle
> Ii"' ,FBANK LIPP Practical Shoemaker.1 Forty, Is made with Royal Baking the details of the play, ; : roe."

f 'I" .:;:. yean'experience; ,.all- kind .iof;repairing pertaining to_ the L. Hawn, Newington, Out.always.
: : : ;;. done;.nice and cheap;'also ladies'and, men's through.' A handsome
It 1,1' t;: r: '. shoes made to order. for St. Johns.church fund.
.
_
Powder. colds
H ' TT- Always light
c .r..J, -GOTO'J.1tL'SANDERS..The Old -Beliable ; ';,'":
i '- ; Store,' for good, !r and.reliable: goods a JuPITER. to something serious.
;4 'i -" "snch asx Dry*Goods, Saddlery, Crockery A four weeks' drouth chronic
Hats;Trunks and ja .full line,of,..Groceries.JABVIS sweet & wholesome. run into
ii./-, '
t t" x,. , .lr pure good rain on the 9th'and pneumonia
r, 1 I !,":>J ... HOUSE-Open all the year"sround. Citrus ,
h ..> 'r- .; Pleasant location facing the river on river trees blooming or consumption.
'
j < : : .or front. Bates|2.00 per day,special terms by I growth. :Pines blooming ',
t I ,. ; the week or month. wait, but take
and
Oranges, pines i
t.' ;: '
Pectoral
i :; MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIKECTOBY.. The guests of Hote: Indian' River en- f I hands which'stretched it across the street. shipped. daily: All bring Cherry

t "4.-::.' MELBOURNE STATE BANK,MELBOUBNE, joyed a delightful dances on .Saturday at the goal, Shares being a close'second.In Mr. M..E..Cruder, Dad soon as your cough .

:1! j .;"- FLA.-F,H. Fee;president; ,C.M. Horton, evening. Arrangements are being.made the second run Connors and Abney assessor. was hereon A few doses will
I;i f j' 1:."..' cashier. Every courtesy extended consistent for another one tonight (Wednesday), I tied. The third run "Shares and Taylor ,
R., .n::: with conservative banking. which'will be preceded by a potato race.' dropped out, and Galligan came in aheadon Quite a large fleet of you then.
-
f -.Z;:0;:.. FORT PIERCE.. BUSINESS. DIRECTORY. I Another hall_ ('Oines'off. at same place on a foul, as he crowded the others, not boats'are here awaiting IJzU: Z5c.SOc.,S1. AD inub
\' -1.' J;' Saturday night, the 16th. ,The old- giving them a fair show. Galligan was make the outside.run to .
: c''". . C. P. PLATTS-Physician and Surgeon. fashioned reels and t tqnare dances will be ruled out by the judges; The boys were canal being closed. & your doctor. If h. says take It. '
'
; t .the river promptly .. be "*
. Calls to point on a he If
any wy j
I i' '-,'::-.: answered.. FQ t.Pierce.Florida.: introduced. The excellent orchestra, finder exhausted, eo did not run off the tie until Capt. C..R..,Carlin it. then donor take tell,know a
'., the direction,of Mr. Harry Heidle- Tuesday afternoon, when Connors came number of town, lots in. with J.him.C.AYES We are CO.wilflnj.Lowed.Mao. ,
5 } berg,. is receiving universal encomiums.At off.with flying colors. is ha'inthem cleared i
: : RIUe RIPnS( :
ti ,e INDIftN H making permanent I
the great enchreparty held at Hotel BUEGLAES ABOUf.
< Mr.. .Norman B. Con 1902."I winter months. We will give .

::;.. ,. Paragraphs. Personal.i..and- Newsy Briefs Indian which the River one, prize mentioned was a last$50 landscape week, at The sweet slumbers of, the inhabitantsof weather bureau, spent rty welcome. ,;

E V at Towns Along the Coast.. painting there 'were fourteen tables of _Rockledge were ludely broken on last week inspecting our Wedding at Jupiter.
Thursday night by a loud crush and I a office, leaving for 'Key 0. Svendsen and Miss BRie ;'
in tie between
resulted
players. The contest
a -
t.:. COCOA.Mr. :Mr. Plinney Jewell, of Hartford, cry of "Burglars!" The response from' Mr. Conger's headquarters were married at 5 o'afeek!

. i: and Mrs.'E. P. Porcher, are off for Conn., and Hon. G. S. Hardee, of Rock- neighbors came'qnickly to the call. The Mich., but he was so afternoon, the 5th inst. Rev.
).i; to Havana. it disturbance proved to be .at the Cook climate and conditions at of West Palm Be eb,
r a trip ledge. These two gentlemen played
.1 cottage', occupied for the winter by Mr.
of his
spoke making The was performed
f Miss Maud Madison/the danseuse; gave out, and Mr. Jewell won, whereupon that ceremony
r and Mrs. John G. Leeds, of Stamford, of Mr.and Mrs. J. A. Wets,
exhibition at hall Friday evening gentleman courteously presented the picture -:
t an town Conn. Mrs. Leeds was awakened by Do Not Expect which had bees
.f t to Miss Swan of Hartford who had room,
of last week. '
t.. some one fumbling about the bureau, If a cold, long neglected decorated with palms and ever
done much the
so to make a suc
r Col. and Mrs. C. W. Harrison are entertaining party and she instantly arose from her bed. As treated, has clutched you the occasion. Mr..Henry Brook. '

4' ; their daughter-in-law and cess.The she reached the foot of the bed, intend- yon cannot shake it and Miss Ida Baker of S

;' granddaughter Mrs.Frank, Harrison and I rain on Sunday night kept the ing to go around it, there came a terrible you can stop its progress as best man and maid of

ii daughter, of Newark, N. J., : townspeople at home, but the gnestsof crash, and she came up against some one able time get rid of it the ceremony the gueelg
New Rockledge! hotel were treated to some who then overturned a chair and upset a use Allen's Lung Balsam. with cake and wine. TIt
The Avilah is making arrangements ing like this honest
remedy
.
_: +1'p' with a Boston lady.to give, an elocution extra fine music. The orchestra playedan stand, dashing through a heavy wire asthma and other daughter of Mr. T. M. Baker, '
, .. entertainment here the last of the month. overture, and several solos were l inter: screen of an 'open window, tearing the passages. prominent citizens, and
t epersed through' the service. Miss Sim- shade down and taking it along. Mrs. ;
t : She will also give one at Indian River and charming young lady.
". hotel arlorsforthebenefitofthelibrary. mons sang "A Dream of Paradise," Mr. Leeds screamed "Burglars!" and startedto APPLICATION TO is the second assistant l light J

J !i',1 Full particulars, later. Matthews sang "Beyond the Gates of go to the other room to secure matchesto Notice is hereby given Both of the young people -

I II Paradise," Mrs. Voss sang "Calvary," procure a light, when she stumbled date I will apply to the and are receiving a boat .
: The arrest'of four men for burglary at and Mrs. J. E. :McKee of Tri
,. sang "Song against some obstru tion which she county judge of Brevard and good wishes for
r 1 Rockledge, who were brought to Cocoa nmphAlto ther it was a musical climbed over, and when shereached the as guardian ad nurture and
for trial byDeputy Sheriff Paine, caused treat. This quartette ant orchestra gavea door leading into the other room she scribed property at private received happiness beautiful prosperity.arid I
Keen a minor, to-wit: many
;'$ no small rippleof excitement town. musicale on Wednesday evening of last found it closed and locked and, the key east corner of the south half .
;i The affair has warned the people that the week, with the help of Mrs. G F. Eddy, withdrawn. This frightened her more tion ten in township .

'Sw; season is ripe for such depredations, and reader. Another mu icale is in prepara- than anything else, as she felt like a rat forty east, and run thence & JONES

'" has served to put them on their guard. tion for this week,''but we have not yet in a trap. She went to the door leadinginto thence thence east west 210 210 feet feet to,the thence (

learned at what time. the hall which she crossed into ESTATE, AND INSURANCE,
Mr.''Sconce, of Sidell, 111., is a guest of the said land lying and being
maid's room procuring When Brevard, state of Florida. Loans Notary Public,
a light.
.k. .The Plaza. Last week he.,took a trip tog The most excitement that has prevailedin JAMES J. KEEN
:t the Thousand islands in Banana river, and Rockledge for some time was the foot she returned she found the room in the of Geo. A. Typewriting, Stenography.TITUSVILLE .

broke the record by bagging one hundred race of 75 yards along Indian River avenue utmost confusion; the bureau overturned, Titusville, Fla., Feb. 14th, FLA. -
ducks. Mr. Sconce holds as well as stand and chairs; mirror, lamp,
and
seventy-six on Monday last, between the New
F t '' the medals of many countries for trap bell Connors waterpitcher and other china smashed
Rockledge boys, Abney,
shooting. The gun club of Cocoa should Gallagan and Taylor, Paul Shares also into splinters. Investigation proved that Jas. Pritchard & Son
two had entered the house climb-
r r get him to give an exhibition on their running in the first two runs. A purse of men by ,
ing a tree standing near the kitchen thus
,
kt .' grounds some fine day. $45 was'made up among the guests to induce -

.. Your correspondent has the assurance the boys to do their best. Three gaining where access to the the rear windows verandah of, for.Headquarters. . . ..
they pried
f which of 75 yards the boy winning two out open
: from Mr. Flagler that the train on runs ,
the two and thus
rear rooms gained
;' "-:-.-1 (,. Admiral Dewey goes north will stop at of three to carry off the purse. In the trance. Footprints the en-
on
:1 ::,;., .... Cocoa in order that the school children fiat run Connors took the line from ther" the beds which stood counterpanesof before the HARDWARE

t' -;> may see the hero of Manila; also, that the windows were plainly traced in the damp I
admiral will return on a train which ...
r X : : ttt-ttt--tt-ttt lit
: sand which clung to their boots. One
1 ;'.:' -' passes in the day time, and that the day room was occupied by the maid but she ..Tinware, Crockery, Stoves...

,, ::' .' and date will be given. Every child was not aroused from her sleep until the Boat Goods Paints Oils
I
,1 should be given.an opportunity to see the Thill cough ,
I crash came and the calling of her mis-
,. '' commander of the Pacific squadron, and ti t- tress. The burglars: secured nothing for .od-
w to know who he is, that when they reach y OODEN AH..E. 1
their trouble. Mr. Leeds being a sound LV !/
that of their U. S. history they
q i portion, sleeper, did not hear anything until the Write for prices. d
i will take interest in it for having On
greater
i Daogs
I overturning of the bureau. He thoughtit j
seen the hero with their own eyes. They TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA.Box .
was an earthquake. Four tramps were.
.
"will it. 212.
never forget
4 I I arrested on suspicion!.but nothing. couldbe
_: You have proved against them The one who -
ROCKLEDGE. i used all JAMES PRITCHARD. President. W.M. SHOWN, Vioe-President. C. 6. SCHTTYLBB Cs atet
: entered through the maid'sroom took his
1 { ; .4 Miss May Cresson, of the St. Augustine down the front
1 departure stairs and out
1 ; ; \ Record, was a brief caller at Rock ledge on sorts of cough remedies the front door when he found the house- INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

,1;j Tuesday. i but it does not j hold awake. He evidently had a candle

i, A large Hendrickson tourist party from with him as spots of candle grease were County Depository.

.,.." ; c.. dian Brooklyn River.are quartered at the Hotel In- I 1 I yield ; it is too deep !I II found the front scattered room floor down, and the on stairs the and verandah on- Authorized Capital$100,000.

I this seated. It Mrs. Leeds proved her bravery by Paid up Capital, $ 25,000. j"
Mr. Jibb, station agent at place, I wear ,
( may )
her heroic action in _
has been transferred to Daytona. He climbing over the Average, Deposits, 5100,000.TRANSACTS .

a left for his new field of labor on the 12th. i I itself out in time, but j overturned in pitch furniture darkness and after through such the confu-debris A

1 Miss Bessie Smith and brother Clarence fit is liable to sion in the room, and was rewarded for General Business.
Banking
more
j left on Monday to follow their mother, her prompt action by saving her proper-

t Mrs. H. J. Smith, and other members of la i ii ty. She is to be congratulated, surely, on and Oldest
\ i produce Largest
grippe
.
,
l the family to their home at Pompton her presence of mind in such emergency. T
Lakes, N. J. Bank on the River. _
i pneumonia or aSeriI I
1 ij Mr. and Mrs. Elson Wright, who have i. ; EAU GALLIC. Exchange Bought and Sold on R -

j i been sojourning with A. D. Baldwin, left | ous throat affection. Bloom is showing on some of our citrus all Foreign... Countries. :
t Friday for Westville, Conn., their home. fruit trees.

I Mrs. Wright is'in very feeble health, and I I You need something j i Mrs. Barbour's packing house i? fast polite Patronage treatmentand appreciated.every Prompt favor consistent service,
did not improve here. .
t.; j approaching under the handsof with conservative tanking granted.CORRESPONDENTS

.i. ;. The ball at the New Rockledge on Saturday i that will give youj i Contractor completion Alex. Near. : j
: .: evening was a grand success. All Seaboard National Bank of New York
The Rosalind was sold to Mr. Wallace, and National Bank of Jacksonville. -
Rockledge people were there to { strength and build
young i
; of Palm Beach, this week. This boat was
trip the light fantastic over the glassy TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
.;, i" stored in Hodgson's boat yard. >,
I' floor. The orchestra was encored many [fup the body. j
times by the dancers. The most attenuated member of the Y. Y

S L. S. B. club is requested to communicatewith Paroid
Messrs. Charles W. Watts,of Brooklyn,. Roofing
Sambo care of Prof. Makeover.If .
; N. Y., and John G. Leeds, of Stamford, I SCOTT'SMUE.SION !

-, Conn., took a trip to Lake Poinsett on Miss Bridget Alvina Blathers, of the For Permanent Roof.
: Wednesday of last week, and brought in Y. L. S. B. society will entertain an offer,

I, .. a-string.of twenty-three beauties of the j [ f jI kindly write Prof. Makeover for particulars. -
Neponset RoofingFor
: finny tribe, and it was not a good day .
: for fishing, either. The whereabouts of Miss CalamityJane

We neglected to mention the new ice :; will do this when everything is anxiously wanted by Mr. Potter, Temporary Roof. '

i .' ( cream stand, nnder a new tent, which I I else fails. There is no doubt 1 1I of Texas. The lady's tears(or tares) have I Cheaper than Shingles, 1

l "". f. '. adorns Indian River avenue, just north' I about it.. It nourishes, conquered.The Better than Tin., .........

of the Rossiter ,studio, where the frigid I i Remodelscope, used by Prof. Mak- For Sale brGeo.
builds and
} t deliciousness is dispensed by Mr. Arthur strengthens, up eover, is now for sale at .Stelfox hall.

t Cady. The continued cold weather has I makes the body strong and I If Grinding up a 19-year-old spinster some- F. Paddison

closed; its doors for a few days;but Old Sol healthy, not only to throw i i what damaged the machine.. The LumbermanEAU ,

will beam his smile again upon as. f off this 'hard cough, but io I Miss Faith Coon, Miss Florence Hodgson GALLIE FLORIDA.,

The record at the Rockledge,postoffice fortify the system against Messrs. Gilbert and Taylor were ,
for January shows an increase of business il i, among our young people who were en- =

5, ttt Js in every department over last year. As a further attacks. If you are tertained at the Bellevue, Melbourne, on GEO. N. HATCH ee ee

+.' comparison, the outgoing mail numbered i run down or emaciated you i Tuesday.The x e ee

.r - 13,564 pieces 'against 8,949 for 1901, and should certainly take this play by the ladies of Eau Gallic on Dealer in General
I Merchandise
the incoming mail numbered 17,787 i I
food medicine. Monday eve was a grand success, not a
against 12,405 pieces of last year. There I nourishing reserved seat remained unsold. At the
;.T, is a corresponding increase' in other departments t 5oc.and$1.00,ail drag gists. consisting of evel'thing't.
close of the coffee cakes ROOXLEDOE
SCOTT&BOWNE,Chemists,New Yprk. play and "refreshments usually kept in a JPLA.
:_ r4. as well. of various' kinds were,served first-class general store..... :
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