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 21, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00614
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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1 : TO C BIH Is occupied, .asa: residence. The 'cabins MOULDING -
f IIOH Of U l[ '10M'S on the 'estate formed a little town ia ANDREW iUNtCY'iRi'3L DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, ;

. ; J <' .. , themselves. They were neatly kept, f >
f'k'I< .. { Old\ Slave's Home.Wat- .. On.the Kennedy Esr .- each was provided, with a front yard I e a MILL WORK OF ALL KINDS.

ti: :. '. J' ' tate.In Kentucky. and garden. !, and 'much was done tomake

tf f.,'. . : : : Special Correspondetee* The Florida* Star.-1L6risviLijs Many the of the life of old the general's'slaves pleasant servitors PAINTS, OILS, RAILROAD. STEAMBOAT: .

ll" kU S'= f'. f ,.Kyn. Feb. 10.-The agitation showed their: attachment to the place AND MILL SUPPLIES. -

fJ' sf' ; ". now in progress In various: parts by wanting to stay with his children m iILi a !
Ii ..;. ';".. .' of."'the country regarding' the, propriety ,after the war' had made them free x 0 -

!!. : <- :' of suppressing'< play "Uncle 'Toni s WILLIAM P. HASTINGS. II
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4 ; f Cabin" calls attention once again to the

i ,' quiet little village of Paint UctVon the Kidney complaints kill more people
than any other disease. This is due to .
and ,Nashville railroad in
Louisville ,
the disease being so insidious that it getsa
'y Garrard county., It was there that Mrs. good hold on the system before it is 9soPr P.O.BOz 4
> Stowe laid the.plot'for her: well known recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure will e 0 D e ;

novel on the farm and among 'the. negroes prevent the development of fatal diseaseif
I ..' taken in time. For sale by Wilson &
owned by General, Thomas Kennedy

I: . who was Garrard county's; first 4KARn : LIME.PLASTERHAIR& CEMENT.

i ... : '. representative in the general assembly They Like Dancing. .; ,
.' The Porto Rican native is much
i ;.''y'.,. of. Kentucky. given lo dancing. Both men and wom- WINDOW PL ATE (I7 ART GLASS *
There is plenty of evidence to prove OUR
t en have a natural love for the ball- TIui+
i I toe location of Uncle Tom's cabin on room.

the Kennedyestate. It will'be remembered ;- -

+ '. that Mrs. Stowe, opens her"book Speed of the Eagle. LARGE; STILL IS CAPTURED.
There Is some doubt as to the flightof '
(with the expression "In the quiet little
the eagle beiug as rapid as many One of Biggsst Ever Found In South DRE7T'SPhoto
i 4 .Tillage of PShe herself has often
would make It. but It Is yet known that Carolina. .

'' _. admitted that this referred to Paint the swiftest hare has no chance with it Greenville S. C., Feb. 11.-Revenue t

Lick and that she had the Kennedy In regard to speed. Collector Alken. assisted by several Stock House.

r farm in mind when she,began! the novel ,
deputy marshals near Snny Side,
w Most of the leading characters Winter coughs are'apt to result in con-
o .were drawn from I life .their prototypes sumptioji if neglected. They can be soon PIckens county, has destroyed a large SS.O q.aks- amerces: : ,
broken bv using Foley's Honey and illicit distillery outfit consisting of a 7

),+.. : .. being found at Poplar Hill as the Kennedy Tar. For up sale by Wilson & Son. 200-gallon copper still, 13 .fermentersand Anc1. supplies of A11 Kinds

'I'I t (. place was called. 2,000 gallons of beer. For Amateur and Professional Developing and Printing.

t There still is at Paint Creek a living Crushed to Death By Wagon. The still was in operation when discovered -
Dothan, Ala., Feb. 8.-While Mr. G. p Iail Orders carefully handled. *
and the
link between the past of the novelist'sday operators, Stanleyand
H. Watford"was hauling wood his
and the fast fleeting present in the Conley, were arrested. The H. & W. B DREW COMPANY
mules became frightened and ran away
0 _, shape of a diminutive negro who was Officers say it was one of the largest
I with him. He was thrown from the
outfits in this
sectionof 'Pla.
ever destroyed Jaoksonvil1e
and ,
of General Kennedy's slaves
one :
wagon against a large tree and the the state.
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(who remembers him as a kind hearted wagon with its heavy load crushed ,

When traveler reaches Paint Mother0" pafelv give Foley'a Honey I
man. a him to death. He was one of the best can I I

Lick the first person he meets is this farmers and most substantial citizensof and Tar to their children for coughs and I
colds for it contains! no opiates or other bida' "THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA ; i
little creature black as ebony, 3 feet 9} Geneva county. He lived about Smiles X ,

,} inches in height and weighing only from Dothan.The poisons. For sale hy Wilson & Son.Tolstoi's 1 (!oo 1 is PARADISE REGAINED. :

"' sixty pounds. lie meets all trains at ; .
Last Heard of It. Condition Alarming.
.. the village station. (, I
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London Feb. 10.-Vladimir Tschert-
"I'ze old Norman Kennedy Argo. 1 "My little boy took the croup one night II
knowed Uncle Tom,', Is the way be introduces and soon grew so bad you could hear him koff, Count Tolstoi's agent in England FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. r
breathe all over the house." says F. D. has received alarming advices regard.

S 1 himself to a stranger and"he Reynolds, Mansfield, 0. "We feared he ing the condition of the Russian reformer

1 Invariably adds That's yer name? would die, but a few doses of One Minute who is in the Crimea. After LOCAL TIME' CARD No. asIn Effect January 15 1902
is the sole survivor ,
Old Norman Argo I
Cough Cure quickly relieved him and he improving fn health Count Tolstoi suf--,

'4T ;'t of the hundred and odd slaves that belonged went to sleep. That's the last we heardof fered a relapse which bas caused serious -i i!I SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-HEAD UP. i iI

if .,, to the Kennedy estate at the the croup. Now isn't a couch! cute like I
+ time of the general's death. He was that valuable?" One Minute Cough Cureis anxiety. He is suffering from I .NO.7S.NO.74.HO.2S'.NO.H' -
I heart failure and inflammation of the No.99: No.29\ No,23\ No.35 MAIN LINE. :
safe and
born In the eighteenth century and is absolutely acts immediately.For I

thus more than a hundred years old. coughs colds, croup, grip, bronchitis, lungs. I
and all other throat and lung troubles it 8 20 p lU3 p 1 65 a 9 40 a LT.....TacksoDT1lle....Al 7 00 p 119 p t C-0 p T .h I
+ Old Norman was well acquainted with is a certain to take. Foley's Honey'and Tar is best for croup ...... ....... 9 48a .....So. JackBonrtlle..LT e 1 p3.33p .... .. ... .. .
cure. pleasant
most and who ping cough, contains no opiates, 200p 900a1o55a 6be&
,. kg" the original George Harris a The little ones like it. Wilson & Son. and cures quickly. Careful mothers keep . . . . 1127 ::::::.Hastin! ...:::::: i 1!3p13p p . .8e7p. . .
i prominent; character in Mrs. Stowe'sbook. I ...... ......
10 lOp a tOp 94Oa1142a .East Palatka. 4e3 1J 525p 3$3p 006.
4 .In real life Harris was George it in tie house. For sale l hv Wilson &Son.I I e a .............1313p ........ Neoga ........ 4 25p.... . .... . .......
Big Damages Asked. i 'a ....... ....... .......12 31p .........Bunnells.......... .... . .. . .. J
Lewis Clark and Argo frequently Montgomery, Ala., Feb. 10.-Martin Know One Sure Remedy ', ....... .12 31p ..........DUpoDt ......... 4lip.. . . .. .. . ....... _
l worked and slept with him. _for an_obstinate__ .__cold.__Its_name_ __id PynyBalsam.Cures . _. I F 1125p 3Up1)47a( 105p ........ 43p t17p 701p 469e1133p a
H. Sullivan the wealthy lumberman of .n 3 3pl)66a( IISp ........ 403p GC2p 488& If
L Clark was a weaver, knitter sewer Pensacola Fla., has brought suit Eczema,Itching: Humors, 1261) ..... al p.. .. . ...... ofa
-1 1 and a good cook. When General Ken ; to i 1203a t17pllI9a 146p ....... .Ormond..3 02p 3 f3p G 37 p 4116o ?
recover damages from the Louisville Through the blood by taking Botanic ...... . .... ... ..... 2 03 p ........ 33p . . . . . . pw
: nedy was alive. Clark was not sent to and Nashville for Blood Balm (B. B B.), which makes the I200a 603p1207p 241p ........ cal' 2 cap 643p 614& >
the fields, and Argo being houseboy, an alleged violation blood and rich heals 8 ....... ...... ...... 3 21p ............Cocoa......... .:5p . . . ... .... ;:
of an agreement on lumber rates from pure every sore, 143a IS 6'1> 12 60p 3 SSp ........ .Rockle e........ .1 Up 81Sp i 55p 1286
grew to know him very intimately. the lower portion of the state. scab, scale! boil or eruption, and stops d ....... Up...... .2Zp ........Ea.u Gallie........ 2P 143P t 22p .......
$ Thomas Kennedy, Jr..'.did not long survive Sullivan the itching of eczema. B. B. B. cures especially t:: ... ........Meltlourne........ 12181' l"p 4 ..
Is a partner of General Russell A. the and seated : ...i.... 03p ........ Sebastian ........ .1183& ...... .. ..
his father, and Clark got It into worst most deep .
J. his head rightly or wrongly that he Alger, former secretary of war in the cases. B. B B. kills: the humors in the '857a' ..6' n ::::::.Fort' 8t. Lucie.Pierce::::::: g : :.12.b'p T .

i ;''4 lumber business. The Sulllvan-Alger blood. Druggists $1. Describe trouble ....... = lip .......'Vh1teC1ty.. ...... 10 26a ...... ... .
''4 was about to be put up for sale with Lumber has and trial bottle ........ 26p ..........Tibbals.......... 1o 18.. .......Hp-..
4 the other negroes. So he determined togain company vast Interests in ., sent free by writing Blood I ....... ,::... 30p ...........Eden........... 10 OSa .... .. ... ..
the southern part of Alabama and in Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. 4 ....... ;e 35p ..........Jen en.......... IOWa....... .. ...
1 his libeity. He confided his plans the northern portion of = ....... ; 45p .......... Stuart .......... f 65 a ....... ... ..
. to Argo. One detail was to bleach him Florida. The. Crushed to Death. .......Hopesound....... (123&.. ... ... ..
4i fair skinned suit involves $100,000.Clerk's Miners -No.2B'z 3p..4;: 33p .......West Jupiter ...?. 911 Ns.2d5a
4 i self from a mulatto to a Butte, Mont., Feb. 10.-In a caveinin I 1- : CU !! Af..WestPalmBeaeh.... S5 -
}' n' : white man. In a few months lIe he escap-north Wise Suggestion. the diamond mine one of the Amal gOO 5 600a 50a ,:,,!" : 15 5p p LvTheBreakers..Hotel Royal Poinciana. ... .. 82T 8 25> a------------
mule. went
t i. qd by stealing a "I have lately been much troubled with gamated properties, Jerry J. Conroyand I 9 I 85 a 6 05 a 30 p .Hotel Royal PoIncIana. 810 .
_1 where he met Mrs. Stowe and gave her : 945a 61 a 9 40 p ....West Palm Beach. .Ar 8 0u a' a p aoep SI'
dyspepsia, belching and sour stomach, I Richard Williams were crushed to . ..... .. .... Boynton .Lv 1M a. .. . .... . ...... .
her novel. I
the plot and characters for writes M. S. Mead, leading pharmacist of death. An immense mass of rock : 1069a ...... .. C3p .....Fort Lauderdale. .. .. 1138& .... .. ...... . .... .
v ;f Clark's wife the Eliza of the story Attleboro, :Mass. "I could eat hardly 75 tons fell the I 1130a .. .... . 41 p ......Lemon City. . . . 559u! . ., .. .. .. ... '1' P
weighing over upon 8 10 Ar .. ... Mlam1 . Lv 550a .
:was in real life named Margie. She anything without snffering several hours. I When i I1145a a 50 P S29a1100a 3Xp 4 p
burying them completely.
i was left behind when Clark escaped My clerk suggested I try Kodol DyspepsiaCure I men recovered the bodies of both were Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St Augustifte.
I but soon ran away to Louisville. There which I did with most happy results. I

I, ? :' she remained until her husband returned I have had no more trouble and badly I, JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.
when one can go to eating mince pie, I I I I I! T I I i
., for her from Ohio and the two I .
i No.23*No.27 *No.35 No.291No.31 {No.37l'No.43 $
cheese, candy and nuts after such a time. mangled.Tired I No.9eilNo.l
went to Cincinnati on a steamboat.
"their digestion must be pretty good. I So Lv. Jacksonville........... 7 55: al 9 00 a 940a,1255p 233p 3C3p 4COp 3 OS p.. 8 20 pi | 309 :
Old Norman declares that the trip endorse Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heartily. Ar. St. Augustine.......... 8 55 alO,| 00 a 10 50 a 155 p 333p, 4 CS PI!' 5 13 p 9 OC pi 126 131 I

,, across the ice was a pure invention of You don't have to diet. Eat all the good I ST. AUGUSTINE TO JACKSONVILLE. I I Ii Ii i:

;; the author. He also stamps as a myth food you want, but don't overload the It may be from overwork, but I II
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' the death of little Eva. The original stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests the chances are Its from an inactive .No.98No.92No.16No.' 4No.36 4No.38 .No.78 .No.74 .Ne.3I I Ns 2I $
your food. Wilson & Son. I -I l! 41 I I i-- --- I
1t i LIVER.:: .._ I Lv. St. Augustine......... 650a 8 00)( al 8 15 a! 8 55 a 11110&111 41J a, 550p, 613pj 630p! SSCf '
I Ar. Jacksomri<>........... 7 50a 9 00)( a| 915ai005a1210ail2; ih'; 7 03 pi I 713p| f 30 LI ._
With a well conducted LIVERone
Higdon Will Not
Montgomery Ala., Feb.Resign.10.-A close can do mountains of labor I SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES. i

? personal and military friend of Colonel a without fatigue.It I JACKSONVILLE TO MAYPORT. PALATKA TO EAST PALATKA. I

E. L. Higdon, of the Third regiment adds hundred cent to -:-
'----==-'-" --:':.- Alabama national per STATIONS. I 4No.5 No.17lNo.19pNo,21; I; STUlv S. -No.47 'No.49'No.61 *No.63'Ni.S7
-- guard, statesthat I I
::: -- i I. ones earning capacity.
j % iT.- Colonel Higdon has been advised Lv. Jackson\'ille.. M a')a 615 p'lu lu a 2 00 It Lv.1'alatka I \I kit 11 1111., 2 15 pi! 4 :E1l1, 1Z ;
I 8.Jacksonville. 88811. 623pl018a Ar.E.I"I'tka 35 35 pi
303p sill a 2 35 t" pi 4241i
: > by many of his friends not to resign. it can be kept in healthful action Pablo Beach.... 910 a, 6 e5 PlIO! fiO Il 2 iO p
1 t --.-- Colonel Higdon has gone to Mobile to by, and only byTiitt's t Atlantic Beach. 915' a; 7 CO J11'' 55; 1\ :2! 4: [p i I EAST PALATKA TO PALATKA.
- I Af. )1ayport ..... \I 31)3,, 715 JIll 1Od l 3 03 I'i ; ------ --- --
attend a meeting of the Travelers' i i STATIONS. |.No.46 Na.48Mo.60 '..52.t1ef4
_ i
Protective association. His friendssay i MAYPORT TO JACKSONVILLE. : : .
I Lv.E.P'l'tk.i. >, 1:111I 4-,a i! IK 2 ? 5.
: tt 4
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1i that if he resigns it could be con 81 A.TIOSS.: .No.61 i.No.18liNo.2B i; Ar.l.lI.latka.1 I K I'6 a;lu tfeji 13 88 p 3 07 pt i fig tt
strued as an admission
on some points Pills i Lv. )Ia 'port . .... 6 35 al t 45 pill 3u a SAN MATEO BBA2TCK.
which he does not deem necessary to Atla.n tic Beach. 6 50 5 CO P 111! a

Rt : ; ry 4 make. Pablo Beach.... 655a 5C3p1150a *No57No.4S I !:! STATIONS. I,.!8.... -Se..Sg
I S.Jackson vUle. 7 27 a 5 31 p 12 22pi j
Ar. Jacksonville. 1 35 a 5 45 12 33 6 25 -t.1&Lv. E.l'alI.tka.r! '
Foley's Honey and Tar cures the cough I p p p; ( o &&, 7 J0
6 5 p 8 05 a Ar Sun Mat/v, \.q.IS %j' ? QJ
caused attack of la It heals
the lungs.: For sale by Wlson & Son. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.

1,1" .....FOR..... -No.11 SUTIOSs.: I.No.12
,,. . ,, . Sues For :$25,003:; Damages. .7 05 ..........'' .......... 129 p, .No.31..o.1 STATINL. I ...Z : ....
i to .. Birmingham Ala., Feb. S.-In the A Shave and .a Hair Cut 718a ............... Mims............. 1 C7p I -3 50pl, 1'Ja.Lv :-.N.Sji.yrna.. A' -14.- ,:-8 3$ a
.' 83311. .............. Osteen..............1151 p855a I 4 341'jll+ -21 a, . .LunK Helen . ;1| S8
f a its _. rc city court a suit for $25,000 damages ... ... ............EnterprIse............ 11 Sus93OaAr 4 43pill Iilla'' .(lfIl.OIE"'Y 44p16M(' 1
)1 '.. has been filed against the Birmingham .GO TO.: I ...........Sanford..Lv'ii OIJR 4 53 pill 45 alAr' 0-. City...!LvUlOpj_ i! i Mtn i,

.'f.- Southern railway :>y Boyd Un =- ---- *Daily. Daily except Sunday. Ibaily except Monday. Sun lay olnv! .
derwood who sues for the death of Carruthers'.Barber Trains do not stop at stations opposite which no time Is ;shown.

':..". THE ORIGINAL UXCLE TOMS CABIN. Felix Underwood. The allegationsare Shop, These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected t>, arrive an-1 I ...lfoJ'tI
from the several stations but their arrival or departure at the times ;stated is u-jt fru.'inttsd,
Eva is still alive and is now a grand. that the deceased Xone but experienced work-1 I does the
;.t met his death inn TTTTTCVTT T v nor Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any eoniequenees truing
mother. Of Uncle Tom himself Norman accident on this road.A men employed, and perfect FLORIDA therefrom.

t has much to say but nothing very satisfaction guaranteed......... | : I
Alarm. J. L. CABEUTHEES Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami
,'.t pleasant Norman declares that instead Night ,Proprietor. I .
of being a persecuted colored man Worse than an alarm of fire at night is I
: him Uncle Tom the brassy cough of croup, which sounds BETWEEN MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
as the book depicts ,
like the children's death-knell, and it Corn and Oats HighTRY II MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.
,was "a worthless no 'count nigger disliked means death unless something is done
6, HuiMlama
Commencing January
even by his own rac I
southern quickly. Foley's Honey and Tar never LT. Mons., Thura................11 so p I Lv. Nassau, Weds., Sate..m ..
Poplar Hill was a typical fails to give instant relief and quicklycures Ar.1\a.ssau.Tue3., 3 w p.r.I 1 Miami, Tuu .;., ... 1 _.
I & home with thousands of acres of rid the worst forms of croup. Mrs. P. I Commencing February 3, 1M.I .

'i land, beautiful orchards and a deei L Cordier, of Mannington, Ky., writes: PURINAFEED I Lv. Miami Ions., Weds., Fr1s..3 00 p I I Lv. Nassau, Tuea., Thnre.. Sate........ .| _
' park. At the time young Tom Kennedy "My three-year-old girl had a severe case I Ar Nassau,Tues.,Thurs., Sats .... ... .. ./fl 30a | _\.r. Miami, Weds., P'rts.,8una..1" .8

came into possession of his share of of croup; the doctor said she could not i| MIAMI-HAVANA DIRECT LINE.

Clark made almost a live. I got a bottle of Honey and Tar; for t I, Commencing January 1, Ifcri

the estate was the first dose gave quick relief and saved Lv.Miami, Suns., Weds.. ................11 30pi Lv. Havana, Tues., Fris................ago ...
:, free man. His master gave him a horse her life." Refuse substitutes. For sale j I Ar.Havana Mons.,Thurs................ 5 00 p I| Ar. Miami, Weds.,gats .. .............. ft Otft

{ and a light wagon and allowed him togo by Wilson & Son.c.A.sTORSAA.. DONKEV AND CHECKER* Hard MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

I throijgh the country trading. Clarkwas BOARD ON ALL SACKS.i I Lv.Miami, Mon., Wed., Fri. .............1130 P Lv. Havana, Mon Wed .... ...............Sl
Ar. Key West,Tues.,Thurs., Sat.......... 2 ;}I) p Ar, Key West, Mn Wed .. . ...........q .
: bright and intelligent and did very \VorkingStock. Lv. Key West,Tues., Fri.. Sun .........12 00 n't Lv. Key West, Tues., Thurs. 8 .t..........i re 5
i Y ; 1'"n this business. He was often Bear tie Tha Kind You Have Always Bought ; I Ar. Havana, \,"pd.t Sat., Mon . ...... .... 8o\a Ar. Miami, Wed., Fri.. Sun . . .... . i qpI S

y mistaken for a white man. Sipature yof I For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.
: The Kennedy home still stands and 'Z( t .' ,
D. EAHNEB, Asst. Gen. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, SLA.

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.1' ", r ----I. THE FLORIDA STAB: FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 1902. .

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; !2; / GOYRNMENTPARLATYRLLEYFORN[ Valley Forge, though In most legal doo MOBILE MARDI'- GRAS. .&

uments of the day it retained the naml . __ _ .
of Mount This '_L._H_' __ .___ .___ .' _. ".. __. . .., . ..--. -- =-- -- --- - -". .
Joy. it is .
i'i" Plan to Make Washington' name, said Felix! ,. Emperor of Joy, and Court Arrive - -- '- - -- -. .;

I.:.,;....; HUtorfc Camp I was given It by William Penn, whq \ilth. Great Pomp: .

National Reserve. .while exploring,the place, lost his waj Mobile JAIa., Feb. 10. The' ,u,nutnnnw rmttII1NNIImIImnllMnltbalNtttNlxttuntrNnaunI
! i mardi
t .; Special Correspondence of The Florida Star. on the hill south of the Valley creek, gras carnival began In earnest todayon
! : which he named Mount Misery, but CAST A
!'Y PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 11.-The memo the arrival In great pomp of Felix,
! bers of when he reached the top of the oppo of
' ,the Valley Forge Park associa emperor joy and his court,and the
f' site mountain and found where he was
tion are much keys of the city were delivered to his (
! encouraged over the he named it,Joy mountain.
assurances given at the recent hearing CARBOLL WALLACE Ross.A majesty. Tonight there will be a parade fiat.' ,? ',',, .{ , ,, ,Iltll,1Ilbl,UI, ,;EI ,tl LII6i'I For Infants and Children.
by the Krewe
before the military of Crreniacs, to be

:' house of representatives committee of the Thousand Dollar ThroWD;Away. followed by a balL
at Washing Tomorrow afternoon The Kind You Have
there will be
ton on the bill now Mr. W. W. Baker. of Plainview, Neb., \
pending In con parades by the Knights of
: writes Revelry and
gress which : "My wife had lung trouble for .
provides for the purchase over fifteen We the Comic Cowboys, and at night the
years. tried a number of :
ri of 1,400 acres of land in Pennsylvania doctors, and spent over a thousand dol. old societies, the Order of Myths and -_IIlti'II' ,i Ip.t I': li l I'' ii .I'Ptll nAVegetablePrdparationforAssimilating Always Bought!

E" embracing the site of Washington's s lars without any relief. She 'was very Infant Mystics, will give brilliant pa

k.ti.., 2 camp. A' memorial has also been presented low, and lost all hope, when a friend rades and balls. The city is filled with theToodandRegula- ,

to the president from suggested trying Foley's Honey and Tar, strangers. ting the Stomachs aidBowels of Bears
favorable whicha which I did; and thanks be to"this great theTHCCCNTkWR
'- response is expected. remedy, it saved her life. She is stronger Wilson & Son, the druggists, will re-

The purpose of the Valley Forge Na and enjoys better health than she has und you your money if you are not satin 1

fi l' tional Park association Is to restore ever known in ten years. We shall never fled after using Chamberlain's Stomach -.._.. .. Signature /U} j

this historic ground to the condition in be without Foley's Honey and Tar, and and'Liver Tablets. They cure disordersof Promotes Digestion.Ch rrul-
would ask those afflicted the stomach
which it to try it. For biliousness, constipationand
p- was Immediately succeeding sale by Wilson "Son. headache. Price, 25 cents. Samples nessal>dRest.Containsneltha' I of
Its occupation by the f Mineral.
Continental army ree. Oprum.Morpuine nor ,

and and to preserve it as a national park> Two Georgia Towns Burglarized. NOT NARCOTIC.Pumplan .

military reservation. Something Survey for Railroad. I ...
Ga., Feb.
has 10.-Whites.
already been done hi this direction, Letohatchie, Ala., Feb. 10.-Engineers I I I
burg and
Banning towns .
but nothing in in the southeastern J4ryce Q/'OldJi-SWllILPJIr.m.Jl
with what are busily engaged on the
part of this
should county, burglarized "
be were
done -
view SeeJ"Jbpermsat
of of
the impor vey a railroad from Morganville, a
Saturday night. The .
tant place postoffice .4A..fenoa.R4ellsSdtr#
Valley Forge occupies in station on the Louisville and Nashville
at Banning was broken into, the loss -
Revolutionary history. Had Washing at about 15 miles from Montgomery .Anile deal In
present being unknown.
ton been The store
unable to hold together here to Hayneville, the -. .
his : of J. H. Lipscomb at Whitesburg county site of .B J
ragged and starving army suffer was Lowndes county. It is understood that Warn SeedfLmfud <
ing from cold entered and $200 in cash, besides a &tgar 1
privation during Colonel W. Brewer *'-
and Dr. W. P. Rus -
small check
the terrible winter. of 1777-78 there sell, two of the wealthiest men in the UseFor

would probably have been no "crown Acworth county, will*build the road and work Apcrfect Remedy for Constipa
ing grace of Yorktown and Bank Resumes Business. tion. Sour StormchDiarrhoea.
the struggle will begin as soon as the engineers ,
for national Acworth, Ga., Feb. 11.-The S. Lem.
Independence would complete their report. This road will! 'Vonns,Convulsions.feverish-

have doubtless been continued long on bank opened yesterday mornltfg at do a paying business, as it will get all ness andLoss OF SLEEP. Over

beyond that generation. the usual hour for business. The total of the Hayneville and South Lowndes ..

Some years ago the Centennial and loss is $4,300. There will be no trade which represents the most Facsimile Signature ofF

Memorial Association of Valley Forge, cessation of business and depositors ductive part of the "black belt. .pro.

with the aid of the Patriotic Sous of will in no way be affected by the recent ..__u ____ Thirty YearsCASTRA

America, purchased the house in whicb burglary. Negotiations have al NEW YORK.

Washington spent the dreary winter ready begun for an improved and uptodate f O eta q % O !i t r

months. This substantial structure of I burglar proof safe. I iI I

the gray granite which was used so ., 6I
much in building In colonial times ha:s Mr.Wheeler Got Rid of Ilia Kheumatl. I /

withstood the storms of "During the winter of 1S9S I was so !
more than 5 t
lame in joints fact all
my in over
century and Is
past in
today I
a perfect
state body, that I could hardly hobble around, '''\\\1\--..
preservation. COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY
when I bottle
bought a of Chamberlain's
There: was a movement some year Pain Balm. From the first application J ;,::1f.' ;.:J,1't T ; 'M. fl'l: !?' .....Jl1I!

ago in Pennsylvania to make Valley get well,and was cured and lia\e

Forge a state park, and in 1S93 the worked steadily all the year.-R.WHEELER,

legislature voted $:x,000 for this pur Xorth\\ood, N. Y. For sale by Wilson. & - -- -- -

'k pose. A commission wds appointed fo Son. I .

the purpose, which paid out the $2:>,000 .
Ancient Crayons. rff I ASTHMA CURE FREE 1Asthma. !1-
succeeding for a tract or legislature about ?:'Q having acres.refused Every The Egyptians used pencils of colored I I

5 chalk, and several of these ancient The fact that all women suffer during
to make
appropriations crayons have bees found to tbt ST the birth-hour leads a great many wotuen. R : Isst&sfc
park rDmm3ss)o11)x > iSrg tt ai su img )}
tfie lastt4 tvatlliAli b'i.>> nFquiretl )T.2t .. uttttecessat.y. 6ometimes $ nent Oure In. All Cases.

negeetmH BW it is:: as:: vfiiii n: tortnai In the Enrih, is 'hours, sometimes days before the
t When the CuUuenta.hH rs guilt struggle ($, over. No medicine can absolutely ;
their huts there. Naturalists estimate the number of eliminate pain from this time SEXT ABSOLUTELY FREE os RECEIPT OF POSTiL.

has worms in each acre of earth to lie of travail, but Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription WRITE YOU :NAME AND ADDRESS LAISLY.II' .
\ During the last few years there
34000. and they ivaintaiu that it is can and does make the baby's
i been a growing sentiment that the
gen almost advent
: Impossible to calculate the practically painless. It acts upon

amount of good done by these crea. the j organs of maternity, giving them "f: There is nothing like Asthmalerie.:
tures. strength and elasticity. It produces CHI ,r3 It brings instant relief even in the

F.f' physical comfort and mental cheerfulness. C'f P a Blue Gum Wood. It is an effective tonic giving r \1 t/i TE i'G
Rev. C. F.
< Wells of Villa Ridge,
Blue gum is a very heavy wood a the mother abundant nutrition for her Yft'll9 Sill., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthuialeoe
6 \f' cubic foot weighing 52.GS pounds. child. I t Hn in good condition. I cauuut tell
.. .?.- < .::-\ \ "I believe I owe my life to Dr. Pierce's reme- ;I you how thankful I feel for the good derived -

/ ..... djes. and have long felt it my duty to acknowledge \ from it. \ was slave, chained with
.. :.. ,- t.... 'i ,21 cf.- .'._ Onr First Speller. the t>encnt I received from Dr. Pierce's Q . putrid sore throat and asthma for
_" I. ..... i t/Ji I Favorite Prescription and Pleasant Pel ets.' *' ten
-'I ''I I 'C:r.7i :J <. ;. ?HOI't d' ...,.. . The first spelling book printed in tills: says Mn :\Ia''M O Hayzel., writing from Brook- years I despaired of ever being cured I
i'! ; ._ _; ( -. ,-' ii country tva;; entitleil 'The American l laud D C "Six years ago after the birth of saw your advertisement: for the cure of
ry < lSC.. -: ;f., "csI, . tl'. JJ..... .: Book one of my children. I was left In a weak run- this dreadful and tormenting disease,asthma -
J Spelling
A' -. .. by Noah Webster. ItwasN down conditiun.Iy health zil
_.. : : \ ,.-.. i'M seemed utterly and thought you bad overspokt-n
% ;:'o ." : 1: :::. gone. Life was a burden. I doctored your
-" II!!0, 11.01_ issued In 1783. and for considerably with three selves but resolved
\ to give it trial.
t i WI 'Jl.- I different a To
... physicians and got no relief. I
,, f" I ; '. =""T.y4. . i, more than half a century was the I to get worse. and to add to the complications began, I I my astonishment the trial acted like a
J .. !
I. ;. \\J' /i
_- 'I "IoejI' : . charm. "
1 "e. standard work used in all suffered terribly from constipation.; I chanced Send me a fullaized bottle.
;-" d .. ,1'ih&.; ...._,.. American to see one of your advertisements and concluded '?
,----l,.. .rI ,. L.WIk- 1 schools. to try the above remedies. Rabbi of
3. >:'O'.. 1Io1'l. ". ;I'; I commenced to take the Cong. Bnai Iirael.
t.i.... .. '\ii' '-.". !/'" .:.;' 'i: .:- Dr.Pelleti'Pierce's Favorite Prescription and' Pleasant A // New York, Jau. 3. 1901
fffil >4irli'I '-- Widows and "'ldowert.In and began to improve right away,and / Drs.Taft Bros'
r : f.. .1. .'.... '" ';.f'<.. : continued improving and gaining in Medicine Co.
: strength.
iiK1"M ;
,. U \ "'''.''>:\. '!'?I: t :t. every 1.000 British men there: are I cannot express the relief it was so great f ?' Gentlemen: Your tbuialeue is:1lJ ca-
k ''-/1.:'v'.i ti. Seven months cellent remedy for asthma and
later little hay fet
,, daughter l'r
{ : ; "\Jrl ; !1It -: ;:'I-2>-' thirty-five widowers; In 1,000 British my was born
without mut. trouble. I feel that I would never and its composition alleviates all! troul>U->
J. "A8nIXGTO 'S HEADQUARTERS AT VALLIT5FOKGE. women there: are st. wnty-{>igbt widows.For have been able to endure my confinement only which combine with asthma. 1 1,success laastoiiishing
for the help due solely to Dr. Pierce's medicines. 4 and wonderful. After '
bat iu
Over Sixty Years. She was a fine healthy child and the only one it ;;
; 4 I have ever been able"to carefully analyzed we can state' that
f. eral government should take steps t1.f. I Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup ha Dr. Pierce's Pleasant nurse.Pellets .s Asthmalene contains no opium. chloro

preserve this historic field as it is morEt been used for over sixty years by millions stipation. cure con- EYERY t form or ether: Very truly yours.
of national than of state interest. Tht of mothers for their children EfcV. liz JIOKEIS WE H:
t movement of the Valley Forge; ass while teething with perfect success. Itootbes .
I . \', RELIEF. Avon Springs, X. Y., Feb. 1. 1901.
elation which is composed of representatives the child soften* the rimi, all.u s #;.Vo' Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the be-t
f of various historical and patriotic a Gentlemen: I write this: tbltimouial from
I remedy for diarrh a. It will relieve the sense of duty. hat my tested the wonderful effect of your Astbmaleue for the cure of asth-
t sOl' l'ties. is therefore timely am poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by rnt. My w ife! bas: '1"'i
: commendable. druggists! in every part of the world. t. ./. :, ..... hausted nt>- on a skill! as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your.indvw8
Reasons other than those of patrioticsentiment Twpntr-f f'e cents a bottle. Be sure and "''.'1\.,) .: ".. __.'.'-.' ou 130th street New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmaleue. My wife commenced
',I, -' '. taking it about the first of
:.- November. I noticed
\ urged for lllakiu'nlll'5 ask for'"Mi Il'inslow'sSoothing l ,y t S '. : .... ,: _"'.. wry soon a radical improvement. After
are ? Syrup, : 'r11 \:: ./. "' .' using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all I
Forge a military reservation. tht and take no other kind. { \. 'tiy ; feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with symptoms.this diatresin -

location of a military base for the section . > 'b: ;; disease. Yours respectfully, O. D. PIIELPS, 3[. D.
A Factory.In ", .
: of country covered by Pcnusylva' : .Y. Dr. Taft Bret; Medicine Co.

nia. Maryland, Vl'lawan'l'W JITSCJ New Zealand t\\0 persons working .:t Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remedies
\ r.
together constitute a factory. fin a but they have all failed. I ran advertisement
across your and started
be sur'passed. v"a.Io..J. with a trial; bottle.
and New York its site cannot > : fnh'Jt
"' ; flh Jif I'I'Vi I found relief at once. I have since purchased your full-s>ue bottle and I
From there it is urged; an ai Give Children Candy. A ful. I have fami.y; of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am am now ever in grate the

my could strike with equal facilit; really healthy woman has lit- 1 best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of
I An authority on the cunand feeding as you see fit. Home address, 235
traveled tle Rivington street.
south, north or west by main pain or discomfort at tne S. UAPHAEL
of children that the normal child
roads. As a point of centralization ci I says 67 East 129th st., New York City.
will want candy and should have it. nien>trual period. Xo woman
supplies in the event of war it is ideal
While it is extremely improbable, it i- drawing the line, however, at cheap needs to have any. Wine of f. TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
confectionery or the very rich blghprit.l [
absolutely certain thai!l Cardui will quickhrelie.c l
by no means those
li bonbons. Good molasses bar or 4t Du
not deIay Write
the last foreign foe has set foot upo:i at once, addressing DE. TAFT BROS' MEDICINE CO 79 East
marshmallows are recommended as a smarting menstrual pains and 130th st., New York City.Sold.
the soil of America, and the day might
suitable choice, or other plainYl'ts.. the dragging head
come when Valley Forge; would again; u back and by A.II Drug;1sts.
the candy to be given after he noon
play as important a part in the attain i uu-al. side aches caused by falling of M'

of our country as it did in. the days ol -_ the womb and irregular
the Keolution.Valley Xornn' EUlIMh. i
The Seaboard
Forge is reached from tins The proportion of people in Nonvaywho if p'1 OF If 11 e.S Air-Line Railway
city by the trains of the Pbiladelplu i speak English is larger than In 'i\i. w 2'" w W:. :. I>J ..:; ;.v

and rittfuins; railroad, the ride bolus any other country of the world. has brought permanent relief to $ CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.

for twenty-three miles through tbtet'p ,"
river r, Sound Mecpers. 1OUU,000 women who suffered t
of the Schuylkill ;
valley The Shortest Route.
whose once sylvan waters are now vexed A recent traveler in central Africa every month. It makes the menU The Bet Lin.

with dams and turbine wheels am gives several instances of the capacit strual DOUBLE DAILY
organs strong arid health: SERVICEIncluding
f. ,
its meadows covered with mills and for sleep developed by his Vrab sere
is the
foundries. The valley is a narrow ants. He mentions one of these men provision made by Nature Sundays.TO .

dark defile cut by Valley creek throng: as being undisturbed by tbe discharge to give women relief from -

the mountain wall of the right or southern of firearms within two feet of his the terrible aches and pains which Savannah

bank of tbe Schuylkill. Some distance blight so Columbia, Southern Pines
many homes. ,
up the valley from the present[ Richmond
originally called bead.CASTOR GBEE.VWOOD, LA., Oct. H, 1900. Washington, Baltimore
village is the old forge ; I have been very sick: for some time. ,

"the Valley forge." It was burned by' I I.side was and taken with a severe; pain in my Philadelphia New York
could not ,
the British two months before the army I tried a bottle of Wine get any of Cardui.relief unti.Be- ,

of Washington was encamped al For Infants and Children. fore I feel I had taken all of it I was relieved Pullman Tlcepc1'S.
erected it my duty to say that you have a

soon this place.after and the Revolutionary new works were war. 'I he He Kind You to Always BoughtBears wonderful medicine. MBS. If.A. YOt:+ri'. Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville

Iron used at the Valley forge was Foradvieeadiitgratnreaddress to New Orleans.For .
the symp4"TheLtStea'Adneorylkkurtmen'Tne further information, writeE.
made at Warwick Chester county, and {/ -.I-#_ a ->+ .. Ca.Ch-4rtanooga'Te.n.a. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent A. O. MAcDONELL
hauled there \ -.S. From! 175. th< Signature of u1C" Portsmouth, Va. Gen. Pass Agei.t

place teem ..of, _f: J&[ p as the,I JAS. M. BARB, Vice-President and General Manager, Portsmouth Jacksonville, Va. F....

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fr ) j ;_ .:- ..' / r COCOA-. ... L BUSLNESS"DIRECTORY L -rf -rj i L L ,_ _-. -..ILm and people looking for places to stop. The, tain, used tarred paper 'or felt over his I '"

;r ; r.-.i w. L. HUGHLETr. M. D., LT. DANIEL, hotels are turning people away, and as tender beans, which were just beginningto

t-.t }' D,- :D. s.- ffi.ces over"The1. Indian Biver some express it., '"emythipg is chucka- .make leaves; but it did not work well,
'::-- . Drug c-o'sstores,the leading Drugestablish- block." MyHair
seemingly doing harm than
; ment of the Indian river cooatryv' more good.
r'\ Rev John A. Hughes, of Titusville, Where such covering was not used in the

t: ; WILLIAM W r DLE. Undertaker and Em- preached a splendid sermon on Sunday same field, but m tarred Paper,,all came j iP gfB0Mv B v i
'kalmer and Sewing Machine
l \ ..' .. Tianing Bicycles vand.Pipe Fitting'RepairiDg supplies morning to a very large congregationJand out well, and in'certain other parts of the 'I had a very severe sickness

}ii:. ..;; of Every DescriptionAgent. forBeveridgeSteam many expressed' their appreciation of.his same field where there was natural protection that took off all my hair. I purchased -

t i a: _: ', i f-voker. SI direct, practical sermon, a sermon to Baking Powder no harm occurred. The orange a bottle of Ayers Hair!
think about and to live That the trees keep their both and it brought all my bait
i; { FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker.' Forty by. is own, as to the tree, Vigor
r t ::J years experience; all kind' of repairing kind of sermons he preaches, and it is the fruit and the promise the coming wfo.'Quinn II Marseilles IU.

t :".i done, nice and cheap also ladies'' 'and men's what the people! like. He.was entertained Makes the bread crop.J. "
)t j;1 ;;' : hoesma'de to order. at Hotel Indian River.
.. J. For, formerly of Horti is from
healthful. up
f ... GO TO J Y. SAtfDEBSf.The Old Reliable i more On thing is certain,-
.. The song service at Rockledge is West Palm Beach looking after his
i 1 Store for good fresh and reliable goods crowds. The orchestra is home place. Hair makes
attracting large Vigor
.,. such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery Ayer's :
i r -r- ':- Hats,Trunks and-a full .line of Groceries., fine, and the expressive rendition of the I Safeguards the food The Messrs. Roads, more recently from the hair grow. This is
and songs is There
hymns delightful. are
t ; JARVIS HOUSE-Open altthe: year round. voices the alum. Palm Beach but formerly of Indianapolis, because it is a hair food.It .
Pleasant bcation facing the river on river some splendid among guests, against Ind., were here on the 16th inst. Theyare
c' .- front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by which favor the audience,with solos, duets stopping at Horti. feeds the hair and the

the week or month.MELBOURNE and quartets, interspersed with the \ that's all there
I.: '' : < songs.. Last Sunday night the orchestra Alum taking powders are the greatest Mrs. Gratton, daughter of Rev. J. H. hair gro\vs,

l : BUSINESS DIRECTORY.i opened the service with Tannhauser's xnenacers: to health of the present day. White, reached her parents' home on the is to it. It stops falling

:' MELBOURNE STATE BANK,MELBOUEXE, Evening Star.- They followed the service 16th inst., from Minnesota, to escape the of the hair too and always
\.. FLA.-F. H. Fee, president; C. M. Horton, with a sacred concert. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. balance of the cold weather at the north. ,
extended consistent color to
f cashier. Every courtesy restores
i r '. with conservative banking. Mr. J. J. White, proprietor "of White's I EAU GALLIE. Mr. Simmons, who recently came here
.; hair.
--I .DIRECTORY. cottage,.reached his 56th birthday on Saturday from Kenosha, Wis., with his family, and gray
FORT PIERCE BUSINESS Two cats arrived .....
k and his guests found it out and expressed prize Angora Sundayfor was called back on business as far as Chi Jl.CJtbaitk. All ....

i; 1 .:. C. P. PLATTS- Physician and Surgeon. their appreciation of his attentionto M .. J. A. Gilbert. cago, returned to hig winter home here If drug ist cannot sapprf y....
!i answered.Calls to any Fo point't Pierce on the Florida.river promptly them as host by presenting him a burnt The Brooklyn, owned by New York the 17th inst. to join his family for the send your us one dollar aud we ,.iu+ pw

e f. -!,' leather -cigar case and a pocket match parties, was here Sunday.Mr. remainder of the winter. j of you your a bottle.nearest Be rIt sure,resoffice.' and rive. the Aoorew gy, t

case, silver mounted, with his name on C. B. Merrill was in Eau Gallie on A Mr. Watson, who is from Bristol, W J.C.AYEKCO.Lowll.lla .

m ti RIVERRiPPLES.RI one and monogram on the other, both I Tuesday with his launch, Kansas City. Wis., and a former acquaintance of Mun- I

filled ready for use. .The case contained & -
son is
Kingman, for thewinter.He .
Mr. and Mrs. Jones; of Newark, X. J.,
ami Newsy Briefsat 10centers. My! And to show his is with here the Ulh.Acccoruing .
Paragraphs Personal ap- are,staying at the Grenada for the winter. boarding Mr. Baggett at the Hughlett. They came on
Towns Along the Coast. preciation preceded to burn them up- Provost mansion t to report there is much im-

I the contents, not the cases.LOTUS. Several of our :grove owners are putting Mr. provement. The trouble seem to be
Kingman, a former winter residentof
out more citrus trees. Faith in the old
COCOA. : ataxia, a disease which affects the w.lar .--
Georjrianna, tries California climate
state is .
,. + The merchants of Cocoa have no need growing.Indian this winter, and on the day he reached movements of nervous persons. $MM

# to complain of dull times. Everybody is Oranges are moving out rapidly) also) River Inn is fast filling np with Los Angeles he found himself the midstof physicians fail in their diagnosis of raefa

; happy and as busy as bees, reaping honey tangerines, and both bring. a very hand-. guests who are delighted with the accommodation a severe snow storm. cases, and treat the same as rickets, $add
r : while the flowers bloom. some price. \, and table. where such is the case a cure seems im
C. F. Walker is building a large cistern A company of both ladies and gentlemen possible. It now eeeais Dr. Hoghlett has
in The Princess with Capt. Gilbert in
Mr. Chas. Burbeck, who has-been command visited this
place from Cocoa and
near his new store, also making other improvements. the case well in hand, and improvement
carried of
i for his a thirty to
Cocoa the three months party
::1 a past vicinity. They made a trip across to Banana is marked. A cure is hoped.
'' health. with .his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. the ocean beach this week. river and returned. Their names very

s; C. A. Loud, has started on his return trip Two nice rains fell during the past Mr. and :Mrs. Stickney entertained a were not learned by this correspondent.Rev. .
Connecticut Ile will make a sojourn in week to break the drouth that has pre- Wune Than a Blew
!; to , few friends Tuesday erellini'an a very
'! t the Carolinaa- as he goes. vailed for so long. pleasant time was. spent by those: present. Mr. Templeton, the new ministerfor from a hard fist \is the buffet of r ill x jut

} tt '. Another cold wave has visited this sec- this place, held his first services at the of lui. ,.'"
f The Rev. Chasv. D. Burroughs of Rhode Miss Alvina Bridget Blathers will en- upon a pair improperly protected ;
tion, but has done no damage any more Methodist church last Sabbath, 16th in&t. A few minutes exposure too,id) may u!
Island, held services at St. Marks on last than to stop growth of beans. terlain her sister spinsters shortly. Our Good congregations; both morning and the beginning of consumption. I. ?e

.: ', Sunday morning, and will serve the C. D. Provost and friend were in this bachelors will please take this timely evening.! The sermons were much ap neither time nor courage. Fortify \ .: r-

people here next' Sunday morning: at 11 place! Sunday, looking; over the OrlI1egro"e3 warning.Mr. : preciated.Mrs. self against; pulmonary ublt-:-, it!."'U'l-! _'

: o'clock at'the same place.. Mr. Burroughs consumption, with Allen's! Lan := 1.1: -.111.
and' E. S. Randall took short to
.f t vegetable farms.L. a trip I. D. lIis 'ock, wife of Capt. His- .
A few doses will the !
is a highly e&teemed speaker, and the loti eu cough a':> -n-
Tucker, of this place, has accepted a Daytona and return this week and reports cock, is in Cocoa with their little
able rid of the ,hte
Pfople] here were much pleased tohave you tq get j '':-i: t..t
: the. latter crowded with north
of him. position as purser on the steamer Canaveral daughter for medical treatment under Dr. produces it. Cure btx>nB. fullo\\.
the opportunity hearing
: touri I
ern ts.
that from Eau Gallie
'i Services will he held at St. Marks every runs to _ u ._ __ . ____
f Courtenay. Mr. and Mrs. Warren
are improvingand
Sunday, either by the pastor or some oneS i
else. I refurnishing their cottage, which is L. BRADY & BRO.
j MALAtiAK. ,
... one of the cosiest and most comfortablein
-. The ladies of .Marks: are embracing Oranges, pineapples and beans are our town.

t opportunity tr. hear some of the good being shipped right along. GROCERIES HAY
.. ; The sharpie Lizzie was out for a spin GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
i music that is floating in the air waiting to Attendance at the school is rather' Tuesday with the Mi&ses Rochsler and ,
; be concentrated t-oiaewhere. They have small as several t.lf the We liaiiillv priKiinr oral! hinds. We :' f r rq": ".-' Frtilirl'rtit'- 'II.! .:' .
:: pupils are picking
J. E. M. board Mits Hose
Hodgson on '
in the a"J\'I.lilli'j: .
for musicale i be .1'g"iijU. awl Mtlicit the tnule t>: :dlr. ii-iiiiii-i-b.! \\ : '\ i I ; ; :
:1 gathered the talent a to beans and straw berri t Roehsler: sailing the boat during the en Grain aud all (;ij'i'wrii-s.! ilfiiven-ii ut your station. L. L. iii .l;Y .'. b:. n I . ,. !

k4' given at Cocoa half.!on Thursday evening The orange trees are starting to grow, tire trip. - -- - ---
February 20th, at .:30 o'clock, for benefit and are budding- full, promising a I'
of St. Marks.- At this 'writing we haves fY Miss Ella Singleton is setting out quitea !
:4 good for next year.
r crop number of ornamental and shrubson JasG Pritchard & :
the and will have wait trees s-on i
not programme: to of the I
Quite a party young people went /
the school grounds. ladyis ,
full but this young
-a until next week T a .repoit;
I J' )learned that t'le to Melbourne Friday night to attend the ably seconded: by her pupils with whom .
mncli have
we : among Headquarters
literary society's meeting at that place.
artists who will perform are Mrs. J. E she i is a prune favorite and deserves all for . . .
:\11'. and Mi's. Ptirdy an', dtiusrhter,
MeKev notiJ of New York I credit fur her push; antll'nt-t'rl'l'ibe in caring -. "T'
a singer, ; air,. Bear, and son, an )It-. .F h'lIll.j, of T'r.I. : '" ,
for the school and grounds.MKLliOUKNK. \
Miss Edith: :.cM of Detroit Mieh. ; f4 t 1 i
I Chicago, are stopping at Mr. \m )jJ'? f. r I H-A R D .I fj
contralto; lbs Mildred Harrison, of Xewark thevinier.. I \ I. :' t'
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:l _'II.- J., griinduuugltici' of Col. G. W. ..,.. I .. w -" .y. .". .
r Harrison. Miss Harrison i= a fine pianitf. - -- :-- I: Postmaster Goode made a trip to 'J"J1-! ,
c L T.e: o-J.e.-3tra fr! I uu tIle New Hockleug-! ; ft'm' | man Monday. .. .Tinware, CrcclieiyBoat -4-r",. 1 --:
;: ufTias fins mi1-i\. .- 1 ".......
*1 i. ;ol wi'jl-rendttr s-om ttelr I Mr. Williamson, of Mkvo, was in town Goods Fiiinml -
'_: _.: .
I' : i iss a treat iu itself which no lover of Tut-Mia I 011 business. .
} : r i .;c sit: 'tlld! nil!'::<::. Without doubt the i f&;1&*J : *(f:',\.l1j.'i-r-1;-,.' :>' ; i!i \I1-s.1)r..S and litHo have _.,. _....,. ..... ,.. """ . ""l- ......... ... .... ,..
.t.'t. .. .. -U1"-.f.. .. _J)' _ ;'Jy: __ I tmI1JierS :MU: ":' I -;: ., t' I &.. .
i1 !i I IJ :I 1 i.'oie: out to Lanier on a few ta! ; s' visit. ?' '','--' ..........-: ....- ..... .. ...... ,,_. ,

If- ? a j f IWKLEIH.E." ..'.- "All well-all happy-lets !I. :,.;;.-;- Iu,:-, Titusvslle lie! frn.-5 the! jn( Ft \Vrili1: .j i J.Irt._: ; ...
1 : oft, :., :Ml-eesJeauand: : Helen Miller! ::! last l.lTu'lLL I I _..:, FLC .1.J."
v Mr. .. Marsh: jwiM St. Augustine of fun". That is the .. ,
I! regular : .i'-lav.. L \ :.t3.
bu-irsc= : lit: on MOP ''iv. Et
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.E.- t : 'li everyby to FairylandJX report fIl:,. tho mofikey caref I! sit'" Jihlih; gave a.hl: daut.' i. t .: i s\+fVt's 1 ....'_:..;; "1,:1'...>, "\.::..I. .: .. .. .. \-.. .:... .. .:,' _' ,,:_ .
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i--t' '" ,. .' -. ,1,1., -ys wi'h ,hr\... +..tFYr'I- ,-. :}- ciai'I.L..J. I .. ::' '.n: :,:' J \-J- : . : .-
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Lv.: Mr. Wallace ,ILr-U !: !i.t i . -...- . -5- w o<
:: ufine. ;- ;, u I
i -i-.n i :i-' the r.f iMi-jp! of : .
.RtVv t. ..", at) I i..uuit ti'iproves: f"1'- - .;. !.-. ...'.-.l.ll.' .' +;'"-.l t- : :..'p.-... ; .Vfl:. .. .. 1..... ,..... .; \".,. .... ... 'I.- .' \: ," .., ',t
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t-. ;! ,.1.. I t.j/r t'1'_ o monkev l ....hlla"'lua7 .::: \\ : '\ :l : .

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. If'i\" ? . .. ;411-1 vt.l ....-:lathyfor ar !L. v lr1, CUlL.. tHt,. --ukcys: : eagerly; 1 ; illll'lilr flit' 1JU.l! :-, :<"E. 1! f'. .1:1: -.aid. I'tt'inpt sor\i\v.!
. I 1' I "\.T.! K. Man:,.. A.1. ...... ,. . !I t':, t." 't : i -i i-1.::':' ::, ,t.ifflloioaCL1
: liev. SuiUhi :
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i:; .i f. ,v :: at F..";";'.!11'.. .':, -"V'' 1., and has ai. uur. ,IK. -'.':, the lHe: iiriiv.-, ; . il: . .... ,'IJ;, :.>i.'iiC"T: :-:

t'\ 0.. -. fUoiiiiCdtiOU.: r 4 his rj ,u n-. .C- d.., -! the ::LC 1! .'). ilia ;ii 1 i!.' !:'/(11'i ; :.t\e;ill 1.....-.. .- !v.: ;: ::..J.. .. \ ,;:- I l -......,..:.. .;:. Xaii ,ML.k\ of New Yut'". .!

ft? \1 rs. L. \\'. Batieniield and Mrs. E. J. :I its; thU! .oedivll'lIJ \\ :ii.U i. :d : :...t;, .... I 1-..:,k.JnrTITUSVILLE i. tt(. ,I
t' 'nr'rl't I dO themrecruhr r'''f:1 Sr .'. I ,
s Wilstm: entertained the Palmetto club at W . L'" -.. :c I Mr. \\'111. Chiee:: of Dii-cklvi' arrived Fl", R ; -
111. , .
ti0 home of the former on Wednesday:: :a eI t.1;": .. titl;I...:it,c''i !a-i \\eek on a visit to ms=:: : jtr.1 j . -

l: afternoon. A merry crowd of ladies 1 t. t.u :Mrs.: ThlJ::. Ciiailee. iiis ..tli'JUtir.tiit : !) '"

tt; Ld 1 a delightful afternoon. ...> COM., .v. .. ih keepers: ; ; : :-uds are always ready to gi\e l ihu: ujwelcome. P'arOlct d Roofu :s --

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.. A Martha Washington hall at the New report very L-w deaths fromronswmption. I j ';

,. '" .: .. ll'-ekfe-.ljji. tfn Satardutomorrow. (, ) night. Of :.,. it's Mr. W. R. Milligan of Benton Harbor, I Ii .,r1.., .. .'-.., f - .
t Dancers in costume. Mr. and Mrs. McKee urse ;: i j :Mich., is spending the winter at F.'un- I \ - -

w will lead the german. Every dancer cheaper to buy Scott's:; Emulsion !; Erin:: Heights, where he has ;rde.;; ,.-;! .t i ii l

t ?. in the gerinan must:: .be in costume. A than new, j tine garden of tomatoes, I>ot'tf\ -; -. t eponset RJJoflng

M.r time expected. nicrikeys-andthat j iiiaue, beans, lettuce, radishes, cueur.ikt.-: ; ,
t Mr. I>. P. Diet wiu, of :Mihord: Conn., suits the circus men. etc. This shows what can be Joiic by a For Ter-H.!. I ,.; . . ,

1 arrived here Sunday on a visit to his Consumption i in I' man who will-work. I C1hl1't'f. than .Shinjrli1: *, jtluiii j

.father, who is quite ill. Mr. Wm. heroin monkeysand .j Weatherwax;, took a jolly party to I ixtttt' 1 7'Hl. ../ j i

being better: on Tuesday, the formerj.jKVol'd in man is the same disease.Tf L I the eau beacn at East Me'vi! ne on Flit >;ikby

: to Men on a visit to his you have it (!r are! threatened .I Tuesday .)'ilicro they enjoyed a j-'ciiii-: .

I. son, A. 1 lMervit:. for the remainder of Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs..i. Qeo F PaddL"o DllGBO. : I

.. jF i ". 4 the week.. I L C+ _- .. with it can you S. Maltnian, of Chicago, Mrs. Louise ,

# The ball l at the New Itockledge on last I l1.. take the hint? Skinner, of Ypsilanti, Mich., Rev. W lath-! The Lumberman,

t Saturday night was a most enjoyable '-'- erwax and wife, of St. Joseph, Mich.GUORGIANA. EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA ,
affair. Many of the belles and beaux of I ; I t picture represents
q" tne Trade Mark
of Scott's .
Rocklede were }present to participate in :t _.":1: 1.; .. . "
' the art of terpsichore and trip in the ; : wrapper of every' L bottle.on the: The weather is cool, and with u: !L.l'd..t: N HATCH, . .
1\S\ is most favorable for fruit the
of the dance. An -- ---- ----
mystic mazes enjoyable : WJ"
occasion. ; Send for free sent Ie.. season. While the frost has in places DeltIer in
e : Qenerai Merchandise
: Q-; SCOTT &BOWXE, slightly touched the most tender plants, ,
c: 1
Kockledge never had a better season. J ---- - -
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yet no special harm is noticeable in th:-
A' People come and go, and come back kitit Jam- 409 Pearl St., New York. ? .. .''.-iting; ; of everything
; I section, Eave,in two sheltered spots. ( t.) 1:1!r kept in a ROCKLEDGE, FLA.tritclasszeneralstore .
,: s2.f again. Every available room is:: engaged, j foe and) $iall druggists. I I01 our neighbors, to tna'.e thin: l ' "- .. ...... - --- ,

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