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 28, 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: VID00615
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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:.: the$1"erage'ate of the Union.. Massachusetts < ( MOULDING
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i ;' IDUCMIOW 18lSlh fJ'ij ij : 'with 'a density of populationof [ANDREW s'HANL-_ .V.. PRCST.y" DOORS, SASH ,

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tt .' <: How the Little Bed Schoolhouge H'r higher. In some, portions of Cuba ,

'r 1 >' t : Beached the Island. there are only 'four',or 'five, inhabitantsto
_: : : Special Correspondence The Florida Star. the square. mile the rate In, the '

tt HAVAJTA;, Feb. 6.-The work of 're most thickly 'settled districts being M

? : I" construction is proceeding apace.. In twenty. Everything, In fact, tends to I pEp AND MILL SUPPLIES.

it I nothing is the effect of reform more noticeable prove that the Cuban whatsoever his

ff; f- than ,in the ;field of, education. faults: at least'has an innate desireto

f. k.. j The board of public instruction has 'better his condition. HAYS t DUBOIS. t
: been doing excellent service ever since .
.Kidney complaints kill people
i .- ,it first took hold of the vital subjects more
than any'other disease. .This is due to .
!. .with which it has to deal, and .today the disease being so insidious that it getsa t

I t the' little red schoolhouse Is no longer good hold on the, system before it is 9so9 Ro.

t 1 the absent,, quantity it was when 'the recognized Foley's Kidney Cure will 0 i2a POn'd E ''i

J Spaniards;were in power In Cuba. prevent the development of fatal diseaseif ARFSiDENts3l

l As a matter of fact the Spanish authorities taken in time. For sale by Wilson &
i Son. ," ERS
paid practically no attentionto

1 .;. this feature of public work, and all HAR ARET. LIME, PL ASTER, H AIR, & CEMENT. ,
'matters affecting'' Norway Butter.
; education had fallen_
t .. to a very low level. There was not a Norway makes excellent butter, outmost WHITEDINEGOODS r v PrSS -

single schoolhouse on the entire island.. of it is sent to London and tour OURSDECIALTY. WINDOW PL ArT1 r CRT C i.

lets In Norway have to put up with TIUN&. oMTGD.c -
.There were no high schools there were

i no institutes. "'bat'few teachers, there margarine.* -

1 Big Queensland.To Kentucky..

? give some idea of the size of Australia Court BaIliff-Before we proceed .

1 : Queensland alone Is halt as big with the trial the regular collection of DREVT'SPhoto

again as Germany, Austria and Hungary weapons will now be taken.-Chicago

/l ( put together. Its area is 608,497 News. House.
; I square miles. Saved Her Child's Life.

( I Winter coughs are apt to result in consumption "In three weeks our chubby little lay

if neglected. They can be soon was changed tty l pneumonia almost to a 1 K.c> dakS, C 111er s y

broken up bv using Foley's Honey and skeleton," writes Mrs. W. Watkins, of
Tar. For sale by Wilson & Son. Pleasant City, 0. "A terrible cough; set Arid Supplies of All :a.inds

y tn that, in spite of a good doctor's.treatment For Amateur and Professional De'elollugnnd Printingr,
rf. '; Porto Rico. for several weeks, grew worse every

1 In a commercial sense Porto Rico il day. We then.tried Dr. King's New Discovery J.8J"-Mail Orders carefully handled.

T + for consumption, and our darlingwas
almost entirely without forests.
soon sound and well. We are sure The H. & W. B DREW COMPANY

this; grand medicine saved his life Millions -
London Roads. know it's the only sure cur ,. for Jacksonvi11: F'1a.
Some of the great main roads out oi J. .
all diseases.
coughs, colds and lung .
j-- London are famous for their beauty B. Screven guarantees: satisfaction. 50c.,

and are lined with some of the most $1.00. Trial bottles free.

CUBAN HUT FORMERLY USED AS A SCHooL- charming villas and country mansion!
< HOUSE. In England! or the world. A Bumper i!'ids\ "THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA

were could achieve little. The university To "drink a bumper" to a person, I is PARADISE REGAINED."
The Last Heard of It. meaning to pledge him. is a corruptionof f. 08e ;
was a farce and had absolutely no
little took the
"My boy croup one night
the French phrase "Au bon pere"that -
,: effect on public culture. Its facultywas and soon grew so bad you could hear him "
composed of privileged officeholders breathe all over the"house." says F. D. is. "To the pope. a toast drunk FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.
the monks.
resided in and Mansfield 0. by f
who Spain were rep- Reynolds, "We feared he

resented by cheap substitutes who per- would die, but a few doses of One Minute

formed the work in an indifferent man- Cough Cure quickly relieved him and he narrow School.
: ner while those who drew the salaries went to sleep. That's the last we heardof i Harrow l'hool.ln England,was found. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 15, 1902

*' Island. the croup. Now isn't a cough cute like ed in 1371: by John Lyon a yeoman..
D .that valuable? One Minute Cough Cureis
As a result of this shameful system

t more than two-thirds of the people of absolutely coughs, colds safe ,and croup acts, :grip immediately.For bronchitis., and Mother Tar to: can their safely children give for Foley's coughs Honey and I'' \-No.99 I.: No.29 t.\ No,23,.No.35 MAIN LINE. .Na.78No,74 I: \.No.28 'No.9al\ 4

it Cuba are illiterate. In some districts and all other throat and lung troubles its colds, for it contains no opiates or other -
g" ( .not more than one person out of six a certain cure. Very pleasant to take.
poisons. For sale by Wilson & Son.A a :0 p lU p 1 00 a 9 40a Lv....Jacksonville.....1r 7 00 p 110 p 9 50p 750 s
: can read or write. All this, however The little ones like it. Wilson & Son.A ... ....... ...... 94811. .....SO. JacksnTtlle..Lv e 2 p.930p ..... .. .. ... . .......
promises to be changed rapidly, for the Whole Y.wr! 300p aOOa1ob5a .at.Augusttne. OIOp a03p 850s
Persian Plant. . . . . 11 27a ::::::...Hastings...:::::: 111 E . . . .
American authorities have striven "Mamma how can you ask me to ...... 8e
1010p aiOp 9a1-12a ...... 'asp Ol5p l05p
earnestly to Impart to the Cubans that Anise the odor of which is such an marry him when he has no social posi- p:! ....... ....... lSp .......... Neoga.......... t 25p ....... ..... .. ....... tit
attraction to bees, U a Persian plant 'is .. ..... ....... .......12 31p .........Bunnells......... t lip ....... ..... . ....... ta:
+ love of education which atone gives a and of the oldest medicinal spices. tion? ,+ ...... ...... .......12 31p ..........Dupont ......... i C3p . ... . . ... . ...... S125p
.; z' people national pride and strength. one "But. my dear he tells me he has H : 3ilpl047a 103p .........Ormond......... 3Up t17p 101 p 4601130p n
The seeds are used as a condiment and ::: 353plOM& liSp .........Daytona......... 331p asp eup 489& f
'% Nearly 4,000 public schools have been made a million. -< . . .....
and in the manufactureof 1 2p Port Orange. .... 3 21 P .. .. ... .. iiI
Established, institutes have been organized confectionery "But even with that it will take hima a ltooa 417p1119a liSp .......New Smyrna...... 3 CIJ. 345p 630p 412a 0
liquors and cordials.The ;
the university has been overhaulEd year to get into society.Life.Foley's p.

and competent instructors are now p ....... 3 24p ...........Cocoa ........ .. 1 Z5 p.I48a . ... . .... . . ... .. =
Vital Fluid. Honey and Tar is best for croup 5i3pl260p 33Sp ........Rockledt'........ 110p 213p 453p 126&
in charge. The number of pupils receiv- The blood is colorless liquid in and whooping cough, contains no opiates 't ....... 6 Up...... 'Up .......E&u Ga11Ie. ....... .2 :3p 143P i Up ....... t1
ing instruction has been Increased from a : a ....... G 3)p ....... 'SOp .........5ielbourne......... 1..2 lap 1 35p t Up ..... .. CIt'
which little red globules are floating. and cures quickly. Careful mothers keep q ....... ....... ....... 5 OJ p .. Sebastian ........ 11 36 a ....... .. ... .. ....... ;
f 4 20,000 to 150,000 and this number is Every drop of It contains about 1,000- it in the: house. For sale by Wilson &Son. I ....... ....... ....... Ii 64p .........St. Lucie. ....... W 47a .... .. ...... ....... r
growing more and more rapidly as the 8 h 7Up asap G05p ....... Fort Pierce....... l040a131ap aOOp12lia
000 of the globules, and they are sus- I Know One Sure Remedy I ....... ... ....... CHp ........\Vhtte City........ 10 26a ...... ....... .......
people become/aroused to the necessity ceptible of division Into smaller glob- for an obstinate cold. Its name is Pyny-Balsam. ..--i4 .... 6 26 ..........Tibbals......... 1018-a ...... ....... .....
4 and advantages of education. .....t... .: "' ....... 6 30p. ........... Eden.. ........ 1008110 ....... ....... .......
The ules still. urify the Blood I ....... 238 ....... C35p ..........Jensen.......... loota....... ....... ......
r ,. \ history of the Cuban educational = ....... ... 4 ....... G45p ..........Stuart......... .Ma....... ....... ......
crusade is interesting. The gentlemen Suggestion. By taking the old reliable Botanic Blood' ...... ;ga ....... 117p ....... Hope Sound....... 028& ....... ....... .......
composing the board of public Instruc- Clerk'e.Wlse Balm' (B. B. B.); cures ulcers, scrofula I I 'No& .26 ..... :z o3: ....... 130p. ......."est Jupiter ...... 91111. ... .. ..... .. ...... .Ho.H
"I have lately been much troubled with skin aching'bones 540& a\le t15p 805p Ar..WestPalmBeaeh.... 88.al045a 125p10a3p
tion scarcely knew how to begin, for dyspepsia, belching and sour stomach," eczema, pimples, itching I 65011. :era Q. 4 25 p 815 p .Hotel Royal 'oincianA. 82,')a 10 35 a 115 pll0 SO P
4 schoolhouses, schoolbooks and school writes M. S. Mead, leading pharmacist of Oils, carbuncles. If you are all j 080a 600al- t a i'p a:5p Lv..TheBreakers. .. ... it'p1015p 8'5p'
rundown take B. B. B. It will give life 985 a 6 O4 a' 0. i 40 p S ZO p .Hotel Royal 1 J inciana. 810 a.l0 20 a 1 CO P 10 C5 p GO p
-i1: teachers were all lacking, and the Cubans Attleboro, Mass. "I could eat hardly I and g {.')o. 61 a 920p t C3 p S 40p ....West Palm Beaeh..Ar 8 OOa 10 lOa 12 th 965 p 690 p1007e.
marvelous indiffer anything without suffering several hours. I vigor strength to the blood. B. B. B.I ...... ...... .... ... 903p ..........Boynton.....Lv 785a....... ..... ...... 527p3059x.
;,* betrayed a clerk I Kodol makes the blood pure and rich. Druggists ...... ....... .......10 C3p .....Fort Lauderdale..... 68811. ..... .. ..... .. ....... 443p
; ence. Finally a school law was framed My suggested try DyspepsiaCure : : $1. Trial treatment free, by writs: 1186 a . .. . ..... 10 41 I' ....... Lemon City ...... 6 58 II .. ..... ... ... . .. . .. 197 p
which I did with most happy re s I 1145a! 810a11101 640p13COp Ar..Miami..Lv 550a S20a1100a 8C3p Cop
fashioned mainly after the code of ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. 1
t sults. I have had no more trouble, and
4{ Ohio. The question of securing houses when one can go to eating mince pie, So Like Ills Pa. Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
had next to be considered, and great cheese and after such
candy nuts a time "It Is a great pity your husband has JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.SCHEDULES .
difficulty was at once experienced in their digestion must be pretty good. I
# i to be away from home so much. But I I I I I I I
renting suitable buildings. endorse Kodol Dyspepsia; Cure heartily. I tNo.31 1No.37 . .89'lN0.15
'd.t This difficulty was finally overcome You don't have to diet. Eat all the good you are not left entirely alone, that'sone "
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food want but don't overload the comfort. Willie is getting to be I Lv.Jacksonvil1e........... 7 5.. 00 a 940a12551 23 p 300p tCOp 8CSp'82 pi 820 p
;, and in the buildings secured hundreds you I'. Ar. St. Aullustlne......... 8 rM5 alto (1Q all0; 50 a 155 p 3 33 IJI, t CO III 5 lO p 9 cs p s Z3 g 30 p
stomach. Kodol Cure quite a man and grows more and more
Dyspepsia digests
,, of tons of fixtures and supplies were I'
food. Wilson like I
your & Son. his father every day.
installed. As rapidly as possible competent
i teachers to work. The "Oh, yes. lIe goes about the house I .No.441 NO.361 No.3SI, : '.NO.30i.
5 were put Hard Woods. I No.98 NO.16,; No.7S 'No.7 4 No.28Lv.
with his down !
suspenders: hanging
education of the Cubans had for the
The hardest varieties of wood suchas about half the time."-Chicago Tribune :+ St. Augustine......... 6 50.I. 00 a 815 a 8 55 a 1110 a 1140 a 5tOplel! =
a first time been put on a substantial bal mahogany, ebony and lignum vita !I Jaoksonvll............ 1 ", 00. 915a10O5a; 121OaIhZtOp 703pi713p,
v I sis. The elementary studies only were -
grow in tropical climates, but their -- OP BRANCH LINES.
i< introduced, as the pupils, no matter wood does not season as well as that dvice'to the Aged I

t how they differed' in age had to be of trees in the temperate zones. :; JACKSONVILLE TO MAYPORT. PALATKA TO EAST PALATKA.
Age brings infirmities, such aseish S\I''
r started at the lowest grades.
bowels weak kidneys arid b...... : I I I I I
STATIONS. I No.5 I : SUTIOX I'No.47 .No.49 No.51'No.53 .No.n
Little more than a year ago kindergarten Forks. der and TORPID LIVER. I I I I

instruction for pupils between For nearly two centuries in England Lv. Jack lm.llIe... M 3u a 615 p lu loa 2 CO P Lv.Palatka 9 ii a 11 1:, a 215 P t 35 '' QG;
8.Jacksonville. 8S8a 6231'101811. Ar.E. P'1'tka 93-al13-a) t
203p 235ft t"p.S25p
i; the ages of four and six was made a only the kings were allowed to use I Pablo Beach... 910 a 6 55 PlIO 50 It 2.7 p AI
4 part of the school system of Havana, forks. Their subjects had to keep on I Atlantic each. 91ja; 7 CO p 10 fja; :2: 45p EAST PALATKA TO PALATKA.I : .
iott'slrlhave I Ar. Iayplrt ...... 930 It 715 p 11 1013, Ch) --
.,'.' and the idea has proved so satisfactory eating pie wjth their fingers. Queen SUTJOX3. 'No,46'No.48'No.50'Na.52 No,51r

that it will ,be followed up at once illt' Elizabeth had a jeweled fork and we ;, NAYPORT TO JACKSONVILLE. _,:
j Lv. E.P'1'tka 8 4i: ItdH Ii'11I''' 2.7
all the schools of the. island. The introduction told that her Ii I' 36P
; are favorite breakfast I SUTIOxs. .No.6 I1.No.181:il!!No 20\ Ar. Palatka. 9 ui au; wa 12 C3 PI i 3 C1 PI t C 6d P
t: ' of the manual training idea hast was "a pie of goose." a specific effect on these organs, r
stimulating the bowels, causing themto Lv. :...... 63511.
: also met with much that it I Iaypor1; t 45 p 113u a SAN MATEO ERA-NCH.
so success perform their natural functions as Atlantic Beach. 6 50 a. 5 00 P 114i a
f ,:: $l Is the intention of the authorities to Foley's Honey and Tar cures the coughcawed in youth andMPARTINGVIGOR I 1'ablo Beach.... 653 a 5 05 p 1150 a .No.57.'No.4S I. SUTIOX8. 'No.46'No.53
4' at extend this branch of learning as fast : by attack of la grippe. It heals 8.Jacksonville. 7 27 a 5 37 p lZ 22 p _,_ _
the lungs. For sale by Wilson: & Son. I Alt Jaeksanv1l1e... 7 S5 a 5 45p,1Z, 33 p 6 25 pi! 7 -l,IiLv .5.! Palatlta. 4rl ti 35 a 1 729 p
Li' as the equipment and instructors can i 655 I' 8 .1:',a'Ar. Hall Iat..o. .Lv! 81: ;, a: 70'p
f r be procured. The manual work is now to the kidneys, bladder and LIVER. I SANFORD ERANCH.I .
r. i 31 y Lady's Hat. They are adapted to old and young. I ORANGE CITY BRANCH.
]1., I In charge of an instructor from Swe- Now in the wind her Gainsborough, I 'No.11 SUTIO S. 'N0.12

( *+ den, the center of that kind of study. Plume laden, wildly flaps; .....FOR..... I .7 05 a'Lv..Titusville..Ar I 1:3 'No.3 ,I!I No.l 8HTlO 8. -No.2 1 i Ns.4
: 'i On account of the expel'imentallluture Unhandy hats, 'tis plain to see, A SHave> and a Hair Cat 118a ............... !Ums............... 1 C1p lJ 3 5'Pjl0 Ilia Lv. A.Smfrna..A.r143p;
,"'. of the undertaking the simpler branch Are often handicaps. I 8 S3 a. .............. Ostee ..............,ill p 4 34 p 11 .lal....Lake lIen! . ..1% 55 vi tr 635p:5 p
I -Detroit Free Press. 8 M a............Enterpnse............ ii30a t h Pill a9 ....Oran p City.. .11: ih, 15 09 p
4J es only have been attempted in Cuba. ....GO TO.... 9 SO aAr...........Sanford.,.........Lv,110Oa, 4.0p'll45aAr..O'.CityJc..Lv,1Z43pI600p'
'{ 'i'' One to whom mull credit must I
man Talk. Carrote' -- ----- Daily. {Daily except Sunday. Daily Pxc\'pt M .nda}'. ;Sunday, olny.
i a be given for the success of the movement "To hear some fellows talk," remarked I Trains do not stop at stations opposite which no time is shown.

: to educate the islanders:: is the the observer: of events and things ......Barber Shop These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and depart
from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated in not guaranteed
commissioner of public schools of Cuba "you'd really think they required a No. None but experienced work-1 I nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any conaeyuencts arising
lie is Matthew E. Hanna of Ohio 14 hat"Yonkers Statesman. men employed, and perfect FLORIDA TT TP I therefrom.

v it a young soldier who is not yet thirty satisfaction guaranteed......?. I -
Peninsular and Occidental Connections at Miami.
4 years of age. Mr. Hanna taught school A Night Alarm. J. L.CAEEUTHEKS,Proprietor. Steamship

: in the Buckeye State before he went to Worse than an alarm of fire at nieht is I
+ Cuba as a soldier. When General Wood the brassy cough of croup, which sounds ,

t was made governor of Santiago and like the children's death-knell, and it Corn and Oats iiigli I MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.
death unless something is done
.went into the besieged city he found means Commencing January 6,1902.!

t quickly. Foley's honey and Tar never LT. Miama,}ions.,Thnrs................11 ;'"p i Lv. :Nassau, Weds., 511.13..8. 6Da
himself badly in need of capable men. fails to give instant relief ,and quicklycures Ar.NassauTues.Fris..................... 3 OO pAr.| )Miami Thurs., Suns.................. 6 ass
:. Hundreds were dying, and many of the the worst forms of croup. Mrs. P. PURYINAFEED Commencing February S, 190'2.I .

i officers had to be relieved on account L. Cordier, of Mannington, Ky., writes: I Lv. Miami Mons.,Weds.,Fris: ...........3 oo p I Lv. Nassau,Tues.,Thurs.. Sats...........11.p
of sickness Young Hanna volunteered "My three-year-old girl had a severe case I Ar NassauTues.!! ,Thurs., 8ats..6 3oa I| Ar. )Miami "eda., Fris.,Suns..............Ji@Ig

,. his services and told the general he of croup; the doctor said she could not MIAMI.HA V ANA DIRECT LINE.

would with him. He has kept his live. I got a' bottle of Honey and Tar; Commencing January 1, lSt/2.
stay the first dose relief For Lv.Miami, Suns.,Weds., ................11 30 pjLv. Havana,Tues.,Fris...............1300 n&
1 :word. gave quick and saved Ar.Havana, Mons.,Thurs............... 5 W P I| Ar. Miami, \\'ed3.,Sats................. 5Q9&
Mr. Hanna wrote the school law and her life. Refuse substitutes. For sale DON KEY MO CHECKERBOARD Hard MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Wilson & Son.CAS'X'OD.A.
then saw that it was enforced. That hisrecord by ON ALL$ACK& Lv.Miami,Mon.,Wed., Fri...............1130 p Lv. Havana, Mon.. Wed....................: J9t
x is shown Af. Key west Tues..Thurs.. fat.: ......... 2 3p Ar,Key West, Mon Wed./ _-
has been a fine one .. Workin LT. Key West Tues., Fri.. Sun........12 ou n't Lv. Key West, Tu-s., Thurs, sat..g 31.P
1, : '. by the fact ,that the average attendance Bean the ih5 Kin You Have Always BiugldBJgnature 9 Ar. Havana, Wed.,Sat., Mon ............. StWa Ar. Miami Wed., Fri., Sun ..... ...........5 00a
f; in the schools of the island last -
1I 11-tI-- For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.J. .

.,{ = year was over. eichtv. higher' i than in of # T/ . D. RAHNEK, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

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p SEASONABLE FASHIONS :TOP'GOTHM.AT by'small bunches of tea roses Joined by Paul Revere. I -

: streamers:of, white ribbon with bowsat Paul Revere the famous Revolution .. -- -- ..- ,--- -.-- .--- ... I -. ._.. ..,_." ,._,'._._' __
L ,the ,top of each flounce.. Roses, are ary hero, was an inventor and Was the -- -

some of the Hew. and Pretty Things. also :set on ,the sleeves and corsage. first in this country to".refine and roll

,-: Which Will Be Worn Flowers are worn in the hair now even copper. The concern he founded, in '"

:[Special,Correspondentic.] for quite simple evening functions. 1801. the Revere Copper company, still

NEW YORK, Feb. 18.-Some of the This Is made, possible by the present exists at Canton, Mass: ,

new:, prints d other: cotton>goods are manner of dressing' the hair. But let, r

so like the'old..sCraps In the ancient all women over forty beware of the' The St. Lawrence. jJ4 i

patchwork that they: seem like. old low coiffure.' OLIVE HABFEB. Ocean steamers can ascend the St. ,

friends*returned, from 'a long Journey. Lawrence river, 986 miles.
Recently I noticed
one design "where "
A New Year'i Greeting.
: the ground was of a fawn color with For a Scald.
' In London on New'Year's day a bur-
a series of dots over- It, two-thirds The white of a raw egg applied to a
of glar, having/carried off !5,000 worth of The Kind You and
Have'Always Bought, which has beenin
y the dots being red and the others black.. born, or scald will prevent inflammation'
Jewelry, all the silver and a large sum use for over 30 has borne the of i
Both black and red ones far be soothing and cooling and relieve years, signature
were in ready money, pinned a note on the '
enough apart to permit of each.having' hearth rug wishing its rightful own- the stinging pain. and has been made under his per.

a circle of,ring dots around them. The n sonal supervision since its infancy 1S
ers "many happy returns of the day. Wilson & Son, the druggists, will refund "
f simple, description does not do justiceto you your money if you are not satis- Allow no one to deceive you in this. ;

the real beauty of this design, and A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away. fied after rising Chamberlain's Stomachand All ,Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
made up as it was with a plain skirt 11r.V.. W. Baker. of Plainview, Neb., Liver Tablets. They cure disordersof Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

with tucks all down the sides and writes: "My wife had lung trouble for the stomach, biliousness, constipationand Infants And Children-Experience against Experiment i

these flaring out at the bottom, it wasa over fifteen years. We tried a number of headache. Price, 25 cents. Samplesfree #

pretty dress. The waist was a simple doctors, and spent over a thousand dollars 1

French style, with front pouched without any relief. She was very What !is CASTORIA ;

at the center. The'sleeves, low, and lost all hope, when a friend He Spouta.
4 were bishop, suggested! trying Foley's Honey and Tar, "He is a fountain of information."
.'with deep cuffs overlaid with black which I did; and thanks be to this great "Fountain? More like an artesian Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric I

lace. A row of lace was laid in a V remedy, it saved her life. She is stronger welL" Philadelphia North American. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It ,

shape at the neck and around the col- and enjoys better health than she has contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic '
lar. It made altogether a warm weather ever known in ten years. We shall never
Discontent.The substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
be .
dress quite nice enough. without Foley's Honey and Tar, and
man who loses rails at fate
and Feverishness. It Diarrhoea and Wind
would ask those allays cures
The new linen intended for fine shirtwaists afflicted to try it. For And says it hurts him sore, ; ,
certainly as handsome as silk sale by Wilson& Son. And if he wins he still will kick Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand

A tvith some clear advantages over silk. Because. it wasn't more.Washington Star. Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

I In pale frosty blue and oxblood red it BOYS MAKE "QUEE MONEY. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy acd natural sleep.

is exceedingly pretty, and the mercerization '- Mr.\Vheel-r Got RId of nil Rheumatism. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
Birmingham Police Unearth "During the winter of 1898 I was so
makes it lustrous and silky. This. Another t
lame in joints, in fact all over my
linen is mostly in wide and narr&v< Gang of Counterfeiters.
body, that"I could hardly hobble around, GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
stripes. White Is always one of the Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 17.-On a when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain'sPain

stripes, as it is woven with a white charge of counterfeiting Ernst Mat- Balm From the first application I .,
Bears the
woof. All colors are represented in the thews, a 10-year-old boy, is under ar began to get well, and was cured and have: Signature'

linens as well as the thin cqjtons. rest.He worked steadily all the year.-R.WHEELER,

Embroidery is the watchword for and ten companions are allegedto sTorthwood, N. Y. For sale by Wilson & -

this coming season, for there is scarcely have received instructions from an Son. -c
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a thing that has not some some- old man and established a miniature Worth of Rubbish.It <

where. Shirt waists of all kinds of ma- mine near the North'Birmingham fur- is estimated that about $10.000 # ,

terials from velvet to batiste are em- nace, here they manufactured silver worth of what Is considered tq berubbish" .

- broidered. Linen robe patterns are quarters from crude molds. Several of Is thrown into the streets by

made with the skirt all ready to line the coins were successfully passed. on the Parisians every day. This means The Kind You Have Always Bought

and gather to a band, and the waist is merchants of this city. nearly $3,750,000 per annum for the

mad \ to match. One very sheer one Secret' service men are working on chiffonniers, and, counting their wives fipIn I Use For Over 30 Years. .

has a lining of green taffeta that shows the case and more arrests are expected. and families, nearly 100,000 persons

faintly ,through. There is a sash belt The coins are made of lead and five comfortably their shareof THC CENTAUR COMPANY, 7T MURRAY, STREET, NEW YORK CITY.rREE .
of rush green ribbon and.a'high stock pewter. / it very upon -: '_ ,__ ._:': ':'n" : !.i :' :. -'. ::- .\;:: 1' 1." &'i; { 1J\ :<:::: ..tI -==::

of the
Keep Up A Brisk Attack The most reliable preparation for kidney -
That reminds me to mention the fact
troubles the market is
upon that bad cold, and do not wait for it on Foley'sKidney
that from some occult reason the wo- Cure. For sale by Wilson & Son.
to "wear itself out. Perry Davis' Pain-
men will have none of the flat collar killer is a powerful ally. Use it internally,
effects, this season at least, for all the flail and Bombs. I
with warm, sweetened water. Ruh it well ASTHMA CURE I
waists have high collars or bands so ar- into the inflamed throat and sore chest, The plan of destroying{ hail clouds by

ranged as to form the foundation of and when the foe has taken flight you exploding< bombs among them was suggested .

the pretty new turndown collars.A will understand why time and spasmodic nearly 100 years ago by Professor -
word about these pretty little turn competition make no difference in the Parrot of Iliga. Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent .

down collars is in season, so I will men popularity of the one Painkiller-Perry I Cure in All Oases.
Do Not Be Afraid
tion ,them. They are really much more

a dainty and generally becoming than Improvement In Sheffield.: to look the facts squarely in the face. That SEXT ABSOLUTELY FREE O\ RECEIPT OF POSTAL.

the ribbon stocks so long worn and can cough, racking :ana persistent, accompanied -
Sheffield, Ala., Feb. 17.-Sheffield by tightness in the chest and spit- WRITE TOOK NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.
be sent to the laundry often de-
as as
continues to show
improvement along ting of sticky mucus, is a sign of consumj'
sired. These have a wide band to go all lines of material development. The tion. Common sense dictates the use oXllen's
down inside the neckband, and the of loaded Lung Balsam honest There nothing like Asthmalene.
report cars representing ship an remedy C ; It
collar falls outside. made in brings instant: relief, even in the
They are ments out of Sheffield for the month of ince it contains no opium; an efficient worst It when all
one, two, three or even four pieces. January, 1902, by the two railroads remedy, since it heals the irritated, inflamed a T : ca es. cures else fails.

They are embroidered in white or in here follows Southern throat and lungs, and *o prevent: The Rev. C. F. Wells of Villa Ridge,
are as :
colors, or they may be made of color- railway, a deep-wated olll from running into incurable V ,f S Ill., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene
; 1,000 cars: Louisville and Nashville forms of consumption. tL 1 received in good condition. I cannot tell
ed linen or batiste and embroidered in railroad, 700 cars, making a total of 2-, id you how thankful I feel fur the good derived -
white. Some fasten in the back anti 300 This is ai' from it. I was a slave, chained with
cars. an of nearly
Oil Struck In Mobile /
County. putrid sore throat and asthma for
others in front. If it is desired a pieceof ten
100 per cent over the same period last Mobile, Ala., Feb. 14.-A telegram i fry years I despaired of ever being cured I
ribbon can be passed along under year, and is exceeded by no point in from Citronelle, Mobile county, announces saw your advertisement for the cure of
the flaps of the collars. Many ladies this this dreadful and tormenting disease,asthma -
territory excepting Birmingham.
at a depth of 300 feet in
knowing how to make the pretty re and thought you had overspokcn your
sandstone formation a small stream of selves but resolved
naissance and Irish point make dainty 7/ to give it a trial. To
Awarded $1,100 Damages. petroleum, of Beaumont oil character, my nishmeut the trial acted like a
little collars of this sort themselves.
Montgomery, Ala., Feb. 15.-The has been struck. The well is the prop charm. Send me a fullsized bottle."
The turndown collars are to be found i'
Jury in the case of Mrs. S. J. Armstrong erty of the Mobile Development com t Rabbi of the Cong. Bnai Israel.

versus Montgomery Street Rail pany. p New York, Jan. 3, 1901.
14 12 Drs.Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
I way company, who sued for $30,000for ,
Makes Gentlemen: Your a.sthmalene is an excellent -
Carnegie Gift.
NI the death of her husband, has returned remedy for asthma and hay fever.
'+-%, Pomona, Cal., Feb. 18.-Andrew Car. gt and its
,1. I a verdict of $1,100 in favor of composition alleviates all troubles
the plaintiff.For. negie has offered $15,000 to the city of which combine with asthma. Its success is
+ Pomona for the establishment of a ; astonishing and wonderful. After having
s 1 'w Over Sixty Years. free it carefully analyzed we can state that
public library, with the condition e
4 + Mrs. Winslrm's has Asthmalene contains no opium, chloroform -
Soothing Syrup
that the city furnishes the ,
site and or ether. Very truly yours,
i been used for rears millions
: : over sixty by
supports the library. EVERY RIN6D REV. })R. MORBIS WECHSLEB.
of mothers for their children ,
-- --- -- --
while teething with peifect success. It RELIEF Avon SJlrin s. N" Y., Feb. 1, 1001.
c. soothes the child, soften the gums, allays: Dr. Taft eros. Medicine Co.

all pain, cure wind colic, and i is the best R . Gentlemen: I write testimonial from
r. remedy for diarrhcva.} It will relieve the a sense of duty, having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of asth-
:. 11111 little fulferer immediately. Sold by ma. My wife has been afilicted with spasmodic asthma for the last 12 years. Having ex
j poor hausted own skill as well others. I chanced to
my as many sec your sign upon your windows
of the world.
druggists in every part on 130th street New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced
1 Twenty-five rents a bottle. Be sure and taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After
I'V ask for "Mrs.: low'SoothingS Syrup," ( using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I
\ and take no other kind. aY feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are alllicted with this dis-
tressing disea-e. Yours respectfully, O. D. PHELI-S, M. D.
jiiI Dr. Taft Bros' :Medicine Co.
I Is =
1 A l I Gentlemen! : I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remedies
+ f fr but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle.
'1/.i R. Rum and a Razor Cause Tragedy In I found relief at once. I have since purchased your full-size bottle and I am ever grate-
m Alabarra. 'watt ful. I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the

Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 18.-A terri- RailRoad best of health and am doing business every day. This-testimony you can make such use of
i : as you see fit. Home address, 235 Rivington street. S. RAPHAEL,
ble cutting affray took place in Suttle- (57 East 129th st., l'W"ork City.

i town, a suburb of Blocton, in Bibb
e ons, 18 years old, lies in 'a dangerous

condition with his throat cut. His not delay. Write at once addressing DR. TAFT BROS' MEDICINE CO., if East
life is despaired of. 130th St., New York City.Sold.
The cutting is said to have been
by .A.II drug gists.
done by; John McSpadden, who is buta

few years older than Lyons and a In all departmentsof

1 good friend. The two men it seems. Ik | active service

t ,: '- 1 t were in the vicinity of the county dispensary /1 stand readiness in need of of mind the The Seaboard Air-Line Railway

and McSpadden was drink- ant promptness of

BALL GOFOIt A YOUNG LADY. ing.The action which depend on a healthy: nerv-
latter had a razor and without ous system. Let a railroad man be ''rattled ROUTE.The .
that it is user -
in such infinite variety warning is said to have grabbed Lyons ," and every life depending on him

less to try to describe them. I may say. by the head, and pulling it back is in danger. 'A great many railroadmen Shortest; Route. The Best: Line.

though, that the white ones are embroidereh slit his throat. have found in Dr. Pierce's Golden
in the new colors, black ---- Medical Discovery a valuable tonic for DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE

pink, red indigo green; lavender and A Banquet. the overstrained nervous system. It
coral. The colored ones are shown in First Mosquito--Anything on this afternoon builds up the body, purifies'the blood, Including Sundays.TO .
nourishes the nerves, and induces a
and ecru -
the same colors, also navy 1Second
healthy appetite and refreshing sleep.
linen shades. Linen, Mosquito believe not.
and the
"I suffered for six years with constipation and Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
coarse and fine will be the first favorite "Then come over to my house and indigestion. during which time I employed several ,

.' for smart dresses for warm days. Join me at a baby's llap.Llfe.CASTORIA. case"physicians writes Mr., but G.they Popplewell.could not of reach Eureka my Richmond, Washington, Baltimore

and it is now that they are being made. Springs Carroll Co.. Ark. "I felt that there ,
balls and was no help for me: could not retain food on my New
will still be many Philadelphia
stomach; had vertigc and.would fall helpless to ,
small dances before the season ends, the floor. Two ears ago I commenced takingDr.

and for the benefit of the young ladies .'Pierce's Pellets,'Golden and improved Medical from Discover the start and After little Through Pullman Tip 0 3 ore*.

N and girlish dancing For Infants and Children. taking twelve bottles of the'Discovery' I
1 offer them a pretty tine Pullman
Only Operating Through Car Service
mull, all white, was able to do light work, and have been improving Jacksonvilleto
frock of striped silk -
of5.1en.- The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears ever since." New Orleans.
M' with three flounces made Send 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense For further information, writeE.

ciennes lace, with an insertion heading. theSignature of mailing and get Dr. Pierce'sMedical L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent A. O. MAcDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
': These ruffles reach quite around the Adviser in paper covers, free. Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville

'- skirt and are looped up at the front ofi1Ii dress w Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. JAS. M. BARR, Vice-President and General Manager, Portsmouth, Va.
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; r_':,- " : D:, L.'ri DANIELD. t / Geol: Powell has returned from
;t.- .,'" i D. 8. Offices over The Indian Rivei i Palm Beach and is again a guest of Hotel Colds
-t''' .
.:. ., Drug Co'sstores,the leading Drugestablish Carleton.
I ': : ' ment of the Indian river country.
t, ,-',_ Miss E.J.Lee. of:Melbourne Beach has
; ; '- WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Embalmer ijmiLgijlL-iMj j,!!> |'|i i,rim III lii11 i
{ f ., ,4:; "' . ';'" Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup.: C t-- 5, Light Biscuit been spending a few days among friendsat I had a terrible cold and could
f: :::','..'< .. plies.Tinning: and Pipe Fitting, Repairing the Carleton.Mr. breathe. I then tried Ayer

,I.7/.',;,'..,. .,':..-' .of Steam Every Cooker.Description.. Agent for BeveridgeI' I h .and Mrs. Frank Gautier, of Cres- hardly Cherry Pectoral",and-it gave me immediate

J \' cent City, were guests of the McBride relief. .
..: f:. O :.. FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker.- Fortj 0 Delicious Cake House last Sunday.The W. C. Layton, Sidell, lli
ti'< .' years, experience; all kind of repairing
r : done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men'ishoes ;, ,I Ii East Coast c'/.autauqua.' will open coughbe
I ,' .. 4 made to order. Sunday morning, March 2nd, in the new How will__your
f Reliable: ': y k' auditorium. Tickets are for sale at the tonight? Worse, prob-

.. , I Dainty Pastries postoffice. it's first a cold
i i" .' -.:.",, such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, ably. For ,
', Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries,., I Mr. Chas T. McBride believes in keeping then a cough then bronchitis -
things and clean has
bright treated
so -
+ ; : JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round.. pneumonia and
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or ,
1 grocery store to a fresh dress of
; : -t": Pleasant location facing the river on rive Fine PtttJclings
i ., < front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms bj white paint. at last consumption.

J the week or month.MELBOURNE Miss Hicks, of Illinois, is one of the Coughs always tend

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. late arrivals at Hotel Carleton. Her old downward. Stop this.

I MELBOURNE, friends are delighted to see her in Melbourne
MELBOURNE STATE BANK, : Flaky Crusts downward tendency by
i \' FLA.-F. H. Fee, president; C. M. Horton, again.

i4 i l, S. cashier.ent with conservative Every courtesy banking.extended consist Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Moore,of Roseland, taking Ayer's Cherry Pec 1

spent Sunday with Mrs. Margaret Goode, toral.

: FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. and when they returned home Mrs. G. Three alICI l : 2Sc..Sfa;31. AU 1riUWi.
Physician and Surgeon. went with them for a few days' visit.
i C. P. PLATTS- I take it.says. ,
If be
doctor. says
.51 ,! Calls to any point on the river promptly We hear we are to have a new firm in than Consult do sa your lie If be tell JOG DOS
yyy y answered. Fo t Pierce. Florida.Paragraphs .- ROCKLEDGE. 1\1r/ to tate it. then don't take Ie. Ho tso.
Mr. Wilcox and Prince of
+ I guests dry goods grocery line. We are Le&Y81with him We are willing.n.
The bright sunshine with its warm raysis the New 0 Rockledge, proved themselves always glad to welcome the strangers but I J.Co.iTER .Ilue.

I m RI fR RiPPLES.l( very gratifying to the lovers of outdoor expert fishermen on Tuesday with rod never want to part with our old friends.
exercises.Mr. and reel. They hauled' in sixty-one There is room enough for all.
beauties of the briney waters of In- Mr. DuBose and the Misses DuBoee, Mr.
t : -I Personal. and Newsy Briefs Dana, the artist, is at work on his,dian river whose weight was over The Melbourne base ball teani playedthe C.. J. F. Can phell and Master F. Camp-

'' t at Towns Along the Coast. third picture of Indian river's picturesquescenes. one hundred and'twenty rive pounds, andit Eau Gallie team at Eau Gallie on bell to Rowland Monday to visit the or-
.Y i beautiful.Mr. Washington's birthday. Melborne
They are very won
was not much of a fishing day either. ange groves.
; v COCOA. on a score of 19 to 4. About thirty Mel-
I Philip Smith, section master of the The Martha Washington ball at the Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hood, Jr., and two
r, 't it Travis received the greatest had the misfortune to bourneites went up to witness the game.
Col. applause F. E. C. railway, New Rockledge on 'turday night was a daughters, of Baltimore, are among the
ir !; of any artist who appeared on the have his right arm broken on Tuesday. decided success in every way. The ladies The launch Dawn carried Mesdames late arrivals, and ive are pleaded to team

; stage Monday flight. Judge Newman, of the United States and gents in continental costume; were Eason and E. M. Campbell, Dr. DuBose, they are thinking of making MeHriMHtt'

,+l r ;.' More stone is being broken and placed court of Georgia, was in Rockledge this very entertaining. The rooms were packed their future home. Such families are at-

r,;, ;, on the roads between Cocoa and Rock- week, guest of the Hotel Indian River. long before the hour for the grand ECZEMA REMEDY. ways welcome here.

,.,. ledge, to the betterment'of the roads. Miss T. M. Bristol arrived from Hills- march. The ball room was tastefully I The Hancock ORLANDO, FLA.,: October 2, 1001.

J. Rev. C. A. Fulwood will conduct quarterly dale, N. Y., last week to spend 'the remainder decorated by stars and stripes of all sizes Gentlemen: Liquid I take pleasure Sulphur recommending A r ORGAN & JONES

'{ meeting services at Cocoa Methodist of the winter with her relatives flanked by palms, and the orchestra. was. "Hancock's Liquid Sulphur" to
; church next Sunday, 11 a. in. and 7 p. m. here. in its best mood. anyone suffering with eczema. I have

t f= ... Mrs. J. M. Paine and daughter, Miss Capt. McFadden and his schooner is at The service at the Rockledge chapelon had it for ten or fifteen years; have tried Loans, Notary Public,

Ellen and Mrs.E. P. Porcher, returned on Rockledge wharf and his Iftie collection of Sunday morning was very largely at- many was remedies induced, and to found no"H.relief L.untilI S." Collections, Typewriting, Steaogisftiy.
Monday from their trip to Cuba. They shells and curios are attracting considerable tended. Rev. J. A. Hughes, the pastor, try your '
t Have only used it a short while, and am t
at a delightful time. attention.The being ill, Rev. W. E. Smith filled the appointment almost i
,.. ; report now entirely cured. I can truth- A
.' heavy rains lately have done much and preached a very able ser fully say that after fifty as practising
Mrs. J.V.. Packard, who has been years P. KKANNING, r
and start mon. The people were somewhat sur- physician that your "Liquid Sulphur" is
; :' with her son Roy at East Palatka since to improve vegetation
t' New Years returned the first of the week growth, but a warm day brings rain, and prised to see Mr. Smit'h, as many did not the most wonderful remedy for eczemaI ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, l
know of his arrival. His congregation at have ever known. Yours respectfnlly,
a , to look after her home interests here. a rain brings a series of cold days.
: Floral Park, N. Y., gave him a month'svacation BEACH f
The new sidewalk laid out and completed Miss Marguerite Riley, whom many of and he hied himself with his -----------.- --- _
'., south of is much the people along Indian river know, is a
; II Singleton's a wife and son to the genial clime of Flori-
; needed and a decidedly agreeable improvement guest of The Plaza thia season. She has da and his old haunts on Indian river. L. BRADY &' BRO., !

1' '.... between Cocoa and Rockledge. formerly passed her winters with her' Mr. Hughes Will preach next Sunday.On f
>r cousin, Mrs. A. S. Dixon, at Cocoa.
,t i The town has purchased a piano and :Monday evening the guests of the
: I't..-' placed it in the hall, for rent at public The song service at the New Rockledge Hotel Indian River and a few from the I

t entertainments. This is .a much needed Sunday night attracted a large crowd of othet. houses were entertained by an old handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
:.: investment, and solves the problem oft people. Mrs. McKee, :Messrs. Powell andJ. fashioned cake walk, given by the wait- in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices OB !
'. I where and how to get a piano for enter- Matthews all favored the audience ers. Old plantation melodies, the latest Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E: L. BRADY & BRO.,TITUSVILLE. FLA. 1\
'i with solos, and after the service several '
tainments.- -- --- -
songs in rag time were rendered. Five

5 : The next treat in store for Cocoa is a sacred selections were rendered. by the couples participated in the walk. The

r '" dramatic "recital by the talented artist orchestra. prize was given to James Wyche and II. Jas. Pritchard & Son

;, t..s Miss DuPuy, of Boston, who is to give Mrs. J. A. Salisbury, who has been visiting W. Davis. The cake was a very hand- ,
t C> an entertainment under the auspices of her sister, Mrs. Battenfield, left for some one mounted on a base and was a Headquarters

ad L' the Indian River Avilah. Miss DuPuy her home in Delaware, Ohio, on Monday, fine production of the confectioner's skill. for. . . .
Ft;;: comes highly recommended. We will much to the.regret of the ladies of Rock- The programme consisted of ongs, dances \

4 .,iF Lr ". j try and give programme before the entertainment ledge, to whom she endeared herself in and a few selections by the celebrated In-
+ t ;;. z t' on the evening of March 11th. her visit of two months. They hope she dian River quartette.EAU HARDWARE
e will return another winter.Stop .
; The ladies of St. Marks guild desire to GALLIE. ,

c < return thanks to Mesdames DeGive and
Mr. and Mrs. Smailes of Warsaw Ind- .. .Tinware Crockery Stoves.
: y -.\. Horine, Misses Harrison, Casseres and the ..
iana, are in our harbor in their yacht,
I' ) Simmons, and to Messrs. Stout, Marsh the Gull. Boat Goods, Paints Oils,
s and Francisci of the orchestra, and to andVVOODENVV

.S j ,. r Messrs. Powell and Pettee, and to all who Mrand Mrs. Warren have purchased

r : '" in any way contributed to make.the musicale Verona cottage from Mrs. S. E. Barbour AR.E.
: t.' of Monday evening last such a Blight and will make Eau Gallie their winter Write for prices. "

',''j 5-. splendid success. They fully appreciate home in future. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Box .
i"r. all that was done. Eau Gallie and Melbourne crossed batsat
.1 / It is 212.
I a thing to see fine
I : ;:-: : Your correspondent has the assurance base ball Saturday at this point. Eau -

L. from Mr. Flagler that the train which ruit trees spoiled by the blight. Gallie was badly defeated.' A return JAMES PRITCHARD. President. W.M. BROWN Vice-President.. C. 8. SCHOYLEB, Cashier
t. j' I r t. conveys Admiral Dewey north shall stop match is talked of in the near future.

;: ' I ; .; at Cocoa that the school children may /ou can always tell them from The yawl Princess was out on Wednesday INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.County
I the hero of Manila while the hero
see .he with a large party. :Mr. Gilbert sail
rest. do well
f r' They never ,
himself he is that the children
-.: says glad ed up the Banana river and return, stop
tjs : care to see him. Notice will be sent to .ftcrw rds but stay small and ping at the shell mound. A very jolly Depository.

f ;!.' S the teachers and pupils of the schools in time was spent by those, of our guests who Authorized Capital,$100,000. r" -

!; I Cocoa just as soon as received, that the sickly. were in the party.Dr. .
Paid Capital $
up 25,000.
a I opportunity be improved by all.
: may
It is worse to A. Hazlewood entertained his Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS &
see a blight
..r The musicale for benefit of St. Marks friends on Thursday hit at the Avilah :.

:'t" guild did not occur until Monday night, strike children. Good health rooms. Cards and dancing followed. by a A

S : as on Friday, the date first given, came a dainty menu, served by his lady friends, '
9 & -i downpour of rain which lasted until late Li the natural right of children. I closed this very pleasant evening. The General Banking Business : 1

at night. The weather Monday even X ..
, doctor has made many friends during his -
ing was unpropitious, but the participants But some of them don't get stay with us. Largest and Oldest ,

,I were on hand and the event proved a Bank on the Hirer. .. ,:
oj their rights.Vhile the rest Mr. E. S. Randall returned from The i
great success. The audience was not as
Breaker:, Palm Beach, Tuesday and reports Exchange Bought and Sold on ,ri.; t
it would have been had -
large, perhaps, as
1 r >, M I + the weather been more favorable. Every grow big and strong one stays his uncles, the Messrs. Shelton, as all Foreign Countries. I !n I

enjoying the gaieties there to the fullest. ,
number well rendered and and'weak.Scott's service. t
was received small Patronage appreciated. Prompt
It' extent, but Mr. R. prefers the pleasuresof polite treatment and favor consistent ;1\ .
-14, repeated applause. The violin solo of every a5t ; t .I
yachting to the crowded state of the with banking <1. '
; r ->, Mr. C. L. Marsh was something excel- Emulsion can stop conservati\'e. granCORRESPONDENTS ""9
hotel at iffe +a r .
tl lent, and he held the audience spell present.A ; r.- _.
that blight. There is Seaboard National Bank of ework: ,; ..,'-_
bound. The orchestra as a whole, is far no communication from a member of and National Bank of Jacksonville.TITUSVILLE. "
> beyond the average. Each member captured reason why such child should the W. II. C. of Eau Galiie, now a prom- _Jf "

, : the audience at the first strain of ,, inent citizen of Youngstown, Ohio, C. W. FLORIDA. i

.1e i :. ,. the sweet music. The piano duet of:Mrs. stay small. Scott's Emulsion i: McNabb by name, was read to the members _

jI', ; 5 DeGive and Mrs. Horine received a storm is medicine with lots of' at their last session. It was voted
\. :, the best article othe All the Paroid RoofingS
; of applause, and they were compelled to season.
.s ,. ? .- return. Mrs. DeGive is wife of the Bel- strength. in it-the kind of I lady members endorsed the motion and JJ

'. gian consul at Atlanta, who has recently strength that makes will cheerfully provide paint when need- For Permanent Roof. J
't\ t purchased a winter home at Rockledge. thingscrow. I. ed by any member, who will be required -

i'l; ::" The lady has passed her three score years, '' ,:to show cause for which paint should be .

r( i--: but plays with the vigor of }'outh.1r.. Scott's Emulsion makes donated. Neponset Roofing "
I i;: Powell' kindly responded to Mrs. I II I Mrs. Goon and Mrs. Dr. J. C. Clarke,

t S J "; McKee's request that he fill her place on children grow, makes them eat, i of Olean, N. Y., entertained their friendsin For Temporary Root ..

,:.: the programme, as a sudden indisposition the Avilah rooms on Saturday. About Cheaper than Shingles, ,, tGeo.
..j. rendered it impossible for her to attend. sleep, makes them I twenty-five couples were present. Music, Better than Tin.........

r.ti :Mr. Powell is a fine baritone, of great nhy. Give the weak child a singing, cards and dancing were indulgedin For Sale by

Jil-: compass, and was roundly applauded, to till midnight closed the enjoyable eve-
-I -Ii::', which he responded. Miss Edith Simmons chance. Scott's Emulsion will ning. The rooms were festooned with F. Paddison {

IS-- ...:{ 0 responded with a ballad as an encore make it catch up flags, bunting and engravings of our first :

'1I: to her finely rendered solo. Miss president, George Washington. A pleas- The Lumberman, ; <}

,. Harrison and Miss Casseress were both I with the rest. ing feature in the decorations was a fine EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA i
:::"" for their excellent portrait of King Edward the 7th and '"
roundly applauded piano v This picture represents a --
r,.. solos. Mr. Pettee's violin solo was i ., the Trade Mark of Scott's British ensign. This compliment to Eng -:: 41

I .ft..',." well received. Altogether, St. :Marks. Emulsion and is on the land was noted and much appreciated by GEQ.N.HATCH, . .j. 1
i':,- ladies can congratulate themselves on the li wrapper of every bottle. some of our citizens who were formerly
t I
: '4 fl w P z : F great success they achieved in bringing 41 Send for free sample. subjects of Great Britain but are now Dealer i General Merchandise

r; . : together such an array of talent, and giv- SCOTT BOVINE, among our most substantial and enterprising .

ing the people of Cocoa and vicinity each citizens. May Miss Coon's suc- consisting of everything.

a a rare treat. The receipts were in the ,, 409 Pearl St., New York. cess be as. reat as the grand republic S"A usually kept in a ROCKLEDGE, FLA. I

neighborhood of thirty dollars. Roc and f I. all druggists. so well and beautifully ren o'ts. ,-' first-class general store.....

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