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: March 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: VID00619
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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L 1,. ; \, r -?.{:; 6)) THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1902.< .
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; J-- :: : States are far anti away 1 superior.- The TAX ASSESSOR'S. NOTICE. LINDSAY & MORGAN,
IR Of I[ ROSE3[ .
;_ 4. .<. .. results of the friendly rivalry at the.exhibition I will be at the following places for the purpose
.' -. -- of assessing taxes for the year 1902:
\:' > much
i{ ;:;- .. : will be awaited with Grant-Saturday, March 29th. FURNITURE

,. ,r:) ,.'i' English and American Florists Have Clash anxiety by the English gardeners. In Malabar-Tuesday, Apri11st.IelbourneWednesday. Reliable Dealers in Reliable

,," .. any event the effect will be to spur: the } April 2nd.
-. " In London. "
> . '' '....--'. horticulturists f of both nations to renewed Eau Gallie-Friday.April 4th.

{.: Special Correspondence of The Florida Star. efforts and the public may confidently Cocoa-Saturday, April 5tb.Georgia .

'; LOXDOX March 14. florists to see more and more Monday; -\priI7th. and select line of Furniture and Carpets, Mattings and
I' ;' -English expect Banyan-Tuesday. April 8th. We have the largest most

;(;-. are in despair. The international rose beautiful varieties of the queen of Merritt-Thursday, April 10th.. Shades in the city. Our goods are bought in large quantities, which

: :'} ; exhibition, held this mouth by the flowers developed every year. City Point--Monday Friday,,April April llth.Titnsville 14th.. !!et lower prices. Can positively sell you better goods at lower prices than any city

.. t;: ..;. / London Horticultural society marks ALBERT R.\ soY. LaGrange-Wednesday, April 16th. in this section. ,

!.. :"" the beginning of a new American invasion Haulover-Friday, April 18th.

._p, j' :(.. :: an invasion that promises to La grippe coughs yield quickly to the Tuesday. April 22d.J. .

be as successful as other commercial I wonderful curative qualities of Foley's F. WOOTEK. S
[Honey and Tar. There is nothing else Baby Carriages
fc friends the
; expeditions by our across A Had Friend.
:, "just good. For sale l>y Wilson & Son.
ti. sea. American florists have announced "A man's: worst enemy is himself,"

i ,: 3: their intention of entering the lists at at saith an old adage. But better. "Aman's -\SD-
Burglary Waycross.
J r' the exhibition and from samples oft besides himself is Q
worst :
: Ga., March 15.-The enemy
r aycross,
:. .. a triend for pelf." n Go Carts.
t- :'. ,,' room at Phenix hotel occupied by L. '?
.. I .
I' \.: : B. Pierce conductor of the Plant'system Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Con-

i :" '. was entered by a burglar early taia Mercury,

,r. morning and :Mr. Pierce is I II ITI ,"I sL
4 yesterday as will surely of selectii'
I mercury d.'stroythe sense Over 50 new designs in stock to
,,4 \' " : now minus a gold watch and $15 in i smell! and c inpletely derange the whole system -
when entering it through the mucous from.
: \ money. surfaces. Such articles should never be used robber tired wheels
: llerlining Go Carts
t' ., : Rr except on prescriptions from reputable physician -
_ t >. .-a, ..' .s )I%, Foley's Kidney cure makes the kidneysand ; as the damage they will do i, ten-fold and paraM: >ls, From $ .00 up.
'i" bladder rh ht. Contains nothing in to the good you can possibly derive fromtt
t. jurious. For sale by Wilson & Son. \ em. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by ,Xiee Carriages, upholstered lu tine corduroys

F. J. Cheney Co.. Toledo. 0., contains no $10.00.
mercury, and is taken internally acting directly
11" ; + Fire Destroys Cotton. upon the blood and mucous surfaces of When yon need Carriage or do .

,. ;....>. .. 1 = Elberton, Ga., March 14.-Late yesterday the sy-t'm. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure write us, stating price, and we will send
f he sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally
afternoon broke out in the
I1 J and is made in Toledo Ohio by F.
; j- f 4 cotton on the platform of the Southern J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. UO

9" railway, destroying about 30 bales.It !:Sold} by druggists;price, 7.5e. per bottle. Solid Oak Bedroom Suits lj>

4 ,.. is thought to have been occasioned Hall's Family Pills are the btt.: Solid Oak SideLo H.d. Swell Front, French Mirror. 15 00

I I Solid Oak Dining Table. G feet Ion I". 5 (l
: from
i : by a spark a passing engine3n 0 "
St. I't tt'r's Choir. Set i> 0)
&rtts Solid Oak Cane feat Dining Chairs t
the Seaboard Air Line track which
i it i. ,. The choir of St. Peter's. Rome, con f)0
.I runs along beside it. Beautiful Linen Shade, with Fringe..T' .
I sists of sixty boys. .
; h.I I ..\., Ice Matting, new figures, per yan I.. 25

.I', A Printer Greatly Surpi-b ed. :Tf'See our ad. in Savannah Press and News.
); ", Headache: often rt suits from a disordered -
t I "I neveras so much surprised in my condition of the stomach, and

I' f = ? life, as I was with the results::" of using of the how els. A dose or constipation two ofChamberlain' 112 Broughton St. West, SAVANNAH, GA.

ChambeiIain's Pain Balm, ?avt:; Henry .
? Stomach and, Liver Tab -- -
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i ,, =.Y T. Cook, pressman of the Ashe.vilIeN.C.( ) - .
letwill correct the e disorder and .
t : cure "" .
Gazette. "I contracted of \\t
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a severe case
.' ( rheumatism early last winter by gettingmy the headache. Sold by Wilson &Son. i -1 i rda: l'' "THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA .lardrl -.
f r.-# feet wet. I tried several things for it jgeoot is PARADISE REGAINED." ,:

"' I'I I t without benefit. One day while looking (aunt Hee*. : -0 .;1t .
l :=-
I Ii j. JI1'.I over the Gazette, I notixed that Pain The giant bees of India build combs II// ""I' I. "'d 'Y:'

'i .1' : =! Balm was positively guaranteed to cure ten feet in height.

{ 1 rheumatism, so bought: a bottle of it, and FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.
I before using two thirds of it my rheuma- ECZEMA KKMKUY.OKLAXUO .

'" their flowers that have recently been tism had taken its flight and I have not FLA., October 2,1901.

i I' : i- seen here it is altogether likely they had Wilson a rheumatic& Son.Dropped pain since." Sold by The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 15, 1902

I : .will be eminently successful.
't 1 1i Gentlemen: I take pleasure in recommending '
j J.
i. I When the fact is taken into consideration "Hancock's Liquid Sulphur" to SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

that the best of blooms Dead After His Run. r-- -
t i 6. l' only very anyone suffering with eczema. I have -
'I can stand the.handicap imposed by the New Ycrk March 17.-George H. had it for ten or fifteen year?; have tried i\l.No.99 I;. 1:. i:. MAIN LINE .No.78 I;.No.74 ..0.28 i 6NO.98\i

'J distance between England and the VanTassell, one of the oldest engineersin many remedies, and found no relief untilI

I I' United States it is evident that Amer- the York was induced to try your "II. L S." '
t the service of New Central Op'12 pI.
a 55 p 7 6. n 9 40 a .Jaeksonvil1e. ....Ar 7 00 p 713 p 9 C3 760 a
I lean growers must feel a great deal of road, brought the Empire State Have only used it a short willIe, and am ... .. . .. .. . U 4ga .So Jacksonville..Lv 6 Ra p933p ... . . .. .
.. now almost entirely cured. I ran truthfully 2C3p AOOa10f5a.St.Aususttnt.;; ..... 5c 3p 613p 9e 3p 660a
confidence or they would never attempt express into the Grand Central station, that after fifty vear a practising . .. .. . . ... .. ..... li :Ia..Hasting3.1....... 51tp . . . . . . . . .. ..
to rival the English growers in their and his to his home dropped say 10 lOp 240p 9 40a 11 42a .....EastPalatka....... 4 3p 525p BCap 406a
{' ;' on way ph\ ll' all that your "Liquid Sulphut" i is to .... . . ..... ..... .12131. ........ ........ t Yip . . . . . . . .. .. c JI'a ::
native land. The American confidence dead. He had held the throttle for 30 the most wonderful Tt'IHl'lfor. e< zema ...... .. ..... .. .....12 31p .........Bunrtells.......... 41ip . ... . .. . . ......
seems warranted by certain experiments I have ever known. Yours wppctfully {:; ... .. . ... . ..... 12 311,. ......... .Du pon t ......... i C3 p . . . . . . :
t years. ______ __ 1125p 34Zp1047a 103p .......-Ormond......... Z4Zp U7p 7Clp 4601.ii n
recently made.. A magnificent I Iht) W.V.. LKVKK. ::: 36p 363p1ob6a 116p ......-.Daytona......... 3311 4CSp 6i2p 449a ,,-
i new rose, called the Ivory furnished a Having a nun on Chamberlain's Cough <: . .. . . .. . . . ... 1 top ......Port Orange....... 3 211 . . 71.z
liemeitj. Fyny-lUlsam llelieves Right Away 1203a t17p1111al Si' ..ewSmyrn&..... 3Cp 343p 63Jp t. .412a2C3t :
i .t 4 decisive test. A consignment of cut Between: the hours of eleven o'clock a. and makes a epeedy end of coughs and colds. , . . . . . . .1. . . .........OakIIill. . ....., . . . . . I
flowers was shipped here last ,, 12 55 6 03 12 C7 47 Titusville l 2331'1" 6 45 816aa
month - - -- --- a p .2.ap
"t m. and closing time at night on January . p I' .p i 24p.. :::::::: Cocos .:::::::: i . . . .
and it was found that with proper care 2tth,1901; A. A. Clark, druggist, Glade n 143l55'rd250p 333p ........ Rockledre. ...... 1131 215p 4551' 2i3a

,, the beautiful blooms would last for Sprinj.I30.. saM twelvejwttles of Chamaerlam's CASTOR ...... Ii 23p .. ..... 422p ......Eau Galli ......, 12 231 Up 4 2p . .....
f' p: 3'11. ...... 433t. ....:\E'lblurne. ....... 1213 p 1351' 414p .... .. i
t thirty days. It is said that the American Cough Remedy. lie says: "I i. ..... ....... i 03 P ....... Sebastian ........ 11 36 a........ .......
: firm growing the Ivory will now never handled a medicine that sold betteror For Infants and Children. -----C. .. .. ... .. 651p .........8t, Lucit ........ 10 {Ta ...... ..... ....... P
undertake better satisfaction to customers 45 p 233p liCSp .......Fortl'ierce....... .104Qal219p 3 C pI21Sa
I to supply cut flowers of that gave" my The Kind You Have - .. ..... C14i' ....'\"hifeC1ty........ 1022Oa. ...... .... .. . .. ....
; variety for the London trade verily carrying This remedy has been in generaluse Always BoughtBears ....... r 2 ti ....... G 2Gp ..........Til\bals........., 10 13.a ..... ....... .......
u coals in Virginia for many years, and the ....... x,:1i ,...... C33p ...........Eden........... 10 OS a ." '" .. .... .. ...
to Newcastle.One people there are well acquainted with its theSignature n- ....... ::: = ....... 635p ..........Jen!t'n.......... )1).l la.. ... . .. .... ... . ..
flower that is expected to createa = ....... ?;e ...... 6451 .........Stuart......... 955e ...... ...... ..... . ====a
furore when it excellent qualities. Many of them have ofatt .... ...... 7171' -....1ope8o nd....... 9 .- .
is seen at the interna- testified to the remarkable cures which it .N o.25.. .... z'3 ,. .. .. 730p No.2/

tional exhibition is named the Alice has effected. When you need a good, re- 40al <: \J.E. 41Sp 8CSp- .. 23a-------------------S'-
r '
: ''
Roosevelt in honor of the president'sdaughter. liable medicine fur a cough or cold, or attack : 5 6ona-Z:iOIl'.Jc.! r.' 425p t3Sp 31p930a B:1) Ar..Westl'almBeae..9 &', )& I13p'1315 leC5D

;: It is pink and of large; size. of the grip, use Chamberlain'Cough 9 35 a 6 0i a: 0;; .. a 4 431 S a0 I' Iv Ii 10 "I) a 1 C3I' l' C51'J' GOO P
:" The color is Remedy and certain to be 94:111 6tJniSJp: 4 C3 1' 8401' ....Wi>stl''h. Ar 8Q1'IIJlj11)81! :$: C3 p SC'pD Op
so deep as to be almost a you are more -f PiUsTORPID i 10 01a . ... .1. . . .. . .. . 903" ... .Boylltlln .Lv 7 85a1. ... . ..., . ..... C :71'1059u
;' vermilion at the center shading to a than pleaded with the quick cure which it s . .. . . .. .. ....10 C3" ....FortLaudC'fdlllt' .. 03Sa.! . .. . . .. . . .. .1. i3D
1 softer tint at the edge of the petals. aflords. For Nile by Wilson & Son. 1150a..1. .1.( 3411 . .. .. Lemon ('ity . . . 5xSi . ... . I 407p
f It 50p. Ar..Miami: . . LfI ;>1111 I; :'OuU: '_Ial' a Y3 .. .!J2
appeared only three years ago and

; ; has not yet been seen outside of the Matron and Maid of Honor. '"OR LIVER. Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.

United States.Of Chattanooga March 17.-Miss Sarah A torpid liver deranges the whofc JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.

the. very new flowers, however, Frazier sponsor for Tennessee at the -stn and produces i I I I I !I.

the is said to Dallas confederate reunion has No.23 *No.27'No.35 'No.29INo.31! {tNo.37.No.43No.93 No.99 :No 13
.tlI Ivory hold the palm. It appointed jCK! HEADACHE:, -... _ _'_'_!,_ __ __ _

'. Is so new that it has not yet been put Miss Grace Heiskell, daughter ) Costiveness, Rheutisai Lv. Jacksonville........... T.V.a'! y err a' U Wal2 E5i. 233p 3 CO p II 4 C3 "' 8 C5 H! 8 20 \> 8 30 p
1 on even the American market. It is, of Judge Heiskell, of Memphis, as yspepsfa Ar. St. Augustine........ 8 55 H'ID oo a'lO :50 al| 1551' 3301'tCO"! | 5 13 pi, 9 C3 p' 9 23 p| 180 9

like Carrara marble, of exquisite tex- chief maid of honor and Mrs. Sam :-... -- !, Sallow Skin and ?li{;-",.,'-.' ST. AUGUSTINE TO JACKSONVILLE.

ture and a genuine tea rose of deli- uel McKinney of Knoxville, as matronof Thirds l no better: rCI naly !or thc* I I I I I I I( I I
dibecscs than D;{. U fT': .
cious fragrance. There was great ref honor. :jom.ron No.98 No.92 NO.6tNO.44.NO.361! No.3a ND.78No.74, .ft.30j.H..Z81 : .
LI\TU PILLS, as a prove - - - - --
,0.' when the :\' flower first. Can't : Substitute. Lv. St. Augustine......... 6 60 a 8 t'O III 81s a;, 8-:. a'11;' loa 11 4ia'' 5 53 i>'; 6 1 7 ,I- 6 39 pi E9 6C p
It :Secret. fake !No
burst into bloom. Keep Ar. Jacksonville........... 7 50 a 9 (to a9: L'n ]lIla'I2Itla,12, 401-' 7_CO i> 7 10 v., 7 30 pi! 9 50 y
\Sy The splendid work of Dr. King'tJiew; -- - --
Since' the Ivory rose: reached perfection Life Pills is daily coming to light.: No SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.

it has JJccu traveling around such grand remedy for liver and bowel To Owners of

Ji the United States on exhibition at the trouble was ever known lJ fllre. 'Thou( 'j < : jj Gas and Gasoline JACKSONVILLE TO MAYPOItT. PAL ATKA TO EAST PALATK.A.

.", various flower shows. ands bless them for curing :
: constipation, \r',1J Engines, Launches, ST.crroN", I 4ho.5'No.17,; No.19 'No.21 STATIuXi. 'No.47'Na.49, No 51N053 "No 51L"
j The manner in which the experimental sick headache biliousness: j:mud ice and
: I consignment of Ivory roses; was indigestion. Try them. :25c.; at :Srreven's fV:;.. ( q Automobiles, Etc. .lat.k.ou, illBMa\ C IS I' l.l J""I YC p J.\.I'aJiltka': \,J:, u-fir, 1\ -Y.I-I'i- J: ., ': ;J
I r .lacksom'iIle. M SS a 6 =31',11), 1'1 a 2 C31' AT.E, I'TtklLt 9 8. u 113; /I 2 35.1, 4 55 p
f drug store. You can avoid use of
I packed is unique. The beautiful white I l>' ,s* a batteries: and expenseof Pablo HI.a'h... 910 a 6 E5 pin :.011. 2 4 1' -
i : blooms were carefully laid in wooden 4 {" ...: J' their coiiitaut re- AtJallt t. H a'h.1 I:, a 7 CO pIli fin: 2 4'51' EAST PALATKA TO PALATKA,
-" Ar. . .. . II alli, IS ]111\. 3 OJ
\ : 'J''' ncnalsif you have inthtir Iayport "! ; ]p,11 p --- -- ---
.1.r boxes having a central compartment Gcred By Mad Sull. -..JiMOTSlNQER pUce an -'-- 8UTJOSS. 'No.46'No.48 -NO.50'ho.i2 .

.4 ., ',1 filled with ice to keep them cool and Raleigh, March 14.-A stnvt; Sensation MAYPORT TO JACKSONVILLE. __:_ ___u_ __ _
AUTOSPARKER.Ttfinl Lv.EP'l'tka 84,1t I' 4811 1 1" Z i- : 33TSTATIONS.
': i were placed in the fruitrooin on the"ess'l. was caused bore by an attack ""No.6 I'No.1S ,No.20\,\ -\r, I'alatka : b ,.:; ., i' '" a 1..3 : : :' ,. G ..pLv.

\ where a temperature -10 degrees made by: a savage hull on a dealer in "'nte for,eHttip'' ', !. 'i! to 1'11\'IIIi1.cIJlIII'now,or,old.. . . .. :, : ,
44 : \: 'ti\t'im klft contain f sti -/a'port: 6 a al -1 is I' ]Lint.; SAN MATEO BRAN C H.
ii was maintained throughout they" live stock. He was driving the animal muu..tb; from Il-Ktioun! makers awl \vners Atluntir Hlch. 6 50115/ C3 l' II +> a ,----'
of saniitl!: gauJi'1C, eagines, automobiles, 1'abiuBeach.. ... 0 55a' 5 C5 11 :.lIa
When the boxes p 6No.57.'No.451 ST.TI"'O 6''Ci:3
were opened,
voyage. which
suddenly dashed at him. lauud.I"-. {'f. 8.JlI'ksum'il1e. 'i 1!j Il,! 5 371"1 221 __ __;' __ _
the flowers were found in just as good trampling) and goring him. The unfortunate DEViCe MFG. CO.2o7 Ar. Jaeksonville. 7 3;; ai 5 151.1 33p C 35J' ; rlt Lv E: Pa ,. ...: \ ';' :: J

condition as when they left the green- man whose name is balia" : < Plain Street Pendleton Ind. SANFORD- :BRANCH. -CC5p-buja.4r-- -:atrlMa__ u:.... I. :--4-:: J

'{ houses. H. Crawford managed to get to the ORANGE CITY BRA CH.SIATIO .
x .No.11 -- --- -
Another new rose for 1902 which is S. No.12
\' porch of a residence but even there .....FOII..... .No.3'No.1'., STAT: "tio2: 'No.4'
? much talked of here since a consignment the furious animal followed him and 05 a '\ ....."... nJle.-\r lt-3 p __ _' _ _
was received in excellent condition A Shave and a Hair Cut 719 a ............... hms. : 1 71' 3 5J ; 1'i :nil Lv', ',. 1 ;: 5 3.1
he had to be driven off with pitch -, --- -- ----- -- .- - 6 33a ............. Osteen .l1. 3t 1',11, la.l.a.! ... B.,.'.:' :: :; p. Gas p
is the Mrs. Olh'ermes., named forks. Crawford is In a hospital. -- ............ ......... ...,,3o a 4451111 \. . .(,rang.. ('i'y 12 1' pIS Of,
....GO Tt:'.... 855a..
....... .. .
for the wife of the ex-go\ernor of Mas anfllrd..Lv,1lIfa 4 53 IIJl 4)8 Ar. O- Ci'v l I. r. l.4. ; 808,
}/ sachusetts. It is a wink rose derived Mrs. C. E. VanDeuten, of Kilbourn, Carrotliers' Daily. $Daily except Sunday. tDaily (>xC'foptowlay.. *... :ij olny.
Trains do not stop at !"-/j ti') opposite whir', r u-'"- is '0.,' .\ ';
I $ from the Mrs. Pierpont Morgan and Wis., wa afflicted with stomach trouble Barber
..... Shop These Time Tables show the time at which trains r.av If '\"i-Tt, .I !. i,'. 1J.d"'lln
possessing the same vigorous habit and constipation for a Ion;,' time. Mie .
A from the several stations, but their arrival or departi.rr a: tl. to i- nvat*_t 1 :. : .: .S :.!i-- '1.I .
l foliage of deep green erect, thick stem says: "I have tried many preparation, None but espiTiCUu-d workTITtTSVILL 1 r I nor does the Company hold itself responsible:, for any dtla)1' Ur: r-,:.- 1... :- '\" 11ll3

;" and even more flowering qualities. The but none have done me the good that men employed, and perfect I FLORiDA, therefrom.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets ssitUfattitiujruarantml. i
-- flowers are very full and large averaging have." These tablet are for sale at Wilson J. I.. (\RRrTIIJRs.. Proprietoi. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami.
a four inches in diameter when -
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A Son's drug &tore. Price, 23 cents.
: The color is a lovely: soft blush Samples free. BETWEEN MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

with a little deeper shading in the center Corn and Oats "ig MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.

_' and on the edges of the petals
Gift From Miss Gould. Coum<'nci'v January, IjuiLv. ;
j making it one of the most beautiful of Greensboro, N. C., March 18.-Miss TRY Miama, ron!!..Thnrs............ .. .. 11 "p j Lv.\\"- .Is,, !Sata...... .. . ... ., .1000s
f delicate colored roses. Its keeping Ar. Nassau, Tues,Fris................ .. 3 ;r=., :-i.1ns....... . .. .. . ... 60:) A
Helen Gould, who recently was -
qualities, too, are unsurpassed. In PURINAFEED Commend:: A February 3. ht4.:J ,

short it is an ideal rasizecolor entertained by the 450 young Lv. MiamiMons., Weds, Fris.3 tWp I I Lv. Xafcsau,1.uea., Thurs.. Sats..... ...'| 00 p
women students at the State Normal' Nassau, 'IUt.::.,Tburs., Bats..i\ 3'Ja | Ar. Miami, W ds., Fris..Suua.. ........... .1 CIO a .)1'Ar
formation stem foliage and flowering
: ...,. and Industrial college at this place, MIAMI-HAVANA DIRECT LINE. j
.. qualities. It has taken a gold medal For Commencing January 1, 1\11\(>2.
sends them token of her ij
g is \ five silver medals and seven certificates as regard Lv. Miami, Sun ., Weds., ............., ...1! CO p'j Lv. Havana, Tues, Fris ........... ..13 go n'D
f )Il k of merIt. five copies of two of Alma-Tadema's Ar. Havana, Ijns., Thur3............ . .. 5 IJIJ pAr.I'| :lluiim\\edo..S;lt5. ................ ft 00*
Paintings. \ ,
While It Is true that the outdoor Affip.e. on ALL BACKa.
\ rc Miami, Mon., Wed., Fri.. ........... 1130 P Lv. Havana.. Mon.. Wad. ............. 2 lOp
:J.\\. ff roses of England are still unsurpassed, 10' .:{E.j: Y Werkit AI .cy "'.flSt. Tues., Thurd. Sat........ 2 31)P.Ar.. Iley Wt.,1 I ,'; W-d. ... . ......::::::. In p
< it seems to bo eqv54"vident, judging .A. S 'XI (:) :R I 0 Li >eyest, Tues., Fn, Sun; .........I2t' irt Lv. Key \\ -t'f t. T:uirs., Sst..2 3o
,_ ( was a.. ,oj PeariYnlIi. !\w"l AI arvana, Wd., Sat., Mon .. ...... ... . b w a Ar. hll.illl, Wt:'. F ri., :,un .. .. . .. . . . 5uu P
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t \JHf (AHITS.( H I easily adapted to any "of trimming Bodies of Nineteen Recovered.

rl that it has a reason for Its popularity Vicksburg, Miss., March 15.-The ,. :, :_ __-_ _ -- :__' -__:: n- _' _I_ -__ : _--. _::_:::=_ "!':;:"_.:::' ,-:_.
The arrangement of a supporting bandat bodies of 19 of the 20 victims of the ;

, Some' of the. Most Fetching Bits of Spring the left side and the wide front steamer Providence disaster have been , \ '

Millinery Describes brim make it into a real picture hat at recovered from the: waters of Lake
Qorrespondei ce of The Florida
Star; will.I .
Palmyra The body missing is that of
. :t. NEW YORK, March 25.-The principal saw one beautiful hat of fine white Dr. N. A. Lancaster. M t
: thing now agitating the feminine mindis satin straw, with the left side of the Merely Reminder.

the question of Easter millinery, and brim turned up sharply and high. This
Bear in mind that Perry Davis' Pain-
who shall blame women when was overlaid with an exquisite patternof
so much
killer is just as good for internal as for
of their attractiveness depends upon a black thread lace, while Just at the external tr nbles. It will stop the'agonizing

becoming hat or bonnet? And some'of '. edge of the hair was a black velvet cramps in the bowels which follow

the new ones are so'er bow. On the crown was a large bow exposure to cold and wet when taken in-

' pretty. of both black and white velvet. A few terrally, and will cure strains, Sprainsand The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been

It seems to me that as, women have hats have streamers down the back bruises when applied externally. It in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of

begun to know themselves they look but they are mostly the shepherdess should be administered in warm water
and has been made under his personal
prettier than ever before. Some look shapes. OLIVE HARPER. slightly sweetened. There is but one n
Painkiller Perry Davis1.Dust supervision since its infancy.
better in ,
a plain tiptilted straw others
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Allow no one to deceive you in this.

should and have broken a hat lines with possible all the undulations to REVOLUTIONISTS m VENEZUELA f f Explosion In Mine. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goOtl" ne but
get .
Fairmont, V\. Va., March 17.-An ex-
\ into the brim. 'Some require quite wide Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
plosion of mine dust in the new Central -
f' and flat brims, while others look their The Town of Guanata Reported to Have mines occurred this morning. All Infants tnd Children-Experience against Experiment.

best in hats set high at the
f side. There Been Taken.
he miners escaped injury or
i is something for them all and there
New York March 17.About 100 loss of life. The property loss was What is CASTORIACastia
f. is in addition to those mentioned a
I Venezuelan revolutionists under the slhlht
list too long to give in one day where
the hat is entirely or in part of chiffon command of General Domingo Mon
or malines. Chiffon is a trifle more gas, have taken Guanata and are *ow Cobwebs put on a cut latey! gave a Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
threatening Barcelona, according to woman lockjaw. Millions:! know that the
! durable than malines which is but the the latest advices best thing to put on a cut is Bucklen's contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
modern name for illusion but says a dispatch substance. Its is its It Worms
; daintyas Arnica Salve, the infallible healer of age guarantee. destroys

chiffon is, malines is still daintier from Port of Spain, Trinidad, to The wounds, ulcers:, sores, skin eruptions, and allays Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhoea! and Wind

j and more elhereal and becoming. Herald. burns, scalds and piles. It cures or no Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
? Some The Venezuelan insurgent steamship 23c.; at Screven's drug fctore.
of the latest hats are immense pay. Only :
Libertador and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
has landed Generals Nico-
and the brims shirred all
are over. A I
,. few have a white ground and black] las Rolando and Jose Fenaloza near : Sultan Ahmed DeF ..aed. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy aid natural sleep

chiffon shirred on or tiny ruches set Carupano. They have joined 1,000 rev- Tripoli, Africa, March 17.-AS a result The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. -

-', along thebrim so that there is scarcely olutionists near Cumana. of the revolution In Wadal, which

:.t any brim to be seen. All this fragile General Landaett, Venezuelan government was followed by fierce fighting, the GENUINE CASTORfA ALWAYS

and delicate stuff forms the softest and officer, has abandoned Caru Sultan Ahmed has been deposed and

loveliest] of backgrounds for the bean, pano and has fled toward Caracas. It Mohammed Dudu, son of the former Bears the Signature of

; tiful roses and other flowers offered to is expected that General Ducharmes' sultan, Jusef, has been proclaimed sul

-, lovely woman this season. forces will intercept General Lan- tan in his stead.
Among the favorite flowers this daett's troops. The revolutionists under How to Get Hid of a Col
spring are the always beautiful teat the command of General Cordobaare "
hall I ever he rid of this cold? This
t. roses and the ever loved violets. The moving on Cumana i ill the daily question of a man racked by a %&UThe

\ tea roses and, in fact, all the best roses cough that seems to tear his lungs. Let I

I t\ are of almost heroic size. That is to While, Wise Doctors, him cheer up and take Allen's Lung

. flower, and the rest of the spray is. thou htfullaVlnen realize that a bad cold ordinary coughs and colds, however Always BoughtIn
"|, made up of smaller or half opened accompanied (coughing, ore throat ob-tmatej: but it is recommended _
flowers. The and tightness across the chest i i3 too seri- even in the first stages of consumption.Barn .
tea roses are particularlyfine
Use For Over 30 Years.THE .
ous a matter for delay or experiment.
when half imbedded in fluff of
a They allso realize that Allen's Lung Balsam Burners Get Long Sentences. CENTAUR COMPANV TT MURRAV STREET NEW YORE CITY.

malines' the only trouble! being that cures a common coM in a day or Raleigh, March 17.-Lavinia Fuller ..lll1I
f, this is such delicate and
perishablestuff. two. Obstinate cases take more time, of ,
It is as though some one had course. and her son, Van Fuller, have been put

in the penitentiary here, the former to
caught a floating cloud of mist and had -

4 twisted it into a slight fold and fastened Advanced to Third Class. serve 30 years and the latter 20 years .-

it to the hat, where it was always Washington, March 14.-Two Geor for burning barns in Orange county.

-t In dancer of being blown away. gia fourth-class postofflces are on the They are negroes, and the motive for I ASTHMA CURE FREE I!

Iliad chiffon and some of the imitation list announced at the department for their crimes was revenge.A .

-:1 horsehair straws with chenille! advancement to the third class of
pres Severe Cold :For Till e.? :Mouths.: >
i t'..4: woven in, are much used for foundn idential offices. These are Decatur, The following\ letter from A. J. Xus Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent _

!b.:: tions. So far most of the straws are of with a postmaster's salary of $1,000, baum, of K.itesville, In,!., tells its own

"Ii'"' rough and uneven surface, but still and Vienna, with a salary of 1100. story: "I still red for three months with Cure in All Cases.

:' there are plenty of smooth ones, so New presidential postotfices created ic a severe cold. A druggi prepared me

: that all tastes may be suited. The tri- Alabama are Sylaoau, with a salaryof some medicine, and a physician'prescr;l- SENT: iltSOLLTKLY FIICC OX KKCKIPT OF POST.VL.WKITK .

:.. come shape has proved: so very becoming $1,100, and Woodlawn, with a salary ed for me, yet I did not improve. I then 1ILTIt.iME .AM ADDKKhS 1'LAINLY.

:.;: to some that it is among the new of 21_(100 tried Foley's Honey" and Tar, and eiirhdoses I
cured me. Refuse substitutes. For
straws, and many more -where the
The Gr Ainerie.m Climate.On sale by Wilson & :Son.Southern: There i;, nothing like \ tllU Ult'ne.
I is round have been twisted
: shape really
and bent the form. the lWt>hof.hl'i ht mild day come.hnulim ."- ---- CHAI i'Q E i'i It brings instant relief, even in the
.. to required blizzard ami tin next thing Postmasters. ., worst ca: <.'8. It cures when all else .
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There are magnificent toques, where Washington, March 17.-The senate H E
know the weather iseprinir-likeagain.: V II i't '.
the form has been covered with rich yon The Rev. ( F. Wells) of Villa Ridge
X\> uoiuU'i1 people have colds and sore has ronfirmod the following nominations Ill. says: "Your trial !lottlt't lUlalcu6
. velvet and this in turn with superb chests anti still' bll'kLlwkiy: IVrry : Postmasters-Virginia, R. Rose, V" .fh&n: S received in jjotnl condition. I uumoi tell

lace, and among this one finds beautifulroses [avU' Painkiller is at hand to give relief Abingdon; S. II. Hoge, Roanoke; C. P.

:- and an aigret. Lace, mostly Take it internally, and rub it into theveiling Nair, Clifton Forge.I'ncttulnia derived
- of the heavier (qualities is used on : nt' h. AM! years I despaired of ever being cured. 1
f'i- many of the lest hats, so much so is but one Painkiller: : Perry I'avis'. Follows 101(1, ; MIw your ad\trtistuieut fur the cure of
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this dreadful and ttrUll'utiudi.lSO,asthma -
f But never follows the use of Foley'fcHoney
Sues for Less of Arri.Russellville. and thought you had ovcrniokrii yourselves
,, ., and) Tar. I It stops the conch: heal- / lint resolved to five it a trial. Tu
Ala., Maivh 17.-James and 1 strengthens; the lung-arid I affords perfect my mishrneut the trial acted like a

S. Strange has filed suit against the security from an attack of pneiimolia. "' charm.. Send me a full j.wll; bottle.'

f Sloss-Sheffield Steel and Iron companytor I Refuse: snb tItutt.'-. For sale by 1/ g
/ RaM i of the Cong. Bnai Israel!
: $'I9: damages for the loss of his Wilton: & S >n.3Tonnniinns. P -, New York Jan. 3, Wttl.

1 arm which, it is alleged, was crush. /r' 1)r Taft KiW Medicine Cu.

ed off by Northern Alabama car ma Bolh In. ,: Gentlemen: Your thiiiilcnc: i is an excellent -
: : remedy for asthma and hay fever.
nipulated by one of the defendantcompany's mountainousntrv
and its composition allf'\'i tt':- all troubles
. employes. %, which combineith asthma. Itabucceaftibabto i
if the chain: known as the Cordillera >ii:>hing and wonderful. Alter having
Cough Settled on Her LUIlt1 :!\. 1',. V 1':\17. I is a colonnade of pure wbite it carefully analyzed we can tate that

":.My daughter had a terrible coach -m :"11:its extending: tillth3.U 1)0 Asthmalene contains no opium chloroform

which fettled on her lungs," saws N. Jackson hill! s almost in a di"'c' line <; or ether. Very truly jours.KKV. ,
of Danville, 111. "1Ve tried a great EVERY BRINGS : I>u. MORRIS WE IIM.KR.Avon .

r many remedies without relief until we Jlriul!,. \. V.. Feb. I I. \Ifill.!
_: :\vc'l\'r Foley's Honey and Tar, which sUEflsTm&IHas J RELIEF. Dr. Taft Bro 1b.dieine ('0.
cured her." Hefu-e substitutes1. For ale Gentlemen: 1\\ritt,thb tt-tilUllllial from

bv Wilson & Son a sense of duty, having tested the l\'ol\lt'rfullI"t-t! of your A"thmaleiie for the ire of asth
> ma. )[y wife has been atllicted with 'asthma; for the past: 12 years. Having ix-
for much of human
+ 4Vji Small Strike In Decatur, Ala. been responsible hau-ti my own skill as well as many 01 hprs. I chanced to see yom sign i UJHUI your windows
mortality. Men and women die by thou- "n 130th street New York. I at once obtained\ bottle of Ahthuial*'ne. My wife t'UIJIIIIIIWt>cI
. Decatur. Ala.. March 17.-Refusal of sands in an Indian famine, not taking it about the first of \e'nl h 'r. I very soon noticed a radical l inlpru't'lIIt'I1Lft.r
i ? vs the company to grant a raise of 13: because of lack of foci but be- using one bottle her asthma, has disappeared and she entirely free from all symptom.- I

cents a day caused a small strike cause caste superstition prevents feel that I can consistently recommend the taedicine to all who are atHicted with this: di.vtre&sing

among the machinists at the Louisville them from accepting it. Evec: disease. Yours respectfully, O. I). I'IIEMM. I).

and Nashville shops Saturday.The in America there are still to be Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine ('o.
found those who believe that healing ('entlemen: I was troubled with asthma for :22 years. I have tried numerous rt Jtll'.hf'| ,
men were getting $2.70 a day and herbs lack virtue unless gathered during but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement 1 and started with a trial bottle I

claim that they can get $2.85 in other certain phases of the moon. I.found relief at once. I l.a'I'iw': purchased your full-M/e bottle and I am ever grate

towns. The strike was not general. The great foe of superstition is science. ful. I have family of four children} and for six years was unab:> to work I am now in tin
.d science increases the terri best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony; you can make such use of
Every year as 'I'lIl'et' fit. Home[ address, 235: Uivin-iton street. S. K VIHKI: ,.
Dangers of Pneumonia. tory of the natural at the .JJ... l>7 East I2!llh st., New.Yoik ( ity.

A cold at this time if neglerietl; is liableto expense of the super1'ti' .
which i is so often natural.
cause: pneumonia, Doctor Pierce's Golden ,ifi TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
when the patient has recovered -
fatal, and even, .
Medical Discovery
-- the lungs are weakened, making
SOME CON.-.1.V HIVE MILLINEUY. susceptible to the development achieves its successfulcures ]Do not delay. Writt'atlllltt'al\.ln'\ ,,illg UK. TAFT HiJOV: MKDKINK i ?!, :;
them peculiarly; *
because it is a 130th :;t", New York 1'tty.Sold.
that any lady having a bit of of consumption. Foley's Honey

lace would do well to add it to and Tar will stop) the couuh, heal and scientific preparation scientific originated "toy All Drii ists.
by a man.
her new hat. strengthen the lunr and prevent pnenmouia. It cures diseases of the .

'.: is pretty For s-ile by Wil.son & In. of
Varden quite digestionand
The Dolly style stomach and other organs
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while the "militar)'" or accentuated St. John's Hotel Chartered. establishes the 1)thin sound he-tlth.t The Seaboard Air-Line Railway

tricorne is among the handsomest. Columbia S. C.. March IS.-The secretary As the writer of"the: following letter
has granted charterto ** It is the best thing for nervousness -
welldefined of state a says
has the shape
for instance,
and for a weak run-down CAPIT11L CITY ROUTE.
brim is the St. John's Hotel company, of
but the left side of the that anybody would want. It gives a
covered with a monstrous rosette of Charleston capitalized at 10000. The life and new blood."
white chiffon bound with black velvet officers are St. J. Allison Lawton president person"Golden new Medical Discovery containsno The Shortest Hunt.-. TL.! P-t t Lin.: '.

and with a white paradise sweep falling : B. H. Rutledge. vice president alcohol and is free from opium, cocaine -
backward while the right side is and W. W. Lawton secretary and I and other mrrotics.

, comparatively low and l1tS a close treasurer. ____ ______- "I must again send a f-w lines to you to let Inokulinjr Sundays.TO : .
t iking1the
you know how I am : along since :
niching of the white chiffon edged Haw or Intiaiueil Lnnjjs wonderful medicine which cured me two -
is of black years ag')," writes Miss Hern ha
with chenille. The crown
Yield rapidly to the won.leiful curative I Kbcltr, of 141"Benton Street,
straw There is no color on it, and and healing; qualities of Foley's Honey ,' 'r bt. Louis Mo "I still contra -e Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines,
vettoot hta'.th! and think
the fact !
that reminds me to mention and Tar. It prevents: pneumonia and there is not a better medicine oa Richmond Baltimore
that black and white JIHO> still among consumption from a hard cold settled on earth ti ,n Ir Pierce's OYden Washington, ,
the best of hat arrangements. Still a ltnls.! For sale by Wilson rt Son. Medical 1)i lhF ,
thing nervousness and for a Philadelphia New York
few pretty flowers do not strike one as We\' run-down condition that t \ \
anvlIIwould want. It Iria t
out of place even on a black or all of Royal Betrothal. 4I Pullman ..
Rumors person tu-w life and nt'w'blood Through : Tleejpors. .
U white hat Shepherdess shapes are The Hague March 14.-Princess I can noW work all day long[
conspicuous and are trimmed in every Albany started for Potsdam without feeling the least bit tirtd.I Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville / ''$
Alice of was very nervous and weak tact summer. I } I I.It
possible manner but perhaps the floral 1 coday. Gossip conects her visit with took five of Dr. Piprce's Golden Medical ) ro. to New Orleans ,* 4 *t-d
and ribbon trimmings are best adapted of the coming betro&alof Discovery and it just made me feel like a new H'1ation formation, write \ f
for this shape. the reports person" "'HusItCH, Gen. Pass. Agent. A. 0. IAcI>OXELL.s t. icn. Pa" Agent, '

The best liked shape seems to me to the princess to the crown primjjol .'1'Rf Pierce's Pleasant Pellets stimulate I 11.1"\ Portsmouth, Va. J konville, Fla' *
be.theshort Germany .Frederick William. t' her. ,, ...- \ 'i j : M-Ja*" .Vice-Presidentand::: General 33Iantuu-- '- pmuth! Ya. .r ; -
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"Or- '. J '.>-- We are pleased to report that Mr. W.
L taI. . W.. HUQHLETT, M. D., L.T.DANIEL: P. Hines is rapidly improving in health.
-: 'f', D. ,D. 8.--Offices over The Indian RIver He came from Minnesota last fall in very Coughed I Iu
; J' i Drag Go's stores,the leading Drug establishment
RY: "- of the Indian rim country.. poor health, but our warm climate has
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: been the healing balm.
.. i : 'f' WILLIAM HINDLR-TJndertaker and Em- The Finest Cake 3nOjrjllliilJjLJLV] ! jHTiliJ''ILauagi' B 8*" '
;'.:' balmer Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup Mrs. K. R. Gilman left for New Yorkon stubborn cough +
I bad most
, ',, plies.Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing a
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much the of her me
Tuesday, to regret It deprived
aI' .Y;'. of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge for many years.
1: : .,.J Steam Cooker ,sFBANK friends in Melbourne, who will miss her. of sleep and I grew very thin. I
,: made The serious illness of her only son, in New then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
41 '..: ': .- ,LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty Is with Royal Bak- York, is the cause of her going home so and was quickly cured.
.. s' experience all kind of repairing
years ; Mills
:.. R. N. Mann, Fall ,
-: done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's soon. We trust she will find him better. -- a
.1 ',; ,I shoes made to order. i
. .. ing Powder. Always light Hon. II. H. Spencer and wife, of of cures
., GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable Beechwood Sixty years
Illinois left
'. Store for good, fresh and reliable goods on Wednesdayfor and such testimony as the !
', : i, such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, their northern home, after spendingfive
i.:. ., Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. sweet & wholesome. : months in Melbourne among old above have taught us what ,

< I JARVIS HOUSE-open- -- all tie year round. i pure friends who regret to see them leave, but Ayer's Cherry Pectoralwill

; ',,- : Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront look forward with pleasure to their return do. .
> : Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by another season.
.. ; the week or month.MELBOURNE We know it's the greatest -
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Mr. Allen Campbell has just sold his
r : BUSINESS DIRECTORY. which he will finish before he leaves, for EAU GALLIE. Palm Grove in the cough remedy ever
w wi I pretty property, west
i V. tI! MELBOURNE STATE BANK,MELBOURNE, Mrs. C. V. Ruthven. The main featureis The steamer Spartan carried a jolly par- end of town, to1 rs. Burn, of German- made. And you will say

..., FLA.-F. H. Fee, president; C. M. Horton, one mammoth moss-draped oak, two ty of guests and citizens to Bay View on town, Pa. This place consists of twelve! .. too after try it. j jThere's
extended consist- you
cashier. Every courtesy views ,
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with conservative banking. Sunday. acres of land, eight of which is under cultivation 1
ent in drop.
The last meeting of the Palmetto club The launch Dawn is at Hodgson's yard with bearing orange grove. It cure every
FORT PIERCE: BUSINESS DIRECTORY.C. : was held at the residence of Mrs. 0. Cur- undergoing some slight repairs to* her is a part of the R. W. Goode hOfIl,- tead. Three sires: %k., 5fc., SI. AU dnnlstL

.' C. P. PLATTS-Physician and Surgeon. rier, on Wednesday afternoon, the guestsof machinery.E. Mr. Goode has attended to the making of

'.- i Calls to any point on the river promptly Mrs. Currier's cousin, Mrs. T. J. Tay- in Eau the deeds, etc., and he had charge of this then Consult do as your he doctor.UYj If If he he tells says you take not It,
,'I ; I answered. Fo t Pierce Florida. lor, of Newark, X..r. Mrs. Taylor volunteered Spiller an place. to take it, then don' take it. II. koowi.
,I Gallie river last week. The saurian wa-! Leave it with him. We are wlmng
to give prizes at the J last meet- ,. 1 J. .. ATEU CO.,Lowell. SUM.
i I I iI i T I INDIANRIIERRIPPLES 8.f 8.- ing in March, if the proceeds of the club about five feet in length. Close Quarantine P Season.
: would Le devoted to the Avilah library. Mr. C. C. Ladd, and Mrs. Ladd of Buffalo -

f The prizes were distributed as follows: arrived in Eau Jallie Saturday, returning The close quarantine season will not the greatly improved conditions in Cuba,

,I f Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs !Mrs. Chatfield won first prize with a home Wednesday.The be put on against Cuba this year until and the desire to allow mutual intercourse t i

v at Towns Along:the Coast. score of 114 for the three months, a beau steamer Kathleen is towing two May 1, unless unforeseen circumstancesarise. to be as free as possible, provided ;

tifully embroidered center piece; Mrs. lighter loads of shell daily for use on the This order has just been promul- there i is no danger from a health stand

.1 COCOA. Coggin/ won second on a score of 112, a public road between this point and Mel gated by Dr. J. Y. Porter, state health point. Ports like Tampa will especially
i ;, Everyone is rejoicing with E. ,C. Johnson lovely workbag of embroidery silk and bourne. officer, who is now in Jacksonville. Dr. appreciate the deferring of the close

in his possession of the finest block ribbons; Mrs. Breck carried off third witha Porter has taken this step on account of quarantine as long as possible.nIPrcA's .
j in Cocoa, the Eyre building. Lige deserves score of 98, a beautiful arrangement to The avilah rooms on Thursday last _
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success. be worn around the neck Mrs. Patersonwas
;, ; last meet of the season for the Eau Gallie
Mr. 0. K. Wood, of Stuart, is in town close behind with 97 and received a Card club. .1

for a few days looking after his property beautiful writing pad. The consolation
[ t here. It looks natural to see him again prize created much merriment. It was a Mr. and :Mrs. Johnstone, of Olean, N. .
on our streets. beautifully dressed black doll baby, and Y.. are st>endin!' a few days in Eau Gal- Photo Stock House. .StE

Mrs. Battenfield won it for the lowest lie.: They express themselves delightedwith ,.
Who could wish for afore delightful -
. any score and proudly carried it home. There our situation and climate.

I ... weather tharf has visited this "neck will be one more meeting! as a farewell at Sailing and rowing parties: were of dai- K.o daks 9 CaD:1eras: ,
; I o' woods" the paRt week? The nights .,
i the home of Mrs. Battenfield
I J have been simply glorious.I" on next ly and nightly occurrence during the past And S'\.1p.p1ies of All K.inds .
Wednesday afternoon.Rev. week. The moon being near the full End
f Oranges are still moving out. Several For Amateur and Professional Uc'cIOllngulld Printing :
the breezes aided in the
John A. Hughes preached an excellent pleasant greatly
I carloads have been shipped this week, Mail Orders handled.
sermon on the subject of "To- pleasure of these nocturnal trips. Jt.Y" carefully f

'I. and growing yet in many Florida people is a failure.say that orange morrow," on last Sunday morning. Avery Messrs. Shaw and Spencer inspectedthe The H. & W. B DREW COMPANY,
\ good congregation assembled, and
I steamer Kathleen on Friday last and
I I Postoffice Inspector Canfield was a the New Rockledge orchestra furnishedmost found everything in order and in its Jacksonv111e, F1n.
.. caller at Cocoa and Rockledge this week; excellent music. Mr. Hughes this place.: The Kathleen has had a new

!11 not to inspect these offices, however, but most agreeably surprised on his arrival toiler placed which gives her increased

on his way to adjust the Lotus office here Saturday evening, when he was pre- power and speed. E. L. BEADY & BRO.,

i matters. sented with a fine new purse with $141.05in
On Monday there was quite an exodus
; ,i Capt. and Mrs. Fred. Aldrich are very it, generously contributed by the from this place of northern people returnjug GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We
busy caring for that new boy that has people who have listened to his most ex- to their homes. Dr. Hazlewood left .
cellent, practical sermons: this winter, to
come to make his home with them. for Grand Rapids, Mich; :.Mrs. Coon and handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapcs' Fertilizers We deal en IUM\'ely
f When they go back to Connecticut they show their appreciation of his ability and daugltl'rIiss Faith J. Coon, left forSyl"acuse in the above lines of goods. and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on
J I can show the wooden nutmegers what a work among them. Mr. L. W. Batten- Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E L. BRADY i BRO., Till's\'ILLE. FLA.
X. Y. :Mrs. Clark and James
"Florida cracker" looks like. field was the principal mover in the mat- ; son, ,
-- -
i. Clark, Jr., left for Oltan, X. Y., and will
ter, and his success reached far beyondhis
::1 The concert and dance given by the make a short stay in Washington city;
Everyone is that
expectations. sorry Jas. Pritchard &
f New Rockledge orchestra at Cocoa opera Mr.: Hughes has to give up his work here Miss Harriet Beach, of Buffalo, left for Son

: house was a success. The people gathered and elsewhere. His sermons all winter her northern home and wil' fcpeiul n short ,

at an early hour, for they knew a rare have received the highest encomiumsfrom time in St. .Augustine and Savannah. Headquarters
for. . . .
musical treat awaited them. Perhaps his hearers. It is hoped that his Miss Rote and Miss Xelda llochQler en-

.i the crowd would have been larger it the health may be restored speedily, for the XTtamed-at the avilah rooms on Friday

1- ; price had been a trifle lower; but the Lord hath need of such workers in His last iu honor of Miss: Beach of Buffalo. HARDWARE
I I proceeds would not have been materially
vineyard. Card, vocal and instrumental music and
; increased. dancing were the features of the very ,

I The citizens of Cocoa and Rockledge: enju\able evening. Puzrs wtreuwaided

fr have formed a good roads association,and HOMEAND the ladies securing the highest score in ...Tinware, Crockery, Stoves...

R M 1 I the fruits are very apparent already. The progressive euchre, A delicious supperwas Boat Goods, Paints Oils,

roads are receiving the much needed at served at 11 p. m., the guests separating andVVOODENVV

;} tention, and the foundation is being laid during the early.hours of the morn- -

i':-V'' for a lasting road. Barton avenue is receiving ing. The :Misses Kochsler will spend the ARE.

I I long needed attention. Mr. Bat CHILDDoes month of April and :May in Eau Gallie, Write for prices.

f tenfield has repaired the road in front of returning to Brooklyn about the first of TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Box .

his premises, and rock is being excavated June.

; f+ 1 ; for furtherance of the work. Capt. Cog- your horse "feel hisoats" The yawl Princess carried a jolly partyof 212. ,
I gin is superintending the laying of an excellent -
I Eau Gallie's guests and citizens to the
foundation his river front ? JAMES FKITCHARD. President. W.M. BROWN Vice-President. C. 8. SCHUVLER, Cash -
along What difference between
ocean beach the first of the week. Mr.J. .
I- and other residents are doing likewise. It A. Gilbert: the owner, was in command -
'I. I won't be long until there will be no betters the grain-fed and the Among those on board were Mrs.I. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.County
road in the
;, grass-fed horse The first IJ. Hilbert, Mrs. E. W. Stickney, Mrs.

j Ladd, Mr*. Canfield, Mrs. J. C. Cloud, Depository.
ROCKLEDGE. strong and full of ginger, the :Mrs. A. D. V. Coon, Miss Eliza Stickney,
\ k Mr. S. H. Peck is attending the hotel- Miss A. Florence Hodgson, Miss J. Faith Authorized Capital.$100,000. r .

; men's convention at Miami this week. second flabby, weak and tired Coon, Miss Wood, Miss Beach, Miss Paid up Capital, S 25,000. ---.J

; Mr. 0. K. Wood, of Stuart, was in out before he begins. The' iochslcr[ Miss Singleton, Miss Neldatlochsler Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS _

., Rockledge on business this week, a guest i makes the difference. and a number of gentlemen.The A
-1a.. at The Plaza. feeding j party did not leave the beach till a

i Mrs. M. C.Salmon.furnished the lovely Children are not alike either. late hour, returning to Eau Gallie about General Banking Business w si
midnight,delighted with the day's outing
roses which decorated pulpit and One is
., I 'I last Sunday morning. organ rosy, bright-eyedfull and giving a hearty vote of thanks to the Largest and Oldest -;.

of life and laughter another isI I popular owner of the staunch vessel. ,
Hank on the Bn er.
i Quite a crowd of Rockledgers went to ,

's .t'. y. the concert and ball at the opera house in pale, weak and dull. The feeding 1 I MELBOURNE:, Exchange Bought and Sold on

Cocoa on Wednesday. again is responsible. )f r. and Mrs. Thomas Chaffee are on a all Foreign Countries. 1.s .
; Well, the homeward movement of the 1
visit to :Miami. Patronage apprec-Liti Prompt service s
tourists has begun, and the population oft Sickly children need special polite treatment and every fa consistent i ia
o i Rockledge is decreasing rapidly. feeding. They don't "feel theiroats" :\Milligan has a fine vegetable gar- with conservative banking granted. '
i den at Fountain Heights 1 1 ;;, s i .et.
Mr. A. L. Marsh and s
t family left the
*' I" first of the week for St. Augustine for a Scott's Emulsion adds Mr. Minor has returned to his home on Xational Bank of New York, S -
and National Bank of Jacksonville.
: : month's visit before going to their Xew just the right richness to their the river front in South Melbourne. 1

Jersey hotel to prepare for the summer diet. It is I Mrs Mamie I. Xagle and Miss Carrie TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
"'' I like !!rain to the
I I I opening. .%_/ I Irwin left for their home in Chicago last

] !I A company of jubilee singers gave a horse. The child gets new Thursday.Who Paroid

I concert The Plaza on Sunday night in appetite and strong digestion.Scott's is going to build that new hotelat Roofing

.1. I j the interests of the industrial school (colored Melbourne before next winter? Our
I I ) located at Jacksonville. It is a very Emulsion is more town needs one. For Permanent Eooi.

.' 1/ c 1 :. good company, and received a liberal col than food. It is a strong Mrs. Folsom, Miss Folsom and Mrs.
/ lection.Mr. .
Skinner have gone for a short visit to Neponset Hoofing
medicine. It dull
; rouses
A. W. Hardee has built up
h : I a new Palm Beach, Miami and Cuba.
I sidewalk across the front of his residence children, puts new flesh on thin For Temporary Roof.
Mr. E. P. Branch, Melbourne, has
t, lot, and thereby much improved the
I ones and red blood into pale sold his young orange property at :Mala Cheaper Shingles,
There is excellent
property. now an Better than Tin..........
bar John K. Ham of Dover X. II.
', sidewalk\ for pedestrians all the way be- ones. It makes children grow.Scott's to Dr. For Kale
; . tween Xew Rockledge.. and Cocoa. Mrs. Miday, with her three charming
Emulsion makes ordinary
Mrs. T. J. Knudson and Miss Knudson, daughters, and her nephew, Mr. Wernet, Gee. F. Faddisen
.. R food do its enjoying an outing Melbourne:
i are
..... \\hohavebeen spending the winter in ,
'';' I Rockledge, the guests of :Mrs C. J. Cog- duty.This. beach, in Admiral Gillis' cottage. The Lumberman, j

gin, left on Thursday for their home in Mr. and Mrs. Winslow and family, a'so EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA.. ..

Chicago, stopping on the way at St. Augustine Trade picture Mark of representsthe Scott's Mr. and Mrs. Elliott and Miss Lorene '-- ._ ----------- -- .'

,s and Chattanooga. Many friends Emulsion and is on the Cook and Miss Winslow, of Indiana, are GEO. N. . 1'
: \ hope for their return another season. wrapper of every bottle. spending a few days at Melbourne beach. . s .
\ Mr. Dana, the artist, is packing up his Send for free sample. Mr. and Mrs.Ym.. Cameron, of Chicago Dealer

J i' pictures to leave. He has painted several SCOTT I't r,' .t<'.s. made a few days' visit at the pleasant Merchandise,
handsome ones-views of Indian river. =-. JROWNif" Goode where --
borne of Mrs. Margaret
,a.. '. He haS sold one Jor $75, and there are 409 Pearl S '+ ' York. Mr. Cameron's mother and two.5 ten ''t i consisting usually kept of in everything'--a ROCKLEDGE FLA.
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