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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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).L.: 33.- NO. 98. TITTJSVILLE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY JANUARY 81, 1OO9. PRICE, Bo. I 1

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LOCAL NEWS FOR FINK DENTAL WORK GO TO SAM PERKINS, Sanford, la Dyeing.Mr. CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH AMONG THETHOTELS. excelled, and Its appointments are su' Y
Dr. Dodaoo, near Indian River hotel. GalleryTltusvllle,and look at samples.Mr. perb. Already Mr. McCreary booking.
Solomon of the
special agent -
I Topic of General ,Interest. -Judge A. D. Penney paid a visit to<<> Oerrnanta Insurance Co., has been a Fred A. Morgan paid a visit to people for the coming summer, and up
Where to along the East: Coast to this date he has had more applications
Palm Bench the end of last stop
week guest of the Indian River hotel all the Daytona nn Tuesday.
See Hit of hotels on 7th page. for rooms than ever before at this time
THE: ADVOCATE, HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures week THE REMOVAL 8ALE.AT JOHN R. of year. The present manager is one of
$1.80 per annum In advance... all blood and skin diseases. For sale by ';"The warm weather this week baa Walker Co's., Tltusvllle, Is now" on. the The best ADvocaTe hotels la now on rile at al the best hotel managers In the United.
New York
1.00 six month J.B.Soreven, druggist, Titusvilto, Fla.Sir. called out white dresses and shirt waists, city. States, hence he has built up an Immense
-Dr. D. J. DIBol of New York "wasa
$2.00 per n. to foreign countries. -\ W. Willett who has been at his while several pf the.men discarded their pleasant caller at this, otHoe on Satur, Where to stop In Tltusvlllef See TI business "where others before him failed.
ate date of expiration printed upon orange grove place at Maitland coat or vest tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page. Write for a souvenir folder of this famous -
gave usa dar '
paper or "wrapper every week.No need This pleasant call, Monday, on his "way to -Dr. C. II. Nelson, representing the -Mrs. E. J. Burns, of Canaveral, after Manager A. L. Marsh, of Hotel Indian 7th hotel, after reading the ad. on our

receipt for.)'our money.ub the Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze.Capt. Ballard Medicine Co., of St. Louis, Mo., several days vlsltlag "with Mrs. Geo. W. River, Kockledge, was a guest of the page.

,,11 to send receipt for erlptlon. John McLean, of Jensen, who was among; the pleasant callers at this Sooble of this place, left for her home Royal Polaotaua, Palm Beach, on Sunday f :Mr. II. P. Shares Is dead. The sad R h
, date gl,e* It to you.re. !
has been at Daytona for a while, office on Tuesday.. on Wednesday. last.- news reached Rockledga on Saturday q
,stoppedover
, EAur COAST ADVOCATE la on last of his death by consumption, at
the following news-stand, at fives bere a couple days en route home, -Capt. C. 1'. Fischer recently bad tbe -Member*of Friendship Chapter No. The Florida house St. Augustine, Is Pasadena, Cal., ,"where he had been t
at : for which place he left on Trjtwday.Messrs. following party on a cruise on the Elise 11,Eastern Star are hereby requested to said to*. have been doing a tine tourist spending the 'Inter." The new, though
copy
,itusvllle per -B. R. Wilson; Son.I' M. S. Bams, of Courtenay, F: N.rsT Adam. P. JJlxoD'and daughter be osr'band at the meeting, Tuesday afternoon buslaesa of late much to the pleasure ol not unexpected, "was a great blow to ? R.
J. B. Soreren.loksonvllle and T. H. Sanders, of Indlanola. after Mr. and H.... has.E."Morrison and MissL. next, at 3:30: O' IOOk. Manager F. C. Hayden. everyone. Al Shares, whose northern 1 1I ,'-

-Dttval hotel. attending the Grand Lodge; of Freemasons Carolyn Selfert, of 1'biladelphla Walker 4 Co's. fine,new' brick buildIng Dr. R. W. Braille, the resident dentistof home "was in New Haven,Conn., came to ?Z t

>> News stand,Union depot In Jacksonville, stayed over here BARGAIN t BARGAINS! BARGAINS! has been roofed, and the work of Hot Spring' Vs.. has been appointed Florida about fifteen years ago, and par-
t.: Augustine-Hotel Ponce de Leon from Friday until Saturday, en route Dry Goods, Capes Jacket, Hats, Millinery plastering has begun on,tha Inside. The resident dentist of the Royal 1'olnolana chased al Rockledge, for a winter bona
<. Hotel Alcasar. home. Trunks, bomtorts, Blankets, flooring, also. Is laid, and It will not be and Breakers, Palm Beach. A few" years later he acquired the property I '
River. Pants Harmonicas, at cost.J. "where the New Itookledge hotel l+
Jdedge-Dotelllldl'D -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Sohayler, and go long ere the front Is In Remember the Magnolia hotel when
Beach Royal Polnclana. R. Walker Co. Titusvllle.Mir. now stands. At first the hotel business)
d ,
The Break* little daughter Helen, formerly of Tltusvllle OO TO W. E.: GOLDSMITH'S FOR you 'visit Ht. Augustine: ; It I I. one of the was tried on a small plan, but the house k'i'
Hotel Falra. hut now of Jensen, have been enjoying E.F. Cooley of Lancing, Mich., all kinds of staple and fancy groceries.A most cosy aDd up-to-date hotel In the soon became popular under the efficient
ml- Royal; a visit, with Mr. and Mr. Geo. W. baa been busily engaged this "week getting large line. of fancy can goods 01 t,. Reid the ad.on 7th |age. management that Mr. Share procured,
Scoble, of this place. Mr. Sobuyler returned his auxilllary launch In readloo"for of the best and al the
are everything Reader take note of the hotels now that It was found necessary to enlargo
notice ads, ten cents ,
jReading; home on Tuesday and his wife'and a to Palm Beach and Miami. She
trip lowest
prices. open and advertised on our 6th and 7th the hotel to meet d mand.. In the but t
line on this page. daughter followed on WednesdayMrs. named tie Keewahnee" and la elegant
,
his
r -Mr. and Mrs. Job Boyer, of New pages, Do not look around for other Few seasons Mr. Shares and son Horace
im Perking, Sanford, cleans clothe Augustus Pltou, wife of New nlted.up.Mr. .. _. ,York, arrived at the Indian River hotel hotels, for tbe best hotels are generally R. Shares have themselves had the '

Mr. W. E. C. Eustls, of Boston, one York's well-known playwright, passed Bert Johnson, who has held the ,yesterday. They will stop at various advertised" In tbe pink paper of Florida management of tbe hotel. But hit besith'
anaveral Club's crack shots, arrived through here, Friday night last,"' accompanied position of jailor with, Sheriff Brown" for places along the East Coast, en route to Manager Arthur L. Marsh has lielng so poor the physicians advised CalIfornia -
by Mrs. loslee and Miss seventeen month has his pUNchased for Mr. Shares this winter, where
, the first of the week, en route to Mary resigned position Miami and Key West the lease of the Larkin house
Jen They to and moved to his father's home* IB went accompanied by Mrs Sham
8eo. were going pay )
Club-houae. Ellen Butch a short visit ere leaving for LaQrange. Mr. Wade Jones will, assistIn -Mrs. W. :U. Woodward formerly of Watch Hill, It. I., and disposed of the lie 'was benetltted by tho change, but i
.Mr. Henry Lens, of New York, re- 1>ltou'. winter home at Bobe Sound looking after the jail nntlll Sheriff Tltusvllle. but now of DrLand, who has lease of the Hathaway In., Deal Beach, only temporarily., Mr. Shares leave a
,led to the Indian River hotel the first for the season. Brown gets another Jailor. been .,1.ltIDlll1l1r numerous friends here N. J. Ills Rockledge hotel Is said to be wife, four son and two daughter, all of
IB week, after a,pleasant trip to. Palm for the past week, left, Monday, for her doing an excellent: tourist' business this "whom are "well known on Indian Klver.
.
cbandMlaml. -Mr. J. C. Salter, Mr. Henry M. Captain John Oothout, one of New borne. The many, friends of Mr. and Mrs. winter.

Mr. and Mr. F. B. Smith, who In- Flagler's private secretary, surprised his York's former whole-souled residents, Woodard are glad to hear that they are Mr. Harry W. Searles. a former cashier Hotel Breakers, Palm Beach now has
led leaving for St. Augustine this friends at Palm Beach by putting in an and an old-time friend of Colonel W. G. well pleased with DeLand and that Mr at the Breaker and Royal 1'olnclana. a goodly numherof guests, "with Admiral

k have decided to<< stay In Cap J.0.ton's appearance early Sunday morning He Wlnans, of Tllusvllle, arrived here the Woodard I I.doing a thriving business Palm each, for many "winters, passed Dewey" as the star boarder. This One ,
month said the weather was quite pleasant when first of the "week, and anchored off tbe through Tltusville Friday, en route to hotel has "wide verandas and broad prom
house a longer.
he left New York, but he I* delighted to ,Indian River hotel, where he has been -Mr. Oeo. W. Sooble after spendinga the Royal Palm, Miami, for the winter. enades, from which" a magnificent; view
f, KNOCKED OUT.-The PROFITS. be down here again, taking ID the health- entertaining friends right royally. week at borne, returned to his businessat lie stopped over at Rockledge and Palm of the Atlantic Ocean may be obtained.It .
'erything at cost (except furniture). giving ozone wafted across from "Grand I Ft. Pierce, .Monday. Mr. Scoble returned Boach on his way south, to greet hisnumerous I la a beautiful site for a hotel and the
Messrs. J. P. Wilson and N. A. L
trge line to supply your wants from. Old Ooean.Mrs. ." home again. Wednesday, and re- friends view of the broad Atlantic, with the
Walk & Co., Tltusvllle. Stumpe, returned. Sunday, from their ported| a destructive fire at Urant, last wave rolling ashore on the sandy beach,
Charles B. Cory has been very week's outing, up the Indian River, on week, In which b* lost three fish boats The Palm., at West Palm Beach, makes the name of the hotel appropriate. -
County Clerk A. A. Stewart, of TI- successful raising roses this rear, and their ;yacht, the Outing. They report a and some lumber, and Mr. L. Jorgensen whose ad will be found on our 7th page, The Uroalcers-with Mr. Leland
Ille, was In Bovine and Eau Qallle, has a large collection of different varieties good time with plenty of game. They IoU an unoccupied house. The fire Is has been overflowing' with guests of late, terry as aaslstant-managor-xwhllo not
ilrst of the week-attending the fun- ranging from the ordinary white took their camera and got some fine said to have been started by a passing so much so that the manager has, upon as large as the Royal llolnolnna l one of
of his brother,'Mr.B.. J. Stewart. garden rose, to tbe American beauty.It pictures of tropical scenery, hunting engine, and was a narrow escape for the several occasions, been compelled to provide the largest winter hotel In the country.

Mrs. Miller and Miss Bingham,' of has been said that roses cannot be scenes, deer, etc. whole town of Grant, as a strong wind rooms for their guests outside the Ie will accommodate <)O(> people ,and at

ago, who have been In Daytona for raised here, but this all goes to show" that -Mr. John B. Foley, of the renowned" was blowing.Mr. hotel In tbe better-class oottagos. A present has over 4M( guests. The fine

rat months, have been guest of the they can In profusion, with a little" oars Foley Medicine Co., of Chicago, was a and Mr*. Oeo. M. Robbins gavea good hotel, judiciously advertised, will appointments) of this hotel, and the beau- d .
The only precaution necessary. Is to nearly always draw the people. Readth.d. tie of Palm Beach are too "'eilknowo
a Beach hotel, Palm Beach, this pleasant visitor to Tltusvilla on Tuesday mail but pleasant progressive: "whist .
<. screen them from the wind.-Palm Beach! He was accompanied by the genial Dr. party at thelt residence In South I Tltus- in the pink paper. to the ADVOCATE reader to bear ...petltloll. .

Editor B. E. Prevatt, wife and son, News. J, D. Fancher, who represents the firm rills, Wednesday evening, which was Hotels Indian River, The Plaza and Palm Iteaoh has been pronounced
eLand' after a pleasant visit, to Ml-: -lo conversation with an ADVOCATE In this section. Our. relations with the thoroughly enjoyed' by those present. New Kockledge, Rooklndge, Fla., are do- bl many old traveler to be the most
and Palm Beach, passed through representative, at the Breakers, Palm above firm have been so amicable, that Miss Catherine Jones/ of Nvw Hartford, laIC a $food tourist' buallae""l principally beautiful winter resort In the world-Oolf ,
Beach last Admiral Dewey said the ADVOCATE proprietor was pleased fine fur ladles Miss \ to-dale thank to Mr. Henry M. FI agter. ,
1 svllle, Monday en route home Sunday, Conn", won prize ; IwoaiMM" they are up
or Prevatt Is chief of the Volusla he used to visit TttusvlUe In tbs old to meet Mr. Foley, and hope he will pay Jennie Miller, of Melbourne, the booby iHiusn*.' ICock ledge I* one of the most tennis, bicycling, fishing, swimming,
sty Record. days, when Colonel Titus and Capt. us Another visit. :Mr! Foley Is said to be pilxe} ; while AIe_.... Walton and Moody attractive spots In Florida. It Is the etc, help to while aw 11' the time. There 3t
Burnham were alive. Admiral Dewey worth about half-a-mlllion dollars. also came In for a share of the lesser only .place od the East Coast 'where the are also many entertainments given Inside
Mr. P, J.; Hall has the contract to the hotel, In addition to the musical r
was then Inspector of lighthouses: In -Mrs. R. U. Snyder, wife of a former prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown orange groves are to be found In greatabundance.
two more rooms to the Walton house this district, and he still has a warm spotIn candidate for of Louisiana !made a close second for the first prUe. The hotel accommodations. concerts given by the Hungarian band. ,
fulla street, now occupied by Mr. and Tltusvllle since the time I governor and that Is The office staff at the Breaker Is a very 1 1
his heart still remains at her family residence at toe cream, oaks and strawberries "er.IiheraUJ' are the beat, why. mo many
1. A. J. Semble. Work baa cornIced efficient and obliging one, and Is composed
used visit and Canaveral the host and
he to Tltnsville supplied by people to Rockledge.
this go
' on the building and Contractor He has friends at at St. Joseph, La., so a letter to hostess. of the following] Mr. Leland
Lighthouse. many office Informs us. While Ashevllle, Assistant Manager Leland !Sterry.! of Mr. Arthur
I> says be "will push It forward as and Mrs. has not Iterry, assistant-manager;
Palm Beach as Dewey
kly as, possible. her health be N. C., a few summers ago, Mrs. Snyder ADDITIONAL LOCALS on 8th page. the Breakers, Palm Beach, celebrated bis n. Wood late of ,tba BU: James hotel, {
says' they
fully recovered aDd daughter.{ Miss Gladys, were" very birthday last Friday, and Mrs. Dewey, Jacksonville, room clerk; Mr. W. E. w
Mr. William Stlmson, one 'of the will stay al the Breakers all the winter. popular, and everyone was charmed "with DON'T MISS TilE REMOVAL SALEof the genial wife of the Admiral, who la. Wilson, of the Brynmawr hotel Bryn

Ing fashionable clothiers of Colum SALE OF THE TEAR.-An opportnn- their genial and sunny dispositions. Mr. J. R. Walker.Co., Tltusvllle olden tally heard of It, oornered.the supply Mawr, 1'.., front clerk; Mr. John W. r
, 0., who has been on .a tour of the Ity lost unless you buy now. J.-B. Snyder Is one of the most prominent and of lowers( and at dinner she present'ed Simpson, of Hotel Netherlands, New ,
t'Coant'with his friend;, Mr. Hop- Walker; Co., Tlto vllle. popular politicians In Louisiana !nod Itwill For" Itent, them to Mr. Sterry. The latter "was York, night clerk J Mr. Oeo. E. Hopkins,. l #
4, reached Palm Beach on Sunday.r give us pleasure to again meet them taken "wholly\ bv surprise, bat he r*. of the Urand Union hotel, i''

spending a few days at the Break'Messrs. Hotel Interest for Sale. on the East Coast of.Florlday.Gardner' *: .**... S-room Fu rnUhed Cottage: on Indian ponded gracefully, and for several day cashier; Mr. U. A. Conner, of Saratoga- ,
HUmson sad Hopkins Intending ; f River bank, embowered In oak and palette lie was "wearing blossoms In his buttonhole torla hotel I, New York, aaslstanVesshlsr;
for Miami and Cuba. Flyer.' true; $ .OO per week; II .OO per l pretty mementoes of his I birthday, Mi. A. B. Alohloson, mall olerk. 'I 1 ,
One-half Interest In a neat 40-roora tftonth. A. WRKRLKR: which thought a wedding.The .
was
some
OVAL SALE.-Now going on and BQt.C All year round,. butinea. A sheets;; ; It IUwkle 1ge, Fla.
made 81r90 75o.
regular '
ill be continued utttll'rw enter Our Ready
e Beach
Palm
bargain. Reason for selling Address Palm Beach hotel Pineapple Plantation For Sale.
ew Store, we' offer our entire stock, E Hotel, ADVOCATE Office, quality, 65o. R. A O. $1 quality straight' tent Furnished. has undergone quit a transformation .. -
Sale
1 I lines (furniture azoeptiid). at abso- Titusvtlle, ria., front corsets 5KXs and 91's, 7Oo. Extraquallry For or -, cennjf" Inc* last winter., From the broad Pineappleplantation frosting
te cost, for cash. This Is no dream. : dirk outing flannels, 12fo quality bouse In a desirable vsrsnda may be obtained beautiful dlan Klver. 'containing :at acres, 0 aural
An room ,
me and be vi Deed.. Do. It.flO rockers fur *l 19. Any day eight rotunda clJltlvatloD { "
con view of Lake Worth. The one under sbedded.Xood
and For Sale. location Kldgewood A'.. Daytona. partly ,
Tltusvllle. Launch Engine next week. Y. M. II. I. Y. W.I.C. on ,
J. R. Walker ft Co. wblob '
and dlolnff-room, are elaborately>> -room house, also packing house aod
Tltusvllle Fla Address, .
A. OARDPCKB
'
L. M, MUBIIAV, Box 132, decorated with palms, "were quite a revelation all shipping facilities fur particulars '! I
LemoQ Seed Wanted. 21ft Launch perfect order., Also, a tf Daytona, Fla.Knglne to .... here are quite a.number apply, V. W. WILLaa, r -1 ',
2 h. p. Pierce engine for sale;; half prioe. Stove Wood For Sole. of guests at this awry hotel, who while fob Jensen, Fla.', '
orida Rough Lemon Heed, In any Agent for the Gray Marine and btatlon- sway the time'bunting 1 fishing, sailing ii i i j,
itlty. W. B. HAKDKB. ary Engines. Leave your orders for wood'Carroll's ; For Sale, Cheap.A rowlntf golfing dancing eta Mr. /Sid.: Protect Your Fruit Tree.. ',I

,Jensen, Via.nge W. P, UNDKUWOOD, Roseland, Fla. store, "fitusTllle. A. P. G UBICR. ney Haddock Is proprietor and Mr. C.
hot-air
size Rlder-Krricson engine
large Palm _
A. Stone manager of the Itesch
used. Willsell 700 McFarland Fruit Protection! Co., '
New
sale. never
for
Seeds and Dads for Sale Old Bone Wanted. Empty Sugar and Rice Barrels cheap" for cash. Cost Imo, without A small view of this hotel can be seen on tents, all sizes, at 'JO per cent off regu-. ,
charges. our lib psge tar prices; Immediate delivery f made l>y ,
Freight
ne 2, 3 and 4 year old orange buds Wanted, any part of one hundred tons For sale. Address., ABTHUB L. MARSH; The Reach Club Cafe, under tbe able well-known UoFarland process of water f
.ale. Also sour oranges for seed. old bones for fertilizer purposes. State W'.&.LT&. A. HOORB, Rockledge, Fla. management of Messrs. Bradley. Bros., proofing rod mlldewprooflngs; hoops, ,
Apply to Mm. A, BECKBB, 'price, quantity and location.24jnOt 8 George St., Charleston, H. C. just| north of tbe Royal Poloelana, 1'alrnBeach stakes and lamp furnished with each
City Point, Ifla. I Mr. J. N.," Yacht for Sale or Charter. la now open as will be seen by tout, ,all ready to erect. Tbe only abso +! I

I Care ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle. IJouite for Sale.A the ad. on our 4tb page. The Club-bouse lure protection to an orange tree against ?
Small Launch Wanted. The yawl Princess, 38 ft. overall, 12 ft. I.I one of the finest In the Houth, ADd the a freese. No pore to be had at these ,

-- Launch for Sale. |:2,500. 7-roomed house, with servants beam 4 stateroom, dining room, toilet, beautiful Clnols'thebet of It* kindwe trices. Address, I IWar.
anted to buy or lease a small open quarters most beautifully situated etc., for charter or sale. Everything In have seen anywhere In the United M. BHOWN, Tltnsvllle, Fla. h.

cb, light draft; must not exceed Fast new light draught thirty-foot ba the terraced bank of tbe India -River. first-class shape.' Apply to State The whole! place Is luxuriously
In length. Address with fall de- launch,, for sale, home, Miaous. Large grounds. $1,200. Apply or address J, A. OIUBCRT, appointed. and considerable money has Properties on Indian River j #
,tion and cub price. Address, McCoT BROil"Holly "VILLA," AOVOOATSS Once.Titusville 2m Eau Usllle, Fla been spent upon every room. 'IheClub For Bale. c.. '11'.
JEROMK.: TWICHKLI, 11111,Fla. Kla. house Is not only lighted by gas, but by S SAT
Jensen Fla. I Itockledge, Indian lllver, electricity as well; and Messrs. Bradley LA .1I4I1fOIii. 4'

and Land For Sale, Mouse for Itent. Bro<< have spared no expense: la flttlug 37 sores formerly occupied by Julia A.
Kockledge Pharmacy. House I Has one of the most attractive and best It up to the King's taste. The walls arcdecorated oteman. f

: for; cash. 31 acres of I For rent, adjoining Plaza hotel Rock- .stocked stores along tbe East Coast of by many beautiful pictures, M acres formerly occupied by Jacob ,
low price
; ; At a him In New Mexico bya
11. popular and wall-known pharma- and house. Fine location for a club ledge, a 1ft-room house, furnished or nn Florida. You can find everything you but the one given N. Fe<..ter. -
land Rider under Roosevelt
la" put In an np-to-dale stock of wltb stove bathroom AH kinds of fine former Hough TITUSVir.LB. .
IMIO feet water front on Turned. open fireplace, need at this store. groceries AT
-a, toiler articles stationery, *, house. Situated Is the one be prizes most. It Is a painting Andrew
and
and and bunting. hot cold water, etc. Beautiful and western meats. Property formerly occupied
; fishing Ban Juan II111.
and Is especially equipped fit Excellent Canal. Apply to location and surrounded by orange and Particular attention paid to the needsof of the "Charge up Gibson. ,
for the tourist trade of Rock lodge. at Uaulover J. J. FLAirxicRr, other semi-tropical trees; on bank of far- yachtsman and cruising; parties. Mr. John R. Bradley has just returned AT SHARFB. l
ors are cordially Invited call, and Box Ill/ U-ytona famed Indian River. OEO. N. HATCH, 1'rop. From a very pleasant trip'around the 13 acres formerly occupied by Columbus -
likes Palm Beach. wellas
be world, but he :
assured treatment.ilslde ,
of courteous Tltusvllle. A.Ppll.t Hortx PLAZA, A. WI HUrd. tAT
k Jones, l
Or to Morgan any place bs *...
Fla. COCOA.
7feb Rockledge, for Sale.
Dairy F&riu For Sale.cated for Sale. On our 7th page will be found tin ad, 1 40-100 acres, formerly occupied by
Yawl A. Fine Home For Sale. At Banyan Merrill's Island, fronting of Hotel Victory. Pot-la-Bay Island, managed Frank M. FowUr.
at Cocoa and Rockledge.This deck 31-41r" DO keel, both Indian aDd t Banana Rh.nJ.I: acres by Mr. T. W, Me<;,.ary. For years 1 A-100' acres formerly occupied by
erty Includes 60 acres. of land a Sloop, :38ft.! o draught, SWJft. ; cabin, A model southern borne la South end of land cleared and Improved. Including this hotel bad been a failure, but under George J. Mereler.
'e of eight rooms. furnished com- lift ft. beam; S-9X Two 6ft. berthson of Brevard county, on the Indian Klver, heavy hammock and Llgb light ham. the present mana.;iment It has been a Lot formerly occupied by Fletcher E..
I>: dairy house, 19x30 feet with ; bead-room.good mattresses. pillows la the center of the pineapple belt. Nice mock,suitable for citrus trees),pineapples big success. While we have the largest Joyner and Wm. E. Booth, boat builder'
'nt floor, with separator and churn each *stove'cooking utensils 9 room dwelling and out-building. Ten and vegetables. Nowstanding,215Orange: winter hotel In the world-tbs) Royal! AT IICB4.T..IIf.

I I to ran with power; 73 head of Jer- dishes toilet. Two "chora, acres In fruiting pineapples; 4O orange, and lemon trees, large proportion In I Polnclans-at Palm Beach, Hotel VictoryIs Property formerly occupied by John t
nilch cows, 50 head of heifers, one : ; 4 persons; running rigging, lemon, lime sod grapefruit trees-most bearing. Two-story dwelling on the the largest( and most handsome sum V. and A. D; Baird K t
\ of moles, barns and stalls for theE cable, tender; good steering gear; 4 all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards premises. and artetlan well. Place now mer hotel In tbe world, and Is one of the Including Improvement and buildings'
three wagoasandonebuggy. Also new sails and patent l leak. Good reason for and flower garden. Will be sold at a rented and under cultivation. For terms best patronized hotels on the great Lakes. on all the properties. Address
range grove of 200) trees, half of years old; don't bargain. For full particulars address: and further particulars address: It stands on an elevation M) leaf above HABRY FI HIC B,
h are la bearing. For particulars, selling Address V. RooERS, ".C." "J. H. C." the water and Is only big feet from It. Merchant National Bank building! ,

ess, ABTHUB: LAPBAM. O.Box 19, Jacksonville, Fla. CM*ADVOCATE, Titnaville, Fla. s Care ADVOCATE Tltuavills, FU. For luxury: and comfort It can hardly be Baltimore, Md.
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../.' e -- ";alltom'' deer Bronson tarred out Cuvler tbe and
,! : << tronomer: naturalist Over-Work Weakens
ASPHAIT
I : along the turkey path In the direction L gou'Te. the port. The most notable I GRAVEL ROOFlf

: of Trout rup. He bad not gone more name omitted will that of Bernardln Your Kidneys.

I _, ,t__ jFAfqL than a mile when be saw a big buck d. Hr ( Ie...... Jusriben In disgrace for

:'iH1 cropping the twigs' |tess than 200 yards cbnmplonlnjc Mm. dr NUte!. whom Napoleon Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Mood.
away. had 1I11nI slu1d. but h_ got the GUARANTEED FOB 10 YEARS GOOD FOR 25 YEARS

J '" lie stalked the buck until be was' decoration Inter on the entreaty of All the Mood In your body passes through

; wltlilu easy shooting distance and Queen Ilorteime. your kidneys once every three minutes. WITH XO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS

then taking aim. be flred. Tbe doer After Jena Goethe will decorated. A The kidneys are your.
I 4 I blood purifier,they filter
I % dropped Iff Its tracks, and Bronvpn hastened little later high promotion In the order I'
I the
out waste or
to Its side to cut Its throat. He was, siren to General Lnmarque to Impurities In the blood.If The Carde -C

I II iH had approached! within a few feet of whom Sir Hudson Lowe bad surrendered they are sick or out mpbell Company

; the animal when the latter Jumped to at Capri. "What did you do with of order,they fall to da

1U feet and fiercely attacked blm. Tbe bin ?" sked Napelt>on. "The king ofNaples ._ their work. ,

back had- only been wounded and as had ,blm eichunsed for a Neapolitan Pains achesandrheu* Shack No.; 1, Foot' of aialn'Street, JACKSONVILLE, FIA,
In such cases was a dangerous antago general! who was a prisoner In matism come from excess

j nist. But Bronvon drew his knife and !Sicily.! "Very well; there i la no barm of urlo acid In the -Southern Selling Agents for-

: fought desperately for his life. The In letting: this English colonel go., Hela kidney_trouble. blood due to neglected .' I

1 battle continued for some time the not dangerous." It seems not unlikely Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND and WARRKS'S CRESCENT BRAND

.p. J / sharp intlers and front hoof of the that Sir Hudson. Lowe remembered heart beats and makes one feel as though GRAVEl

J :' :t't buck cutting Bronuon's flesh until the tills sarcasm when be was Na- they bad heart 'trouble, because the heart I I. ROOFING. Cat>ot'. Sbftigle Stains; and Deadening Felt National' Paint

,,' blood flowed from a core of wounds, pol on's Jailer a few J-esr! 'afterward. over-working'} In pumping thick. kidney- 0' 'b 'Woj.k Technical
Structural.and Paints.
/) while the bunter repeatedly thrust his After Napoleon's downfall tbe guru poisoned blood through veins and arteries.

't ,. knife Into the deer's side In tbe endeavor tlor/of suppressing\ : the Legion; of Iloa- It used to be considered that only urinary DuKONDE'S "LYTIHTK" COLD WAR' PAINT.

.:: to reach the heart or erosff. Cbnteuutirlnnd. whom Nape troubles were to be traced to the kidneys

'r. Ten days later Bronson'a only remaining leon bad not decorated strongly ell but now modern science proves that nearly ------------ -- -- --
I I,' Misfortune who had remained nt So dfd all constitutional diseases have their beginning -'
Ita
; Killed son abolition. Tuzzo dl ttorgo.rthnU. ; In kidney trouble.

I": Overtook home when his fattier started out hunt- \( Victor. Bfarmont and :Mac- I ii you are sick you can make no mistakeby HA.NNE :BROS

lug appeared at the settlement and Inquired donald oppoued. After debate- It wan first doctoring your kidneys. The mild

: White Hunter Who for his parent. No one had seen decided to recognize: and retain the order and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's I

him however unit disappearance not on any high moral or patriotic Swamp.Root. the great kidney remedy Is

i i4 Scoffed. was" a mystery unsolved until spring. grounds, but because Louis XVIII. soon realized. It stands the highest for Us Wholesaler !
t" wonderful cures of the most distressing cases Bottlers of Wm. 4- Lemp
Deer | Legend Two fishermen who were on their way could not afford to make himself more

.i),'" to Trout run* for a Hailing: expedition unpopular than be was already by and Is sold on Its merits wlng Company's St.. .
by all druggists In fifty- .
'j'. .i(I !The recent statement ttint the Smithontan early In April saw the skeleton of a stripping people of their decorations. cent and one-dollar sU- Whiskey
Louis Beer. Trade
deer few from the Chateaubriand and Lamartlne consented Keg
I lying a yards pntb
'f I Institution offers a reward ()t es. You may have a I'
$1OOO) .for the akin of a white dorr upon whjch they were ",nlklo!:. Out to accept; tbe red ribbon. but ,It was sample bottle by mall Homa of s........._ Our Specialty... !louse.
of curiosity they Investigated and were also conferred upon a great number) of free also pamphlet telling you how to find
: aId to have been In New .
II seen Jersey .
astonished to see some fifteen feet worthless personages. and so brought out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. .
ii. fl'J recalls/ to the memory ot th old Inmter awny the skeleton of n man. Jim Mor-! into contempt. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer '

t : of the Allcghany niouutiilns the rlnon proved that the human bones There have been many. Legion. of & Co., Blnghamton N..y. 1246 't 1gaa "V7\7"osit: .A.cl maxvxI.sXuX : Street,

\ I fact that hunters would no more kill a were thane of Thomas Bron on. na he Elottor> scandals since those days. but J'. : : FLA.

; : wlilte deer tlian commit uilcldo readily Identified( the liitter's-'rlfle and one of them surpasses all tbe others in ,

'Ii' Asftta: from the fact that a white deer hunting knlf. Morrison explained to magnitude. This Is of course, the Wilson =

f.i. 1*. regarded, a* an animal which all the fishermen how tbe,tragedy bad occurred scandal the history. of wblcb. BEST FOR THEBOWELS ............ ...............

I ( the wounded buck having killed though Intricate.la. worth recalling.
: 4 hunter nro In. honor bound not to kill
Bronson Ami then dying from the Tbe trouble may be said to have be. 0
I I the belief has 1/4'cii almost ffi'iienil: (lint !
wounds the hunter lied Inflicted upon gun on tie day on which Mile. Allee For $3.2OL4 0
tbe slayer, cC.'Lu: of these deer would Full Quarts
'j] ,, .
fell In love with
him with rlflo and knife. Grevy an opera singerwho If iron lierent a romiUr. bmlthjr movement or thoowelfl > 0
it; meet with dl1'e' mlafortune.There .need not mentioned here. He v0ry day, you r III or will be. Keep your
hoa.110pe13., and ba woll. Voro..In the ehapaof vlo OP THE CELEBRATED 7YEAROLD"Galfioun
'i / ore hunters ullll Jiving) 'In wanted to marry her and she wanted lentpllf,. iloor pill polBoit.lii" dfcr .rouii. The .mantli.a 0
c,0 0e l eeC noel perfoco way ec ke.Ilnl th. Iwwalaalear
t k I., Cleaf'fleUl county PH., who to till* day NAPOLEON'SORDER.THE (o marry him. and the papers were beginning and Uaa la to tak* :: 0

; 'rJ, : believe thnt: the experience of one man. to couple the two names In ..amanner'moat CANDY Pure Rye Whiskey 0

,I prove tile connection between the kill- LEGION OF HONOR AND HOW embarrassing to the president !- CATHARTIC
I of Vie Tbe
luff ot a white opera singer about avoid all oommant. When and tent It,, If .
man was. TLomus.DronBpoV-.jwlio\ ; with jua rnIt It la not return
4 bis business and' toulld bla daughter it aS our expense and your ( ... be cheerfully "U.f.crtor'l oke,I f.
-e his wlte-and two young.none( lived' In Do...?!*.. the. ale....'... th.. Project ae another husband not A very good bus- a. food aa any dell S3.0O goods in the market. We are eloae at band.od can give 0
J 1 I. you quicker vcrr than distant booties. Webavo beea doioir baninftui In
the Green woods not' far from the Flrat Invited ll. InnaaaratfanProvVd band, but the hour husband h. 'could this city and at the lame stand for 2O yearn, and a. to our rcBpooalbllllf .

;t : head of Cold stream. Bronson was a ; That S.pol.oui .Knew. procure' on tile spur of tbe moment. I. or aiud to the cc pntalton editor of this for houeat paper. de.lIotr"a refer you to may bankormenhaDlh.re:

I- man of taciturn nature a daredevil French Human 1\*..... His choice fell Upon M. Daniel Wilson. I.
QnI OIMOIM
&. Lt'VI_ .
.; t who who' lind long boeu one of VI.'Grevy'" -- -- -- -
wall reg-nnlcd by other hunters France owes the Legion of Honor to EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY "

#,- i aa a good fellow to let alone lie was finpoli-'on. All orders 'of chivalry bad political Hupporters' and was a financier. Merer Plminne Bloken Palfttahl weaken Potent.Ta t.,Oood 51. enl Do M Gooff cant. 1928-1930 First Ave..>. O.'BOX Birmingham; Ala. e

reckless' been abolished of Home mark. tot itee. urlP.jlo and booklet oa KOTIOK-We par azprem' cbanree to all point reached '6y the "Southern Kxprma .
find
brave, but was not look. by the revolution and cl'.Ad't: at Company," bat to point on lineR of other eapreBeeompiutlee we> prepay. only to
bad left No sooner was 91. Wilson establishedat Tiaum MDHDT 0 wlmre ttonthftrn K>pr..M CompHny trannreni to mild nthitr ... points
i *d upon us a good neighbor. a gap Which It was not easy to txiariirr cmriso SEW VHIIK. company. We
Q.Q.V. I'rte.U.'for other taper.e
good
1 o applloaUon.When writing l leaae
the than be mention this
j>
Klysee proceeded to enrich ,: .
: ; Early In the fall of 1853 Bronson OIL Mongo! "Tbey the are mere gvegaws,'"' said himself by various means. Among KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN. .. '- e

Knobs white huntliijf, In tile vicinity of the the revolutlonlnts cliomlst.how who to had make taught gunpowder other tuluicii. bt founded! n paper called ................ ..........
explod a deer whose coat wat Le Monlteur de ('Exposition\: Cnlveraelle. -
out of piaster of purls. "Clee- ,
M white as snow. He wo undlotur'b- rowS! If which really covered a truffle In GENERAL DIRECTORY. .
1 you will. the first consul 1 answered
ed by.what li. styled the timid feari "but people Ilk '> them. Let us decorations The wbple story came C ,:e: ..A. S ::ec.cr, :t./.1: cSc:i CO .
of .ill$ sporwaien. Dronaun' rifle tile out in a states trial toward the end of ,
approach question frankly. All U. 8.,LAN) OFFICE.
t cracked and the deer, after a. few met are enamored of.'decorations 1887. It win proved tlmt Wilson bad H.8. riinl.h,..........,.................Replater. air. '*" ate w. Bar St.. JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.
tbe French than made a regular practice of selling the W. O.HoMimon.... .. .. ...... ......R. oelnr.
spasmodic 'leaps)!!, tell to the ground more any. They positively Offices at(MineivtIIe.Florida.
Legion of Honor of Inviting
) fr with a' iJulIot hunger for them and they bavealwlIY. or. rather
; I through its beaM Itt people who wanted It to bribe blm U.8 SENATORS.J. .

i'4' ; white skin dlell red with Its blood. done so. to use bl* Influence to obtain It for P..rallaferro...... ........... ...'.JaoiraonvMle.
Bronson dressed the This was at Mnlmolsun In 1802. In.. 8. It. M.Uo'7..... ...... .... ..'....,Pennaoola.
doer whIch Will them. Ills overtures were presented
liar the couaell d'etnt was Invited to I U. B. OONGBESSMEN.Robert .
a. ceveuty-Qvo pound doc through his Jackals. Generals d'Aud- I
mad wrapping consider tbe project of tbe Institution W. Davla..........I......... ..,Palatka.
; the meat, la the bide carried It of the Legion of Honor. It was rlUKiculfd Ian and Coffere! and UOI....' Limousin B. M.Biiaraman! ,................. .......Tampa. x-E'; ;

3L. home 1C lie g-uve any thought to the by many notably by Moreiiu. and Ratazzl. and the whole party bad FLORIDA LE
i fact tlmt lieluiil, elnln a. white dl'iL".1t who as victor of Hohenlluden was bit to stand In the dock together. :. Jf. r'lmlok.hlm Beaon.. .. .. ......Senator. PREPAID PRE
Wilson wiin sentenced to two years K. B. Rauleraon, Fort 1'ierce,.. .Repnaontative. 4\\ PAID
.
was simply to reflect that the bids> terly jealous of tbe victor of! Marengo.At \ .
,'Imprisonment a tine of 8.1KNX( '.. francs EXECUTIVE UEl'ARTMENT. Thj 2OIt
i' might bring a. high price as a curiosity. and a dinner party he sent for his cook' and live years' deprivation "''of civilrlg'lIt. Wm.. .lennlnpa. .. .. ...1.. .. .. .. ...fJoveinor. ', ,
; said to blm In the I $410I
lie aftorwnril remembered tha tara. presence of his Jnu. L. CrswrorI..Secretary of State. ,
:: yen croaked onrlietid he guestsr "Michel i am pleased, with .. lie appealed and.tbe court of ..tame B. Whltfleld,. :, .* :::: ..Treasurer.: r sSu-a
i an was PIIHH- ... -
cassation annulled the Judgment. The Will B Lamar .. .. ... Attorney- "
: ; log Along the woodland road la the your dinner. 'You have Indeed distinguished accused, said the Judges. obviously W, N. Sliest..,... ....Rup,. Put.llo Inatruntlon. I
was B. ....... .,
B.
dusk yourself I will award MnLIn Cuinmlwiloner' Aftiloulttire.
,... ottho evening but as ravens you a I guilty of everything that be 'was Alon..C. Crnnin........ .. ... .......Comptroller. j : 5.
: 4 were numerous bo pnld no heed. saucepan; of honor. !Mme. de Staelwns J.CIiirnrd R. I''ter,...... ...AdJl1tao eo.raI. I 'I L
charged] with. but aa his offenses were :
also John .. .......... .
Six: wet'l Dronaon wbllesearching 'All.' OHO of the decorated not anticipated by any punitive law he R.E. KoKh ./. ..'.... ....... ..SLate CliemliC. I I Doz.
il t for the den of she used unit TAllaliaaaaa;
,:; a. pack of could not be punished. So he retiredto *at Florida. -'c.
to ask
: wolves hrml'of each guest who was shown! Into tp
\ j near the Cold liT I .
stream Slfl'KEMK 'CotJ JUDGES1M.H.Manrr.
the country and tried to live down
'. ." l fell upon .&'pile of rocks' and broke his i her salon.But his bad name. As be ultimately got ...,".......:... ... ....Chief J2QtS ___ __ DnIVERrD roI
'i: arm, an accident that laid him Napoleon.: bad gauged human nature F.I3,4ar1er.e*....i... ... ....Ataootate
I' up Rome i correctly. Ills Legion of Honor himself-elected conselller general one M.F,Taylor.. ......M.Aci......*. 'fil"t''j
weeks
!, during which ho was visited by must tbat he succeeded In this
suppose
: old Jim Morrison tbe did meet a felt want and It wall definitely RAILROAD COMMISSIONERSH. $900
veteran hunter object.-Pall Mall Gazette. .E. T>ay. chairman,...,.. ,. ......Gilnenvllle..
Inaugurated U .
I ,of Rattlesnake run. Jim "had beard of on July 1804.Among J.L. Morgan.... .? ......?,.,..........J..per.
the killing ot time white deer and he the eminent men of science J. M. Hryau..... .. .. ..\....,.......ICIsaliriuimt. Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.
I wa. not slow1 and men of letters 'on whom It was The properties Bauard's Snow Liniment John, L.Neelwy. Jr., cl..rk...... ...Arratlla..
to tell
Brousou that be Hewtquartera and emcee at'1'a.1."_, Via.is .
I then bestowed possess a of usefulness
had done were Included Laplace range great
a moet foolish '
thing. After the er than any other remedy., A day seldom CIRCUIT COTJKT.
mathematician Lalande
;
Morrison had departed Bronaon got to a.... the, as- passes In every household especially Minor B.Jonea.Tltnarllle..,. ....Circuit Jndfre. '
I I thinking, about the matter. But al-- where there children, that; It Is not .'.l>.1IegJIII.Orl.nft.... ...Imacutlnic Attorney.

ON FIRE. aee<1ed. Price 2A and SO) cents. B. R. SprtnjtTerm-Vourth I'all.F r Monday Monday In In November.COUKT.April. NineHERBINE.
r. F'_' ..1 ._.. _.. w IVIIann Son, : .
An exploding lamp the clothing la .JI ltIbVARlJ; Ip\J 'I .
N v a blue; a paragraph in; the tell ,. A.F>.Pann. .,......v .... .......CountT Jndfe. "
paper '
.. Jainea B. Andrawa... .....Fro .nutln -
r ie4111 I5 ing of horrible suffering from burns. B, tile time the average man gets .... A..StewarS....... .. .. County Attorney.Clerk. of
Tragedy In this (form moves a man t. f>ia enough to have good sense he la too .Spring Term-flwionil Monday: In May. Pure Juicts from Natural Roots.
tear But (or ,Hummer Term-Seeonl Moiulay In Angnat. : .
I contrary to make> good usa of It.-Chi
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Fall Term Second
In
Monday rtowmber. I
Iy'1: rt women who are cago Newsi. Winter Tejru.Seoond: &loa4.T in February. all the
dally being cotvsumd the Liver Stomach and Bowels
REGULATES
COUNTY SCHOOL
by, tbeamouldcring BOARD. : ,
'It fire Tbe uglier you are the more amiable R. E. Mimi, 8Upflrlllte..d.nC..I..Bon."elltare. People 11 Cleanses
Memberi J. M. Dixon, the System Purifies the Blood
rhilrinao.
; of diseuM there is ;you should be.-Atcblson Globe. Tlcnnrllla; ,
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R. N.Aodrowa, Cocoa; C. X.1'latta,Fort Fierce.COtniTT ,
little

Inflammation sympathy.,. .Many a bright aDd happy householdhas| .J.R. Walker, chairman COMMIftSIONKRS., Tltusrllle; John R. : SufferflURES Malaria; Biliousness Constipation,

- I' with Its fierce been tbro.wn Into sadness nt} sorrow because Mlot, Indlanolat R. A. ("onkllnt, Tlllmaai;John I u Weak Stomach
f I 'F.i'\ bami."ulle.ra.. of the death of a loved one; from a C. Jonas, Wood ley; J. Frank Hell, White City. from a and Impaired Digestion
1 Ii tlon eating into neglected cold. Ballard's Horehound Reiriilor eeulona are held Unit Monday la each

the tissues ; the Syrup Is the great cure for coughs, colds month."BREVARD COCTTTT OFFICERS.A. DiseasedLiver. Even. Botlla Guaranteed t to Gin Satisfaction.
.
InI.e nervous system almost 1. and all
\ pulmonary ailment Price |U5
D. Penney. Tlt".vttt..Count; ) Jnilffe. :z:.* 'GIo-EI: soororLJD.: JDO.S'
shattered a.xZa
by and AOoU. B. K. Wilson /
; Son. Jaa.E. Andrews. TltnuTJlle|I..... .. AttV.
suffering theseare A.A. Stewart Tltunuille... ..... .Pro. Clerk. j Price. 0O Cant.
only part of J. F.Wooten ('00011I...........,...Tax Aaaeaaor.
.
the daily t1. Waa B. W. Hall.TltuBTtlle.......:......TV Collector.
agonies It. F. H. Bora.Tltuarnie.... ............Treasurer. Prepared by JAMES 1'. BALLARD St Locd,. Mo.
borne by many a The fresh young man walked Into the R. K. Mima. Honaventure...... 8nnt.Piih. in.t. ,- Fl'WWWWMN'WWV *
woman. restaurant! and noticed J. Cl. Frl.... TlinaTllIe..., .. ..-..-.County-Surveyor. XWW_ tfW tfWUMW, -kA- MW- -k MM 1 1
Dr. Piercc'a Fa a sign: J. P. Brown.TltnsTllle..... ......_.......Sheriff.
"This Counter For Clam. and Oys I T.J.Cookabutt,LsOrang..Beyhtrationoiflc.r,

puts vorlte out Prescription the fire I tel''." 'I'ITIIl'lvn.r.1-----' ---
of Inflammation "Where la the counter for lobsters J. Ill. flizon./ mayorIt.; .B. Mml, jr., marshal
: heals ulceration asked the young man. and tax collctort: W.8. Brannlofr, clerk I and: ; I
I. treannrer; John Henry, tax a'aeaaori John
R.
and. cures female "Oh. you can sit most anytrherer, Walker F. A..Morgan, O. F.Daren, 8. O. Van.
I Ii
'weakness. It traiiqulli aid the waiter.-New, York Commercial landjngham\ and J. C.. ('amnII...... councilmen .Building Lot

% _.s__.__,, s the nerves restores the appetite, Advertiser. The council meet Drat Tuesday I n each month. ..
eiiy
and refreshing TrrusvTLijr
gives sleep. "Favorite BOARD or TRADE.

,L Prescription is the most lelinble put-up ltemarknbl! Cure of G. if.Robbing,prealitenbj.T. It!. Dixon t...... or a lot with a BUILDING '
Croup. urer.J.O. READY FOR
Ibis .
medicine offered( u a cure for diseasespeculiar aecretary Meets aenond W... OCCUPANCI'1
neaitay' night In each mouth
at their rooma.FREE .
I, ATTACKED BT WOUKDEO BUCK. It almost to always women.cures./ alufaj/s htlf>i. A Little' Do 's Life 8.T.... AND ACCEPTED MA80 8. LAND FOR AJT ORANGE OBOTE,

i: though misfortune had overtaken him When I.flrni commenced lulnr Dr. IHerce's I have a lew words to say regarding Indian River Lodge' No.00.hold It. rumtlnm PINEAPPLE '
be was not convinced tbat the fntfdidii,1 write* Mr*. Grorv* A. Stranir.: of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It saved the"aeoond ami fourth Friday evening* of each PLANTATION or TRUCK GARfE
;, et the doer doatlt Qiinicvuort Arum Saratoga CA, N. \.. "I .... .unerInjr my little boy's life and I fed that I CAn. month at their lodge; room. near court boa.., We probably have for sale Just' what -
hl1t1DL1).tlllllg to do with It. lemel. weaknraa.'a dkMtare ablv drain not praise It at 7:90: o'clock p. m. J. R. Walker, W. al.t jou are seeking.%
I ,
enough. bought
bearln1-down> bottleof .
Nevertheless from palna wralc and tired frvlinif all 1 r.A.Jortt.oeo'y..
(lint time \
on there th. time I drAtfircd around In thai it from A. E. Steere of Goodwin Settlers
way for two !8.: are flocking In art
was a perceptible change lit Ills spirit nit, I begun taking your mmlicin. After D., aOll when I pot( home with It tbe ORDER OF EASTERN STAR. but still there It room. If JO

),I.. lust Ms l>riivm]r I ben Ficrc*to'( fr Pavorlt l '*tIee.Prracrlp-I took baby could hardly breathe. I gave poor the Friendship' : ,Chapter,No. II, holrla Its meetings looking this way, drop line to '
turesome lie lout tion. of medicine In the Muoni Lodge' room, Tltniville,
Rile nerve complete Aolilcn Mrdlcal Dueovery.' on directed every ten minutes on the
1 ly whelm, a vial'O'h; 'PI iMnnt. P.llct ,* alaa lued cue until ha"threw Drat TiKMidav 1 In each: month ass duo'elnck p. m.i JAS. E.
later up" and then
year one of his sons Dr. KllR.'. Catarrh I thoughtsure aol the third Tneailav in each month at 7 Jo INGRAHAM 3nlVice.Predent.!
Remrdy.' Now I
,an away front home! and* left no trace fret::11ulo: a new *,:.. 1 eeoC tnaok you be waafrolngto choke to death. We o'clock p. m. The following are the offloera of ,
and his ncniirh far your lol.l advle and the bad to pull tbe phlegm out of bis the Italgem M...O. M.Robulnt, worthy matron JLORIDA EAST tOAST
wife! clU'd of a snake bite. lirotiMD nrcnotn .... dun ....." good your In mouth Dr. B. R. Wilson, worthy patron; B. R.i R'T
...
great long
strings. lam
j became taciturn And Dr. Pierce' positive that aaaorlate matron; Mr. F. A."Mo
moody shun Common ST. FL
Sense
Meilical
if I bad AUGUSTINE.
restorer
not Mra. -
that R.
i got bottle of cough ) C. Pcrtmjeour _
ning such buuters lit came Into Adviser, toutt.I. is : M tea Kate : aecretary i _
the paper sent fret onreceipt'or medicine my boy would not be> on earth Stewart oonrtnctteaai i Mrs John A.! "

Green wood and living tile life of a at one-ccat stamps to pay today.-Joel Demont Inwood, Iowa. Hughea.. Adah associate; Mra.J.oonrinctrena R. Walker, :ituth Mm.; n. W. BooMe. TilE ADVOCATE
Mmlhermlt.Xbree expense of mailing cal,. Address Dr. Tor sale ; Mn.F. A. JOB l
1,1 R. V. by all druggists and medicine Morgan Eothrr; 111'.1. Carrnthera",, "Martha PRINTING OFFICE
; Pierce Buffalo N. V. Mra. T. T.
'. f' rcftW after th.. kiqipg jot.tbe dealer. Stewart EIecI.nnoo Wetmore. Manual) Mlaa Zandle
I*' I Print all kind of Coxmewlal ZtEAST
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professional. BURDEN OF BAD ROADS. HIGHWAYS OF EUROPE,


-EO. )f. BQBBtNl,, Rheumalism Vast Kxpraie. Tlr Annaallr PIaoin Frame. L.ad. .. Sratrm: of Bnlldtms I

J 1 the Vairmcr.In .nd )1..........<<'.. make ,)

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Rheumatic pains are the cries of protest a country as large as that la: Two hundred years ago Knjtlnii-1 had Seeder 1 j

A T.LA W. and distress from tortured muscles aching which we live, with the: greater pnrt of the worst roads In the world IH-OOUBB' good crop, good ;
and : crop make more cutomn a
joints excited nerves.. The blood has Its the peasantry living oa the roads alone
producing regionswidely eepnratct I -so each year She i ', "
111 practice In State and United States waste II poisoned matter in by the the accumulation of from the markets which they servo, were require to work them, says the On Jellies crop and customers hen ,I
Court. system and can no American' Asphalt Journal. In speaking grown greaten Thet'. the Ii IiI
fttTiTU8ViLLE, FLA. longer supply the pure and health sustain the matter of transportation la one of of them Macanlay "Unit preserve. and pickles, ,spread merl of the Ferry hmw jl y
Office a
ing food they require. The whole system vast importance, writes .lion. Martin says a thin coating of Mon Ferry's Seed sold 1
feels the effect route connecting two great towns which
of this acid nd sown thaaanyoth.eclad.
- poison : and Dodge In Forum.
-- L. GAULDEN, not until the blood has been purified and This applies particularly have a large and flourishing trade with PURE REFINED S Bold by all dealers.DYSPEPTICIDE.
brought; back to a healthy to our agricultural products; for, each other should bo maintained at the 10u.yednlAanualMk6d I
J. Ji t f11ATTOIINETATLAW conditiol1 will Ii
D. M. Lrry A Oo.Deeroiq .
tbe aches aud pains cease. while a great portion both of our manufactured cost of the rural population scattered PARAFFINE i

Weehingt;;1 l n,.D. C.:w l:1 a. fot1ows:;'A. output and of our farm: between tlifw U manifestly unjuat. It'' MlOhl h I'I,

9F111 practice in all the Conrti of the State months ago I hid an ftttack of 6clalia Rheumy fe growth must be moved long distance* was not until many toll bars bad been geld will keep them KtwnlQtPlf: & RiolMur and 'I'Ii
Florida, and the United States Court h.'n In its coral form. The by rail or water before reaching a market Violently' pulled down, until the troops .-111110.proof run Uun. UttAntHl other way*rntUn tmt M*tb lo*
pnln was 10 intense that I practically all of the latter must boats Jfuil ilrwtlnnii' In each' pwaa.4. i
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TITU3VIIJJB FLA..
I".O Box.23II. became completely proa- had In many Instances been forced toact Sold ererywhet.. d
Crated The attack wan anunuHually also be transported for greater or less against the people and until much STANDARD OIL CO. :

r' 3. WEBB, ",. my condition severe waa one rKnrdI and. distances over: the public highways. blood bad been shed that a good systemwas The Br*.. ..etrlrt, .'o C....,"r rtnry )
aa being very dungrtous. The question of marketing these agricultural Introduced.'" .
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Le I wa attended by ... "rP. .004m
ATTORNEY-AT-LA, one of the moat able doc \ products amounting In the Every class now contributes to the Wedding Stationery.The .
tor in Waiihington who la United States to 1,000HN,000 annually maintenance of the road system In Eng t.

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th .IMo.of member a leading of medical the fuotllty on term that the dealer can afford land. The French have probably the ADVOCATE having received a nice i
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(rcult. Taxes paid. for nonresidentsd college: here lie told me a to pny and the grower to accept, oftenreduces most efficient laws and regulations In : lot of the latest type and stationery, issow
and accounts collected. to continue hla .
, rents preacrip.tiona prepared to execute on sbojrt Dotloe.Vt'ddlnar
and Itself to a question of cheap the world for the ,
I would Ret well. After havlnir l I. ClleJ building and repairIng \ Invitation Announcement
[ITC9VIL1B, FLORIDA* twelve \\ly\,without receivmB the aliRhteal and quick delivery\ ; in other words. to of highways. The minister of pub ,
benefit, .., to continue hw treatment an : and Laities' 'visiting cards., Give us :your
longer. Havlnc' h..rdof a a.a.Swin'aSpeciac a question of economical transportation. lie works has the general, superintendence KIDNEY DISEASES orders.

t D. PENNEY recommended for Kheumatiam I deckir.almoi of all roads and ways by land and ,
In despair however,
to give the medicia{ a trial, I I
1. and after I had taken a few bottle: I was able et As far aa the railways and steamship. by water. There are four classes of I Foley's Kidney Cum !
hobble around on crutches,and very soon ther lines are concerned this problem baa road
law .
recognised, by. -namely (1))
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
after had no use for them all ? the fatal of all dis>
at S. S. S. havioq been are most makes kidneys and bladder
cured dealt with very Intelligently aryl l : tigbtatThe
me r.und and well. All the diitmain national, (2) departmental, ((3) military
ri'SVILLB, -' FLORID. and I. have left me, my appetite ha* returnee satisfactorily. Skill and money have (4) erosHroads.. National roads are built eases.FOLEY'S.
am happy to be again restored to perfec been applied without stint to the Largest and MostCom)
provision
and the
kept by national
In all the courts'of the 7th up treasury. ii
Ill\ practice :
great vegetable of enlarged means of convey Departmental roads are a charge upon KIDNEY CURE Is 8Guarantsid nlero Establishment South.

Judicial Circuit.. SS and tonic, it ance Improved ways and Increased the departments through which they Rimed '

Stile ideal remedy troubles.in aU power. These Influences, under tile pass and part of the military roads are GEO S, HACKER &: SON

It ORGAN & JONES stress of strong competition have reduced kept up by the government and part
money
are no
opiates 01 refunded. Contains
long distance freight rates to a or
minerals in it to disturb the dtgeation and by departments through which the

:1EA.I, ESTATE' AND INSURANCE lead to ruinous habits. reasonable leveL roads pass. remedies recognized by 'enll- I
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We have prepared a special book on There !Is one phase! of this transportation The crossroads are kept up by the nent physicians as the Best for

Loans, Notary Public. Rheumatism which every sufferer from .,problem. however which has approached 'communes, though sometimes In thinly

,Elections, Typewriting Stenography. this. painful disease should read. It is the no satisfactory solution. That populated regions these communes receive Kidney and Bladder troubles.

most complete and interesting book of Is the matter of wagon road haul. As assistance from tho government PRICK Me. so* $'.00.
TITUSVILLE, FT.A. the kind in existence. It will be sent free
has already been said while the greater -
to especially when these roads become ofmportance. J. n. SCIIEVKX. 1 11dANUFACTUREU."lOI'
any one desiring it. Write our phy si. part of our farm products travels by .
cians fully and freely about case. We
" A. your
BO. WORLEY make no charge. for medical advice. S steamship, canal or railway for a portion The national roads are paved like a Testimonial.James 1

J THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA CA. of the Journey to market, virtuallyall street, having an average width of 52% -

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.V _. of them are conveyed for some distance feet. The departmental roads. are 50 C. Wlgnall) Boat Builder No. DI5
.neral practice In State and Federal ----- ---- -- --- - over the public highways. It Is feet wide, and the military and crossroads Warren St., Kensington, Philadelphia..

'",ourt.. All business entrusted will What'a In a Sninrr unfortunate that this Is often the most are of variable width. Piles ofhNlkpn J. O. Walton KH: '|., Tttunvllle! .>' : -
receive Voltaire under Dear Sir: :-Your Rapid Calking Machines -
prompt attention. n -tltloiin name offered eaprrtaive pert of their Irmrnev. It has stone are placed fit invi.nli>nt
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ueral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, to the. Comedle. )Frtinrulsv a play teen shown by mathematical demonstration distances' and a man Is constantly; -emJoyed are regarded are In mo In an my Invention bout! shop of ,treat and ''d

Miami. entitled "Ix> Droll du Helgneur.. It that It costs more to move a In each section. ( Doors Sash Blinds.
> repairing utility. It save time and labor, ant] Is ,
MIAMI FLORIDA. roe promptly rejectiHl as badly writ. bushel t of wheat or a ton of bay ten of groat service In calking light boats

ten and i>o6r In rhyme. but when be. miles over the average rountrjr roadsof "Some time ago my daughter caught; a where beauty of tlplih I* di>*ired,'and It fit( ulding & Building Material; '

VMES ANDREWS offered. the. same. iniiuimcrlpt a second the United States than to transport "levereonld. complained of pains In doe. not bruise the seams like tile old

t lan: > under the title of -L'Ec-uHl/ du the same burden 5OO miles by railway, her chost and had a bad oough.; I gave method of calking. I cheerfully recommend Offlos A Ware-room! ; King opposite

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.. Buge" and slirned with his own inline It or' 2.UOO' miles by steamship. It has her Chamberlain's Cough; Remedy ac It a* well adapted to meet the ordinary Cannon Street.Charleston .

tin office and postoffioe address TITUS- wax accepted with enthiiHlnsui and uulvermilly happened times In different ooPdlnR'to I directions and In two days she requirements of the trade. '
many partsof
Branch office declnred was well and able to go to school. I have Yours truly, JAil.C. WiovAi.r.. S. C. .
ILLK. at FORT Pi iidintriible. ,
SUCK.wecutlng the country that farmers have let
used this remedy my family for the post Mr. Wlgnall'/ boat shops are adjoining
< / Attorney for Brevard' Co. Many of blotches,pimples and other crops go to. waste because the cost of seven years and bave never known It to Cramp's ship-building yard., lie buildIng Sash Weights Cord and.. J I

Notary Public State at Large. affections of the skin are caused by the muting them. to the nearest market. or lal1." says James Prenriergnat. merchant! the boats for the men-of-war that 4 -

failure of the liver and kidneys to east railway shipping point over wretchedand Annato Bay,Jamaica, West India Islands. were built by Messrs. Cramp A: Co. Hardware.

'TEPHEN E. FOSTER, off Impurities which remain In the ays- HI kept roads amounted to more The pains in. the cheat Indicated an sproacing ftyKor sale by Jaa. I'rltoliard tit &::Son

I tern Heroine will stimulate the liver than could bo realized for them after- > attack of pneumonia, which Window and Fancy Glasr \1

: and kidneys, and cleanse the system of ward; whereas If good roads on which In this Instance WM undoubtedly wardedoff Fotey's Honey and Tar \

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAWV Impurities. Price 60cts.( B. R. WII. heavy loads could be hauled had beenat by Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy. It beats A SPECIALTY. '
Sims & Son. counteracts any tendency of a cold toward lungs mad stops the cnugh.

Building/ son band the same crops' could have pneumonia. Sold by all druggistsand __ __ ___ .. __ _. ___ b_ __ _. __ -.- -... 1
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. been marketed at a small profit to the medicine dealers.
Notice to Creditors. producer while the economic gain resulting '
.. i Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Co.
'EORGE from their application to useful HI* Gift.
W. '
ALLEN PERSONS HOLDING CLAIMS OR t>K- purposes would have been very consid Mrs Wyles-Old your husband give
rATTORNEYATLAW ALL of whatsoever nature aitalnitthe erable. you anything for a birthday present! United State Fait Mall Ilont** foe
estate of William. Rlcharda, deceased,
are hereby re' aired fo present them to the u,,- &lrs. Styles Indeed< be did. KEY WEST CUBA ANI THUS WEST INDIUM, VIA MIAMI AND PORT TAMPA FLA.rrojwaed i
.
r WEST: FLORIDA.. derslgnetwltbin two yean from the amt publlatinii Whosoever has suffered from plies "Did It have. your> name on It?" ailing In etTeot on date ahuwn. Subject to change sad. poatponemeutwlthout' notice.
of thl notice otherwise' the will be
Jill practice in the United State pleaded In bar of their demand aaiue knows: how painful and troublesome they "Yes. and my husband's name too.* I MIAMI-HAVANA LINK. Commencing( J.lll1a1.1110O..-". It. Miami.Lv i i
i State Courts. 9jun96O. MAUD L. RugAana. Miami', flnna.? Wed.... .. .,,.' ....IIMO p. I Lv. Havana.Tua... Fri.. .. ... ..laOO: noon.
Tablet' That's like selfish lie
J.HOWARU LKTollKNKAtr<: are. Buckoye File Ointment is Just men. Ar. Havana,Norm.'rhun... ....... .. Due p. n"1| Ar. Miami, Wens. h.... ............. B.IMS: ....
guaranteed to cure piles. Price fiOcts In must share tbe gift with you"
4nar Kxeouton.:
PORT TAMPA-KEY WEST-HAVANA LINE.Commencing Jan. I, IIKWas. B. OllvetM. tMs.oott.LvPushTampa *
bottles tubes 75cts. Wilson & Son. "
FRIES C. E.: : "But be dldn't"Wllat .
"TuN .lI'rl.. tBun.. s.HOa: I Ly. H".n., *Wwl*,"8at, tMon .... SsflOp m.
Notice tor Tax was bla name doing on It Ar. Key Went, .'Ttea.4. rte, tfeuna/ ...,llUlp m.l Ar. Key Wet,..W. COUNTY SURVEYOR. Application The faults of the superior man are thenr Key West '!Tut* "...rla.$5005..19u4): n'n. I Lv. Kay Wan .Wml, .Hai*, 111..*..,10.11I p. m. i I
Deed. like the of the and Ar. H.vana1yels'Sate, 'Jl1...... ..., 6W: .IU. | Ar. Port Tampa.Thur ,"Buna, fTue. a-MOf, m.
eclipses
and legally surveyed and u -dlvlded. sun moon. "It wouldn't ban been any good
pinjr! neatly done. Estimates fur n. has his faults, and all men pee without It. It was a check." MIAMI-NAHSAU LINK-Comtnenclnu January" A, ]ilo>-ft.! t S.I"I'llIo.mI..rlLy. /. 4 l
kinds Miami Mom Thiir .... ".lliiM\/ .. I ... Na.aa,W..I.'I.'a.. Hatnr of Dined hem be and all
engineering works. Under Sec., of Chapter 41WW Law of Florida.) ; changes again menkook Ar.Na.anTue.day.Frh.syi....... .. 8HW: ...In.I.| Miami. rbnnday.Sundays.,6Wa.ins o
linen specialty.OSVILLB IS HEREBY GIVEN TH\T W. M. op to him.-Confucius. CoiunwnuniK February 8, llNLv I
and the child
Brevard NOTICE, purohamir" of part of Tax CertificateNo The fragile babe growing \ Miami. Mon, W M|., Frle .. .. .. Sufi., p. in. I Lv. Naaaail, Tees, 'rbtlro..t .........11:00: p. DO.
Co., FLORIDA. 1I-1l.: iluteil the Oth day of Jnly A. I). are strengthened by Write's Crenm Vermlfiire. ArNaaulTom: Tburi, Bats .. .to 0,141., ) IU. ) Ar. Miami, Weds,FrI.,8110.,.,.,,,,... DIIJO.i ut.
1898 ha filed said certificate In my office and Stops the Cough | It destroys worm, gets dlges-!
has made application for ten deed to IMII in Commaiialiia. April 11,11x)2! '
S. IJURNHA.Md. D. aooordanca with law. Sod. certificate embraces and works off the Cold. lou at work and HO rebuilds the' body Lv. Miami.April II, April .IS, April lift ,I ssl, piu I I V. Naaaail. April 11, AI.yIlIO. April "' ..IM: pm,
L ttie following deribed property situated In Laxative Brorno-Qulnlne Tablets cure a PI Ice 25x1:.! s. I). R, Wilson A /Won:: Ar. Naiaaii' April U:. ,.AI'rIlILl.April Ml VOO s. boo I| Ar. Miami Ap.I1II.,April !WApril ITT, I toll ant
Brevarcl county Florida,to-wlt i 8. W. K of **. cold In one day No Cure No Pay. "
HtAMI-KCY WEST: UN&-Jonlll"o'd1l oember la, loot-H. S. City of Key Wwt.Lv. ,
Section 18,Townnhlp 38, Mouth 36
W Range
;SURGEON and SPECIALIST, containing K> 4U some Time aald land being Price 25ots. W1IoF she War ....... Miami Mem, We90 p. I L.,. Key W*.t, TII...Thllr.,....tt...... 110 p.m.
Ear, Nose and Throat. ........d..t the date of the Inauanoe of atioh certificate A very silent old woman was one Ar. Kaj W*",'ru.., TIIII'..tld.. !111I1 |>. m'j I Ar. Miami Wd.. rrt, Buu*.. "... .. ,500snt. Jt
In the name of Florida Southern Ry. A". ..' Urlef. Above hours based on WOtn Meridian Standard Tim'., sjJOI\JI'\ that shown! fur Naeaao I* (local or
Company. UtileM "aid eertiniat ball be redeemed laihK r asked why It was she bad so little to "'....*" thu..
9T PALM
BEACH, FLORIDA. according: to law, tax deed will lactic: Mr.( Stotsoo! T"hey tell me .Nel:bbor say. Ebb replied that when. she wasa Thl. abroirate* prevlmt* notice. CHAIU.CH T" MYRRH Mana.*r.JaokaoQTlIU .
thereon on mv the otltulal llth day iljcnatnre of February and seal A. D tbl. \*&a.Wltnea the. Uarrti' cat .HI Nd. : young girl she was very III and could >la.,January' a, t_, J.ak.onvllie,11., r

WtH day of January A.I>. ICE! Mrs. '8tuOb, I'm so sprryl It not talk for> a long time. Whereupon _.. '1 (
8TEW --
Homes Clerk(Seal Circuit) Court, Hravard A. A. Conoty ART.Kia.By uwd. 10 lak*>.up Kldoi's time so pleasantly She made a vow that If speed were I l

'irginia U.A. Stewart U. C. barking at her. Boston TraaCTlllt. given :her once more.sbe would never i+ y ,

______________ again say anything unkind of anybody. it If Y,
Ordinance Against Selling Goods 'YOU: KNOW WHAT YOC .ABK.TAKIMO: And thus sbe was as they found ber.flarblne 't4 '

'ou learn all about Virginia/ lands sundry.BE j. When you take Grove's Tasteless. 'Chill'onln $0 tb rn''I ,{
s resources, products mode of oulj on because the' formats Is. plainly. should be lined to enrich sat!

.ration, prices, etc., by reading the printed on everv bottle showing that It Is. purify the blood; It cures all forms ,of '
Irginla .Faraner. Send lOcts.r : IT ORDUMBD: BY 'THB'TOWir: COUNcil Imgly Iron and Quinine in a tasteless blood disorder, is especially useful la

> 3 months' subncrtpUon,? ( to the keen of*the open Town storew of Tltnivlll A1po .m.,01.that...y wboever writ s, fo.m. N'o cure No pay. AOota. fevers., akin eruptions, boil, pimples, a. arm :i

.irmar Co., Empo'rla,. Va. merchandise,game or chittala on Hnnday, or ckheadn, scrofula. salt rheum sail ev- R '
Belle. or barters the ame.b II be ixmlalMd by a '" ; ; cry form of blood Impurity' ; It Is a safe ilway'
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Fifty Dollar. Jn came of PrlM "1.- '. N w ,
flue not exceeding sad effectual cure. Trice COqts. B. R.
AN M Ef> 8 A L'V ., nmritenoy or neemaity, however. merchanaa, The rose )I..... Oliver Ames exhibited Wilson 4 Son. ,
.hop keepers and others may dispose therotnnrt f
'meet.healing.& .In the world. *anu neceialtlna of I life to customer, with- at the recent New York flower'snow
0111 keeping: open door .,. won the prize of the Society of Am r- Toe Columbian raspberry possesses I 1
VE! YOU SEE ( THE ALTOS He It further ordained that any person vlnlacnc beau Florists for the bt new flower 1i
of .
this onuasasa.Aail,upon. oonrloUno paya be rare good quality throwing up aa 4
pld l Calkerr If notcall at the store Cine of not less than Twenty-Ave Dollar and notxoeadlnff of American growth. abundant growth of new wood when OIRKSOT UooIQQ".OK'TIMa: TO, : t
f Ja.... Pritchard .& Son Tltusville. Fifty Dollar for the flrat offense or I I
,
the common jail at basal labor A new Dallledouse carnation carried killed back by the winter which new' r'
" be Ifnpnaonedln PbtladihMip
A
is an article that should be In the sixty day or more or by both such Hue and lin- off second prize la 'this class 'and 'a growth will beer sn Immense! crop of WisM.tto+ ( Bilriaore, 1
")isseulon of every: boatballder! and TliKinnieirt,a*the discretion of the Mayor. Dracteoa rlta; r- fb1Cl80oi: Qrtwdalala '
plant. curUalt .
Dew foliage ,
ichturaan. Bead the testimonial Re It further ordained that this ordlnano rult.' If the canes are alive to the l' '
om first-class boatbullders. bull take silent tmmedlaulv upon It* apuroral. ecelved honorable mention. height of one foot from the ground It to.lntU; J.ian.ta.pxu1tla. .. >Dll'1IlagNlt. -

Alrc'I."d:;: approved January J-7th M. DIXON.ban. .. will bear a* much fruit as though they tlt.ln.o'Q'. ,JfDaU: ,, I K UMMO .ftye.

t O. A. FROST. M.yor. The KM fraMrlptlo* for Malaria were five feet blgo. AND AL.L f>OIP4T. LIASY AND Wfl.aT:
J Town Clerk JOjlOn7reb Chills. and Fever Is a bottle of Drove'*
I Tasteless Chill Tonfo. It Is simply iron
Blood and Skill lenses
Sample copy of one otthe best farm Notice For Publication and quinine In a tasteless form. No Cures < OTMOM L.IISH. APfOHDM KHVIOH UIKE TKI. +
Cure, No Cure. Price r.octa.F.th. ItchliilC' Humors Eczema
ere published, free, If you will\ send Scrofula Etc. THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS
CIRCUIT COI-RT, ;SBVESTH' JUDIC- ..'. !*_..
r name on a postal card, mentioning; IJf: ..THE l Circuit of Florida In and for llnvard "flrn.ll shoes" said the teacher.'Shoes" write and AND THE. U. 8. FAST ,MAILTo fir"
Send no mooey-.lmpl try t"
County.
paper. _In Chancery."Mary .- returned the little one Botanic Blood Balm tour expense. We the ese maid "onh.

THB PLOWBOY Co., A. Ranches ironiiilly."Corwt.. distribute free over 10OOO treatments In "
Eugene M. aanchexel.al. ." said the teacher. "Of lamllton county, Ohio. The cure made THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED

Atlanta Ov Wm.:M V($Dallara.- } Bill for Partition counu. > you know what they are.** b y. Blood Balm, spread so fast we were, To the: -Ye.t: and r4ortta>W*.*.

Frank M.Woo..n. f injunction etc l. The little one nodded his bead vio Illnable to All orders. It I U the ssm,every.where. 1
Walter t.Mo.Nalr, lently.My. A trial of (Blood Balm Is our best The line through "The Land of the Sky" Asheville' Hot -

TThoa.Affidavit\, J. Wooten having,been at.al.flied In this Conrt by the pnpa says," be announced that reference, so don't hesitate to write. fors Sprints N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section In the

aollrltor for oomvla'n.n.' that the defendants, shoes are what drive. the father of a free sample. World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to
BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE 8. MoXalr and Thomas J. Woown are If you suffer from ulcers, eczema sorofla -
eacii Walter, .11:* of twenty one 'Ptaldam. that amlly into bankruptcy. Chicago blood poison, cancer, eating sores, Asheville and Hot Springs Nortb Caroline.Cldct .
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metdeawi I I.
.,nt the State of Post bone
ichlngnklD pimples, bolls pain,
.KveTl wmilfl.*andtherelano.t Maxton. In parwm the within. welling, rheumatism, catarrh, or any Of Roatti. to Pja-JIoerlan Cxposlflot, BaTTJto, n. V.
North Carolina TO CVKK A COLD IN ONE: DAY f' i '
[ Stateaervlceof.ubpmna II POD whom would blood or skin dlsess;, we advise you to
.
1 bl this the acid .' onrrS."comn.nlvon.! I Take laxative Bromo Quinine, Tablets. take Botanic Blood Balm (U. U. B.). Especially Through Vetibol! Trains Pullman Drawla,-,<_ Sleeping Can,
? said .
% ... tb.
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..S.are McNair and, Thomas J. Wooten, to a". All druggists refund the money If it falls : recommended for old, obstinate, Through Coackee.

peer Walter! at the Clerk' Offlc of tbl Court, on the each to enre.box.E.25cts.W. Grove's signature Is on eep-eated canes of mnllgnitnt blood or E3XCE21..L.RINT. OI1NIINO CAR aril Vlca.

TRADe MARKS MONDAY IX FEBRCARy D. W. kin disease, because Botanic Blood BalmB
DEa16NeCopvndavS FIRST otherwise ( B B.) kills tbe poison In the blood Through. Trains via The Southern Railway ere Operated I la Covaectioa f "
&G.nfon.tendtna tiVaJi" will wW l>* taken bill In a*due eonfeaaed eourM."' *(*"'0.'y< The straight' tree Is tbe first to be cot ureswhere all else fails, beats every. Kith the Plant Sjitea free JsckooUle. t '

notch and d rlptlon mad C that this order be publlabad tothe down. The well of sweet water Is the sore, makes the blood pare and rich,
"*lF uoortnln our opinion m wb.ther untinn It v"ASTCOAST ADVOCATE 0000* week for Ask for Tickets via Soothern RaUwCorre.pcnde.ce SoUdted. ,
first to be exhausted. skin the rich of health
' M probably,,".ntahla' rraninoni'* that a /gives the glow
.. web, or a slays copy
'u free trletlTeonadtintlBl.. UM' mrmt-i. .for Handbookonlt ammnnir, pawnia.Uanu "-. be lour PCIOted 00n.sectlri.C the Court H.aa. door, and a copy D.II. B., the moat perfect blood purifier/ .. F. OAB1S Florida ._ace> .**..1(4 Welt Bar ..., JAOXSOXTILU.FUU
taken tbrourili! Muun A Co.noalv marled to the defendant at Max Win. Blat of made. Thoroughly tested for 31) years,
>>X frftc*. wlthooc enure*,III tb. be yeah Carolina within twanty day from the 3 tests tl per large bottle at drug stores, S. .. Ba.iYIMQTuilND la'*...Agt,- R.tttaALAAo. ***... '_ AgL,

Scientific JImcricait.wirtaontelv dam and' ordered. at the Clerk' Oflloe at'T1auth < To Introduce It, samples of Blood Balm

, fauaeet.... t"'lIIe Done, Flonda. ,hi. day of In>cml>*r,A. seat free by writing/ Blood Balm Co., At- July i. toot. 9
' lllnatratml weekly.I D. w1' 'This Ignatare I.) ea every box of thejennies| ants na. Describe trouble and free medical .
:.tnarrmntWjL soldtu'&I5.= l." -.A. *TEWART.Clerk Circuit fJ"urt.3J" Laxative Brotno-Qainine Tabteta advice also given. J"Tbisisanboo- -

UNN & Co 3e1B"'d' New York lJ/ea1-J"/' '' Sty o. .,8 riEWAKT.D.C. the rentedy Out ciam a eeI4 .. "y est offer-medlcln* sent at once prepaid.

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4 EAST COAST! ADVOCATK- JANUARY 31, 1902. _ _
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t Coctof Rook land for road Dade Co.... 801 30 JAMER. PRITCHABD; President; WM. M. BROWN, Vlce-Pre.i7T
EAST COAST ADVOCATE CAKE WALK AT PALM BEACH. STATEMENT OF BREVARD Kxp.Co. Com. meeting: in Jacksonville. 16 W C. 8. SCHUVLBB, Cashier. **
COUNTY FOR 1901. eo.t of execution of Jo Henderson .... 00 281
Kx. transfer Tax Bale Oert.: from Talla 75 00
17 The cake walk at the Breakers, Palm Kxpcnia marking Inlet ..... ............ a 29 INDIAN RIVER STATE

t. ... wmmnLr JOVBHAL. D>.VOT.O TO TR. D..L' teDlled Beach by last over Saturday 400 people.evening There was were at- for I'lo.nol.18tatement t..ar. endiun Ueoemlwir of Hre.list ard 1001.County, Fla-, Total.... ........... ..............S12.0MWRIJAD BANK
OrHT Or 'THS IXDI-AJt BJTBB I.AKBWORTH tbe colored RscErr5.' ANT BRIDGE: FUND.
Aifo BIMIAVBBPUBLISHED .....11''110'I'10.'. some well rendered songs by Halanoe rash on hand Jan. 1st 1001.) 8,01 17Ca Road. Work Coma.. VIAL No 1,old* ew'.. 1.191, n j
and Breakers -
folks of the Royal Poinclana received dunna liMit .as follow 6 fl H 2. 1.1911 lit COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
before the cake walk: commenced. Oik Kev.Gen. Knnd: loot, S II I" 041 ..! .. u a .H. 5 ". z-1! w -
yzY. FBIOAT.. Ro d and 7,111t7 fl4taiudI..g u u .1 J a n 847 OT Authorized capital
: The cake was eventually won by two Krldge $1000 I
fund u u M >> .I > 1,623 47H
*1 I cake walkers from tbe Royal Poinclana, Fine: and Forfeiture 1,330: : of inol.Sort salary and expen. : Paid up capital. $25'00
CaU.ni.Ei, H. WALTON, Editor A l'ublUlber.r amid much applause. The Judges ..ereAdl1llh'al Spec Road fund dl. No 2,old 1,1(13 (0( .* not: "hal'fAIlble to iraclal dl..lrlot S74 OT -ciL. Average deposits
Jefferson %. .. .. ,. .. 8. new Mot Town of THuivllle, proportion IIIIN!ta" "" 119 $75o5S!
Dewey, Mr. Joseph .. .. .. M M 5. Old S,67,, 8T a CjttGUA.......... .... ** ...... ** ** 1J1123
r IMioontlnutnc of *ilvt*, must be mad per- and )fl'. Prederlclc Martin. Admiral June Warden fund W 00 .. Ee(1111..... ... .. .. ,. 'I 18611 .
-.'ouUly a( ttiU oflloa or by writing.Obeott Dewey presented tile cake, and Mr. Jefferson Property of deo'd person fund 1 80 S ttMt 01 .. Melbourne... .... ... .. .'. $7 63 a-, Transacts a General
made one of his witty speeches, Total. 27.5711011 44 FortfleroB. ...... taTotal 811 .-, Bankin

,.to., may be msd payable to CBABLBIH. and announced tbe astonished auditors PAYMENTS. ... 8,3fi7i1 ,
:A WALTOM, publisher. j that bU. associates Admiral Dewey Paid warrant during: 1001 a*follow i Fine and Forfeiture fund. Business.

,--"._- -- .. .--.. .- I and Frederick Martin, of New.York, on County Road ...Rev..4 "rid", Uen..... fund... ........* 11,14 7.nwiHillldlniC M 52 Criminal., .Prosecution... .. .... Clrauln County Court." ....* 1255:i .,
the bench bad been approaonea, ana ; 'fund" ':'... ... .. -, 08rinnand a .. ... .... .... J.J. 8M87Wltneseec : S Ic .
: 0'. S. Department of Agriculture were, be fearttd about to be led astray Forfeiture fund.. 634: 73 Circuit court..::::.......... 31WJ BO Largest and Oldest Bank on the
/ V fund(feed, primmer) 843 00 .. .. County. .. .............. .. 1:12: J5 Hirer,
-' t';: Weatlier Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. by Ilielr, Itching/ palms, or rather their Sp. K'd lund lis Nol: old. .. 7WI\ 38 .. .. .J.P. .. .. .... ..........43110! Exchange bought; and sold on all
Itching appetites for cake when be, tbe .. .. p.,5 .4... 72d Mu .... 11'01111111I
I J --- .. .. .. .. Total. .. ..... .. sa.060Feeding 8T .
M > CorLs.L
Incorruptible one, rescued them just ID 41 old )B7 H3 '
1 4 .. Prisoners Fund(1'. A F.Fund.'
The statement .1. u } .
following comparative
is a 5)) 6 75
."I time, from the yawning chasm of moral 1,128 of.'. ... 00Spenfal .
I 'j > f of temieraturand rainfall for the dame Wafdon fund .... 60 110522,011000 For Feed .Ieooer. In Count) jail 1,470 -. Patronage appreciated. Prompt *
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,: obliquity. lie paid a charming compliment "" Road Fund Dist. No. 2, Old. truatmeut and every favor coimUtant"JtJ ill I?
Balance cash band .,.. ,
Jan. Il908WARn.ST
on 1, 1900. *
21 11)02.) "
week Jan.
ending Tuesday
,I: i'' P' / to Admiral Dewey who also made For special road work In district/ .... S 663 MHruwlal servatlve banklnggrantpd

,.f \ \ -1001.- -1000- a faw remarks amid enthusiastic applause -, .r_ra.. Isit.. 1001. _.....amt'BmnriA.ntlnr ACCOUNT.>>All sAl1rvmrmi. Road Fund Dlst. :No. 0. Old. ,c .4eawu. r.on.n1r.A'Pn..nv"'.....
I ''' DATE.. MAX. MIN. .MAX. win, and the waving/ of handkerchiefs.. COIJniR8vhc.niuiiil.i"ii70M: : ;: --- --- For special road work In district ,..". ran oaflpeolal If 7' Seaboard t mi8 ;fx';, Voik.
4 f ) 15JO 70 5.:{ ill; 60 Nearly all tHe guests. of the Hotel Royal Knail and Krttlira: fund .. ( 14 Road Fund,Dlst.:No, 4, New. \.2. ':t-: lr.iioiA'r: ri< National Bank of Jacksonville Fla. In4TXr.rUSVILLE
4. ,:' 73 48 77 61 Fine awl Forfeiture fund. .. .am 64Up. For special| load work In district..... S 237 8Bpeolal
"1\," I t : 17 600t 4& 78 (10 Poinciana and The Breakers were present K'd fund' 5 8,2(11 02 nn..ll/'l1nd, T>lt.:No.0, :N.w. : II.4.A.a
> ( anti tbe great dialog room of The W.rrantal.aoet In IWU. UUtrlct.... 80
For road work In 1,128
special
:
: ./ 38JO 48 59fiO 42 Breakers looked resplendent with Its County Rev.G..n.llln'I.. ... .51200410: .
f I K....<1 Miri fund.. ., .. Game Warden Fund. --=
'L 75 IH' 41 Bridge 11,311 711
Ct' handsomely gowed women, flashing dia- BuIlding' f .. 808 For Game and yisb Warden'...Ia",..... t 60 00
20 72 54 70 Bl monds and hundreds of Incandescent fine,: cud :: 1..li.i;.";oiiici' .. 2,1W 87 Building Fprtd. TIlE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY
1 21. 75 SB 70 03 electric lights.Mr. F & r fund (feoillnir prig ).. 1.470 00 For book and stamps in Clerk' office t 8 06 COMPACT
t s.',' Total rainfall for the week: .02 tip.Road fuud III NQ 2old. fIII3 M
> and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler and .. .. FLORIDA.
STATE or I
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< 4 .
.6. 721168!
Dpavturefrom normal rainfall for tbe .. .. ..
party were those at the County of J re,ar among present 4, old I 237 Kl
b'I. i week: minus .78 Indies. Departure cake walk, and they seemed to have enJoyed .' '* 4. .. 5, ( ft )J 1,1M! W I A.A.?Stewart, Clerk of the Circuit Conrt Inand Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
t I from normal rainfall alnoe January 1, It TItusvllle Game Warden fund ....... 80 OO 5 26,70283 for the State and County aforesaid,do horn.by ,
Immensely. was
: ; plua 1.3IJ Inches.HAI by Judge A. I>. Penney and represented Air.Cbas. 1 TOUI............. ..................TI oiJa jjj\\ !nuance certify of that Hrevard the foregoing County! :Florida Statement I I. correct of the

.. P. IlAnDiw, Observer. JI. Walton. Warrant. paid In 1101. a* they appear of record in the Auditor's. book -',
: : County 11ev.Geo. funil .... 11,148 OO of unit County
I' uriiirijij_... -" p Road unit Bridge" fund .... TOtW K3 Wltnes my band suit official soil tide 21.t day Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
.u Huildlnurfund ... 4)8) of January A. D, 1002. .....
i.i? WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. MRS FLAGLER ENTERTAINS. Fine: and. : forfeiture lund.. eJ 73 .\. A. STK WART*
---' V&f fund (feeding prlB.) 843 (10 I Circuit Court Clerk Circuit Court Offices loot of ITogan Street, Jacksonville Florida. Telephone
S..... R'd fund die No:2. old.. I Ml Sfl i Haul. I Hrevard County.. Fla. So, 282
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't 4w.:. Perhaps this wonderful invention, On Saturday afternoon last" Mr.. Henry .. .i I. U .I.. 4 5, 4 u old,I 237 7.M B3 ftt J. K.: MUNNERLYN, General Manager.: ;
M. |
now completely suocesaful baa Flagler gave; a musicale to several 6,1 8 11 I 1,123: 16. '
astonished FIGHT.
frl Dda. It took place In the music room Game Warden fund ....... flU 5)5) 23.118 09 JOHNSpN-HAWK -
the world more than any of Mr.Flalfler'. new residence, Whitehall, Hal. warrant outstanding Jan. 1, 1002:"5 8,844 Hi -
other, with"the exception, possibly, at Palm Beach. The organist was Prof. Ma follwei Last Sunday while partakIng of those

of the steamboat. In this wonder Clarence Eddy, the celebrated organist, Hoad County and R.Url.lure v. Gen.fund fund' ......... 5.IHI1 1,175) 09 M dinners that M,.. Tom Jol.nson! of Li- MeMurray[ & Baker

;I 4 f ul we are prepared to who was a guest of the Royal Poinclana :Vice sod forfeiture fund... 1,4'is: 18 Orange famous. for while the guests
age accept, .. ,
for a few days. ]Mr. Sterry, who, was .... 02T 00 were slItting on tbe front verandah aloud
I with the utmost credulity, every present said all were delighted! with Mr. Bp.Road fund dl.:No ff, new 4 70SBr_ 44...08!!' commotion was heard among the 401-413

fresh announcement of remarkable I Eddy's fine performance on the organ. GENERAL DEBT STATEMENT. chickens on the south aide of the house. East Day Street. Jacksonville, Florida.

?. : discoveries and inventions however Among those present were: Admiral I>eht of bounty on Janimrv Int. 1901. Old Torn, always on tbe alert at once Headquarters forWagon
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and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Amt warout |{Jan 1. 11401 Slum (112 -
Dewey
to his feet and started for said
startling they may appear. We Less nub In tra'y ".. a.019 27Netdebtjsn.1,2001.$2,24i jumped
have W. Vanderbilt Air. and Mrs. Chaa. F. : : chicken noise, and, lot! and behold I a
: arrived at that state of mind m t 2,241751)eht
Bingbam Mr. and Mrs. R. Mo- Material Vehicles
Henry of County.'''0. I. 190'1) large hawk: had surely caught one of Harness Bicycles
k where nothing is regarded as 1m- Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jefferson, Mr. Amt waroiiuM'ir Jan. I. IHOU$9fH4 OS] Mrs. Johnson's pet hens, but la tbe effort ,
1 practicable or impossible. Contlnu. and MYs. Fred Sterry, Mr.I.elaod Sterry Le cull In treae')' "..- t.91901* to get the hen, bad entangled him, S and ,
Mr. and Net debt Jan. lt, VXB.. 53,310: jiI. Sundries.
i ous demonstrations Mrs. Samuel Andrews, Miss Andrews 3,958 her or itself In the guava bu>hes.
are constantly Mr. and Mrs. Miss Increase of debt In 1801,...,.."' TCtt3 83 "KELLY"
i Whitney, Tom made made for the hawk, and SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on
being made of the value wheel
; of wireless Holies, Dr. A. Anderson Mr. William It ibould be here stated that of the balance In between them your
somehow they it.
t telegraphy and if we have ever entertained James, Mr. W. R. Kenan, jr., Mr. R. II V19.0K the County,the suns Treasury of 4,77U.7U on January belong.lit to,lu02.the) several of..,. Tom says he does not know, whether"got the at short notice. '

.'. .s any skepticism as to the York, Mr. Frederick Martin Dr. and Hpeclnl Road Funiln. anil aid (ipeol'l) rued. hawk first got him In the fleShy part of

ts practicability of transmitting mea- Mrs. Fremont Smith. (eitvlne'unu have the only bulunoe$4,111 In of the warrant County. Tre".p ouutaudlnic., the arm. or be got the hawk; but one

pilnabld to Regular County funds of tlMJMf thing la sine they both got one another
through the air without wires :
sages ideas have DEATH OF MRS. DAVIS. .The actual speoialradtind
; our undergone a com (innni V k.*!-n *{D',1.' follows m I 1T< a* Tom. but us Tom Is a pretty touch democrat _

: i; plete onange since me wonderful We to have' Road and JJ 1d6re; fund'' :::: li,, ii) OU and the hawk getting his claws fast -Dealer In-
regret to chronicle
; the sad
Marconi Flnvaml forfeiture fund ,.. 1,430 18 In Tom's arm, he, she or it could not get
was inaugurated.New .
system death of Mrs. Robert W. Davit, wife of K! *. F' fund (feeding plla.) U7: OO S 8,831) 1)1 HIDES, FURS ALLIGATOR SKINS BEESWAX
York despatches of the 25th CongresHinao Davis of I'alatlca which Lees cash In tr..yuan 1. 1002....... Ut 30 nway, and la the wind up Turn got tbe TALLOW ETC., El' 1 C1
lost. occurred In Act debt of County, Jan I. 19112. oat- _.. hawk. Make me your shipments. Prompt Attention.P. .
: say that the Kaiser Wilhelm Washington Sunday' night. tIe! )f peolal road fund avoouutl S 8,7uo M Now, I think that I II pretty good work p. Box 304. .
Mrs Davis had
been ill with
('der Grosse, of the North German pneumonia Debt of County January l&t, Iiiol, outild of tbe for our Pioneer Cooper; but Torn says Jacksonville Florida.

Lloyd Steamship line, Just arrived for was several ont of days danger, but until It wan"Monday thought mornIng she- County Rev.peclHl Jen.road fund fund. .. account S 270 35 i what be thought of most were the Belgian .

r from Bremen Southampton and when a telegram announced that she Road and Hrlilire fund. .... 4a7U 14 hare, not tbe chicken. Still, the
Fine soil forfaitura' fund ... 10 M $ 4,65703 chicken wll{ make a
good stew.
pretty
.L0 Cherbourg, was, for half the trip was dead. She was about 40 years old, ben Cal In tr lu'y Jan 1, 11101. ..... s<4U 07
J. IX.
and leaves four :Met del>t of Jan. I Best Material !
r1 to the eastward and a large part of were shipped to children.Palatka for The Interment remains ipmilal.County mail rinn i ncoount I. 1901,outule -5 4toTHI\ Lowest Prices
her Jnllrea-e of Net Debt of .
westward trip in almost constant } County in 1001,outRide
accompanied by Congressman Davis snd of special road fund "0,ount.. .. S 4,29399 CHURCH NOTICES.
communication with other bis daughter, Miss Nellie. We Join the 6TATKMKNT OF SPECIAL ROAD FUNDS..

( ? l vessels or the shore. The ship was people of Florida In sympathy with tbe CommtMloner' I>l.t. :No. 2,Old. Services at the Methodist( church, TItusvllle QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
bereaved family. Cash In TreHsiiry January let limit.... ( 809 24
practically a next and
floating telegraph of- Ho out.c. nilliiK wairant*. flJndaylI a. m., 7 P.m.

fice. Capt. II. Hngeman of the CninmliMloner's Dint. No. 3, New. Rev. I?. B. Templeton, the newly
:Narrow E:. of appointed -
above named vessel told of the tel. e*pe a Law".r. Cash In Treasury January let, 1MU( .... f 84 H I will. :Bond
Noouutandlnir warrant. !: pastor.. .. :,y y.1.. .preach. next. Lumber CoBJ Titus*
w; eurraDblo marvels In the most inter. Mr. K. C. Commlmloner' Dint. No. 4. :New. .UU"T ....rUeYI.."| a.. .IV a.m., aDO a,
: esting It was tbe most Sanchez a prominent lawyer Cash In Treasury. January lat. 1\10'1 .... f 2.057 01 City Point at 2 p..m. All are Invited.!
way. complete ok Gainesville had a narrow escape tram: No outstandIng irarranta.Coraraliiploner'i .
:4Pl test of the Marconi\ system we a bad accident last Friday afternoon Diet No. 9. NW. Rev. J. A. hughes will preach, next A Trial .Order Will Convince.

have ever had. lie said "When lie was just returning to Tltusvtlla froma ('uh In'1 rea..Jan. I. llilj..$ a,:iiw 07 Sunday, at the Rockledne: Chapel at 11
; ride In the country and when driving lass war outilM'tf. 1 4 75 t 1,393 31 a. m., and at the Presbyterian church 8. O. VAXLAXDIXGIIAU, Manager. a TItusvllle, Fin.
off the banks of Newfoundland, the In Capt. Rice's buggy: along DeSoto street The warrants Issued. In 1301: were for the follow. Titusvllle, at 7 ::15/ p. m. -tunday .coboolat .

P:44: Kaiser ran into a heavy tng. Later (which joins the railroad" ), about 2:00 lug COUNTY purpose*i : 0-t5 a. m., and Young! Peoples Societyof J

:g on, the ship ran into clear weather o'clock tbe southbound passenger train eo. Cow. 118I.&RBVENUK-OKNERAL 101l'lI'e Die l Nol old& new FUND.5 03 40 Christian. Endeavor at 8:30: p. m.
1 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '
came !
a6ng' the horse .
soaring .09.
again. Herr Kronknt lUshed to badly. 4*< .. ''If II .. .. hI 40
the Mr. Sanohec held the homo as long as he .. .. .M. 3 e U ll 1211 '10 New Century Comfort.
r Lucanla, another vessel, this could but he made M I* 41 4 II 41 tb 100 60 Masury's Paints.
bolt
a dashing 41
44 II 14 II 44 14 /I" 14 14
:: message : "Weare twenty-flvemiles against/ a telegraph pole and breaking up Aoc""ntant..I.r' .i. IIIJdIlO iw 00 Million are daily flodioir a world of in. II
4: east of the banks and in clear the buggy to some extent. Fortunately, SherIff welting on Ikwrd 1 County Corns cIO 00 comfort In Buofclen's Arnica Salve. It
I I fopylust minute for publiratlnu Ill 00 kills pain from burns scalds .
several ran to Mr. Sanchez's outs,
weather assistance
to which the Lucanla replied Auditor and Clerk feei to County Coin 4.1K 4.1 bruises .. -
L and ho escaped with a few bad bruises Salary of Froeeeutlna Attorney........ 3M) Ml ; conquers ulcers and fever sores; ARE THE BEST. SOLD flYr'
; : "We are still in tile' fog six- and a general; shake-up. lie certainly $alsryofUountljniwe.: ........,. Duo :00 cures eruptions, salt rheum bolls and
ty miles astern. Many thanks." was lucky In broken limbs County Treasurer, oou.mlKlone. .. ...... 7HH !211 felons; removes corns and warts. Best
escaping -but G-EC>EtG-E
Bunervlnorot Refclit'n salary and sap 144 M pile eart'h. : I.A.DDISC: : >N'
cure on 25ots:
: When off the Lizard, the record of he had a narrow escape all the same Tax Collectur.cumml".lone "'.10-11I Only at B. B. .
Herr Kronket shows twelve Tax Auemor coniinlMloue and exp.... l,3tlllI6: Wilson &; Son's drug store. TIlE LUMBERMAN
messages County Hiirveyor,iurv.ylng ...... 47 no .
:> from the Lucanla were Unshed Furniture ft; bonut.; Clerk& other ni'ii. 40281 EAU OALLItt, .. .
Georgiana.Mr. RWA.
PL
Halarj of Klehi and lame Warden..nso 00 R. nOUOBTOVS $ !and a reply stated _that all of them Salary of Janitor ............ 00 00 D
Mal.ry .1.lIor..... ..._. .... !UUI fWIKleotrlo
.\ nan oeen 8uocel fully caught on .. Bogero's.brother arrived last lightS, court house; ;j jail i, ,offloei 104 M
week.
,I ;, shore, many miles ,distant. Of. tbe That makes five jolly bachelor' at the Wood III""tl..n."p.: for court..".house......, and.....offloe................ 10 800 00 ,' FLOATING DENTAL APAHTMEXTd; H. A. HODGES....

4 Marconi system Capt Hogeman Ifall foe for court hones and clerk'a oftloo... 21 80 on the "Dentos," Mannfaoturet of

'I ", says : "We passed the Kron Prince Capt. Symmonds ook party over to Med.Repairs. Meroo.to court and house furniture 1.11 at Oltlcell., ......... 817 BO 1
jail 83tt M
.Cypress and
: : Wilhelm, bound east, almost in mid the bench'on Monday-Mrs. Hymoionds: Intereit on County warrant ............ 4XS :U5 :Now AT PALM. BEACH. .. Yellow Pine Lumber...
Mrs, 1'lura and .a number of others. It Pauper support sell expenses. ,.......... 1,71400 ROUGH AND .
i ocean, when the two7es.els were was Innurannenn Court boute. ............. IS 00 DRESSED. Orange'Box/ Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crate
like
almost forty miles a lovely day. mere May than Attorney teen.. ............ ......... JO OO Clyde Steamship Line. iny one contemplating shedding their
t apart. Greetings January. Advertlntnir. in Newspaper...... ..,.. MOO pineapples oranges or building 1 in
,t. were exchanged between the passengers Mrs. Plum, from Chicago arrived County Court exl'8o.e.( ......... ,........ 18330 Ticket. and reservations: via the Cfyde fty part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are located
.. on Circuit Court expense....... ...... .... ass aa at Buffalo Bluff near Palatka on the J.. T. K. W. '
and positions given. Off Thursday, and Is pleasantly settled at Ferrymen.Sebastian river &:Turkey ok lOa 00 Steamship Line can be secured. of Cha., part of the East Coast. By. Lumber delivered to any
;. 4- Nantucket lightship after Mrs. Munson's. She has spent several Coet Inlntanlty oaie anti ln<]ueitl..r. IW 7O X. Walton at the ADVCKU.TH. office TItusvllle. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff F'a.
soon .
winters here, and her friends Cnndem. for road right of way....... .. 42 10 '
4 mid-night twelve many glad Clothing,carrying to work ..
dispatches were prla. M 60
ly welcome her back \ =t;
again. RootirtI. Tax Sale A deed for .. l 9 3u
sent .ashore and all received." Making annual ........
statement ...... M 00 -Please wrlto Official House
The Marconi is'a Addison Barber, of Ovedo, arrived on Writing for< ounty Comnilsiilonera ... XO 30 us whenever you fall to Supply of The Illinois :Fishermen's Association.
'It'' System most Tuesday, and ls boarding at Mrs. Ilaldwln's. Cost of Marl land for roads Hretartl Co. Sofl OO receive the ADVOCATE.: : ,
valuable attachment to a ship in lie was here last winter and has The
,. Chicago Net
; case of accident orshlpwreek.On: : returned with the hope of regaining his and Twine Co.

{, I a recent trlpto the Kaiser during health after a bad attack of la grippe. Manufacturers

\i. :: which the revolving lIght of the 'lie Is already Improving.J. The Buffalo Gasoline Motor.! of- 85

Nantucket light ship should have W. Bruner recently paid a visit to

been picked It failed Bockledge, and brought bin. brother, A.
: and the lookout up to show, I*. ]Brpner{ (who has been seriously) 4 Cylinders. > Variable Speed. =
.1 picked up Instead and family to their home at this place. 0t'
; .1;i two white lights "'II ve you two Joe (as he Is familiarly-called) Impcov... CEO. R. WALLACE, Agent. PALM BEACH FLA. "

e fixed white lights," was asked tag fast. There I. no place like borne. -- -

: through the air. The answer came Mr. Clement Is having his house repainted ? ST. AUGUSTINE =

;,* back : "Yes, our other light is out l and other Improvements' made FLORIDA HODSE FLORIDA. '

of order." And thus this wonder that adds greatly to the look and con The Old City' By-thlt-Sea. s _
venience to his already beautiful
home.
I; ful system has come to stay and He b&lhla tine sailboat In the water, TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE. 3.4 FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Deccrlptlon 8

"'... other Invention will soon burst and made successful trip to ItockledKe This popular bouse Is most centrally located. Has all modern Improvements :tDealers'ln Seine Twine Maitre Cord, Rope Etc. 1
'\ startled and return on Monday of last :
upon our week. Originators of
conceptions Wholesale l
Including STEAM: hEAL Has Prices direct
to the
more rooms with SOUTHERN EXPOSUREthan n 01.oV Fishermen.
,, while the wheels of progress rolls The church-going people will be Interested E. Indiana St. 111

on unceasingly toward ideals as to know that Kro. Hlrderfleld has any hotel In town; accommodates 230.;; .-- ...Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter...Chicago,

sensational as Dorothy Gouse in been sent to Jacksonville for the coming RATES : *:J.30 to W.OO per day. Special. Weekly; Rates. .. We are Members
conference of the Illinois
Arabian year; and liro. Templeton Fishermen's_ Association.WORN4S !
:, Nights. will be our preacher here, at Melbourne.: F. HAYDEN, Manager. _
City Polut and llardeevIlle.' We also -

WE are under obligations to Mr. have a new presiding elder, 13ro. Roder. I

I B. E. McLIn Commissioner of Agriculture The relatives and friends of Winnie :Beach Club Cafe.Incorporated. \ \ WHITE-SCREAM

for the present of a very Dlxon will bo glad to know that she has j !

I Ine roller wall map of Florida, tioned nearly recovered In last from tho accident men ( .) J VERMIFUGE!!!
neok's ADVOCATE. The _ )1.5ln
which adorn. QuanlIly. IhNIn Qw1 tl.
now the will
of
our piece_of her lip. so nearly cut. dried im Adjoining rrrntimlit 01 Hotel Royal Poinniana. Palm. Beach.... _. on t1.a nn.'I. ,. For 20
editorial -- -- --- -- Years Has lidlfi/crrn
room.SENATOR anti dropped on, and the wound has inmost !l Hem di2Se

entirely healed. It will not leavea a ox: *3D xxr: JL J .X. x>:x'.XT Go 3rxs: : >>;z*.._
I JAS.. TALIAKKRRO has met bad with scar the, as accident.was feared at the time the, Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours. I'Npared b'.fl. .lAMe: F. BALLAFO, St. Louis.

.4'' the thanks of the ADVOCATE for a "

bound volume of reports of the Chapped bands, crajkeil lips and any Flr.t.Claaa Chef Cuisine and Service. ---- __
4 "Twelfth Census of the roughness: of tbe skin cured quickly by

) States''." United In Banner the worlds Salve, tbe moat healing Ointment . Prlv-n1o: ; :JDlTil-nac: Z>ci.x> ors . THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

B. 15. Wilson Jt; Son. Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hours. Prints all kinds of Commercial

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EJIST -CO AST-ADVOCATE. JANUARY 31. 1902. 3

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Eden. GEORGE MARX JOHN MARX.
E E. H. ARMSTRONG ,
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1VI.A. B <>S
William
,. :., Saunders took a launch party !
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to Fort Pierce, last Sunday.
Wholesale Dealer In .
Miss Mabel 1 Schuyler Is spending the 15 Minutes

week with her friends In Eden. GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE,.

Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Merwin left, on .
Tuesday, for a vlalt to Rockledge.
Mra dMr8-C."o. Corner: West Bay and Julia SU.', JACKSONVILLE, FIJI.
Jannocb were call)) sufficient to give most

log The at Edeawood Netherby and Elverton, Sunday. you ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CUT:

was the scene of a very
delightful card social on Friday evening delicious tea biscuit using -

iYE SPECIALIST. of last week. We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and :Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;.

guaranteed genuine. We also carry full line of Hay Grain and Feed. We want
Jacksonville Fla. .iJ'JF Inraham' 3rd
I vice-president of
Bay street, F.%p> C. K'y., was a pleasant caller In Royal Baking Powder as di. your Oranges Vegetables.! Give us a trial and you will be pleased ,

Eden, last Wednesday. MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.

est Palm Beach. N. M. Young bad his launch towed rected. A true leavener J3T We only Sell)) to Dealers. J

around the peninsular, to Stuart:! for re pure, .
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pairs, the first of the week.

L respondent Is gratified to an- W. W. Luce, one of Tibbals' prominent Eau Gallle. Rockledge. :
J. B. McGlnley; lion the pineapple
e that growers spent Sunday afternoon -
j recovery. in Eden, visiting/ friends.C. .
arrived S.nday night _____m _________ ______ Warmer weather and newgrowth on Mr. and Miss Bennett are among recent
Lie -
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stranger Robinson, Mrs. W. F. Richards citrus trees showing.C. arrivals at the :New Kookledtfe, Winter
I of Mr. and Mr. I
home and heart and J. II. LeTouraeau made a pleasant Melbourne. would not seem winter without Item "
fchllllDgswortb.n trip to Fort Pierce, last Monday. Fort Pierce. Alnesworth Is still 01on the St. l
Johns river, duck shooting. here.Miss
Walton, proprietor of the Mrs James Holmes and Miss Maggie May Cresson, advertising manager:

ar EAST COAST ADVOCATB was ane Holmes valked up from Strathmere, to A few residents of Eden comprised a aOODB & (1ODII--Re,1: Estate and Loan.. Grotjan Ronald was In the harbor on of the bt. Augustine Evening Record- d ;
visitor at the Palm Beach ho- call on Eden friends, last Thursday. pleasant dinner party at the Fort Pierce Agent for Anna London and Liverpool anti Tuesday, >n his launch, the Utllls.K. was In town, last week, 'the guest of I

nday.. hotel last Sunday. Oh>b Ir>vh'on"e' WaHhlitKtiin and Hun Fire S. Randall Is again about as usunl. Hotel Indian River .(
Mrs. F. O. McMullen and Mrs. J, II. Iimnrance. Special attention paid to the
1 Palm Beach hotel la} gaining In. LeTourneau made a trip to Jensen on Rev. Mr. Moore held services here on interests of non-re.IJ.nti. His first appearanee for a few days Mr. Vincent and son, of Monfclalr. !N" 'i 1
taV
Iarlty dally-exceptionally courteous treatment good Tuesday, chopping and calling bent.J. Sunday In the Methodist church to HOTEL CARLETON-Open in. year round. D l lllfCtitful The Misses DuRosa, of Melbourne, J., and Mr. and Mrs. Ulmbler, of Orange,.
>d service, large congregations. spot to"pend winter or slimmer Lo- were la Eau Gallle, last week, calling on N. J., form pleasant party stopping at
make It a H. LoTournoau
ton unsurpassed- very returned oa Sunday Feted on high bluff overlooking the Indian White's cottage They are simply delighted ..
tble borne for the winter.R evening, from a business trip to Titus- Reader, are you a subscriber to the River. Terms mmlarkt. friends. with the place, And expect to j
with Mrs. Moses, his ef- vllle, :St.: Augustine and Jacksonville pink paper f All East Coast residents 1'HAXK KonKKTSoK,rroprl.tor.B3T" Contractor Houston Is now shelling the spend several weeks here.A a
Moses should subscribe for the ADTOOATB one county road between this point and Mel.
helper, are kept beyond office Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Saunders and of the largest and most newsy; papers in : Subscriptions the ADVOOATK, bourne. very pleasant little hop) was given at
_ answering questions, and show- Amy Blake made a delightful Mrs.to Florida. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be of the Hotel Indian River, Saturday even-
J. K. Inlrllbam,3rtl vIce-prenMont
properties west and south Tibbals, last Friday to call received at the Melbourne Postofflce.
for filends. ;
on Ing. The little folks seemed to enjoy r l'
the F. E. 0. In Eau dallle on
K\ was ,
tvnand list for 1002 will Your correspondent had the pleasure
the tax
tbe much their elders '
; Miss Helen evening fully a* as ,
than double that of 1VU1.j ) Blake had a charming Im- of attending the reception given by Mr. Samuel L. Green, of "Mlcco, was a Monday last.Archdeacon. and their little faces gate n.

houses the promptu which tea party, last Saturday, at and Mrs C. T. McCarty, at their beautiful pleasant visitor In town Tuesday B. F. Drawn, of Tltusvllle, charming happy the sceue.Mr .
second of the two on five,of her little friends
were en new residence at Ankona on the evenIng was tbe guest of J. E. M, and Miss Hodgson '
Side built by Mr. Jefferson has just tertained.Mrs. of the 22nd Inst. The parlor balcony Mr. aud Mrs Hiram Ferry, of Waukegnn last. *. Inn Smith, Miss Elsie Smith Rolf ; '
Sunday
aken by J. B. Horton and family.. J. H. LeTonrneau and daughter and lawn, also the dock, were beautiful 111., are among the pleasant guests on Master Don Smith left, last Wednesday) ,
Ifferson's praises are being soundJ drove to Ankona the first of the week ly decorated with 60 Japanese lanterns, of Hotel Carleton. Mrs. Ensey.of Tropic, and tike Sollen, for their home In Pumpton Lakes, N". J.

nod near, for tbe remarkable taste to call on Mrs. Oeo. Saeger and family,, and greatly assisted by a beautiful mok>n- M I rs. S. F. Price arrived here, last Tuesday of Jacksonville, were In Eau Gallic, this Mrs. Smith did not expect to go northso

}>mforc displayed in the furnishing and Mrs. C. O. Januoch. light night presented a moat charming and will\ be tbe !guest of her brother, week, calling upon friends. soon, but was unexpectedly called to

1 houses scene, especially to those landing at the Capt West, this wcek.- Messrs. Ser oantaou and Brownrlgg/ attend to some business matters
cast over the Royal Poln- We are still able to report n'o damageat dock. Within, the house was brilliantly left for Palm Beach In their yacht the the 'H i
loom was all from the cold weather. The L. A. Peek and C. II. Stewart returned ; The news of death of Mr. II. r.
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hotel and tie guests by; the death trees are loaded with bloom and mango all lighted and superbly decorated( with rare I from their visit to Jacksonville, where Ktta May, on blturdllylalt. Shares at Pasadena, Cal, where ba wspending _
varieties of tropical plants. The spacious
part Welch, of Forrestville, Conn. other tender vegetation absolutely uninjured and hall was tlllod they'weot to attend the Grand Lodge.C. Miss A. Florence Hodgson entertainedon the winter,was a great shock
this parlor reception
K annual visitor to
elcli was an to everyone here. In losing Mr. Share.v
ta hotel, and was widely known to overflowing with the beauty; and wit T McCarty, of Ankona, A. C. Ditt- Monday last Music, singing and Rockledge hits lost a true friend, and thumost > ',
cards the features of this most
spected. Mrs. Welch has the syra- Our feelings went down to the zero of the East Coast. mar, Fort Pierce, and Chas. Bolton, were enjoyable sincere regret Is expressed: on every
{of scores of friends In her bereave- mark last Monday, when we heard tbewel1ther With Mr. and Mrs. McCarty receiving Malabar, were In. town, Monday on business. evening. hand.

report of another cold wave, were Mr. and Mrs. Jas. E. Ingraham, of The Lizzie Is on the ways being overhauled Mr. Irwin, a prominent banker of (Ron- r

choir at Bethseda-by-the-Sea bas but If this glorious southeast is a sample, St. Augustine: ; Miss\ Julia Stockton and Mrs. Hlgley and'her mother, Mrs. and painted. We are pleased to ton, Mass., has purchased the old Goodyear p r i
ready f augmented by the member- we like cold waves. We have bad regu- Miss Fay Van Deman, of Jacksonville; Scott of Canton, 0., have rented the note that even the staid old widowers place. from It R. l\oCormlckt oC
lar old fashioned Florida weather Mrs. L. B. Abdill of Ankona; and Mrs.F. Hogg house nnd will spend the winter are getting a move on them
|E William F. Armstrong. Mr. Armis ever or Cocoanut Grow, who bought the pla e>
C. Stetson, Fort Pierce, presidedwith '
\ one of our former residents, since we heard the report. grace In the dining-room; while there. Mr. and Mrs F. K Colby have named a ;year or two Ago/ Mr. Irwin come w I.. i i

I warmly welcomed as a permanent Mann S. Richards, brother of Captain Miss Nenee Rowe, of St. Louis; and Miss The launch Dawn, Capt. Beaujeantook heir Eau Oallle home on Highland ave., south In search of health, and expects: to> ,
Int. Mrs. Armstrong will join him Richards, died at his home In Newark, Jessie Good, of Melbourne, presided At a party of sixteen, last Tuesday, to Uaoatawa cottnge. This home I III one of page all his winters here. '" '"

|n as comfortable quarters can be N. J., Jan. 24th. Mr. Richards spent the refreshment table. Troplo and other points of interest between the cosiest and most complete In the 'C. S. Rhoadon, of Indianapolis, In l.. : {

1.1.. several winters in Eden, visiting his The guests present numbered over 200, Melbourne and Tropic. town. arrived here, Wednesday! to join) his son [

1 eagerness of applicants for lots in brother and other relatives, and will be and came from Jacksonville, St. August Robert Brush, of Osage, Iowa, arrived, Mr. and Mr. t'Ingrey, of Delovan', N. and brother i>n n hunting trip down the> \
i* Flagler addition, west of the pleasantly remembered by the many ine, Tltusville Eau Oallle, Melbourne, last Friday, and will upend the winter Y., have leaned the north' end cottage of Indium. River Mr. Ithondes Is the super. h"I. '
liiJ at West Palm Beach, shows friends and acquaintances ho made while ,Fort Pierce, Eden. Jensen Waveland. with his mother In the Mesmer house the Ollbeit block for the winter months.We lnu-nili. of the telegraph department of I "
lipldly! the West Side Is growing In here, wbo will miss "Uncle Mark's" The spacious dialog-loom was tastefully Hubert's old friends are always glad toMe extend a hearty welcome to this en- the lllR Four railroad, and this Is Ms I' ,

lirlty us a residence property. It IsJcted pleasant face and genial manner. decorated, loses and flowers being him In Melbouine.[ tlmable couple.We first trip to Florida; needless. to say be Is. i
(and safely so) that within aBe everywhere. Forty guests at a time charmed with everything, and antlcl- Y I I :
Quite a number of Edenltes attended Mrs. Cameron and daughter, the are grieved to chronicle the deathof '
month nearly lot In the served with refreshments. At 11
every tbe of the G. B.'Y C. wets of Bovine. Mr. Stew pates o,most enjoyable outing );
fcil will be occupied. regular meeting o'clock the said "GoodNight" Misses Sadie and Mam Cameron, of U J. Stewart, ,
town plat
at the club-house on the beach, last Saturday p. m. guest all Chicago, ale spending the winter with art had large battle Interests, and wan
to bout and hostess and weieof
]r, J. J. Vanlx, the new rector of and as the weather was engagedtwo the opinion that It was, one of the Mrs. Margaret{ Goode, at her pretty one of the oldest and mint respected cltj 1112 A L, ESTATE FOR HALM.
j Trinity Episcopal church, West weeks ahead, the day was perfect, and home In South Melbourue. Izens of the County of Brevard. The -
In giving very interesting lectures and everybody had a grand, good time, most complete delightful receptions body was Interred In the cemetery at Eau
| Sunday evening on the prayer book even the unfortunates In a broken down ever given on tbe East Coast.! The launch Enterprise stopped at Mel. Uallle.Mis.. As Administrators of tbe Estate of

,hurch history. Mr. Vaulx seems launch, who drifted home with the tide, bourne, laM Monday,'with the following W. J. Noibltt and Mrs Potter en. William( Treutler, deceased We offer at li
I the right man in the right place. assisted by a favoring wind, reaching Frank Treadwell, Bennett, la., was Ingraham board Mr,., and Mrs. J. E.; tertalned a Urge party of friends at the private sale the following described Real

()Dltrt' atlon are very much drawn their destination at 12: o'clock p. in., attar troubled with kidney disease for two Mr. James D. Ingraham, of Avllah rooms on Friday lost, about 4.' K:tate, belonging to said Estate: :
and Julia
and to retain him a six hours' run. years.. He writes: "I had taken several SU Augustine, the Misses l
permanl. Sold.No.
J. hope being present to enjoy the good No. 1. .
guests
kinds of kidney remedies, but with little Stockton and Fay Van Qeman) of Jack
Dame Rumor says our store Is to benefit. Finally I tried Folej's Kidney sonville. things provided by the hostesses, who 2. All of HJ of NEt, Section LIT,

l. M. E. Babbitt, of Philadelphia, change hands once again. This time the Cure and a one dollar bottle cured'me." Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Powell and daughters proved themselves tnostsnooessfiil enter. Township:/ South, Range :i)7) East, covered -
jilsidv of eighty summers, was a dejful owner of tbe property, S. F. Travis, of B. H. Wilson ft Son.White. the Misses Helen and Ids Powell, talnem. It Is rumored these social even- with water, lying In said. Eau Uallle
guest at the Palm Beach hotel logs will be continued biweekly during Itlver aud Eau Uallle hap containing '
Cocoa, Is to take charge, putting Mr. of Waukegan, III., arrived last Sunday h
Ast week bhe was traveling! unat- Michael In command. We hope someday evening, and will spend the winter in tbe season. about :111< soies. more or less. t

|d was perfectly self possessed, and to have a store that will be In one City. their bluff cottage: where they have The Misses Rochsler and Miss Bench No. 3. Sold.No .
Inarkable activity of mind and body. person's charge: long enough for us to get spent many pleasant winters. We welcome entertained the Lady Bachelors of Ku 4. That portion of SW ., Section
Babbitt bad traveled the seas over, acqiMlnted. It Is very bewildering. as It them here again.A Gallle, last weok. The supper table and 21, Township i7! South Range H7 East,
'a", at her advanced age, en route has been the last six months. We hope Mrs Fransen was quite ill !last week. menu war. something: to be rememberedIn commencing at .n point Bill) futtt West from -
...aa. Her charming manner and Col. Travis will-rot get discouraged, un pleasant party, visited Bay View the entertaining annals of Eau Oallle.It Northeast corner post on 14; Section: line
nation drew everyone to her, aud der a month at least. Our Sunday school Is being' well at- pineapple Plantation, laic Monday, and Is now In order for our fossilized1 and as aforesaid and <>0 feet South of said lj ,\ I
luparture was regretted by; the many tended. returned to Melbourne with some One moss-backed bachelors to follow suit Section line for a stinting point, thence I
s, Bon voyage. We would like to see a few more pink ripe apples, Mr. H-ark took the party Wake boys! don't be clams. Keep run South 49:/ feet, thence Kant Ifs feet, : ; "
,The Secret of Long Life. I paper subscribers in White City.; over the big Held of pines and they were with the up possession or tramp for the up thence Mouth 4M:/ feet, ,then<>. West to> +

tanner Salve doesn't cure your piles, Consists In keeping all tbe main organs Ira Lament went over to Eden on delighted to see so many fine apples at Everglades. Section line, thence North 5UH: ft, thence ;

money will be returned. It is the of the body in healthy, regular action, business last Thursdaynight.. ibis season of the year. J East 717 feet, more or less, to a point 1X
and In quickly destroying deadly disease Ooode took of feet West of Southwest corner of plat of 'I,
Alex J. .
I healing medicine. Wilson Son. Capt. a party should know that Koley's i 1
Yjn
Electric Bitters regulate stomach Mr. and Mrs. Fransen entertained a last week Honey Mitrno, thence South 1AO feet then e>'
germs.( friends tor a trip to Tropic, !
Over and kidneys,purify tbe blood, andgive few select friends at their nosy borne last Mr. and Mrs. Merrill[ kindly took the and Tar is absolutely the best Dealersare for all East 780 feet to West side of F. E. C. ( i i
of the throat and
work Sunday; diseases lungs. Hallway right of-war, thence North on-
Hobe Sound. a splendid appetite. They all over their lovely ground*, where ,
party !
wonders in curing kidney troubles, female I Mr. Campbell, our saw-mill man has they saw fruit and flowers to perfection. authorized guarantee It to give West side of F. E. C. Railway right-of- ,J it tl' '
complaints, nervous diseases, con. : returned and Is quite busy. J. and A, The party also stopped at Col. Casper' satisfaction. II. n. Wilson 4 Son. way 90) feet, thence East to point of beginning ('I' '

Augustus ritou and maid haved stlpation. dyspepsia, and malaria. Vlg i Benson are cutting logs, and Fred Christensen pretty place and !got!: *orn" floe orange excepting railroad right-of-way:
| from New York. orous health and strength( always follow are hauling them. from the Colonel' grove South Rockledge. through said land. Containing about U&acres 4 1,
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the road. Thl.
Including County;
their Only SOcts/ guaranteed by B. '
use. ,
I A. W. Mitchell, of Warwick, Mas The entertainment at Hotel Bellevue, baa of MX) or 10O, 'i
frank melee, of Bensonhuist, R. Wilson & Ion: druggists.Waveland.. will tract a young grove t I
arrived last Thursday night, and last evening, was good. The trees It and artesian well etc.
", Is a guest of Mrs. A. Fltou.Ucll Wednesday ; on an '
Invest In here he :Mr ,C. B. Msgtnder went to Tltusvllle
property as soon as rendered by Miss Rodgers and { t
parts & at Southeast ef :
No. Begin corner
Gates has arrived from Roche- decide what suits him best. on 'rldayl..t.",
can Ralph Wallace and the muslo by the
' lot now,or formerly, owned by J. L. Harrison ,
r., and Is at bis winter home. Talk about fine cane syrup-Mr. Dutton Misses: Mlday, Mattie Drown, Annie Mrs. Dr. Chambers, of Georgians, WM thence run South aoros Elbow ''f 1")1 M +1/
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[was; a "nipping air" that'falled to certainly has made some of a most Goods the Mesdames C. U. Stewart C. calling on friends here on Friday creek to North boundary of land belonging 1'//
CempLeilBeau'can
f our garden or anything on the The orange In Mr. Barren grove area excellent quality ; In fact It Is the best J. F. Campbell, and Messrs. enjoyed;; Miss Addle A. Bristol l and Mrs. Fred to \Vrrt Treutler, thence East alone ''h ,, '
hi. pretty sight,so bright and clean look- your correspondent ever sampled, and and Nicholson was Carter were visiting Mrs. Salmon on Section lln* which II I the North boundary I'If I
Purdy and C. B. Jefferson haveto Ing. be knows what fine syrup le, by all. Over twenty-four dollars wasmade Saturday of Wm Treutler'* land North bank: g'of \ ,I
which will start a building fund
Miami to visit Davis's orange Orrell and Lena Mrs.. Elbow creek, thence West along bank
; has started a working Mr. daughter, : for Other entertainment
B and Miss Panter a parsonage. M. C, Salmon received a shipment of of said creek to point of beginning, being* t l
nursery.Rahpugel Wednesday afternoons, when Fransen and daughter!!: Alma, Mr. Camp- will follow for the same ki
party on purpose. very floe maple sugar from his old home In Section :ll, Township :27/ South Rcnge- ,
who a would be glad to see any of her ball, Mr. Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Lament a.
represents prom- she Iq Vermont. 87 East This land Is covered with the '
shoe tlrm In Chicago, Is visiting friends at tea time. were the guest: of Mr. and Mrs. wale of the creek i
ather and Mrs.z. Dutton on Sunday evening last.J. Lotus. George Baker, a prominent shoe dealerof
and mother, Mr. On Saturday, the ,211t' list, about N. Y., with his family are located In No. 6. Part of sub-division of J'ot; 31, p 1'
: member and visitors, E. Ingraham, 3rd vlcevpresldent of tbe Gsrvey cottage for the winter. Houston' addition to Eau Galllit, corner .
onus: Jefferson, son of the famous arrived at Gilbert's Bar Yaoi Clubhouse. the F. E. C. Ry., was In town last Thur. A number of drummer were In town of Houcton street and street through the r,
ph Jefferson, the actor, has purcbaa- Some glided silently up to the dock in day. He has not visited our thriving recently calling on the growers. Henry W. Matthews, of Basoom, O., lloescb addition, fronting 10ft Net on '
C. B. settlement for several and was accompanied by his wife and brother .
roperty near his brother's, sailboats, others with gently) plashing :years, Houston street.
rson."mas. but alas! for the good: old times and much pleased and surprised at the appearance T. (. Ronald has been at Eau Oallle are spending the winter here Mr. about chain 33
No.7. Commence (0
L. Snider, of New York, Is a oar picturesque: sailboats I by far the larger of everything, and the evidenceof putting a new engine In his launch Utlli Matthews has purchased a tract of land link West from Northeast corner of

' on board the house-boat, Buck number of visitors patronized the new prosperity amopg_ our farmer Mrs. R. Osteen has left for Indian here, and Is going to erect a nice residence Section 20, on Section line between Seetionel7and20runWestOehain.13links m

which Is anchored here. Mr. Snla fashioned naphtha launch. After good River Narrows on a visit to her daughter, and set out an orange grove. II* : ,
brother of Mrs. T. A. Snider. lunch, nicely arranged by Mrs. Harmer La Grippe cough: often continue for Mr. Keltb. Its* faith In raising orange here and says tbeno Houtb chains M links, thence i
for tbe day), a meeting and sometimes lead to fatal they are tbe lines In the world.
month
our East should sub- (tbe lady paramount results Letture beete, cabbage and turnip Soutb > for the Coast ADVOCATE people the pink paof : was held to elect officers for tbe ensuing after the patient I I. supposed to have are looking fine, and the home market Is Another disastrous lira, caused by a to Eau:: Oallle River, thence follow the j ,
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f Florida sale at the year, tbe retiring ones all being re- passed the danger point. Foley'.I1oDe, well supplied.A spark from an engine, burned over a shore of Eau Oallle River In an Easterly
which is on acclamation, viz: Mr. Sewall, and Tar afford positive protection and
1 elected by considerable portion of Mrs. Porter's and direction to point due South from place ( ,
Beach Poinclana and the Breakers, Palm commodore; Mr. Jennings, vice commo- security from these coughs. B. R. Wilson good many Irish potatoes are being )1 r. Matthew's place., sad had It not of beginning, thence north to point of

dore; Mr Harmer, treasurer Mr. Coon, & Son. planted for a spring crop and good pricesare been for the tietolo efforts of A. L. beginning/ containing A acres, more or

, and Mrs Hardy, of Liverpool, secretary. After business pleasure, looked for. Averlll, E. M. Breeze and John QuIncy, less, and known a* tbe Kitchen place. 1,
and, are fascinated with this lovely which was given by the kindness of Mr. Roseland. Mrs. 8. E. EonJn, of Stuart, ha been Mrs. Porter's buildings would have been No. 8. NE# Section 28, Township ,

and have purchased the Bungalow Racey in bringing: his excellent phono- spending a abort time with her daughter, burned. Mrs. Averlll also was a very 27 South, Range 37 East, containing 1BO :' ?
Mr, Harry C. Stokes, who will soon graph, the inspiring music of which In. Mr*. S. A. Onteorj. efficient helper. acres, less railroad rlgtt-of-way. ,
n '0 England. duced some of the members to dance. E. M. Stokes ho added a room and Quite a number from here visited 1''
No. (D. Section! 28
were several visitors from the to his dwelling. Ctooa and Kockledge the later of Township
',rk U on the and porch part HTATB or OHIO, TOLKUO. 1 1 27 South Range 87 East 100 '
progressing rapidly North, and Mr. and )[1'1I. Ingraham last week! and Ilea of this. COUNTY.Frank I c. containing I'
lal residence T. A. Snider la having of St. Augustine Mesdames Vreeland and Hard, of Wa L0CA ) acres, less railroad right-of-way.
ed Pending Its completion,he and family, basso, were visiting friends here Mon- Tangerine are moving out rapidly I at J.Cheney makesoatu that he Is No. 10./ 42: 00-100 acres less railroad

right, / and charming wife live aboard day. but only a few uranfgis, they being the senior partner of the Arm of F. J. -wav being part of Lot 1 and of

luxurious houseboat Buckeye. Finds Way to Live Lone: F. If. Allen, of Norwich, Ct.. accompanied held for higher price Cheney Co., doing business In the City NEW, of NW, Hoctlon, Township 27 '..i. l

, I. W Purdy and little daughter, The startllnz announcement of a DIscovery by Mrs. Allen, spent a few days Farmer have a good many young beans of Tol!dol' County and /State aforesaid, South, flange 37 East, known at J. L. i\jr

''* "lork, are among the new arrive that will surely lengthen life Is here, overlooking some of bin land, witha op ready for the next freeze, but It Is and that said firm will pay tbs sum of Stewart place. I I 1 '
One Hundred Dollars for each and
P' Purdy has purchased laud on mad by Editor O. II. Downey", of Chj- view of starting an orange grove. doped the next will not come this season. case of Catarrh that cannot be cured every by Nn. 11. tots 17 and 14, block 4, Town '
he
writes
,
I> Ind. -I wish to state, of Eau Oallle.
,1 "01. and will erect a house imme--rubulCo,
last of!Jail'. Catarrb Cure
of the
New Discovery for Friday night was a scene pleasure use
Ills wife is the clever little ar- Dr King's lleaiU Should Never Ache. No. 12. Lot 1 block I Town of rAil
most rem at this place. C. F. Walker gave a J t A. W. GLIASON: : ,
Uiss Fannie Rice,'* who is tbe Consumption Is ever the known Infallible coughs, Never endure this trouble. Use at ball la his new store building, and people \ Seal f Notary Public. Oallle. Quit claim deed for thU only- i .

her own company. cods t 1 have It's invaluable to people once the remedy that stopped It for., Mrs. from up and down tbe river attended to Hall's Catarrh Care I lIS taken Internally)) held under Tax Tithe 1

aDII.rrlp.. Baring this wonder. N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Ta., she the number of about seventy. Cake and and act directly) on the blood and mo- Fof price and term address .

ft 'VEUMONIA.-Dr.C. J. BUhop, with weak lung one need dread Pneumonio writes: "Dr. King's New Life Pills wholly other good things were served and the cons surfaces of the system. Send for f. A. MORGAN[ and W. H. JONES,' "' '
w, Mich., say: "I have used Fo- ful medicine no It, relief !I. In- cured me of sick headaches I had suffered dance kept up till about 1 o'clock Saturday testimonials, free. *
Con-umptlon A Administrator! of the Estate of
Wm.
Money and Tar In three very severe or curecertaln. B. K. Wilson' from for two years." Cure headache, morning, when tbe guest<< wended F. J. CHEXEY (;0., Toledo, O. 1
. <" pneumonia with good results In .unt aDd every SO cent and $l constipation, biliousness. :2Jct at B. B. their way homeward all giving: praise to Q f-4old by Druggists, 73 o. Hall', Family Treutler, deceased.
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,axe.: Beware of substitutes. B. 4. Son guarantee trial bottle free. I' Wilson ion's drug store. Mr. Walker for the gay time *r >nt. !'Ills are the best. Tltutrille, Florida. 'Ira V
'lion' & Son. bottle and give ,
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F e EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY 31, 1904.r .
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I LIVE OAIC., .
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'i It comen with the full of tbe moon and It I y ". Y ----

t ? baa the effect of making a higher flood --

) I Ii tide tban any during the month. The Hotel Oakes LYE OAK, FI.A.

', .. y opposite to the spring tide Is the neap ,

.I tide and that happens af the dark of Under new management. Cater especially to tile commercial trav.i
the moon with the effect tbnt at no Is tile most liberally conducted hotel of Its price In the State.:! Till" bob;
other tide during the month Is tbe ebb been thoroughly renovated, refurnished and painted. Everything !1 l

.t tide BO low an. It Is at that time. The & Zi. first-class. J. RUSSELL:! MOORE: PmpMelel. ? '.

difference In tbe height of water between ; .
'j ., tbe ebb at' neap tide and tbe NEW YOItJC: --;:::

I [ flood at spring tide Is considerable."Tbe ,


Oo tbat engineer day be towed waited until number neap of tide.logs I I # 44 Fifth Ave. ana K.ti h::;

down the river. These be anchoredover Hotel Kensington
Illy Cy New
tbe scow and sent men below to( k Q York
fasten chains to one side of tbe scold, j \
and these be fastened to the logs on 4' Select Family and Transient Hotel. European Flan.
Oranges require 8 to 10 percent of tbe surface. Tbeo be waited patiently.As .1 Restaurant the Standard of Excellence.

I tbe spring tide approached be tow GEORGE 0. HOWE,
Actual Potash. Propriety
j ed other logs down tbe river until be Late of the Buckingham, St. Augustine, and other Florida hotel..
bad enough to make quite a raft and
/ The value of Potash for
!, J oranges en the day of tbe highest tide all tbe -
." is an established fact. We have logs were tied together and fastened. 4sth: Street, bet. :Broadway and Sixth

(! some interesting pamphlets on Tbe tide! rose steadily and the more It cj THE HAMILTON, NEW YORK. Avenue-

orange growing which we send rose the 'more the raft went down under

I free to all applicants. tbe strain of the pull on the chains. A Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably

'." GERMAN KALI WORKS, At last just as It seemed that the raft Located. With every' Comfort and Convenience.:
j I -i' 93 Nuuu St.,New York was unequal to tbe occasion. It was

I : : seen to bob np violently and a momentInfer .. 'Tri-AYcckly' Sailings. Furnished and Unfurnished. ,
i'r jI thorn wna A commotion In the
--- ---- --- - GEORGE
W.
Free and water and the scow appeared Wbat MORTOX.THE .
I > '
BETWEEN and NEW YORK.
JACKSONVILLE
. ; '. Accented Masons., bad happened of course was thin: Thtt
chains pulling upward on one sIde 'of .
f.II, tbe scow tilted It more and more until at Charleston. S. C., both ways) -WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

the deck load began tp slide off. and Finest
I' ,
; The in the Coastwise ServiceThe
!" ti j Indian No.,00 finally when all tbe stones bad slid Into Steamships Patented In the United States Great Britain and Canada

",d. tbe river the scow came up under
: ::1: : l River ( TltusvllleFlorida. ,r, its own buoyancy Tbe remainder was Clyde New England and 'Southern Lines.
and EACH. Should be
iIi,. PRICE $4.00 8.00 used by every Boat Builder in the
( simple.' Tbe vessel was towed to the Direct bervlce :Between C.

, ,, t', 't"v Hold.Lodge Itii meeting the second and fourth Friday i.bore, where It -was hauled up on the Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in (the United States.

tf, of .aoh month, al the late Armory, Titus* sand, and when the water receded For Sale by

".\ I ,111.J.ft.. .1 Walkar TIIII o'ulunk Wor p.hl m|>.fiil Waster.J. boles bored Into the hull caused the (Calling at; Charleston' C.. both ways) Jas. Pritchard & Son
L. Carruther aiow to empty, Later the boles were .

/: i J.T.M.IHxnn7r.aurer.H. AaMiers.' Junior. Warden' plugged' up again and tbe old ship was RouttilMmnil...... .. ........... ...SEMI-WEEKLY. .. ..... ...BAILINGS. .....:. ...from Lewis Wharf, caws Tmrsvimc . . FLORID,
',. .r. A. Morgan, secretary, a* One aa alit ."New York Times Nortbbc>und..... ....................... .. ..............bola foot of Catherine street, Jacksonville SBE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.
J. A. Hughes, -
J. B. Bnmran senor" Uoaonn.
(.' 11. K. Ml inn,Jr., Junior IMaoon.M. OeorY. VV.e Slow. Clyde St. Johns River Line. .
), ,., O. VaulnnU/ Hicham, Senior Steward., She--If you could have one wlab. '
1
K. M. Taylor Junior Htewaril.V. EAST COAST OP FLORIDA
,,,l W. Roberts, Tyler. George, what would It.be? s (Denary Line)
,,1 Ue-It would b4l'Ihat-that-tbat-oh.I BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. i & ; PARADISE REGAINED"
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'.; It :I only' dared tell yon what It wouldbe Stopping Palatal Astor St. Trancl' .:Berwfnnl on tb.llt.Jo., (Detand...'.River.STEAMEi."City ), Blue. Spring and intermediate landings it.THII I

'
HE SAVED THE SCOW of Jacksonville." 1
,i ie please' bo
p1 She-Ob. go onl tell met EAST COAST =0LQCAL'TIME'
RAILWAY.-
I CAPT. W. A. SHAW. 'r
I ,Iy' B1B BBB B lie-I dare not. Rut. oh. It only I
IS AWOIXTED TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS!
r' 1, A CLEVER BIT OF STRATEGY IN AN could: Lcar Jacksonville S do p.in., Sunday*,Tuesdays.,"1 Thursdays.LcaT .
I ENGINEERING JOS.To She-Well' why don't you' Wbat do .Sanford 9 WO.. ni .1IIon'I&, Weduiwdays ftiil FrldaYi.8oI1tboo..d. CARD No.
38. In
I Effect January 15 I I9WTNIOUNDMEAD'
you suppose i brought the wishing aub- Read down aOHKDUi-K. Northbound Read up. ,
Lear SdOpm ............. .,,..J.cll..nyl'I..Arrl.' e II":"' .....
flow ... Amerl lect up forT-London,Tlt.-Blts. 8:0pm| ............. .......faUtka..... .. ........... Le... SiMpm.: $ ( DOWN. MORTHBOUND-RIAD UP.
m Enal.a.r .:00........................ ..Astor ..... ..... a:.30 pro. I
nram.lit III. Cplrlt of leiveiXIa .. 4:Oam,.....-1...... ...>...8t. Frano,". ..t.. ........ I '"0 pm.' '
.
&a'' r Aid la Solving a Wr..k P.."... !. A Cure for Lumbago. ..>I ..OO.m..u..Blu..Sorlu...............Herenfonl (UeLand... ..).. .................. ". 12 1J"am.:Oh" n'e. I NO.B9 Mo.29 Ne.aa!>No.3S( MAIN LIlli I. >Ne.7B.Ns.14'Ns.11>Ne.III

.\ i i bulk America "". O. Williamson 'of tmhent Va. Arrive 11:30. i-"M: :: iid'i; : : : : : :auaur.

i' (' I "It Is easy enough for an engineer to say: "For more than a year I lutTeredfrom Cen'I) Passenger' and Ticket Office. 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.A. .ilO1154.. .THa 04 40a. Lv..Jacksonville.Ar. :So.: Jacksonville..Lv I r.g ;110pGOD. .760.
how ability In New York or In other lumbago. I finally tried Chamber Up I'OOpa 0eGaFtOa ......St. AugustineU .,.. bQp IiSp I50p ASOs
lain's Balm and .. OTa ........ -........ I .
;. I', Jpuln It gave me entire C.KAOKRTY Kiwt'n!: Agt. f.M. Art., .Bantings. .
,, ."i big towns where he can get about all relief, which all other remedies had failed 19 l"- ..// .W York [r lROWe tE.Jt.1: ::: ria. d. lO'lOpil'isp 1.0 p a 4 aI'lTpli 11 41* .East!: Palaikav...... 4 14p. .lIp lOOp a ci,
J::. the tooli and conveoleucca ever derln-. THOS. D.HALEY. Local FrerghtAgent. I C. LOVEI.L: A.",.Ea.) ....... ....... .......11111' ........ Neoga.......... 'Up. ... _..... III.
I'. ed. It I II when to do. Hold by all druggists and medicine font Megan Jacksonville,Fla. | Foot Hogan) ..t..1""kI00"lIIe,Fla. ....... ....... ....... 12 311'. .........Bunnelle...... .. 'UP ...... ..... ....... ap
," j an engineer flnda blui- dealers. JOHN. L. HOWARD Foot Bt. 13 ........ .
,Huperlntonclent Hogan Jacuonvilie Fla. '
1
.elf In the wild of a Jungle or up lu O. KOKU, Qeneral M.'ca r. WM. I* CLYbS CO...General AgenU. 3plO47i/ i g r. .......:Ormond.:::: :::_::::: JI: p 'firs' p..Ip'4e-0'>
': ClwiebroUKh; Building, 19 State St.,Opposite Battery Park New 1 ork. i 1181' aOl p 10 bas ill ....... Daytona.Ji..ilil. .oap Uip Uh
: the mountaIn., hundred of miles from : .......PortOr.nys....... lalp ...... .
civilization, that his own natural InKenulty Cvrraata nud G>oo..b.rrl... C. II. WALTON. Agent Tltusvllle, Fla. 8 ii'66'4 i ii: .. flop ilia
t. and The great enemy of currants Is the .. 3H ::::::: Oak Hill.:.:::..! ilg . . 8
Invention 1256s tip
count.) said .
L a u'or'pgj ........TltnsvllleCoeoa I 04 p Ship 545p lila ,
: p t veteran engineer to a youngster who currant worm but wltb a little prompt . /4p :::::::: 8p . . a
,:' had been admitted to tbe ranks of tile attention and the use of tbe knapsack .e i'ii'a 0 II....Mptaap ... al I' ...Rookladge.......... so I' US P 11I81
t The Seaboard Air Line : 4IIp..EaU0.1105. .... r 1411'' .
Engineer club. sprayer and some hellebore In water. 1 -RailwayCapital !: ....:.: ....... lOp........Melbourne...:.. 1225p 425p........ i!
./. ", "Down In Surinam Dutch Guiana ounce to 10 gallons. It la an easy matterto I ;ii ..'..... ......". ....... J bop 081' ............... Sebnstlaa St. Luoie..., .... less 047a _... ..... .. ....... y D

t ; \ where tbe arrival of a sailing schooner keep tbe pest In subjection. 'To simplify eraenoa 'n; a $3 p 0 0/ p :...... Fort Pleree.::::::: 10 40 a i 111Sp; S'00'p jfi a
adds The Farm ... .. .. .... ......Whit*city... 10 Ie. .. ..... .....
causes a sensation wbert a mall things Journal VESTIBUltn .......all: ..; .. lip.........TibbaLi....::::. 1018. ... .. :...... :: ...
r steamer enters the muddy harbor once we might. plant gooseberries close to I Route .......1 ....... 38p ...........Eden........... 10011. ........ ....... ....
tbe currant alternately with them. City ...... a ....... 8 35p ..........Jensen.......... 1004. ... .. .....
In two weeks to tarry two tours to get or IIMITEb C ...... .: ....... I 8p ...... 8tuarr. ..... \\J 66. ...... ........ ... .. .
rid of Its mall and to take o'n a tewpaescngcrs. The worms congregate on the gooseberry & 1 t ell..211'. ...... 1..7 17p ......:Rope Sound.:...... 9118. .."... ....... .......
.
A1"R I .. ....... ...... 'NaN
plants, and may be destroyed by The Shortest Route. ilti 730p West Jupiter ...... 9U. ......
there was once a young S 40a 1111' 8 0dp Ar..WelltPalmBoaoh.... 8 85 .1016a''aSp10 80
st a P-
4 American engineer who showed that simply spraying the bushes Mulching TRA I Ns Q"a P I _Si' .Hotel Royal Polnoiana. 8 !t6 a 10 86. l S p 1016 P

e ,,,', be bud tile proper spirit of Invention to I. very Lenettclal to currants; soil The Best Line. .880a Sfta4fta. eooa"JJtI" 'H p p .liSp 30 p Lv..Hotvl...The Royal Breakers J'olnolana....... etos1080a 1 p1Qlip .0011I''
' 8 10. 10 20 a 00 p 10 oIp '
,t advance him to tbe front ranks of tbe should be rich. Tbe bushes need lltt!* DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE, e 0 10 a top 410p < '0p ....w.", Palm :Beach..Af SOOalOlOL1 lOp Sup4N7,
trimming. 10 ()'f. .....,. .. ... ..... 903|> ..... ....Boy n ton .....Lv 7iSa....... ...., ..... oNt
profession. Like all the best Inventions Only line with Double Daily Service. Including Sundays to 10 Ma\ ..... ....... ....... 9Clp .....VortLatuti"rdale..... 8 ..... ...... .... f
bis was tbe ulruplont one,' and It SAVANNAH, COLUMIHA, CAMDEN: HOUTIIERX PINES, RICHMOND, 11118..1.. .. .. ...10d''> ....... ....monCIt, .... sea.\ .... ..................l S)
..... .. .
r : i was one that was widely 1< talked about -- ---- -- WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, I4010Wp Ar Miami ... Lv 1\ SSOa1100s 8 OOP IOC)

among the profession to the credit of : WITH PULMAN'S BEST UAR5. Condensed Schedule' Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine

tbe Inventor. HOME The Florida and Metropolitan Limited a solid vestibuled train, St. Augustine and I .JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.

"To understand the story ,properly Jacksonville to New York consistlngof( Dining, Compartment, Composite,

n n 1 you need a trifling (InnluUt. into url- AMD Observation and Drawing Room Sleeping Curs. 5..23'No.R7'N..31 NS.t81Ne.311Na31 N.Ai No.93 Nt.ttjllh.ll
Only line operating dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville to New Orleans
Dam and Its babltH. Here Indlaim'
be seen on the ..tr..t"vl'lIrlnot only may ubreecbclotb. For sleeper reservations and further Information write. Ar.Jaeksmnville.8t. Auguntlno.,.,...., ......... TMa 8Mn1OmstOds V ooa 940 a 11 08 My p 810 ioij.t COp til( 000 lOOp 1 S iQpitmST. 0pINP

The white poiuilntloii. I. CH/LD. A. O. MAcDONKLL. Aamt. Gen. Pass. Agt E.. Jacksonville, Florida. AUOTJSTINB TO JACKSONVILLE.LT. .
{ so scarce. that all are thrown together -.I i J M. BARB R. L. BUNCH,
I. T. P. Jk G. M. Oeo. Pass. .
,
Agt.POKTSMOUTH
i as It In one large family. KiiKlloliuieii. 11..89 45.11 we.44 Ns.aa$ Ne.aa 'Ne.71 'Me.T4 'Ns.30'Ihl
',Does horse "feel his VA.
r Americans. Uermnns. Duii-lnueii and your LT. 81. Anirwitlne......... 6110. SOOs Ilea Mall lOalKOe I Up
,(I'' Frenchmen all combining together and oats"? What a difference between -- Ar.Jsok.rmvtlt.... ..._. tees coos U a 10 ot a ii 10 a mop TUgll TMg 111t

forming clubs ami society to kl..pI Dixie Flyer Route SCHEDULES: OF .BRANOHLINZB.: '
1t .I themselves from dying of aueer lone the grain-fed and the

otntneiw. NASHVILLE: CHATTANOOGA A JAOKSONVIX.XJB TO MATTPOHT. PAT ATKA TO EAST PAlATXA.8TATIOX .
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY and
,
"
10 this'primitive.town tbrre> was a I grass-fed horse I The first .
.
I man who held the splendid monopoly WESTERN 4 ATLANTIC RAILROAD, .Na.1'Nw1711I I""tl IINS.1T STATIONS.; e.47 Ne.4I'N6 N.

ai I (If owning a large scow. That up i strong and full of ginger the -route of the- IiV. Jacsonville... H B.Jaeksonvllle./8a I tl p fN 18 s O.e Ar.E. P'l'tka O 8p1
Mall ld 3
} -' there aeems remarkably mall thing second flabby weak and tired CIIICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRAINand Pablo B aeh.t.\ t lOr p to 80. a er
to be proud of. but the value of even a A'.M.AlUatla A.aoh.., C I6. 90 p 14) U a :n BAST AX.ATXA TO PA1AT4U.MATTOBT .
ore Stta i8 1110- 00
scow depend entirely upou when tbe out before he begins. The
DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING CARS. STATIOJIS. l No.50L N6ItiMN
scow Is and what It will coat to TO JAOKaONVILLE.BraTiows. .'
j
replaceIt. feeding makes the difference. The Chicago and Florida Limited I la quickest train from St. Augustine and it.P'i'lk. P f
This w. 8 | 45 5111| 48 47 P
,' particular scow bad been built .. ... Jacksonville.Cbatta.nooga .' J I.R..I.| ...",!n".lol| Ar. Palatka I S M CA all 01 pl t 07 Pi Nr.
by American ship carpenters. sent especially i-mmren are not alike euner. ,...,.,
t Nashville Louisville St. ,Louis and Chicago with Pullman' a ayp.rt e s 4 p 1 o. SAW KATXO BHANCH.N .
- a from tbe United States at One is full finest Observation and Drawing Room, Sleepers Dining oar., etc., through without Adana. Beach, a se a 0D. p t 46.
bright-eyed .
rosy Pablo Bsaoh. 888. .
.
treat expense. There was not another change. The famous Dixie Flyer all the year round sleeper via. Atlanta and S.J.okannvlll.. 7 ar s hip 06pesos ..B7'' "..45 STATIOHi.TTw. )! ."...48.Mpj ,
t scow In the entire harbor, and about of life and laughter another is Martin, through to St.: Louis, without change.For At Jsek.onvtlle.. v.ta 148 It h0 Itp r sat of
all of the heavy river wort to be done ,Ar''Ban; oCv: 8115.1 >OjlOBANOB
PI OBa : Mat !
for tbe city and plantation and min pale,weak and dull. The feeding Information' relative to rates, schedules etc,, write to... ANFOBX BBANOXC.
r 1'. M. DOYLE Fla. Pass Agt, Jacksonville Fla. ..... CITY BBANCH.: :
ing II8Ua
companies done
this STATIOHS.
was by one -
is N.iatol
1 again responsible. C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH Traffic ...1
vessel. Its loss therefore would have Manager. ....... ..Tliu Tllle.......... "*.1 "..t BlATtOX I No.:I.
di ,: been not only a severe one for tbe owner Sickly children need special Atlanta, Ga. Nashville Tenn.. 7 18 a ..'.,,,, ,.,,,,. Mil ................ p1 10 lUa Lv..N.Smyrna..Arl 1 lip
81t8s. .,,... ... .. P :
O.teen. ....
.1 ... .,. ill
Sip 11 .Lake
who bad a monopoly of the business ,. .p SI aStt Helen. 13 Mp
don't'ieel theiroats" Enterprise. .. ,,..
feeding. They .11 so .
In a 80a"Totatv....,..... a 411pl1 .Or n -. City. 11 HP
those days, but It would have .Banford...........Lv 11 ooa 80 IIMaAr..OnCkyJo..Le18WQl0'Dally

Fl been little short of a national culam- Scott's Emulsion adds PLANT SYSTEM 'I>8'1'.*o 'pt Sunday. tDally eieept Monday. liaunday olny.
It,. Trains do not stop stations opposite which no time Is sfcowa.

"One day. while tbe scow was anchored just the right richness to their from These the .Time..". 7fbIHJf1"1Sr.th. ? times al whloh trains may boo exp.'.. it I In midstream diet. It is doa lb. LbSJ lr arrival or departure al the times stated I. not guarsn"dnor
f one of those like grain to the th r rrom. Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any oone.queaee..dm4

smashing black squall for which then horse. The child The Great Through Car Line from J'lorlda.-Coooeothnl:
I tropics are famous broke over the river gets new Peninsular
r4 and for twenty minute ;you could appetite and strong digestion. To the East i via all rail The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston Richmond and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami

not see ten feet! away or bear a man and Washington. The Southern Railway, via| Savannah, Columbiaand BETWEEN
Washington. MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Scott's Emulsion is
, snouting at your elbow.I When tbe more

storm finally abated the scow was not than food. It is a To the West t The Southern R'y viII Jesup, Atlanta and CbattanooRo. The L A MIAMI-NABsAU LINE
to be seen and It was found she bad strong x, via MontRomery./ The Southern li'y via /Savannah, Columbia Commencing January 5,isoa.
' and Asbevlllo. The M fc 0 via Lv'.PfiamaMnneThan................." eo ...........10011'
medicine. It K'y Montgomery.via p | Lv.Naasiuweda.,8ate.
down dork dull <
gone load and all. To mOlt rouses Ar.Nassau I M
up Tu..Frt ................... lOOp I Ar. Miami. Than ...,.,. III)'
i of us there I"'ml'ot J about na much children new flesh thin the East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co.? for New York, Commencing February I.l oa. ?dual.t..J.

Chance of raiding' the vessel as tbere puts on riauaelphla and Boston. ..10& Savannah and Merchant A Miners L..1\I1.m..Non"., ...Iris.............anop l L". N..I1.'ruell.,TI. gats.. '{*'
would be to ruler an ocenn steamer ones and red blood into pale Transportation Conipauy for Baltimore.To IAr Nassau Tuea.Thura.. Sat.............*.BO aAr.I| Miami. Wed. Frla.rs.,Buns..... .. **
1 sunk ID the middle of the Atlantic Key \Ve.t and Havana via Port Tampa and Peninsular: Occidental Steamships MIAMI-BAVANA DIRECT LINK.

"It wall about this time that the ones. It makes children grow.Scott's To Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada, Commencing January *<12.
Atlantic and Plant line/ for Halifax L..MI.ml.8un..Wed... .................11 80 f 1. Havana. .. ..... 110M1 nt
Steamship : and 11 Tue. .PrI. .. ..
Ilawkesbury Charlotteatown. :
;young engineer tool a bund In tbe Emulsion makes ordi 1 t.Havana. MOD".Tl>un................ 60011 I....r. MIAmi. \\..d...8att................ sWa

i the problem., scow anal He' aeked.the was told thnt dimensions It was off 12 nary food do its "VV'rrEE't.:: :: TOURISTS:: : TXO ."r.lTS .L....'...Miami.\\ .Mon..Wed.. Fri MIAMI........KEY......11 WEST a/l 11 Lv AND, Havana SAYANA, Mon..Wed.. .............. ;",

by CO feet and then he announced that will be on sale/ throughout the Northern Eastern, Western and Southern State to Lv.bT Key W.st..e. J"T'uea.*" ,.Thar Frt Sat-. 8 80 p I Ar, KrvWmt. lIon.. W"d............ : yy F'

If tbe owner would provide blm wltb ar duty. all FLORIDA RESORTS, via tbe Plant System during the season of 1001-1<)K>2, lim Ar.u."ana. Wed.. Sat.. Mon ........ ....800.00 n C Ar.Lv. :Miami.Key Went.W.. four men be would rnHe. the scow for This plctura representsthe ited to return until- May 3st! with liberal/ stop-over privlledjies la' Florida. For _
a certain turn of The Trade Mark of Scott'. Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup eopy of Local Time Card address any Agent
money bargain Emulsion and U 0'the' plied with Information and handsome advertising matter. J. D. RAUNER, .&.alt. Oen. Pass. Agent, ST. AUQUSTINB. ]'LA.
van' mode though the contractor refused \' :::
to say bow be would go about i. rapper of every bottle. For Information aa to rates sleeping car reservation etc.,.

$ the Job"Now.. you must know that aside c/ .n I Vend SCOTT for free&simple roWXE. F.133 West M. Bay Jolly St.. Astor, Division Block Passenger Jacksonville Agent.! Fine Job Work

Fla., Executed
from tbe cobb and Hood 1 tide which 111.tl'rnote L Quickly, ,
t every nix hours. there I Is also 409 Pearl St., New York. B. VV Wren n, Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah, Ga.

nlmt ,Is known as u spring tide. This 300 and '1. all druggists. W. B. DEN HAM General Superintendent Savannah Ga.
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Opposite postoffice. Centrally.located. Thoroughly repaired and re- .

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ESTMORELAND gOTELVeat Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE "
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American plan., Centrally located. Just built and open-

ed this season., ,Fine cooking ,and /good table. Hot and Cold Water

Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All

street oars posit; the doon. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. ,' f

Mrs. A.,J. WALKER, 'Proprietor. #
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foe Windle? 10 East Forsyth Street. : ,. rand Main Entrancr, Strut and Front, South (1al/anal/ Ilotrl )V tlnry! Kltctne Car Terminal at left

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
South side ot rut-In-Bay Island, overlooking the site of Perry's Victory, 18lf:-Hence the nam Situated on the highest point In Lake Erie, being eighty feet;

above the water and five hundred feet from It. The largest and most handsomely; furnished SUMMER I HOTEL In the World r1
European plan. Dining Cafe and first-class In all .
; new appointments.Center Renowned for the social standing of Its patrons, for Its dimensions and magnificence, for its superb cuisine and admirable service, for the lavish provisions for

of city. Near all,car lines. Open for rooms November 15th; amusement of its guests. ItU universally acknowledged that It possesses the attilbutea that appeal to particular people-undoubted luxury and comfort, and superior

Cafe, November 39th. Rooms, one person one day, $1 and up; by the appointments, location and absolute. absence of mO lultoe". To the pleasure loving summer tourist It stands for all that is most enjoyable, The bust patron!

week, $3.60 and up. Ized and grandest hotel on CJB Great Lakes. The scones and environments are enchanting, conducive of rest and comfort.t .

C. B. SMITH, Proprietor.ST. /;,' Why not" spend your summer vacation' there ? Open fur season 1002: June lIHli. We want to Bond you our souvenir folder, rate card! and testimonial book. 4, t

,. '.. Address( 1*. "W. MoaRlilmRYnailctnstigor.:: : : .

AUGUSTINE .After-June! 1st, Pu ;)n-Bay, Ohio. '., .. .< '7z.: 4 Monroe: 5>'t., Toledo, Ohio. (
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. COltON ADO DEACII.'T KAU GALMi:.
[otel 1 Magnolia\
Opened for the season of 1002.A .
Newell' Seaside Hotel CORONADO .BEACH, FLA. Indian River Inn EAU GALL1K:, FLA. "
large addition has been constructed, adding Fifty :More KooiiiS, s (&at Of the finest beaches In the world) House Overlooks the Indian River. +, :rl

most of which have a Southern Exposure. They are newly and minutes Near the Duck Grounds of Banana, River, and the picturesque upper St. F
Under Thoroughly repaired and renovated. Five
new management. Johns noted for Black Boss
eio. open all I the ywur. Rates $J,00
hands9.1nely.furnished. and nearly all are connected with Private walk to North Ins Ian.River bridge-lbs> finest tithing {rounds on the Coast. day. Special rates by the week and month. Table will bu supplied with per ,,
,Surf bathing every month In the year Large Sun Pavilion facing the Ocean. Fish ,t all times. Oy.torsand Game In
) season. ,
Dat ls. The dining room has been enlarged to nearly twice Its former
A pleasant winter home at reasonable rates for those who are In search of rest, P, A. MoMILLAN.T-roprletor, l
size,and; various other Improvements have also been made at an health and pleasure. Hotel wagonette meets all trains at New Smyrna depot. ,
Postofflce In hotel. HERBEKT L. LEGO, Manager.
Expenditure of 30000. A first-class Orchestra will furnish I
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music twice dally. Rates $2.50 to $1.00 per day. Special weekly and -------s----HAWKS PAltK Hotel Granada
On Indian River. '
monthly rates. Special terms to parties. ,

PALMER & McDOJVELL, Proprietors. I The Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Gallle,Flu., l!>mites south of Jacksonville ,
BAY VIEW HOUSEJHAWKS PARK, FLA. on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating: hunting and
e fishing:, Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests. A first-class homelike .
LORIDA HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Good, homelike and comfortable place. Patronized bv companionable pea liotel. Rates $:.It 50 to $'1 00 per day. Mpnclal rates by month or season (
;' The Old City -u e-Sea. ple. Good table, home cooking.,: Fresh milk and vegetables. Warm and comfortable Open all the year, Address tiLEA.SON BROS., Eau Gallte, Fla.. PI

rooms. Excellent fishing from pier In front of hotel. Rates low. -- ,- -- -- - -_,_, H_ __ ,_... _--"
This well known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine Is WM. TtTNSTALL, Proprietor,, EIEN. r
a delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points ,of Interest that .. d
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no other resort possesses. Beautiful Roods and Beach for Driving
cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all .' ItOCKLTCDGi:, The
modern improvements that can contribute to the comfort of guests. Lib Netherby EDEN, On.Iadian-Itiver, FLA. t
erally conducted. Capacity 250.: Summer Rates: $:i to f 20 per day, $8 to ,
$12 week. For further particular address One of the loveliest locations on the river. All modern Improvements. ;
per -, \ F. C. HAYDEN,.Manager. Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDOE1!, FLA. Hot and cold bathe Sulphur Spring.: Excellent dunking: water;.
Plenty of fruit and Ice. Fish, Oysters and fresh vegetables; In abund
ance. Northern cooking House handsomely furnished with all the i i
...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... AND COTPAGES'NOW'; OPEN, comforts of a home. Boots. Trains stop at Ruxton Mtatlon on the
LGONQUIN HOTEL plantation. Pineapple district. Mrs. ),f. A. CURTIS, Manager.
ST'AUOUSTINE: FLORIDA.Sea JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND, THE WINTER.' l'
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The are large and airy, with TilE HOME OF TilE ORANGE. VEST '
View Open for rooms only. .rooms 1 AL>M JJI:ACII.
'LARGEST-AND BEST LOCATED HOTEL HERE.
comfortable beds. Rates moderate.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 000 GUESTS.BEAUTIFULI..Y .
:M M. A. S. PELL, Proprietress.MAGNOLIA THE PALMS. .
REDECORATED INSIDE, WEST PALM BEACH, TLA,
.. 2* NEW PORCELAIN :PRIVATE BATHS. ,
j A rut-class, home-like hotel, located on beautiful Lake Worth
: SPRINGS. opposite ;
ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELEVATOR, STEAM: HEAT,, LAUNCHES,
Royal Ponclana. Near railroad station and places of Interest. Special features, I
ORCHESTRA, EXCELLENT BOATING, FISHING and HUNTING.JL Comfort. Courteous attention, superior table and service, reasonable r.t.... ;
lagnolia Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. {..e MARSU, Proprietor and / House thoroughly renovated. Under New .Management. Experienced; whlt y
Springs M'anager.T waitresses will have charge of the ,
(St. Johns River.) dining. room. Good Fishing Hunting and
---- ---------------- ----_- --- Boating. Kates $2 to fa: per day. Special by the week. For Further Information
28 miles south of Jacksonville by Mali Line Plant System and river steamers.Open au I"'U i -[) liewsI .- ':l'1I"13 n. 1 1313 Ij address: The Palms, West Palm Beach, Fl.., J. C. Stowers, Prop.
fireplaces In all rooms. Steam heat Elevators. .Electric lights. Pure
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Tennis, Fishing. Shoot- --
spring water. No moeqilltoee"el1kept golf.course.
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Ing. Two swimming pool*and Vapor Baths. 14.00 per day. Special weekly .Plaza Hotel. I I'ALM JI1 AOJf.I .
rates O. D. SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. j +I N
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DALATICA. INDIAN RIVER Xl.oolK.loca.ffO: 37M.CI. ,I HOTEL. The Palm Beach, 300


he Graham Hotel PALATKA, FLA. I i "THE RESORT GREAT OK ORANGE FLORIDA.GROVE" !: t r-t;' Rates #3.00 per day and up." Speolal monthly.

Rooms with or without private bath. Located next ,
Near steamboat landing, and opposite the office of the Ocklawaba River. I the famous to Polnclana t4Il with autlfulrotunU 105x85
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day. Special low rates weekly) or A handsome modern hotel,located on the Indian y
Steamer Rates, t2l0 to $3.00 per LEE A NYE, roprleton. River, In the midst of all8o..acre bearing; orange grove Steam heat In overlooking tropical Lake"Worth. Close to ocean
monthly. very room, suites with bath; filtered rainwater; location conceded by and all the other attractions and sports of this most
the best In Rookledge East Coast Railway depot in the hotel
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popular winter resort In the world. Our porter*,
SEABIU E7 E. grounds. Oranges free to the guests Liberal management and rates. e s
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Accommodations for 20O ? with bicycle chairs meet all trains at Poinciana station.

I S. II. PECK, Manager Splendid fishing and shooting

Hotel Colonnades. Clarendon Inn. I Retainer ll. ort-Tli. M' ..r .Arlington Hotel Peto.k.r, Mloh. tenting resort w ?'"t, +scrwu'0 CIIAS. A. STONE, Manager, ){
.. + > .t.l.es 15051
of the
, OnTheRiver.. On-The-Ooean. tra1: J3 13 !If 13q ._ n .. _.j '
to $3. $11.00 to .. IJeLANI*.
$2.50 day
Rates Rates, : per -- --
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*'!,' per week' and $17.30 per week. '
I f I' sine! unsurpassed up. In any' hotel In Electric Lights, Furnace Heat, Up-to- HEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL, ROCKLEDGE, FLA. Hotel Putnam D.f.AOpen. FLA. f

Florida date house. from December to May

I Steam Heat, Electric o Lights Best of For those desiring the Sea, the Claren OPENED ON DECEMBER 14. Hpeclal Tarty, Family and Season Rates. Golf' Boating, Fishing, Hunting. i
:'ervfce don Inn has the finest location in Florida. tales tt to 11: per day. Special by the week. For Information, address,
Situated on the banks of the famous,Indian! River, In the heart of the orange WM. P. CHASE, Proprietor. I.
the 15th: of """"/ .
Orchestra at both houses after .. .. _
'Bus across the river to the hotels. raising district. Good banting; unexcelled: : fishing; and a flfst-class orchestra. -- -- -- --- -- -- - '- -
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train to Daytona, ALTAMOYTE1i1'ICINGB.
POST .I: GILL, 'Iaaagers. Rooms en suite with bath. Steam heat. Livery, launches and boats. .

-- Bates t2.'SO'per' day and upwards. Special weekly rate until January 20th. tt4)
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Orange Co. Fla.
: The ALTAMONTE )
G001>ALL, Opposite n ytona.S ]I. SHARES <& SON Proprietors. Open January lit 'i

---- Iteautlfully located among the tall pines and bearing On..a high
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FLA. MEIIIIITT ridge overlooking two beautiful spring fed lakes. First-class accommodations
GOODALL, Inland.
Merritt'a!
S Seaside I for 150 guests at rates that will pleas. you. Steam heat, open fires; modern
Inn. Formerly Seabreeze. lighting plant el.ctrlo bells. Excellent oulslne, white help. Finest black bass !
modern Hotel Riyeryiew ON INDIAN fishing, boating and hunting; beautiful walks and drives; bowling, billiard,
Directly on the Ocean beach, opposite Dajtoaa. New and RMERRITT, FLA. tennis, clock golf, /golf. etc.-all free to guests. Our water supply l from the ,
famous Altamonte Hprlng! on hotel grounds (the equal Poland water). An
Gas and electric bells to every room.'D; CASINO. On High Pine T.and. Health. comfort and sport. No better Hunting Ideal. winter home for health or pleasure. Send for booklet. ,

NEW DUNKLEE COSS, Proprietors. and Flaking la h onda. Sulphur Swimming! Bath. Fine yachting.Now GEO. E. IIATE8, Owner and Proprietor."The i
Open. J. J. WILKINSON" Proprietor. Grand," Mount Vernon, N. II., In summer tf) 4
'ummer hotel: Ocean View House, Pigeon Cove, Mass. .

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I[\:' FLORIDA Visitors nrolnvlted Additional Locals.Mr. Robbins & Graham Go. I E. L. :ee: _c.s.Ir :s O.

:' of the .--:.DEALERS IN_ ,
t to the Jewelry and /tfiUveilr shops

.1 n/ and Mrs W. ff.McFarland, who (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AB BAY, Ap ALL FOOD PRODOr,
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PVtiis << i9 have been at Enterprise for several weeks PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00. n
PRODUCE at all kinds. We are agents for
post arrived at the Indian River! hotel, We handle MAPES KH.H t r[[
\ Jacksonville 41 W. Bar St.; it. Augus yesterday, to spend a month or.1>. Dame Thl company owns We deal exclusively la the above line of goods and solicit the trade ,n t ',|, flip
tine In tbe Alcazar; Palm Beach, the to- tumor says Mao Is trying to make a new ers Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at you st,;M!cOlla.!
J;"f tuna of tbe'I'uIDclaoaLUlaml; the rotunda 1 deal for tbe late tent factory, to turn It Z-i .. 9. IDT :3D: S, E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSV1LI, >, pS \I.A'
of Royal Palm; Nassau, rotunda l i Into an orange box and vegetable, crate -
IB the :Indian River On the St.
Hotel. Co-atry;
.1 of the Colonial factory.

I r Messrs. E. L. Clarke, of Montreal; Luole River; at New River and on Bay w. CAaaOLL

ANHEUSER BUSCH. and L.Jl. Clarke, of Toronto, Canada; Biscayne. Prices to lult the times. $
...THE If you have ECZEMA, PIMPLES,CATARRH have been making their headquarters at -- -Dealer ID-
the Indian River hotel, Titusville, this Send for Land List.
DIPHTHERIA, bore Throat
Brewing Asso's. week. They ate a very Jovial couple of Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla ,, GROCERIES{ GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
or any BLOOD or SKIN dloeaae, HAN hunters, and have come to Tltiisvlllo for ,
and At Crockery, Glass and Tinware. ,- TOUT:' Patronage
COCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR Is a guaranteed the purpose of hunting fishing: OBO.M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN Solicited,
4s' )amour Bt.Louis Keg and Jlo present they are camping; oat In tile President Actuary.Brerard TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,
I cure. woods with a guide and dogs and are
tied Bear .. '
, : r.: For Sale by having a good time generally.Mr. Abstract of Title Co. -- 1
Lesley sad
tl } hid bJ'MoMn. A. ,
? 1 R.JU Motlow,Tltu.Ylll.,J1a. :1'. 313. SO :IiJ'VEJN": .. Misses- .Marguerite and Mrs. E..and 3. Drenaen Marie Drennea and the WILL TURKISHAbstracts INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

P I I By Mr R.L.Motlow,Cocoa,Tla. DRUGGIST. sailed down to Tltusv/llle, ,.yesterday of Title TITUSVILLE, FLA.

ZAPF TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. company with Miss Lenore prenoen, -FOK LANDS IN- I.prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special
l JOSEPH attach
who left for her northern home after a
pleasant of two months with her uncle Brevard County. paid sacking for Taohts or for family use. Pair dealing Is my motto. -

,n Sole Agent. BAND CONCERT, DANCE AND and aunt at the Dura mitt Orange Grove. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
I Office under Law Office of
Mr. and \Mrs. Drennen are anticipating; a
CAKE WALK
Ii a visit from Mr.John MoCluskey his GEO. M. ROBBINS, --=
X610 to,020 Wes' Bay Street, J.R. WAI.KEB. C. II. SWAW
daughter of Kane. Pa.: and \Mrs. CooK. Trrnsvn-i-K.. FEast (!
: : J Ir.' FLA. On Tuesday evening the Indian River of Plttsburg, Pa.; a sister of Mr. Mo-
v JACKSONVILLE, Band gave .a concert In the Opera house, Cfaskey. They are expected here In a Goods Shoes
I Tltusvllle, which was largely attended. day or so. Coast 'Meat Market Dry t

1 .4. P"J.orl.Cl.a: :.Ean.: During the Intervals, Ice cream and cak. -Dr. and Mr. H. Tucker, of Philadelphia
I served to those who felt like
were '
par- who hare a. F. DUREN, Agent. Furniture
; GREAT DISCOVERY. taking thereof. At ten o'clock the baudperformanoe been visiting ,various
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Kxbtbltod la presence of Judge| Christie. ,Pros- [ ceased, and dancing then placesBeach the East Coast as far as ::1 ,
outing Attorney of tbs Criminal Court) of Duo commenced with arrived.at the Indian River'
; f val County. Fla.,and Jacksonville, Th.. 1,000 Indulged: until 11:40 treat! : gusto m. and was hotel, Tltusvllle, on Monday. The Doctor pa -: Notions and Millinery ]
f totters of Testimonials of the Cure : tion. Catarrh, Asthma elo., from _me of the At this hour all the cakes-and there Is fond of shooting: and, fishing, and o ICIo
I I'. most prominent oltlMnn of the Uoltwl' Bratea.Agantu were quite a number that he baa been jhavlng' good time along the Pia
evenlqg-were
: 5 1 r l oth MXM, _at..I., $1 package i trial of "white East Coast. Mrs. Tucker is also\pretty -=- New Goods at close" prices.
disposed cake walk"W
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good husband
joins on
e the next thing In order. Mr. Wm. ... YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
WILLIS ft. YOUNG. JACKgQirVUJJC I ICIo I
: some of his trips on Indian River. Yesterday -
\ M. Brown, president of the Bank of Bay '-
Biscayne, and bis wife "started she. ball Dr. and Mrs Tucker again went John R. Walker & Co. '
and It dock snooting, and returned with& thirty- ,
oiling, was not long ere quite a
number of the dancers were on the door seven ducks. Tbe Doctor left for Banana _. c.at TITUSVILLE, FLA.Whaler's a J I
i CItrus Trees. for the cake walk; and AI.....), A. W. River this morning, and It Is probable a -

,4 ,: Bale, Chas H. Walton and 8. J.;Norton ducks he will return with another big stringof re.TITUSVILLE ICIo a

were The
.' appointed Judges. way those
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1'1n cake walkers went at it would have surpi -This (Friday) evening and tomorrow FLORIDA.

'.. J lied tbe colored folks, bad any been afternoon ae three o'clock, an enter Store.
:, ; present They twisted and twirled, talnment will be given by some of our Jewelry
i:: 1,000) boxes of Citrus Fruits, -84 varieties danced and pranced, and went tbrough beat local talent, when there will be several
-will be marketed from our orchards so many peculiar contortions and maneuvers songs, fancy dances; etc., .a one-sot i
( that the audience laughed until their and lots
play of other fun for those who
'!lr I!' and nurseries this season. An excellent side ached and tears trickled down their attend. The play Is entitled"Sunset: ," Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Etc!
;, I t chance for prospective orange growersto cheeks. Admiral Dewey, Mr. Joseph and the love scene In this alone II said ,

I-' tt, I test fruit and select varieties. Jefferson and Mr.Frederick Martin, who to be wortb the price of admission,which
: f, k All prominent .ub-troploallrult tree.. were judges at the cake walk at the Is :20ots and lOuts. This entertainment SPECIAL ATTENTION lven to Repairing of Fine Watches
; Breakers, Palm Beach, last Saturday .I.. going to be an up-to-date affair and
:Hoses and ornamentals In stock. and All work warranted ior 13 months
; : ;il night, should have seen the Titusville '.. the there Is an old English saying, Jewelry
'*y, I itI' t oake walk, and they would have been de "Laugh and grow fat," our readers had "Mall Orden will receive prompt and careful attention
Glen lighted. None of the Judges were "api better be on hand early, and avoid the
t i St nMary Nurseries proaohed," as Mr Jefferson said, 1 at the rush. Doors open at .,:::10. and carriages TITUSVILLE;:, ,- FLORIDA
Breakers' cake walk, and at the end of maybe ordered for Id o'clock p. m.
this grotesque and funny dance, the
) f'' G. L. Taber, Prop. judges awarded the cake, jointly, to Miss ? i
Catherine Junes, of New liar t ford, MRS BROWN ENTERTAINS.Monday .
: 'I;1;; GLEN ST. MARY, FLA. Con D., and Mr. Bert Ives, of Philadelphia Sneeial Attention !

,,;w, ,1'a. who divided It between them. afternoon the Progressive Culture ____ _n
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evenings the Opera house for-sometime at club home was of moatch.rmIDglyentertaln.ed the Club's president, Mrs. have no terrors for the well Insured man. -.L- .
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past.Among -
4 Wm. M. Brown. After the topics of the lie Is In the
Orange Lemon those who served the cake and day had been discussed each memberwas secure knowledge that what.ever

Ethel Ice cream Coutantfwho were: Miss also Nellie acted Reed cashier, Miss !given a dainty card,and pencil,'on happens bis family well providedfor. Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware,
as ), And the
which was written the numerals up to oust of this security Is
Mire Bessie Ur card Miss Jennie Miller '
Miss Kate Pritohard, Miss Helen Miller,, cards twenty.with On water different color tables drawings were, placed really very small. Our rates on Harness and Stoves.jplp'Our .
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Miss Florence VanUndlnghana, Miss Emma representing L1.ro: Xn.s-u.ran.oo.: :
popular of the day. A
Grapefruit, Wright and several other charming songs i Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.
hush fell the .
as passing moderate
young ladles whose. names the ADvoCATE upon guests, are and by taklngjut a policy ,
Kumquats. reporter failed to get. through the different rooms they were at an early age the benefits are greater
confronted by cards, with such pictures
Jas. FritCshard A Son.
Tbe entertainment for the and
was
benefit given as a cow and a JII,.' What I. that?1>>came premiums lower. ,
of the
ii Fine, heavy, stock; one and two-year- netted the sum Indian of $40.River Band, who In a whisper. Oh I you must not tell, SCHUYLER & 3RANNINO,

1 4.. old buds and grafts; on sour orange, lemon hush And the iriaeats paused on, only TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Postofflce Box: : 212,

M t and trlfollata stock. A full line of W, L. Yanoy, Paducah, Ky., writes\; : down to see, "Only a sweet One girl's.Girl head in the, and World jotting for Correspondence Invited. T3.tL11e:: :- F orlda.: ;

1 ti ,4 decldluus fruit trees, ornamentals), etc. "I had a severe case of kidney disease, Me," when Use\ picture represented, "Goo
? -'. Send for new catalogue and price list, and three of tU/' best pbyslolans southern Goo Eyes." Mrs. Edgar Rollins was the I

s giving full particulars for selecting varieties Kentucky treated me without .\10oes. lucky winner of the tint prize, and Miss I
1 and .. I was Induoed to try Fole r's Kidney Reed won the booby. Then delicious refreshment S'EEDG.I: :
planting, cultivating, etc
Cure. The tint bottle gave immediate were served, and each memo
ail Ocklawaha Nurseries relief and three bottles cured me perman ber was given n card, and whatever the
ently. I gladly recommend, tblll wonderful card represented they should sing, which ONION--White and Red Bermuda.
O. W. CONNER, Prop. remedy." Take no substitute. B. n, caused a great deal ,of merriment, for
Wllsun A Son.HUNTING among the guests there several
Ii TANGERINE, F LOIR DA. were very
tine singer. Mm. Br< wn was 'assisted GENUINE SewliFlorida .
I Imported Stock, Just Received. Finest Strains of.Garden
b AND FISHING ON In receiving by Mrs. Jones, Miss Jones 1864

c Hodgson Bros. THE "EAST COAST, and Miss Mr.Louise.Brown's charming daughter, 87 Seed Rye and 00 Day Oats. Georgia :Bye. Texas Oats. Barley.


EAU: OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, 7LA. Q-SeDd for Catalogue. .
,C The members of Canaveral Club have ,INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. I
Marine Railway have been sending hundreds of ducks to L. CAMERON., The Seed Store.

Oeneral Merchants and Ship Chandlers.Special Tltuivllle oMato, for free distribution.. The annual meeting of the stockholders .!.-:,'" .. ..,1.\1.;. '.;"..'."..:>..''...'.'".'E.-.sr.....:!__,. T2S East Bay Street. .JACKSONVILLE: FLA. '

Facilities. I F. J. Simmons, of Detroit; and Dr. of the Indian River State Bank was .: ." ,.':.'.!..- ::#:.. ::- :-.: j.: = 'I
I Newman' of New York,who are at Kock- held Monday, Jan. 27tb, In the banking 0 "wt........
it For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing ledge, .a few days ago brought In by farthe parlors. Tbe old officers were reelectedfor WITH TUB,,NEW YEAR ._ X8TABU8HKD.187O. '.
Yachts and Launches beat string of black bass'that has tbe ensuing year, as follows: James open up one of ray bottles of
,' Mention the been caught at Lake Polnaett this season Prltcnard, president; Wm. M. Brown, OLD WltfE.OR WHISKEY I
ADVOCATE
when writing ; there were :HO In all, the lot weighing vlue-president; Chat 8. Scbuyler. cash and drink to tbe health and M. Lane & Son
llttlbs.! There were four In the bunch ierV.: 8. financing, assistant oas" n1er. friends and self prosperity of i
n, :DE3T.: CJ.B.A.: "VEJN"rv. that weighed over 81l>s. each. The office! of assistant cashier. _Is a new These goods are during pure tbe and year.wholesome ,

1 ; Dr. Henry Tucker, of Philadelphia, cashier one, created on account or Air. oonuyier, Unexcelled for richness, strength and 260 I
WASHINGTON:
resident .
l Artesian Well Contractor who arrived here on Monday, hss been Planters'being Bank manager of tbe ,flavor. STREET NEW' YORK;,
Security at Jensen Fie
amusing himself duck this Right for health and !
shooting Mr. hospitality.
..Dealer I In.. week. Although the weather has been In tbe Brannlng Indian Hirer baa been the bookkeeper ROBT. L. MOI'LOW, Southern
State Bank
I for tbe Fruit
and Produce
}} uk AermotorsTanks and Pumping quite ten ducks warm on this Tuesday.week,the On Doctor Wednesday bagged past five years or more, and*has proved TITUSVILLB a..d COCOA, FLA. I

A'' !it jl Machinery. Mrs. Tucker joined her husband and himself worthy of this new'po.ltloo to
which he Is
DELAND elected. .
i FLORIDA. they retul ned to the Indian River hotel ,
\\ft Tltustllle, with fourteen ducks, Mrs., Bank The deposits of the Indian River State L. A. Hildreth, Coro.ro.1ss1oc.: Merchants.:
I Tucker on January lat, 100-J, were nearly
I shot several
having of
Notice Non-Restdent. them 9130,000. A dividend of 4 per cent for Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Brands SPECIALTIES: ORANGES' AND GRAPEFRUIT. ,Stencils, Cards and our
'I:1 1-:1 Senator W. J. LaRoche and Mr. Chas. the preceding six months were declared
I ,:f :. F. Nnethlng, of New York; also Mr. J. and 4 per cent was placed to surplus ac ..of... quotations furnished on application..' ,
''t INTRECIRCUiTCOURTINANDJRBR.. Ross Valentine, of Woodbridge, N. J., count. Mr. Sohuyler was elected resi
I I i I, Mary Jackson lu Chancery who. have been cruising on the house dent manager of the Planters' Security Rom Brandies Whiskeys Gins

.' \ -VS- )J I ant for Divorce. boat Rose Marie, In command of Capt. Bank, at Jensen, and Harry Jennings, of The Oldest Established: Oralff and Bead House In the State
Tom Jackson. ) J. M. Lallln, left for their respective Tlbbals, was elected director Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout.
t" Notlue to Non Resident. homes on Monday,after a month's sport
To Tom Jackson
1 i a Y414 11
You are hereby required. to appear to the bill They had an enjoyable time while on Indian DEATH OF The best whiskey and liquors served by '
t of complaint herein tiled against you In tli.. River, and killed all the ducks they PIONEER CITIZEN :cl..6.:: .. :E30"\LrS: %: Co.
and
above imtltlml ouuim. on or before the let day .
Aiirll -
The : ri-COAST! ADVOCATE,a had swimming every morning. We very much regret to chronicle the first class Hue of
newspaper foreignand
published ID said County, |I." hereby' d alinaMil death of one of our pioneer! citizens, Mr. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
an the newepaperln, :| which. thin order hall lx Bethel J. Stewart, which occurred at domestic cigars. ,
ppuublisshed UUOlt each week for. .eight conaeeutir.W ELECTRIC NOVELTY DANCER 0 o'clock last Sunday
evening
January
/
HUM. my band and the seal of said. Court 2tJ, 100J at his home at Bovine, from FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited Flour Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
this the 3 tit day of January, IV!. Coming to Tltunrltl. pneumonia, after only a week's illness STI.'uwr
A. A. SThWART, Prompt and careful'attentlon givento < 112 East
Mr. Stewart was about 57 of see. Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
t,, Clerk Circuit Court. M'lle. Faustina, the electrical novelty years age, _
?y 0 A. Stewart D.C. aijaiidt I dancer will\ the and came to this section In the latter mall orders, accompanied by cash.L. AoRta forfurlna Feed. Warehouses .
:Opera houseon'L'hundayevening, Feb. part of the sixties, where he has since on tracks of S. A. L. R'>. and Plant Sy teoL

.1 Photography, Picture Frame 13th. M'lle. Faustina is a gay, bright resided lie was a good citizen, and A. HILDRETH, -

and Mouldings. little soubrette-full of fun. She has while he has never held a count office, FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA
given two very successful engagementsin he has ever been prominently active In The Nation's

Portrait Landscape and Marine Photo-( St. Augustine this season, and has democratic circles, being in attendance "San ffiateo"nil
graphs. Portraits In all the latest stjlos, been engaged to play the entire East at numerous conventions, and for a num Draylntr.
(i Old pictures copied and enlarged to any Coast hotel circuit. Faustian Is fresh his ber of years was Justice of the Peace of Best Cigar-
size and finished la any style desired from New York city, and has selected district. Draylng or hauling all kinds prompt.
1.1 Florida views for sale. Work flnlshed following dance.: The deceased leaves a wife and four ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
for amateurs at trade price. Shepard Boys' Frolic, La Kspanlta, In children, and a sitter and two brothers, wood supplied. It9H:
F. M. TAYLOR, Gay Puree, La Dance Eccentric, Trans one of them being our county auditor, ALFRED UAULKT: Tituavllle.
Tltusvllle, Fls.lllldltcli formation, Fire, Egyptian Notch Dance, Mr. A. A. Stewart, to mourn his loss. Florida,.
Maid of the Moon, and the Iroquois The remains were interred at tbe Eau Clothing
\ Cleaned Dyed Why buy '
Oallle Imported cigars, made from wits
Snow Storm. Faustina, carries a complete cemetery on Wednesday.The heavy tropical tobacco, doctored
Steam- Laundry. electric plant; also the most beau. opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five.cent*
tiful costumes,'costing thousands of dol. Pressed and Repaired. Ladles' dresses price
Basket will leave office of Southern Ian. white man's burden I is usually In a specialty. Address,

Kx press Co., every R.Tuesday W. JOYNBR morning Patrons of the Opera house will be en digestion,,sleepleasnoss which means,weariness no appetite of Irritability SAM: FERKIVS: FREE BY MAIL TO ANY! Rex: : ofZ6..... ... .... u.oa
: Agt body Magnolia Avenue
tertained with something new and novel, and bra 10. Dr. Loyal Ford's and 6th Street .. ADDRESS....../ Box .,. slit%
j utile ray( little Faustina never falls to clde la a new and perfect Djspeptl-It aids P. O. Box: 355. Sanford, Fla. of so. ... .... .. ..
IT Reading notice ads. on this peg please Reserved seat tickets will be for curs. s.
N are nve cents per line per week. sale at the Eagle Clothing Store. digestion acts D.tones R. Wilson and regulates the atom : Kilter" tubes are now for sale at W_ ROW'SIEY'
Son. ,
this office
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price 3V>ts; postage extra.
it i SAN MATEO, FLA.
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