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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: February 7, 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
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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).
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OL.. 33. NO. 94. TITUSVULL/E, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, -FEBRUARY 7. 1OO3. PRICE, &Bo.: 1 1

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'! LOCAL NEWS I FOR FINE DENTAL WORK OO TO SAM PERKINS, Sanford Is Dyeing. CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH HUNTING AND FISHING OIS AMONG THE HOTELS.
Dr. Dodson, near Indian River hotel. Gallery,Tltusvllle, and look at samples, -
I Attorney Geo. M. Robbins spent a THE EAST COAST
lid Topics of General Interest. -Mr. F. ):. Bond, of DeLand ,passed day or ao at. Miami the first of the week. -Mr. Kobt. L. Motlow went to Cocoa Whore to stop along( : the East Coast.
through here, Tuesday, on his way to yesterday See list of hotels on 7th page.;
I : places south as far as Miami.. THE REMOVAL SALE CONTINUES Mr. W.W, Fisher of Philadelphia, has
THE ADVOCATE at John R. Walker A Go's., Tltusvllle.Mr. -" .--Capt. Geo. 0. Oleason, of Eau Gal- been In town since Sunday, bagging quit Hotel men should read the hotel ads.
11.60( annum In ad ranee. HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures : lie, was a pleasant caller at this office a number of ducks.) on this page. There are a couple of
1100 per six months, h all blood and skin diseases. For sale by '- W. 8. Norwood left here. Wednesday yesterday hotel. In the market.
an. to foreign countries. J.B.Screven, druggist TitusvtHo! Fla. for Eldorado where he will be Mrs. Kate) Gillman visited\ her friend
2.00 per l. Interested tl farming.Mr. -Mr. R. L. Griffith, a champion amateur Miss Lee, at Melbourne Bench, last Saturday The Palms and Seminole hotels West
Wen you subscribe for the ADVOJTB -Mr. M. C. Fitzgerald, of St. Paul fisherman of Providence it. I., 1 la and when on her return trip bj Palm Beach are doing, rushing bush
the It does not cost you Minn father of Editor W. F. Jlbb, telegraphoperator Read their ads
by year fitzgerald.of the again at Rookledge for the season. boat, caught a tine trout weighing ten ness.
included. at Rockledge made a flying trip to Tltusvllle
\\oe teats per week postage Sunday.Mr.Gazette-News. Daytona* was In town on last Saturday.Mr. ,-Mr. J... F. Pettee oneof Rocktod e's pounds, more or leas says our Melbourne The Seaside Inn, at Ooodall near. Daytona
Note date of expiration printed upon prominent winter residents, left for Now correspondent. Is a cosy up-to-date hotel noar the

(ur paper or wrapper evexy week. This R. N. Andrews, of Cocoa, was In U. S, Jones, Jr., after spending York on a short business trip Tuesday.Mr. Mr and Mrs James Anderson, of Cincinnati ocean, which yoti should not ml... '
No need
k receipt for your motfey. town from until a day or so In town with his parents, re t
{ us to lend receipt for .lubscrlptlon.e Sunday Monday morn turned to St. Lucie on Tuesday, R E. Minis, Supt. of Public In'atruutlon 0., guests of the Palm Ueaoli Hotel Oolonnadoa and Clarendon Inn, ;
ing, having: come to town upon matters record! at duck
hotel, are making a great .
Soabreece
date gt I.ellit to you was In town this week, attending are fast tilling up with tourists
connected with the School Board. Dr. C. P. member of the
Platte a shooting. Thoy brought In thirty-live
of hotels do
Is the !usual monthly meeting tbe They are up-to-date so
rna EAST COAST ADVOCATE five on -Mr. Geo. F. Paddlson Eau Uallie'a Brevard School Board. arrived In town School Board. ducks .on Monday and lore still on the not forget them. j
ia the following news-stands at / and returned Fort Pierce next the 1"
at prominent lumber merchant Sunday, to hunt for many more says ADVO
was
eta per copy : southbound a pass day. -Mra.\ Webber mnnagereas at the C. CATE'S Palm Beach curieapondent. Manager S. H. Pock of Hotel Pinna a
Titusvllla-B. R.Wilson A; Son. enger; on yesterday's train, A. Gardner dry goods store who has and Manager Arthur l.. Marsh of HotelIndian1" r k
en route home from a visit to Palatka. -Mr. E. L. Brady, wbo.bas been look Dr. Henry Tucker, of Philadelphia.
t"; J. B, Soreven. been on the sick Hat for a weelt la again River Rockledgn. were among
Jacksonville-. Duval hotel. -ll des Zora Card, who bas been spendIng Ing after his Mlamllntere.ts during the In the store, looking as bright; as ever. a guest of the Indian Klver hotel, Titus. the pleasant callers at this ollloo yester
News stand Union depot a month with her parents at Fort past two or three 'll'eeks. returned horn vII Ie. whose duok-shooting record we
St. Augustine-Hotel Ponce de Leon. Pierce, stopped over here from Sunday on ueaday. --Mr. Wm. Praetorlua of Canaveral, published In last week's ADVOOATIC, ball day.The
to to Magnolia hotel and Flotilla 1<<1 house,
came over town Wednesday meet several this
been out days week
, Hotel Alcazar. until Monday en route to Sanford and -Mr. T. B. Hicks of the fish firm ofT again i'
Indies River M-eaara. W. E. Rlpley and R Vlall of and bagged over 101)() ducks. Mra- Tucker St. Augustine have been doing a> large)
,cklelge-Hotel> Poinciana. other places .B. Ulcks A Co., Sebastian, after spendIng Providence, R. I., who arrived hero yesterday joined her husband one couple of bla tourist business during the past three; ,
ilm. Beach-Ro'al -The many Indian River friends. of a week: In Tltusvllle, has returned to on the noon train, and after taking hooting trips. weeks every room In the hotels having
"
Breaker
1 Tbe .
' Mr. J. G. Bennett and his sister Mlsai Sebastian. dinner at tbe Indian River hotel left ben occupied on.M few occasions. Read
:taml-! Hotel Royal Palm Bennet, of New York are pleased to net Brevard! County Commissioners were I' for Canaveral where they said they expected Messrs. Rnbt. C. Heaton Dudley B. their ads. on 7th page! ,

1 Readinges them at Kockledge again. Mr. Bennett la remarkably quick in getting through' to stay, for a while. Mr. Rlpley( Fay and N. H. Emmons, of lloaton, who Hotels Indian. River, Plaza and New "
'fcf: ads. 'are tea cents one'of the champion amateur fishermen their business this week having adjourned Is one of our Providence subscribers have been having great sport the killing Rookledge have no cause to complain at; '
br line en this page. who visits Indian River every winter on Tuesday morning-the quickest who Is on a hunting and fishing trip with) ducks at Canaveral Club during past the tourist business they are doing\ this l
weeks returned Tituavllle, yesterday
(. 'I. i his friend Mr. Vlall. two ,
time hare
cleans clothes we" known. ,
Sam Perkins Sanford -Mr. H. W. Matthews of Baacora, 0.,, on the Club's launch, Widgeon soaaon. The beautiful orange groves area 4
-ildorman F. A. Morgan and family who has recently purchased a desirable -Miss Margaret Rlley: and party 01'' -The ladles of St. Gabriel's Guild! of Mr. Heaton has gone to St. Augustine to great, attraction and tourists should ,
ve moved into the Chaffee cottage In piece ot property at I"ckl !dge, was a friends of Boston passed through beret, refreshments church will bold a sale of' meet and accompany his wife to th* not fall to stop off at Itooklndge on their
uth Tltuavtlle.Miaa pleasant caller at tl\la otTlco Saturday Wednesday, on their way to the) Palm and fancy work on Tuesday Royal Polnotana, Palm Beach; Messrs. way south or north. Road the ads on
Mr. Matthews building a winter home Beach hotel Palm Beach. On her re evening next, Feb. llth, at the Emmons' and Fay, the other two crack 7th page.We .
- Nellie Francis of Fort Meade, at RockJedge, where he expects to spend t.uro. Miss Riley will stop off at Cocoa. house. Admission to the ball will be free, shots, having left for Boston. Hupt. J. acknowledge of an Invitation
IL, arrived In town on Saturday en ,his/ winters In the future aud during the evening musical selections O Bast; accompanied them as far a* 'Tl to attend the opening reception at
wbo has been
-Mr. Gee
Canaveral teach school. Gompb, employed
tIe to wllll be rendered at Intervals. Refreshments \
-Mr. J, R. Lea therm an, a prosperous In the Indlaa River !State: Dank at tusvllle. the Casino Alcazar, St. Augustine), last
of Ice cake coffee
There was a meeting of Friendship merchant and orange grower of VVabaaao, this place for the past eight months wasa sandwltchea and home cream made, candy, will Messrs. E, L. Clarke, of Montreal; and night, given: by Bupfe i. M. Taylor but k f

apter No. 11, Eastern Star, at their was a pleasant caller at this office, Mon passenger on Sunday's southbound be for sale booth and fish pond L. II, Clarke of Toronto Canada, guest) regret to say that a pffevlous'engagement
apter-room Tltusvllle on Tuesday day. Mr. Leatherman who Is also postmaster train en route to Miami where he will will also be among the attractions A of tbe Indian River hotel.Tltusvllle, who precluded our editor attending. These j

moon and express agent at his place, I be employed in the Bank of Bay Blsoayoe. cordial Invitation Is extended to all to be had been camping In the woods)toe about events are always very enjoyable and s.l
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Paddlson and reports Wabasao as in a nourishing condition a week or so, returned to the hotel on we take possible In attending them
visiting with excellent for the Wilting us from New London Conn.,, present. they had had whenever .
Idren, of Eau Gallie were prospect Tuesday afternoon, saying
, and Mrs Geo. M. Bobbins on Sun- Mr. Ben]. W. Jerome formerly of Rook- Among the arrivals at the Florida glorious time and bad shot all the quail I The New Victoria It '.he name of a new
and West Palm Beach : "The
f and Monday. future.Mr.. Augusus Piton and his daughter ADVocATEjaa ledge; welcome, visitor says and House on Sunday were Colonel Elmer E., and other birds they needed. 'Dr. E. E. hotel In Jacksonville, which has Just boon

-Mrs. S. G. Vanlandlngham who has passed through Titusvlile, Friday last, comes regularly very every week. We have Coats of Veedersburg Indiana, and Mr Rollins and Mr. W. H. MoFarlanil also opened by Mr. R. Blxlcr, recently manager .
of en route from New York to Palm Beach, mild with Chap H. Walton editor and proprietorof joined Messrs. Clarke In the wood, but of the Rlvervlew hotel, Riverside 1
visit of a couple bad far winter here
so a
n on a pleasant very
the K AST CoAsT ADVOCATE who were drove Mr. !Moifar* .
I aka or so with her daughter; Mrs. D. and from there to Hobe Sound, where little snow, I bat considerable rain. ThisIs one night's cold snap Everything at this hotel I I. n.w. with tine
Pltou them a fortnight enjoying the beauties of the city yesterday. land home. We return thank for a present suites of and baths free '
Mrs. preceded rooms private
lei, at tit. Augustine, returned: to Tlville the first winter I have spent North) In
. or so ago. Mr.. and Miss Pltou were accompanied 18 I have had no cold and Colonel Coati, who Is a "wealthy of seven of the quail bagged. On bus, etc. This hotel l,, situated at the
Tuesday.Mr. myhealth )
on
years. and prominent citizen of Veedersburg.ha Clarke and MoFar.
by Mr. Joi. Arthur and wife, was never better." Mr. Jerome' 1 Wednesday Messrs. corner of Main and Adams streets Head
and Mrs. W. R. Stage and Miss of Pelham Manor N. Y. East Coast friends will be glad to not long returned from a tour arounJthe land boarded the yacht Awlxa, and sailed the ad. on our 4th page
Idle Reed of Knightstown Indiana, many world. He bas !gone on a visit to oft on a duck: shooting and ttahlna; .n..Wlndl. 1 I ,
(o have been guests of the Indian Klv- -On our 8th page will be found the learn thia. Tampa, and from there will go to Tltu cruise on Indian River. They shot 80 The Duval, Weatmoreland il' ,

hotel I, Tltusvllle for several weeks, ad. of Col. J. B. Tognt dealer In choice Commodore E. M. Ooodall of San- vllle, Rookledge, Palm Beach, Miami ducks yesterday, and have gone for mon hotels, Jacksonville, whose tads will be
Id a visit to Rockledge on Wednesday.Mr. wines liquors and cigars. Col. Togo I ford, Me., the well-known plush manu Havana Santiago, and places In Ceotralaod to-day. found on our 7th page, have been doing
bad his place of business and large stock facturer; Mr. Justin M. Loavltt, a prominent Mouth America, not forgetting to a phenomena) tourist business of late.
J. M. Sltton representing G, of superior goods destroyed I in Jackson politician and recorder of deeds; visit Old Mexico lie Is- much pleased. Upon several occasions they had to turn

Green Medicine Co., of Woodbury ville's great fire; but by perusing. his ad. Mr. Fred J, .&Allun an expert follower of with Bt. Augustine and hopes to again : MARRIED IN TITUSVILLE. people away. Still these hotels are not
'1 manufacturer Of the August Flower it will be seen that he is again In business l. Blackstone; and Mr. N. H, Fogg postmaster visit It at no distant date. Colonel tl German Syrup was In Titusvllle last In a flue, new building near the old of Sanford Me., who left Tltus will take about two or three month visiting Mr. lisle T. Knox was married to MUs( orally room for another Io not forget
furday, and gave this office a pleasant stand on Bay street, .Jacksonville wherehe vllle In Mr. Goodall'a auxllllary launch, the above places.St. Augustine Julia Christine Norwood Monday after these hotels when you visit Jackson.

I. will\ be glad to greet his old and new Nemo, on the 25tb: of January retursoJhere << Record noon at the residence of the nltY. W. N.Chaudoin vine oI.

)f88sr,. John C. Jones of Klondike; friends. Monday, and left for other point.s.rutb THE REMOVAL SALE CONTINUES LaGrange, who officiated. The Palm Beach hotel Palm Beach

A. Conkllog, of Tillman';! J. R. Mlot, -The launch Nora arrived here Saturday us far as Palm Beach and Miami. at John K. Walker & Co'., Tltusvllle. The nuptial knot was tied at 3-TO: o'clock Is fast filling up with tourists, and attests
Indlanola; add J. F. Bell I 1. of Whitey evening with the following jovial We acknowledge a pleasant calL when the happy pair became one. After to the popularity this hotel) has '

: members of the Board of County on board: Mine Marie Lufbery., the wedding they went to housekeepingIn grained although only opened for the
party -Mr. Win.M. Brown, president of the BRAKES ,
mmlsaloneis, arrived In town last Sun- FUNERAL OF MR. In North Tltus '
of Cbauny France (whose father Is one Bank of Bay Blsoayoe Miami, accompanied she Norwood cottage first tlm this Its situation Its'
and attendance at the meetof -
J, were In Royal
of whe ADVOCATE'S valued subscriber), by his aluter-ln-law Miss Catherine -- vllle. nearness to the 1'olnclana Its very
); our County Daddies this week. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Cushmao, of New Jones, of New Hartford, Cons., and his .The funeral of the late Mr. Horace P. The contracting parties are well and pleAant, Uglltralry rooms, all combine '
-Capt. John Houston a boat builder York; Mrs.E. Carpenter Mrs. E. A. Jef- daughter Mia Louisa Brown were passenger Share, 01 New Haven Conn.; and Kock- favorable known In Tltusvllle thn bride to; make place for those 1
Eau (Oallie, gave this office a pleasant feries, II. J. Stockman and wife John on Sunday's southbound train en ledge, Fla., whose death was chronicled being the daughter of Mr. and Mr*. W. not wishing to stop at tit* 'larger hotelsin
I II 1 Ion Tuesday, and examined Walton's Burns, wife and mother of Cbarlevolae route to Miami where they spent several In last week's ADVOCATE, took place b. Norwood prominent and old-ttma residents this beauty: spot of the world. t

tent Self-Locking: Pulley :Block: He Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Kesloe, H. days In seeing the beauties of the metropolis last Saturday afternoon at the home of of Tltusvllle; while Mr. Knox lathe Hotel Seminole West Palm Beach
>ught It a splendid Invention and It C. Hasklns of Dallas, Texas; E. A. Llnd- of Dade., They -were at Palm Beach his BOO, Mr. John O. Shares,New Haven son of a former alderman of Tltusvllle under the of Mr. J. 0., i
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doubtedly will supersede all other berg G.C. bmlth -and C*s. Shabb. of Wednesday night, guest of the Royal Conn. The body arrived from Passadena and bolda a position a* telegraph : management
Is flu tourist
Hey blocks on the market. They aret Daytona. They stayed at the Indian Poinciana, and returned to TItusv del Cal., where he died, on Thursday operator at the F. :E. C. R'y station, at Summers buslnesn., This now hotel doing hat been a thoroughenovattd -

for sale yet although we have bad River hotel until Sunday, when they left )'eaterdayafternoon. week. The Interment took place at.the this place. I. the I IItoyI
) 11' directly opposite
had friends tender the happy ;
level! calls for them. for Port Orange sod Daytona. They Fairmont eemwtery. Their many r
yi
been on a trip as far as Rockledge, and Deceased was a man of sterling quail- couple hearty congiatulstlona, In whiou Polnolsaa; sod commands a One 1"
-Mr. L. F. Pettee's fine launch Raln- Gardner's view of Lake Worth. Theulslnls said Aly'
said they bad bad a glorious time. Flyers. lie*-modest and nnasaumlng. lie had the ADVOCATE Join.
Tuesday, to be very superior with Northern whit
came up from Rockledge, -
It' In North and
hosts of frlood. both the
Ih the following party on board: H, For Sale. 25 cent cashmere. ... .. .. 30 cents. III hotel at will still Yacht Sale or Charter. waitresses. Mr. Hummers: will do his
; and Engine Mouth Rockledge R'
J. J. White. J. F. Woolen A. N. Launch } cent calico . . .4 cent his Mr. )) R. best to make U pleasant (for all who stay ,
be t carried by son orate
rk, Osceola Currier L.: W. Batten- Launch -perfect order. Also, a 10 oent hose . . . .. ..7" cents. Shares but on the genial, kindly face ofMr. The yawl 1 Princess, 88 ft. over all, 1.ft. at his hotel. Had the ad. on our 4th. '

d, N. F. Sanford and Geo. E. Sebring. 2 h.21ft Pierce engine, for sale; half,price. Fruit Loom U>f yards .. . . .$1.00 II.;' P. Share will be seen no more beam, 4. staterooms, dialog! toilet page. ,
ay came to see our County Commix p. the Marine and stationary Hook On Supporters-----------'s' 08n.... on Indian River. et s., for charter or sal*. Everything In 4 \
with tbe Agent for Gray M. B. I. Hotel Interest for Bale. I
aers, upon matters connected Any day next week. Y. Y. W. I. first-class shape. Apply to
coa-Rockledge river road. Engines.W Roseland Fla. C. A. OABDifBR" Tltu.vllle.Ia., J. A. OILDBHT, -
p. UiroKRWooD Furnished.An '
For Sale or Kent, One-half Interest In a neat 40-room
IE ROMOVAL SALE CONTINUES 2m Eau Osllle, Fla. i
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Rice hotel. All round business. A
>t John B. Walker A Go's., Titusvtlle.ange Old Bones Wanted. Empty Sugar and Barrels. eight room house In a desirable I bargain. Reason year for sntllng. Address

location. on Rldgewood Ave, Dsytona. Pineapple Plantation For Sale.: E. Hotel, ADVOCATK Office
Seeds and Buds for Sale Wanted any part of one hundred tons) For sale. Address, Address i Tltusvllle, ria.} j'
old bones for fertilizer purposes. State WALTEB A. Moons, L. t1. MUBBAT, Box: 132, Pineapple plantation fronting on In .
'Ina 2, 3 and 4 year old orange buds price quantity and location. 8 George St., Charleston S. C. U Daytona, Fla. dish River containing ..> acre, 0 acre L 1
Small Hotel for Sale.
sole. Also sour orange for seed. "F. .1. N... under oultrntlon{ partly shedded. Good.

Apply to Mrs. A. BECKER: : unfit Care ADVOCATE, Titusvlile. Mouse for Sale. Rockledge, Indian River, '-room house, also packing house and ,
City Point, Fla. all shipping facilities. For particulars At Eden oa Indian River,, The Seth ,
Launch for Sale. A 93,500 r-roomed hone, with servants Ha one of the most attractive and best apply' *". W. W.LLs, erb)'. Also a line Tangerine orange t) i'

For Charter. quarter most beautifully situatedon .stocked store alo, the East Coast of rfeb Jensen, Fla. grove In bearing and thirteen acres of z I
light draught thirty-foot the terraced bank of the Indian River, Florida. Yon cats find everything yon the finest land. The Netherby la a fully ,
Fast, for new sale B-horse, Mlanus. i Large ground. $1,200. Apply or address I need at this store. All kinds of tiDe groceries Properties] on Indian Hirer and well furnished fifteen room houe.
A I staunch! schooner rigged Houseboat launch Address : ., "Yu La. ," ADYOCATB. Office.Titusville and western mjats. For Sale.AT Well patroulsexl as a boarding house or ,
>bar. for charter. Rate reasonable ; MOHolly nUl, Fla i Fla. I Particular attention paid to the needs small bate) Terms easy. Address Y

"I accommodate 10 persons. Apply 'of yachtsmen and cruising parties. LA OBAWOB. Tar NKTIIEMBY, ,I

( bowd. ,$. E. STBABWS Rockledge, Owner.Fla. House and Land For Sale House-Rent Gto. N. HATCH Prop. Coleman.37 acre formerly occupied by Julia A. 4t Eden, Fla


At a low price for; cash. 31 acrest For rent, adjoining Plaza furnfshedor hotel' Rock- Desirable Property at RockledgeFor 23.acre formerly occupied by JacobN Engine For Hale, Cheap. 1 1A
Itockledge Pharmacy. house. Fine location for a club ledge/ a 10-roona house nn .....tar.. -
land and feet water front on lagoon. Famed with open fire-place, stove, bathroom Sale. AT Trruvii.Lie. large size, RMer-Errloson bot-alr en'I, ,'
I'hlj popular and;;: well-known pharma- house. 2,000 and bunting. Situated Got and sold water etc. Beautiful Property formerly occnplsd by Andrew !gin for sale. Nw, never used. WHS

I has pat in an up-to-date stock ofIlgs ExcelIenlfishing! Canal. Apply to location and surrounded by orange and Located on Indian River one mile from Gibson. sell cheap, for cash. Cost '10O, without JI
toilet articles, stationery., cigars, at Haulover J. J. FLAHJ *BT, other semi-tropical trees; on bank of far oIItoCice.nd hotel. Fifteen acre of AT ."..PE'. freight charges.
|-i and 1 Ie especially equipped and Ht1 -'I Box 91, Daytona. famed Indian Klver. and, nearly five hundred feet river frontage 12 acres formerly occupied by Columbus AuriitraL. MARSH

1 for the tourist trade of Rockledge. 4: Jones, TItusvIll Apply at HoTEr PLAZA, ; Ugh, rocky bank with heavy native ..A. Williard. Itockledge, 1'1. .
"tor andy Or to Morgan F
are cordially Invited to call, 7feb Rockledge Fla. hammock growth. Twelve acres planted AT COCOA.
> be assured of courteous treatment. la citrus tree, including numerous 1 40-100( acres, formerly occupied by u
Sale. ijr
Yawl for Protect Your Fruit Tree
A Fine Home For Sale. varieties of orange grapefruit, tangerines Frank M. Fowler
| Launch For Sale. odk lemons and lime, varying' In age 1lOO( acre formerly occupied by {
Co
700 McFarlaod Fruit Protection
Sloop 38ffc: 2-8 t.ocabin. A model souUliern home In South end trom old bearing: trees to threeyearolduds George J. Merclar. .
[he launch :Xlkko, built In New York: tJ. tL. beam; draught; Two fit. berths of Brevard county on the Indian River ;guavas: and bananas, also In beta Lot formerly' occupied by Fletcher E. tents, all sUe. at 30 per cent off regular j
5-9t.; Immediate made
, ee year ago. I* 33 feet long by 8 Nan ft.; bead-J'IOm, In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice), ng. Artesian well, with water mains JoyW and Wm. E. Booth boat; builder. well-known prices; McFsrland delivery; of water Dry 1proofing
s Mam.. Permanent top. la finished eaoh std, good utensils ansi .roomdwelling and ont-bulldlngs. Ten and hydrants through the grove. Attract AT SEBAHTIAJT.Property : process
cooking
and mlldewprooflng hoop.,
'alc and mahogany. Leather cushions bedding, stove, toilet. Two anchors, acre In fruiting pineapple; 40 orange tive nine-room residence two cottage, formerly oocupled.by JohnV. stakes and furnished with; each
ii rubber decks dbhea' Deraona; lime and tree toot-boose wharf sod and A. D. Baird lamp
matting on floor and running rlgdnl1ew lemon, grapefruit *-move packing-house, ,
all erect. The only abso
silver mounted trimmings. Has a cable, tender; good steering gear; 4 all have fruit oo them. Beantlfol yards small boat-home. Property well cared Including Improvements and building tent, ready to
B e horse power Daimler motor of new palls and patent Good sewn for and dower garden Will be soldat a for and In good condition throughout.9atlefactory on all the properties. Address lot protection to an orange tree agaloata the
leak. freezes No to be had at **
doo't more
tern: and "will make 8 mile an' hoar fears old; bargain. For fall particular address i reason for selling. Forprice IlAJUir FISHKH, 1 r rWag.
Address Merchants National Bank building, prices[ Address
perfect order. Call on or seillog. "C. and further Information apply to
''res.. running T. A. 8an>EB, G.Box V.19 Roezas,Jacksonville: \ ria. Car ADVOCATE, TUnsvllln, Fla. "S" care ADTOOAT, Titusvlile i 1.. Baltimore, Md. U. BKOWIT, Tltusvllle, Fla Ip

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),,'" ,1k }' urnm ino nnji. it was in tnis spirit corretipunaexi ro tne Urlt letters] in iuv Women as Well as Men ASPHALT GRAVEL

1 that he received before daylight the phrase the coincidence was .catJ/rbt/ uii ROOFmGUA.RANTEED

: ; :j" 'Gth. a letter from General Buckner. and banners were embluxoraed with Are Made Miserable by

t ,1I ,1\: written after Floyd and Pillow had tbe legend "Unconditional Surrender

-I. abandoned him to bis fate. The letter Crnnt." Throughout: tbe army east! Kidney Trouble.
FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD
:, asked for an orml"tlceuntil 12 o'clock and wept the tame of Grant Innpfred FOR 25: VE!\R,

.f noon. Grant knew that there were tbe lolillem wltli fresh hope. If tbu
f Confederate troops at Nashville when old flag could win In one fltcUt. why Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages WITH NO EXPENSE OX MAINTENANCE OR EEPAiRs

he set out for {Donelson the week before not In others? Grant did not rest with / and lessens ambition; beauty vigor
and cheerfulness soon
and Buckner might be expecting the fall of Donelson. Ite promptly ,.,' ""; disappear when the kidneys

.; help from that point only fifty miles notified his superior olflcer. OenernlHalleck are out of order The

I 1111'0". Buckuer's note showed no desperation who was at St. Lout, that he or diseased. Carder-Campbell Compaijj

for be proposed1 that both would push on up the Cumberland river Kidney troubla has }

sides appoint commissioners to agree and take ClnrknvllJe the 21 et of February become so prevalent

upon terms of capitulation. -Buckner and Nashville the capital, of Tenne that It Is not uncommon Shack So. 1, Foot of Slain Street, JACKSONVILLE, "
'I.A.
/, had said at the council of war before Hee and the stronRest Confc-dernto for a child to be born

he wrote to Grant that the troops of post In the refflou./ by the 1st of March.He f>afflicted with weak kid ---Southern Selling .Agents for-
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If the child urln-
the garrison In Donelnon bad no flgbt believed that the fall of Donelson neys.
__ ales too often. If the
I II In them. Some were already helpless opened the way for Federal advance all urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child VTAEBEITS ANCHOR BRAND: and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRA

: from the cold. Grant's reply to the over tbe southwest and that tbe arm Ie. reaches an age when It should ba able to

,I j note was Jiwt suited to the temper of could march, at once to Chattanooga control the passa e. It Is yet afflicted with ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National PaintWork |

; "* ;i things in l>onel ou. It was as follows: Corinth Memphis and VlcJtsbunr bed-wetting, depend upon It, tha cause of ," Structural and Technical Points.

'' HBADQtMATnRS ARMY IW. THH 1I'ImLD. point* ultimately captured only after the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first
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I CAMP MBAB DONIL.BON Fab. 18, UG2. bard fighting. step should be towards the treatment of DKRONDE'S "LYTIIITE" COLD WATER PAINT,
General B. B. Buokner. Confederate these important organs. This unpleasant
Without waiting for orders for
or replies
Army: V trouble is due to a diseased condition of the -'- ,
Sir-Yours of this data proposing an to ills aiopatciies! about 1.1111 moverucuti -----.c
a e o o o OO &! kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
armlatloa and appointment of commlsHlon- praut stnrted for Na b,1I1e. Ha most people =
ers to settle upon terms of capitulation reached there before suppose. H4NNE I lOS.
Is Ju.t received. No terms except an unconditional Mnrcb/ 1 and found Women as well as men are made miserable
Honoi's surrender can be accepted. :I It Already iu poxaesKlou of the FedernUaudcr with kidney and bladder trouble

propose to move Immediately upon your General Don Carlos Buell Buell and both need the same great remedy.

works. I am, sir very reamctfully your had followed the ret rent/ of the enemy The mild and the immediate effect! of Wholesale!
ob't sa'v't U. 8. JRANT.Brigadier Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is sold
FOR General.MeaiiwWlo from Kentucky:: southward ,a result of Bottlers of Wm. J. Lemp
the fall of Henry and Donelaou and by druggists. In fifty-
Buckner had sent notice cent and one dollar Brewing Company's St.
naturally reached Nashville In the

oGRANY''I' to lila troops ou tbu front lino that lie 'wake of tbo Confederates.\ Grant, was sizes.sample You bottle,may by have mall a i Louis Beer. Keg Trade Whiskey

'i' ; bad ruiidu u proposition to the enemy met at Nashville by orders, from Hal- frea.'.Iso pamphlet tell- '
Homo of SwampRoofIng .
I ,. ( to surrender the fort and asked them leek to leave a small; garrison atPonel- all about It, Including many of tha Our Specialty... House

". :' ., I',' Q (Q) G' 0 I to notify the Federal troops in front In son and move his whole command back thousand of testimonial letters received IIIStreet.
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',. order to stop further fighting. White to Fort Henry. Two days later: he received from sufferers cured. In writing Or, Kilmer

ir' I: (Copyright 1902 by O. L. Kilmer.] flags appeared ull along the rifle pits instructions to place General C. & Co., Blnghamton. N. Y., be sure and 1246 'tc) 121:10: "VV"cs't .A.daD:1s: :

l I, T the willis of Fort Donelson[ I but nonu on tbcfort Itself. To Grant's J. Smith In active command of the mention this paper. .!

., : INSIDE was gloom the night of Feb. mesHitge be replied that he was compelled troops and remain himself at Fort er.4.C SC>N''VXLLE: : FLA..

f'' : The Confederates liud ty clrcimiHtuuces to accept tile Henry. And at the end of another two J

..;, >k 1'1 and were been 1.IPlltt'n hemmed In in buttle on till that nicies day. pro"ungenerous osed. Ou and receiving uiithlvulrous this term second II" lays for disobedience be was virtually to orders placed which In arrest lit! TAPE, ...................... "

:: They hud few boats plying the ;'rlver letter Grunt mouuted his. horse and had never received and for going to .

'ilI flowing pant the fort, and Grunt's rode along/ the lines toward the little Nashville without permission from bid WORMS "P' _" P.o.

,; i troops hud closed the only road of escnpo village of Dot or, where the Confederate superiors. Thus four weeks from the : For$3.20ss E 4 Fun| Quarfs ?

\' on lund. The chIeftnInsvFlo.vd, headquarters were located. Firing time tbe campaign opened wltU the least.0'A oama tap. en worm the soena-after elichtfien. my reel taking lone twoCASOAKKl'3. at

,' Pillow and Buckner, met In council of bad ceased on both sides and on reaching blow at Fort llenry and white the Tills I am sure has caused my .. OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD
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i' :war. Various accounts of the seen the Confederate outposts in front country rang with praises to th* vic bad health (or the ate three years' I am allfl

fi"" bavo been given. Forrest the noted of Dotrr Grant was not challenged tor Grant was under arrest and with. taking by Oasoarets.sensible people only."ostuartlo worthy olooilo Calhoun Pure

'\. cavalry leader was preuent. lie continued on to the little two story out a command all owing to the .red OBO.W. BOWLES, Balrd MISS.Plesiant. : Rye Whiskey I

LI' .'<. I General Pillow tlio second in command unpal tell tavern, which lias. become : tape routine of department headquarters.

'" I was blamed for loss of the road historic u* the scene of the famous We ihlp In Plain Package, no marks to Indicate contents, which will at
I. of retreat which Grant bad seized and surrender and was surprised to find I Meanwhile the Confederates under avoid all Dominant. When :jroa get it and test It, If It Im not.a"aotor'l rotnra V
that General Low Wallace it at our expeoae: sod your$3.20 will be cheerfully .key i I. m
able
: neiu. la the uiscusRion over what was already. the leadership of Albert .Sidney si good.any$3.OO goods in the market. Wa aro close at hand and cnn give W
,! should be done with tha army hemmed in consultation wltb his old en em,. Johnston were getting away from the you quicker delivery than distant lioaBen. ftehave been doinfr basinm* in JH
il thin oity: and at th.Mme stand for !tO rear*, and ". to
I Buckner. Wallace commanded the our responsibility V
in Pillow said, "I am In fnVor of fight* Kentucky:: line and middle Tennessee and reputation for houeifc dealing wa refer JOQ to any bank or merchant here
...,/ :''f tag out." General Buckner'a. soldiers Federal troops nearest to Dover and back to the strongholds of Corinth. or to the editor ol this paper. A V

," ," ,.,.:__, bad borne the brunt of the fighting! In bad ,had his soldiers astir before the Memphis and Chattanooga which It SOLOMON & LEVI 0
,
t defense of the lines the day before. lIe break of day intending to charge the would cost beavlly to capture after the ,
I ,:i1 aid that three-fourths of the men Confederate breastworks! us soon as It enemy should fortify them. Good. Ne'er. Pnlatabin Bloken.' Weaken. Potent. .TMte. Good; Do I928-I93O First Ave., P._o. Box 33, Birmingham, Ala. 0
or Gripe Ido lla 6Uo.
iJ; ., would be sacrificed In cutting their became light enough to maneuver.' Tb# GEOHCE L. Kn.ina.: : ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... co.w;;,"'but We to polntn pur expresa on llnaa chnrKM of other to nxpreiM all poInU cninptmle ranched: .by we the prepay"Sonthorn only to K>pnlnw pr:M A

,; .' ii'I' :way out. Dotb Floyd and Pillow preferred regiments were forming for the purpose ----- ll.rll.c Mnwilr Ceawnrt(.MM. **.v.tr..l.. 'e. T_. Ill whHre Hnuthern ExpraiM Compnny traniifHrif to said other company. We unnnnt ship !
/, I, C.O.C. Price. list for otfceriroude on application.When writing ploaae mention Uila paper. VO
Ir to die rather than be captured, when a bugle blast across tha There Is probably no disease or condition 10.10-81 f* Bold > all rtrng. .
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: ;,: but Huckncr, 1111<<1. "I will tiliare the lines ntnotinced the approach of n flag of tlie ,human system that oatisua BlaMiaoVuK-lobaooo Uablk. ,
,' : fate of my command." of truce. U'ho truce oillcer stated that more snlTeriuii and distress fhau piles. .....0..0...

.; \ ,, Forrest was full. of tight He bad BucUner liad decided to surrender and Tabler'a Buckeye Tile Ointment cures .

..r'li, ,., I aJ Iso been for fighting when there WafI asked; that there be no mre ftrln them quickly, wlthottf. pain or detention GENERAL DIRECTORY.

':,,1 chance to meet the enemy. The day Wallace gave orders to bin brigade from,business, Pl'lce.IiO cents In bottles; ISCA.IB IE-TT :ZfcviE: : :: ds CO. ,

before after the Federal troops bad commanders to advance and take possession tubes, '73 cents It, K. Wilson A; Son. U. 8. LAND OFFICE.M. .

been burled back on the right away of the enemy's works and himKelt 8. ............Rafclstar. an, 019 w. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE. -. FLA.IDoz. .
; trom. the Charlotte road and before rode with the Confederate toliuckner's W.U. Robinson,.........'....... .......BeoelYer.OIHce .
I at O,,'me vllle, riorlala.' .
> Grant got to the srene to meet the quarters. It appears that the name,of J. t'ler- ,
crisis Forrest had Wallace sent bis name In to the Confederate pont Morgan Is not on the Dev. Charles U. 8 BKMATOR8. -
" proposed to charge J. F.'!fallaferro...... .......... ....J..on.lIIe.
'.." f. the broken!' ranks of the enemy wltlibis cbleftaln' who recognized In Wilbur Do Lyon Nichols' list of the high 6. K. Mallory.,.., ..........,.......Peuaaoola. 4W
: cavalry. llin superior otBcer reP him an acquaintance and ordered thoHentlnel aristocracy ef the United States. But U. B. CONQRE88MEN.

t J tr to admit him. After a genprnl that Isn't probably troubling the distinguished Robert W. Davla,................,.... ....Palatka..
handshake between tbe Federal 8.M.Bparktuan. ................. ........Tam....
.....: : Wall street financier., If fXPRfSS
and the Confederate leader and staff FLORIDA. LEGISLATURE.
'1"1,, : all sat down to a brenkfaeit of cornbread there were anything In It for him Ur. E. V. Plmlolc.Falm Beaoh' ....... ......Senator. 'PREPAID
mid coffee. During the meal Morgan could organize a social trust K. B.lUuleraom Fort Fierce.. .Roprvsentatne.EXECUTIVE .

Grant arrived and at once entered! ln- that would make the Newport clerical DEPARTMENT.

;, : to .friendly conversation with Buck gentleman's aristocracy. look like SOcents. Wm. 8..lennlnpn. ....,..,.. .. .......Ooveinor.
Jno. I>' Crawfonl ..Sucrstary Ji \.* nero whom he had known at Went I :Jamua 11. WhltOeld:::: ;::: : Treanurer.;
,, Point and Vm. K I..mar.............. ..Attorn..oclemeral.
[ afterward In the regular, N. Sheaut,. :., .. ....Snpf.: "Pill"'llo IiiHtnirtlon..
If'"I array nuncnvr snio tnuc: iz Olt. lUlU When pain or Irritation oxtsts on any B.E. Mol.ln....... ..Commissioner nrlunlturs.
'., : been In command at Donelson at the part of tha body the application of B f I AlonBO C. Ctoom........... *......... "mptroller. .
! "> 4" lard's Snow Liniment will J.Clifford R. Foster.... .. ...Adjutant-)leueral.
q start Grant could not have come un to give prompt Jobn Hralford.,. ......,.......Survojor-fleneral.
11. "i It as boldly as he had done. Grant answered relief. Price 2A and 50 oent B. li. \VII- R.K. :lloae........"..... ......... ,State Chemist. I
ion fe SOD. umoei TallahoMee, ..
at Florl l .
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that if ho had known Buckner '
I was In command he would not hAve 'SUPREME COURT JUDGES DELIVERED roi?
Tbe richest member of tbe- Vender- M. H. M..br1.i.. ....;... .... ....Cblef Juarlce.
,. tried to coma up in' the same way. bllt family taxes F.H.Carter............ ... ....AkioclateJunclue. I
'i't Tbe capture of Donelson was the pays on only $500,000 U.K.Taj'lor............ ,....... .. '. $12qgAgents
:, t first worth of personal property. It loots aiIf
stunning victory of the war. Grant i RAILROAD COMMISSIO&ERS $9

was Immediately promoted to the rank Brother Nichols bad been putting H. E.t>i ,. .chairman.... i..t..Oalneavllle. .
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I of major general of volunteers. Till lOme-rather cheap people on his list: J, L. Mantran... ... .. .. .........,..... ..,)...."er.
.. .. ... for the Patot
) M.,Hrvaa.; .. .. .....Klaaiuiiiin Drewlng-.
I phrase "unconditional surrender" )>t>- Jobn U eolejr.Jr., oliirk:. .Arradla. .
came a watchword In the northern Hewt" quarters anil oflli l ee,at.'Tajlaiiawee' Fla.
';, You can help ,jilld .
on In 011. As! the Initials of Grant's nnmc anyone whom yo CIRCVl COUR'1t.:.

I'' lulYel'lngfrum Inflamed throat larvdceal Minor 8.Jonea,TUn( ..,llle,?-....:.<'ltClu"JurtRB.
-- trouble bronchitis, .coughs/ oolda,. etc,, ,J.D.'ll ilir". Orlando. ,.....ProiiecutinK. Attorney.
I by advising the use of Bal lard'a Hor 8prlajf'l''rmlI'onrthtop.lar! ; : In April. Nine- HE
houml Syrup, the great remedy for cold' "iaj l'orm-lI'ourth Monday' IhBREVARD ovember.' B'NE.'

nud cottfths./ Price, 25 and 60 cebts. :D. COl/MTV COURT.A. .
R. Wilson On Son. ,- .D.!'eoney\.......-.Connty Jnrtire. TeqJhs .
J.nle.E. L "' ''"
Ainlrewi.Jirro *aitlnr) | Attorney.
*l .A.A. Stewart.!. ..! County Clerk.
1 Th* Ardent Suitor."Mr. Spring Term-Second MoTiTta/ May.. of ,:'l Pure Juices 'from Natural Roots
; Bummer T.rm-ll cmnd Momiavfn August. __ _
ii, 0BNSRAI 8. H. BUCXHEB, O. S. A. Shortosoados," said thehomely: Fall" Term-Second Monday.. In Norrrnber.. : n
[Confederate commander at, Fort Donel maiden "why do ;you woo mer" Winter Term-Second Monday. In February. all the
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I i son trait.Fab] ", IS, 1862. From a..wartime von "Because I love your exclaimed; tht h COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. REGULATES t the Liver Stomach and Bowels

ardent lover. E. Mlm, Sltt"'rlntendpnt:........Bon.entu.... U
'< fused to allow htm to advance. For 'Has Member ,). M.Dixon,chairman TltuoTlllei PeopleSuffer Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood
my wealth nothing to do wltb"Nothing R. NT.Andrewi, Cocoa ,
I rest insisted all day the 13th: that the "U.' ( C. P. PlatU, tort Pierce.COTOrr .'

,1 I leaders as to ia the Fort true Donelttou state of were deceived whatever." R.Walker chairman CDMMI&rUO TltnaTllle" ERS..T. ;.John R CURES Malaria, Biliousness. Constipation,

I affairs in THE RACE "Well," she said pondering a mo Mint, IndlHnola: R. A.ronkllnir, Tillman;John

Grant's Grant's lines. Ills position mounted and scouts bald thai examined ment. "I'll take you. I'd rather marry C ReKiilaraeulonaare Jone., Woodl.y i;J.held Frank Uret Itell Monday 1, White iu City.each from a Stomach and impaired Digestion.

a liar than fool." -- month.
a i
I'' the ground lost by' the Federals. In tbo : Doe not depend on the ttart but on the DiseasedLiver
BREVARD Eiery eottle
;, morning had not been finiah. ,It.s etaytrifr. power which''carriea COUNT! OFFICERS.A. Guarantee ((9 Giie Satisfaction.
regained by D. Titnarllle
Penney .
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4 I them in tbe later lighting of the day. many a runner to victory. It'a like that Cures Uloo and Skin Diseases Jae.E. Andrew., Titnurdlaj..County Pro*Judfre.Att'y. x G-JQ: JBO"Z""Z"xJ: &JllC.A.xXo:lDOIUDo
Forrest declared that he In business. Many a man starts off in A.A.. Stewart, Tltueullle I ,.., ,.County Clerk.I : Price OO Cents.Prepartd .
would
I not the race for buaineaa aucceaa with itching Humors, Eczema i'EiT.00'11000'? .Tax Aaaeaaor.
surrender and told Floyd that he would bunt of peed which a K. W. Hall.Tltu.Tllle I ,.....,,,.Tax Collector.:.
aeema to aaaure Scrofula, Etc. J'. H. Boye,Tltuavllla.Treaanrer. by JAMES F. 6ALLARD
St
cut Loub. Mo
a ,
path
through tho Federal lines at victory. Preacntly be begin to falter R. K. Mima, llonaventure.......Snpt. Pub. Inat.
t any point Floyd would designate forma and at last he falls and fail. The cause f Send J. O. Frlea, TltuaTllle,., ,.,.,.County Surveyor. .
line of cavalry around the Generally "itomach trouble." No Botanic no money-simply write and try .!. P.llrown TUinvllle...................Sheriff. II. B. WILSON & SON"
place of ia man Blond Balm at our expeD e. We T.J.Cockahntt LaOronje.,Re,totratlon Offlcer _
exit and keep tlip Federal soldiers buck atronger than his itomach. Buainen dlstrlbuta free over 10,000 treatment In
until the haute leads to careless: and irregular eat Hamilton TTTUSVILLK TOWN COUNctL.J. .
cHcuplutf garrison hud county Ohio. The made
passed cures .
ing. The stomach and other M. Dlxnn.mayor!:: R.B.Mmla, Jr., marshal IF YOU
of AVANT
through. The council could not agree digestion and nutrition organs by Blood Balm append so fast we were and tax: collector! W. 8. rlranoinn clerk and A...
upon a mode of action. Floyd decided The become eb eued. unnble to All orders. It Is the sam"every treaHnrer::Jobn Henry, tax sseanor: Jobn R.
body is Inadequately nourished and where. A trial of Blood Unlm Walker. F.A. Mnriran, f>. F.Dnran, ft. O. Van-.
to Rlvo It turned the Is our best l IRtldlntrbm .
", up. command over to grows weak. and J. L. Tamithen, cnnnailmen.
to Pillow and took his own brigade out Dr. Pierce'* Golden Medical Discovery I free reference sample.If so. don't hesitate to write for a The council nieete Brit Tuesday each month.TTTU8VILLE' .

by boats. I'lllow cures diseases ( the BOARD OF Lot
went nway, leaving o stomach and other TRADE. .Building
Buckner to share tbe hopeless fate of organs of digestion/ and .nutrition. It you blood suffer from ulcers, ectema" ,scrofula O. M.RobMna,prailclent. ;.1.M. Dlxon. tre.n. .. ,
atrenKtlien the poison, cancer, eating sores '''''r.J. U. Haat,aerretary. Meet aecond Wed ,
the stomach and
garrison. Forrest said that hu ens the so strength Itching skin pimples, bolls, bone pains nesday night In each month at their roooie.'

t' would go out If It was only to save the stomach whole for body the which nourishment depend from on swellings, rheumatism catarrh or any FREE!: AND ACCEPTED MASONS.fndlaa : or a lot with a BUILDIJTO READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
one man. A creek with blood or skin disease
bor we advlae to
swampy which you .
atrength is made. River Lorice -
No. DO, hold Iu LAND
(I ders extended from the river close to Tliere is no alcohol in Golden Medical take Botanlo Blood Balm (B. U. It.). Especially tbe aeoond ami fourtb Friday evenlnm/ meetinc of each,* FOR AN ORANGE-GKOTE,

the fort along the front of CJrnnf* Discovery: ," and it is entirely free from o1 n..nn>recommended n ._.._..___ _,. _...._for,,_old_ _," obstinate.LL at 1It"'h.TJ altbelrlodfra o'clock p m.room J. R.near Walker.court W.hou M.j.e. PINEAPPLE PLAXTATIC'or TRUCK GARDEN
lines on the flank. ortiuni.. cocaine .. .. V"I'U"'U" .u. v .IIJUIW5 OI(1 or .
Forrest tdld his and All____ s_frVi..r__n *"i>__v_nt4_ skin 1' A. Morgan 8 c'". We
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men of this and Accept no stibatitnte for the disease because Botanic Blood Balm probably have for sale Just what are
swamp give: them Discov you seeking.
ORDER OF
EASTERN
(B. B B.) kills the poison In the STAR.
blood
There ia
their choice to ery no medicine''
ford It
taken prisoners In the morning.or stay and beI I good for diseases\ of the stomach just and an! ourei where all else falls, heals every I In Friendship the Masonlo Chapter Lmlm,No. H,holda It* meettnn Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you art
About allied sore,. makes the blood pure and rich r<><>m. Tltnavllle. on the
COO of his '1'ellDl'MH troopers agreed. to .' organs. gives the akin the rich flrat: Ttiendav In! each month ats joo'olock p. m.j looking this drop
VoiirSolclin, Medleal Wacovery' ba. glow of health. a < the third Tn .laT each month tSrat; way, a line to
,follow their leader! wherever be went. / a wrmrtrrfnl' eu.... wntci 'Mr. 1\(.p H rfrirmed -. B. B. B.. the most perfect blood purifier n'clnde p. ro. The followlnc" the officers of

and they escaped by riding through the ha.l Koiiac the, ol worat Charlr.ron caw. or, Franklin Co., Ark. "I made. Thoroughly tested for 30 ,eara. r the>r.H.IO.IM It.:Wilson Mm.Q. K.Robfilna., worthy marron JAS E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vre..Prt'lildent.!
_amp vtlth the water that dy.prn.ia. the iloclora I Coats 41 per largo bottle) at worthy natron; MrB.. R!: ,
reaching their : ihtv r aaw XA*, 't trying wvenvf0 drug stores. Wileon aammlate" matron. : Mr. 1'. A.
suxildie skirts. .!? nieT.rrtwa- eoold hear of. with no To Introduce It. samples of Blood Balm trearnreri Mrm, R. C. Scrlmceour' ectStaWi FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y
I Ur. li rci'a CoUlcn I Medical i DUanry aent free br Blood MiMK.teBtewart. oondnctresa : : !
Grant intended writing Balm Co., At- ; Mr* JohnX
to push the flgbt. on ,and now J am cured. Hughee. aunelate rnnrinctres -ST. F
Ian Describe *; Mn. ATJOUSTIXE.
la Ga. Sc
the rooming of the 10th and'capture Dr. rierce'ff Pleasant trouble and free med hl>. Allah t Mr..J. R. Walker. Rnrh? MnJ. F/V<* -
Pellets --- -
cur ical ad vice also given. ry-Thls:: honest M>rtran Rather; Mr*.J. r. -
an Camither
*Ae I .
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fort by storm If it did not constiptttion. ).... Martha
>> ] T. .
.a.u offer M
edicine "h
-n\ sent at once, prepaid. Buwart, Klecta1"1' & ; 1\1.. Zaadle The ADVOCATE does7cat7clcanloblriDtin ,











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SORES Another View of the Scfcwab Case. S Restoring Ancient Landmarks.A -
ANDULCERS.
M. BOBBINS The New York Commercial a pape news Item from Hanover.., state Soft

.EO. Whose business It Is to keep In close that surveyors jointly employed by the

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR touch with men of affairs In the metropolis states of Pennsylvania! mid Mnrvlum

AT-LA\V. Sores and Ulcers and which therefore may be are engaged In correcting the boundnry Harness
never become
unless the blood Is in chronic regarded n. speakingvlth some knowledge line ns tlrst "established by Mason and

VTII practice In State; and United States sluggish weak and unable poor condition to throw-off Is coiicernlns their ways and views, Oixon.: and It Is reported that many ot Tea see make. font liar"e Known and'sotonbhereber ill

Court. the poisons that accumulate in it. The t la moved to flue acorn by the critical the .. man M a fluvead ,
stones have been displaced In somecases M Inueb .. wire b" 5
Office at TiTuanxxK, FLA. system must be relieved of the unhealthy comments ot the Monte Carjo; performances _EUREKA ...,. good crops *,
matter through the and baring been used! as doorsllln for .... Oil. You can
to life sore great danger of Charles :U. Schwab. It re- bBftAen IU lilt-nuke. .It are groifn. '
would dwellings and
follow In Instance for that
should
it heal before Met twice' aa lone M it
i3 L. OAULDEN the blood has been made pure and healthy jcnrdu Ms reported heavy gnlns or losses ef a church. Others have been thrownor emuuutlrwoaM.EUREKA. Sold everywhere.

and all impurities eliminated from there at roulette as meaning '"n0'1more sttinual FREE.D. .
the ayi have fallen down and still
ATTOIOTEY-AT-LAW, tern.and 5.5.5.Invigorating begins the the cure by first cleansing -- to bins than the payment of a : a long distance but all are being M. riRNV. A 00. .I''

Will practice I In all the Courts of the State up the general Jhealtu and blood removing building from nickel for a chnnce to pat the ring on recovered and restored to their i Oatrolt Miolt. I 'I

Florida and the United SutarCourts. the mor'bld! OONSTANT DRAM : the canes by the New York clerk who original places. I Ui Harness OilJ

F.U Box.28g. TITU3VILLK, FLA. a II lit ,spending n day off at Coney Island." -- --
..ff..I: .: UPON_.. THF "v.il-rr_. I A New York naner refers to thiswork 5
.nnu'n".t_.._.. ____ __ ___... Tho Commercial ears: '. 1 I make. a poor look. In*bar.n .
When this has been,accomplished the as "restoring the old war line. Ilk. new. Ma<.le of DYSPEPTICIDEThe.
discharge
;' J. WBBB What has the president<< of the United This Is neither Pus-.. heavy boillwi. oil. '
sentimentally -
aid
gradually historically to
F ceases, and the sore or States Stool corporation oft on vacation nor perlKllr prepared K> WILA. greatest DiGESTION.S "
Ulcer heals. It is the tendency of these old done at Monte Carlo that la essentially correct. "Mason: and Dlxon'sline" stand the weetber. ,

ATTOMTET.AT-LA'W, indolent sores to grow worse and 'worse, different from what the "fn.ncl* of Mr dates back beyond the civil war. Sold everywhere Wedding Stationery.The '
and eventually to destroy the bones. Schwab" and moat of bl..builness laaani-i nil alaaa
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th"Itcult. Local aaaoclate :
Taxes paid for non-residents applications, while soothing and to some *. presumably, arej doing her In Maw It was originally the dividing line between ADVOCATE having received a nice I i
rents and accounts collected, extent alleviate pain cannot reach the seat York every dayT Let us suppose that on Pennsylvania and Maryland on If STANDARD OIL lot of the latest type and stationery, laow
od '
of the trouble. S. S.S.does,and no matter Monday on. of these aantlman bought the parallel of latitude 30 degrees 43 prepared. to execute: on short notIce, ; S
I'
1.000 hBja of Steal In
.' how oommon at UK s
*
lTt/IVILLB. FKOBIDA.:: apparently hopeless Wedding Invitations, Announcements
your condition atone bopa. If not conviction that It minutes 20.3 seconds, and the greater Sand
even though your constitution baa Ladles' oard '
hrov n visiting 0I'l'eo.,0al'
would advance
a point within twenty-four part of It was traced by Charles Mason J
it
down will relief orders.
bring
when hours. KIDNEY DISEASES
D. PENNEY nothing Suppoaa near the close of tha market p ,
,
else can. It supplies the rich pure blood on Tuaaday he not tired and sold out and Jeremiah Dixon English mathematicians .

'. necessary to heal the sore and nourish hi. Steel aiharaa at 41%. HI lees would be and astronomers, between ___ ..___n. __ Foley's Kidney Curo ) S
ATTORNEY-AT-LAAV W. the debilitated diseased body. oonalderabla. That II Ida bualn.... But
Mr. I. B. Tatbart Lock Box:45winona. "..... Is anybody .. shocked Doe 'anybody 1TC3 and 1787. The last thirty-six miles are the mcstfatalof afl dis makes kidneys and Uadtkr rt'f .
lTt/8V1LLIl. .. -. FLO 1D ayst '81. years ago m' leg Iron,' the ka..,. eI.e carat Haa- hla reputation In the bu..-. were finished by others. ht.I
the foot .., .
was eases. 4
ana lId eon. Several phy.ician nasa worM suffaradt And what If .resIdent -
In all the treated me.nd I made two. trips 10 lIoIlI rialPo Schwab himself was moved a se.nlOr The tact that It ,was practically the The) Largest arfd Most Com. i\\
17111! practice courts of the 7th but found oo relief.! I......* .... j
a two.. dividing line between the old time S Snlato
Judicial Circutt.VI and It m.d.a complete cura. have .bZJ. ....t no to bul"Of' sell Copper aharaa r'ni rvn KIDNEY CURE Is ISoirutiid Establishment South.
fectly' well man ever alnca." oooaalonaily l In the hope of gain' DM the slave and free states In the east causedlohn 9
Is the -work of business" caret I>14 It, ever lULL I 0 Ria.ijorinoney
only
i : etable blood punt.og. give the Incident a paaalnf thouarhtt WIt flaixlolpb of RotUl t. to, us* the 6EO. S, HACKER & SON.I :
ORGAN A JONES purifier shocked any or did It the *a- ,
S 55 known-contains :&o POrt. ".IneradulMrr reoatve phrase in a wider sense daring the dis refunded.. Contain

% poisonous min.r a to eualoD'ot the Missouri compromise In
'
AND ruin It Is at Uaat saggeetlT* that tttU Organ remedies recognized eminent I
ESTATE the by
REAL INSURANCE i digestion and ; ngresa, and I Itetame to mean'In the ,
adJrto; r.ltJthaq\ relieve of the great metropolitan buaineMwork '
Loans, Notary Public. ings.; If" flesh does your suffer popular understanding the 'imaginary: physicians as the Best for
your not heal readily ) can rea no fuse ,line of dlstlixUon -
Collections :Typewriting when scratcfM,bruised Or cut, blood : dividing line between the slave and the Sidney and 'Bladder troubles.
,, Stenography.TETUSVILLE your between ulatlo' In."-. ,, ...Itru.t
it in bad coition
and any ordinary sore raterrttOJ7' throughout the Union. PRIcE .ad f
.ba..OI' | .
r FLA, ii to become AmatganuMed Copper j
apt chronic.: '' '
; M'nScto
"Dixie ae'applied' to '
Send for our free book and writ. ottr stock and "gainlng'| *Ji.. Monte Carlo n. it. WILSON SON. .
the southern states, had It. origin In
f-XO. A. W RLEY physician. about your ease. We.make no ruIettetabIo.; ,holding them to be> upon i. ,, -J
Charge for this service' ttkls phrase Testimonial
J substantially the moral .
same
plane.Perhaps
ATTORNEV-AT-LAW. THE SWIfT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA ... Pennsylvania and Maryland may restore
The Commercial: ; : Js ,right James C. Wt'gnal), Boat Builder No. DIG -

fbeneral practice la State and Federal though one would hardly. look for such the old stones set* up .by Mason" Warren St., KenstnRton; Philadelphia ",..... -

>| Courts. All business entrusted willreceive Tha IMntperael. an admission from 'such quarter.. and DIxon, bat happily Ibe'old, "war I J. O. Walton ":sq.,Tltuivllle, Kla. I :.t' ..

prompt attention. The common pimpernel "poor man'sweather There are people_ :Who think rite old Mitela' forever obliterated. Dear Sir:-Your Rapid Calking Ma.
Seneral Counsel('for the Tuttle Estate glass." has the disadvantageof Louisiana lottery chines are In use In my boat .bor' and MANUFACTtHHCUS: OJ''
was quite as respect '
Miami. are regarded as an great '
MIAMI. .. 1LORIDA.I being a native plant and has been able as Is gambling either' at Monte Nervous children are almost always utility.. It save. time and labor., and Is Doors Sash Blinds.
almost completely expelled from our Carlo Wall thin children. The "out-door-boy" Is of great service In oalklnff light boats
or on street.
TAMES ANDREW'S.ATTORNEYAT.L.1W. flower gardens In favor' of exotics ,- seldom nervous. White's Cream Vermlfufre where beauty of flplah Is dualrsd, and It Mt Hiding &: Building Wa etf! L
which much .U the beat pretentatlve of nervous .
but doe
I are rarer lack of beIng Inc remark of the !not bruins the seams Ilk. the old ,
''as pretty. The pimpernel .Is s king of Englandtnaf'the nose It strengthens< tbe system and as- method of calking I cheerfully recommend S Office A Waieroome,Klng.-opposlte S

charming little flower, which opens Doer, 'W.r'mal.. now be,.regarded alats to that sort of flesh which creates It .. well adapted to meet the or- Cannon Street.Charleston l

tfUn office and poatofBoe address, TirusTILLK. about 8 In the\ morning and closes late as approaching Its conclasl* strength; and power of Induranoe. Price Hoary requirements of the trade.

Branch office at FORT PIKRCK.: in the afternoon but has the remarkable Is.noteworthy for Its profound caution. ?5 cents. U. Ii. Wilson 4k Son.: Yours. truly J... C. .WIG WALL.' s. C j S

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. .Mr.tVlgnall's< boat shop are adjoining

Notary Publio State at Large. shower peculiarity by shutting of Indicating up It's petals.a connIng Ii Is hoped that' Uncle, Sam's 'bead Now and again there are foisted ap leg tramp's the boats ship-building for the yards.men-of-war He Is build.that Sash Weights, Cord anil. :

will not. be turned by all the coo-iroo ol\ : .. were built by Messrs.. Cramp A Co.7"Yorsale Hardware.
&L.
STEPUEN E. diRATrORNEYATLAW, STATE or OHIO, Crry or TOLEDO, )l eyes the foreign nations are maktoar-. auopuon or wnicu we nave good by Jas. Prltohard & Son. S :

#LVCA8 CODWTT. J him. 'ground for vigorous protest Such sword Window ahd F ncy Clasf

Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is Is "chauffeur," a name employed Foley's HOney.nd Tar ,
the senior partner of the firm of F. J. I ,A SPEOIALTY.. .r'
f Sims Building Cheney & Co., doing business the CIt "I hareltused Chamberlain's Cough todeslgnate the functionary who con : heals IUIIZSMJd.m/M tbe Oll6IJ. lj
Remedy for a number of and have I
of Toledo) County and State aforesaid years trots the motion of a certain kind of
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. no besitanoy In saying that It Is the beat.rem.d .
and that said firm will the of lately 'Invented vehicle. It Is eU.tlnct.1
pay sum

y-'EORQB w. ALLEN, case One Hundred o( Catarrh Dollars that cannot for each be and cured every by need,for In coughs my family.,colds I and have croup not wordsto I ha..eever ly a bad Importation. If It bad In Peninsular & Occidental Steamship! c .

I Li express my confidence In this remedy French a peculiar or 'Idiomatic mean-
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
-Mrs. J A. Moore North Side Mtob. Ing. there might be some excuse. for Its United. States Fast Mall Rontas for
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
A. W.
} i Beall! t GMAB.OW For sale all
by and medicinedealers.
tier WEST .. FLORIDA. 1 ( Notary Publio. druggists adoption. but It means simply what we KEY: WEST CUUA AND TUB! WESt INDIES, VIA MIAMI AND TORT TAMPA FLA.Fropoaad .

I Will practice In the United States Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally vWore call "fireman" or what the English call tailing In effect on data* shown Bubjeot to change and po.tponem.ntwlthoui notice

and sots directly on the blood and mucous "stoker." MIAMI-HAVANA UMC.!: Comnienointf January 1.IMM.-M. B Miami
tad State Courts. 9jnnOOT surfaces the system. Send for > the BI... Tbe objection to "flreman' Lv Miami,Buna., Weda... .. .... ....111 i90> p. m. I I.r, )l*yanaTu *., rrle. ..... .. ... ....lliMnoon.Ar : 'f
\ testimonials free.F. The great writer of military song Is plain enough. but the expedient of Havana Mont.,Tuiirs... ....... antI: p. m. ,| Ar Miami ''We-is. Bat*................ ft KM a, m.

O. FRIES C.. E. J. CUENEY &|CO., Toledo O.B2T"3old was looking for Inspiration. merely taking the French word for FORT TAMPA-KBT WEST-HAVANA LINK.CI.ID..enoIDIIJan. t,HH..-eg.g. ollvatte. fMasaotleI S

I J. by' Druggists 73o. Hal'' FamIly "And that six of "fireman" Is absurd. The word "driv Tort Tampa .Tuw.'rrln, ''''I1D... eM: a I Lv. Havana, Wmle,Bala, tMon. .... 5:51): p. ID' S
, you say your sonl Ar. K.. West, *Tuaa. .Krla, t un. ....HUM p. I Ar. Key Weal, aw....," aU, tMnni... sac p. m.Lv .
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Tills are the best. wore the blue?" be Interrogated as b. er" would be simple, expressive and! Key Wnet, *Oi.s .rrl. IMuua. .. ...1'JHHI 'm'l Lv. Kay Watt. 'Wade data, tMona...JOiOtt 1'. _
: Land legally surveyed and anb-dlvlded. halted at the door of a shanty. "Wre correct and why not use It Instead of Ar. lavaaa,.Wailsttata, tMuns ... 5 | Ar. '..rt T.mpa"rhl1,.,"Itune, trues. 1:110: p. m

\Japping neatly done. Estimates for Notice to Creditors. they cavalry or Infantry awkward. I Incorrect and uneupbonl- MIAMt-NABHAU tIN -Commanoln January 0.I 1009-S. 5.PrInce Hdwanl. 't

Ul ,kinds of engineering\ works. Disputed "Nay tiler. responded the proud ry.1......, Mon....ThuN .. .. .,. .. ..11120 i p.m. I r..... Naaaan,Wadnaailajri. ...atnrdal,.10iOO.. ra.An .
lines a specialty. sor bus "chauffeurwhich as an English aaMUHTnaailara. Frill..'...... ,: SioOuni ,| Ar. M lami.:rhur.dae, Sundays. .. ... :00a.: m, S
LL PERSONS! HOLDIV CLAIMS mother. "They wor polaceraln. -Chicago S CommenoInK bniary, S, liWJLv 4 S
A OR T>Kiimnil !:
firtrsviLr.K Brevard Co., FLORIDA.. of whatsoever nature .pln.t h.- News word! is an orthographical and rhetoric Ml mil., Mn,,., W..iU, "rll. .. .. SUN p m, I Lr. NM/ U, TOM. Tlinra Hats. .. .......SiOAp.m., 1
-LI' e.tate of William. 1'. Klohardn. tlaoeuaad. si tnoustrosJtyl, Let it be repudiated.Are Ar. Nassau,T".l'bll..lltltI.. ... .." |UO a. Ul | Ar Miami, W. are hereby required ro praiienc them' to the uidenlgnedwltlun .

XT S. BURN AI., M. D. ;of th a I notice two otherwise years from: tha the tame tim will publication be I Stbps the Cough you nervous, run down ",ak\and\ Lv. Miami, April II April IS, April CoG 1tL.515IP n''IIOan.. 1'10'1 I April r... Naaaau/Aprillfl U. 1110I./ April IV! ,April W..aiM, pro. 4 5

pleaded. In bar of their pleioanla.Mub '...0 and works off the Cold. dlsaplrlted Take a few doses of Iler- Ar.Naa.au.April ll.April III. April 3D Slllll.) I Ar, Miami, APllll.April 90,April*7: 5KW a.m. ,,

. SURGEON and SPECIALIST ... RiriHABDft. axallva Tablets blne. It will Infuse new energy, new life! MIAMI-KEY WEST IJJf B.-Comm.n . J. Ho.al LcrilUHNKAir, Uromo-Qulnlne cure a
Into the exhausted: nerves the overwork. I *. Miami.' Mona,Weil' Fala.II !90 p.m, I I.r. K..jr Wa,.. To...Thur..BaU. 1 /M p.m. :
I Ear Nose and Throat. Hmar Executors. cold In Price 23ot*. Above hour* based on Seth Meridian BtanOard Time escape thai show for Nassau Is Ivesl, otalirmiaUti l
.. face on life land business. Price, 6(Q S r '
VEST PALM
BEACH: FLORIDA.TR. Nassau time. ... JII t t.rhIq ..
" Notice to Nou-Itesldent. f ..
\ cents ). It. Wilson A Boo, previons nolle,*. CHABLIS U MTCRB! Maainfer. S SJauheonvill.
If Mr., Neely bad been given a little _, ., Jfla.,January 1,IIKM. JaabionTllla., ,1S I
11
HOUGHTON'S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR BRK- more time be might have annexed Cobol A Qaw.. Ma.rrla.a7a c...... S -. -I : S! :, '
yard County, I'la. snd thus settled the whole' controversy. fI,
,
In Chancery. In the Loa Choo Islands there are I ,

BLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS Mary Jackson ) S I". curious marriage customs. On<
some
-VH-- J BUI for Dlvoroe. _. *v" S .
Tom Jackson. INotice consists In the bridegroom' going round .....:: ..
on the "Dentos," to Noo.Roildent.TO YOU KNOW WHAT' YOU "n.'T.AKIfO : .; : \ ; W' S
to all his friends' houses. sad permitting
Tom Jackaon I When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill :
Now AT PALM BEAcH.Virgjgja.Howes. You art hereby required to appear to the bill Tonic because the formula 'Is plainly them to dress him up In any ridiculous 1o.u4the.rii; : ; -
of complaint herein tiled: airaluat you In the style that they furicy. Sometimes -
above)entitled cease on or before the let diy of. printed on every bottle showing that It Is :
April,A. I) tunt. .. nlmxty Iron ana' Quinine' la a tasteless. the nappy man Is arrayed In a .
TheIA.JIT.C'1A8T!: AbYOCAflIa newspaper fo.'iu. :Xooure Mo!' BOota. gsyly painted kimono the, sleeves, tfwhich'aro .
,
In. ; pay.
pul>ll>iUe l In lalil County, harehy daalenatadm
the mtwapaper In wbich thIs order' anal be tied up wltba string laden 9

published ouoa each week for .ylglil!.eonaaoutlveWlcnaaa ..'..'. with bells, toys'and trumpets.! -A mask f3fJw &AS.'TS

weeks. mf.band and the Maf of ..iJ i Court Once when pnsslug through a cemetery Is then put on and a red bat, the "rig .
hue tee 2IIt" day of January 1902.A. kerosene
: In I.. nox Eliot Gregory was sue oat" being completed by an empty

its You learn all about Virginia Lands, A.cierk. Circuit W ART Court.By prlMrnl: to nee that the m 'mlM.rs of on- tin which rattles noisily along a* S .

wvatlon resources, products. mode of ool. O.A.Stewart D.C. JlJanOt old New Ehirland: ftunlly h4[ fx' 'n burled be walks, accompanied generally by s -

Virginia, prices., etc.; by reading the In o circle with thrirtei.t toward crowd of children.. -
Farmer. Send .
lOots.
for a months subscription, to the Notice .Application for Tax Its centpy. He, asked tlie preset for 1 OIRilOT UI-NEJ-QUItflC TI/MO/ TO 1Sd

,- thin iirrnngement. and s wit or tnmdnr. Mr. It. Wheeler Got IUd of IllsIltienmatlstn. '
P'arlDer-Oo.'Emporia. V4. )eea. W'SMwttOl. Dlil"or PM""' .'''''''. S
of Mm.
ilanxhter Ptowp
replied. S
----'- .. flex Verft. IUc.l'o. :ElIun
8u tlllit,1Vb ri they rise at the last Si
JAHNER SALVE; (Under (!eo.8,of Chapter 4HM, Law of Florid) only meuibers of their day "During the winter of IBM I was so : :, r"lIIt.: S. : 7fthasta.S' lrtaaa. 11
> own family .
IS HERBH1T: GIVEN THAT W. M. way lame 'In joints. In foot all over mv '
_"s most_______healing starve)In the world. NOTICE[ ....... of part of Tax. Cert I dear a. face them' body, that my I could,hardly bobble around baItuoo1i. fllcpInt ft. Cod. KI-UI. ". Ij
r. No Il&datad thettthday f July A. J> .
.1.1A
-.1' : 1896,bae Sled ..al haa male application for tax ........ to luua !. Tha hans PraaaHptlon for Malaria Pain Balm. From tbe first application 1began I ,

Sample of of the best farm aooordanoa following. with described"law. Haul. property certificate, eltu einbracttatha tad In Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Ore..', to get well, and was cured, aDd OTHfXN L.I1SI Arf OHOa ARMVIGEI L.IK8 TKUiS :
copy one Hre ard county, Florida to-wlt: 8. W. !< of 8. Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is .Im"plylron have worked steadily all tbe year.-R.

'Peru published\ free if you will send K W.contaIning U, Section 18 eo, yown.hip&0.... !The as.sell Booth lanit Razi r.lnrr and quinine In a tasteless form. No Wheeler Northwood and medicine, N. V dealers.. For sale by THE NeW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS S

ur aiiaaiMiil at the data of the Imnanca of such c..rtllicata Cure No Cure. Price GOcU. all druggists
name on a postal card, mentioningIs In the name of rwrlda Boiithern Ry.Company. AND:; THt. U. 8. FAST MAILTo -
Uiilen aald oertifloata ball be ra-
4
paper. .? .tax dead will tuene The faculty of the University of RisC evprIiIa."Is .. trte k).:uae and .MorCH. 5
Co. thereon't ; : JSuTallih.: !a'.1.: .. A. 1>. U "J.Witnana Wisconsin has started your traveling man enterprls-. S
TUB PLOWBOT my ofllulal elvnatur and teal this the an Investigation '
lng? THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED
Atlanta G... 10th dA, of January A.!>. 1012. with tho object of finding if poker Is
(Seal) A. A. STEW RT. Enterprising That man could sell To tha %Va>.t a>nd MortH>Wa>.e. 4
Clark CirculI Court. K..ar'l' Connty Fia. played by the students and. It so, prohibiting carved cardcose elephant
to an -
a Ivory
117 0 A. Stewart, P.C. ItIt seems to b* growing I'SOnletIlilIg Th line through "The Land of the Sky.," Asheville Hot '

more and< more difficult for a young Sprints N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section la the S

SO YEARS Ordinance Against Selling Goods man to acquire a liberal education that will do you Good Werld. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to

EXPERIENCECopv.uoHT on Sunday. We know of DO way In which we can Asbevllle and Hot Springs, North Carolina. ,

TO CURE A COLD IX OlIN: DAY be of more service to our readers than to S

IT ORDAIVBD-BV TIlE: TOWN COCX- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.All tell them) of something that will be of Choice of Reitei' f 0 Paa-TIratrJMn sp .mo BatTJlo U. If.

nil I :ell of tha Town of Tltmrille, that whoever drogKlots refund the money If 'It falls real good; to them. For this- reason we .
k'ei>e open itora or dlnponaa of any warra.meprhanflliMi to core. E. W. Grove's signature I. on 1 want to acquaint them with what we Through Vestlbuled Trains Pullman Dra.I.,- Sleeping Cars, S StXCLZLL.UdT
l or chattels on Bunday. or Through Coaches. ,
too< each box. 2Mts. of best remedies
consider one the'very on
barter tha tame,*h II be punlnbad' by a
Mill or
itue not exoedln Fifty Dollar. In _. of the market for coughs. cold, and that DI1NI1NO CAR .fU VIO .
TRADE MAMKSDcsiaNS meivancy or naS lty. howerar. ........haOtlll. Uacle Husselle Sage's resolution to larinlog/ (complaint croup. We refer to
) shop may dl.po of lhe rom- Chamberlain's CoiiRb Remedy. We have Through Trains via The Southern Railway are Operated Is Connection '
SITnaoaiMiltla with- deal no more<< In stocks for
$ Ac. of II! to cuetoman. women customers
.,,, lorw used It with good results In our family so with the runt Bvsteas trees Jacksoaville.Aak 1
,.:: =:':,:::'r"P'I; and d..eviptk'fl fl:: out .kping opefl 100r. seems to be based on some '
lII, Pu. wnmb.r II. It further ordeinad that any person Ylolac- long/ that It has' become a household, necessity ,
'.n''n....'rtotl'OIm t. .ob.hl d..tlttI.) p.uantaiI.1I..dbnnlron. .ommanl.P..U ln rthl"orilln..nne..h..lI.upon. oonrlotlon noli.... and pay not a rather expensive! experience. JJf Its prompt use we fiaven't for Tickets via outh rn Kallwsy. Correspondeace SeUdted. S
Twenty-fl
'2 fitmta*'"a. uldvM tiuon .through"......, for Munn MMntrlnv A Cb.patantfc receive .line"....of...Unllt not FIfty 1 lea than "Sri the IliaC offense or any doubt but that It baa time and again s. CAK-* Florida rseaea...Ap.I,_ We.. ..1'' Si. JiOKSOMTIULV, FLA. S
" In the common Jail al bar tabor prevented croup. The testimony J ea. wit hoot eharaa. In Ua .Ixt be imprisoned, day.or wore.or by l thja h Sue ant IraprleoolD.nl. ourown experience soil we suggest I. B. HARDWtCK Oosaral ,_.Al.. W.K.TAYU>:. ...,(.e.a.reset A.K p
c8
Scientific Jlm rlan. a*the' IIhcr.Uoo May''.. upon NAaUUlTUZ49'.C. ATLANTA.
lie ii further oriuvlned. that this urulnanaaimmedlataly that our readers, especially thone who S
>h nAannialv ntnetratail ....1'. J.Jiraaat rtr- Iball take effect upon It. approTal.r have small children always' keep It In July' I, 190.< I
'
' thin of any Hlvnuaa JnnrnaL Terma.f3 aIllilti'JP'iS" PuMd aDd apped.. 7t-. 11512.AtteetI This signalers la en every hoc of tae cennlna tbelf bOID88"a safeguard against orou p.
... 1iWb,all awsdaaJera. J. X. DIXON.O. .
' VROT Ma1q1r. Laxative: Bromo-Quinine T bie. *.. .C'amdeo.. 8. C, Messenger. For sale by .
&Co.'B --'-New York A.town Clerk. lltj..11.. Ut. renedr sba* casws a reid .. ..? day druggists sod medicine dealers. -
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J R Walker, Co Com and mileage.. J J e JAMBS. PBrrcHAiro, President; W*. M. BROWN, Vlce-Pr.u
COMMISSIONERS -
BREVARD COUNTY ..
0 C. S. ScHtnrucH, Cashier. llle
i EAST COAST ADVOCATE Georgiana. J RACuflkaLflf R.MI..c. .. I' .. mae

John C. Jones, .. N.. O5
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J. W. Bruner made a business trip to I J TTWetmore r Hell, toe .."......... .............. Ita II INDIAN RIVER STATE
I .AwasuEfcT joornn.il.. DBTOTBD TO *.. D.vsiyrumnn !Saturday. TiTusviiAie FLA... Feb. 8, 1002.: Kleotrla Light Co.,.,....... ......... ....... .9[ ItJpftrownj.IIor J BAN!
T/tusville/ : ........................
1 o* xua ura>ua aiTsa, X>AWOSTH Miss Catherine Clement was quite sick The Board was called to order on the .. .. jlUlltol' .... .. ............. 52:
A.D BISOAmS .ATS. OT1O.S.PVBU8HXD Srd Instant, by order of the Chairman. .. .waiting on Co Corn..4 COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
for several day. last week but is now .. e
t Present: J. K. Walker, lit District; J. N circuit "' :
EVIBT" FBIDAT.OJIABI.ES much better R Allot, 2nd District; K A. Conkling, John O Jones, copying' :!, : u.lnue5..5) 0 0 Authorized capital, $iQn.

t! ," Misses Nellie and Beth Bruner and 3rd District: J. O. June. 4th District T A J D CockshuM.Penney salary Olftoer."" ............... 10 4 Paid up capital, $25':
afternoon and J. I'. Bell 6th District A. A. Stewart ADd......., ........... > -J
Winnie Dixon a pleasant ; J K: pro-mooting atty JS
spent very
Editor & Publisher. .
l'' H W"'TOJl' I FtWw Bank. Int.. .,..... ......,.... Average deposits.
Jones
olerk and W. II. $1000
with Miss Catherine Clement, ; deputy Melbourne Bank. .......... .. ......... 10 *
; Discontinuance of advU. must be made peroaally Saturday:! iberlff. A A Stewart, accountant...... ..... .. .... 111 'J. Minutes read and approred. .4 annual statement.. CII eo
'. ; at this office or by: wrltlDIr.I Mr. Bain and daughter and her friend 2. Report of were E. W. Hall,tax collector, I. 4 msklng rep tax.:re.IemP..1:: : .::::: w Transacts a General Banii
I" and little daughter arrived Wednesday, r B 0 Ry Co, rent of
of collected the month
of
CBABLU. located poll during Jobn ,ltd of d appoitlonroent. .... U W .
Check,etc.,nay be made payabls to and In the Smith Henry
I are comfortably Jan.. 1002( amounting to $32, for 1901. C H Walton,auvt aunual stAtement .... 10 01 I Business
I H. WALToN' publlslier.Address cottage, now owned by Mrs. Pierce. tad $8 for WOO, was received and filed. J A .obnson. wood oourt house aad jail.. 4 01 ,
1' .... S VMorsball a I T c
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B R Wilson & Bon med lor prisoner
all oommanloatlons to Mr. and Mrs. Clement celebrated their 8. Financial statement of :Brevard He Bruce Co. books clerks office.. 20 7( I
EAST COAST ADVOCATE:, silver weddlnff/ Thursday. Their many county was received and filed. H <" W II Drew.Co war book and exp.. .. If Sj Largest and Oldest Bank on t tie Eli
: friends wish Ibom long life, health, prosperity 4. The Board wishes to Alan attention John Henry, blanks clarke oftlce.) 12
TiTDSvru.B, FLOBIDA. ... :
the next of nil notary publics to the law requiring B R Wtlmn pnyslown insanity ease fcc Exchange bought; and sold on all
and much for
.: JJ ,. ., happiness o W Hiimmeni. .". ".. 11M! COUDtrle.. rOle''I,
--- --- -- -- -- ----- them to license ..
i I.a quarter of a century. procure a before doing .. PBrowD.lherUr 0 II 211

___j- p"'" 11. S. Department of Agriculture Mrs. Plum took In the beauties of Palm at any business. This roust be attended to .D 6 Penney U ,Co 41A Judge :.:1 :U: ........ 1 SOj l-ntronage! appreciated.-Prompt- ierHo,
once .. .. .. treatment,and
'I it OO every favor ?
'f \ Weather Bureau Jupiter, Fla., Beach and Miami for several days last 0. On motion, $200.00 la transferred A C Blrdeneld, Com .. .. :::: } servattv* banking eoimlHtant granted. Il"'
week, and returned well pleased with .. .4 .. .... IICI
from) the fine and forfeiture fund to the R W (;Joode.M }
1r but he and rest of ., .... 0 CORHE8PONDKJ.T8
r her trip, prefers I quiet K KMKlish, 00 !
Tbs! followlnpc is a comparative statement our little home-like place.Mr. feeding/ prisoner fund. E H Hire, I. .... 1 00 aboard :National Rank 01 New **, .
National
f of temperature and rainfall for the 6. Bond of W. S.: Brannlng. as notary B H WIlMin &: Bon.mid pauvers: 'J 11II Bank ot Jacksonville, Fla
I week. ending Tuesday, Feb. 4, l00'J.i .and Mrs. Simmons arrived Friday public, was received and approved. B It Wilson, attendance. '*. 00 TI'.rUSVILLE FLA.
i j -1901- -1900DATB. night. They purchased the Klngmao 7. On motion, the moony remaining I A Mr irroecber.K Lyinan,ooffln, ... :'." 10 1000 00 ,
MAX. MIN. MAX. MI! property last year, and have made many In special road fund, old district No. 2. WmC-oriy, '- 1100 -=
t 29 TO 70 08 48 Improvements on it. So they now havea Is hereby transferred to special roodfund. DooDenbam, .4 .. >J 00

SO 77. 08 75 &2 co y and comfortable home of their new district Jto. 1. Lewis M Bridges. f'I' .,. JJJ TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY
,:J,! 31 T7 10 7 60 own. 0 8. On motion. M lea t'owe Is allowedto Futon, : ..\.......... SJ"M COMPAN1
1 78 414 62 49 0 Master Willie Barnett Invited the change the public road from one to fh.rlf PndMtt.-.. ....:..-.-. IB OO
.J CMcNelli. of ................ sun
l' 2 8J: 66) IS 49 members ot his Sunday school clans to four feet west, at her own expense. Tucker: "' ................ 1000A
I 3 O.'i 47 73 63 help him celebrate his ninth birthday, 9. Treasurer's report was then received Jore, ................ JO" Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime 'Cement
.1 J 4 98 49 ft! ((15 .Friday afternoon. They were tbe Misses and checked up. Messrs. Conk- Haicln! Of ................. BOOM ,

't t.' Total rainfall for the week: .00 Nellie and Jloth Bruner, Winnie Dixon, ling and Allot were appointed to-destroy Wm White Anderson, 'f..f................>.............. BO"100 *
.: Peps tu from normal rainfall for the the paid warrants urned 'over by the .. ......
re Koia Carter and brother, Master Walter Mrs J. C. Johnson, .... BOO ,I
_ I I ,I week: minus .73 Inches. Departure Carter. Grandma fllsoock provided Treasurer. They reported they had done Mr O. W.Brooks..5 00 Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick

_ I"" ,,1, from normal rainfall. since January Ii' cake lemonade, nuts, dates and candy in the same, and were discharged.On Samantha Ira CfOKby.Orlffli, .' ...'..,..........> BOO ,.,..,,
i; I ,J, minus 2.80 Inches. abundance.Mrs. motion, the report of Alex Near, John Herring, ," ................ BOO St.
I j.1 J ;' '! HAL. P. HABDIW', Observer, Fallln :E. W. Stlckney and A. R. Hodgson, Willis Griffin ................ JOBrerartl Offices foot of Hogan Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No, 2 2f
C. A. I
_ j came over, Tuesday marking! and laying.out" road In Eau Co BUM'Bank:, lot on war....... 40. 60A
---- '- from Cocoa and made a visit of several uaiiie: A Stewart.,reaordlnir deed.".... ...... 1 40 J. K. :S1UNNERLTN General Manager.:
was received
CHURCH NOTICES. days with Mrs. Hughes, Mr. A. L. proved. accepted and ap' G.me Warden Fund.
'i Bruner and Mrs. Hall. .She ....
expects to T A Robinson': game and Sib wanton 40 00
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--- 11. Report of Clerk of Circuit Courtof .......
spend a few weeks at Cocoa Beach before J At Oaban.com dep gaiua warden 1 00
; Archdeacon B. F. Brown will bold services returning to her home In Indiana. Mrs. tax Certificates redeemed or purchased Road & Bridge FuncT District' NO 9.W .

,' at St. Mark' church Cocoa, next Fallln spent her first winter here sixteen during the month ending Jan. SLat, 8" Norwood, Rd Snpv and exp......... 1000JIttftot.xanttnlngrotd. Murray & Baker
Sunday at 11 a. m.j; and at St. Gabriel's years ago, and baa been here nearly every 1002, was received and /flled. .... ............ 209
I l j\I I church, Tltusvllle, at 7:30 p. m. winter since. 12. Bond of J. B. Merrlwetber, with District No. 3. ,
D. a. Carlton and R. Carlton an sureties, ft M Msrtrn,moving oonrlcts ...........t 400
: Rev. J. A. Hughes will preach, next to carry a Marlin repeating rifle, No. R A (;....kllnK. suptnuuls.... ...... ... ... 8 00 4O1-413 East Hay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
Sunday at Saved Her Child's I/ife. R T Mc\1'adtlIlD.t. tor convicts..... ... 884
Itookledge
< \ I ap If A Drake, ......... 433 Headquarters for
a. m., and at the Presbyterian church proved. -
"la three weeks our chubby little boy District No. 4.San'es .,
Vi I Tltnsvlllo, at 7:15: p. m. Sunday a"hool0 was changed: by pneumonia almost to a 19. Bond of F. A. PUrdy with L. O. MorKiin.haullnfr Iqmber.. ...:..... 9110)
..;. I at 0:45: a.TO., and Young Peoples Society skeleton," writes Mrs. W. Watkins, ofrieiuant Bralnerd and E. Svedellua as sureties, J H Campbell lumber tor culvert ........ ,8 211 Wagon Material Vehicles sJ Harness
of Christian Endeavor at 3:30: to ,........ ........ Bicycte
p. m. carry a Winchester repeating rifle No CRPrlnoi, roadwork : 410
_ City. O. "A terrible couurh set .. .. .. _, .. ,
808) ?!. caliber $8. was received and .-S.. _----- .... _u...... ...u......... _.00.v.. w )
In, that, In spite of a good doctor's treatment an-. Jones.: ex.mIDtnlfroad..,............. T 10KlnIfCurr".ootruad and Sundries. .
for several weeks, grew worse every proved work......., 67 BO
: THERE l la a deal of breathing day. We then used Dr..King's: New Discovery H. Bond of Alex J. Goode, as notary 0 Special Road Fund-District No. 1. "KEL.L.V'.' SOLID RUBBER TIRES put

I, spacer In London, for this biggest for Consumption, and our darlingwas public with R. W., Goode, and C. II. 8.J.Norton,road work....,. ....i........... fO 00 on your wheel
1- Ii J city in tbe world has 271 pnbllo soon sound and well. We are sure Stewart; as sureties, was approved Hneolal Road I'lind-Dl.trlot No. 8. at sh notice.
this grand medicine saved his life." Millions IS. On motion, W. K. JIardee. W. J. John Hrntonactt shelling road......... 20A 00 I
t L I parks containing 18,876 acres. know it's the only lure cure for Allen and Sain: Utewart were appointed C T McBrIde muse for eonv ............. 3867

); { coughs colds and all lung; dinenee J. Bv to mark and lay out a road in Jensen. J R N A Waller Cnnkllng opt rep of Sebastian convicts'.lighter, .. ........... 44 40 00 00

I THE New York Chamber of Com. Screven guarantees satisfaction. BOo, $1. 10. Cost bill of Justice of the Peace J II'l'r..attguardtor. convict.......... 3028T .' ME:: ::eE :F'Ir'OE:: :' !
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Trial bottles free. J. .1\\[. Sanders, was Approved. PIHZW, ...........811211 I .
"I 11 merce U quite an old Institution 17. Cost bill of Justice of Peace C. F.. J () t-ties, anrvei Ing and expense........ 28 80 '
I :, for It. \1'.... A: Hfcewart. toul. etc.; convicts....... 88 88 :-Dealer In- *
was incorporated by Conkling
King was approved. 0 W 11 H"IDlln.lumber for bridge eta...... 37 68
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I' ill"' i George III, of England, on March RockJedge.I I :]8. Cost bill of County Court, special Special Road Fui d-DUtrlct No. 6.\ HIDES FURS, ALLIGATOR SKINS BEESWAX, TALLOW, ETC., Ill

It 13, 1770. term, was approved. Charles.. Srhuyler, hauling, nhall. ........ 1ft DOlUrfv Make roe
41 shipments.
]i.' Cost bill of Justice of Peace B. Jenningsshell work...... ....... 10 ooJPrieil your Prompt Attention.
''II', Tile most destructive fire that ever ac- F. Ilardesty, was approved.. ... ........._...... 10 onWOKrlnlr. P. O. .Box 86.&. .: Jacksonville, Florid'

:, I.. THIS in tbe commencement of a curred here-unless the burning of the 20. Cost bill of Justice of Peace W. J T 1evtIi'haullng dhell.> "...:::::,.::::::.:: 8349 5 W

: '! new jrear 40 please pay up your Kockledge hotel In 18N4 be excepted R. Koesoh, :was appioved. J M "rrel. Blilg brlilice .............. ...... 780
o//' broke out In South Jtockltidge lust Fri. 21. Kotjort of olerk, of Don-rellllJent K II Raulef80olbell work .. .............. 101 M
} subscriptions or will have ... ............
J \ you your day afternoon. A week before, the suction licenses collected NOarvey A 00
game was received BJTraynor, .... .......... 16 6wJM
; name stricken from the Hat. We men bad led brush Best
along tbe Material.
p by amounting to 200. Lowest '
\ Cam|>bell, lumber for bridge .....,. 1071 Prices j
f I must have cash to run tbls buslne... railroad track, In order to burn a fire 22. Report of J. N*. Waller, supt. of Raulerson & ..tndreweslieil and flit ..... Big 00
: Hue. Instead of burning It immediately convicts, was received and filed. Feeding Isoners.. Fund.
I ; :' : they left It there, and lost Friday, a few :M.: Report of Finn and Game Wardenwas 3 F 0 Brown feeding prisoners..... ....... 45 60 1,
r ,: &' JACKSONVILLE continues to grow minutes after the pausing of train No. received, and Hied. Fin and Forfeiture Fund.
T with 23, smoke was seen Issuing from these O A Front: ennVfeesCuCt...... BOO QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
a rapidity 24. Letter
absolutely .
J. "'j,' startling. brush The wind DempsyCaln, jr.. protesting J Andrews, .. .. .......... 10 ooM 1
4 At the present rate of growth she piles. was blowing a agalntit fishing In Hebastaln river, Goldsmith, ., ........... 10 ItO
gale from the southwest1, and before ..........
men was received, and the Fish and lame D L GauldeD > BOO
\, w will soon Oil up all the gaps, and could be collected to. fight the fire It had Warden's attention Is called tu the same, J.Brown. Crlm.. Pros.. Co.Ct......... 8 to Bond: Lumber Co. TitiiSYillfi
6 a ... .. .'. ,
the fire will have 48(10i (
left Into
great visible spread Monlelngo's
no orange grove, and he Is Instructed to look: Into the mat is i .. ./ ........ 0 70 ,
w traces of Its effects Upon the through Salmon's place, and Into the ter and proceed according to law. A A Btewa t. ......" B 18
Breeau grove. Men arrived JUG in timeto 23.;: On motion the J P Brown corns on flneds ... .......,. 879 A Trial
l city. Congratulations to the me the easment across property U F Conkling, Crim J>ms JP Ct ....... 288 Order Will Convince.;
house
save Munzlngo which .
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tropolls.I was of the estate of Martha CJ. Call man .. ........ a M
,' unoccupied. The fire swept Mr Breese's was received and tiled. JM Banders, ........ 103 S. O. VANLANDINQHAM, Manager. .
.. Tltiisville Fl .
grove which contains about nineteen 2L( On mnt.lnn. R A.. flrmlcllnry wan an- It F lIarde..), .' ........ 1 3H I
acres;from one eud to the other W R KnMiih.. a a ............ 1 *riMU --
\ ADMIRAL,
"N. DEWEY and utterly n
'; : Joseph Jefferson pointed a delegate to the meeting of the bills, "' ... 1\\ DO .
'j destroying both fruit and .. .. ..
't make : trees. Scarcely County Commissioners' Association, at 4 s5 .A.... 768
I a wonderfully lively a dozen trees on the whole place es .. .. "" ...I.I ... '
BOO
:: Jacksonville. Feb. 18th 11)02.) .
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and entertaining Their Jan e. Paine > ....... ..
It B 68
presence caped. was only with the
greRte.t"UJloulty 27. Report ot Justices of the Peace J. fPLAWson. '. as 5. .... ....
1880
'r ,;;''J' at the Breakers, Palm Beach that! the dwelling-house was M. Sandeifi, II. O. Bronson, C. F. Cookling Masury's Paints s
I 31. Easement of L S. Eldred
l! is all the saved. Two out-building caught; are was received
enjoyed by guests. When hoot tlardee and VK, Koesoh, and flled. Iii
but .
by hard work the fire "
f it comes to wit neither was extingu were received and filed. I ;
4 can roore a ished. A tool shed caught fire and bW'IJed 2H 32. Contract of King Curry for the
111' 'knock: out, and the contest ends in before anything could be done to save Report of licenses of County Judge and Collector -I publlo road from St. Lucle, 6>a miles *

il':( a draw." These distinguished I it" A large pine tree at the south month of January, collected amounting during to $70.i8 the! north, having) been :flalshed according ARK TUE BEST. SOLD BY

>'I jtentlemfln are much attnahad to. east corner of Hue house took fire, and State and $!II .IO County received to specifications, the same Is accepted.
-- -- had to be was On motion, the Board adjourned to G-EC>:RG-E.: F. .riDXSON
.J another cut down ID order to cave thehou.e. and filed. :P. :
I one and their ,
presence meet the first Monday March 1002.)
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Had the ,
wind]
not suddenly
veered 20. On motion the bond of ; Webb
I F.3.
,. adds greatly to the charm 'of Palm the THE LUMBERMAN.
to southeast, undoubtedly the as notary; public, with W, II. Jones .fld 0

.," Beach. _. lire would have spread through the C. II. Walton as sureties, was approved. Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA
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r ;Ir .. whole hammock. Mr., Broese's' loss ,is .TO. The fallowing bills were examinedand

: .i TUB British government will not wery and dollars.heavy, amounting He still had to several thouai: approved by the finance committee, Pressed and Itepal red. Ladies'dressesa -
about : boxes
< 4 allow old clothes to be sent to the 210 and warrantsordered to be drawn for the Address H. A.. ,HODGES.
cf oranges on the tree., all of which same by the Board, this Feb. 4th 1004 specialty. ,
Boer prisoner. at Bermuda, for are ruined. Ills trees are Injured beyond : 0 SAM PERKINS, ,

"ll' fear of contagion, so the govern. recovery, most of them being killed. For ITDCon<ngferrymaa.. General Fund..,... .. .......... 1000 Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, Manufacturei of

I ment supplies all those who need for him his It U entire a worse grove disaster will than have a to freeze be K 110..1".,'e.r'lDan..... .......... .. .. .... loon P. O. Box 2S5. Sanford, Flo. ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber, ..
reset -- --
'm clothes with new suits. Many\ a and It will be years before he has ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crate

;!, destitute person In Jacksonville another crop of oranges. Any one contemplating shedding their 1 ii ,
pineapples building I
.I' after the fire, would like to have The Buffalo Gasoline Motor. sty part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. or The oranges saw: mills or are loatW

::1 been treated the same way ai the IN MEMORIAM. at part Buffalo of the Bluff East,Coast.near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to MJ I

British government has been treat. --- Address: II. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, ,.1.
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tbe Died on the 20th of January 1001, 4 .
Ing Bermuda Boer prisoners John Thomas Price, In tbe 87th of Cylinders. Variable Speed. ,

.I by giving them new clothing instead his ages Honest and upright in year all his CEO. R. WALLACE Agent. PALM BEACH. FLA. I Official -

I of old.I dealings. Making friends wherever.he Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.

I went. I
; lie was taken from us without a mo NEW VICTORIA JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The Net
f' Chicago and Twine
THE Co.
: ship subsidy bill la up again I menta warning, without a chance to give .
\S and will doubtless pass both houses. us a farewell kiss to console us In our Cor. Main and Adams Streets. Manufacturers .

': It I. purely a party measure, all sad bereavement. God,In his mysterious Everything new; centrally located ; elegant suites with private baths; free of-

": i' the republicans for, and nearly all! for ways a,purpose ha removed that we him cannot from understand.our home bin. Rates, American $2 to |3; European rooms 75o/ and upwards: Special

.A the democrats against it. Possibly, We miss his kind and gentle ways. It rates to commercial travelers,

when it comes to a vote some of I Is hard to part with those we> love, but R.
t the republicans will side with tbe to Thy will, 0 Lord, we will\ submit. BIXLEK Proprietor. 3i

I democrats. From our view point, Sorrowaud sadness will be turned (Ito c= (

the billie not nearly so "iniquitous"as What gladness, though, the night be dark, the HOTEL SEMINOLE; WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

some seem to think, but a few morning will dawn. I

modifications should be, and doubt. Though we are severed, Up.todate( and modern In all Its appointments, with large
airy room which t uC
frt less will be made before Its pas-age. It will not be forever will appeal to the comfort loving tourUts. Situated directly ,opposite, tbe to FISHING NETS 9 I
Our commerce demands much of Sweet will our meeting be Koyal 1'olnclann, commanding a magnificent view up and down Lake Worth. and Netting of Every Description. ,

us, and nothing should be done In yonder bright home. The liouae has been thoroughly renovated, and Is under new management. tDealers'ln Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc.: fII
that would hinder May, his soul rest In peace. Superior cuisine, with northern white waitreises. Hunting, Fishing, Boating natoraof Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
it in any way. second to none. Hates, *:*to $3 19-81.sa S. Indiana St.: .
I Ills Wire AND LITTLE: ONES. per day.; peclal by the week. For proapectus Chicago, I 11.
and
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Information
apply to .7. C. Mention The ADVOCATE
SUMMERS In
Prop. your letter... t
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Mn. H M. FLAOLKR -
has
succeed A Legacy<< of the GrIppe _We are Members of the Illinois Flnh .
ed in converting Palm lieacb into Is of Everybody TheLargest rm n a Asenciation.rv! _=.....
ten a run-down system. Weakness
a veritable paradise. Puhu. Beach, nervousness, lack of appetite, energy an1ambition Goes to.,. The Palm I B eae h Hotel

naturally beautiful, has been made with disordered liver and kid. Next to
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indescribably grand and wherever neys often follow An attack of this wretch. In the World.
CREAM
ed dlaensa. WHITE.S
The greatest need then C
the eye turns It Is rewarded with Electric: Bitters, tliesplendlil tonic, blood Is :Bates $ .OO per day and up. Special monthly. 'tV ORMS

scenes so magnificent that it is dif purifier and regulator of stomach, liver Rooms with or without private bath. Located! next VE it'IFuq] ,
cult for one to and kidney Thousands have to X..U..OramUlf. 32 y.>
persuade the mind proved Folnciana Hotel, with a beautiful rotunda 10.1x85:\ rv J

,. that the locality is real and not afairy's that nerves they build wonderfully up the .".tem strengthen, and restore the overlooking tropical Lake Worth. Close to ocean For 20'iem..lf "s Led a.l 2 Wcna RcKiedJcs. () 17P T TdYttIa

dream. No truer friend to to hl'alth and /good spirits after an attack and all the other attractions and sports of this most Prepa-s & %. U% .A.Eat.:: xcrcs-x'x.!!
:Tlorlda exists that Henry M. of Grip. suffering popular winter the by ---.Po. JAM 3 LoU I 50
Flag try them. Only Oc. resort In world. Our porters, 17. 2AL.LAR:), St.
let, and It I. our earnest wish that Perfect satisfaction guaranteed! by J. B. with bicycle chairs meet all trains at: Poinciana sta
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a lie may live long to promote the in. Screven. tion. Splendid fishing and shooting. -

t rests of our (State, and to give us jg..ra

Pi the benefit of his genial presence. at-Job the AavooATK Printing office.of all Send kinds your executed order. Lt LAcC noiua* .. CJIAS. A. TOE, 31ana:
ram Beach, Florida.I I Prints all kinds of Commercial *
i JUtlonery Wedding Stationery, Card. WOEt

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 7, 1902. G l



.E.H. ARMSTRONG I. Eden. I- Melbourne. GEORGE MARX JOHN MARX. I


B1FW.Rlchard-returned from Atlanta nlI :H JBRC: >S. I

evening last. GOODS a CIOODE.-KwU BMM and Loins ,
Agent for .I rna, London and JUwrpool andOM Wholesale Dealer In
:Mr.: Curtlll gave a very delightful card Provldenoo WMblnKUm: and sun Fin I,
party on Wednesday O"'L' Inmirano "Special) Ktt ntlon paid to the
bore being her guests evening, her neigh- ln.an...ts ol aOD'reeld.DIa. GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE..

HOTEL CARLJCTON..op.D th. year round.' Deltrhtful -
:Mr.: John Miller and her
sister :Mr: *. ( pot, to spend winter or cummer Lo
Wlllman, were the guests of Mr. R, R. _MH| on high ulnir ovcrluoktns toe Indian Corner West Day and Julia 8t.., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Ricou, Jensen, last Sunday. 1U .r. Terms. moderate

Miss\ L. M. Brown one of our former Baking! Powder Mf&u KoncrrcoN,Proprietor. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.

,h atiA popular visitors arrived on Wednesday ||Cr Subsctlptlon for the ADvocATE. i
night on a visit to relatives.Rev. the flak paper of the East Coast, will be
EYE SPECIALIST. reoe at the :Melbourne: Fostofflce.Aldlne !. 1
L. J. Sawyer who has been We are headquarters for all kind of Seed and Eating: Potatoes and Cow Peas;
,
Jacksonville Fla tor of the Eden pus- guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
street Congregational church
TV Bay Hadley Is preparing to plant an
; and Give trial and will be
for the three your Granges Vegetables u* a you pleased.
.
past ;rears. sent In his res- orange grove on the bluff property be
lunation last week.A bought last year. :MARX: BROTHERS! Jacksonville, Fla '

EAST AID WEST PALM BEACH. large launch party went from this Most healthful Mrs. E. M. Campbell spent a few days By- We only Sell to Dealers.

place to attend the dance given at the of the past week at Itoscland, the guest i I
I Jensen Town Hall, by the member ef of her' son, Allen Campbell.
;
he pink paper 1 I. much In evidence one the Band, and enjoyed It very much. leavener in Eau Gallie. South Rockledge.
Worth. George; Powell of Chicago, arrived on
. Swift and family of Chicago Edwin Talcott who spent two week at Tuesday. We are all glad to welcome -

vest eo. B.at Palm on Tuesday to take pos, the home Netherby in New York left,city.on Sunday He for his to the world.Goes George among us once more. Another cold wave on Monday 1Mb.II. J. Grotjan Ronald of Lotus, wo* visiting )

Ion of their winter home. expects Hon. H. II. Spencer and wife of friends here on Sunday f
In
return March with this wife, and will L Jordan la setting out more treeson
he young men of tho town gave ala remain during April. farther. Beech wood. ]11., are among the many] his Magnolia avenue property. J. F. Wooten and wife, of Cocoa, were
the 27th nit. In the Club pleasant! tourists at :Melbourne this sea E. M\ Breese's
calling on on Sunday
dance on Mrs. !Sandford:' Duncan died at Nashville Our hotels are having their share of ;

m over the Free Reading room. Tenn., on Friday, Jan. 31st. Mrs. son.Mrs. patronage, and many are arriving.$ hire C. B. Magruder has her commodious
Margaret RIley of Boston, a for- Duncan was the sister of Mrs. E. A. Ireland :: Mary Knight Moses of Philadelphia house filled with with boarders.
of this Pa., In again amontf the pleasant E. B. Randall acted as pilot on the Da-
visitor to Titusvllle. has ar- place and made kind
popular hotel friends many guests of Hotel Carleton. Her many; nana River mall route, on Monday. Miss\ Edith Sollee spent last week visiting -
Palm Beach with during her visits here.
at the a _,...
H OvM reseal ee. MW /e5M Melbourne friends are pleased to see her C. Alnesworth has returned from his her cousin, Airs.( Geo. F. Knsey, of
y of friends. Mrs W. F. Richards took her cousins, Tropic
the ladles of the executive: : committee the Misses Miller, and her daughter and Mrs Kttterlng and friend from. hunting trip-full of game and glory E"erybudyabould read the newsy pink

tthe' Free Reading room have added sons, to Fort Pierce last Saturday, to Ankona.I' Chicago. Mr have. rented the Williams cottage. Capt. Moaeley again at his post In paper of the East Const, If they want

joty or more books of tbe latest pub- call on their new cousin Mr and Mrs.C'has. friends Melbourne Kittening who has a boat of old the flub IIOUHO,,.and I I. shipping fish dally news of Interest. .
welcome hei
; Campbell's infant daughter.Yrs.
collection ,
itlons to their latest of and her friend here. Miss Faith Coon Las been indisposed( One of our neighbor succeeded In

$ks. C..A. Robinson entertained quitea Oeo. Beck, of White City made a IIy for.a few day, but Is again about. usual bagging! three quail as the sum total of a. q
Petitt, of Pelican Lodge re&sd large last to this place Sunday Last Friday Capt. Alex: J. Goode took I I' r
(aonry party, Friday evening. Cards ing trip on wloter's.port.
P. A. McMillan is doing well with his
the 20th from a two weeks'to In order tbe a to Eaa Gallie, where '
were fore
Philadelphia.on He is delighted to evening after during which there part of the Rev. Sawyer of Tibbnls will hold services they visited the Hotel Granada and the trade-boat, calling at point. on the lower A. Wheeler, with a number of friends t l
music
,. back to the genial temperature of Mrs. Amy Blake Banff several was choice selections at the residence of J. H. Ankeney, attractive home of Mrs. Barbour where river. were h.rel'8oently. viewing the ruin the -. +

jet Palm Beach.' and Mrs. William /Saunders: con on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. they found. fruit and flowers In many varletlell. The Llzcle and Alice are out on Indian fire had wrought ,$

I Wbillden has been confined to 'tributed several piano solos, which were N. W. ITrantz la Improving his place by River almost dally, with Jolly parties on Mr. and :Mrs.: K. B. Paxton were ball\ ; ?
ayor well received. additions to his house, and a very roomy Dr. Grodner and wife left Hotel Carleton board. ers at the home of Mr. and Mr*. Salmon
several day. with a
I house for glad to,not that severe be la Wanted schoolma'am. Our public tenant house\ and work shop on the Tuesday evening for a short visit to The heavy winds of Monday prevented the first of the week. .
but are
I and, about we, .looking to the general In- school closes Its four months' term to- premises. Cuba Carleton but say they foa the will then of the return tohotel the departure of a Jolly party' to the John Matthews, after a ten days' ao- ", I }
rest
season
eta of our town a. usual. day. Mrs. Mahoney who has conducted W. T. Walker returned home ?Monday as Melbourne seems like home to them, : Ocean beach. journ at this place, returned to his borne .

the school with much success Is com from a visit of several weeks In Orlando, We will all be them Mr. and Mrs. Warren of New York, at South Bend, Inl\\. Ills brntlher,henry
has her now. pleated to
Woodward opened see
las Laura pelled to leave for her home-the manager Fla. He made the entire trip with his back are now occupying Mrs. Harbour's) cot- W. Matthews, will stay until March 1st. 1
llo In the house recently vacated by of her plantation having left she la
horse and Highland
on
Hood and family. Miss Woodward compelled to go and take charge. We wagon. I Mrs. J. O. Davis, of New York of the tage avenue. Another very destructive fire., caused i,

\Ituated now with plenty of room to want a three months' subscription school, Three flab camps are established ..at Central Council; Mrs. J. II. Murfln of Rev. W. T. Lane of Sebastian, held by a spark from tbe one o'clock passenger -

i* her attractive paintings and to but have no teacher as yet. this place this season, and all seem will Ann Arbor, State Secretary, of Michigan; services in the Dapl\II\ church) last Sunday train' ran across I ho slough! and then

;oni9 her visitors. She has named satisfied with the amount of business. Mrs. B. C. Whitney of Detroit chairman morning and evening.Mr. passed through E. M. Breese' orange

residence "Sunnyhnrsk" Mr. Elllngsun, who has spent much Tbe Ankona Fish Cu., and Sample A : of Detroit City Union; Mrs. J, !grove, even roasting some of hi. oranges; 1{.
time during tbe last three In Eden the dlreoc James Cooley, of Lansing, Mich., was In surrounding his bouse and burning! his i
years Bahney are only ones shipping, of St. Augustine : Mrs. Berry
and Eau Oallle's last In his
pleasantly harbor week
family are
r. Hlghley! and vicinity, painting, varnishing, paperhanging from here.E. of Tampa, Fla., and Mr,.Flai'I. Keys, of boat-house. It cams very near burninghis
home north of fine A of friends
ited in their winter yacht. party were on
eto., expects to leave soon for residence aid barn. The fire also
Lemon City Fla. attended the State
hesda-by-tbe-8aa. Their steam launch Matter Is putting a new roof on his board.
the far northwest where he will be join- convention of the King' Daughters backed against/ the wind Into M. C. Wai-
arrived and the family have many ed by bis.wife and family. We hate to residence. The house Is among the oldest held at Melbourne this week. The Card club met on Thursday evenIng mon's grove, ruining about two acres of I I

s for guests and frlenda during the see him go. lie is an artist In his line. in the neighborhood It having been with a full attendance. These meet. : young orange trees; and over In the ,

t two months.( They are welcome Old furniture, under bis treatment becomes built In the early '80's, when building Lost Friday evening hire Mlday enter ng? are very popular with our citizens north side of T. M, Montclngo's grove,
,tents to the coterie of the east side. new, and there are several garret- material was hard to find, and the mean tained a Jolly party of young people asher and guests nearly ruining It. The fire broke out

fuls left. We don't be will of getting It hem, still harder. pleasant home. Among those present afresh \ about o'clock
very pleasant progressive euchre hope \ freeze The Princes I la again In commission, on MiUiirdny: ten on )
y was given on Wednesday evening up noit h, but-Well, we hope he will W. C. Rawllnson 'recently made flyIng were the Misses Annie and Jessie and look like a new boat since her over the south Hide of Montzlngn's, leaping. t

the ladles of the Palm Beach hotel. return. business trip to( Melbourne and assures oode, Emma Matilda and Ceaarea hauling and painting. The vessel I for the firebreak ; and but for the timely
that the of the removalof Mldav, the M 11"sr... Robert Brush Claude aid of Mr.' Brume find two young men
I following evening the rugs weren Captain and Mrs. Thomas E. Richard us rumor sale or.charter
from the floor, and dancing was celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their the Melbourne State Bank to Fort lieiiujenn serve>n Wallace., A dainty w ho appeared on tbe iIc.n., the residence

order of the evening. Sociability wedding on February 2nd. As the famly Pierce, Is an established fact, which has supper was and game and muslo If you want ft. good time come to the would, have been burned, UN the Humes

us, and the comfort and pleasure of Is in mourning, the day was spent later been confirmed by circular letter made the evening pass almost too qulok- Spinsters' Convention. on Monday" evenIng lau up to tile building.

guests Is earnestly sought for by very quietly. The relatives and neighbors from the bank to that effect. I ly for the happy young people. at 7K:! o'oluok. Reserved seat at i

and manager. called during the day to offer congratulations Edgar Lewis who, with hUfamily, are The new auditorium Is nearing com- Eau Oallle' postotUce.Mr When writing advertisers please. 1

is with much regret that we an- and the Captain and his the latest to become permanent settlers pletion and add much totbe appearanceof F. K. Colby killed a ground rat. mention tbe ADVOCATE

nce the departure of Mr. Paul Tuzo wife received many useful and appropriate bere, is beginning a very handsome residence Melbourne. Mr. Wells says It will be tier while going over to the Ocean bench u

bll bride Mr. Tuzo having finished gifts, among which Is a gilt clock, on bis property lately purchased finished and In !good shape to receive the last week. Mrs. Colby skinned the reptile KKAL ESTATE FOR SALE.As .
for Whitehall Newk under glass, which la to be wound only from the Calleman estate. .Mr*. Lewis people who come to attend the Chautan- and will have It mounted as a souvenir .
to
plans goes once a year, on the second day of Feb will be remembered as tbe daughter of qua, during the first two weeks of March. of the trip. -
to his office work. Mr.
resume Captain Richards in his .."eotaecond We already hear of friends along the Administrators of the Estate of
!Mrs.. Tuzo( count friends by the score( ruary. Mr. and Mrs. 1'. D. Ankeney, who were Mrs. O. F. Ensey, of Tropic, was surprised w
: year, and his wife Is three the of Ankona and for river who Intend to come and bring tents William Treutler, deceased, We offer at
the expiesHiona: of regret at their rears his Junior. They are both in good among whom the pioneers named. to camp In during tbe ullembl,. We by tbe advent of a jolly party of private sale) the following described Real
in God speed 'and an early return tom evening last. Music, singing and dano-
brats their diamond anniversary In 1U27 all, and a rare treat Is In store for those No. I. Bold
Beacb. May they live long and Duck are plentiful-no high ball re who.attend. ng were the features of the evening, ,
per. quired. which was In honor of khan Edith !Solleo: No. 3. All of tit of NEi, Section :31,
I TRIED FIVE DOCTORS.-Mrs.Frances Tbe King's Daughters held a reception who Is the guest of Mrs Knsey for a few Township 27 Mouth, Range 37 Fast covered i c
ts. Louis Clark, of Plttsburg Pa.' a L. Sales of Missouri Valley, Iowa. Miss Holmes li vlsltlag her sinter, Mr*. at tbe Congregational church Tuesday week with water, lying In said Eau Gallie I

torresklont of Palm Beach has pred writes: "I bad severe kidney trouble for Pomero,. evening, at which about one hundred River and !Eau (Jallle\ Buy, containing
to the Episcopal churth, Betbes- five doctors without ben- home. We entertained for Mrs 8. E. Bnibour I.I erecting a pacUr-
years, bad tried Forest Hamor Is again at guests were delightfully about :10 sores, more or less
ij-tlio-Sen, a very beautiful brass efit, but three bottles of Fuley's Kidney have missed him very much Trhile he was two hours The church was beautifully lug house and general utility building on No. 8. Hol... ,
8 and two vases for( the altar, which cured B. R. Wilson & Son. decorated with palms vines and flowers. her new !grove, recently purchased from
s much to tbe beauty and eocleslastluppearance Cure me. ; away soliciting pines. the Treutler estate. Mrs. ,Jiarbour baa No. 4. That portion of SW>/, Section
t Refreshments
served the
by
of this mnch-loved little The borne of F. E. Lewis, formerly of ladles and were Mesdames young made extensive Improvements to the 21, Township: South:, Range 87 East '
gentlemen. W. T.
roh. Rev. Mr. Hlndry preaches toe Fort Pierce. Chicago, Is well tinder way and It. prom. Well and Kate. Glllman assisted the pl'"perty.looe becoming Its owner, T. commencing at a point 371)) feet. Wait from 'i
Northeast ) Section lineas
] congregations every Sunday, and aes to be a very fine. house. young ladles In receiving. The receptionwas ::Sumter, formerly In charge of the government corner post on i
Bahamas Is aforesaid and Ito( feet South of said' X
music la of an exceptionally good are always on !given In honor of the visiting dole- gardens at Nassau ,
Building Improvements Section line for a tuning point, thence
Bell left for Tttusville, Sunday, In of the and
it, and shows careful and J. F. charge grove buildings
training
i attend the commissioners' meeting. band. Just now N. W. Frants I I. build- gates: to the King': Daughters con veu run /Sou: feet, thence East 100 feet,
ration. tq Ing some out-buildings eto. Lion A play wjll be given In the Eau Qulllwhall thence SOuth 4W: feet, thence West to .

Mrs. W. Richards and family, of Eden cold that reached bere Sun- on Monday evening, the 10th last., Section line, thence Nortl 028:.! ft, thence
A.Lambert of Rachel N C. writes: were pleasant visitors town this week. Tbe snap harm and the To cure a sough stop coughing, as It entitled "Tbe Spinsters' Convention/ East 717 feet more or Ions, tote. point 100
eartHy endorse Foley's Kidney Cure. day, did no pineapples are Irritates the lungs and gives them no No< trouble or expense Is being spared to feet West of Southwest. corner of plat of '
>es what do ande Dr. Fox of Philadelphia Is visiting at blooming right! along. We are sorry to
you claim It will\ chance to heal. Foiey' honey and Tar make this entertainment the success) of Harno, thence South 1M\ feet thence
U nothing equal to It, and I thank St. Lucie, at the residence of Senator loose tbe warm, sunny weather that we cures without causing rfttraln In throw. the season. Mrs. E. W. Stickney Mrs. East 790 feet to West side of 1"'. E. C.

for tie good It has. done me." Accept Quay. have bad tbe last month though. Ing off the phlegm like common cough Canneld. Mrs. Plngrey Miss Coon; Miss Railway right-of-way, thence North on 4; j ;?

<1b tltute. B. R. Wilson A. Son. Roylance Klopp have the contract The reception given by Mr. and Mrs. expectorants. II. K. Wilson: Son. Kochsler, Ure.I'otter. Mrs.Nesbltt Mine West side( of F. E. (I. Railway rightofway -

For another large residence for a northern C.T. McCarty at their home Coocordla.on Beach, Miss Hodgson Mlns McMillan, 00 feet, thence. East to point of .beginning '

Hobe owner. tho 2Knd ult., was a grand success. Mrs Gilbert Mr. II. U. Hodgson, Mr.' excepting: railroad right-of-way
Sound. i The northern people are coming everyday Mr. and Mrs. Ingraham Miss VanDeman Indianola Htlckney and others, will be In the caste. through said land Containing about 'in }

I and there are so many arrivals that and Miss Stockton:! guests of Mrs. Mo- These name are a guarantee of the success acres Including the County road This J '

every place Is filled up. Car ty, assisted In receiving. The large of the entertainment. Refreshments tract has a young !grove of MX or 000 '
r. Miller, from Palm Beach was a A. Hildreth I I. his sail
company present were served with Ice rebuilding will be dispensed by the Ht. Johns Guild, tree on It, and an artesian well, eto.
()r over Sunday on the Buckeye.r. : The dancing class here Is pl'OJf8a.lngfloely bat the Columbus.
;
the able tuition of Miss cream cake coffee and sweetmeats, and I aDd> the evening wilt\ close with a dance No. B. Begin( at Southeast corner of I
under
Pltou' house,remodeled, presents Xenee Rowe of !St.: Louis. everybody seemed to have had aa enjoyable -Plea.e write u* whenever you fall to for which muslo has been provided. lot now. or formerly owned by J. I. liar

rapoBlng and attractive appearance. time.A receive the ADVOCATE.: risen, thence run- Houth! across Elbow h'

UUM Edith and Adele Crawford( of R. D. Holmes and family the last of Fort few party of seventeen spent very enjoyable George Sweeney I at home again after W. W. Umbsrger grocer of Marshall, creek to North boundary of land belongIng ;.

York, are guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. Drum, have been In town day at the Ocean beach, last Sat- several month stay In Daytona. Mo., writes "Foley's Honey and Tar Is to Wm. Treutler thence East along t, u
eider day, trading and visiting friends. urday. In the party were Mr. and :Mrs.: the best cough cure on the market to- yI l Section Hoe which Is the North bonncf

Mrs. The dredge boat Suwannee has finishedthe George Abdlll. Mrs. Kd.,Abdlll. Master County Commissioner( J. R. Mlott hasbeen day. 1 have used most all kinds and am ary of Wm. Treutler's land to North bank
r. Phelps, a guest of Mr. and Walter and Wins Katharine Alhdill all In Tltuvill this week of Elbow thence West bank
canal and left on the 25th ult. for Boar sure that there line other so good for creek along
ay. la t
&s.from convalescent after a serious Tampa. ,She got to Fort Lauderdale from Danville, 111., andguestsof Mr. and to his usual monthly duties on the both young and old, and especially for of said creek to point of beginning! being 1

typhoid fever. Saturday night where she will wait for Mrs. L. B. Abdlll; D.L. Clark from Newton Mr. and Mrs. Derby of Norfolk, Va., children. We are never without In the In Section II: Townsblp27 South Kane* t

>t us be Joyful, If its true we are to fair weather before proceeding on her : Ia.; Mrs. Hunt, of Missouri; Mr. and Mr. Schuyler a nephew of G. W.tcbuyler' house" D. R. Wilson sou.Lotus. 87 Esst. This land Is covered with the {
i a new depot. It will be a very neo- 'and Mrs. O. T. :McCarty, Brian McCarty; have been staying at Indian wsteis of the oreek.
voyage. Ko> Call of Iowa City; la.; '11[". J. A. ,
ry and essential convenience. y ola house No. 6. Part of sub-division of Lot ::11.1Ioutoo' ;
The town election came off to-day, Ankeney, 8. n. Ankeney, Will Frantz,
Oallle
addition to Eau:
e think more than one bottle will be with the following result: Mayor A. C. 14...and Mrs. L. B.Abdlll ; and Mis Amy Mrs. C. E. Richard and children of of Houston* street and street through, corner the t

en, next week; when Mr. Pitou'snificest Dittmar; marshal and collector D. S. Swords, of New York, the guest of Mrs. Columbus, 0., are pending the winter Koesob addition fronting 100 feet onHouston
,
new launch Is christened.recent Carlton: clerk and treasurer H. J. MoCarty. with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. A, S.Humphry streetNo
alderman Gladw.n and A. Monday night a. cold wave swooped
B. B.
arrival Is Joseph Arthur of Klopp; *. down[ on us and made us shiver.E. 7. Commence about 0 chain 8S slinks
am Manor, N. T.-a brilliant and O. IT. Ilogg. Olr> M. E. Earnest sod daughter. Miss West from Northeast corner of i,
will at the Carl- ,Iey. I It. Provost and 8. A. Osteen made
esaful playwright: -accompanied by Wile Faustina apper Carrie who have been guests at Oak Section 20, on Section !line between 8 o-
Ife. ton flail Saturday evening February cottage the past month have returned a business trip to Cocoa Saturday
dances. I tlons 17 and 'M(), run West chains 13: !links.
tustiia( Pltou whose fame asa play- 15th, In her specialty novelty seen. Mr. and Mr. Willis Kirkland'apent to their home In Coburn us, O. C. D. Provost, of Georglana, was visit- thence South 10 chain 04 links, thence I ,

be is established Arrived on Friday One of the prettiest sights come ever all. Admission several days as Olney this week. The ADVOCATE I I. one of the largest lug here Sunday. We learn be has sold South 00 degrees seconds.. East 8 chain

Im accomplished and lovely daugh- Don't miss it. Come ecnts.one, We would like to see a few more subscribers weekly paper la tbe state. It I I. all its orange crop here. to Eau Oallle Itlver, thence follow the Il, .

illiw Avlie, and her maid. .. 25 and 50 to the pink paper In this burg.Messrs. printed at home and Rive more East. Messrs. Tucker and William are dig- shore of Kau Oallle River In an Easterly '

a ph Jefferson entertained his son, of Coast news than than any other paper. their this weekr and direction to a polntdneAouth from place
, Piles of people testify to the merits Van Gad and O. Curry 'parsed Reader are you a subscriber If not, rlng potato crop of beginning thence north to point of
JetYel'lloo'and at have nice ones.Albert .
Purdy
Dr. E,W. It Immediately some very
Salve In curing pilot. here Friday en route to Fort containing
la Beach last board the Banner through I why not 1 beginning, acres, more or
Tuesday on relieves and quickly cures. No Pierce. Chalker Is laid up with a very less, and known as the Kltchell: place. '
ice Fishing was excellent. Wilson A Son. Mr., and Mrs. Gotshell and ber three
:
other salve so healing. John McLaughlin has gone to Fort I largo boil on his leg which la vgry pain- No. B. N E Jf of Section! 28, Township. ;M f
ha daughters, of Scranton, Pa., bave returned -
Grant, ever genial 1, 1s bustling fierce, where he expects to> remain some to Indianola again this winter and I ful. Dr. Capron lanced U Saturday 27 South, Range 37 East, containing 100 f,

I e 4,days town, with,the entire charge.of poet mat- Viking.Andrew time. although they have only been here a : E. W. Capron bus shipped the last ofhie acres, less railroad right-of-way

ail, store, freight, express of men John Padgett returned Tuesday, froma short time are able to nx a decided tangerine., and T. O. Itonald I I. hip- No. O. XWJ:(of Hection Township i

r. Titoa's catering to a large force -made a business trip very pleasant trip to Sebastian and change for the better In the health of ting his a* fast as possibl They arewringing 27 South, Kange 37 Kant containing 140 1"r, ;'
Erlcksen
employ. itoseland Mr*. Ootsball and daughter Holds. a better price at present. acres, less railroad rI h toot.way. $ ,

here In-Hobe.Sound did 'Charlie to Fort Pierce, Monday.A Messrs. Will Rogers! and John Padgett: Mr. and Mrs. J.Crawford of Scranton, C. F. Walker was In Cocoa Monday, No. 10. 4.1: iJO.JOtJ acres, l less railroad j
and
*>n get the mumps? Didn't he line baby girl was born to Mr. have !gone hn a several day*' camp hunt Ps., who have been here but a short attending to business matters. He Is right-of-way, being part of Lot 1 and of

ale batter? Hi* wife with a merry Mr,. L. U. JJovelsrud Tuesday on the St. Jolin'a marsh time have been called home by the I lines putting In a fall line of general mercban- NEWof NWJtf: Section, Township 87 ,
In her eye Informs us: "Waddle with which South, Range 27 East known as J. L
ftdd
Monday Jan. 27tb their but to return diM In his new store some
reached his second childhood." School opened 3f rs. Mary McLaughlin and ton, Ed., of son, hope Stewart
place
Miss. Bernice E. Strahan as teacher. Robert, Dan and John made a business gain In a few weeks, and occupy their attraction to Lotus I"aln.Jlueldeu' .

"Uacr" party consisting of T. A. and sister, Miss Alice, rip-to Fort Dram on Monday new home, which Is being erected and X". 11. Lots 17 and 19, block, Townof
r.lbbon
I or. Or. Miller, Dr. Purdy and C. B. Charlie for their home la pushed along a. rapidly* possible. Eau Ualllv. I. '
8alv
Arnica .
Monday
reon< piloted by Capt. Hoke had a departed, No. 12. Lot 1, block 4, Town of Kau?. ( I a aGallle.

I t outing at Gilbert' Bar. I'll tell England. Helseth and O. Million Put to,"Work. Family' / jar are more often the resultof The beat and most famous compoundIn Quit claim deed for this onl,.., .

more' anon-"and thereby bangs a Mesdames Andrew Tuesday herewith Tbe wonderful activity of the new cen Indigestion than else. JJ,.- the world to conquer ache and kill held under Tax Title. 'y' )'" I., '. +"'

story IIeiceth, of Oslo Mrs.spent John Il.te.tb. and Curl Is shown by an enormous demandfor : peptic. are usually Irritable, nervous, iitlos. Cures cuts, heal barns and bruises For price and term. address, .. ;'t:" ..,

their sinter the world's best. workers-Or. King's/ iranky Individuals, who make trouble for aubdoeeln'lammaUon. masters pile. F. A. MORGAN and W. II. JONES, ,.. .
.a e always used Foley Honey and family. ___ ._. New Life Pill. For constipation, sick I all those around them. Dr. Loyal Ford' )Illll)ns of boxes sold yearly. Work won
'".3b medicine and think It the best chilblains quickly> > cured headache, bllllouraeM, or soy trouble of Depeptlelde make tbe stomach right dere In bolls, ulcers, felons, skin *ruplons. A* Administrator of the Estate of Wra. .

a world," say Chas. Bender news-, Frost bites and mOAt healing r.meet .toma.eli. liver or kidney tbey're unrlved. and restores health and happiness In the It cares or no pay. 33 cents at J. Treutler, deceased.

r of Erie, Pa Nothing else .good.: 1 by Banner 8al..d tbe B. R. Wilson .t 8on. Only x>at J. B. Screven drag store' household B. R. Wilson *: don = B. t1creveD'. drug store. TltosvlU, Florida
world.
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i noroen and Count von A num. t

t I The German embassy la a substantial I The ALTAMONTE ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Orange Co

rod brick mansion which stands at I Open January bt,

I. the center of the high terrace on Mas- Beau&lfuJ1ylocated among the tall pines and boarlnprorange grove J
nchUHctta avenue between Fourteenthand beautiful spring fed lakes. First-class' 00'Jdi
MME ridge overlooking two acume,; t
I Fifteenth trecta. It I Pa' S 't" for 150 guests at rates that will plea e you. Steam heat, open tire.
ed for the German lighting plant, electric bells Excellent; cuisine, white beep Finem! -; iii
on von Thlelnmn. In '1800 fishing boating and bunting; beautiful walks and drives; bowling

I'' nlHhecl In rich and tennis, clock golf golf etc.-all free to Quests. Oar water II''ie blllleN,
'1 The suit of apartments q FJrya famous AUamonte Spring, on, hotel groundiTthe( equal of PolanN wawi"fro.
been assigned to Prince Ideal winter homo for health or pleasure Send for booklet.w')-

the western wing on the OEO. E. BATES, Owner and
It Grand Mount VernonN.,: U., In summer. l'ropdetotLIVE t
It Includes ten rooms. "The ,
t
I I from the drawing room suit ti -r---- __

t Small crops, unsalable'veg..f ball, which U adorned OAK.:

etables,. result froth want of't armor and weapons. In hIs :' qNQ !

.f .: Prince Henry will find an

a collection of swords and L: Hotel Oakes LIVE OAK **+.

Potash.Vegetables many of which have played,
t In the German student days
.
I Under new management. Caters especially to the commercial
t bassador, t a is the most liberally conducted hotel of its price la tbe State. Tbvbler.: I
I are especially I lIe will also find a k p e.se been thoroughly; renovated, refurnished and painted. Everything *

", '' fond of Potash.. Write for of pipes and every facility 4 flrst-class. ,J. RUSSELL MOORE, ProPrlu acv".
i !

.I .r. .. our free pamphlets. joyment fast room of the opens weed.from A. i -_

apartment of the prince and a. NEW YORK
,
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
,MUM* St..New York. exquisite, collection of
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.. .. ."!.t' I Dresden The ballroom porcelain.tbe -Weeldy Sailings. Hotel J:Kensington Fifth Ave. and 15th '""I-,

i the state dinner will_be ( New York

I ;:' Accented Free and Masons. life orated steed with portrait flags of of the the }1 gSONYILLB' and NEW YORK. .. Select :ramify'and Transient l Itote'll, : European, Plan


.1'.1'I the empress.' ,Charleston S. C., 'both ways) Restaurant the Standard of Excellence
A feature of the
t Prince 1 Is GEORGE C.: HOWE, Proprietor. I
Henry's reception
t Indian No. 00Tltuivllla tions to. ;control anarchistic in the Coastwise Service Late of the Buckingham, St. Augustine) and other Florida,hotels.

during the prince's visit

'.:' t River service has charge, of this England, ; and Southern Lines. 45th Street, bet. :Broadway and Sixth Avenue

I; Loci**. rWFlorid the'programme?, and.official' ,Direct bervlce Between/ THE HAMILTON, .. S .,J. NEW' YORK. ,
\ Holds Ice aMetingstlX* second and fourth rri- lag out an elaboratepysteyn: '
l'I 4arof aaeli month, at1 MM late Armory, Thu.. the whereabouts' of all the Providence and all Eastern Points. i' 'A1:'Majiern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central' and Desirably .
p Villa at T!HO o'oliHik m.
:!!,;: '1 J.i. Walker, \VonhtpfiilManter. r. anarchists trill be ( at 9h arlenton, S. C).,.both wavy "" : i '' '
i I. I J. L.Carruther* Beolor Warden, and bywhich the utmost .J. Located.With' ever] Comfort and Convenience.
.' t. H. sandal.Junior Warden BBifI.WRKKi.Y: BAILINGS .
a .. M.I>lxon, Tr'aiiiir.r.IT. .- will be taken to guard \ .. ...., ..:.from Lewis *barf, Baton Furnished and Unfurnished, J.
Ar Morxaa, B.er.tary, attack. ...... .1 ........ from foot of Catherine Street, JaoksonvlU

JT. ATHuglun, Senior While the prince is t \\ -' ,... '., GEORGE W. MORTON
)II I J. B. Boraven, De>oon. a V' 'of
I' R..ft/rulr.. Junior (Maoon.S. United States a guard will be St. John Hirer Line.: ," .
Vanland u
O Senior Steward.
,{, ''W, M.Taylor Junior ngham.Steward.F. ty kept upon his.person. A .. .. .
iI"t W, Kulxirts, Tyler.f pany ,of toe" shrewdest 'tDbllary Line:) e'THS EAST COAST or FLORIDA

1.-' i tect.'ea' will_ assist the _HM__.. JACKSONVILLE AND 8AXFORD. kJS PARADISH, REGAINED.",. .
n
; .,Herenfonl(De rAnd), Blue Hirlnu| ; and intermediate laid-,
,''i : i men.. The' finest men,from. lap on the Bt.Johu'n, mver. ,,(. ,
,
( PRINCE HENRY'S' HOSTS service of. every capital of ) "City Jacksonville.." ," I

from St. Petersburg: to nom qAFT, W. A. BHAW.
) r.. I I I 10:1:I i t l/'. Paris to Vienna will'be j> '_' -, TKp TO BAIL,AS foLIXJWSl" FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. ,

I's vent outrages. These otrl .8:*o p.in.,B nday.,Tu_d &y.and Thurn.Uyi. I ", ', (' I' ;1,1""
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\ I Germany's Diplomats Who Will qualnted With too a. m ,Mondays MwlunUaya and VrliUy.
.aH ,their. : BOHJC1: >ULK. Northbound, :Read
h up. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect 15
t January 19(1(
.\ \ Entertala'Kalser's! Brother. countrymen ....I..1l&oll80n..III.,. Arrive 9" .,..'...IMIatka... .........,...l.ea".tt "' ''m.. .." .' II' .Zorn u '"
.:. ............ ..;. .i.' .. ... S.SOpm.: .f .N* ''iaov DOWII.t I S IIOItTHHUleD-UAOIIP:'
Don't let the hand of time ...;:......'.....9RArr.ncii." .. ....... .. 1:1101': ....
yr' i kle face. ....., ere.forctD und'O.l 11: +111 a'n.. "
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on Keep )
IUD' FABOET7ITZ AS CHATELAISE.Bnab the your blood and the :: :: ........,.BIu.. Bl.riiig......... .. ll-ooam.: F'I MAIN, LINC., r." .8-iNwM MI ,
'j''II" J ing pure : .............lIa fur.. ..... ." ,,::110.... _
>,. of I ', gets In a'' healthy condition.' '
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i will do this.: Health 1s youth i Ipllely'TIIa.10aLv." ', ...JYol.oa. .. ftOpsgpyiOp
'J : Ticket Office 204 W. St. Jacksonville.
Bay ? p
,J:: \ >aUM4ler n. Hollette. 1..8a.a.eler and sickness bring old ...... .8. .. ..8 .J U ...AF
) ..... ags. '.. r.M.KOVVIUNKR.Ja.| t ria.?.*.. Art. $001 f M. 10 lit 4.i.tvPstLDi., p __ I tOp 'i'00'y etallGp
(; sad Meat to B. D..1 cents. B. B. Wilson 4; Bon.Tfc. .r.... .'...... II : ......
New York 9Ot West .Jaokmnrllle, '
at.
abs ..._....... f Uav .i'Wp egeilet .......E... f.I6\116.\ ...... i'O6p 111
d. Corp.e..l Agwit, 10. F.LOVBI.L, Aaet.Fla-. '' ,
.4\ ; Supt.t' ....... .. .... .__.1 .... .... .... .
...JfOOIl'i.
8 ....tb. Pao. III.....'. C.pIIa3. Laavata of th. >. ..Superintendent'nTllte,Fla. I Foot Hoaa Foot St.Hogan,""" ....its....10., .sonvll1e.... ,Fla. ,! ....... ..:.... ___.. ....:.1 ...."8D< _.....::::: P .r.v. :: ....,.
1\1,1" I ..... WM. OL.TOK Cet.,iU neral Amta. ...:. ., .......... a 3 ......... upon. ......... .. ,..,.
Will Guard tk. Prlac. Many kind. of Jellyfish i OOP ; piers OJ! ......... nnond........ P } 10l
lit 8taU 8U Opposite Battery Park, New York.l CI
{I th" phorescent at night and $$1 p 3 II p 10'114I. f 1. ....... iraytona ....... 4 S Itt 4 N
r : i Among accomplished diplomat. Agent Wtusvllle Fla. .' ill *....*. ........
t"' ., i derfully beautiful id.oe. ; ;<6'ciiin" .......Noaaip': ....... Iepi'4f.'f
:
.,' ) of Germany who Will entertain Prince slowly moving through the ", I .. .. ... ....... tg'9 .... ...... 1t
,\ 1166a 601 C47p .:....:.Tltusvlll. ........ Dlp i6Ip 140 CU.
Henry, brother of tbd kaiser 110Lp .
I 'j In Washington It Is this phosphorescence ... ....-..... .......... .
t a
'" 'v. I Is Dr. Theodore von Holleben. given them the poetic title Air.ne i'48 a Oy lI ........ Rooklauif......... ..15p.O6 p Itai
: r Railway .... i 13p. .......Eau Oallt........ p 4t p $ p .,
if f tile German emba'ssador, who has oc- lamps of tbe sea They ant i ...... /Op .. .........Melbourne.... 1 p, 06p 4l/p..
; 4rupled bla present poet since Nov. 20. beautiful In the daytime, for A.:...... ....... .... ........Betxvatlaa ........ 11 ....... .. .. .,.?.
Ji I .... .tIC'J p .........SI. iuole........ e7 r
1-ItI'-' 1607. He Is the second In the embasadorlul the species are. striped or ssys f41p I a..'' p ....... Fort!>!............ loeoaiTt/p'/002,1916
being melon shaped. with isU ED ....... .... ........Whit.Glty....... 309es....... ...,... ...
"i corps and upon the retirement sections 'druggl.ta."h' ....... :Jl .....:: .......,..Tlbbala........,.. 103.5
the
fringes dividing: : Capital City Route. ........ ..Kden..i .:
.: : 1 c>f Lord Taunrefote will become the tacles are often plumed o .:::::: f ::.::::: : ........:. J.H..D.:::::::::: 1o 00. .

4 an. Before his service as embassa- ....... .. i ..... 45p ..... Stuart ...... 0 55 a .....:. .
waving: about In graceful The Shortest Route. ....... .....:. ITp .....!.Rope SounVi!...... 9 va s ....... ....... .. ,
''e S II' dor be was minister at Washingtonfrom tract or gather In tbe food of Na25 a SOp .. .w..JaJ".. g le a ....... ....... .. Mi
I,,. ,\\11' 1888 to 1801. mal The "Portuguese NS 1'ioa.I 'i5p OOp ,'&r..WatP.lmUesob.. SseslOee ]
660 a e.5 lap Hotel Royal Palaolaoa. 516s10865 1 0
Herr von Holleben la a native of probably the best known a* The Best ;Line 'lfCa 000.r.! ". Bp IIII' Lv..Th.Breakers...... 890.1000 E10 p fQ 1 }
moat attractive In form of 9 8CI 0 011 s or. 4 SO P I Jlftfl Koyal Polnolam. B 10 a 10 20 a 1 00 p 1144 la!
and of
,; : Bremen a graduate Heidelberg e 46 a 016. alOp.5 .01 ......W.IIltJkaob..Ar B 00 a 1C 105 12 0Op 0 p
'f the :New York World. He took family. Daily Service. Including Sundays to 10 f1T a.. ...., ..... .. ..... 10s p ...Boynton .L\ 7 86. .. ... ,. v .?
'i"r' says OAMDEX SOUTHERN PINES lotOS .. ..... ....... ... ..IOWp ._.ort LIoud..rdale.: ..... CSSa.. ,,:. ... 1 t
1 t his final degrees as doctor of laws at ., RICHMOND. Ileta.... ... ... .. :..,. ..1p 41p j.iuon City ...... seaa., .,... ... ...t. / 1
f g ,k f lie educated .... 'fMORI.!: PHILADKLPIIIA, NEW: YORK Meta 81/11&1110" S40p1050p Ar.T.J.TMlaml.......Lv II60a S50a11005 s'oon / 1
,,,,j ,, tbo institution was II PULMAN'S BEST CARS.
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:1 ,',4' I Specially) for the diplomatic service and A Limited a solid vmttlbiileri train St. Augustine cad Condensed, Schedule Between Jacksonville .and St. Augustine
IICI(
_ ;v.1.fr, ,;, Is one of the best grounded of International < constating Dining\ \ Compartment, Composte, .AOKSOMVXZXX: TO ST.''AUGUSTINE.fj .

'? J<": lawyers Wbllt at Heidelberg and Drawing Room :Sleeping: Cm*.

,:; .,J Von Uolleben was distinguished as Pullman Car Service .Jaokll DYllleto New Or,.... 5..23.Masi .X*Na.2 tNe.11 l lJal 15.97 Ms.43 NO.91'Ne.tIN.Ii'
'
.rI 1' one of the most successful of the university and further Information write ; ; .i vine. ......... T 0g' a 9 OUfc 8 | tOp 10.0 p 4 00 p OJp04p MOP I IP
I i \ duelists Ills countenance Kick a dog and he :Gen. P.... Agt Jacksonville!: Florida. Arjt. AmroVtVnnl,... .:.,, B hA a to OO. tocoi S} ? 30 p 4 0 j 0g 11

R. E. L. BUNCH ST. ATjrQTTSTXKB TO JA.OKBONVILI.B.Ar. .
j JI tInt '
marks of swords used
shows the
i.' He bites you and you l ; O. M., Ueo. Pas, Agt
the German studeuts In these dl.Si
t ty FOKTSMOUTir VA. : NS.2e. Nwla NeAt56.1e gN.18 .. 'N..JOIWISOBBDUX.XS
:, N.,78I
version
"t' The more kick the
German ambassador Is a con- you L..st. Aagnstln.,650a BOO. 816.a 11 10all4Aa 4 / QD 1/
i yhe Ar.Jacksonville...,., .,,,. T to a aOes tlKalOMaaua x1910 00pI 7109
: firmed bachelor. Herr von Holleben he bites and the more : Flyer Route .
BRAZTGH .
I."fi Is probably; sixty years of age but la XX2TBS.JAOKSONVII.tJD'XO

: :"1 erect and agile albeit of a short round the more you kick. ,. 4 ST... LOUIS RAILWAY, and IFAYPORT.. TAXATKA TO EAST PALATKA '
;: i figure. Ills bal is brown and his complexion

"' ..i j ruddy makes the other worSe.A A; ATLANTIC RAILROAD STATIONS.. 4Ne.b >N..U lN| vt* IINsZt Bestows: N..47 N.Aa s.611'KsJl, *"
-route of the, "
4 5, ,,Count Albert von QuadtWykradtIsny / I.V. se aunrl tl p Visa M ] v.Past s. Itall 161] iWp 4 i
Is tbe first secretary and counselof thin AND FLORIDA LIMITED: TRAIN S.Jeak.onrllle.. SMaUa llpotea O i ArE. P' 'tka 99aaliMa i SiPl 4 MLSA8T
body m Pablo Baeh.... 06 1e few
1" the embassy lie la tbe.only mein- and Allan bee of the ,diplomatic corps whose blood. Thin blood FLYER SLIEPIlfO: CARS. AF.May port......, L loa 11 al to. t00 aN
l >Ne.4 >N.60J'Ns.lU
8TAWOH8.' N./t
: name appears,In the Almanach de Go- Limited is quickest train from St. Augustine and TO JAOXMOMVII LK.
.jf tt.a. Ha la one of the mediatised German thin Each Jacksonville.. I.v.B.PTtkal 616.9 al 48 aj tP
body. STATIONS.rrsr .. Pi.I.tke. piBAW
'' is .5. N..1 N Ar. 0 06 a 1005 }t tt
whose family tree as
princes
tionlsville, St, Loula and Chicago with Pullman's'
F I '! old aa tbe bills The Countess Quadt other worse. If there is Room. Sleepers, Dining oars, etc.,through/ without AtlaotlaBoaoIl.port T1S7Wa d />tp It' suapll Ma MATKO BKAKCH.

'I Is of an ancient Italian family. Filer' all the year round .sleeper via. Atlanta and P.hloBswh. ems [ Ns1r NeA6 $IAIIOg.. I'NS/ .w2
The count and\ countess came to be the without c ana.. -' S.J.akeonvlli., 7 rf a isass
to a change Ar. J.okaonvlll.,.. T M tt latk .Art B NN }
washington S nr? 'i' 46 a tv.:tt. f a s.
In the fall of 1000 and
relative rates schedules etc. write .. N
,
it I 0. i BB ? 8 W a Ar.,Ban Ma two..-I.v B l*a''
oon cal,turett the hearts of all Wash- come from outside.Scott's Fla. r.... Agt Jacksonville, Fla. :SANrOBD BKAKOZC. BRANOENs12 .
It.. that the ORANGE OITZ
Injrtonlans. regretted
'I Agt. II. F!. SMITH, Traffic Manager. Na.t1 STATIONS. .
countess! did not return to the United Emulsion is '
I I Nashville, Tenn. T r :Oft a L'v...,.,,,.. tuevl ,,,.... ..Ar Ns.yg. Ne.t BTATIO**. I
States this year. Her husband frankly ...,...,....,
.Mims.: ......?..: p 10 10 L r..J .. I
I explains that he la ra.* from being help. It breaks up -- 7SMai..........Hi Oeteaa........,,.,, 1007 D p 11 91 s|. ...Lak.Helen .LTJll'a: !
it': wealthy and that'll would be Imposnllil Ml ,,,,........Xnterpii ......... .. 11 no* 1180 a ....Oran r Cl$y. }!
: combination. First it : 9$0.Ar.Santcrd,,.,..,. .,LvllOOa 4 aj> 11 4(1 Ar..Or.OliTJo..
I o. from his resources to return a SYSTEM. .
,Ii tithe of tbe generous hospitality show stomach right. Then 'Dally.- f0'.1'!doaot.topatstatlonsoppoe1tewhichnolimo15.howa.Th.ee'lime exo p Snndaf. (Dally oxoepl Monday. ||8and.y olny.

] enxl upon them. Therefore this interesting Tables ihoir the times at which trains may be ip snlveanddePN
couple have solved the riddle riches the blood. !nor rom do..the.several th. Oomfar weloBa.Geld bus their 1M "arrival or departure at the times stated oonaequdha In not NJ"

by tbe simple method of the countess the Car Line from Florida.-Connections. wrfrom responsible say delay or any
remaining at home In her ancestral strengthens body

castle. begins to grow; new Atlantlo The Southern Coast. Hallway Line, via, via Charleston Savannah Richmond Columbia Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at MI1I.

A conspicuous figure In tbe festivities .
will bo Lieutenant Commander A strong body BETWBEK MIAMI: KEY WEST AND Ii&VAIiA.

von Rebeur-Pnschwlts. He entered the blood and rich blood R'y via. The Jasup Southern, Atlanta R'la and Clmttanoogo. The L A MIAMI-NAesAU LunD.
German ( ) Savannah Columbia
navy April 20, 1882, and has Commencing January e.1901. ,

I>CMI attached. to the embassy at Washington strong body. Each R'y via Montgomery.( t.V'...,. MI.maM"na.. .mum............... .11 80 p I LT.Kaaiaa,Wed.,eats..........,. :::*4!
S Nssau.Ta. I
y sluco the early part of 11XX other better. This is t Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York 1'rI..8 oo pAr.| Miami, Thurs.Bun........,
lie returned to his native land lu June and Boston via :Savannah: and Merchants Miners t.V'M1aml. Commencing February. 1,1909. /.r
of llXX and married Frnulctti Dorothea Scott's Emulsion BaltImore. AT :Naaau.Mons Tl1ue... weds.Fri.g. pop I I LT. yaaian.Ton.,Thurs..Sate..... ..J s
Thura. .. .
puts .Port Tampa and Peninsular Occidental .8at. .......e 80 a I Ar. 11:lam I. Weds., Frl.."'Man....
ftuntORlvnl of nl't'lI.lel'l'hlll lady during Steamships MIAMI-HAVAKA: '
.
the absence of the Countess Qunilt body on its feet. Now and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada, January DIRECT 1,19OO.LINE.Commencing

is the chatelaine of the German em get along by itself. line for Halifax, H&wkesbury and Charlottestown. Ar'LvlIamlBona! .wede....................11 80 p I Lv.As.ans Tnea Prt......... 13011r
i bassy. .She will hospitalities I Havana, oD.Thara..............,. GOO p I I ...,. Miami h'ada9ets.. .......... /d
preside over any of :: ; r "rIO: : >Iti TS MIAMI KEY WEST AND :HAVANA.
medicine.
,g
which the fiubnssndor may Lv. Miami Mon.. .Wed. Trl.. 11 SOn ..........
1
give to which Indies are InvltetL # Northern Eastern Western and Southern States to t/t. 'T M.. ae...t15""..S............: 1180 tv.ArKeyWeatMon..Wed.Havana.Mon. W >< .. ..... 4g r
The ThU picture the Plant System, during the season of 1001-1902.)( lim Key We.t'rnes Frt Sun.u oo nIL"R. I Sat.
remainder of Kr West Tces. Thurs.
/ the secretaries and IV
the Trade Mark : with liberal stopover prlrlledgea in Florida. AryHavanaWed.SaaMan.; .......... .. 8 00 a Ar.Nlami.Wed.Fri.BunFor
altacliea of the German embassy are1landaoute _
north seat to the undersigned will be
and Interesting personages. 4S Emulsion and handsome advertising matter. liberally sup : spy of Local Tim.Card address" any Aj 'nt.

lh vnibnssy roasts of bating the tallest rapper of every \ J. D. RAHNER. Ast. Qen. Pass. Agent ST. AUGUSTINE.
reservation
&, sleeping car ,,eta, call on or write 0'I
"; and best looking men in the corpx. w I $
\littti: the exception of lie( erabasmiJor. SCOTT & 'I F. M. 'J 0 II y, Division Passenger Acent.

the entire stuff, IH compoiuHl of men 138.West Bay St.,A-Oor Block, Jacksonville; Fla., Fine

who measure six feet or more. They a ;u 409 reait St- : Traffic !Manager Savannah, Ga. iiiWoikQjfickifEjeoiiti'ATT

are Count von Mnllt ""t.. lUtruolstcrIliron S00"d tt, "H
G'eoera15upnlnte-odeot Savannah.
von ICapp-lU-rr; Lieutenant von Ga.
1r .. .: '! FIE ADVOCATE OFFICER
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 7, 1902. 7 f If

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N'173yAN:: : : RIVER: : aO'I'EJ: I The World's Famous Hotel Victory, Put-in-Bay Island, Ohio.

'.' ON.TBK.I .RIVER. .

t.!. ,( TITUSVILLE,
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>." (.i FLORIDA.

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I J. G.
BAST-Proprietor.


, DUCK SHOOTING

i t Ihlt/ .
and FISHING. '- '


Rates: $2.80 per day,


e $10 and $12 per week.

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JACKSONVILLE.! : r

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I)DYAL HOTEL. JACKSONVILLE FLA.



Opposite postofttce.. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re

novated. Newly fvrnlebedthroughout. Liberally conducted. .. .. ,

Rates $2.50 per day and up. 3 3D.

W. SPERRY Propiletor. e
.u f.

ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE i tt Mw{ .r MY t 0 ni 1 ef I''

FLA. ,

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- -

.
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water .
_
Baths, ,Elevator eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All

street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.30: per day. LTTTT2- 1

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. t .f



he Windle Iw Sast Forsyth Street. iinnd Minn' Eittrnnff Euvt and 1'ront" .SoutA Oalltrtfi, Mufti 1 IO/d"/ ,,!,. ftltctrto Car T'rminnl at Itft, v ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
.South side ot Put-In-Bay Island, overlooking/ site of Perry's Victory 1313-Hence the name. Situated on tbe highest point In Lake Brio, belo!; eighty: feet
above the water and live hundred feet from It. The Urgent and most handsomely furnished SUMMER HOTEL In the Woild.
European plan. Dining Cafe; now and first-class In all appointments.
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
Center of city. Near all car Hoes. Open for rooms November 15th; amusement of Its Ids t acknowledged that It the attributes that
guests. universally possesses appeal to particular people-undoubted luxury And comfort, And superior
Cafe, November 10th.!) Rooms, one person one day, $1 and up; by the appointments,(location, and absolute absence of mo quitoee. To the pleasure loving summer tourist It stands for all that Is most enjoyable The beat patron,

I week, $3.50 and up. ized and grandest hotel on the Great Lufees. The scenes and environments are enchanting, conducive of rest and comfort. 5 '' k
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. Why not spend your summer vacation here there ? Open tor season If02) : June 10th. We want to fiend you our souvenir folder, rate onid nod testimonial book.

.- --- Address, T. "V\7"' 3MCoC3H.3H-: : V.H"3E", GroxaorIVTevnciBrox: : *.

ST. AUGUSTINE. I After June lat, Pjit.In-Day, Ohio. .' 734: Monroe( St., Toledo Ohio. i

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otel t 1 Magnolia ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. CORONADO BEACH. 13AU UALLIE.Indian .
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Opened for the season 1902. ,
Hotel CORONADO BEACH FLA. River Inn EAU GALLIE. FLA .
Newell's
Seaslode
A large addition has been constructed), adding Fifty More ICoonis, House Overlooks
(one of the fined bel\ollesln the world) the Indian Itlvcr.
roost of which have a Southern Exposure.!: They are newly and Under new management. Thoroughly repaired t and) renovated. Five minutes Near the Duck Grounds of Banana River, uud the |>lctur handsomely furnished,. and nearly all are connected with Private walk to North Inr Ian River bl'ldge-the finest rlnhlnfj grounds( on tile Coast. Johns noted for Black Dims e C. Open all I the year Rates; $J. .00) per I
day Special: rates by the week and month. Table will be
supplied with
Surf month the .
bathing In Pavilion the Ocean.A
Daths. The dining room has been enlarged to nearly twice Its for every year. Large Sun facing Fish at all tI moa. Ousters and Game In seuNon
pleasant winter home at reasonable rates for those who are In search of rest
mer size, and various other Improvements have also been made at an health and pleasure. Hotel wagonette meets nil trains at New Smyrna depot. P. A. MoHILLAN, 1'roprUtor.,
Postofflce In hotel IIEKUEKT\ L. LEOG
Expenditure of $3OOOO. A flrst-class Orchestra will furnish Manager.
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---- --- --- ---- --- OALLIE
muslo twice daily. Rates $2.50: to $4.00 per day. Special weekly and JIAWK& 1'AllK: Hotel I Granada'EAU r

monthly rates. Special terms to parties. .. Indian River. rt

PALMER & MCDOWELL, Proprietors.ORIDi Tile Hotel Granada located at Eau Gallle,Fla., 1IVJ: miles south of Jacksonville
BAY VIEW HOUSE .,IIAWK!$ PARK, FLA. on the went shore of (tile Indian River unexcelled boating, banting and
fishing. Matohleaeclimate. Launch for tbe use of guests. A tirst-class, home
HOUSE.ST..AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Good home-like and comfortable place. Patronized bv companionable pea like hotel. Kutes $2.50 to $1.(00)) per dny. special rules by month or season.
The Old City By-the-Sea ple. Good table, home cooking.. Fresh milk and vegetables. Warm and com Open all the year. Address OLEASON DUOS.: Eau!: OnlHe, Fla.

fortable rooms. Excellent fishing from pier In front of hotel flutes low. -.-------- --- ---- .---- ,, -- --- .-- -- -.. -- -. ---.---,
TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE.This WM. TUNSTALL, Proprietor. EDEN!: ,

located. Das all modern improvements _
popular house la most centrally ------ ------ -- -- ., O'"T'-- -

Including STEAM HEAT. Has more rooms with SOUTHERN EXPOSURE ROCICLEDGE. r
The Netherby EDEN, On-Iodian-River, FLA. '
tbaq any hotel In town\ ; accommodates 2.;>0. ,
One of the loveliest location. on tho river All modern lintiroveirmnti, j
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RATES $2.54 to $3.DO day. Special Weekly Rates.
per Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDOE, FLA. Hot and cold baths. Sulphur Mprliig. Excellent dlinking water
F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. Plenty of fruit and Ice Fish, Oysters and( fresh vegetables In abundance.
Northern cooking HOURS handsomely furnl.lied with all tile '
AND. COTTAGES. NOW OPEN comfort of a home Boats. Trains stop at Ruxlon Station on the
...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... plantation, Pineapple district.- Mrs M. A. CURTIS; :, :Manager. '
HOTEL .
GONQUIN JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND THE!: WINTER. i
FLORIDA.Sea ____ _
ST AUGUSTINE, THR: HOME O'F THE ORANGE." ----- --- -+---0- -
WEST! PALM B1AOli,
View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are largo and airy, with LARGEST AND BEST LOCATED HOTEL HERE.ACCOMMODATIOY'FOR. q

comfortable beds. Rates moderate. : BOO. GUESTS.

MRS. A. S. PELL, Proprietress BEAUTIFULLY JlEDECORATEn INSIDE. THE, PALMS WEST PALM BEACH: FLA,
23 NEW PORCELAIN PRIVATE!: J1ATHS. '
ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELEVATOR, STEAM HEAT, LAUNCHES: A first-class, home-like hotel, I located on beautiful Lake Worth, opposite
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS. Royal Ponclana. Near railroad station and places of Intercut. Special features,
ORCHESTRA EXCELLENT BOATING, FISHING,and HUNTING. Comfort, Courteous attention, superior table and service, reasonable rats..
A. L. MARSH, Proprietor and Manager. House thoroughly renovated. Under New )(a allemeot. Experienced white y F
SPRINGS FLA.
jnolia Springs Hotel may waitresses will have charge of tlio/llnlng room. Oood Fishing, Hunting and ,
( John., nher.) -- -- -- Bunting. Hates 12 to S.l: per day. Special by the week. For further Information
[28 miles south of Jacksonville by Main Line Plant System and river steamers. __ __ tllCllf: 11. address: The Palms, West Palm Beach, Fla., J. C. Stowers, Prop. "

S> heatF; Elevators. Electric lights. Pure : _--...-._- _._ .__ '
pen fireplaces In all rooms. Steam -- ----- --- -- -
ring; water. No mosquitoes. Well-kept golf course. Tennis, Fishing Shoot- .Plaza Hotel. PALM JJI:ACII.
g. Two swimming pooh and Vapor Baths. 14.00 per day. Special weekly .
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less O. D. SEAVEY Owner and Manager:
LARGE NEW ACCOMMODATES l4 L

PAI.ATKA.: INDIAN RIVER ZoolxloCigv. F1a. HOTEL. The Palm Beach, 3OO ;,


Graham Hotel PALATKA, FLA. "THE. RESORT GREAT OF ORANGE Fr.o tIDA GROVE" T -f- Rates $3.< ) per day and 'up. Special monthly. -

) Rooms with or without private bath. Located next ,

Year steamboat landing and opposite the office of the Ocklawaha River A handsome modern hotel, located! on the bank of the famous Indian to Polnclaoa Hotel, with beautiful rotunda; 185x88, ;
)
Steamers. Rates' *2.80( to f3.00per day. Special low NYE rates.Proprietor weekly or.. River! in the midst of an iMVacre! bearing orange grove Steam heat In I overlooking tropical Lak. \Vortb. Close to ocean tr
monthll. LEE dt every room, suites with bath; filtered rainwater; location conceded by and all the other attractions and sports of this most I R
-- everyone the best Jo KockledRe; East Coast Railway depot In the hotel I
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SEADREEZE.el grounds. Oranges free to the guests. Liberal management and rates. popular winter resort In the world Our porters,
Accommodations for 200. r with bicycle ebalrs meet all train. at I'olnolana sta '
8. IL PECK, Manager. I tlon. Splendid fishing and shooting.

1 Colonnades. Clarendon I Inn.., Summer Bmort-Tins :Kw Arllnrton Hotel, r.toky> lleh. Lwdln n- ti : vs.[ I CHA8. A. STONE Manager, '
.. Iud< of tb*Or..t Late Open Jane to October. -L,f jy ua.ua nauae I'aim Beach, Florida. r

OnTheRiver. On-The-Ocean. CIII2 n -3 t

.60 day to $3. $14.00 to -- ------ --------- -. -. .. .
9 13.30: to Rates, $) per -- ---- ------ -- -- --- ------ ---
> per day and up, 'IT.50 .
Jr week and up. 'I T.W per week. :Beach Club Cafe. ','. ,
Heat Up-to- NEW ROCKLEDGE HOTEL KOCKLEDOE, FLA. J
lee unsurpassed in any hotel In Electric Lights, Furnace .. "
... date house (Incorporated.) ..

lii Heat, Electric Lights Bst of For those desiring the Sea the Claren- OPENED ON DECEMBER 14. Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Polnclatyt, Palm' Beach,on the north.
'. don Inn has the lined location In Florida. "I
Situated on the bank of the famous Indian! River, In tbe heart of the orange .
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after the 15th of January. and Dinner at all l Hours. a
I Take Orchestra at both houses the river to the botel.. raising dl.trfct. Good banting; unexcelled, fishing(; and a first-class orchestra Breakfast Luncheon i.
| train to Daytona, then'Bus across ,
POST Jt GILL Manageri.GOODALL Rooms en suite with bath. Steam beat. Livery, launches and boat..
Flnt-Class Chef, Cuisine and Service. .;. 1
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-- Rates J.50: per day and upwards. Special weekly rates until January 20th. u"

-- -- Opposite Dn>tona II. P. SHARES A SOy, Proprietors. Pr1; a o :J1n:11g; : Par1or'S alio hst I X t'

... 'Orders received for pinner Partlenof. any number at .. ";
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GOODALL, FLA. DIEBIUTT, Merritt'a Inland.) -- -- j'!
ner.AN"
side
I Inn
Formerly Seabree U

.'eW' and modem, Hotel Riverview'o INDIAN RIVER. INLAND. FLA.
Directly the Ocean beach, opposite Daytona. MERBITT, FLA. Hotel Putnam .
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) Open from Jecember to May ::
as and electrlo bell.. In every room. On High Fine Land. Ilsalt!). comfort and No better jspecial
YE'V OCEAS PIE I: AND CASINO. sport. hunting Party, Family and Season Rates. Golf, Boating Flatting, Hunting.Kates If
: DUSK LEE A C055, Proprietor and Fishing Florida. SalphurswimmingBath. Fine yachtlnj- M to |;.l per Vow Open.1 J. J. WILKINSON, Proprietor. WM. I'. CHASE, Proprietor.' << 1'
r hotel;: Ocean View House, Pigeon Cove, Mass..1 .
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1y FLORIDA VIsItprS are invited MAUD MADISON- DANCES. Robbins & Graham Co. E. L. :3Re: S.Z7Y':: : d<::, ::s R O

and Souvc ilr shops of the -DEALERS IN'y
to the Jewelry
r accomplished Mlas Maud Madison dancer ,who the beautiful appeared and at (Incorporated) GROCERIES, GRAIN AND dAr, AND ALL FOOD PRODQcn

I l1o5; the Tltusvllle Opera house, Tuesday PAID UP CAPITAL $ IIOOO.OO. We handle PRODUCE of all are agents for'MAPES ?
evening, met with Instant success. the above Une of goods and solicit FER'CILIZJy
Jacksonville 41 W. Bay St.; St. Augustine Miss Madison Is an artist in her line of This company owns We deal exclusively: in the trade all
In the Aloazar; Palm Beach! the ro work, and her dancing is so refined and era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your starin01"111E.
x tuna of the Polnolana; Miami, the rotunda dainty that the most prejudiced could L -A. 3ST 3D 13. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE.FLA '

of Palm Nassau, rotunda In her six dances each
Royal ; find no fault. In the Indian River Co-airy; On the St.
4 '; of the Colonial flute! one seemed prettier than the one before. '
H.r costumes were all exquisite, especially Luole River; at New, River and on Bay S. W. CARROLL

r so when the various colors were Price to suit the times. ,
,1 THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,, If you have ECZEMA, PIMPLES,CATARRH thrown on, and Inoomblnatlon with Hiss Blscayne. -Dealer In-
Madison's graceful posing: formed a Send for Land Lilt.

; Brewing Asso's. DIPHTHERIA, Sore Throator charming stage picture.Nautoh Danoe" Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND YEGETAR1K
: any BLOOD or SKIN disease, llANCOCK'S -, Her "Egyptian was
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.. \ particularly good! and. .WM .remarked Crockery, Glaus and Tinware. Your Patronage tO
LIQUID SULPHUR Is a guaranteed GEO. M. BOBBINS! T. A. BIORIAN.President. Solicited I ,
t" Famous St.Louie Keg and Boo upon recently Dy a noted DI8OO1"lc8.l1l0"el.bt > TITUSVILLE, ,; FLORIDA ;
I Actuary.
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cure. as simply wonderful, owing to the
,, tIed Itoar. For Sale by fact that It was a modern Idea of the Breyard Abstract of! Title Go .. l
( Sold by Messrs.F.A. Lesley and dances done In olden days when' Salome ,
.; M, R.L. Motlow.Tltusvllle.Via. a'. 33. SOB.E'VIiN":: danced before King Herod. Mils Madison WILL FURNISHAbstracts INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY 1!

I > r1'; By Mr. 11.L.Motlow,Cocoa,JPIa.JOSEPH DRUGGIST gathered originated while she the was dance dancing after at ideas the of Title TITUSVILLE, FLA. I j jla i

i f' If ZAPFSole TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Paris Exposition. Her latest novelty -FOB LANDS is'- prepared to furnish Ice In any qu"ntltl-8aoked or loose. Special '
attentt
k h "La Danse Lumlere," Invented and produced Brevard County. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair. dealing is my motto. :
by her electrician G. A. Fuller, Is
T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor. |I
: Agent. GUILD ENTERTAINMENT IN also worthy of particular mention Office under Law Office of .
Miss Madison Is said to be the only '
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I 0)0 to 620 West Bay Street, TITUSVILLE.As : dancer who baa ever appeared. at all tbe GEO. M. ROB DIN'S.TITV8VILLt J.B.WAI.KKB. C. H. SWAIN --==
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: J I' Flagler East Coast hotels, and was, engaged :, FLA. I i
: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.TOGNI'S. announced In our last issue the by the Press Association of Florida 1 t
rR entertainment for the benefit/ otthe to dance for Governor Jennings last Dry Goods Shoes -
I IIt East Coast Meat Market ;
Ladles' Guild of Ht. Gabriel's church season at Miami. While Miss Madison )

It took place at the Opera house on Friday baa many Imitators, It Is claimed she has ,
evenl lf. There was a good house, and no equals, and upon her way north will G. F. DUREN, Agent. Furniture

,I '1 .RETREAT. those who attended spoke very highly of play a return date at the Opera house, I r== ::!3CC' ,
.,. the entertainment. ,We were, however, Tltusvllle.: c::>
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'" told that reserved seat tickets would not During the evening the orchestra,com- 5>> _. Notions and Millinery
I t'' Choice. be for sale odtnlde the house, but when posed cf) Messrs. E. B. Wager, F. E. srIc-: -
Liquors" our reporter arrived at tbermll, he found Mathews, W. S. Brannlng and F. V. ::. 5>>
M 11 IjJIIJ i I Wines. that the munagemeut had changed their Smith gave choice, selection of music; 5>> New Goods at close prices. =
1 and Clarars.! minds and placed them on sale; consequently and after the entertainment they also! try "'
; '; ,Guaranteed Pure. our reporter had to take a seat played for the dance. -- YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
f
: whole be could not -
get a satisfactory John R. Walker' & Co
: view of the entertainment, 1,0 that he MR'' =a t
John B. Togni, could make a fair comment. DEATH .ARCHIBALD.' ? a rly TITUSVILLE, FLA.Whaler's .
The entertainment opened with "a -
\ ; "Y No. 109 East Bay Street,Corner Ocean. selection by the juvenile orchestra, composed Referring to the death of our old and rte. ti o
Near the old stand. of Mr. Casper MimI and the MUses esteemed friend the late Mr. Henry B. con- =
t! JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Grace Reed. Maggie' Collins and Jeannette Archibald, the Jacksonville TimesUnionand TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
fl'>t' I "\ .Wllmm.I Tills was followed by a Citizen says:

;' -;--1----' song Mark,'Drown"Jler Name which u Rose by Master Henry. Burrows. _Archibald passed'!. qulet-_ -M Jewelry Store.
t was loudly applaud ly away at (o "eiw" uiuruiy orvmug at
ed. Next: came. fancy danoe, "Yankee his borne on East Third street after an
Citrus Treoagu Doodle," by Mills Mabel Reynolds In illness of nearly two weeks lie leaves a
1".j;:i costume, which was done to perfection widow to whom the condolences and Silverware
Watches Clocks
: amidst enthusiastic applause, Mr. Wm. sympathies of all are extended. Jewelry, ; Etc.
M_ rowo, In very gorgeous attire came The many friends of the family were
lJi' next, with a song entitled, "Don't Put 'aware of his serious Illness, but It was
Me Off at Buffalo Anymore," and be had hoped that he would recover, as be had SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches

i''; ;J 1,000 boxes of Citrus Fruits-34 varieties to respond to an anoore, so well did he recently done while dangerously Ill. The ni and Jewelry.; All work warranted for 12 months.
sing that song. Tbe juvenile orchestra first Illness, seemed to have left him 4'- : ,
'I. ,t I -will be marketed from our orchards followed with a selection. Then follow weakened, so that he was unable to cope _. /W K -Mall Orders will receive prompt and careful attention

'i f\\" ; and nurseries this season. An excellent: one of the hits of the evening, wh eDMrJ with his. recost. .. _attack.. .. _. ._
u .. .
:: I J f, ,Ill t chance for prospective orange growers W. Rhodes appeared as .a "colored Mr. Archibald was morn in April IB-KJ:: TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA,
''f' 4ic? r f.J to test fruit and select railetles. lady, with baby, sang/ "Love's at Larah Hill, Queens County,' Ireland. 1. <7
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: Rtqueat. Several failed to recognize: He was highly esteemed In this commun ,
t.. 1 ''I All prominent tub-tropical fruit trees her for some time, so well", ...all.tomadoup. ity., He was of a genial disposition and i
>if.. ,, ,,;\ J.. Roses and ornamentals In stock. ." Sho had to respond to an anoore, happy nature, and a man of deep convictions ijMt ... ,
t)))' '" Catalogue free. on she f al rly captured audience. This. and strong personality. He was a Special Attention I
: ended the first part of the program. man of varied Information and one whose
: f Glen St. Mary, Nurseries Part two, was a comedy In one act, life was correct and worthy of following.The THE YEARS TO COME
r entitled "Sunset," by Jerome JC.Jerome, funeral took place Monday mornIng have no terror for the well Insured man. GIVKN TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
+ r which was successfully performed. Mrs, from St. Johns Episcopal church, lie Is secure In the knowledge that whatever
? : l.; G. L. Taber Prop. E. E. Rollins, as Lois, threw her whole the services being conducted by Rev V. Hardware Tinware Glassware
i happens his family well provided Crockery
; : soul Into her part, and showed adramatlo W. Shield. I ),
'; 'ill,, GLEN ST. MARY, > FLA. fire that was a surprise to*IL For many :years. Mr. Archibald was a for. And the cost of this security Is

I't'./ 1 'II, Miss Bessie Hall, as Joan, was petite, resident of fltu vllle. where be leaves really very small. Our rates on Harness and: Stoves.
,, Drettv. and when onnmilnn raniilrwn-- wa.patbetio. many friends. It"Is there he joined the
She captured< the audience by Mason : ana became a meoioer Life :JD.S'1..1ra.n.C: )_ !
lodge oj --- -- -
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..j. :;: t her archness sod winsome ways the United Confederate Veterans both are moderate and by taking out a policy &:erOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly
j Aunt DruUllla was well acted Miss of which he remained In membership
.. > \ Orange Lemon by good at an early age the benefits
Y-j,. .. \) cellent.Emma Wright. whose makeup was ex: lIe up was_to burled the time with of his Masonic death honors and premiums Iqwer.SCUUYJER are greater Jas. Pritchard & Sons

1" fi l ""'Ij, Air. 0.A. Frost, as Mr. Rivers Im conducted by Solomon Lodge, and the A 3RANNI1TG,
: personated that character with force and services at tbe church andoemetery were TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Postoffice Box'212,
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tt i Grapefruit, intelligence Mr. Wm. M. Brown'i, representation of largely attended.. Correspondence Invited. Titusville: : :- .Florida.: /

'I Azariab Stodd was remarkably good.
Killed at West Palm ....1a. .
'" : t Kumquats. His make-up was excellent and he

ff: 'I;J I; part.thoroughly Ills conception entered Into of the It was spirit' natural of the The many East Coast friends of Mr. SEEI::: ::: > S.
Fine heavy, stock; one and two-year-, and life like. W. J. Taylor of Jacksonville, who represented
'fi 9 j d, old buds and grafts;on sour orange, lam- Mr. Geo. Oomph took the pact of the Swift: A Co., Chicago, regret to
W ", on and trlfollata. stock. A full line of lover to perfection ills acting the partof learn of hid sad ending. He registered ONION--White and Red Bermuda.GENUINE .

i '!' i deoldloui fruit tree, ornamentals, etc. Lawrence Leigh was a credit to him. at the Breakers, Palm Beach last Saturday
al' As far as our reporter was able to see, and on Monday ulirnt he started for
f Send for new catalogue and price ,list, the entertainment was good throughout Miami. When the train stopped at the
giving full particulars selecting varieties and those who took: part deserve much station at West Palm Beach young Tay Imported Stock, Just Received. Finest Strains of Garden SeediFlorida

L'j''} and planting, cultivating, etc. credit In bringing It to 10 suoooessful an lor left It to visit a store, and while there 1864 Seed Rye and 90 Day Oats. Georgia Bye. Texas Oats. Barley.
t 1 Iiaue. It prove. that Titulyllle' amateurs the train started. He grabbed the Iron !
; : Ocklawaha Nurseries, are capable of giving a dramatic railing at the aide of the steps to the !B3T Send, for Catalogue. '
performance, with music, without any, oar as the train was rapidly moving, but ,
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\' O. CONNER, Prop. outside help; and It In more than creditable he failed to pull blmaelf np the steps. .. ,. .. .. L. CAMERON. The Seed Store
I r. t'l TANGERINE, FLOIRDA. to their talents, Intelligence\: and accomplishments After he was dragged a short distance .\}.'..-t f..:"....,.?t'i.; ';.
: ;' that.such Is undeniably his hold on the rail gave way'and .befell '; ,..\..:.:,"" ,: i : 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
iLdw between the_oar platform lie was !; ?.:' :: !. ": -
-; r Hodgson Bros. true.By special request the entertainmentwas terribly mangled, and died instantly -'-....-
; repeated, In the form of a matinee, lie was a genial, steady young/ fellow I WITH THE NEW YEAR ESTABLISHED 1870.i .

;. P! EAU GALLIE, INDIAN'RIVER, FLA. on Saturday afternoon, quite a good and was favorably known to many In .I open up one of my bottles of
number attending. Tltuavllle and other places along the OLD WINE OR
WUISKET
I Marine Railway The proceeds of the entertainments East Coast. M Lane &
t amounted to 930.00. and drink to the health and prosperity of i Son
;, General :Merchants and Ship: Chandlers. friends and self during the year. ,
..Special Facilities.. Small Launch Wanted. These goods are pure and wholesome.
M' The ladles of the Guild wUh to thank Unexcelled for richness, strength and
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing the ladles and gentlemen who 10 kindly Wanted to buy or lease. small open flavor. 250 WASHINGTON STREET NEW TORR
Yachts and Launches gave their time and talents for the two launch, light: draft; must not exceed 18 Right for health and hospitality.
entertainments given by them for the feet In length. Address with full description ROBT. L. MOTLOW
0 Mention. ADVOOATB urban writing benefit of bt. Gabriel's Guild. and cash price.JaaoMS.TwonxLt. TITU3VILLB and COCOA, FLA. Southern Fruit and Produce
Mae M. L. WBTVOBB, : ,
::13:. 0 :H:. 1VE3N for the Guild. :2t Jensen, Fla. ,

L. A. Hildreth Commission: :: : :hI.Ierob.a.Il.: : :
Artesian Well Contractor GAY FAUSTINA TO DANCE. VISIT The most peculiar and Interest- -

'I'I ..Dealer In.. log sight !? America . I Dealer'In Foreign and Domestic :Brands SPECIALTIES: ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Cards and <011I1

I Aermotors,Tanks and Pumping Manager W. S. Brannlng Is to be congratulated THE FLORIDA ..of... quotation furnished on application.
upon the engagement: ;( he has
\ ,I I!, \ Machinery made with M'lle Faustina, the peerless Ram Brandies Gins -
$ 3sLAND, FLORIDA. little dancer who will appear at the TI- OstrichFarmCo.JACKSONVILLE. Whiskeys, ,
tusvllle Opera house,Thursday evening, Tbe Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the SUM.
j% Ordinance Against Selling Goodson Feb. 13th. Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer andStout.|
It Is said that Faustina has kicked and a YillRil -
The best whiskey and honors .
served_ Ti
Sunday. tip-toed herself Into the -- -
heart of every Wrri. .A.: ZQouucs: cSc Co.
w club man. In New. York.. Faustina Isyoung polite and courteous attention
1' Amendment to the Town Ordinance qalnal1elli0K ana amoiuous and canoes withthe
Goods on Sunday.BE grace of a Mitchell and Is bound to A first class line of foreign "GRAIN AND GARDEN SEEDS
w : IT ORDAINED BY THH! TOWN COUW- reach the top round of historical fame. and domestic ,. HAY ,
J ell of the Town of Tltusvilta, that the Ordl. Seldom has Faustina left the Metro cigars. :

amended Dance to agalnat read as eelllnn fallow i good oa Sunday be olis, as she Is always In demand there FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited I Flour Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
WI. Whoever keepe open store or disposes of any but partly owelug to a wish to be known uii-
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", wane day,or merchandise sells or barter,goods the same or chattel,hall he on punish Hun- throughout Florida" and a desire to partake Prompt and careful'attentlon given 8T.1 I1'J' Ia. 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
.d bv a Hn. not axneedlng Fifty Dollars,or by of the refreshing breezes of the to mall orders, accompanied by oaah.
Imprisonment the common lull tow Sunny South, her W, Altt.forPurllla Feed. Warehouses Sy"*
d not to .....1. perto.l, manager, L.Ferris, on tracks of S.A. L. R'y. and Plant
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sixty day both snob n ) has
consented to her In lim- L, A.
appearing IIILDRETII
and lm|>rl oumeoc.al the dlaoretlon, ot the Ma".- a -
,l' or. Provte| howonr.. that In oaMi or em rK ited number of engagements among the
;, ..noy or neoMilty,merchant, ihi>p..keeper*and East Coast resorts of Florida. FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.
."i otters may tlln|>o...of tli* rniutort and neomit- Her welcome the The Nation'sBest
tie*ol lu.to cu.tow.,wtthuul keeping by general public,
d Halt further oroUln.dh48 this ordinance ovation, and hers was not a newspapersuccess -
.
i l h...ll...take..d and effeat approved Immediately February upon 4th It*1..1..approval.. only, but a triumph of honest Draytng hauling of all kinds promptly Cigar.
.A'I' 01. II. DI.JON'. ability. attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
U. A, FROST. Mayor. Faustina will appear In the Tltusvllle wood supplied.
Town Clerk Jfl 6tIllltlltclt Opera house, Thursday Feb. It's
evening! ,ALFRED HADI.KT, Tltusvllle.
lath, for one night only, Introducing
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Steam Laundry many graceful novelty dances, fantastic Florida. ,
i clog, national,hornpipe,French quadrille .T 01ln IIoUMtOn Why *
buy
Imported doctored
cigars, made from \
Basket will leave office of Southern and acrobatic dances, alao character- heavy tropical tobacco,
Express Co., every Tuesday morning. serpentine fire, transformation, firefly EAU OALLIE FLA., opium and other drugs, when yon can have the pure Florida leaf at a fire
R. W. JOYNEB, AKU all with price
gnllicentoostumesaa
beauti Is
prepared to build .
1 .er::nrFilter- tubes are now, for sale at ful electrlo electrlo effects.outfit Faustina and an carries expert aoompl.te Nearly SO Rtfrantlo birds standing I to Id tat ROUND BOTTOM BOATS FREELY MAIL TO. ANY BOof 25..:. .... .. . .,,ILa

I ,his oboe, price aXct; postage extra. electrician. high DMU,,mlKblns eggs,patrtohe;Km to**sitting Price of admission .
25: 35, and 90 cents. just ttatuuml.Unldes
mr-: Reading notice adi. on this page Reserved seats now on sole at Eagle Moort visitors tbronch the)farm Repairing of all kinds attended to s. wROVTZIE"5Z'
'3 are firs> cents per line per week. Clothing Store. Secure: your seats early plaining,all about the birds, their acts, bablta, .,
plumage eta.
Shops: Foot of City Dock,Ean GalUe.I .

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