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East Coast advocate
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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: May 2, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ther avoided the Confederate Ironclad FAMOUS SEAT OF LEARNING A School Per D.t etlvo.
CITIES
HARD TO KILL.
nor rushed Into collision with them. la Paris aspirants for positions in the '.
RACE ... ..t.1 o.t Oxford tlnl-r....ltyllnnd:.
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A FORTIETH Farragut ordered the big tern wheeler detective force are taught lu a regular What Rom, Parts CoMtantlas
Mississippi to try to ride down the ram .omcly" Endowed tojr Cecil Itbodc.. school, where day after day they are sad London Irate ..cr......

I' ANNIVERSARYWAR Manaseaa and the ram promptly Oxford university which has recelv put through various exercises:: until It Is a difficult thing to kill,a city I

TO NEW STORY sheered and ran ashore. Then the Mil ed an endowment of scholarships for. they become proficient and receive appointments and there are some well known places

Blsslppl stood off and riddled her with American students by the gift of 910 I or show that they have not that have so much vitality that they '

: shot until her cables were cut amt she 000,000 from the late Cecil Rhodes, lathe the detective instinct In them will survive any number of disasters. J

: ORLEANS M Y April 34. l86a W w drifted helplessly down the river finally oldest institution of learning in I The students! Drat are trained in the Take Rome as a first example No

P O exploding la midstream. England says tho New York World. use of their eyes and their hands. One fewer than ten times has she been '

O fiP SJ O GGW) While Farragut was "proceeding up The first fairly authenticated notice ot of tho lessons consists' in placing the wept by pestilence. She has been \
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& --- tbe'MlaeUBlppT through fire and smoke !. Oxford as a seat of learning dates from pupil In n brilliantly lighted room full burned twice and starved out on six 1

Tho Hartford soon after passing For and blazing guns Porter continued to the time of Edward the Confessor of furniture and ornaments. Then he occasions. Seven times she has been ; I

Copyright( 1902, by O. L. Kilmer.] I I Philip encountered a blazing 3re raft bombard the water batteries at the The first charter was granted to the Is taken to another room and requiredto besieged or bombarded. But she still

URB-A OUT'S fighting ships which was pushed against her side bya !! forts At noon of the 2 tb. when the university by King John. unite a sketch of the room be just flourishes. Perhaps that Is why she Is I ('

weighed anchor soon after mid tugboat Karragut called away ble Federal fleet was known to have anchored In 1201 the university numbered within has left Indicating the position of nil called tho Eternal City.

night April 24. :IStJVJ and by. :2 firemen and stood by until they put out lii front of the city of New Orleans Its walls 3.000 students, "but," says the objects In It. He Is. allowed to look Paris has had eight sieges, ten famines. .

o'clock a, m. were making the the fire which climbed half way to the Porter hailed Fort Jackson to an old English: writer "among these a at a face for a minute and then required two plagues and one lire which I il I

Ijnt doth toward carrying out the or- tops. On the burning side the flame surrender. The Confederate command company of varlets, who pretended to to describe the color of the hair devastated It. We make no referenceto

In to "proceed up the MississippiIfTtr. l / drove the Hartford men from theft er, General Duncan, replied that he be scholars shuttled themselves In and the eyes, the' general form etc lie the number of revolutions, as they i

A French admiral and a British guns, and Farragut shouted: "Don't must first hear from New Orleans did act much villainy by thieving, quar- afterward U required to pick out a are too numerous to mention But ParIs -

jjjUln bad sailed up stream the even flinch at that fire boys I Give that rascally Porteriguested that Farragut woe reling." etc. photograph of the face from among still nourishes.

la before and talked with tbe Confcd.Intecommanders little tug a shot! Don't let her looking after New Orleans., but to save 'The university Is made up of a numher several hundred others.In Constantinople has been burned out

In Fort Jackson and escape!" The tug was sunk. Alreadythe all dispute he would put a few thou. of separate corporations or col educating the hand the student is nine times and has suffered from four

llM Philip the heavy armed citadels Hartford had thirty-two shot hole sand more bombs Into the defiant forts leges. The colleges owe their existence placed in a dark room In which are plagues and five sieges. There are

jrtlrb guarded tbe channel. They told In her hull and rigging. lie kept oa firing until April 28 when to endowments by benevolent persons : many curious and unusual objects. some people who think that many of

'Itra/lut/ that It would fie Impossible While Farragut was fighting lire the Duncan concluded that New Orleans ,'and some of them are' of ancient These he feels over and then writes a the sultans have been as bad for the il

In bit wooden ships to pass the barrl- Brooklyn lay for a time dead In the bad l left him to his fate and hoisted the date, notably University ((1240)). Baltol description of tlifim. lie must remember city as any pestilence. And yet she

|obstructions the enemy had plac- ,current under the guns of Fort Jack white flag. (12(0)( : ) and Merton (1210). Richard III even the slightest details. One testIs BOOS on. .

din his way and live through tbe fire eon She would have been blown out The officer who were to arrange did much for Oxford and granted the to let him handle gems In the dark Lastly there Is the English metropo 'I j'

i He forts.Ifirragut. of water bad the enemy fired low, terms of capitulation met on board the university many privileges. and then tell what they are whether Its London began as a kind of mound I

bad 192 guns mounted on But their beach guns were out orange historic little steamer Harriet Lane Twenty-one colleges and six halls diamonds, rubles or what not. This is, In a swamp. In her early history she 1 !

nllC'n wooden war sloops and gun. and those on the parapet could which had played a part at Fort Sum now compose the university, and about of course an exercise for the more advanced was sacked burned and all her Inhabitants .

to The enemy could bring to bear not be depressed enough to strike a ter. After Porter bad signed Com 13.000 members are on the books. Of pupils.Artist. butchered. She has been deco .

aunt on land and forty In batteries ship near shore. The Brooklyn opened mandor Walnwrlgbt of the Harriet these about 3,000 are resident under mated by plague five times exclusive)

to Below Fort Jackson the first with shell and shrapnel on tbe tort Lane took up the pen. Just at the mo- graduates. The Income from endowments cad PI._.... I of typhus cholera and such maladies.She .

M88,a line of anchored hulks bound and kept it up until the Hartford wa ment he was called from the cabin by of the various colleges nmoants Artists have many amusing and some has been more or less burned seven -

orlher with iron chain cables had clear of the fire raft and her flames extlngutahed. an officer and be quickly returned with to a little more than 91.000.0OO. The when times. She Is thriving in spit of all. I II
unpleasant experiences trespassIng
obstructed the startling news that the Confederate ; officer In the Is the ,
pletely I the channel un- Then she steamed up the highest university |n pursuit of subjects for their art. I
1 tbs night of the 20th. when Farra- river and headed for the Ironclad Lou. ironclad Louisiana was In flames. chancellor He I Is I elected by the members I When Mr. Doughton once saw a man OK A......> Bottle..

pit'i chief of staff, 'with the crews of islana. which lay moored to the bank drifting down stream into the group ot and holds office for life. plowing In a field be climbed 'the dividing In early American glassware the history : I

|i couple of gunboats, bad cut a pas- above Fort Philip. The Louisiana flr Federal vessels anchored before the A student to enter any of.the colleges wall and began to sketch bhn. of our national art progress has .. !

gethrough them under flre. Through ed a cbupje of shots at the, Brooklyn; fort and abe was liable to blow up at must hove some knowli'.(je of the This was too much for the involuntary been written. Choice and precious Indeed ':. '
any moment: Porter said to the Confederate classics and mathematics. To
get a are the crude blue green and ,
model who strode up to the artist and .
offloers who were yet to sign: degree a student must reside at least brown amber bottles made early in the
said "Do you know what I could do
"If you can stand the explosion, we twelve continuous terms at the university. nineteenth century the portrait bottles I ,
with ? "I haven't the slightestIdea
can. Let as go on and finish the caplt The study of ancient literature, "you bearing busts. of Washington Franklin
answered with
Mr. Bougbton amile.
ulatlou. Duncan next took the pen history and philosophy Is laryely encouraged Lafayette. De Witt Clinton, Zachary ,
and was followed by the second In at Oxford. There also I
are Taylor ICossuth and Jenny Lind. Local -
"Well the said "I
burly plowman
command. As the last affixed .
name was
schools In modern history civil law and decorative line
subjects on many
could chuck you Into the road. "You'dbetter
the part were lifted from their theology. Mathematics, natural science of ideas were treated by the first AmenIcan
do that Mr.
not Itonghton re
a scats try m explosion: which threw the
etc., have each their schools. .
bottle makers, nod the most exqulslte
torted. "Why not go buck' to your
her side The Louisianahad
ship over on
Attached to each college are fellowships Venetian bottle cannot outrankIn
I'll wblstla for In halt
and
blown a moment too late to cut plow you
up and scholarships awarded Inmost hour. value,. to a patriotic American collector .
an
abort the capitulation. cases by open competition. In the primitive old flasks orna.
Some of the Confederate < To xiBoughton's surprise the mnn
ships fought
most colleges the fellowships are held with .
mented Indians Masonic emblems
obeyed( and half an hour Inter was duly !
valiantly at New Orleans, especially for life, so long us the bolder remains Tog cab-
the
eagle, stars flags,
summoned to Inspect the llnlshf t pic
: the Governor Moore, commanded by
unmarried. The value of the scholarship
1T Inn, cannon and steamships or such
ture. "How much will they give
Lieutenant ex-offl you
Beverly Kennon. an
r Is about $400 or $500 a year, ten. outdoor themes as the seasons, birds
for that he asked otter critically
cer of tin United States Purrngut's -
navy able for live years. The university yearIs fruit, trees, sheaves of wheat, the fisherman
the sketch "Oh about
attack was not a surprise after surveying
divided Into tour terms-Michaelmas,
deer, the gunner and his hound.
r L -- the week of deliberate preparation fl0! the artist answered. ('11,
Hilary. Banter and Trinity. The Inter
and the first bicycle. The earliest
I'm hangeill" the astonished plowman
5 within sight of the lower forts. But
vale between terms are short with tho
Zi American railway with a car drawn
said scratching his fiend In perplexity
the rush in the darkness past the guns
exception of the long vacation, which
by a horse is historically celebrated
on
". have to plow two months before I
and thronsb the Confederate fleet was
lasts from the first or second week In
glass lank, as well as the bold I'Ike'apeak
earn much us that -Tlt-BIta.
can a
a stunning surprise to the defenders on *
i June until Oct. 10.
pilgrim with bled staff and bun
the spot aid to the world.QEOItGE Oxford Is sixty-three miles by roll
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( dle.-Century. < ..
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Wh Carat Were Wnnt... R
L. KILMER. n 1 i
from London and lies northwest of the .
= i When one borne that curates ore Increasing
Is exceedingly
capital It Is on the Thames .
1g Th. __a Kept on .bl..... rich In beautiful buildings and Is BO much luure rapidly than A q.e.r Japnn; *.. Maur// .. Custom.

A certain well known judge was qncg the most famous institution of learning 'beiicnces, wonder Is excited as to the Wild 1 geese are considered the best '
= condition of affairs in the eighteenth examples of conjugal felicity in the .
z violently attacked: by a young and wary In the world.
century, when enterprising ladles offered animal world. Thus tbe Japanese
Impudent course(. To the surprise of T
livings to Ilt"'I'ulf'n'lIIlnl( toninrry groom; sends the bride a pair of these l
everybody> the Judge heard him quite rl.p. In .t.II..t. .
them. An advertisement to thin birds, and she In turn presents them to
Z through, unconscious of what was Mid In nearly all the large cities of Spain
her To further emphasize the
effect appeared In tho London Cliroiil parents.
I T- by those present and made no reply.
( the theaters soil tickets for separate
I. rle In March l1:H, The lady. was ruth 'I mutter tbe groom brings another pairto
After the adjournment for the day rule
acts of a piny. The plays are a. a
tr parttculur too. The f'Ul'ate11.. to tho wedding and they roost In the)
and when all were assembled at theiotel of the popular variety plentifully interspersed
bo well room during the ceremony. Their con
l..younl&, have a small frrluno
where the judge and of the
many wltb songs and dances. They
duct Is watched with for
care they
wornmended ns to inoruU and good
court folk bad their refreshments one In sort of variety entertainment
are short a
must not struggle to during the
escape
temper: "and be firmly attached to tin
of tile company naked the judge why with a slender thread of plot
-j : entublUlunent." Thai proceedings. "ortllunt Is the bride
present happy
r. be dirt Mt ivtiafc the Impertinent fel- running through them. They begin
living was not rlfli-ln low 100 per annum groom who cannot secure the geese
i low. early and end late, and large numbersof and alive nod must be content to substitutetoy i
-but the fair one wits young
wild the loud
"Permit Judge
me performers are employed. Seats are 1
of Imitations of the birds for then
agreeable. There seems a ouch
enough to attract the attention of the cheap, and few people would care .
very humility In the direction that answers he has no anxiety lest the wild propensity
whole company, among whom was the to alt out the whole performance. '
assert itself during the marriagerites
be left at the bar of the Union
"GIVE THAT UASCALLV TUG A :91IOT1"g barrister In joeittk>n-"permit me to The result is that it Is possible for a "may Coffee louse Strand! directed to Z. and. thus prove an III omen to the

- en yon I Ktlhe" story. My father whenwe small sum to buy a ticket entitling the household.-Woman's Home Companion. '
'' of then closed her port sUutterS to receive lived In the country, had a dog, a purchaser to.see one or two acts out of Z. Confidence was created by the assurance r
the leading division that "the utmost out4honor
oops f the Brooklyn's broadsides. mere pwppy. I may say. Well this ive or six. The consequence Is thai secrecy .
and gunboats
under Captain 1 ninelncbshells, may be depended upon.Lon.clOD
Oneof the Louisiana's would go out every moonlight down after an
uwxlorus puppy when the curtain comes How to Liv..m LOT.
1 Pu Hlng Bailey Fort steamed cautiously. tight and bark at the moon for bourn. act a largo portion of the audience Chronicle. The girl was having a private conference
Jackson noises on
tbe
''Pbourd' alarmed I large enough to blow the sloop out of together," leaves the house and stints are Immediately with her fattier on the sub-

I there, tile Confederates waterlanded In the Brooklyn's timbers, Tb Judge paused as if bo bad fin- taken by newcomers who have P'id seat to.. ject of marriage l

'uie Karragut's and they were ready to wel- I I but did not explode because the Confederate (shed.. been waiting for the end of the act What sculpture Is to a block of mar "Th young man hasn't enough to i

I by his second division bead- gunners in their hurry had "Well. what of It?" exclaimed half a and have taken tickets for the next ble education Is to a human soul. The support youon," urged tbe father.
flagship! Hartford, with a the lead patch from of tbe.au.lIence at once. the saint and the hero the !
."I"" ade from failed to remove doaiui Even In grand opera and classic drama philosopher "But you wilt give us something"
ith and the batteries on the tho exploding tUAP Passing on and "Oh. nottirnjr-nothing, but the moon his practice obtains in some of the wise, the good and the great man very she said. w

e tort from the lofty parapets of leaving tbe Louisiana, the Brooklyn kept: shining on. just us if nothing had Spanish theaters. often lie hid and concealed In a plebeIan "Not; a great deal my dear."

' Bailey's ships passed on ton got a blow from the rnm Maun8 ns and lariDened." which a proper education. might "Then we shall live on love."

le Philip, on the'opposite bank. at the same time a shot from the ram .. From I O>no Cold ....... have disinterred and brought to lights- "Ugb." sniffed tbe fattier. y i
Runners Tl Strnw
of this fort were driven the planking '
"" their' which smashed through has struck rich I Logic Is logic whether It touches] the Addison "Don't you think we can?" asked the
posts by a hot fire of grape bnrrlcnde. A Washington/ man a
sand bag
d and lodged In a affairs of nations or a cold In the head. girl wltb the beautiful confidence of
eanlHtcr! before they could cripple low In the water that Idea. At least It will make him rlcb It Ease Clio I... .
} >'':"'lliis ships. Above the fort the Tbe ram lay so could not strike things pan out as be expects.: Thereare The conviction: says Tit-Illts, was forced "'Which do you prefer," astfed the youth. !
the Brooklyn's guns a Liverpool woman whose "Yes, If both single. And
rUJ/I. Varuna and Oneida dashed about 20.000.000 railroad ties used upon| friend "classical music or classicalplays you stay
her. coachman although he bad been 111 for the father declined to discuss tbe matter -
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In. the United State In a and
enemy's fleet already moving and tbe river veiled year ?
nn stream to meet the Invaders. It was still dark ship which each tic coats the road About 73 cents. several days, appeared one morning "Clasxlcal muMc, every time," answered further.

.0 'n' '""lor paddle wheels and tbe One strange the portside Iron and stone cannot be used as they wltb his hair closely cropped. Mr. Cumrox. "There's always
pUTtte Brooklyn close on Denude" raid tile mistress Flndlnsr For the Ln* .
"Why, '
"if "t the forts bad summoned them sent to the bottom have no elasticity: ; so wood b.vs remained noise enough in that to keep you r
w< ?-,.ne., would hate been a* the only thing available. Now 'whatever possessed you to have your wake."Washington Star. Sometimes tbe jury returns a verdictfor
'arl'II'lIt'a by a broadside, !hut at the WOlUelle| the \Viuhlngtonlan comes forward lair cut while you had such a bad the lawyer, of which the followingIs
alone
Hartford of the
1'. flagship of tiring ft voice on tbe deck will cold 1"' a good Instance: Mr. John Jones a
u.e fIrst Fuit wltb a machine which make ties flat feed to Them.
at tbIromiols"
heavy light out "Puirt shoot! it's ..J1 the unabashed barrister of Influence and
sloop called : \V mum, replied great ability
the material'
i11! Her consort the Brooklyn and from straw, cheapest In Cnrrye-C'holly never eats brains.
I : The order was obeyed Dennis, "1 do be takln' notice this lung was a leading couuMclor practicing! lathe
inptcd to tbe in the Mcllao. the world, and the ties will be firm tint arAncl why not? s
pass gap gunboat
Confederate willie thatwulnlvcr I hare me hair cut Welsh circuit Upon one occasion
itr'l' thus the lastlc. says the Washington Post be I. afraid will i
us ami keep In line but ow- killed by Carrye-Why, they
: 't", : whose contain bad Just been made by secret but I take a !bad cowld so I thought to me- after a felicitous speech on behalf of d
tle a
They sr
darkness In tbe very to his head.-Judge.
shortTease
' 's ',', got caught from the Iroquois, got a elf that now while I hud the cowldon 1'0[ Ills client in a criminal ease the Jury as
** one of her own dangling! car of life. This Incident ended the heap procews.s"or to me. It would.be the time of nil soon as the Judge bad summed up,

J)''I. !'!- the fire of Fort Jackson. ntl-rln- adventure of the nrookl1n.Sb" .It, In 110....,. ... other to go and get me hair cnttln' The greatest Lay In the world la thai without waiting for the officer to take

, ii' .Unown'bero n :" ran out and cut had been struck seventeen tJmf.1IIn Toper twine stockings at 3 cents a done, for by that course I would save of Ileugal. )Measured' in a straight lint their verdict, called out. "My lord we

or with nn.nx and then she th hull dud IOMt thirtylivewoodenehips men. 'Tilt! pair are the latent thing In hosiery. tncself just one cowld. Do you see. thepower ,. from the two 'inclosing peninsulas( Itt are all for John Jones, with cOaltsl'London .-

.UDthrorgh rafts, ";the'gap' i4,' Into a nest of ot the Federal fleet net- of( me reasoning mum?' extent Is tout 420.0OO square wU... Tit-Bits. :"I'J"

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k If hl"rE'byor".n that the following d l rlbt"( lands Ill be sold at T ; N. '
NOTICE / ; : iK4nefrof lot 10, run east 4o V .' ; by ulfl and south by MuU
fo' :
y ,, auction on the 2nd clay Of June', 11)t) / Tit .svllle. / '' in the County $' t.. ''t, ncrth! 60 tee 1t bet street, Ooooaist : 83 21 30
of Brevard or BO much thereof a* will be. necessajy! to pay tli **mount dye for feet, 4I oith) (CO feet,bringpart ..kof ..:' .. :; . Nortn l % of lot 10, plat of -
?' tuxes, herein.set opposite to the same, together with coot of such gale and ad- "! lots g, 10, of block F, Titift- alt Indian River City . . 33 24 30

vertising. ? T J E Lanouette, South VJ; of lot B, block 0, TItusvlfib Indian River City .. . 33 24 30
ma \! *?. . . . . S 22 -35' L8B 'Vm Bindle, . LotIt,' Is shown by assessor's! I
i IIJ Brown ...., . Lots 9, 10, block 11, Tltusville. ::1l2 8.1' I 4 >!J7 pJatof.Oo . . . 33 21 30
OWNER DEiC1Ui'TION. g q .. p James Nettles, ; Lot T; block 10, Titusville . 3 22 85/ 1 [a\ Wm Guenthner. Lot 8,0, Singleton's 2nd addition I

4 .._.. f" =oE-t..0, ,' n Adams.'; ?. ... Lot 6, block 28, Titusville. : 3l2 85 ; 01 w to Cocoa . ; ... .. 33 24 30
} tr I EFY. .=., Co! 13.... == OWGrljfgs. Lots, 7, block A, Fisher's ad- *" James Finn.., .?? Lot 1, 2,3.4,8. . ; 1 24 37 151
( 'J'J := ""I 0 OIl ditionTitusvflie. : . 3 22 :35! 801 N Gulbrannen, . :North 3& of northwest J .south-..'

'E D Oarter. . .Worth 2:1: acres of 8'tuth JIRIt'of .1 T I.oti, block B, Fisher's addition west-M of southwest M, and '

B' ?. lot 2. . .. .. . ., .. .. 3G 20 34 ?. 23 f6' 40'VACooe Z Titusvillu . . . 3 22 95 f ? 301 lots 0, l0. . . .,. . 1 21 37 Ku(
Nichols . Lot 27. Joynerville, an addition < A OulbrannenCM . Southeast .4Jess, north 40 acres 2 24
:. . North y 0fot3. .. . 30 20 3& 40 271 > 37 121.(,
to Tit un lIle 822 35 1 00 WestonJames . South of southeast of
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If TNapier ;, ;.. North n. of HOlltb % of Wm. 3--.t.
Oarvl n Grant. . .. . . 4It. Emma Nlckols . Lot 2Joynervilleanadditionto'ritusvllle' northwest Jrf, . . 14 24 37 20
.. J7 20 Jii: roo 10 08 . :. . 3 22 35 2 45 J Finn. . Lot J . . . . . I . 0 21 38 1 i I.
EWBliss. . NorLb3 utitcostaGrant: . :U' Josephine' Cobb? Lots 2S, 29\ Ill, Rerdell'g addi- r .A R. Clevland. . South U of lot 2. . . . 2 25 36 8
) \ t 38 20 3iJ.w... 000 21"01 r .f tion Titusville . . . 3 22 v35.;: <' t. 3 01 A Ii Clevland. t. .. North 23 feet of lot 3. . . 2 25; 30 1 I-.,
1( PANgere/ ... Iot2.2Aurnntianiiitlonnn.n-, Benj.-YoungFst.(, >. Lot. (41" Rerttell's aditloTI9( rf,.", >.' BenJ., Hogg. : .. . North 1-3 of south 10'a chains ]
a(1 ,1 4'; ,. ",':. ber I platted In book O. I tusville . . i. ; .,. a' 22 as1"; 1, 21 of lot 4.> . . . . 2.,2 ; 30 10
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; 'palfs..j,1I,6Voluslacounty. 38 20 35 5 2IDMEMarsh. plat Martha E Sullivan l,.acre in northeast JY of northeast -
:..; . IotlJAurantll\a.lltlonnum-: ) ( i' Book I, page COn. . . . oj. 22 85' 211 Ji, west of K. R .'. 9 25 30 1 ., i
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1f '''. ". bt'r 1 platted .In Book 0., BenJ.. Hogg ... Block 41, plat In Deed Book I, Sara Wynn. . South::: >,j acres of lot 1, described .
; . . ., .. .. .
pngrB ,il 6, II, VOIU8111 county. 38 20 .>33 IS. 2 IU ; )page605 r '4,22 3// '" 189 Deed Hook 0 0, page

Unknown. ; . . LotlIJ.\urantlanddit/onnum./ -:: I 'JPTurner, . 4 acre square in southwest cor- ,L IU .. . . ,. .- .. .. .. U ss -an-- ..>!
ber 1 platted< ,
.'' : pages 4S I It. Vlusl" cognty- 38; 20 33: G 2 10 7. . . . . 4 22 35 '4. 2 41 xE Peck : .. .. Lots: .j, n, block I\\, plat .of ,
4 Cbas K
v O.A Sackett, . Lot A, Aurnnt.Jn addition. nurn- Kenyon. .. Nortbwest Ji or lIol'thwee4.\; .. . J. .,; 23 25 30 :: "
her 1 platted In Book 0., .Iesll 2y acres to Feaster, and : AVIliscock,, .. Partlot'1nodof northeast 'U
.
Volusia as begin :na (( l't >louthof northf ,of northeast J.( of section '21 "'
4. paA'l's4, t, 0. county.! 20( M "i} 1 96Sa'ckettBros. ,
went corner of northeast 3'o4 .. and put, lJf lot.2 of section 19
. Beginning atsouthwstcorner :nJ "' ,
of lot A, of Auraltlt, addition InUlI1bpr northeast t.i, run east 00 described Deed Book K, page

1. run north 1210 feet, t'I et, south 222:! feet: west no :" .: 138 . . . . ;. .1 k:? 21&. 36'
west .181feet, south 1210 feet feetand north 2/2:./ beet : '4 22 :16: 38.. 6 64 .. . . . 10.23 81 31 ,
t and east 481 feet. : 3R 20 36 I3} It 01Unknown' ) EPWfhbur. . Northt'astY4ofnortht'll8tU. 122\ 35' .41) ', 1 3 A V Iliscock. . Part lots 3 and4 of section 2.4, I I

:. . All T.. Crayon Grant 40 20 35 2U 2 71 James Danlele. .. North 5 acres of south of : ." a V Iff. and part lots 4 and o. of sectlon -
t Wm ::1\1.Danam... AllSegulGrant.I .u. .. . 4:1: 20 36 8.laS: 0572 I northeast \; . ... IS 22 35; J,' '-5 t1:80:: 19. described Deed Book "a. \
J'V Carlile . ,. North 3( of east !3ti or southeast ,t., K andC4.:;2. . 21
page 138. 30"V
; 1Vm.T> ... All egul Grant . . 44 20'84' 168 :I 20'VOl .
. . 45 3i of northwest 3i. . . 5 22 85 6 -:,189 ;)
Jallam.... All Regul\ Hran 20 85 SaO! 4. 80 bJe'men 8i ,
'j 1 1JO
A I1adley. . . :North of lot I all Jot and I etnl i 'ii' is g 2:1s:
WmM: HallaDJ... All HelCul CHant. . 81 21 31 ,801 4'D1 3' 2 r .t ( ) Lots: ;plat of Georgiauu.; ; : : 2
J)'A Cooper . . Part of southwest:( of northeast southeast ti: or southwest '3i. 6 2:1: 81) ,,100 5 21 . . . . 23 37 21 .J
U, describl'd Deed Book A lladll' . . Suuthl' llt;:( ofnortheast3{ and : '" J ,'"f' JB Parker, .. .. East J'of southwest y. . 20 '28U/ 80 "I '.1,1),

i D. D. 103. . . . 3 20 85 03' IS7/ northeast &. of lIoutlwast 6 22 3" 84 2 511 J U Thompson ? fart lot 2, described DeellDook 'Y
N II 'V Darting . East 3 .of. page northwest 3s' of lot 2. 3 20 85 10 2 11 East A lIadley.Coast. .. . Iuts S, 4... . . . . . 8 22 8DO/ : 2 49 FFpage43' ... . .. . 4 23; 37 0 I..

: I' 0 Moslpr.. . Lot 1or( all fractional) . 7 20 35; In" 3 84 Realty John ShlppieSouthiSncresofJot2: : : and all "
nOUn Clark (et al) North :23! 3 acres of lot 2" . . 12 20' 33 ,28 4 62 Company . Lots 2. 4, O. 8,10,12,14, 10. 18, Jots 3 and 4, except south Ii
Butler Campbell South! 13 aeres of southwest U 20, 22 of Wilbur's subdivision acres and Jess 6 acres in Jot 2
of northeast 3a, south 11 acre of north:! ) acrell of DelespineGrunt. to 1'hompsun. . . : :. 6 25; :J1 1:18: III' :;
of lot 1 and north lj) of lot 2. 13 20 35; .' 71 7 83 East . . . : ... .. . '3 22 85 .12' )4) J3.Fox. . . Lots, 2. HI to 37. :m. 41. 43 to

EBCarter,. . West26acresoflotflot2and( f ( Coast Renity :; .I 62 inclusive, pint of Hort!. 7
northeast\; ot southeast u. 31 20 85 00 8 06Mre ( Cuwpan . AllexoeptIVilhar'asubdivlonof . . . . . _. 17
4, EM Edmund- Hell''I)1'' n Grant, . 8 22 33, >>100 ; 6 1\1\ . . . . 18 1 2i 37 I Ii I.I:
of southeast of Ellst Coast Realty j .. \ ,' j. Jennie A Hlnglt.'ton. North 83: a'rI8: of southeast 1 10 25 37 G..
son.'H. . South 36 U :f i tirl
rtnrthenl'lt' t( of southwest 3a. 81 20. 35 II 1 In Company . All. DelespineGrant.. i ..' . 0 22 M tHO 708 E Steinhouser., South 10 acres 0' southeast 7.i .

E T Bowen . . Southwest tg of southeast 3a if East Coast Realty ... of southeast 3( . . .. 10 2'> 31 10 I i II i
southwest 3(. . . : . 81 20 '35 10 1 89leoHunt. Company, :. : Lot 1, north ?6 of lot 2, west }4 "' I I) lllscock., .. ., South 5 1.10: aeres of lot 1. and

( \;. . . Lot 3 . . . . ... 111 20 30 37 72:1: of northeast 14 and northwest north 1-3 of north 3u of lot 2..
+ ,r Unknown. . . Northwest U of southwest 10,21 3& 40 3 180F 4 of southeast }(: Dell>lliline r and part lot 3 . . . 15 25 .31 30 4 41
d abate ... . North :2 acres of southeast 3q'of Grant . . . .t' .N. 10. 22 85 415 040 a.A, Fallin.. .. .. : :. Lots' 2, t, Cocoa Beach Absocfntion -
southeast 3( Of80Uthweost j 4' G 21 3:1: 2 123Chrstlna East' Coast Realty ", v .. . : .' 2J '23 31 i8t I .
t' 0 Bran South 8 acres al Rlllthuast 3. of Company .. ,,.. Northwest.M: and north U. of H. EO 'Vethy.. ".., ;. Lot 1. brodc A, (100:1: Beach
southeast 3j: oI southwt'st u.. .1'1 21 358. I 0 40 .c' .southwest Ml; )>eltwpi eGrant. 15 22 3+5 430 10. 08 Improvement A..sooiaton.. 26 25 37 I Gi,
N .Tohn Aspinwall ; ofhortheast3k. 7 21 3 '"" 40 160 East Coast Realty : ". a II Williams (Est.) South 4J- acres of lot -1. . 31 23. 87 n. 'I IIj

John Al'lplnw' lJ. .; Northwest( of northwest 3j. 8 21 35 ..40 2 1,1 ,Company \ . '' AllPele8pi'ueGrant' I' .,. ..*.? 'Ift/ 22: 35>>.' 040 .,. 7 98 Cahill '1'higpen..V. Lot 1 : :. . . ... . . G 26 a7 H 1 t2u!
FEt:,:!ackett. . ; :'I'North' 3( of'nrtht'llst) 34of, East Coast* Kealty V : v" V. .' o If Williallls (Let) :North 20 acres of lot 1. : .. Q' 20 37 :20! 7 -11
,. I.. M ..I v"" 'Company . All : : : Rudisjll! . . outh127l-10UdlUll1sof
.r. southwl'st 3(, less 3 feet on' : Delespine Grant t. . 21 22 33' 640 788 .. lot ] ." _
t.. ':" ', 'I.; l'/utslde .'. . .\. .,. : : . 8 21 35'r19. 1881n East Coast Realty- """ V < .. E'XCtIlt'lnll" to Ramsey. and .
1'' II Hawthorne.. .Iot II, re-sllblllvlslot1"df fots I, '..+, '. Company'. 4. .'; All, fraction, Delespine Grant. 23: 2d 35 509 1113 Carpenter . !. . 6 20 31 20 12 Is
10 '20 21 ', iJ'ti. 1;I1At Coast Realty o' < i t '?.. "., H Cnrpeonter. .. :. Fart lot 1 described Deed Book "I' .
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...u ....;.. 2:a, 1..8,0,11,11,18, ; I Iv .' .
.' 2:1: and west' (O acres of lot Ti Company.. . All, Delespine Grant . "v.w 27- 22' .35& ; 040 .7.,98{) "t H.pltlfl' 25.:; t S. r. 0"120 '31 Ot -t 03

'V ,22: of J :U.' llawthorrt lit f, .. ,' East Coast Realty J. )t ? V, ",' ,.', JNChalker.Partrlot8descrihedDaedBook" : .
i PO. s : flubIJlvlslon :. . ... . 16 21. 3$ 10}'. 011 Company:. . All, Delespine' Grant .- .. 28 '22 35 640 708 '" I Z, page (019. . ... . O. 2J( 37 10. 0 32
East. Coast 11 A Stewart, ... . ] 3 Chlllull
E1tjahA.Sicketti, ;, Partof'south4t or 'nortbwest Realty trip and 33: 1I11kIJ wl"e ,
... ;\ ." U'; described Decd' J300k 8.f Companjr , East .U, Delespine! GVant .:. 83. 22 .>85 sl'O 4 80( ? aI'OMS'l't'rHIJ$ island 1'rom

+u f y..' page7., . . . .'. :.. ....._. 17 21 33. u6. '. 35i East Const Realty Indian River to Banana River

Unknown ... .. West.t of southwest U off J Company . All, DeleaplneGrant. . : 0 2:1': 3Iii"/I.JO', '7'na VV -.. '- '. .. VJ being a putt of Jot 8, I'Srrlb..d ,, .
.' southeast 3 4 of southeast 3S. 20 21 SJ: IS 2' 4.Chaa A A Brown . . South ]15 of southeast3(, . :3 22 ; 80( 80. '407 Deed'l3ook .;t>D. ; "page'. "'l'
D'Valnwrlght Part; of 110rthl'IIfIt 7.t: of lIorth ,'. (!. ti !L. f Joe Lennon . Lots,.,'.' .'. ... .. . 23 23 35'(10( 310 2Ri. . I .to'" ,. (I' 26 87 ,UT',' 52sr
nvest U described Deed BooK JIll Djcksoii.. Part of northeast ,11 of northeast '.1. \-.'. .' "Ennis... .. . South acrl'loflot8Rnllllorth: .
,
: ,
\ I r K 188 and Ins I. . 20 21 85; .\r'b\ ,. 210e )U described Deed Book k 13D i f1I'f' of lot 4 . 6 2t 31. 6+ 6 32
Florfda'Lonn<< and png-l's : K, pageJH7' . 25; 23 3.) 5 .2 10 H .r .\lJeoI . ... South $ acres o. 'nol'I h I2V '

( "Trust Company North 3( of northeast 3j= of II. J. Tiffin ." North }6I.of northeast If, south. .. VV s arreaof10t ;1 . . . . 0 J 20 87 IIi- 0 32
.. southeast 3( of northwest 3:1': \ east M'of northeast >: and / x Calvin Thlg-pen. 'Hmth4i2-IOOchalnsnflot'4, 6 J 211 31 8+ OOj

lees 3y acre t.o But.ler : 20 21 35; 3.} 2 20 northeast ri. of southeast 3( 12. 23 80 100 1284 ..1.\ .Boothe.- . ,.. Jot It Dicksoll's suhdlvlsion '
John Butler.. : Part of southeast % of north ThosABell . Lots 11,4, 6, subdivision of Gov, of lot 1 of .section 7 and lots
went east of R. R. I in northeast < Jots 1,2,3 . . . ? . .10 211JO: 117' 8 40 1 nod<<1 2 of Hel'tlon 8 7
corner M, . . . . 20 21 35 IfrHoutli .1 51 Mrs J :E Dickson Lot 1, 'Hlbdlvlljlol1 of Gov lots I' . . : :: : : : : : : : : tI .20 37 20 0 70
R F'llerndon % of northwest' 3:( of 2,4,5 . . . . ? 1923 80 27j :8 J'OI J A J ootht>.. , Jot III, Dil'kson's subdivision
4 southwest! U of northwest 34 20 21 83 5 1 89 I Fred 'Vl1ltlock. South II acres or north 2DJi" of lot 1 ot section/ 7, and "

A Stanley. .'. . Part of southwest Ji: of north* acres of lot I . . . 22 23 80 6 I 1 80 Jots 1 and 2 of section 8. ." 7 :
"i west M'. , . . 20 21 33; '. 2 3 01Mary iiiJ; '1'111111., . South 15 >a'r'H of lot 3, and ... '. . . . . . . -8 2131\ II 0 70
:! Taylor.. Part lot ,1, described Deenook .. ... north 2-3 or Jot .1. .'. .'. 22 23: 36 30 14 80 John Carson 1" rlt1.. : . . . ;.. . 1211 31 83:t (0 I O::!

V, page 101 . . . . 28 21 3h': 35 3 01 HJ'rllfil1. . aouthwest'34 . . 23 23 3(1( IGO 4'U1 .\lIl1le E Carson.. !. TotJ.: . . . . 14'20'' 37 78 (0 lo"!
Ja'kl'lOIlVllle'J'lImpa' <;. 11 J TlJIln. . Southwest 4 of northeast 7.1, John. Carson! ..? .f. Lob. i and soutlieast34 ofllouth-
f.I
east . . 13
and West Hall I' Southeast '1 of northwest 3t 14. 2l7( : 00 7 it
Key ,
f"" LaGrange r northwest' 1 of Annie E Carson Iot\:\ and nortbeast3j: olrsoutlueasy '
Company. 3 acres In town plat of .( southeast 3a,
way ) . . . . . 28. 21 85 ..3 301 and northeast. 3j of southwest J ;( . . . I. . Io's 20 87 In 7 71
1 .A. J Carter . All south % "Of southwest >:i,' y, . . . . 23 23 801,100 017 A 13ootle.. . North 18 al'rt's of lot 1. ; . 17 20 31 13 10 03 I 1
1 west of 11. U. . . . 28 21 35' 42 "V 27 H J TIIII 11. .. Iot 4, and vet 't of southwest "BJIlilliard. . .'. South 3i of lot 1, I'Jllt In Book
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+ Unknown. .*. Triangular piece in northeast .of SOlltlWIIHt . 27 2.1: 30 58 68 48 0. page) 7n: . . ? 20 2U 3i II 403 '
? corner of southwest U of 11 j 'J.'iflill. . Southeast 3;( of 4..V. U, Joh.n. Aspinwall' ". Lot 5, pint ''n look! 0, page 7.il. 20
west by 1',r east U of southwest 34 and ', . . . . . . : 21 20 37 11 1198
southwest 3 Abound .
B! K It . . :. . . . 28 21 35 U 1 81 southwest 14 of southwest 3a 86 23 :16 1/10/ 7 8:1: n 0 Creech ? . Houth.3:! acres of lot 10 plllt 1\

V. K S Smith.. . . Northwest cnrneroflot2sub- John A White" . Northeast M . ... . 12 23 :17' 100(; 4 061tI.TWllllu'r. )0 1 In Book (1 l, pages 4.1i and .117 21
V .. division of northeast, 3 4 of . Rontlr3'of ot3. . . 1:1: 23 37 10' I/O/ . . . . 28 26 87 41 !6 23 f.
x northeast 4f . . 29 21 35 ,2 1 00 Alice 31 Fish. Begin 14 /1-100/ chains east df John.. plnwal1.. : /South:: :a-3 of lot I, and of northeast .
Emma Wallace.., South 'W of lot IIJ! sllblllvll'llon' northwest corner of sE''tlon' I : 3, of northeast U. . .!, 2 ,20 31 62 632
enortIeastt4 '
JohnAeplnwnll. Aouth uif
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of northeast M. 20 21 3;; .IS. 3 01 20.l'ulIlouth I:! tll.WOchnlns, 2-3 northwest; U of ,
D L of of north east to EI'lIl1l1a HiveI' und northwest 33. .. ....,f. :: x23 .;20'37 26" '363 !
Alderman. Part northwest l ,
? Emil Zahnd. . South 2 I-a acres of north 12q ,.
northeast section/ ,
east and part of northeast to line and :
:4, described x'In : West 27 chains to 21) 2J of ,tot 2. . . ,; ; .28 20 37 2j. 2 4:1:
: ,
of W beginning. 37 ,
I \.< northwest ; ; 2" 8 09
J Deed> Rook G, page 322, 2!) 21 35 10. 7 00 :arrs'E V Itnll. . Lots8and4. . . . 31 23 37 71) 8 84 M E EJ\8ey. : . Lots a and 4; plat. of Stewprtls; : '
northeast .. Joseph' :' Lynn . Jot I SI1bt1IvI..lulI. of lot 2. 65 Iinest.ead..c) ... 33'E :
M E Coats . Lot 5, subdivision of 23: 37 10 1 r.o .
I K: of northeast >X . .'. 20! 21 :36 5 ,..243 A 1\10ady . North }& of Intl: . . . 'S5 2J: S7 20 41.17 F Eneo .. . : ... . .. .- ..V.b. ..34',20' '. 87 8 l.J.oati .
. Lot
r Emma Wallace ? North 4 acres west. of_ publlo ,. i Ii lllUorton. . South of lilt 3. and north 25 I 1:2.: plat of Stewart'sjhome.: : 't ,;
-V 'road' In soutnwest>4 ot norm* acres of lot (0 . . 35> 23 87 '45 758 .. stead . ",3.'J .
'
A A (Est of 3i .. . . . .1 ". !t. ., :U 20 87 10! 9 I JO
east J.4:. . . . . . 20 21 3:1': d 1 f 06JneksonvilleTampn ( DeJl'ranw ) South In northwest of -" A Lot : .
? I northeast 14, less triangular, Dennett-! '.' ..: northeast 33 of northeast. _

and Key WelOt hall piece east of public road and V OI..asol1 Brothers"t"y 3a.. less.north. IO.ftcl't, !$. ;:; .. ..' ,34'. 26,37 OS 4.. fJS

No th\Vest of nortltt'II8t)}( of triangular piece in southwest a : .
Company. 3'
WRY and '
Compllny. Undlvided :2.3 interest .3/1
In
1
''tl>. southwest 'i . . . . 20,21! 35 10. 2 40 corner) of northeast! U.'. . 10 21 80 20 3 VI AJ receiver a1L 27 27' / 640 13 00
R 11 Wallace (agent) Northeast 3i of southeast. 3(, 30 21 3$ 40 :2 20 :Mary A Dorian . Part lot :3 and south imrcof east Perry Brothers( ) l.lndlvlded. 3 3 lntereat'iA a1L:: 1 36 640 6 61GIl'ason /

II 'X Allen. . . West macres of east :25!(' acresofsouthwesttiofsoutheast3j 3f of southwest ...( . . 17 24 8(5( 2U 1381 and Company. Undivided 2-8 Interest
\ 32 21 3d 13 6 27 FllVeomitt . .. North ft of northeast l{, and .V III aU
J E Denoett. ;. Lots II, 7, subdivision of Gov. east k of northwest k. :. 19 21 8t( 100 4.14. .A Jrerry (receiver Undivided except east 1-3 3,; of southeast 7.( 2 27 30 !Sao 0 40

lot 2. . . . .. ::13 21 31S u.t 6 27 A S Brown . .. ? Lot 4, Dlxou'lubllivlsfon.. 20 ) interest In all,
Reny. Yonnlf (Est.) Tot 8, lIubdlvlfllon of novo lot 2 33 21Jj: 0 .i 07 . : . . . . 21 24 36 19 753 'Vm' McCabe . west except eRst of n/s of southeast- 27 36 MO 4 03:
tI 11 Strickland Part of block 1II'II'rlbl'd Ieed J O Kock . .. . Southwest 3i) of northeast 3 f, A,. northwest 3( and
west of southwest .Ji . 3 27 80 160 033
Hook 0 n, page 1\\1\\ nice's addition east of northwest", 3(, and i Gleason Brothers
,' i 'l'ltul1llIe . . . SJ: 21 35 1 URenj. ast % of southwest 3*-< 23 24 80 ICO Ii 67 and Undivided
, ","ounA' (Eflt.) Lot 1 and east 3:1: feet of lot !I. 34 21J.1: 68 45 00llenj. Wm Guenthner.. Southeast >', . . .. .. 26 236 160 0 10 Comparsy and<< :l.8 Interest In east
Concordia Land and. east 3y of west },. 3 27 30 480 7 13
' YOllngI( lIt.). North part of lot :2, not ern- > > AJ Ferry (receiver) Undivided 1-3: interest In east .
brae,'d in Coleman aeldltonto Improvement Association -
3%, and east 3" of west 3!,. 8 2.7 30 480 400
. . Southeast If of northwest M
'l'ltusvltleo, except 3i acre o
H Conover .. South J,6 lr tforthwest of
3
to X nrwood . ,. . . 3-i 21 35 7 6 81 and northeast }.( of south- northeast .
'VSN'orwood.; .. Fart of (]ov. lot 2. described westK, . : 20 2t 36 80 617 northeast U, south 3n of '
)eNI Jook 1E 211. 3& 21 35 1 !80I Wm Guenthner. .Sontbeast'3i of northwest 3S of :-- .&. and southeast3 4 27 30 2/10 8 29
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pnA'e i 'Vm McCabe . hots2aud '
4. . 0
27 36
J P Turner ... . Lot 5. except on north si southwest . . . 20 236 10 1 SO GIl'ason Brothers 13 ,1426
8tr1r. Wm Guenthner. South of lot 3 described .
i slllt, block n, .eman's addition part and Company Undivided 2-3 Interest In south
'l.ltulIVllle. . . 34 21 33 10 08 Deed Book K, page\ f>31 27 21 80 8 8 60 of
J Turner .. :; Iots .7.8.0.12.13\ block O. w II[ T Denton.. . Begin 400 feet north of southwest 3Q southeast 01 3f; of northeast .
t4, west! !3 southwest
ColemanteadditlonTitusville/ { 321 35 4 30 corner of lot 5, run I .."
of
M E of north 33 feet east to river }'q northeast 3i, north J" of
Norwood. Begin 10 feet north northeast of :
\ corner of block D, Cole- south' 83 feet and west to beginning north northwest3j northeast U of

man's addition to Titusville, . . . . 28 21 80 It 604 r J.01, southeast 3' I. .
n run north 75; feet, west 102: 'V J I1enIJer... . Begin 4UJ feet north of south southeast northeast 41, north 3s of
southeaott 3( 10 21. 36 4 23
feet, south 73 feet, east 102: west corner of lot 6, run \.T Perry (receiver) Undivided 1-3 interest! In south .. 100
feet . . . . . 31 21 35 4 21 north 80: feet, east to river, H of southeast! of "
M Norwood., .. .. Lots 4 and 3' block, Titus ad S south 33 feet and west to beginning east ; 01 north- .
ditfon'1'ltusvllle. . . 321 35 250 . . . . : ? .2321 36 U 504 of 53 northeast. west 3 j> north aouthweet3i .of ,

J II Vondy. ... .. All block 5, Titus addition<< to E .Kelluin.2OI . Begin 31X1 feet north northwest y 4 of ullrtheast'
I Titusville . . . . 34 21 35 .5 27 of southwest corner of lot 5, north 3; of southeast 3' 3.4 of, .
M E Norwood South of southwest . 10 21 30 80 384 i ItI
VV 4 fij Sr run north (07 J feet, east to southeast 1,.,(, and north 3 of
/ T N Decker .... East 36 of lot. 2, west W of lot S, river, south 07 feet and west p. northeast J..i of southt'ast 10 327

block Tltusvllle. . . 3 22 35 6 27 to beginning, . . . 28 24 80 2+ 730 Wm McCabe .. . ''' and south J' of loutt- 27 3t 100
I 'V.\ Ronald. .. Begin 85; feet east of southwest Fish. . . Northeast J Ji of southeast Vf, weetJ J. of Southeast
3( . 10 27'. 36 840 G 20
corner of lot 10, run east 2A northwest )! of Northeast jj, I Gleason :Brothers '

ft.'l't. north (H) feet west 23 and southeast >Y of northeast and Company South 3S of northwest of
,
feet, south 00 feet being part ,;.. : . . . .. . 30 2i 86. 120 474 northeast r.t, south X of :
of lots 8, 10, block }', Titus Wm, liindle.. ... .Northeast part of lot 31 DI on'. '' *> northeast % of southeast;4 ..'

ville . . . . .... 3 2:1: 35: 3 09 addition I Cocoa . . ,. 33 24 38 123 north >i of southwestI 3j Ul '
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE MAY 2, 1902. 3
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)wner. Description of Land Seo. T. R. A. Am". Owner Description of Land. See. T. R. A. Am't Owner Description( of Land :'yen T. R. A. Ain't.

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Southeast U. and south 34 ofsouther and north .Jot uf northeast tqof northwest y, west !,4 of

-- tL of southeast 7.(, southeast 3i .I. + . 33 27 3B 220 R 6Gleason southwest; "-j, south t..t of
-:- northeast t of northeast 34 Brotller8 northentt U of southwest *

north 3& of southeast .3' of E and Company Northeast 1.4 of northeast 44' south 3j or southeast, s-4 ut
northeast 74;, south 'of I south", tb of northw..t Jo..l or eeutllwvst tj., north Si of .
southwest] or northeast 3j. 10 27 .36 IGO lS (18 northeast 1,;(, north J.t. urlIortlu.'IIKt northwest \4-4 of southeast 44 ,

Brothers t4 of lIurthw".t 14, Olrlh"of" "southwest lJ of .

IInpany. .y.; An undivided 2-8 interest in south lot of nurthw.4 of southeast, U, and south I.... of \
'.. north 36 of southwest 1j of t. northwt'st4.. south ; ur southeast ?J4 of southeast, Iss.1 (3rlvj4: ( ..IO? ',:It''4a
.' j j s' northeast q, north 3 g of .. ::, f .o. ,-, southwest tj:i of J\orthw sI t l4. '.;, Olenson 1 Brothers w i ",
"l. .. northWest U. of northeast M. ;. .... '"" Jlorth J.+.i of suutheaS0,34" ( of and CO Jllumf.n undivided! 2-3 interest' In "

?' : ', South 3U of northeast 3j of 'I r northwest \.. swatl>:'t" nf \ I i south 'ijj of northeast \4 of

;:', northwest! 3j, south ot' -I"" ; I"'t' southwest I.j of northeast \i, :. i1i l northwest *$', south 4i of

;. Southeast! Vyofnorlhwest 3(. .,'.',. ?;t. ., i .; north 1.8 of lIouthl1'lI.&t' of I southeast 4-4 of northwest ti,
of \ r' \ northeast 80uth : 3 or d.t ".. north of northwest of
north 78 of Southwest! 3j ., t.j. ( 1B $4 \
;f '. northwest 1,..(, north 311 of t..:. ';." 1ortht'nllt t4:. of southeast ta. Seuuthwest .. northwest tf, south H of .

). .t. ;., tlorlhcast! t,: of southwest ; "'f'>: (1: '. south !36 of northeast,34' ur 1 1 northwest V4 of foul Invest (4.
t... .. South )'1 'of southwest 3j o1 !': t4. south oftIOUtheast south I Si of southwest *,( of
>
.;* .'f southeast 14. north 36 of 0'1. ...'' '" .. tj of southwest 14' S ,S, southwest 1 1.J' north I..v of '
southeast 1,4 of southeast 3;f, rand "\ north is 1 of southwest\, } "f southeasti: of northwest s '

..y.'\ north Iq; of northeast U \ a: southeast 3j, and south of '. 4 f north .I...) of northeast V&: of :'

J, :r,d of 80utht>lIst 3i.: .'. ;. ?., 11. '27' ,sa ;.180 7 73 southeast 3j of southeast 34. 327.:i 3t 280 t0. 0Gleason : 5 soutInvent in south! "Vj of ,' t
(receiver-c r ) undivided 1.3 Interest in .. ', Brothers J.t' )'; ," '1 ', -' ) nort Invest 14' of I'llulht'II''I.103 t { 7 27 i" MO() :3. 71:

Y I'/ ;': north J..z of sOlltll\'I'est' 3a of o t. and Company. .\nundivhlt,1( 1-:1: intfrt'Mt In / A J Perry (receiver) An un.livtdrl, 1-3: interest In ,\ 5' ,

:4k" (' "northt'l&st t4. north } of .' J'. ; south 3{ of southeast. 14 or r' S 55 south ln of northeast4 of .,' \'.:
''
'Ii .
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.,. northwest to of northeast M northeast t-i, north U of northwest\ 1sunth !Kof
<;', south t of northeast U.or 8outhwelltv.? of northeast/ 14'. southeast l. of northwest. *$',
1"(. "
.. northwest 3j, south 3u of ,,' north }\\I of northtveet'.4", of1S north tti.. It northwest tj: of .'

: :. 'southeast 1\ of northwest 'fa I oortht'IIMti, south ,.. of northwest 14, south '? of
;.jo f;;' north } of southwest o1 -. :' northeast : of northwest tj, ': northwest t'4 of southwe\ H'1(,

i" northwest ?4. north 'of i south 311 of lIouth..iI1f '34 uf rr. '\' south l* of southwest 1of.

,;: northeast 3j; of southwest fr.t I' f. + nortbeatst ;I,, north ;3g or ",: ;. southwest l.j(, north I ; of

",' .. south 3 oj..southwt'st 3q o1 .'. ., southwI.st 1,4 of northwest tj. southeast ty of northwest 4) .
;".," Southeast 1,4. north 40 of :'.: north Iii of northwest of north lj i>f northeast 'j: of ..

:: 8outhelt1lt 4' of southeast 3 '4 55 t' 1l0rthwt'Mt t4' southof southwest and south 4i. of
.(. ;bI'a' north 3j of northeast 3j of +I' 5. southwest ty of southeast t4 \ '" .. :' VCllenoon northwest Vj of southeast ty. 7 & 37 100/ .1 SO

.', ""; southellst 3a. . . . . 11 21 3a 180' 6 '0:; north !y. uf Juutlu"allt'! 3j 111 Brothers
Brothers southeast! ( tjnadnortheast l.i and Oonipanjr. South .b. of southeast 14 of
, ;. Northeast of northeast M1 '., .'. of t'ulltbt"t l1' . "oI,., ', 33 27 36 2,10 7 21 northeast *< north is ofonthwrt3jotnorih4nst '
.mpany. south 1y of northwest 3j or ;;;' .\.J Perry. (receiver) \u ullllivilled .::1 interest In. ... $' 3j? .'. \

f northeast 3;(, north of '. ". ', '. ennui \fa of lolllh..lHOt 'J. of north IB of southwest, 14 of "
rr. ,'" / of northwest M. 'I+4, ; ,";. ilOrt.h"IIt1t 1-4' north fIj of northwest *a', northenut 3j i.uf. ? ? :,S 5 :J" ;

,1', I northwcst4 of northwt'8t41? .. .,/r : 1I'UthWl'I: 1..i of northeast! t4. it 11I1tht'IIt.r.! 44 I, north .i, of ,
.- south 39 of southwest 3' or L,, north J" of nOl'thwl'sti tit .' J ,; northwest tt of soiiltienttGleason 1 t j. v' 1'1'
' ,', northwest 3(. north 3q of ;;, xlS t northeast 1'4' 8nuthSa( of ;,, south '.. of'northeast H of t I',

,;'": Southeast J.;j of northwest M! ? northeast t' of northwest \\.4'. ." ., .. "-.. southwest, (4.: north '\j of "

.c.:(" lout 3; of southwest 3j or. ..; south 3 of tlUUtl.ll'1I8t1 of v I '. .,' southeast! 14\ of southeastsouth 3j. (; '
.
,'.:"J northeast 7!, north 3y i! of .. northwest tj, not'\h t'),. of '. ly Ilf southwest' I. of '
..' southeast : of northeast 'S 5 southwest h of Jlorthwetlt4', sootheastLMolth4nst, 1.; ot IS', 55 r ,'S .,1

.' 't', south 7..! of northeast 3j o1a' I ,'", .. north 3Y of lIorthwt}, h of 55. southwest *4.: . . .7.27 '' 37 2'JO':!( -42
,i ', southeast lj, South 36 of .. :' northwest!' xj, south : Jbof > .'. Brothers /I".' ". \ '',.UW..
f.i'l t.' southeast 3t of Southeast 3a 1 IQUthWl'st t S1 of l1)lIthea"t! 1,4'. and Company) undivided :2-8 interest iu :
,
: .'
1.: north 3a of Southwest U 01 ''' 1 north 15 o 1I01\thellst 4 ot Ani i southeast \$ Ii427\ 37 !'t o I 8 84

southeast t/; northwest 3j: of southeast l'i andnorthenst, : / Isjofsoutheasttj. A J Perry (receiver) east'b ivided 1-3: Interest In' ,

southeast !-:(, south 3s of .' ,. .. . .-. . 31 27 at! 220 501Olesson east &(0 southciist t( ? Ij.: ::17' 37 80 ..t'm' ;

northeast r : of southwest 3'a, I 'v Brothers ', Wlllfffflns . South 1O acres! of southeast, V4:

.-,1'' southeast of southwest M1< and COllll1l1l1y. Northeast, 3;; of northeast' l. of uorthenst\ 1.\ . 8 ::17 31' 10 ::1 42
south 4a of Southwest 3j 01 55 south 311 or northwest' tIt John Asplnwnll. Part lots I nnd n0041 :2, described .'

southwest u. and northwest I rlorthl'ust' north of Deed Book 11 I I. pare Id;) . 0 27.31 3F. ,,2 42

3 4 of southwest 3.. . . 11 27. 30( .420' .12 00Brothprs 1\ortht'lIt1t\ I.of: 1I0\.thwl'st 4j, sNOnth Gleason Ilrothors >
36 of northwt'lit J.tlf and Company. ,. Lot 1. . . . ? 10( 27' 3T tJ: ::1 15
IInpany ;: An undivided 2-3 interest in :.' I northwest t4';{. northlQ; of Gleason llrutliers 't'I
? north 3 and north H of southeast u of northeast 1.1'. ,.. and Company.( An undivided :2-3 Interest' iu,

Southeast. k' of Southwest 12 27 36' 340. ,.4.42'y : south .N of southvvestof' .. Wt'lltt' of southenxt, If,' and ; .
(receiver)' An undivided l-J: Interest fn ," southeast 1,..(. north :!s tlf West northwest' tj.\ 11 87 37 ,1110( "*5' 80\

'" north tl! nnd north H of' I ; !southeaast' 1\ of northwest tj: $' ", ', 1 A J Perry (rwelver! ) An undivided, : Interest lu 5 '5 5 '
: 80utht'a"t4 of southwest 3. 12 27' 36 340. 2 50( southfI or sotdhwet3j of ... tUI ISIS west's' o* southeast ,14 And l
bothers northwest J.4'. 8cu1'h) J6 of west ''g. ..flll\'lhwt'"t\ "'.t. . U 27 :37 U10l3!( : 28
Southeast Y.( north 'of south- I 1'\ .. JlUI.tllI'lIi"t t4 of southwest '1. .\ \ Sand
IIl1pany. ... .. (1'ensun Hrothl
,
west 3j, north 7I of south ... I northwest tof southwest tj: Cotnpsu Lnt" and 2. . 11 I 17 3T l'll 1 09..
west 3' of Southwest 3j, and. south .I tk or scuthenst hIf: JuhllIoplnwnll.. Northeast l( -ollthl'lIfllt 14, '

south'of. southeast 3j of soul hensttjandn.rlh Ju Ilf i .xcept south0'herr( '' $. lL :Ii 31 :H .:3 5:1:
southwest 3j;( . . . .... 12 27 sa 280" II 8:1: 1 southwest' .1.4: of southeast tj.\ :U 27 :III 280 ? 4iOIt'Ron : Chll14. joI1IIYl'u. North t or lot II, and excess ''Ill

,. Urotheril ,'t '. ., west MYde . '. 11 :.I7:1i': 20 I 'lIt 50I
Brothers undivided 2.3 interest In' anti COIll111\IIY. \n undivided I.a Interest In 1'11)111 h lIP "r Jut n and excess on
,
llI1pany. An east ::1-t . . . . 13 27 311 80 II 110'y all undivided . . : .':,. . 3.i: ; 27' 86 6.l0 718lJ ... 1\:I ((1llenon.( west .$1414 . . . 11 27 :37. M :.1'113
Perry (receiver,/ ) JII i 1.3 Interest. In ) U 21 3T 10 1 '17s
uudivhlt'd 1-3 interest In ]\ 1'r.wkw.ul.\ .. rotl . '
An hay "
(,receiver) east 3-... . . :. . . a 27 IIG 480 2 D8 all . ;. . ..tO;'" ..11.27 36'' fI.lO 3 82Ilenson : II r..l'ln\.oltl.. ", Northwest lj; . . .12 27 37 Iio 10'20Ilenson
Brothers ,;. f
Brothers interest In '. anti Company Au IIIIIUvldl'll 2.:1: Interest;, In (J BI'UUu'rK, East tn'of southeast }(, IIIHI .

IInpl&ny. ? An nil undlvlded..2-3. ., . . . . ; U. 27 311 6-JO 7 18'y all . . .1-3' ,Interest'w: . 36. 27 36. dUO 7 18 anti UUlIaIIY. 11\rtl'lIot( lj of northetast3j? lJ: 27' 37 110': 1 7 73Mury'VlI..CIIII"II"

interest In ,, tJl'erry (receiver) All undivided In Xnrth aJ: IlI'rl'14 of lot 1. . HIi: 117 :sa 11, liS.
undivided J-3
(receiver) An' all . . . :.: 3J( 27. 30 (1/n\ 382I '
.
all . . . . : ... U 27 30 640 3 82 ? ,0 John AIfIIillwlIlI. J.nb V ruin Y. pillt nt .\lpl" .
\ ] n Brown . Lot 2. . . . ..1 :.-;. .:. . 1 27 37 25 2 (55IDBrown I; Nail d IIl.rlhl.111.I1.l... Book X .4 4 S\
bothers . . North 3u of suhtheastofuorthea.t ( \ t 062
2-3 111tl"rel't in 7CI.; ) II iT 3j :
An undivided 2 20 2 42S8Coyer. )page ? .
X 27 37
npany . ,
all . . . . . . 21 27 316} 6JO 88&'y 3j. 5 ", 55 s oho \I'Ilnwnll. Lnt hfllilltl north hy lilt.'. lit '
1-3 interest. in .\ . . North 34 of so(0thwest U of \HI'IIIW&II, south hy rUIIII ;"J

(receiver) An all undiyllied. . . . . .. . 21 27. 3/1/ 640 4 05 1I0rllwilst ISIS,of IIflll 110rthWl'IIt north 311 1 of 2 27 37 40 II 02111Brown 3 U.UCI] r1uah, ? wide, fort h .' ,
southeasttj and Mouth and West hy rlvt'r. Ii.t'f.: 4 13alellHnn
Brothers Interest In . .. South I:; ). or southwest 3j or ,
undivided 2-3
,Impany. .Au southeast, . . a 27 37 20 j 16:1Y Brotheraand
3j.; .
;J
nortliJ1. . 23 27 36 320 4 12'y Company J.ntlll1l1l1d 1l: block A. i nutallle
, An undivided 1-3 interest In Warner . .. West 3 of southwest: h or . . . Ifl 27 :11: 815Ildmsnn
receiver) 37 20 2 42
( 2: 27
north 34 . . . ". 23 27 SG .820 2 20{ sOlltht'n8ti' S Drothlr
H I.ockwood. West % ot east 1 j of southwest .il lit)
May and ,Ail\ block (1 VIIUOlllJlft 16 27 31 :
VOlllt""IY. '
, rothersnpany . All south 1-6, except south 3j of .. J4 of southeast 44: I. 2 'YT. 37 10 1 GOUHOIIl1 ,.; Utlh.IIIJII. . 'AII "'Olilltll(" I'lIrk, F.auini1511> 10 27' 37 4 (t3AY \:

) SOUtllll1t1t 3j tlf southwest 3;! .. tead. . North IH'rl'lIof northerut. H Knapp . I.u" 13:!, RIIII 11. block I 1>11111'tllll"
of nortllwe"t l-.i, less west 19 H 50I7
and north 3v of southeast n ( / III 27' 3T
of southwest 34& . . . 21 27 30 280 5 wBrother8 of northwest J..i of northeast 1'1 Jlnrhour I. .'. \U blerk b. F.lllltlIIUIt; 1)I :.11 3T ::10 41
.. : . :2 27 37 20 30:1:
3jof; J\rthwt'st. .Tohu "Ilnwnll Lot u. block :20! Finn (Hnlllt III 27 37 -I (IJH :

. . . . . \2t' 27 36' 320 5 20 Gleason) Brothers interest- A llIkt.1.. . Lot 11. blut'k :I }:I1I1(1I1I1It! 16 27 ::17 1 86o

ol\1pany.. 'KQrthl.1.\ . . . . 2t i 21 iO 320 4 110sman. and Company An undivided 2-3 In A Oibbrs (agent)). Out h.t".1". nlII12.t'xl'el.tG nl.'r11
iJDlI&n. q. 30 320 4 00 west 34 f of northwest Jf: west3S FnuUIIIIIII.: . 10 27 37 'n a 531tuIlat4S :
. North )J" . ',' . . . 2. .27 of Houlhwent ,l, lUll aoulh- to H. n., .

, Brothers east 3a of Hoiithwest \$ . > 2, 27 37 200) 10 00 .: Lot 21, hlUl'k 4. IIl1h.llvlslnll If .
An unlllvhled 2.3 Interest In A J Perry (receiver: ) An undivided 1.3 interest In out loh". 21: 2J, 21: : Finn: OI&llIt' 10 27 37 '2 15Snvage

npany.. south y! . . 25 27' 30 1.120 I 5 00ry west >, of northwest >( west H . . .S Lot :27. block 4, snbdivllon .f.
interest .In' : out Intlt :II, ll: : :m. 1'11111 (11111' 10 27 37 1 110Titll14l1nteM. ,
(receiver) \11 undivided 1-3 ?i of southwest l:(, and southeast tl 4
< south 3fj. . . . 23 21 36. 3'20. 2 08 > of southwest V. '. 2 27 37 200 5 63Glenson : . . Lot :m. block 21, aU IIII\'hn of
Brothers 4 out lots 11:! :22!: 2:1: flan' Gnlfs 16 27. 37 11\0\
Brothers
I .. An utllUvltlel1 .2-:1: interest in Company. An IInlllvll1t'1i 2.3:) Intl'rest III Savnge. . Lot 12, block :21/: "lIbllvllltln, of ,
'ompany. v.. nod west 311 ot ? ; 12i ,6 G2 out lots :21. 21: 2:1.: I'JIIII/nill./ 10 27 37' 3, 15
northwest lots l,2: and 3. , :3 27 37 >
southwest; ;; Jr. . . :. . 20 27 30 2403 58 A J Perry (receiver) An' uudtvided, I.J: IlItrel'lt' In BSplller, . Lot 2. IlnIlHtr/ll' lullllllOlJ to .
0' 11'4:1:
(receiver:! ) An undivided 1-3: Interest in lots 1, L: and 3. '" ; .... 3 27 37 12t 3 GI: En110nllle! IH 2'1 87 ;
ry northwest! bL, and went }' of James Long, . Port lot 1, deycrabed Deed'}loukn Many foI (filbert .Lot 4, fltU8toll'lI addition to
: ,
.. . ... 20 27 30 240 217 '. EIIII n/LIII. . :11: 27 37 1 0 3:1:
southwest! lj . page 21. . . .,. ? r G 27. 37 12 40)!) "
East > of southwestta. . 20 27 3180\ 1 85 Gleason Brothers 0.HbbFl (agent)., Lot 13, IlousGnt''" nllIltlllll foEpaOallIP
nsman. .. .. a . 21 21,37 2 7 71
of northeast Qt southeast Interest Inwest' . .
\n ufllllvhJ11 2.3
enburg... West fa and Company. ,
Ii of northeast );, and l.of northwest J nod (Ilenson Brotht'r8
'. east }i of northwest > . ,. 27 27 36"' 200 3 8:1: Southeast 1-4 of northwest G 27 87 120 (1 J D2 and Cornpnuy. Southwest J. except: 111/.1/. )1Intu..h ,,- 009Glensorl
I.t Tllttl" IIlItl Jlunstoo 17 27' 37 Ift:! :
i, Brothers A J Perry (receiver. ) An undivided 1":1 Interest II 55 1
(' An undivided 2-3 interest in west of northwest yt alldBouthenst Brllthl'rlf
'ompany.. ., northwest U. . . . 28 27 36 100 2 72 3j of northwest: 'j. b 27 37.1. O : 3 83 and Company, \n undivided w.a Interest In
1-3 interest in : v \' \ northcnst i4 UIIII north of
ry(receiver)) An undivided 27 30 vlCO 1 89 Gleason Brothers 111 27 37 240 403AJPerry )
northwest 74 . . .. . 28 undivided 24 Interest In c 55 nurthwest34'
and Company.n : 1.J: Interest, In l lnorthNnlft
? (receiver) An IIIt'IIvlll"1(
i Brothers southeast .' .y south J1 of nort/lt'lutJ./ j of'r; A Star; r //I rill north I.j of '
.. Northeast 3j(, east Jof northwest 3j 80utb of _.. 37 2&1f( & 30
iompany. of northwest it nortirwod4 . . 1l 27 -
T .. ki, north Jj !Jouthl'lut Y.i of northwest tj' ... -'.; ; '.1' ,
y of southeast 3j, north 55 north or southwest; uf (Jlenson Brothers .
3s j" 47
./
:North 3 of southeast lj south
south and
of southwest !i:( of '. 'I Company' '
of .
S \ northwest Y4, north .'
": of y I.. j 16 01 northwest 4j. a nil III/rth-
northwest J-4 I .
: east }.(, and . . . . 2827 30 ..320.670I northwest 34 of northwest 3j. east 3j of southwest 3j. . 181': 37 2(10 I 0 70
southwest J4 )
of southeast or "
,_ :; oJ' < north 3y 4 'VIII 1tnPBCl1 . :Northwest' of northwest ly(;. III 27 37&O ; 2 1:1: ;
; 4 .
Brothers.. 5 'S lIouthwf'"t J. north ; of \ .
.
'
in JtrotllersandCornpauy
.. An undivided 23 interest northeast 3j of ilollth't'IOt4' 4" r Reason
Company. > of w sSy 4 . An undivided 2.a interest In
y''' t "V south northeast',. of ft,southeast north 3s 4 of. ,.' .. :' ': t $south outhenst'and 3s or northwest tooth 3j 30 of 1." S'" South . . . . HI 21.:17: 3W II 62AJ +

southwest 3j; of northeast J4, I of J l'l'rry (receiver) J\n 1111"1./1. 1.3 Interest InI
= southwest 4 ontht'B"t y' ,
north 311 of northwest U. of n I" I north of.(: southeast orOlltbeUlt j south 3,( . . HI 21 31 8:10: :3 53G :

f' : northeast ;, south 3j of S i t i. anti north 3'3. of C Boynton . Southeast ty'? . :!O 27 ::17 11111 IS 0'.1"

'" y:;. .': northeast tj of northwest M, ".5 northeast 1or snot least >' '0 27 37 200 0 43: John Alplnwall. fart lot 2. t'.crlhtIILJrt'll. Hook .
of '" undividedI\ fn t N 107 21 27 37 8. 11 Oft
southeast
of ,
'11-1" south -3: A J Perry (receiver) An 1.3 Interest! lot I "
5\" S northwest %, north 3s of ( r sOllth h of northeast of John ,\lpIBWIl.IJ, Part 2: sal of Southwest Jf S '
<> ,.. southwest *4 of northwest M, e: : ," northwe'.t south ( of' nf nortl1..n"t tj: deserlbeUved
: S J..4'
I \ .A>' r S. n 27 37 7t II 02S :
of northwest 3j of of (Honk U, T't\ICt':1I: . .
"' : north 10 .5 southeast 1.1 northwest 3j ..
northwest %, north J..$ of 5 north 3s of southwest .Jor! 0 Gleason .. . alltof'Rrt! of south'. of northwest .
'r. of southwest Y.i, 55 3j I . 21 27 37 n II 32
55 northeast I northwest 4' north Jo! of '
'.: ..: .;'. south H of southwest 3j of \ northwest 1.i of northwest S: (i Gleason.. .. . West 1 \\II.lhO acres of southwest .
of 1 northwest. 3j and
north >4 3j 01 ,
I' southeast ta: north Ii of southeast 01 ,', t,
,
s southeast *sj of of southeast northeast yy n! .... '". > ... outhwttIt y. north of .,, ;.'' part 3j of .'south. .}s. of. .northwest . -. 21 27. 31 liTI 0 f 70S

.. "i'ti'" '_. ', and of southeast north !f W>.i . . 5 33ryrecever 27 36. 220 .'', 7 81 louth northeast 34 of Ij.vf: ; northwest southwest" 311:3j of. ., .. It B/lrnl/ ,, .. Lot 2. . . . 2'J 27 37 10 IS 09Jame' :

) An undivided f-3 I interest ID yv1' ": southeast, la, looth..u:; ofsuuthwest3 ,. Long, .... Lots 1 and ::1., anal exerts In
tr. Indian HJvl.'r not shows on
: south L3 of J southeastnortheast north' 3s 3'a of of ,.,' ,( north of of southeast*lItbtoast>> V. 3-4'or ,; i' (lovernnunt plat . . 2-J 2T )1: 181S 17 75WOJlarfiell.

j northeast, 3a, southeast 3r 1. and north it of 5 ', . South 3j of lot -1.-I: '2T 31 10 :'t 23
southwest VJ
of Snortheast and !'Ikern :Northwest Sj southeast 3j. 2& 21 37 40 IS 07Jeu
;' ,, ,I' north Jj of northwest Ji northeast '4 of Southeast 3j. 6 27 37 200" 1 0.j Shernwell

:". : northeast, W*i of, northwest south 34 fa of I.'. Gleason and Company.Brother. North )' uf northeast j llJ'"J 801lth-- ." ( e Teale. .and. IICPutnam. south 15aeretoflot :I . : 27 27 37 15 30lea80n s

of southeast 34 of west 34 J of nortbras J $outh Brothers
south li ,
..j 4 northrsouthwest 34 of of southeast K of /iortli- .. and Campaol.. An undivided 2.3 Interest hi k
%
::i' northwest :, west U ofwuthwest 3j. . 21'4' 27 3'J 80 .3 28 '
Ji', ,
+. J4" of northwest t east >i, north U of north. interest ,
ullllhleled In
r receiver .An 1.3 ,
of A3 Perry ( )
. ss. north K of northwest of \ 5,. 5. I east U of northwest K: ...... west 3lr of southwest 3i(? .2)3 21 37 ,.80 1 85lileaoon
,t' northwest ) north >4 south >4 of northwest Ji of .
'r: '
; : 0'' southwest Kt northwest & north of ... { Brothe" .
> Jof }4 l'
.
,
; northeast of \ ,, and Compan1. .An undivided 2-8 Intl.'rPIIC In : t
.l. south >g of southwest W, i; ." southeast % of( northwest >(, ;. . 21) 27 37 0&:30 U 41
allesceptnortheast34. 5 5ll
",,'v if:!::; southeast 3i, north ; of 55 5 5 south % of soujhwent U oft '<' .- J' ....r S .
)" southeast 4 of 'southeast 3 4, / '.1, '

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, MAY, 2, 1902.

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: Owner. Description of Land. Seo T. R. A. Am't.A..7 Owner Description of Land. Seo:T. R. Aj Ain't. Owner" Description of Land. Sec T. R. d

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Perry; (receiver) An undivided. 1-3 Interest) In A 0 Russell... .... Northwest3a" north K of north- less 2 acres In southeast corner
all. except northeasli . 20 27 3T 480 7 43Gleason east U, southwest Ji of . . . . . . 0 340(\ 10
Brothers northeast W, north }$ of Unknown.".. .. .. l"ot'lI, block B, Fort Pierce . 10 33 40
f :;aDd Company An undivided 2-J Interellli In 'southwest! *{, and southwest Unknown. .. .. .. Lot S, re-subdivision block 3S,
all . . . . 30 27 '8T 640 13 SO K of southwest M . . 13 .81' 33 400 1288 Fort Pierce . . 10 M 40
Perry.recelver) An undivided 1-3 interest In A O Russell.. .. ... Southeast *a of northeast U. D L Alderman..... Lots 8 and 9, block 0, Fort
all . . . . . .. 30 27 37 640 6 88 and southeast . . . 14 31 8") 200 0 32 Pierce. . . . . . 10 83 40
Gleason Brothers Unknown. .. .. .. Southeast ii ofsouthwest15 31 88 40 185 DLAlderman.r.> Lots 10, 11 and 12, re-subdi
and Company. An undivided 2-3 Interest In Unknown. .. .. ... Northwest\ of northwest j 15 81 38 40 185 vision block H, Fort :fierce. 10 M 40
all . . . . . . 81 27 37 640 13 30 A 0 Bu8 ell.. . .. South U of north %, and north Unknown. ,. ... Lot 4, block X, Fort Pierce. ? 10 M 40
AJPerry (receiver) Au undivided 1.8 Interest In '/ U ofsoutit36. . .'. . --10 31 38 318 798 Unknown . . I.ot5blockXFortPierce. 10 M 40
all . . . . . .. ... 31 27 37 .,640 6 88 A 0 Russell .. .... South % of north 34, and north Unknown . . Lot 6, block X, Fort Pierce 10 33 40
Ieuon Hrotl1erft K of south J hi. . . . 20 31 S3 318 708 C 0 Olmstead. . Lot 1, block 2, Carlton addition
[ + ADd COII1IJany. An undivided 2-3 Interest In A 0 Russell. . .. Lots 2 and 3. southwest 34 of to Fort Pierce. . 10 35' 40)
r all . . . 32 2T 87 640 13 80AJPorry.receiver northwest M, and north % of Mrs O A O'Brien., Lob 2, block 2, Carlton's addition
) .. ( ) An undivided 1.3 interesinall south 1B . . . . :. 21 31 38" 270 7 87 to Fort Pierce ; . 10 35 40
. . . . . :. 82 27 37 640 6 88 Mrs: James Morrow. Northwest of northeast 22 31 38 40 160 D Alderman... .. Lots 9 and 10, block Carleton's
.cleat" Brothers i A 0 Kussell .. .., Northeast 34 of northeast >a, addition to Fort Pierce. . 10 33 40
aiidCaupany. All undivided 2.3 interest In SM of northeast Maud fractional Foster Merrldeth. Lots 4 and 6. block 7., Carl ton's
Rveat 36. and west 35 of 80uth. northwest 34. . . 22 31 38 278 7 37 addition to Fort Pierce.10 :JG 40
".-...11 u . 0 0 0 33 n -27. 37-' 400 m 0- 70. A 0 Russell. ... .. .. North. ) of northeast 34 and 00 Olmstead ... All, except lots 7 and 10( block
.,1J1'erry: (receiver. ) Ar undivided :.interest 1n .. southwest 3 of northeast 34. 23 81 as 120 3 46 15, Cl1rlton'l addition to Fort
) west 35. and west 3( of southenst3j. George )[ Phillips. Northwest! of northwest U. 23 31 S8 40' 2 15 Pierce . . . . . 1(0 35 40
. . . . .. 33 27 3T 400 3 83 A 0 kU"8ell."' .. ... / of northwest 34. 23 31 S8 .40( 1 36 o 0 Slmstead . ? Lot 7. 8, 9. and 10, block 16
JKMartin. .. . Lots 1 and 2. . . . 30 27 38 60 602a J D Crabb ... .. ... 7 acres In southeast corner of Oarlton's addition to Fort
U l'owell. . Lots I. 4, 7,8. 1/.11/ block 11, southwest 3 of southwest 34, Pleroe. . . . ". . 10 35 40
Melbourne . . . 2 28 3T 9 10 described Deed Book Y. page a A Keen. . . South % of east 34 of 4 acre
PI"" PowellLots Band 6. block 11. Mel- 100 . . . . . 23 31 38' 7 1 81 square In southeast corner of
bourne. : .. 2 28 87 9 10 C 0 Warren. .. .. North 35 (northeast 34. . 263188 80 226 south of Jot 2 . . . 10 SIS 40 I
SYGibbs . . T.otli.block 11Melbourn8... 2 2S 37 165 Dan Northwest U of northeast 3g 36 31 38 40 1 60 ULennard. .. . Lot. beck B,. Andrew's and
John Chandler. . Lot Ii block l2Metbourne. . :2 I 28 8T 490 LA Challen. ; .. .. Southeast 34, plat of lemming Ulchard' addition at Fort
', Cynthia A Ball Lots I0 and 11, block 12, Mel- Orant. . . . . 1 80( 88 100 8(32( Pierce . . . . . 103o'S.tO 1
bourne. . . . . . 3 28 37 tL10GIl ChasM: : Downing Southwest Sg, plat of Flem- J Tyler (Estate). All lots 3 and 4, west of R. U.
: Powell. . Lots l, 4, lit B 7, 10. and, 11, ming Grallt . . . ? 1 SO 38 160 010 subdivision of lot 4.. . ._ 10 30'S 40 1
s block 16, fel ourne. . . \2 H1tLlnnell. . Lots 7, S. 12 to 29 .inclusive, Daisy Horton .. North 1.3 of east 35 of lot 9subdivton
I . . . . . .82837 662on plat of )t'lemmlng'.Grant. . 10 30 8S 100 6 62 of lot4. . . 10 36. 40 Ii
l'owell. . Lots 2, 3. II, 8, 0 10 11 12' And F l Allen.. .. Lot 3. subdlv1810n of tot 8. plat WJHlldreth . South 1-3 of lot 12, and all lot 13
13, block 16 Aielbonrne .. 2 28- 87 'T 71 \ of ofFlemmln Orant. . . 20 30 38 Ii 285FIIAIIen. subdivision of lot 4. . . 10. 83 40 6
( 1) F U Wilkes. . Lot 14, block 16. Melbourne 2 28 37 1 85GII .. . Lot 6 subdivision of lot 3, 'I Wm Frank. . .. North 92-100 chains of south '
Powell. . .. Lots 1 and G. block 18, 1\lel- Flemming Grant . . 20 80 83 Ii. 2 811. 735 chains oflot 1. . . 14 30'S 40 2
L bourne. . . . . 2 28 37 4 084II J M Turner. ... .. Lots 12, 18.14. la, 16. 17, 18. 221 S n 1ones... . North of lot 1. . . 15 3lI 40 2J
Powell. . Lots, 0, 12 and 13. block If). subdivision:, of lot a, plat >S 1m Frank . . North 3 62.100 chains of south
l\-Ielbournt . . .'. . 2 ,' :)lemming Grant. . . 20 30 3S 74 12 28Fla ) 7 chains of lot" . .-. . IG 35 40( 8
. . . . . . .. 3 28 31. 11 60 Allen ; .. Lot II, sllblllvision of Allen and ThOlt Y. lIalmes... Lot 4, subdivision of lot8. 2U 83 40 IJ
G,11 Owell. . Lots 1. 3, 4, IS, T, 8 and 9. block I Jerome's 200 acre tract south Cruttenden and "
20, Melbourne. . . ... 3 28 31. 0 82:< of north fork of Hebastlan .. '. 9ard... ? . South /50 acres of Jot 5, except:
:airs: 0 11 McBride Lot 2, and north 30 feet of lot 4. .4h River, plat. of :'tl"mmlng an undivided 35 Interest paid
h block 23. Melbourne. . . 2 28 37 0,10 Grant . . . . . 87 by W. U. Cruttenden. . 2tJ 8iJ 40 21So
It 41J; Hector (Estate) South 35 of lot 1. block 24", Mel- : . . . . . . . 12 30 $8' OJ Gwilin. . South 2536 acres of southwest
bourne. . 2 28 37 10 50i . 19 81..30 ,05 7 82 U of southwest U. . .. 28 35 40 21So
XI'8l''Martfn.' Lot' 11" block 24, Melbourne. 2 28 37' 1&ll..Joncs. \ FHAllcn . . 213 acres unplattt'd trUet 'In .F Donahue . . East J-I of north 33 acrel' oft
.7( . :. .. VestySt orlotlS, and all lot 7 fork of river, plat'of FIl'II1' "i}, th t 28 35: 40 11
block 26 Melbourne . . 8 28 87 \. 10 110Unknown. ming Grant . . . . 10 A Plo (Estate)... Ee st 3 5 of eortheast U .. 8:1: 8S 40 IO!
'f' . . Lot1''block 28, Melbourne S 28 3T 1 81SMr ; : . . . . . . 22 30( 8821. 24G Cruttenden and
u 0 E WilUan1s. Lot 8 block 31, Melbourne 3 28 3T 6 O'J F U Allen. . . All, except Jots, 04, (15 J (GO, 67, ': Card. . . East 35 of northeast except
Rv Louisa J Henley Lot d lying east of lot B. block 68 oa, 04, 00, 06, plat of 1"11'11I'" an undivided 3a' Interest paid
48, Melbourne . . . 3 28 37 7 71 ming{ Orant. . . . . 2a 30 3S 595 17 73FUAllen by W. H. Cruttenden . 35 30'S 40 37
11 A paldlng. ? Lot D, lying east of lot 4. subdivision ... .. Lots'l to 111, 23to 87, 45; 46, Crutitenden and
+ of northwest 3< of plat of Flemming Orant. . 28 30 38 180 (0 I 00 Oarll.. eo. Lot 1exeept an undivided 35
southeast Y. . ? ? a 213 37 II II 23 F'Il Allell.) . ... .AU. except lots 14 to 18, OG to, l"terell5paid by W. 11. OruGtenden. -
W 11Ietoalt. .. . Lot O. block 48, Melbourne 3 28 37 6 02 09, .as, 126,127, 12z. plat of . . . . . 36 35 40 6!
; David .M urray. . Part of southeast } of southeast I Flemming Ora lit . . 38. o H I. Chandler southWl' a of northeast 3a. 24 3a 3/i/ 40
desoribed heed Book . . 29 30'. 39 1 570 17 22 Chas M Hart. . Southeast of southwest . l8 86 37 40
A A, page 40( . . . . 8 28 31 U 2 411 ''J II Benson (Estate) North 6 acres of 'lot 'I 1, east of I.eslley and :Morgan: Southwest of southwest 34. 28. 36 31 40(
0- Harrying, . . Part of southeast 3g of southeast n. U. . . . . . 0 81 31) 6 4 93H Chas :M: Hart. . Northeast ofnorthwest.j 33 86 31 40
U, described Deed Book ] B Howard. :. South 40 acres of lots 3 and 4, l.essey and Morgan Northwest [(I of northwest 38.86 31 40
Y.page U-I. .3. . 28 3T' U. 2 45a west of R. 1t.; except 5 acres (1 0 Olm8tead . Southeast 3g of southeast 29 36 38 40
./! .J.Hlppard... ? Part 01 southeast 0' 80uth. to Braddock and 1 acres to Carl Leufsted . West 10 acsee of northeast of
'' east 3g, desoribedbeed. Book Hall in lot 4, and 10 acres to southwest 3i. 33640 10
I, page T1 . . S 28 37 /3' 243 Hunter . .. . . . 0 31. 3' .. 231. 1000 Mrs C H Books, Lots 22 and 2.T.: block 0, re-sub-
"tvP'Ddbose. .. . Part of southwest U of south. Wm 0 Braddock, Par" lots 3 and 4, described division of White City 4 30 40
east U, and part of southeast Deed Bood HH, page 07 . 6 31 'SO 1J 2 15 MJ' LUtle.' .. . Lot 24, block 9, re-subdivision
3'a of southeast 3j. . 3 28 87 T U 28 A O Russell ,.. . :Part lot 6 between\ .Florida East White City . . ._ 4 36 40
-'}..Vm.YanScbaick.. .. AU south 35 of southwest U, r Coast Railway and A. O. Mrs C H Rooks Lots 10 and 11. block 30reub-
north of Crane Jreek. . 8 28 31 25 9 10 Russell's R. n. ,'. . . 6 31 8010 003: division White City . . 4 30 40
l J6attleBBell: . Southwest 3j of 4 28 37 40 268Adanoy A O Russell..Northwest corner of lot 7. . 0 31 SOX 101 JTVJnzant. . Lot 18, block 3P, re-subdivision
B Carter,? South 35 of northeast 5'. . 9 28 37 80 4 00 II :Benson (Estate).. Lot 8. : . . . ... . 7 31' 30 40( 6 OfCruttenden White City . . . . 4 36 40
L 4 T.oulsa J Henley.. North i' of southeast,7.\ . 9 28 31 80 463 and WJ Kirby . . Lots 8 and 1)) block 40, re-sub
1BWGoode. '", . Lot 8; block II, t'Joutll Mel Card ... .. Lots 2, 8 and 8,. except an undivided division of White City 4 30 40
bourne. . . . . . 11 28 37 3 1 69:3t M interest paid by JT Gray .. . Lot 15, block 65, re-subdiviiion _
I W oode. . Lot 12:< block J, South 1\lel. W., H, Crutttenden . . 10 81 3956. 070 White City. . . 4 30 40
bourne. . . . . . 11 28 3T .2 1 47 Cruttenden and .. Phil Ulendorf. . Lots I 0 and 10 Mock 87, re-eub-
Uoae,AfLewis . Southeast, Ji of southwest X. 11 2S 3T 40 602 Card. . .. Lots 3, 4, 8 and 9, except an un division White City . ., 4 80 40
( 117 E Adams. . .. South )5 of northeast 3 y of divided %' I interest, paid by 0 A :Flower . Lot 7, block 73, n-subcllvlsion
southeast 34) and south 35 of W. H. Cruttenden. . . 15 31 3973\ 8 31 White City. 4 36 40
southeast Y4. . . lIS 28 37 100 9 40 II Benson (Estate).. Lot 6. . . . . . 21 31 39. 40 497 A Pio (Estate)', . Lots 13 to 18. Inclusive, block
t, JHo1lle'E Hopson.. All lots 2 and 3, and south 34. James E Dodge.. North K of lots 10 and 11, ex- 73. re-subdivision White City 4 36 40
I tying south and east of Turkey cept north 1\\ acres of lot 10. 26 81 39 83 7 71 : R Peterson . . Lots 8 and 0, block 75, resub-
d '. creek, except lots 1 and LCavender . . North/ 8 acres of lot 10. . '. 20 31 80 0 8 2 1:1: division White City. 4 30 40
of Hopson'liI lubdlvltJlon and John A Farwell. Southwest:! X of lot 4 . . 2H 31 89 10 lli9 L Jensen ... ... Lots 8, 0, 17 aDd 13, or all block
,} 'Iland to Howell . . . ;' 2-1 28 3T 120 30'S 04 John A Farwell. Southeast U. of northwest; 3,. 33 31 39 40( 4 06 78, re-siibdtvlsion White City 4 36 40
h "'w D fierce . . Northwest 34' of northeast 34 ofciouthwest ( Geo W Keith.." . South:! ) M 'ofloutbwest . 83 81 8U 80 408AOltusseM Mrs C II Rooks Out lots 4and IS, re-subdivision
". . . . 2B 28 37 10 3 53 . . ,A11\ except section 10 . . 82 36 22400 87 48 White City . 4 80 40 10
Florida Coast Line A 0 Russell . All, except north % of north- :Mrs! C II Rooks . North 5 acres of southeast !I4,
.Canal: and Trans west J,. northwest M of of northeast !34 and south 5
1 portatlon Coinpony.. northeast ll section 14, and acres of northeast 34 of. northeast -
+ Northwest 3g of southwest )!. :J6 8 37 40 2 45 all section 16. . . . 32: 3T W180 87 41 . . . . . .. 8 '86 40 10
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.uoore and Cammtnge. A JTangeinan.. Southeast i$ southeast 34. 3 32 8I> 40 4 117 Mrs 0 11 Hooks . South 6 acres of northwest M
Part lots 1 and 2, described Ida B Weir.. . South >Q of southeast 1+ of of northwest }(, and north j 5
Deed ,Hood W, page :208! . 6 28 38 5 2 45Grace northwest Sj{ . ... . . 3:12:10: : 20 301 acres of southwest >4 of southwest
V Goode. . West U chains 01 south of AJTangenmn: ... Northeast Ji of southwest 34. 3 Si: 3\1! 40 4 1)7) /with land abutting on ,
'. Iota 4, and 5, and 5 acres In J A Sexton.. . .. South >6 of southwest 3;, ex east south river . 9 311 40 15-
lot 0. . . . . . 0 28 38 11 6 23I3rthel cept1acre in southeast corner Mrs CII Hook . North f of > of northwest .
: AdanuJ. . Lot 5 of novo lot s. . . 6:8 38 10 6 O'J'VIrginia . . . . .8 82 8l 70 10 OH ;4 of southwest 34. . 10 36 '40 10 2
Miller! South II acres of north 18 acres Z. Cavender . North >B of southwest 3gnorthwest John J Britt.;. . South 10 acres of northwest >i
of lot ]0. . . . 6 28 38 9 10 50aJVGillis K of southeast 3j, and of southwest . . .. 10 36 40 10 2
. . Mouth 8acresoflot. 10. . . U 28 88 8 60: southwest 7.f. of northeast 3.4' 4 32 3!) 1(10( 10 08 Cruttenden' and
:Hr; 0 A M\ Phillip!!! Lot O block 11. Graves plat of E S Nauman. .. . North 78 of southwest *4 of ., Card, . . . South 25 acres of north >, of
Melbourne{ Beach,, . . '7 28 38 1 31 northeast . ... . 14 :.12 3 .20 301 lot 2, except an undivided 35
John 8plnwaU.. Lot 2. . . . . . 2U l8 88:I 11 68 Wm Brown . South )" of southeast H. . .. 23: 8.4 8i! 80 407 interest paid by W. H. Crut
John; As inwall. : Lot 1. . . . . 21 28 38 7 41 I D H Weir. ... West *4 of northwest 3j, and tenden . . . . . 12 86 40 12i 7
John I) OottOIl. . Lots G, II, 7,8 and 0 I. block 0; north H of southwest ki, ex- % O II Edwards . Southeast K of southeast 3T. 16 88 40 40/
lots 5, U, 7, 8 and II, block II, I o(*pb west )5 I of northwest % EJC Pratt (widow). Part lot 2, described Deed Boot
} lots 7. 8, 0,10 and 11. block I, '. southwest. H . . 23: 82. 3fr 1JO: 6 4a Part page ; . . 18 36 41 20 8
1 lot!!! 1,2, and 3, block J, lots Wm Brown . Month >' of southwest 1$. . 2S: Si 8\1!) 80 384 T A Tauman . ? lot 2, d3eecribed Deed BookE
1,2 and a. block K, lots 1, 2. J A Sexton ... . East tf northwest 3b . 0 25 83: 811 80 9 48 page 404 . . . . lR liB 41 24 10
a, 4, 5, al\1I 6. block I., plat In' Samuel Walker . North % of northwest 3a. . : 2; 3J: 3M80 3 84 D F Ankeny . .. North 6 acre of lot 8. . . 18 3tl.1 5 5
t Deed Book X. page 13J.: . 2O( A 0 Espy . . Southwest ):f. . . .. . 213:1: '3n! 100 7 23 Saeger Bros.aeger . . Lot 6, subdivision of lot 1. . 19 3'1' 41 16 0
. . . . . . 21 Samuel. Walker'. North J 35 of northeast }&' . 27 Si: alt! SO 3 84 > Bros. .: North 33: acres of lot :2.: 10 86 41 32: 2.1
. . . .0. . 282838 31i U08 Mary E Jennings North & of soiith f!'..*t 3 i of E M Saylor. . . Part lot 2, described Deed)3ookR : .
1 IDS Carter. . . All bloc'ke D, E, and F. plat In j northeast ** . . . . ,11 83 3U 20 106 page 80 and W SOU . II) 3tJ 41 15 20
1, Book X, page 733 . . ... 20 .T W.. Rptiva.. . .m. South 14 of northeast li of W H Kllpatrick. North 41 acres of lot 1 . 21) 36 oil 41 13 !
j . . . . . . 21. northeast 3S. . . 7' 13 as 80 2U :9 I 11L C B Gifford . . :fart of south 35 of lot 1, des-
. . . . IS 28 38 10 23 01CVlimes E Barnes . . Northeast Ya' of northeast y. 24 3J 3)N 40 2 71 crlbed Deed Book 1Vpage 188 29 36 41 7 7
. . North oflot2: . 33 21'4:18' : 21 002 Hobt Morrow (Es$.) Lola ..( and 5. . ... . 7 3a 40 7:1: 4 97 W H Kllpatrick Northealll Sj of northeast' 3T,
47 Hines. .. . 35 I acre'f north part of lot.1 34 28 88 1, 73 Wm McCabe. . .. Lot S". . . .. .. ... . . ti 83 40 20 143J. and north 10 acres ot southeast -
LX: Brainnard.. I South: 35 of northwest Sj north- ..E Barnes .. South U of lot I and 2, lots 8, 3 of northeast 3 . SO 3a' 41 50 10 ,'
cast' 3j of southwest J. less 4,1\\ and 6. and southwest 3j. 18 3.1 4.00 870 23 33 o B GiBord . Part ot southeast 34 of north-

y 16J' acres . . . . 8 29 38 00 0 40FMDutcher L E Barnes . North 35, east 35 of southwest east 3' . . . . . 30 36 41 5, 8J +
. South 10acresof. northeast U M, and southeast 34. . . 10 8.1 40 640 21 84 T Waters . . North 10 acres of south 35 of
of southwest ij. . . 8 20 38 10 3 53 James Marsh. .. Lot 5. . 21 sa 40( 40 434I. lot 2. .. . . . . . 32 36II 10 12
j n l\larlah E11I0 North part ot northwest! of .. E Barnes . South M acres of northeast M.. Unknown 0 . All 1Il1tchlnson's hand] except
northeast 3j, north h of Goat and east 3a ot southeast 7.f.. 81 33 40( 184 7 53 undivided interest of 8.8
,((1 Crl't'k. . . . 17 20 38 20 6 aJ: L E Barnes . ... South 3:{ 01 lot 1, low 2 and 3, acres paid by Lewis antI
+'$ :::G Cecil . ?: South part of northwest .J.4' of and southwest J.:4: of southwest Everett . . . . ; . 36 41 1186 21 :
a3 northeast 3j, South of Goat 3j . . . . 32 33" 40( 122 10 08 E C B Tyndall. . ,, Lot 1\. . . . . . 2:2: 31 40 34 .1
.. Cret.k. . . . 17 20 3/01/ 20 1123A Win Iol\n. . . East 8 acres of northwest i of ECBTyndall. . Lot 5. . . . . : 2:1: 37 40 1J: 1 .
.I: Cecil . . . North L of "ollth 29 southwest 3d(, and northeast Henry 'hlpple. East '' of northeast ;' . . 27 37 40 80 3 :'
l1ort'8 ofsoutli t J...( of north. M ofsouthwest J.:4.: . . 11 SJ M 46 2 19 J 0 to'rlnk . . Northeast ;i of northwest 3.i.
east 34, north 80 acres of Dan Sloan. . . North.g or .1 acre tract In and northeast 6 acres of
+ r c nurtheast3$ of southeast 3', southwest corner or northwest northwest :' of northwest 3-1 21 37 40 45 2: 0.W ;
'4 north 3r.:& of north .ll of Mouth 34 olscmthwettt 3j' . 11 34 33 2 300Marton 1 lIt'n. . . North part lot 8. describes
i9 of southwest 4' of north. A Patrick Deed Book 8, page :2n0. . 2 37.u 11 271H (
11.!. '. east J.i. south 2.1 Peres of ,'. (Tru8tt'e) Northeast 3t of southeast 3 a 3 & 40 40 2 11 }J Johnsol1 . North 3n of south5, of lot 4. :I 37 oil 10 201
'i .r' northwest tj of IItJlltht'a..t 34.: Mary Jo: Jennings Southwest tj.! of southeast/ : 34 S140 40 J 1 30MaryB John Mlllt'r. . :lJi acres In southen..t corner of
and south I acre 01 northeast. Jl'nnlngs WestU 01 northeast\ L: . . 2U ::140 80 0& on'VluAl1derlton. "'betT r/rof northeast 34. deecrl .
33 nf lIolltht'uli4" . . 17 29 3S' 111 11 50t ... l.otl..xl.t'ptlnndtoJlrltt. :. 2:1:14: : 40 10 1311'VmAnderson. ( Book W, page 101)I II 37 41 21 3 (M'
''IC.'agerstrom.: North\ ac'rt'll or south 10 acresofuortheast ... Lot 2, racept Innd to Rritt. . 2t1 ::14 40. 6:1: ::171J Hampton and
t ohouthead ).( 17 20\ 38 0 2 1SJosvphl3rfsuohetrs }) Cartt'r. . . Lots 2 and 13, IIIllbclivhdon of Taylor . . 2,3andS. . . . 13 87 41 75 4'; 1
( ) ( .a-lt, 3j. 17 :W 3.'i 1040 'S O.Adl'l Jots 1 sad.. U, suutht'not; yyand II A Curtllls. . Nor h tV of south ly of touch.
ltasnaunsen North 10aereiof northwetItsouthwest : 31 northeast l. ot southwest! 44. 2S :11 40 23; 10 08 west 3I 01 northwest4'4. . 22 37 41 10 Ii a t
( 14 . . 21 20 ::18 10 I S51sv.n E J RU88el1 . fart ot southeast .(. described 1\' E McClinton . Part of block S, 12sI40;;: feet In .
)k'Onll. .. . ..,. Lot ... . . . 2'i: :0!! :98 40 6 0:1: Deed lll'luk I. page ":>::1. . 28 It 40 4 127 northeast corner of town plat
11> Fish. . . 1..ttf. . .. . 36 20! Sri 60 1020oU Mary k Jennings East J' or lIortht'118t 34 . . :.!O0&\' 40 80 2 71 ofJenllen. . . . . n 31 41 0& II
: A .Jhlsl4ell. . ,\\1.\ eseept 'I.tion 111. . : :111:16: 22100 12511: J 11( Jlt'ndrlck l... Lot 3. . . . . TI,) 3\1 40 1 4:1: -- -. -
..1 b'roscher. . . North is uf enst t, ut Jut 3. : :J :10 ::11'1' 1J: 2 1:1: J 11 lIt'ndri.k. . Xorthwt"st ; or northeast 3". 20 8S; 36 40 1 23D : [Continued on Page 11))
I 'r.J Kenney Huth' uf east 'sty of lot 3. ::1 ;10) 111'' 11: 4 0:1tarlfa.reot : \Iclerman.... Southwest tq of southeast 3j. 13 3. 87.0. fI :28Wn : ____ __
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+ : .M FtM'l.' o. . 1.ot4 8 and I . 20 t40 80 \\11) tf !NO11Takson. J S Bell\. . . '. l'arC'lot' I. bound north by '1'oylorrrf't"k.l".t THE ADVOCATE
. . North r.tClfitCJut.hI7: 17 sores by Indian River JOB PRINTING OFFICEPrints
8 I61I of lot 1. . . . 28 30 80 6 1 !85! And youth by A. ]tell . . :3 8J 40 2 ;a 41
; Russell: . .\11. except: section 10.! . :31 80 11241)0 lost 2\1 Lillian I alH'... Part: lot 2. dewetlbtd Deed Btioki
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: .A 0 Russell . All except ct'ctlun III . al R. 23400 11)1) 29d ( 0, poste l-i\! . ... . :3 3v: 40( II 1 1 50 all kInds Stationery, Wedding Stationery, Cards, Bill, Et .
,1 .ItlhJllell .. OUUI"IL..t 4 of northeast' ", Ceo Saunders . l'arll.clt.! ::1, described Deed Book Letter Heads, Note Head, Envelopes
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of General Interest. -Miss Camella Ilentz of City Point _Mrs. J ()bt. L. :Motlow and children 5th )
id Topic -Senator E. N. Dlmlok and family Special Sulc.l\1onday.: May The AB>VOCATB I la now on file at .1
was in town a day or so this week. have returned here after a pleasant visit the best hotels In New York city. a
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to Mrs. C. B. Whltaker, of Cocoa.Mr. : at J. It. Walker .
THE ADVOCATE, -Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson, of LaGrange Where to stop In Tltusville? See TUtusvUte 'ry
Fischer' cottage
-For rent In Tltusville
$150( per annum -. In advance ; were among those who spent of eight,rooms. 2 Frank E. Bond, of the BondLumber following Invito/i, your attention hotel ad on oar 11th page. !'
six months, .. May Day ,t Cocoa.HANCOCK'S Co., was passenger ollyeAter.; and Inspection: > Y
$1.00 an. to foreign (countries) SULPHUR County Commissioner John C. Jones,, da,'* northbound train, eo route home Apron Check Ginghams Amoakeag. at Where to stop along/ the East Coast
LIQUID cures
$2.00
per
of Klondike to town on Wed from Miami. 0 See list of hotels on page 11.
came cent yard.
up per
subscribe for the ADVOrt 'all blond and skin dleea ell. For sale byJ.
(When by you the.year It does not cost ;you B.Screven! druggist Titusvlll-j, Fla. ne dl\Y. -States Attorney J. IX Beggs. left for Figured I>yarn a lovely pattern price Th Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle.ha* I j n l-'I'
Included -Mr. T. F. Williams of Daytona, was Miami yesterday to get things In readiness 20 cents per at 1&QeD I.. been doing quite a flourishing business. 7
ree ceata per weeks postage -Mr. W. H. McFarland, of this place the pleasant callers at this office for the opening of Dade circuit court SaUeens;black and in oulora; the 23 this week. '
among/
Vote date of expiration printed uponar has Just sold about a carload of tents to quality for 111'3 cents. '
paper or wrapper every week. ThU Mr, John B. Stetson, for his place at De- on Wednesday, Monday t Broderie Noire, handsome patterns I :Manager J. J. Wilkinson, of llotelRlvervlew. ,;'J'

receipt for your money. No need Land. -Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman Allan who -Mr. and Mr. W. T. Wells, who have cheap at :IO cents per yard; at this sate Merrltt, Kin I la at Hawk's ,';''ti I I II

raato lend receipt for subscription.edate meeting spent the winter at Rockledge, ate at; booeD at their winter residence 1\1 Mel- only 31 cents. I Park taking. a little rest after busy' 1' "

, gives It to you.' -There will' be a regular / of Goodall, hauling In the finny tribe. bourne, all the season passed through Shirt Wnlstlng Flannels I.s, good and ser winter season. ,I I ,.
No. 11 Eastern Star
THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on Friendship Chapter Tltusville, yescerriav,, on' their way to viceable price .i.>cents the yard; we oJtor Mr. II. G. Marvin front clerk at Hotel I '
at their Chapter-room, Titusville, on -M.. L. C. Sohuyler, of Brooklyn,
five Bolton Landing, N, Y. for the summer. them at :III .
news-stands at cents.
'eat' the following Ormond Ormond Fla., the post season, i
o'clock. arrived
Tuesday evening next at 7:30 N. Y., has home after a pleasant j oJ
ati per copy : visit of a few months at Canaveral.Mr. -Capt. Fred Sooble left here Thursday Dra"'erll-Meo' Bleached Jeans. price will open his summer hotel, Soo Nip VI t. ,
l'ItusvlllD. K.; Wilson & Son Take note of the cbaote'of! ad. forMarx last for Canaveral, where he attend. 33 cent; only ail cents Lodge Lake Sunapee, N II., on June 1. :, a ;,j
J. B. Soreven. Bros., Jacksonville\ on our 9th J. R. ?Mlott county commissioner ed A dance at the home of Mrs. :K. J. Ladles Hose. -Lace'lisle thread, cheap s
Jacksonville II val hotel page. 'J'hlsll a well known and reliable from the third district, oan> up from Bums. He reports an enjoyable time, at on/ cents the pair. You may have them i Col. C. O Post, manager of the Charendon :t tI .1

News stand, Union depot commission house and our Florida read. Indianola, Wednesday, for a short stay. and was accompanied home by Mr. Robs for 4.1 osn tA. I Inn Seobreeaol'ia., say he will : l'' : J
the tndard
Blue Ribbon keep his table up to this
eVs would do well to read the ad. Sowing/ ht'blnes-Th. ,
-Mr. Nolce Bristol, who has been Burns, on Tuesday.: drop bend, well worth tJOOI:! for (lll.&O. summer so that nobody can complain '!
TReading notice ads. are ten centsr -Mr. Robert C. Ileaton, a well known spending the winter at Rookledge will -There was ano'her' called meeting of Chairs-Set of six, cane seat, for fft.75. of a want of variety In tho food. 'i 1
line this member of Canaveral Club has now goneto leave for his home at Hillsdale,. N, Y., No. 11 Eastern Star for
on page. Friendship Chapter Spi'Ings-full size, all wire, yours Mrs. R. C. Sorlmgoour' housekeeper at
Mass. where be will next week
. Perkins Sanford cleans clothes.* Beverly Farms at the ohnpter-room. Tliusvlller last evening only $..1.Nursery. the Indian River hotel, aO this place has
am with his wife. Mr.
spend the summer -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Welch, of to discuss matter. of Interest In Chairs-Children's, worth at resigned: her position the same to take h
i RENT-Two fish houses on dock at I and Mrs. Ileaton spent the winter at the Boston, who have ,been spending the connection with the opening/ a Chapter leant $1.0, for ".1\: effect on the ath. Instant Mrs. Horlmgoour j

tort Fierce, Enquire of P. P. Cobb.Mr. I Royal Poluolana Palm Beach I winter on their plaoe on Banana River, at Fort I'tercet etc. CI'lbs-Chlld': White Enamel worth will return to her home on Hopkins .." ,.'. I

- E. L. Brady left here, Sunday, I Mr. A. It. Gladwin, after enjoying a ; left for home ;yesterday. --Mr. and !Mrs. D. A. Blodgett and Cl>.00( )| for $0.60. itreet, Tltuivllle, but may go north II

look after his Interests In the thriving few weeks' visit with his brother Mr. S. : -Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Ballou, Jr., family have closed their winter borne at Oamp Chairs-Sold close at$1.00 only later 1 I 'j
,
,ro ot Miami.If I N. Gladwln.of thin place, left for homeat who were married at Til I man, Wednesday Daytona; und gone to. Grand Rapids, 71)New cents Homo at this and sale.Standard Sewing Machines Mr. L. W. Maxon, who was one of the t
Shei borne, N. Y., on Monday.Vhlle I Mich. for the Mrs Blodgelt 1 1
here the summer. ,
first-class IIsed the Palm
mornlng'p through
In'Deed of a Cash cashiers at Royal Polnolana
- you are here be caught about two hundred from S 18.00 >to ttlfi.OO, or
the children visited! her sister at
,mber, read the ad. of James A. Flood of trout bass and other flsh. same afternoon en route to Baltimore (and ) Installments. Beach the past winter. Announce the, ,1
our 12th page. pounds Md. Atlanta on the way to Grand Rapid Uwanta Hammock-A happy combination opening, on June 2.5th, of the Kent House' :' j, I

J.' Gaines of Leesbure' -The heaviest man 'that has ever reg. ':Mr. E. II Mace and bit mother. who -Mr. and :Mrs. Geo. deG. Hohuyler of a chair and swing, worth tl.UOt; at Lakewood N. Y., on Lake Clmutauqua. ;\ I
-Judge B. ; steied at the Indian River hotel Titus- have been spending the best part of the and family of Canaveral passed through yours far I'D\ cent. Mr Mrtxon Also has charge the II. '

I Attorney R. II. Seymour callers at, of this KlsstraD office ville, was W. ,W. Graham, a Jovial-look- winter In Daytona, have left for their Tltusvlllo, yesterday, .on their way to We are agents for Henry Boson it Co.*. Waldmere at this resort ,,11:(

Tuesday.CI, were .pleasant lug/ cotnmeactal traveler from Kentucky and : home In New York. Mr. II. B. :Mace Suwanee Tenn., for .the i urumer.. Mr. wall papers. Complete line of samplesto Mr. O. D. Senvey of Magnolia Springs "{, t

who arrived In town on Tuesday and: Mr. B. F. Dell will soon follow. All Sobayltr bus gone to Suwanee to study select from 'Hanger's complete outfit hotel. Magnolia Springs, Flit., ha issued ( I .I i j
ult Court this week was the stopped over until the next day. He medicine In of the boat colleges In who understands
- are well known In Tltusville. one and mad to hang It a handsomely engraved/ announcement It
,ne of bringing quite a lot of people ton tipped the scales'at 410H>s. the south. the business. Give us a trial. to the effect that! tbe new hotel Aspln- ,

, and our hotel and boarding houses -Mrs. William M. Merwin and Miss -Dr. Geo. E. mil, of Indianola; and -How about that gymnasium fund Continental Tailoring Co' made to order wall, at J.onox :Mass, In the Berkshire .I

e well patronized. Gillette, who have been spending the :Mr. M. S. Same, of of Courtenay In, after With the excellent start; already' made clothing; large line of samples to select Hills, will be formerly opened to the t
spending a couple days or so town
SOme of the-friends of County Cqm- winter at Rockledge left for their north left for Daytona Wednesday for a short Interest should not be allowed to die. from. Fit and workmanship guar public on the 28th day of May :\ : :

aioner J. F. Bell, of White City are ern homer on Wednesday. (They were stay. Mr. Sams and daughter will leave We hear of one, who Is somewhat of an anteed. Let us make you R suit. 100. Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine, under
lone to see him retain his seat on the accompanied by Mr. a.ndMr.'IL' D. Mer- athlete who Is willing to assist In the 12 yards Fruit Loom Bleaching
for the Charleston Exposition next and tbe management of Mr. JOB, P. Greaves\ ,
orders .
Mall promptly careful/
rd. Read the announcement on our win, of Eden, who expect to return to week. Instruction, when the house U'butlt .and closed Its doors yesterday after one of
three weeks. filled. Satisfaction) guaranteed.
Indian River In two or j
page. equipped.! Yours to .serve the most successful seasons on reoord.
-Major and Mrs F. M. Taylor South I
Among the lawyers In town thisk -Mrs. P. J.: Brannlng and daughter Titusvtlle,' gave a small but enjoyable, -Mlss Sylvia Morton, daughter of Mr J. B, WALKKIi Co.l'IWIsyille Manager Greaves will( soon leaf tor tbe ;

were: J. D. Beggs Hugh-. Mao- Miss Grace, who have been enjoying a social party at their residence on Wednesday and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton of tbe Hamilton Fla. Oriental hotel I, Manhattan Beach to get
.me, R. XT. Seymour Wrn. Hunter, visit of a fortnight or so with Mr. and evening, when oards and vocal hotel, 43th street New York who It In readiness for the summer; while i
S.I Phillips H. B. Stevens O. K. liars Mrs. C. L. Brannlng and Mr. and Mrs. and Instrumental music whiled away the bad been visiting her uncle and aunt Chief Clerk A. H. Looml will\ go to New ; '
Metcalf W. S. Branning, of this place, left, Sat A PLEASANT SOCIAL ,PARTY. York this week and booking of
W. I. H. M Thrasher time until neatly 11 o'olonk. Ice cream, :Mr. and Mrs. George deG. Schuyler, of open
'a. E. Wilson.Mr. urday last for Oak Bill, on a short visit cake and candy were furnished the Canaveral.. ever since last October, lett flee at 4Ui Broadway, In connection with.

and Mrs. Alfred Cox, formerly with friends. From there they wentto For home on Sunday, much pleased with Mr. and Mrs L. O. Brannlng, of Titusvlllc the Oriental hotel.
their home at Green Cove Springs
I den are still raiding at Ceiba Mo- :I guests.Rev., L. F. Illndry of Palm Beach her sojourn south. pave; a very enjoyable party at their Manager> T. W. MoCrenry of tile Hotel

, Cuba, where, the ADVOCATES goes! -In consequence of tie. rush of work was. among Tuesday's northbound Sooble A Hughes Is tIle name of a residence, on Washington avenue, on Vlotory,> Tut-In Bay Island, Ohio, who
,ilarly every week. Mr. Cox likes to Into this office l during the past two weeks en route to the John Hopkins passengers new Wholesale Fruit, Vegetable and l<'rlll\y'evenlnle. in honor of Mr. Bran I la favorably known to many along tho
> In touch with his old East Coast or so, our staff has been very busily en- University Baltimore where he will Produce Commission house which hits nine's mother and sitter, Mis. P. J East Coast of Florida has. Issued a booklet

ids. /(( We have been unable to fill all study various, phases of theology for lust been established at Norfolk Va. Brmnnlng and Miss, Grace Brannlng. of. In the Interest of that hotel wlilolt Is

of job printing/ orders as quickly usual about six weeks. He ,,11tben\ return to The members of the /Irra me TUusvllle's Greun Cove Springs. During the evenIng quite| out of the common. The book )'a' ,t"
!SIr F. A. Morgan Tltusville was comrIfttedI1nd whiles
but the delinquent tax list Is PaI l3eitcb. well known residents, Mr. Ueo W. Sooble the time was pleasantly away intended to bo funny from cover to oovor
the conclave
n Thursday, attending to-day so now our down- with music and several games, Including
published ud Rev. J. A. Hughes. A letter from aud every page contain one or more
he Knights Templar. lie was ac- river patrons will soon be In possessionof --Ex President- Grover Cleveland who Mr. Hughes; states that tl.elr business bean bug, kiNA the picture, etc., and several Joke duly Illustrated, many of them relating
,panted by his wife and little son their Job work. has been enjoying himself for several olceiy started and tins excellent prospects prlzos were awarded the successful to life at the Hotel Victory., Copies t9
y were the guests of Captain C. L. weeks at through contestant' After the awarding of tbe
passed ladltclded
, -Amonglndian River people who Hshlng Stuart for success. Their business Is, located of this booklet which unique
,.tb News while In the city.-'Daytona Gaz- were guests of the Indian River hotel Tltusville Tuesday en route north. In ar, 10J: Commercial: Place. Their r.rlzell. Ice cream and cake were present; In It. way, may be obtained free.

this week were : John II. Same, M. S. conversation with an ADVOOATR: representative many friends 1'ltullvllle-lboludln// the \ -- .- .-. t I, l;
large number of down river Mr. Cleveland said bill visit to wlsli them abundance of Among those present were: Mrs P.
-Quite a Sams: J. D. Same and E. M. Whaler. of ADVOCATE- an '
pie were callers at this office during!: A. C. Dlttmar, O. F. Olm- the East Coast bad been a pleasant one, SUCC08S. J. llrannlng, Miss lutes Brnnnlng. Dr,Er GOOD ROADS MEETING. 'i
Courtenay; ?
and lIe and Mrs. Cleveland hoped to be E. Rollins, Mr. H. W. Reynold( Mr\ .
week, and many of them plankedn stead J. (*. Coats Fort Pierce; C. F. Bran- -
their $1.50 for another yeai's sub- on Indian River next! winter. Wright Mr. and Mm. Winston B.
'V. II. H. Gloa on.C.J. Young,
Lansing, Married ot Mlms Miss 0811Sl1 Hall CUhfnt the Third Comm4ie4on-:
nina Miss AllneJtrndy, To the of
'ptlon to the ADVOCATE; while sever.. Eau Gallle; A. Z. Dixon E. C. Johnson, -Mrs. C. A. Chappotln, of Rochester, Ml. Emma Wifirht Miss Patsy. Brady At I

,.tided their names to our fast-tnoreaa. A. Dyal, Wm. M. Moore' Coons; W. H. N. Y,, who has just returned home with "quiet'" home wedding took place at Miss* Grace 'R..ed; ,and Messrs.. 11;. I.. I.,'., DMrlet _

subscription list. Cresson, Fred II. Black, City Point; Q. her husband after spending the winter the home of !Mr. and Mrs John Coward Hr*<*v, B. D) PrltormM Chas. II Walton Theta. will b* held Melbourne( on J1

-Mr*. Chas. B. Jefferson, daughter- S. Hnrdee Rockledge; Geo. E. Hill In at :Nassau slid all the resorts along the lIt .Mlma, Fla., on Wednesday" evening W. Ii. >Jon"*. I).1'4. Porter, Ernest Van riiur 'iuy, the 8th day of May At 1 tfM

, when their daughter, lnudingh.,m. R. E. Mtmi, Jr. F. W, 'I p. m. a mass meeting of citizens of thisdistrict
lerson, after spending a few weeks -Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati hat und she has not the courage/ to go; Miss Ave Coward wan merited to Mr. Matthew' T. K. Ramsey, J. E. Pcndle- I la the Interest of god road A '

h her mother, Ormond, has gonG 0., who have been spending the out. stops at home to enjoy the furnace James D. Knnls, of Stuart "Kla. Rev, A. tort, B. Mood and tIe host and hostess Invitation, Is extended to all, to f
few York. When M rs. Jefferson arid winter very pleasantly at their new winter flre. We are quite satisfied with the M. Dllt lger 1,11101..1 Oil. Only a few friends who are t.. be Otlnllrl\lul..ttd> .upon tbd moms and talk good roads, where. needed,, I

, at Ormond from Hobe Sound, ebe residence at Hobe Sound, were 'passengers delightful weather we are having on the and relatives. being present, Mr. and<< success of this pleasant social function, and bow to make them. Come, and t ,
ad her mother quite ill, and took her on Saturday northbound train, ttasi!: Coast and do dot need a flie. Mrs. Ennl left, Thursday, for tbelr question your commissioner. Find out -., l

,bt. Augustine, to be treated by Dr. ..n route to their home In CincinnatI. t..Vfe acknowledge. receipt of some future home at) Stuart, am d the congratulations A T.u.t"bl ....pr....'. what he has done with your money
.*. Worl y, who was not long In mak- i'hey were accompanied by M ra Holder's photographs of Rajah Lodge the countryhome and bunt wiebes of their what he Is doing with. It, and what he,
her strong enough to allow of her re- charming young sister Miss Snyder, and! of Congressman and Mrs. William many friends.! Intend to do with It. I.unrn how we v4

o f to Ormond., they reported a most enjoyable time on ''Jr, A id rich, of Aldrich Ala., one of the The Southern! Express Company ha AID to Imlld good road, during the coming 4

--Mr, James Gresbam, of Brooklyn, lobe Sound the past winter-especially mOAt superb residences In the south.Aloo .. Young Orange Grove for Hale. had Miami an and express Jacksonville. train running day/ between during year and wbeie the money Is to 't
Solders houseboat several views of every come from to pay fur them.
Y, hii been engaged this week on board Mr. : palatial picturesque' scenery three weeks It makes
In the neighborhood of Aldrlch. Referring Brevard the past or sass If yon cannot come try to:>> send someone
of the Buckeye. of
demotstrating the practicability In the smith part county trains
the
the same time an passenger la place. hle I hoped time we' 1
I inning the glaring white stone street -Miss Ida R. Bates, a former popular to the palmetto palm recently abutting the Florida East Coast; Railway and wo placed on this run In order to will have your a crowded meeting, for all arecordlallylnvlrl'l
Aldrlch Ala. from Tltl.lnllle.by /
Miami fiona their present color to a teacher In TItusville's public school laseiAilng shipped to a 2-year ollllrov&, consisting/ (xXt trees facilitate the movement of the tomato bill
hogany brown. The material used I I..* another year' subscription to Capt. E. II Rice, Congressman Aid- In ftra -olMA condition-300 oranges, ICograpefruit and bean In Dade and Brevard to present. I
this office "We I crops Jt, A. CosKl.rso! ,
rich, In a letter to says: and 100
tie which 100 tangerine
of Iron, Florida product the ADVOCATE, says she is Just recovering oranges counties In addition to the above express Commissioner)
urged with minerals, spread on the from a long, siege of typhoid fever, have the pulmettoes carefully planted kumqnats.: Located In Sec. 6, Tp. 34, R. train the Florida East Coast Rail) .County
around Lodge our home and '---'- ---'- -
"tets and saturated with water, which with which she was attacked after recovering -, Rajah 40. If you wane nice young grove, this way I Is sendingout three or four through
us the lock, making It more restfulhe from an Illness of two moutha'duration have every reason to hope they will live. will\ suit you. Prices for next; ( O days, freight: trains week. A Cheap. Indian Jtfver Home.

eye. Only a small portion of the of la !grippe. !Shots: residing We hope to have the pleasure of again M.50000.: C. T. MoO-iirr, The pineapple crop will soon commence \ i

'et has been treated as yet, but If It la Champaign III., and says she now: meeting/ the above Jovial party on theE.ut "J..' ., Ankona, Fla. to move, and It will\ be enormous
's I all |t In hoped for, more will be soited. realizes the fact that there I III no place Coast next winter. --- --- this summer. Prosperous time are This. place consists of 18>i acre >(

.-,..Tropical Sun. like Indian River to keep In good health ,' t- A Record' Ilrcukcr.The again In sore for the people of the East. mile\ north of }'ol" Plaroe Fouracrw tare
Bates Indian Oard tier's Florida. cleared And fenced, ftiul then are
> RENT_Two fish houses on dock at and strength. ills! many Flyers. Coast of
she ifl.tMM' bearing pineapple plant on the
learn
to
friends will be pleased -
ort; Pierce Enquire of P. P. Cobb. River has recovered her health. Ladles' White Sailor, ?5c, $1 l, .1:ftO. month of April has broken all place. 'l'hereare' 2'!$ acre ready to set

Galvanized Foot Tubs, 4"els. records In my lumber business. ; OiU: orders CHURCH NOTICES. In orange/ treed and pineapples Th,

Draying.lrayingorbaaliugof O..ollno Moves ., . ..43.83: $:*: (f. having, : being repelved' and 544 having remaining nine rsl.lfooll, I pineapple ', '

Just Kccelved. I)xle Canopies,.. ,W SO; others, .I. been Ill led. ervlcea'at the Methodist church, Tltusville land and a portion of It good for tree. e +
> all kinds prompt- 1 Hamper's WickerI.7.$2. 'I beg! to thank my customers for their next Hunday at 11 a. rn. and It liana frontage on Indian River The a

"tended to.. Meets all trains. !Stove: Carload Coplay Portland Cement. .ECIAT.-2c C. W. Matting 17>.. liberal patronage, and *trust.thai I may Ti.W; p. ,IIJ.I.. M. Dalgor/: pastor. heat Building site Is on a high elevation -
od supplied...:'".'. .J. : Carload beat Florida Lime. GAKDXKR TUuvll1eFla.. continue tu merit It.: ()overlooking: the river, the town
C. A. -
ALTnzr IIADLEY TItusvttle. Five ton Masury' R. R. White (the *{* Yours very truly Services la the Cathollo church Titosvllle and the Indian Ulver Inlet. 'I'tlt're-Iot t

best paint) >, .k (}'. F, PADUISOW' next Monday, May 4th, .t 10 a. m. no liotisw on the preinlnes. 1
', To arrive next week:- Ciupty Sugar; and Rice Jlarrel -, Eau Oallie, Fin.r Rev J. ,,'. O'Uuyl will officiate.' Fort Pierre a division point on.the

Convict Guards'Wanted. Carload hash and Doors. -'_ Archdeacon B. F Brown will hold divine Florida Kwtt: : Const Railway and a placeofwonte
-" : sale. Address, 4 ; linportairce, with good pro.> .
For
Carload Vails. : ?For Male at njr JJargaln. service on Sunday next In Ht. An
Canted, good; reliable ,'sober meo as A. Moons ; future' There
Carload Pineapple Wraps. WALTER drew's.church Furl I'leroll, at 10.JJO: a. pec 11 for development. h
(viet guards.' Experience not neee Oh, Yeal! I can fill your.order.Uaoaua 8 George St., Charleston, S. C. All of block 27, In the town of Titos- m., and 7:30 p. m. Also In St. Gabriel' are. stores of all klnd..ttv..sl'hlircht'lI.
y Suiary$20 per month and board.Icldress F. I ADI.I OV, l, Fie located between the F. E C. church Tltunvllle. Thursday. next, Ascension school |KH4tolll<' ', telegraph ofllne eta 1
yule ,
,
F. U. WOOTKV, Eau Gallie, Fla.Cottnye : This place w 111 make n line homo and +
and Ice Factory price, 10:30. m.
Turnball Fla. 2t Two Fine Lot For Sale. Ttallway depot ; worth ruy, at cnpabteof being made |ulta a planta
Buildings on same are
Successor to MoNalr A Wooien. 70000. Lion Fire hundred oran>ftn.nd grapefruit
amt Lot For Sale Two fine 10-sor lots lying/ on Indian I the manry. Blrtlo Wanted.
: WIliiAiiimalu marl treeand! 100,000 pineapple plants
of line Land, f of a mite
River a I miles south of Fort Pierce on a Also HO acres ,
It. Flue
-- be tilaovilon iilnghunt
Launch for cheai lot baa 300 feet Woodley station. F. K. C. H ran
Sale shell road. Each south of ,
River front, good imrrieainte t
Indian !In the
vi-
Bean 1foQk.ya.Ott.ers. and
Cottage and lot on with west Price KHj.OO.' Wanted-Wild Gain, ing oysterlng
HUh blniYcovered '
r :luOCQ 28 feet- long; a feet 6 indies, between the residences of known Major as F.the M. river palms frontage.and hardwood timber. Good for! runs Vacant across town lou part., with, cottage, at Pelicans,. Florida Veer Wild Handbill elnlty. p ort Pierce, li. headquarter- !I

"n.; double eyti Taylor and : Fort fierce the fastest-growing town on Crane,Eagle, Alligators Turkey, for launtlnlr.ll.blnlf sport genetally..PrivPIMMwhlohisvery
equipped with tt h. Pricer grapefruit tangerines pine ,
p. halt .
FodeV places ); terms, oranges Owl Turtles and Uafctlesnakfl ('heup.For c
IeI' Herons ,
i Globe dn location the River. .- Hawks "
Gasoline sEnglne. mo at 8 cent. apples. No better on river Indian full information address,'
per
'L. Everything complete and la goodtnh cash balance on mortgage at any price. $1,000.00 for each lot.. Call, or address Address llotTiit:
FARM ( T. ,
toGEO. FLOBIDA. OllTIc.tC r (
Apply or write "","' A. O. DlTTMAB, Tire i
g order.Address- .of" ,, )(. Rometxe. C. T. MCCAKTT ','*" I, Fort Pierce Fla. Igapl Jacksonville Fla. AnkOIlI1,Drevard pounty fta. ,
', W. U. UABBI Tltusville, FU. Ankona Fla. ,. i
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large as a bti'iu, spanked him until b. lug hundreds of their rltdgbbor..warm-

SJder... -- was uearly Inoensible Then be bur 'ed Into Atcblson. Tbe thieves cot \\ ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFIN
t I GD ... rledly boarded the'terrrboll, crossedthe frightened and mode a'' break for tbe Rats and...
@I\lf\ Ao.ln hava no, affect 1rA
I nc river and made his way to Montana country. They were! rounded up and I harnaaa ... oafjuw.t'

! where be lived until his death captured-four In- all. wllb Eureka.' H .
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ADVOcTE: which occurred recently. "Then ensued probably tbe most extraordinary : itta Beta the OU, It p r> GUARANTEED: FOR 10 YEARS. G6OD FOR 25 YICAKS.

"Cleveland's lieutenant, a fellow proceeding known to the 1 kaepalhelvaih-JI ,
toft and !.
r named Hartuinn was the worst of the annals of Judge Lyncbu The mob took able cr Stlicbn pi WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE: OR REPAIRS
"., gang and was guilty of so rnnny and possession! of the jell\ and the courthouse do not braak. \ '
_ r such Qujrrunt outrage upon prominent and for n week held them. The No rough lo chafe Mirface \ \ () rr\. '

citizens that In 'sheer desperation four prisoners wee' tried one by one. Sterling and cut. 1h. ,

1 : men all of whom are now dead meta was convicted and executed. Art harness calykae4.toot 'i .".\\, \ \ \ The Carder-Campbell Compan

nd drew straws to ,nee who should kill elm tree standing; on the banks. of loold.' Sat .
,
J Ilurttuun (tbe lust of these men died.a White Clear creek! In the southwest new.ara twice .
Jesse C. Criill. his life of town a. losgbyebauaeof y
during the was
year ago quarter admirably .
Eureka Shack-No. I, Foot of :Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
prominent lu politics and business; suited to the pUl'llOHYbcD the wagon Haman Oil, 5II

Oeow T. Chnllls.. tor thirty\ years a beurliiB<< Sterling to his doom reached II \ -Southern" Selling Agents forWARREN'S -
I deacon In the Baptist church and u ; the wound, the,wbole town was In / "

prominent wholesale merchant and attendance. A range, of hills to the Sold \ ,ANCnOR URAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND ORAVJ
identified prominently with Atchison south was, swarmed with women. Am everywhere.

affairs; James McEwen., a cattle buyer Barnes a prominent farmer a man of In all caD line.Made,-. \ 5's\ ROOFING. Cabot's Sblnglo Stilus and Deadening Felts. National Faint
'
and butcher; the fourth man. a prominent Iron resolution and unswerving hon byStandard 1
pli.T |clun. t'sty"a.. the I leader of the mob. With Oil 1 Works' Structural and Technical Paints.

I "Euch of these men had suffered Intolerable clinched teeth and blanched face be Company !vt DuKONDE'S "LY' hhITE" COLD WATER PAINT.XL&XTITE .
0 outrages at the bunds of ordered Sterling to take his ,place on

!.rMA Uartmnu. lie had visited" their houses the' sent of the wagon and In a twin- .. -

and terrorized their wives. Ui hud no- !kllnjt he was swung Into eternity.

*aig&Kansas tided them that unless their husbands "The next day two others), a man KIDNEY DISEASESare :BROS.Bottler's .

left Atchison within u. specIQed period named Brewer a soldier at home on a

they would be mobbed. Bvea the Chll- furlough, and a young fellow knownas
the fatal of all dis
dreu of two of tbe victims of persecution Pony met the saute fate. Tbere was most WliolesaLWhiskey

had been nbused. They met at the much sympathy for Pony. He was a eases.
How of Wm. J. Lemp
Judge pliyslclun's olHce'and after a prolonged drunkard and all his delinquencies ,

Lynch conference. nt which it was agreed were attributed to this weakness. Just Cfll CY'O KIDNEY CURE Is ILruLC.1 Brewing Company s'St. ]

that neither would leave until Hartman as they were ready to swing him up 0 BuarantaadRemedyor
hl Border Broke Up hud been kilted proceeded to two or three members of the mob told Louis Beer. Keg Trade

draw straws to I see! which would anlertake him that if be would Rive Information Our Specialty... House:
Cleveland'sJayhawkers
( the work. Crnll "held the .a* to others Implicated, but who had money refunded. Contains a3.S3LO

Warfare ; itrawn. McEwen drew the short straw remedies recognized by emi

t tnd the job tell to bIB lot yK nent physicians as the Best for -to; 1QQO> "West; uO.dAXKi.i9:: ttx> c.TACJ3 ;|

From the beclcnlnjr of the civil war "Atchlson Ie bisected by two or three / and Bladder troubles.
; Kidney : ; .1SON'siT3L: =aI3. :J1IIL.A..
until peace was declared tbe Kansas brooks, one pf which traveisea the
border from the Nebraska line to the northwest section of the town and run PRICE SOc.sad$'.00.

t, Indian! Territory and disorder'' whet',tbe The scene! demoraliz of lawlessness Into very White precipitous Clay creek.banks,Th and\s ravine won crossed had>- B.- It. WILSON *; SON. ............-..............

ing'effecte'of civil wnr never found by several! footbridges' At tbe east ,

more remarkable exerupllilcutlon than approach of one Bridge was a 'tall elm $3.20 s.el t..t.lr....pr.k> .r.o.Ord.r.r .
In the history of Clevelund's Jaj-bawk- tree.. McEwen took his position under : For aii.afi.Vsjfir"1 4 Full Quarts
this and awaited the
erll., tree oppearanc
"k+ Congressman,; Charles ;. Cocbran of of Tlartman. who necessarily passed OP THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD

the St. Joseph district, who was an that way In going borne at night. When

eyewitness of the remarkable scenes Hartman was half way .across the Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey

occurring In thnt reign of terror, tells, bridge McEwen stepped out droppedto Knolffit and solve
his knee, leveled a double barreled
an Interesting/ story of tbe final breaking tohereber good
of the shotgun and,' turned loone. He tilled crops We ship In Plain i'aekateenomarks to Indicate contents,.which will
i up grang. are grolDn. avoid all comment.. When you get' hand teat it,if it le not satisfactory return
"In tbe earlier years of the '-war," Hartman with buckshot from.his head ll atourexpense. .nd onr$3.20wlU be cheerfully refunded. Tide whiskey.
Mr. "thieves to Ills heels but strange to say: the Sold everywhere. .rood al any SS.OO goods In the market. .. at band and can are
nays Cochran re121111:11'IDrlrunlz.ed : you quicker delivery. than distant bonnes. We have. been doing bnainnea la
Into com panics, with captains fellow did trot die for mouths. IfO, Annual FREE Ibis city and at the same stand for ao years and a. to our reepouelbllltr
"Soon afterward General Blonnt, 0 and repulxtlou for boueat. dealing we refer yon to any bank or merchant her
wholle'autbol'lty! was recognized' D. M. FIRRY & GO. or' to the eater'of this paper.
I by the rank and file with headquarters then In ('OlJIwIlDtll.l.lrort Lenveuwortu Detroit, .
In the towns and cities of eastern han twenty miles away. sent a company of //I Mloh. SOLOMON & LEVI,
sas. masqueraded as savior of the cavalry to Atchison to deal with the 1 I928-I93O First Ave., P. o. Box 33: Birmingham, Ala.

Union and upon the pretense that they gang. Just about daylight In the mornIng NO'I Iet-we: pay eiprmMchanm to all point reached by the "Boathem Express
the soldiers reached Atchison They > Company." but to point*I on lines of nlhnr expreM companies' we. prepay only to points
a 'Were serving the cause thrived ama- 1 ?' whore Southern Knprmw Company traniirarH, to end other company. We cannot eblp .
'A were In the nick of time., A squad olCleveland's Turkey lla Make* a Record.I O.O.D.l'rlc.llaL for ou."r goods oa appliostion.When writing 1'1 IBUBO mention thin paper"OO.' '
'fngly by pillaging/ the farmhouse and
thieves were ,crossing the have turkey ben that I think bus .mC .e
barns of neighboring counties In Mls.l '
river on the Ice with blur a dozer, 4s broken the record buying the springy! ...........................
l stolen hornet' The soldiers lined up on t of 1000{) ,,1 received from Charleston.

the ICnnwas! shore and ordered them to 1 III.. nine Mammoth Bronze turkey .

surrender. They made a break for liberty eggs. Seven turkeys batched! out. A : 3.ASw Z'GTM 1
find a pitched battle was fought dog killed one. I raised three hens .

,One of the fellows was killed, and. I and three torn*. Tbe bens bad the at7, A IUD w. Bay st., JACKSONVILLE.. *. FLA.
think, one or two were wounded. The range of the farm. One of them laid

others were captured, Cleveland, hearing e Clone to the house. She laid twenty

of the difficulty, mounted his hors eggs and then wonted to(lIt. I put heron

and made fur the Interior of Kaunas, elgbteen KKS. Slit laid three eggs before FULL
Fu4Ats
v\ On the way up ..ComDlt'rclal'IItreet became the eggs on which she was sitting
across Charley Iloibcrt city mar; hatched out-that Is during the last I

_ shnl. He placed a pistol to lI lbert', week.: She laid all the time she was t
THB SHOOTINO Or HA.RTMAM.not
head accused him of having sent for; railing her blood of little turkeys-at fxPRE55 EXPRE55r

1 the soldiers( and marched him. up the been arrested they would save Bret one egg every other day then one r PREPAID PREPAID
: street for five! or six squares Then ,he htm. Ills reply was, '1 went Into this every day. '"then one egg In three days

''l whacked Holbert over th
I i his gun and lit out. lie was pursued to man.*' ing seventy-four eggs lu ull. .
I the Blue river country. 100 miles westward "The fourth to suffer,tbe vengeanceof No small achievement for one bent I

; and killed tbe mob was nn.old gray haired man She Is a fine large hen with ,bright .,

'beo thieves who fell victims to I named Moody. pink: legs. | have been raising turkeys ::64t5
Judge Lynch a few months later. "With tbe death of these four scoundrels Of teen years but have never before

while not known at members of the lawlessness! In that region camtf had a turkey like her, The other two I 't
Cleveland! gang operated extensively to an end. There was not a shadow of laid at a distance from the house. and $450 i; I Doz

fib. throughout, the period of lawlessness! In a doubt, of their guilt Three of tbe men the crows got some of their eggs. Next I .-._.
which: no effort whatever was made to died game. Brewer who was a coward year I will try to keep a record of their! '- I I I DELIVERED FOR

bring the outlaws to Jumlce. After the whimpered and begged like a pup. eggs.-Mrs. A. S, Devore In Reliable J2Qts'

Cleveland gang had open effectually' : py. lIl. cries for mercy could be beard Poultry Journal."A $122Agents

broken! up these predatory scoundrels square." .

continued their OPt'I,1 tlons. Their lust Cures "Wlieu Doctors. Fall. neighbor ran In with a bottle ot
;| crime. nnd the one for which"they were Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- for the Pabst Brewing Co.
.. gibbeted was the attempted robbery of Mrs Frank Chla non, Patterson, La., rheoa.Remedy: when my son was ButterIng .
nn old man named Kelsey. They tortured writes June 8th lOIn: "I bad malaria with severe cramps and Wall RiveD up -- --- --- -

the old man and his wife until fever In very bad form was under treat. as beyond hope by my regular physician -

I they were nearly dead. The next morn- ment by doctors but as soon as I stopped who, stands high In his profession. After rjDon'# JL ake P tllS'cureconstipatton
j taking their medicine the fever would administering three doses of it, my SOD
return. I used, sample bottle of Ifer- regained consciousness and recovered entirely by agitating

j I bane found it helped me. Then bought within twenty-four' hours," says bowels but regular action cannot be secured untllA the liver
Bat) Gold! spoon.There I two bottles, which completely cured me. Mrs) Mary) UaHer of Mt. Crawford Va. secretes enough bile to make the 1.,
I feel grateful to you for furnishing such This remedy la for sale by all, druggists execute their natural functions. jr<|J Unnat.
I 1.m.180DDtrr. a splendid medicine and can honestly and medicine dealers. ural agitation,caused bycathutlcs. HO
are some! men who seem to be recommend It to those suffering from t
'/() A DESPERADO.sourl. favorites of fortune. They are industrious I continual and Increasing doses to
malaria, an It will surely oure-them."
attain the results.'r.
cheerful workers full to llonae."I've '"
Atchison was the headquarters over. Herblne CO-cent bottle at B. B. Wilson CrltlcUril the Wrong:
{ flowing of the energy of splendid health, made bad breaks before but I comptl31't -
most Son.
of Cleveland's gang tbe active and success seems fairly to drop into ________ certainly ecltfsed nil previous effort
a and the boldest of the banditti. their hands. ,It is of such as these that PAY YOUR DEBTS. out In Cleveland the other day". said a on the
of the
suvlors.of
"In the capacity the less hardy ---1
well known business man., "A buslnea ; cures Chills
and
; Union they to9k upon themselves theta less successful
k of driving all persons suspected of man saysenviously The Methodist Advocate under the' friend met me at the station and Mid| and F.ever, and every form of
of bending, "Pious Hcamps," says: we would drive around a bit before e()o Malarial, Bilious Remitting and Inter
sympathy for the lost cause' out
needs
"Juneat this time our
1nneae.r i "That born fellowwas with religion that will make country a man pay his lug; to his new home. He slowed up a ., '.. Fevers,and, by going, to the seat of the
a bit as we drove' around a curious look:
r "Tom Ray proprietor of an extensive cold in debts. Shoutiug will not settle old accounts trouble works permanent cure.
spoon Ing mansion In which several styles (pl I
blacksmlthlng and wagou shop was liis mouth. with God or man. We bounce FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
banished In a mouth or two he re And yet on right,; on a fellow and put him out of the architecture had been mixed with terrible -
church If he goes to a ball or theater, but result I was forced to etclalm:
turned, but not until after be had analysis it will ,
Jl. 11. WILSON & SON.
be found that never soy a word to tbe pious old scamp Wlwt fool was unkind enough to .
halted at WIntlirop, .a village oppositeAt
-
heron and opened negotiations :! this success is who never pays his debts. Preachersand put up that monstrosity?"
up largely due to people who do not pay tbelr debtsare "My bout tlioif took me to his club for
which resulted In a $grant of permissionto splendid health the endowment of a doing the church more harm than dinner. lie wild In explanation: IF YOU WANT A..
to remain In Atchison long enough to healthy mother. dancers for .there are more of them In "
AVe will dine here', because I .have
settle up his business and collect considerable Dr. ierce'.Favorite Prescription rives the church. Header, are we jetting( close odor ol
headache nnd the fresh
paint
sums due from his customers the mother health to give her child: It to you? Then lay down your paper and n '
lie registered nt the old Mnssanolt cures nervousness, nausea and sleepleianess. go pay up and read on with ease. And my new house might make It worse Lot

House, but did! not tarry long. Major] It makes the body comfortable and don't you stop paying because the 'stat "The next day another friend showed ...Building ,
the mind content. It gives physical ute of limitation' excuses the open account me my first ftlend's new house. It was
R II, \Vetghtmnn, an early settler, r
; a vigor and muscular elasticity so that the which you made for bread! meat. he monstrosity of the day before."-
in ISiH and
who left Atchison accepted
baby's advent U practically painless. Yon must pay for It In cash or God will New York: Tribune. or a lot with a BUILDING_READY FOR OCCUPAXCT,
a colonel's commission In the Confederate make forum lire and brimstone.Uod .
e1 will I endeavor to tell you the you pay
1 ;e army bad been killed ut Wilson's brnefit I have. derived from o 01n',.. >t ninny a knows no such excuse for not pay. LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE
Creek. Pnvoritc Fr...,rlpllon..rlle.III... B. K. Robert. 'homestead : When A VALUABLE; MEDICINEFor .
Ing as exemption
ton, of Medicine I.xlg*. Barber Co., Kune. "In PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN
'rI "While sitting In tbe Massnsolt House! the i fall of i8cx I WM expecting to become a you raise that excuse to keep from pay. Congh and Cold In Children."I .
ja barroom Ituy approached by Sandy mother end uArrcd terribly with pal... in the Ing debts, you can stop singing 'W hen I
Ve have for sale just what are seeking.
probably you
back of head ; ta fact I ached all over gnfleretlith mansions have not the slightest hesitancy!
can read title clear to In
Corbln a somewhat notorious character awful "" point; I was threat- my
who handled most of the horses toed for weeks with :' .. A lady friend the skies.1 You've none up there. recommending Chamberlain's Cough Settlers are flocking but still there Is room. If you an
old. uie to lue Dr. Pie",., '. medicines. She had Brother. It this Remedy to all who are suffering/ from
you j
Itr t stolen by Cleveland's, thieves. Corbln :Ukeu them and felt like_. new women.* I Iegannaingthe'PavorltePre.cdptba coughs, -or colds; says Chas M. Cramer looking this way, drop a \One to
mentioned Weigh tarn n's death/ expressed and took lourDttttlea a well known watch maker of Colombo,
before baby came and two afterward for Those Who LIve Farms. *
satisfaction at his untimely .. I .../fered my alniont. death with my other on Ceylon. "It has been some two years JAS. El: INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-Pre.Ident.
end and applied to the dead man all two children, baby hardly reallaed that I was Dr Derirln, Pans, III., writes\ : ..t)< have since the City Dispensary l first called my ,
the epithets known to the vocabulary trick twelve when and this one-4marter was bora ponnda.and ahe ahe weighed U noweleven used Uallard's Snow Liniment; always" attention to this valuable medicine and FLORIDA EAST! COAST &'Y.
months old and baa never known an recommend It to my friends, as 1 am confident -' I have repeatedly used It- and It has always
.f the abandoned.
Ray expostulated FLA.
ST.
hnur'a aickaru; at present she weighs there la no better made. It Is a been beneficial. It ban cured me AUGUSTINE.
1 and finally warned Corbin to desist or Reran pounda.preacrtptlon I owe" it alt I to Pr. Jfrce1eFavorite .. dandy for burns." Those who live on quickly of all chest cold. It is especially __ _. J

expect a thrashing. Corbin rushed ta "Favorite Prescription" makes weak farms are especially liable to many accidental effective for children and seldom
bra room and returned: with two revolv women strong, and sick! women well. cuts, burns and bruises, which takes more than one bottle to cure them JOB PB.HTTHTG
,ers so adjusted upon his belt that Ray Accept no substitute for the medicine heal rapidly whenBallsrd'S Snow Liniment of hoarseness. I have persuaded manyto
;'j 'could not help seelug them. Ray who which works wonders for weak women. Is I applied. It should always be try this medicine, and they are all as
'' was a giant In size: seized Corbln. Dr. Pierce'a Pleasant Pellets axe the kept In the house for cases of emergency. well pleased as myself over the results" OF ALL KINDS
threw him face downward on a billiard most desirable laxativt for delicate 23ots: Wetland '1 at B. R. Wilson: For sale by all druggists and medicine
dealers. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
Sou' .
> .wltty hajid ale women.
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Professional flat'. B.rEO. POPULAR SCIENCE. TOOLS FOR PRUNING. MAKING A CHICK THINK.Coatmrjr .

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CATARRH
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:::: The microbe ot the tuberculosis may; Conrenleiit Form of Saw*-DeTleaFor to the Oen'eral 0.....,. It ;
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; M. ROBBINS,. live on a book 103 days, as has beet Cutting Ont Berry (..... S..on.'o Have Some Sense (/
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1)JATTOR."iEY AND COUNSELORATLAW. allow by, experiment Clippers and shears on long bundles In 18n111 made n great: man,.- expertmenta The treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and .... .

Of 1,000 parts of the moon 570 are, so as to reach from the ground the top with young chicks, ti-tlrv their astringent washes lotions, salves, medicated tobacco .

Ylwlble" to UH on the earth; 424 parts remain branches: of a tree for pruning have ability to learn a variety of porijrmancts and cigarettes or any external or local application, is

Inil In State ancl-.Unl ted State hidden absolutely to man's eyes. long been In use In the pruning of such us 'getting out of a box:: by just aa senseless as would be kindling a lire on top of

B* practice Court. Without Its atmosphere which ticrvei orange and lemon trees In Florida and peeing at a certain spot on a door or thepot to make it boil. True these give temporaryrelief i.

by,Jumping upon a i'.ttlo platform or but the cavities and passages of the head and the
: FLA. as a coverlet to protect It against th
Office at Trrusvir-LK, < California these long bandied' l'unlngtool
with their bronchial tubes fill with
byI,pulling down n smug soon up again mucus.
.1 fearful cold of the surface of the,
-- earth npuce II are common. Mr. II. I). Becker of necks, escaping from n pen by going. Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it
would be like
L. GAULDEN, airless frozen that of tbe Michigan bus suggested such a long up a ladder of by following, an intricate I checks perspiration, and the poisonous adds and

Ift moon.A handled saw ,wlloh Is.also a commonsense path through a millie, etc.. writes : vapors which should pass off through the skin are .
NEY-AT.LAW certain duration of luminous 1mprcssioa of Columbia thrown back the membrane inner skin ......
ATTO1 tool and will work: on the largei Professor ICdwnrd L. Thorndlko upon mucous ,
Is necessary to produce an ef limbs. We reproduce this and two other university In/fbe International producing inflammation and excessive :flow OllU\1CUS. -
the Courts of the Stat
_,!practice In the all United State Court. fect'on the retina. Hence It la thht wUo <. pruning tool from a drawing made Monthly for February They learn much of which i$ absorbed into the blood, and through the circulation

IiFlorU*,aDd TITUSVXLLK FLA. not see a very rapidly moving obJect \ by him and published in The Farm and readily to abandon those acts which reaches every part of the system involving the Stomach, Kidneys and other .
r.u Box,233. such as a bullet tired trom a gun. of When the disease the form the breath
Rome Mr. Becker mentions the cutUng bring discomfort and to emphasize parts the body assumes dry ,

-- If this globe were cooled down to 2
J. WEBB, degrees below zero of centigrade, It but nothing of the nature of clippers 01 food shelter warmth and thecompanionship hearing affected and a constant ringing in the'ears. No remedy that does ''

F would be covered with a sea of llqtie- shears will work: with big branches. of their fellows. not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh, S. S, S. expels from the

I' ATTORNET-.AJVLA.W; fled gus thirty-five teet deep, of whlcl Calling attention to the Illustration Their\ learning like that of the fishes' circulation all offensive matter, and when rich, pureblood

Will practice ta the Courts of the 7tl about seven feet would be liquid oxy Mr. Becker describes the different; devices essentially a process, of selection.\ is again coursing through the body the

Circuit. Taxes: paid for non-resident gen.Blood first taking the long handled For InstHiK-o a chick U coullncd lu a mucous membranes become hen.thy and the skin

and accounts collected. travels from the heart through I active all the disagreeable, painful symptoms disap
ud rents SAW, as follows: It Is a square 01 edge from which It can escape only by

FI.OUIDA the arteries ordinarily at the rate of round pole of nay desired length of pecking nt n certain spot and BO opening pear, and a permanent, thorough cure is effected.S. .

fIrU8VILLE about twelve Inches per second. Its the door. It sees the other clicks S S. being a strictly+.vegetable blood purifier does not derange the :

speed through the capillaries la at tin and food outside and reacts to the sit Stomach and digestion, but the appetite and general health rapidly improve 1;

D. PENNEY, rate of three oue-huudredths of an Inch) nation (confinement) according to Its under its tonic effects. Write us about your case and get the best medical.

A. per second inborn organization by running/, about, advice free. Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application. "

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, peeping.' Jumping -nt- the--- walls,. trying Tillt SWIFT spccinc co.. Al1.n/. 0a.

t FLORIDA Novel Wall Paper. to squeeze through any small openings .
OSVILLE, One new style of wall. baa i a
paper and pocking/ the barriers) confiningIt Notice of Attachment. '

I fin( practice In all the courts of the 111. pattern of roars upon It as large as cab The cluck feels a score or moro of OVer-Work Weakens

Judicial Circuit. bases, each blossom accompanied bjfollace. ; Impulses to a score or more acts. It Its Your Kidneys. -

reactions Include one particular! act- TUB COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR

namely n peck at s certain spot-It of Unhcl\lthyltl.tneys--Make- Impure Blood IW Jlrcvard county, Florida .
How's This.
[ FREDERICK A. MORGAN, coursoBi'npea.! I Bond Se: Ilnnil Company! a norno-l
roll,,o( the State of Florida, I u
We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewan
'f, his ono not Is followed by freedom, All the blood In your body passes through rialntlff. i,
DEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, for any cane of Catarrh that cannot bi food and grnernl comfort. The other your kidneys once every three minutes VI!!.
cured Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. touts 0.iteddonltnrendant. J JToLoiil [ 1
by of The kidneys are you.r'blood
Loans Notary Fublio. acts remitted only\ In n continuance
J. CHENEY & Co., Prop.,Toledo, OWe purifiers they filter O. llwdilflii defendant In the elateanUeledsnlt

[ Collections, Typewriting, Stenography the undersigned; have known F. the unpleasant solitary conllumnwit.If (-. :. i' I : out the wilts or You are. liorvhy and notHtoil all otlior thl\t.wrltol purmina attsut Intimitvd., n.nt I

FLA. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe BOMB HARDY PBTJHIUCI TOOLS. after the chick has enjoyed freedom Impurities in the blood. hoe. lit-oll *''ilauttlnHt yon and your property, 4

TITUSVILLH, him perfectly honorable In .all bus hard wqod with a narrow sharp little awhile. we put It Into the cngo again ti If they are sick or out tc-wlt, : All UtHttrHiiKif land' lying In llravnnlniiimty I

InoHs transactions and financially able 10 we have u repetition of the first event. of order (all to do Flnl ids I lit r sad il:: rrtlied an I'ollowai Tim t h 1
saw fitted firmly into one'end of it they north 4441 tees l lot,il, of Kea 81, Ti.| M. M. R. 87
H. JONES out obligation made by their, that the chick la likely. to run '/e lend book
\ carry any be made out of a thin except (hair work. Jo.1: .linliui the Ktina land dmprllNMl'
WADE firm.-Went & Truax, Wholesale Druggists ;' Such a saw can and peep and Jump and squeeze less Palnsachesandrheu "Kk." ',nges MJ/ : tits SM and ami, hoards of
Kinnan < strip of steel, or a piece of an old narrow llrevaru t iiiinty, Florula, tin) totting' the anldIxiilUO.
Toledo O. Waldlnz
'( i and to pock at the !door sooner. If we matism coma from excess lledilun and the Imllihnirn thereon, ttmilind -
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, Marvin. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo O saw can be utilized. continue this process), so that The chick of urlo acid In the tu....U.,' tint demand. nt Band A llond .
II.ill's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, I The other saw figured tl 1 an ordinary blood, due to neglected Company, a aoritoratlnn of th* Htulo of tlorliU.vnfi ,
Loans and Collections. the blood and rnucoui of the back: la again and again confronted by the :>r, umont of lien fur material:: fnrninhail' laid ,
acting directly up handsaw wltb a portion' kidney trouble. ,
TirusviLLH -' FLORIDA. surfaces of the system. Price, 7oo. per cut out to permit easy working where situation confinement lu a box of Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady Hid Ileldanhtrtheo14tnlntl.i:: :land: amounting: I : HI M'S,'E bulldliiff. upon

bottle. Sold bv all dr.iigglst Test. the for using! a saw la limited such and such appearance" con heart beats and makes one feel as though: Now 'Sales yon \I"l'I.o..r| before tile Court
Pills tin space stantly decreases the useless. acts and In Mid. milt nndplesdordemur' to tha dMilaratlnn -
monla.ls ft'ee. Hair Family are they had heart trouble because the heart I U
No one will realize until be pees such a pled herein at the clerks isles at th* Court a t
I pEO.. A. WORLEYu ', best. much of convenience It IB performs tho suitable one sooner and over-working In pumping thick kidney- Moose lu Titiuvlile, aid. nounlv and plate, ontliaruladav
how a
; saw sooner until finally It pecks at the. spot! poisoned blood through! veins and arteries : In AIIUIIHB' AD. lunii' 'bvliiR:: the 4th
.. nald month, default will tin ntnr dkKUlilHt
Street Gratln In this slipped lay of
FI.Uln. Through bo considered that
It used to only
urinary
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. whenever Into that
immediately put you In Una iimima,nnd H '|>lluatlan will ,
General 'In State and Fedora Winchester, England It lat quite a The other device, la used in cutting box. It has learned, wo say to get out troubles were to bo traced to the kidneys lia made' to .... C'onrl: for nnal, }judmiimnl and .
| practice
common thiiiK to .sea men llnhluj rut blackberry and raspberry canes.A.. but now modern science proves that nearlyall your aulil |>rnp eny will 1 be nolil to pay' laid debt ,' .
:
All entrusted will the box at certain
of
Courts. business by pecking a spot. anti auLUfv aalil lien.w I
benl
receive prompt attention. through the street gratings. Under the' thin bit ef steel or a scythe point constitutional diseases have their beginning Itn..my hand' and, the deal of aalil court at ,

street there How several stream Into the proper shape by a blucksinltb In kidney trouble. the('"or. lluiiM .Tltuavlllo, Florida, thla, tli*
High
| General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate discharge Into th> Is firmly fastened to a short wooden > The FarnierV' Flock. If you are tick you can make no mistakeby 4ihtlay of April flan. 41
which ultimately I A. A. BTKWAItT
Miami. buckskin calfskin I Any farmer who ,will cqn Improve first doctoring your kidneys. The mile. :
noted trout stream. handle. With a stout or (Real Cp. Ot.) as County Uerk.Itjr '
MIAMI FLORIDA. river lichen a mitten the left hand big chickens! to almost any attainable and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's U. A. Stewart, U O. '
\
on
These streams receive the storm and glove or ia degree of productiveness. If productive- Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy I Is D. L. Onulilen, rinlntlir'a Attorney 81110' julll ;1't

ANDREWS, surface water from the street by mean and this Implement In the right one Dean Is what he wants by using alwaysa soon realized. It stands the highest for Us
JAMES The line< well equipped to rapidly remove all undesirable of the
of the ol'Unarstreet grating. wonderful cures moat distressing case '
pure bred cock of the same breed Notice of Application For Tax
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Is dropped through and fastened to the ) canes from the blackberryand and Is sold on Its merits
and by careful culling of the hens. As ,
to raspberry rows.-Farm, Field and an druggists In fifty- :::, ." Deed.
small enough
go by
end of stick
a ,
Lain
office and address TITUS
postofoe the farmer has no particular use for U1! 1" : I "'
When the fish I... Fireside.. cent and one-dollar slijas. Law. of Florida.NO ,
through the grate. :" Under See,Chap.4 88.
TILLS. Branch ollloe at FORT PIEIICK. standard marking these may bo disregarded You have a 1' I.
hooked the line and stick are dropped may 'Fid K ill HKItKltV OIVKN THAT JOHN ,
for Brevard Co, STARTING FLOWER SEEDS, except to secure uniformityIn bottle mall I.
[ Prosecuting Attorney and the flshorruai sample by Hum f swm-iux* HeiirTi Agent, jmrotuumr of Tax Ortlllnate No.
Public State at through the gratliiK:, coloring and size to aid In selling free also pamphlet telling you how to find Sin till,/ell anclHil, dated th.0I.b..1 July A. I). J l'
Notary Large. rushea to the point where the stream A FlorUt'a Method Reported For till live fowls. The farmer wants eggs out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. ,Is,.1., bps. lllil a,.ld ocrtlnoaui In my ..II toe, and .::1" \
ban inmlo ai>|>ll atliiu for tax il inln to lulu Inacioorilanv 'j
emerges from under the street and II Benefit .. Amateur and flesh consequently lie should re Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer wllb law. Bald tiertlllcataa amliraom

I STEPHEN E. FOSTER, there able to recover his !line and land Take a shallow box, say three Inch tale as breeders the beat layers and the it Co., Binghamton, N. Y. tit allnwIiiK Mirllwd. wit,erty iltuatail llr*.
Tard nonnty, riorlila to All I of Auction tn ,
his flsh. deep bore boles in the bottom covet full breasted broad backed ones. There all nf frmilioniil Seution l IS. ah of Unotloii 14, all Ir
ATTOKNE Y-AT-L A W, with moss which saturate wltb wa In TownBliln II'J.Bouth of Knnir. *8ft Kant, and NMotNB d
can be no question as to the possibility
and HM (BMtlon
ofNKl4 lNWf) "
-- Sims Building, Cane For Separation.Her ter. Over the moss place the prepared of:greatly Increasing the Inyjng+ capacity 4,: ( |IIIWJ:1': South vl Range' 80 Kaat.Tha .
Pastor-lo you not know that soil filling the box even full and compress of fouls by selecting for that BADBLOOD said I :Tanil\ being anaeaud at the deb of the t ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. God has joined together mai pur 10"1111000'mich. rertmoawn In the nama. of Florida \
what It moderately with a trowel 01 pose. By this method a yard of com Bimlharn Hallway Company Unless add

should not put asunder? board. Then wet the soil thoroughly mon bens can lie reduced to a sufficient eertinuate..hall he redeemed auoordlne to .law, ,
ALLENATTORNEYATLAW It was not a man In teatail deed will. Issue' thereon on the
The Divorcee
several not applying agnalure
GEORGE. wltb sprayings degree of uniformity for all practical May, A. l>. IIMKI. Wltniiaa my olllvral ,
our.case. It was a milliner. enough water at one time to make the and a degree of productiveness anal thla the ITth day of A! n. A. I) .IIIWI\ "I
purposes ASOARCTS: d. all *|Bli .*4 iv." .h**> t/.. K.) A, A. KTRWAII'J'. 1
what?
"A soil muddy, the wetting last until and .. wondnrrul. .iliulii I hers uluinwlaliHil
that\ !cnnnotJjoMJbtnlned! bybreed! ,; s a truir ui Clink, ClrodlOmtrtof .urevard'auntyIriodd.A(1lldslstrators' .
FLORIDA. "A milliner. You see my husband for a a.'u"' iiloHannt h) lake ftiiil al l I. t
| KBT WEST the seeds germinate.Over .
Ing anti acTertiitgr for stallti'FIiinrk., fen** (nand 'Itlu OKmiaraM mybliHid
Will in the United States said )he'd rather ,pay alimony than bu;, the surface sift a very Hghl\ IIM tmHit: uiirHluil end j iny:aOpl.riin:: r bai Impruvflil -
praotloe
Ing only. It Is better however to be In
I fuel nitiiili' ta ttur v' rjay JSotlce.OTICK .
tb'
and State Courts. PjunOeI huts, ns It would be cheaper In coat-say one-eighth of an Inch-of the gin with nil pure bred, both mule. find .' Mua.: CaLlu.. Nci.l.4Ua,Lunr ll.'l': : .
York Times. -
long run..New same prepared eoll, using! a sieve ol female. for then the desired' uniformity
about one-t'lghth inch inosb and tak CANDY W HKtlKIIV\: OIVE THAT Tile
O. FRIES, C. E. son ia already attained, but It eggs and table CATHARTIC N oudrai. nndhavelatlnagsdntdshd. apt
J. Cures Blood Cimcer Ulcers ing pains to lift It evenly.over the en; fowls are the things desired\ then 'legally iull tire surface of the dampened soil Relate or Martlm. C. (:Callanan ilBCmined. In III*,
cull and and breed for them nnd
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land Eczema, Carbuncles, mate yard oiiunty Florida, All orndltora, leputlee. ,
and aub dividod. Leave it In that condition. Do not compress let the standard points alone. Standard illntrlliiitPini,and 1 all .swam | clalnia or
lejaUYllurveyed; Etc., Medicine Free. but I leave It open and porous thai ,Iolllan,'. against the Katal of Marta. U. (''aU'' *
Happing neatly doue. Ktttl mates for points are for breeders' use and are TRAPS Mess eee.ervMe nan, who illml In the oily of jMmMolnoa, I'olk
all kinds of engineering; 'works.' Disputed Robert Ward, Maxey's, Oa., says: "1 the fine seeds may find lodgment between all right for them but standard pointsdon't onnntySea, on August; Id, 1"1. ar. nerahy: ,

lines a specialty. suffered from blood poison my hend- the particles of soil and thus bring the "money on the retail ", tc, proHimt the unto. duly. .rllle,1 anduthontlniitod
to the nndanlKiid within she
.
TtTcnviLWC, Brevard Co, FLORIDA, face and shoulders were one mass of corruption gather moremoisture than they would market. Breed! for what Is wanted. time ",...'rl"o.1 liy, 'law or this notlv will b*
aches In bones and Joints burn. It resting on a smooth surface. 1,1.11.,1111. bar of laid olalnin.Liatud e
sensible Pl. PitlaMhl. Tait fond
That Is the unt. fioQuod
only plan *
lag, itching, scabby skid, was all run Then dust the seed evenly over the %. Nav.r Hiok.ii., W..Potent O rip*, 'ISO,9MW,
S. BUR UAY, M. D. down and discouraged, but Botanic Blood surface covel'Vltb a wire netting over ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... C.JAMKH f. Jlnl.s9sAddnlatrsora.UALLAKAM, Y
N, Balm cured me perfectly, healed all. \ the which spread, Borne fine moss. If the TO CURK A COLS IN ONE DAY 1C _e.aMy ..,.." rke..a. .-'o In-t-.r*...!H. i '

sores and gave my skin the rich glow ol Take T.axatlve Promo Quinine Tablets.All | flni- O. T. MrCarty." 7
: |f)
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, health. Blood Balm put now life Into moss shows dryness at any time, dampen druggists refund the money If It falls -TO-BAD .r'Nw4IULa'ubwoU::; r : -.. .. 'N Atturuuf for suit' AilinlnUtratnra. .

Ear, Nose and Throat. my blood and new ambition Into my It.As. to (tur.,. E. ,v. trove's signature' I Is on
brain." Oeo. A. Williams, Roxbury.face: soon as the seed Is fairly well each box: Tots: Notice.NOTICE .

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. covered with pimples chronic sore on sprouted place under a pane of glass The Largest and Most Com -, ..t

back of head supperatlng swelling/ on allowing alt space. at the sides. Cover A Lay. Opinion. IA HBHRIIY OIVKV\ THAT THE 4

nOU HIT01'i'S neck, eating ulcer on leg bone paln, the glass for a time with tissue paps'r. illustrations used In the United nlere Establishment South. niilCiii>il will app y u> the II,.... Mlnurh.
The
DR. (Itching skin) cured perfectly by Botanic Apply moisture as needed with a flue ,lonmi,Iroiill J""II.O"| the ftth day of
Blood Ualm-sores all healed. Botanic States department, of agriculture's bulletin May, A. l U. !I'XW! for aohartur. Incorporating th* '
spray but do not water frequently yet Breed of GEO. S HACKER & SON 'Tltll.IIIIII1D.n..11I1II I Llhrwry AMoutMtlnit
"American ,
blood !No.
FLOATING:! DENTAL APAR'l'MENTdon Blood Balm, cures all malignant become r0. (''aoorpnratlnonotfrpudlP| 'r"n nhJeutufthe
the surface must on no account
troubles' such as eczema, scabs and Fowls" are far from true to nature. I AuMKJIiitliiii 1* tie, phvnlnal and umntHl' raining / II 4
"Dentos sores carbon dry. Dominique I ..1th.ctdldrmufrlns.ill5byp, rnvlilliiff Rym-: 4 ) ,
the scales; pimples, running No one ever saw such plumaged .
osslumaul' Tim proI.o.xd
llbraiy ailanUK
ales, scrofula, etc. Espeolall advised Be aura to allow no strong sunlightto as the cuts represent. Tbe rimrtHr. will' !l.e found ales In the nit!',:* ut the 'I
Now AT PALM BKACII,, for all obstinate cases that have reacher strike the young plantlets and at colored pictures of Barred 1 Plymouth II L'lvrk.nt the Circuit Luurt. at 'rltu .III.. ,

the second orthlydstage.; Druggists; $1. the same time do not apply too strong Rocks are misleading In both Color and 1 II.J. MamoN II. WII.ooIlf.. lJ..OIt, 1EAST

To prove i Ie cures, samples of Blood Balm a shade.! Tissue paper allows all the barring. The ben Is greatly "off" In < r.u. r| Di'HHii, 7
Foley's Kidney Cure sent free and prepaid by writing Blood light needed at this stage of growth. I" A. HitAtir, ? '
It li a pity that such a good: 10.. Itoi
Describe trouble shape. :Wail| QKO./ n5e.
Oa.
makes and bladder Balm Co Atlanta, la the of
kidneys right.YirginMomes Eternal vigilance price sued marred unfaithful sal
and free medical advice sent In sealed work: should be by '
cess. oftbf breeds when there are
letter. pictures ,' Notice. .
As soon as the little seedlings have I
jut many excellent: pictures made frompbotOKniphu 4

An OdilKr 0' Loa< C.>te. made sufficient growth to IM handled of prize birds 1u'-I'f"lIltIlJle. III..... t 1
OTICK in UICRliliY': OIVE.V THAT IT ismy
It Is not necessary'' lo go to India to transplant them in frrsb noil.\ Be careful Ideal 1 ecru should !><. rpprt'Ml'ntnUvp iII N Intauilun ti> avply to the, "..n. A. It.i'enueyCntydndgeyfJirnvsrdl'onnty.
that the Ont motlets not Injured ,
of caste; In a professional ore fir brtwl to cause wotinitlon ,
hear curious dories down full enough II If ri| >rl and
: ruan's household recently a Kist I they are wherever! p s:'ti.-- fit..Uhllo,'"* $nn. rule, for autuiirltv ti ..11.! privac. ..'. all tltfc i '
You learn all about Virginia Lands, 111\ of diphtheria. Her length Into the newisoil. MANUFACTURERS OK right tills aot Intarentnf flu Infant Frank. lit r ?}
mnlds4.> ant fell ,IHuiuik In and tn tli.t truru or land lylnglaprennl l
Its mode of cut water wltb Bflrla
: After OfIproy. far
triMixplnntlng
resources, products, nursed her herself through a Th. tint Prescription County. FlnrMa,' and de.rrtled *.. rol- 'F ;
tivatlon, prices, etc., by reading the uilstreH ...bVUlt quite well. .- Form Journal. Chill and Fever Isa bottle of Orove's Doors, Sash Blinds, ;own TMta 8, 4, 0.T. I* and IT of illurk "H,'>and ,e
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. tedious Illness until Tasteless Chill Torfo. It la simply Iron Nor B, 5, I 11 I and t J of; Kl.a I -k'"II" of th* rraorddVllliiirHilae ''

for a months aubworlptloa to the Wbeu that happy rmult was Informed establish!the Ready For fee Plant food.Many"ready and quinine In a tasteless form. No Moulding d & Building Material, W H,.It. 37 or E Kau. Oalllo, ultuaUtd In MIl" Id, u'rp

Farmer Co., Emporla:, Va. ed. the maid} liiinifHlliitely made for plant food 4'ure' No Cure. Price 50ots. 1':. N. DIMICK.It ,
nm .
mistress that! Mile lutI'nd.11 to leave bar A.Oc.nllsn for Intact rranlillor.l"mlek,
Cfllce Warercoma King, opposite
BANNER 'SALVE nervlce. The!' rumou "f the maid's departure are put up by different companies, and. The I( ........ Cannon Wtreet.! r
live with while most. It not all. of them are.genuinely
could not
was this- 1 eUlrw( n heavenly story Notice.VTOTICE ,
the the world. good they ire often hard to procure They're Charleston S. C.
moat healing ..Iveln been walling on .
ban
a mistress who : dealers which they fly no more than does Joe : la hereby given that It la my IntanIX )
herself." Quite evidently this I III not a. they are sold only by > -kicking" propensities. of the tim toi|>ly tn his. Hun. A. l>. .',"n"y, I i
me klndnesn or Iv ID f.prtalnluea.\ The following formula tl'<" to Sash Cord anc C:nnnly' ,.edge 'In ai d for Hrnvanl. County,
DO YEARS'EXPERIENCE mere Indifference to be filled through any /Iruggltit Togas veteran. Weights, rtorlda.on tJath: day or May& IIMfW at 1 ltu.
gratitude.] The girl wu the slave of ran The old soldier dies so Ibo story g9!*nand .,llle\ for authority. tn anti at t>rlv>t. *al. all the ?}
of caste and Is. one of the very beat! plant food* loillvKlfil Intori'iitof Marl Tllliuan, the minor
that mysterious luHuenc-e. Sodium nitrate, three-fourth's after death be marches up to lbt Hardware ihilil of .lohn T'lliiiMn' il icen...il.. In and tn that
sottlonevery In use: C .
In'o minute lie hits this door'I tra.S) .
up h
which splits gates of "'nven.
sodium (dry) oufourth I
phosphate '
pound
; I" :
"
tuotli-rn. dot-Mi. us It split up pound: sodium sulphate pne- thump and HI:. Peter peers) out tbrouyt/: Window and Fancy Glast "f fntotumnl motion 14. 'Ty.' W. .M. R. Al K, which
alIt lent IIO't! ty. pod u'wm IIkt"IYIO, the wicket. I''I.. o ttb.. ..'. weal II the tbrttad th.channel
cry nn that It UpoMllilf half pound. (Pulverize and thoroughlymis : ,A SPROTAT-Ty. 0'Turk.** fi..k.aontaininir, *w."H4acre. luorot
., ') split up any future nocinjr : the Ingredients; dry. It may b* "%Ybo are youT' auks the taint. --- 1**a,with rltiarlun rlitnt* '
... to Iwo glue.-Lotidoi, Wutnrduyllevlew. "I'm old soldier" JOB.: II. 'tILl..>L\N',
+ of time by an .
TRADE MARKS kept for any length cover- "Where from?" TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. m, (aarilliui tnt Marlv' Tlllman, Infant
yy DESIGNS __ log closely.) When required for use. ,
CorvniOHT 4c. dissolve In the proportions of one "Soldiers' home at Togas""lYeil
A. ;-iM.lliiK a(liirtph and rtomrlptlon, may tablespoonful to a gallon of you may come in," says th The following are the time nf arrival Ojrile 8teiiiuIii| I.lno.
ea..rteln: oor opinion' fr.* whethur. anI /f rounding saint "but I don't know as the ploce'l and departure of pnnncnger trains to and -
I* priibahlT-nAlfiitriihlc < mmnanlrn- half teacupful to a
using a
.i,:I.:tlr<- ntllontlVu.: HiinilnookunPiitantaIMilttnt C//J'D7J''i/ hot water suit "-Kennebec Journal. from Tltuavllle: Ticket nod reservation via the Clydefltenmaulp
t'''''.. Inch Apply> once In two weeks you.
Hiianr* for Heourtntt P" six pot. : t
SOUTH 1tIJIt2I D. Hot b secured of Cliaa
''a .II..n tbrnnvh Munn A Co.; receive boa of the genuine can 5
.'' .' H.HC. wiihom cimrwa, la tua 'This 'p'tore! la oa arse? j Tablets by pouring the solution on to the soil. Lea"Tltn lll" r Laxative Drorno-Quinme not on the plant varying' the amount Stops the Cough InMniMdlat point at I & ,

Scientific JJm rkan.A th. remed ttat r*.- .. "..*.. '" -"* 4.7Foley's used according to the size and vigorof and work) off the Cold. i .O*T BOT!
''',drnmelr flnatr./sd we.51r. J..t .Ir. and also the size of the [LeanTlteavlll.for.xaabeoavlilesad: I '
thlt plant l Croroo-Qulnlne Tablets cure a lAtpm.:
.axatlve
'1 of .n, arientlee 1mtrn'". Term.3 a InMrmMllaM polnta at fM Foley's Honey na Tar
ii. uld aysle new.d.I.nL Honey and Tar pot.-Cor, Rural New-: Torker. .. __ roldID one daft Xo. Cure, No Pay. Tltnvrlll. .. for Hanforil <. TKVta.ni: I .

MU'Nrr&n Co aeBra.dwsl.NewYork' cures colds, prevents pneumonia :I'rlce2.'fcta. taint TltnarUl from Baoforil 1 120 ,.m 'for chiJdrcasafesurc. Arot>pAar i

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8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE. MAY 2. 1804.
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JAMBS.: I'RITCHAKD, President; WM. M. EKOWN, Vlce-Presld, |

t EAST COAST ADVOCATE.Jk HARMONIZING-DEMOCRACY. Notice C. 8. ScnrnrLKB: CashIer. <


A recent speech delivered by.Mr. ,
INDIAN RIVER STATE
BAN
Jk >O<7 &.Ab .VOTBD TO TBM DBVoruBxi1 ';" David U. Hill, in New York, may !
LAIR .
BIVBB
or 'I'll. iKDtiir
WOBTB AKD>KU.rH' 1I."BOnO... be taken aa a fair Index of tbe pop- Each day It (grows warmer. You
g ular feeling now pervading; the democratic wl11 need a Summer Suit before the COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

t I'UBLlSU.lUJ KVBBTQJIABIXI i'BID4" ranks. The democratic hot weather Is pant.. Buying one I Authorized capital. $1OOC

press throughout the eountryhastaken now you get more wear out of your [ Paid up capital $25

: H. WALiON, Editor .& 1ubUshei, up the theme of a united \ Investment, say nothing about tbe __ -lCN: ; Average deposits, $100

democracy, and Air.\ 11111' speech I' .- comfort.you will enjoy by wearing : = 1. -&'

IMioontlDuauca. of lulvU. must be iujle p.r, hag been made the key note of all pne of our 3-ptece nutti," made expressly I" -- """ :;; i

L .... Dually at(hi*olHo or by welting.Obeoic editorial expressions. That the \ \ % for Florida wear at prices Transacts a General Bank
/
bulk of democracy is swing \
great lower than like garments have ever ; .
.e o., mar be made payable to<: ALI ing from the Kansas City d ,I Business
away ,
been sold. We can show a
'. you ,
H. WALTON, pubUiher. becomes each I I 1 '
yi platform more
m l.t strong linen aft wool suits from '
.a.44.'e.. alt ooromunloatloB to day. Silver: will hardly be .men V I T5.80 to $10.00 thoroughly tailored l '. Largest and Oldest Bank on the Ri]
If tioned In the and I .
BA8T COAST ADVoo.A.l'BV' : next campaign, and neat patterns ID pin stripes. Exchange bought and sold on all Forego
_ will : I .
all the populistio planks be I? Countries.
TITDIVTU.B I'Lm:". A; large assortment of Negligee ;
: ripped out, and old.tlme democratic -:. !R ,, --
'. $,A. Shirts, at popular pi Ice*. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
'--- -- -- --- ,
timber inserted therein. From
: '. ., -Men'slow out shoes In new shapes treatment,and every favor consistent with ,
of south north and have \ / : servative banking grantea.CORRESPONDBNTSI .
the
U S. Department Agriculture east, west a In patent leather and canvass-comfort I! .,.. ) .
'come numerous expressions of en. \ I 1x$
Weather nurea.u..Jupter, Fla. \. S for hot weather. Seaboard National Bank of >ew York,
thusiastio sympathy for the harmonizing '' 1 "4 New lines In ladles Oxfords and -. .? *:'iJ! National Bank of Jacksonville, Fla.

The following$ is a comparative state movement now in opera S Sandals. ',VI.TVSVILLJi:9: ; FLA.

,J jnent; of temperature and rainfall for the tion. Each. succeeding year finds ., stitch and lace lisle la hose
weekending Tuonday, .A PI"il. 20, 1003. the south and east growing more ; ; Drop -- -- --
; and half hose.very cool wearing ar

ATB. MAX.-19021901 MIN. MAX. lflN.i Identical in their manufacturingInterests Holes of apparel. x SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMP N'
l and them
33 80 71 75 67 harmony among Mall orders receive our special attention.
I 24 82 CIS 71) 12 I, something to be desired.Tbe'tarilfquestlon ) I -.-

1L 35 82 71 78 73 will, undoubtedly R. W. RHODES The Clothier Titnsville. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
HO' 79 63 72 .
26 enter largely into the coming ,
27 84. 64/ 74 <00 _
2H 83 74 164 06 campaign, thus fighting over again -_ ___ -
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4 21* 88 78 78 60 he matter of tariff reform as in ....
'Total rainfall for the week' : .T GENERAL DIRECTORY. Vitriflfcd! Paving and Sidewalk Brick
F 1802. In consideration of the tarif FLOWER AND TREE .....
Departurefrom normal rftlafaU 'lor the question, it fs to be hoped the -

from week:normal minus rainfall 0.07 inches.' since January Departure 1 democrats will not declare the old Keep begonias where the, nlr is not U. 8. LANA OFFICE: Offices foot of hogan Street, Jacksonville! Florida. Telephone No. 2

Issue of "tariff for too dry. mid they will not drop their H. B. Chubb. .. ............ .............Regliiter. .-
minus' 4.28 Inches. revenue only, leaves. W. Q. ,Rol.lnaoo.... .... .........Receiver.Oltlces J. K. M UNN :RLTN, general :Manager.
fl 1fAL. P. HAKDIN Observer. but will adopt some.mlddle ground at OalnesvtlIe Florida.
''Ju watering: house plants", (mat-lent I
and rid of free trade.
__ thereby get V. 8. SENATORS.
--- -. Ism on the one hand and extreme should be given to soak the loll thor J. P..r..l. at.rro....... .. _... .... ....Jic, *.onvllle.
_ the oUa'hl 8. It. Mallory. ......... ......... .........1'ennacola.U. & Baker
beautiful to
IT Is a sight see protection on the other. That the MeMurray
A tree Is
and oleanders nearly dormant In winter( B. CONGRESSMEN. ,
at
magnolia trees country is growing tired of a high especially one that baa been lately' Robert w. Davis........ .. .......... ..Palatka.S. ,
V this time of year, for they look very : protective tariff is evidenced bv transplanted. .M, Sparlituan..b.<... .........Tampa.FLORIDA .

gorgeous in their mass of blooms. the increasing discontent in republican Plants In a' dormant state require LEGISLATURE 401-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
E.N. Pimlok,I'alm Beach..Senator.!
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ranks. So manifestly has very little water .during the winter. K. B.lUularion, Fort Pierce,.. .Kepnsentative. Headquarters for-
the of discontentment shown and an excess will :
TUB recent great gathering of spirit
Confederate veterans at Dallas, itself that republican leaders are Drenching; roaebnabes with strong Wm. fl. Jenntnfn .. ........ ...Goveinor.Jno. Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

Texas, reveals the fact that there considering how the tariff mIght quassia ton Is a good curative of bugs Jam. L..Cra.Pfor.L..Secretary. U. Whititald:::. :: :: ::. Treasurer.of State. ,

of the old soldiers be modified, without special detriment and other destructive Insects a n4t pests. WIU. H Lunar.... ....... ttorDe.aeneral. and Sundries."KELLY" .
are yet .... rEbllo
many W. N. SlieaM..... .. ftapt. Inntractlop.
To
living but they are old-many of to the big manufacturers.If root cuttings quickly fill a saucer H.K.McLln.........Comuiinioaer Agrloulttire.AlonioC SOLID RUBBER
; full of earn!, into which' the slips Cronm... .. .. Comptroller. TIRES put on your whee:
tony ? -
them are really decrepid. In a the republicans take the initiative i be J.Clifford R.Fiwter::::::: :::Adjutant-General.; ;: : .
set.
the sand the consistency
Keep
and reduce tbe, tariff them John Hntttfortl... .. .... .... ....Survejor-Oenerali at short notice.:
few more years all the Union and of mud, R.E. RcHoe. ........... ... ...... State Chemist.
Confederate veterans: will have selves, the democrats, will have losta Never give up a decaying; rosebush Offices at Tall"h8ll.l'lorlda. .

passed away, and an entirely new fine opportunity to. strengthen until you bave tried watering It two or SUPREME COURT JUDGES. '

generation will take their" place.I the party, for there can be no three times a week wIth soot tea Cor ilVT.n Carter..Aec1ata M'bry............. .. .. .".Chief Justice.Justice. DUPONT, &. MIDDLETON.

How swiftly doe*" time race doubt that tariff will\ be all the abort time.Rcpottlull. ... ............ .... _." .

talk when the big fight comes off. of plant. become nece RAILROAD COMSIIS8IOJTEHS.H. -DEALERS IN- I

What we need to win the next contest sary for two reasons-the plant uses .E. Day, chairman.... .. .. .... ....Gainesville.
: 3.L. Morgan... ... .. .. ... ... ........Jasper.
will heave the
On, YES! Politics 1 is a complete unity. -The-two up the available fertility In the soil :J. M. Bryao ... ........ .Klmlmnn-v.

_ bosom and quicken the pulses of great parties are so evenly matched and fills the pots with roots. John i,.quarters Neele, :,.jr.and, ftjnrk.offices.at. .Tallahassee.j. Arraula.Heau I'la. .. i YELLOW PINE LUMBER

I : many men from this date until the in strength,that a split in either To prevent crotched trees from splitting !! CIRCUIT COURT. QO.SLINGSVILLE, FLA.

; ballots are counted. After the: faction means defeat to the disorganized after they come Into bearing twist Minor 8. Jones Titniville..Circuit Judge

count! some men will flnii that other body, sum and certain. and fasten two small limbs together. J. 1>. Hefrps, (Orlando. ....>n>.....cutlog Attorney Our saw mill Is located at Wawa on the St.I.ucie Rlverv 281 miles south o
_ and the It will Bprlmf Term-Fourth Monday In April.
as stem
: men have lied unto them, and With David B. Hill for presidentwe grows prevent Fall term-Fourth.Monday In November. Jacksonville,. and we are now ready to receive orders. quote prices and make quid
4 splitting.
political depression will knaw at do not see why (democrats everywhere ot BREVARD COUNTY Ct.URT. delivery, either by rail or water transportation.
t V their vitals Duval county is getting should not together and Cuttings quick growing herbace A.D. Penney.......... .... .... ....COUDty Judle. .
get on* plants like heliotrope. verbena ... ... '
James B. Andrews. Prosecuting Attorney DUPONT & ailDOLETOX. Goslingsvllle Fla.
to be, the warmest part ofFlorida. march' on to glorious victory. i He phlox geranium. root quickly, chryn.antlicnjuma A.. A. Stewart....... ... .. .. . County Clerk. < ; ,

Il '. political field, and the reports is a tower of strength in New York, quickest or all. Choose Spring Bummer Term Tsrm-Secon.i-Second MC\ '/I'l.In: In May.August.

il ;, from a 13-inch gun can be a1'1011. exceedingly popular through. cuttings when the plants are.moat vig- Fall Term-Second Monday.: In.NoTrmber..
Winter Term-Second Monday In February.
heard away down-in Brevard and out the South. For Mr, Bryan we orous. : .
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R.
'r Dade. have profound respect, but his poU E. Mime, MaSllr 's Paints.
quaint .Plea For m P..I... Superintendent..Ilotxaventure. I
_ p _ _ Member! J. M. DIxon, chairman TitusvilleiH.
tics! views do not accord with the
All sorts of special pleas have been N. Andrews Cocoa| Q P. Pl.Its, 1'.ortJ'l.roe. ,? .
KANSAS, Nebraska and Missouri great mass of the democratic party, made iu applications for pensions. One COUNT COMMISSIONERS.!

1 ,have been sweltering in a hot wave, and to follow him again means national of the most ludicrous was made In .1. R. Walker, chairman Tltnsrlllej; John R ,, ARK TUB: BEST. SOLD DY
l the disaster. By all means let Portland.: When the applicant wa Mlot Inrilanola; R. A, Conkllnir, Tllliimn;John
while Florida-especially along C Jones, Wood ..,;1.1. Frank Hull, WhIte City.Regular ,
East Coast. from Jacksonville to us start right in. 1904. asked navy, la be be said ever served"No." In Asked the army as or to montb. ..ellon..re boll firstMonday lu each c:;;.E:<> GE :F. :E>>.A.J: >X>>ISC>1'1"

Miami-Is limply delightful in its 1 BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. .
wbat grounds lie based his applicationon 1 THE LUMBERMAN
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climate, as is nearly always the The unusul large crop of tomatoes be said that be was In eastern Oregon D.Penney TI ".vtllel';; ..... .County Judge.! ,
.. ....
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.
Ja E. Andrew j Pro. Att y. EAU OALLIE, FLORIDA.
;iF case. If better or more healthy shipped from Miami in the when the Indiana went on the A. A. Stewart Titusutile..County Clerk.J. .

climate be found than Florida months of March and is In F. ... .......Tax Ancesnor.K. .
.I can April, warpath; that making for a point of' :. W.wootentcoco.-.... ... ..Tax roiieotor.
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we do not know where it is. Para largely responsible for the good safety he and some other men were attacked 1 11', H. Hoye.Tltusvllle... ".. .. ..'......Treasurer.. .

dice may be a successful competitor times prevailing la that prosperous by the Indiansone, of tbe other J.R.(B.>. Fries Minis,TItusyille..County Honaventure.... .. Supt.11ih.Inst.Surveyor H. A. HODGES.... .

men being killed and another wounded. .... .. ........ .
or, but no. other place stands a city. Not only tomatoes but cucumbers J.P.; Drown,Titnsville Sheriff.T. Manufacture of
of show in with and beans also have been He escaped on account of the flectnesi dot ) .J.Cocksbutt LaGrange.Reg istratlon Offioer, ,
comparison
ghost a and Yellow Pine Lumber.
his home but tbe encounter caused TITCSVILLK TOWN COUNCIL. ..Cypress ..
It Florida.. shipped in large quantities.. The him such excitement that be bad bad J. M. Dlxonmayori R. E. Mmls, :jr.' munhsl .
ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Beads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
farmers are happy and the merchants nil tax collector W.B.! Branoiiir( clerk and
occasional fits ever since and on account treasurer! John Henry, tax assessor John R. their building ic
Any one contemplating shedding pineapples or oranges!; or
: ,JET everybody remember that are Joyful. of th.'Ot. be thought he was en. Walker. V.A.and Mnriran.J. L. (Oarmtlient O. .. ... ottuncilmen, H.OVanlandlnftham a'-7 part of Florida, would do well to.write for prices. The saw mills are located

7 ; Tuesday, July tbe 15th, baa been titled to a pension.-Portland Orego- The council meets Ant Tuesday in each month.TITUSVILLF. at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. ;1'. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any

'ti fixed as the day for holding tbe You never beard of anyone using Foley's nlan. BOARD OF TRADE. part of the East Coast. Address: U. A. hODGES, Buffalo Bluff F'a

election Flori..ala. Honey and Tar and not being satis O. M. Rohblns,president).'.M. Dixon, treasurer. .
ii primary throughout fied. Hold by Q. K. Wilson A: Son.DovulM Webster .nd nimrmtll. .J. O. Beat secretary. Meets second Wednesday -
t Study over the men who have Disraeli once met Daniel"Webster at night in each month at their room.

Announced themselves as candidates a time when American statesmen were FREE.: AND ACCEPTED MASONS. S :Bond Lumber: Co.

and vote for those whom you .. rrlnt... ro'rer visitors In England than they Indian RIver Lodge, No.00.holds Its meeting

believe to be honest and trust.. Stephen A. Douglas though( : not now are. "lie seemed to me," "Dlaz," tbe month second at their and fourth lodge room.Friday-evening near court of house each, -'Dealers In-

I worthy." Capability, should, of recognized lilt such by the era Ct. wn a reported. "ft complete Brother Jonathan at TtfO o'olock-p. .in. J. R. Walker W. M.l 1
be taken into one time printer. Th itory of how he. -a remarkable twang and all that F. A.Morgan Sec'y.ORDER
I always conideration
course for an honest man and "Lonff JoUn" Wentworth 'caftie together lie also( goes to tbe lev-ee" added Dig- OF EASTERN!: STAR. : Rough and Dressed Lumber Brick Lime Lath

may on n printing proposition Is still rnell. strongly accenting tbe last syl Friendship Chapter,No. 11, holds Its meeting ,
not be capable filling the office In the Masonic Lodge room, Titnsville. on the ,
afloat, hut In such close'qunrtors that lable. "Dizzy" nevertheless noted tb first Tuesday In: each month 8.30o'clock p. m.i CEMENT, SHINGLES ETC.
J to which he aspires. It I Is not often beard Sir. Wentworth American orator's "fine brow and beetled and the third Tuesday In each month at TOO
o'clock p.m. .The follovrlnKare the officers of Whether wants be large or small, advise us. Our goods, owing to high
was printing The Democrat In Chicagoin deep set eyes. but It was Sydney the lodge M... 0.M.Robblna,worthy matron| year
: THBKB be that 1838 and struggling; to remove ..n Smith who declared of him that no Or. B. R. Wilson, worthy patron; Mr*. M. R. quality and low prices, owing to large stocks kept constantly on band, will
no question
can Wilson associate matron; Mr. F. A. Morgan, ""
: tie Ftillllpinoa\ have been subjected indebtedness of about 1000. Douglas man could be so wise a. Daniel Web trearnrert 1<1..... R. O. Scrlmfreonr: MC"'I' "please you, and save you money.S. .
f called on him one day and until tbnt he ster looked. Miss Kate Stewart oondnoties0; Mr*
to at the hands of ,associate O. W.Scohlo. C. VANLAND1NGHAM
outrages our bad ifbme Hughes COD"uctrel'LMn.: Manager.
handbills be
b that muBt prInt. Adah) Mrs.J. R. Walker Roth I Mrs.F. A. .
cldiere, and Congress should spare ed at once. ........ at a Star, Morgan Esther; Mrs.J. L.Carruther, Martha TITUSVILLE .. FLORIDA.
V no pains to rectify the matter as "All right." answered Mr. Went. "Madam." sold the facetious boarder, Stewart Mr. T.,T.Bleota.Wetmora. Marshall; Miss Zandia
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i'' ': far as possible. The present civilization worth. "but the facilities of this office "tbls turkey reminds me of a steadllj _

will not tolerate a warfare are limited. 'Do yon want ten or a hundred waning dramatic star." Notice. Peninsular & Occidental -

conducted on the "water cure" and of these bills?" "Well" said the landlady, "I snppos Steamship

devastation of town principles.War The "Little Olant" said be believed :yon want somebody to ask you why,"
,
: CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE SEVENTH JU. .
United States Faat Mall Routes for
200 or pce'hltplIlIIOre would,be needed. "Decau e. said the facetious board. IX
ie. so demoralizing that a long dlclal Ircult of Florida, In and for Brsvanl
MVer/ well.'* was the response. "You er, 'It conies on In smaller and yel County.J. I KEY WEST CUBA AND THE WEST! I.VUlSS: VIA MIAMI AND PORT TAMPA.] FIA.Proposed .
is almost result in
t campaign sure will have to turn printer yourself If mailer parts."-Cleveland Plain Deal D.VanDeman. "ICoinpliitnant I tailings in effect on date nhown. .Subject to Change and postponement without nolle
that will afterwardsbe '
practices ever yon expect to get them today." er. -Vol- VatephanleM. 10 Chancery MIAMI-HAVANA: LENE. Commencing January 1.1002:-8. 8.1tlaml.L..lll1aml. .
regretted. We wonder what Thdblll wee setup and placed on the .Morton I .Snns., Weils.... ... .. .. ....11:20 p.m. I Lv/TUvana.Tura.. Frl.... ... ..12:00 noon.
.i4 General Weyler thinks of the water band preta. Then. Douglas was given A Real 1'(1.' .Tall George| W.Morton et al.J Ar.Ha".u>a. Mon.,Thllr.... ....... 11:00 p.m. I| Ar.MIami. W..... htlt... .. ... ....... 8:DO I, m.
in Dublin time since An alfldarll having. been filed In this Conrt WEST-HAVANA LINE. Jan.B,1SOJ "8. 8. Olivette.tM otte-
a some TAMPA-KET Commencing -
administered bow handle paper PORT
: etc. Instructions ttrt
to
cure our
as by special hv the attorney for the complainant, stating the *
was a bloKrnphlcul notice of RObe. belief of the sltlant that the shovn defendants I...Port Tampa.,.''Toes, "IPrln tSnns.. 8:30 a m. I Lv.Havana,*Wc : soldiers! ? Ink: roller.: A big nproa was put on Sumuanle' M. Morton and Geortce W. Morton are Ar. Key West, .I.U....'''rll.tSuna ...It :9)I"m.J I Ar.Key Went, -Woil.,'8..t*, t>Ion.... 9:30 p.m"
him. and be performed the tnenlnl pierre which coucltyled as follows: : each:of them over the age ot:21 yean and reside Lv., Key Went.. *Tiu..*Frl>, tHnne.....U.oo n'n. fLv, Key West,*Wels,Sats.t..on..l0OO p.m.
work of roller boy inking the types "Tbls extraordinary man left no children : without the State of Florida. to-wlti Iu the CUT Ar.Ha..an ,--WeU,13ats,t.Moii. .... II:00 .m. | Ar.Port Tampa""Tlluri'Hunt: rTue t:30 p.m
A man is not necessarily a hope. behind him except one brother of >ew York State of New York. T IAMI-NASSAU LIXE-Connnenclng April 1,1003-.S.Martlnque.I.T. .
while }11' :Wentworth :worked theores. Now, therefore, It Is ordered that yon, Stephtiils ... ... .... .. -00 ,
2 in
I I. Toe
less idiot because be fails .M(.ini.Moos \Vecl,Sata. .2:OO ) Nanan ,Tbnn. Bats. p
do. Neither to is see he .. who was killed at the same. time. apiwar, M.to Morton the bill, and of complaint you, (feorge cin,file.r. Morton In this, Ar.Nassau,Tuei,Tburi,Sale.... ... .. 11:30 I.m'l|Ar.Mia..l, Weds, FrI.,Son., ............2: .O0". m.
things as
you oaiiite" at the rlt-rk's\ Olllue of this Court In TI- Commencing April M, 1903. \
an enemy of mankind he can not 1 tusvllie Florida on the I. Lv. Miami,April 11,.April I", April 25..2MM> pun. 11 v. Nassau. April U,April 19, April M..2OOpm.Ar .
ANNOUNCEMENT.; Reveals Great Secret.It '. .Miuuiui April 11: April" 19,AprU W.'|30.a.ni>| Ar,Miami April 13,April SO.&prlll1; see: a.m.
; ; subscribe to your wild and absurd SECOND DAT OF JuNE, A. D. 1903.
Is often asked how such startling MIAMIKETWEST LIXECoiniuencriDj: December, -8.8.City of Key Weet.
t. political tenenta. The local bowler FOR COUNTY COUMISSIO ER. cures that purzle tbe best physicians anT proceed order thereafter will 1 be :as yon may lie advlved. Lv. )Miami Moni.'We'lK, Fal'*....... ..11 20 p.m. |I.T.Key"Wm-t,To....Thnm, Bate........ 30 p.m.
V pnbllHhpd.within I little rielay ,
who continually cries "wolf" when W'E. the taxpayers: of tile 6th District are effected by Dr. King's New Discovery M mar be.In the FAST COAST ADVOCATE Ar. KerWMtTuMTbara,8at>...... 2 IIOp. m. | Ar. Miami, W d..Fri., Buna. ... ... ... BMa-mv
week for four' 90th:Meridian Standard! 'Time that shown for Nasasu It local, or
bnnn based except
there Is wolf delude -him once a consecutive 'Weele., and a Above on
for
no may earnestly desire the re-election of J. F. Consumption. Here's the secret. It cop hereof shall. within twenty days from this Nassau time.
elf Into the idea that ho is a pub. Dell for the office of County Commissioner. cuts ont the phlegm! and germ-infected U.IM be mint by snail loeacb of the above defendant This abrogates pr rlon..notion. CHARLES t, MTERS. Manager
lie benefactor but in the estima. Mr. Bell has proved himself a rnuous, and lets the life giving oxygen *at their 8dd..III".0: In the silidavi;.and v'acluonvilla,flaJanuary 1, I00'J. JacktoartUa, f la.
another copy posted at the Oonrt House door ofJirwvard
enrich and heals
good boneet straightforward member vitalize the blood. It .
lion of thinking men'he is only a of the Boari. lIe haa done more for the Inflamed, cough-worn throat and l"m,and ordered at the Hark' Office'at 71tusrlllo -J

producer of strife. Bitterness seldom !rood road In the pineapple section of lungs. Hard eolda and stubborn coughs Florida,this the autb day of April'

-wins a contest, but cool!, Determined JlrcvarJ than any other Commissioner soon yield to I>r. King's New Discovery, [t-9]A !>., IJttl. A. A. STEWART. fine Job Work Executed
and unflinching we have ever had and it Is hoped by hi. the most infallible remedy for all throat n Clerk Circuit Court BrevarU C'ouuty.; Quickly
? courage, many well-wishers tbat he will be nominated and lung diseases. Guaranteed bottles

combined with conservatism, finally at the coming Mto\ ) and *1. Trial bottles free at B. R. CALL A'" TAYLOR'S PHOTOOKAPJT. .

always proves victorious. primary.VOTERS.: Wilson A: Son's drag store. Gallery.'l"ltunUle,and look at samples.W AT THE ADVOCATE: OFFICE J

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Hobe Sound.. Eden. GEORG MARX.
JOHN MARX.
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,purdy erected.U having another handsome for Chas an extended Mast left trip, on north.Wednesday's train 1VI.A.R.: ]8:8: <>8..

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it Allen will erect a flne residence on A. D. Merwln Is having a wind mill The Finest Cake WHOLESALE GROCERS

,..1 side property. and tank put up 0111 his place, John Miller

and Mrs. Augustus Pltou and Miss that la It In will charge be well of the done.wOI'k-a guarantee w
IB New York.
e are now Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
Mrs. T, A. Snider bare Mrs. Chas. S. Schuyler, Miss L. M .
their Is made with
Lthelr houseboat and gone to u.Brown Lei,' Mrs. W. A. Bossey and Mrs J. Royal Bak-
our neau and son, spent several I '
eels Cincinnati, days at West Palm Beach, last week. Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

*. A. completed.Solder's $8,000 It; in residence a beauty, will and 'Tin said by those who know, that to ing Powder. Always light
; be to this section. see the moon rise on the St. Lucie River WE 'CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.
relit Is worth
any amount ot labor and trouble
imonirtlio many ,Jmprovements beingi. -even If one baa to climb hills and sweet & wholesome. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY..
a new wharf, and we,will soon housetops. pure '
rail station. Seed Potatoes, Seed, Peanuts and Cow Peas In season ag
way
..t new
Archdeacon B. F. Brown conducted I
Ill. more than probable that J. H.at Services at St.:: Paul's church, last !Sunday : 'L" ,-We solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.

Till build a storehouse at hobo afternoon. Many who would gladly _._____._____.__--c- ___ ,-- ,- -- 7
nd's new rail way station have attended, were detained at home '

frha residence of Augustus Pltou, of with severe colds. Melbourne. I v Eau Gallle.V The Fruits of Co-operation. PAY YOUR DEBTS

I"" York, id completed. but a large The good: citizens of Stuart Invited all Something of an Idea of the magni- t

le for Irrigating purposes, and a fine the neighboring settlements to join them Rain" Is tide of the business! of the United The Methodist Advocate under the

at bouse are being added to the pro. In a pionlo at the club-house, on the GOODS Agent for& 'Aetna OOODK., liontton-Real and K:state lilverixtoi and Loans and wanted In this section. (states Steel corporation and Its ranking heading, "Pious Scamps," miys:

t.I1' beach, May\ 1st. Eden made great prep Kioha: ,rroviilenco W* hinK on, and, Ann Firs The steamer Oregon/ of Daytona, passe Importance among the sources of "Just at this time our country needs a ,
arations, and was there in force. Insurance Special attention lal<1to th ed south_ Wednesday mornings; religion that will make a man pay his
race foreaeb5fte interests of nonresidents.HdTKt. the lIutl u'. wealth In. shown by tUannouncement dobts. Shouting will not settle old, accounts
Inn! o Mr. Grant Mr. and Mrs.A. D. Merwln left on Sun The steamer Spartan broke her crank durIng
Us net
Lwh, which will be ready for him and day mornlcg for Rockledge, for visit ofa CARLETON-Will close May Int., De pin'causing.her' to lay up for repairs. that profits with God or man We bounce
right: on a fellow and him out of the-
family when they return from their few days. Mr. Merwin will lightful spot to spend winter or summer Located the past year reached the enor* put
accompany
i his on high 1 rmiir overlooking the Indian Quite a number of our townspeople attended The Steel church If he !goes to a bull or theater, but!
e In Liverpool, England, next: : win- grandmother Mrs. Wm M. Merwin, River Terms moderate.FBAKK the Valcntlne-l allou wedding. tuous sum of 111000000. never say n word to the pious old scamp t:
to her home in Mllford, Conn., returning; ROBRUTDOM: I'roprletor. corporation claims about 80'per cent of who never his debts. Preacher

I ffa have had some enjoyable social will In about visit three weeks; while Mrs. Merwln Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE The steamer Emma T.. was Inspected the entire Iron and steel output of (the and people pays who do not pay their debts ,,tj
,
among friends until' her hus Wednesday, by the local Inspectors Shaw
tties hole the past season; but when band's return. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be and country. If this be true and It be assumed are doing the church more harm than
i pencer
canal between Jupiter and Lake received at the Melbourne PostofBce. ; that tho outside concerns have dancers, for there are more of them In }
Lrth bas been dredged, there will be C. A. Robinson has about completed a The steamer Canaveral, of the Banana the church. Reader ore we getting close

nly I times at lobe Sound. during the tenant bouse on his place, and Is now Messrs Cecil and Jlrnlnnrd, of Valkarla, River mall line made a trip to Fort made the some average profit, tho total to yon? Then lay down your paper and l
inter soason. hard at work at an extension to his packing were In town on 'fuedday.1Ira.lIIontpomel'Y. Pierce on Sunday and Monday.The net revenues for the Iron trnde as a go pay up, and read on with case And
house. '1'. G.. McMullen Is buildinga hover whole have amounted to some $135,. UOn't you atop paying because the 'stat
passengerss on the East Coast Railway of Melbourne Beach yacht Capt. Nero Footman, I
ute of limitation'
new packing: house J. U. LeTour- excuses the open account -
jna frequently form an erroneous IrnmHioa neaa has\ a oar of lumber with which he left for the north on Monday.Rev. has gone out of commission for the summer 000.000 during the lust twelvemonth which you made for bread meat. l
of Robe Sound, from the view at Hodgson Bros', boat yard. *. This Is nearly twice the
You for It
will make an extension to his packing Weatberwax: : has returned from must pay in cash or God will 4
mj get In passing. At present passen- house, build a tenant house, etc. Car- his visit to Tampa, delighted to get back Contractor Alex Near la busv making sum which the treasury took In make you pay for It In fire and brimstone. ; '
iit get off the train at Jupiter, where penters are busy now from morning/ tonight to the East Coast Improvements to tbe Indian River Inn, during the fiscal year 1001. It Is Ood knows no such excuse for not eying i
iej are mAt by a launch and carried to and all the small boys and girls by adding more windows and a pteaaant equal to a quarter of tho entire year's as 'homestead eiemptlon.' When
obe Sound. loin in the hammer chorus, by making; flurry Gates and sister, Miss Eva veranda. you raise that excuse to Keep from pay-
pneapple, crates.SIphtaeers Gates, have returned from their cruise receipts of the federal governmentfrom Ing debts you can atop singing 'When I .
TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS.- down the river to Ankona. Harry Cole engineer of the steamer all sources aud more than half can rend my title clear to mansions In
motion the which : in Jensen one* evening last, Spartan has been confined to the house was collected the skies' You've
with
week were treated to an a high: fever. Engineer; Thompson
amusing sight.
kept In place In the body by delicate The children around the soda fountainwere sisters, left on Thursday for their home I* filling his place during his Illness. from customs during the twelvemonths Brother, It this you
This is the that
tachments. reason In St. Joseph Mich. We to
hope see ending last December.
jvelors, trainmen, street oar men, team. so annoying as to exasperate the them all next winter. Mr. and Mrs. E. Stiokney and Mrs. Capt. J. Q. Walton's furnished ..cot
wand all who drive very much suffer gentleman; in charge, who made a dash Canfield and Miss'. Htlckney: will leave for From these comparisons the true pro- tage for rent. Apply at this 01110e.c .
(m kidney disease In some form. Fo- at them with a broom, and failed to seea Hotel Carleton closed on the 1st of May. Clean, N. Y., to-morrow. Miss Stickney portions of the iron trade Income are
Kidney Cure strengthens the kid. dog In his way. Ha stumbled over the The McBride house Is still open to the will spend some time at St. Augustine brought Into clear view. No other In.
nand cures all forms of kidney and dog; tbe dog ki :yled, the kids yelled, the traveling publio. Melbourne needs a on her way to her home in Lynn, Mass. rTbo ADVOCATE does job printing, ;
It In
adder disease Geo. II, Hausao, loco- bystanders laughed, and dust envelopedthe large new hotel for next: : lIe son. dustry comes anywhere near polut
scene. There was a confused flutterof Miss Singleton has purchased window of profits. The mining and transportation
Lima O. writes "Con- THE
engineer, :> Dr. and CLYDE LINE
Mrs. Somers Miss Cook and
shades for .
the
legs, arms broom and dog and then school with the money
,
vibration of the engine caused me :Master Sherman cf coal hold second place, and cot. :
Somers have returnedto -
the man disappeared, and an echo floated left over from the flag fund. The school
greav& deal of trouble with my kidneys, back, saying: "I'll never try to bring up Melbourne after a mostenjoyable visit term closes this week We hope this enterprising ton manufactures probably hold 'the i iI One of the lights Jacksonville at the ,
id I got no relief until I used Foley'sIney with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Moore at JCroll-:!
the neighbor's children any more." lady will return to us next. : : I third present time Is to witness tbe departure
Cure. Sold by Wilson' & Son. doune Inn, lioseland, season. I No doubt the essential' reason for of the Clyde tlilps from their dock 'at! ; F

A LESSON IN HEALTH,-Healthy Mrs Ella Palmer and her daughter, ,The yacht Princess cleared yesterday the great excess of the profit In the the foot of Hogiui Strejt. Each ship departing 'r

Stuart.Born kidneys filter tho impurities from the Mrs. Cbas. G. Perry, have returned to for a cruise down the coast On board steel and Iron.trade over thorns of other from this pn.t Is full of tourists ; V
and! homo the former
I loud, and unless they do this good their homes In Washington/ D. C., and were Mrs. J. A. Gilbert and son, J. Arlln- InduHtrfea Is that the cost of manufacture to their Nothern people, homes and the returning latter
health Is impossible. Foley's Kidney Waycrosa, Ga., after a delightfull visit ton Gilbert Miss Rose Rocbaler, Miss
to Mr n;Mrs. Noah Parks, on Cure makes sound kidneys and will) positively with Miss Eaton In Melbourne Nelda Kochsler, Miss Hodgson Miss has been vastly lessened by the The going line away service nn of business the and Line pleasure. 0
has
r20th, a daughter. cure all forms of kidney and bladder Last Wednesday morning the launch Besttle Hodgson: .(no. E. M. llocignon,. system of co-operation which now pre certainly been patronized Clyde during the .

I?!fie will tell you about that big picnic disease. It strengthens: the whole Dream carried a large: party of Mel T,,he steamer Kathleen was charter* vails. The placing of many plants under rush of the tourist bunlness northward, J''
system. Sold B. U. Wilson & Son
i urn at the beach the next: : time we by ,, bourne friends to Bayonne Plantation to by Miss Singleton; to take her school a couiiuou management, und oper and we predict a large summer business ,
rite the ,.4DvooATE.. witness the Ballou-Valentine wedding, children and their parents for a pleasant ating them by common methods Is tbe for this popular lIn... Tbelr ships are '
Georgiana.Miss and .a number of !guests, went down In day on the ocean bench Wednesday It United States Steel the linen plying tbe Atlantic Coast, and .
of the
& Middle true secret
Dupont ton have their tow
I and
carriages buggies. was a jolly party that left our harbor lathe the table service and stateroom accommodation "t
it hauled out on the marine railway -- Miss Gill wTio has spent several 'pleas Kathleen with the school lag flying corporation's marvelous earning capac are tlrnt class In every respect. ;'

necessary repairs. : Sanchez, of St. Augustine Is ant months at the delightful home of at the mast head. ity. It furnishes a striking example) For the finest steamers and tbe best of

0. K. Wood, one of our prominent visiting Miss Eva Owen for a month or her cousin, Mrs W. T Wells, left on Geo.. F..Mllea\ of 8t.: Augustine: was of the power of the "community of In. I service we unhesitatingly recommend the .

Dapple growers, returned on Tuesday so. j Wednesday for Washington, D. C. Miss out inspecting Ramie(arlll, last weak, terest" idea when upplled to Industry, Clyde Line,-Jacksonville Metropolis.

"ning, from a trip to up-river points. Mr Clement and family had a most Sill leaven some warm friends In Mel.' and found the plants growing very satisfactorily whntwver may be the' ultimate effect

Si-President Grover Cleveland left on delightful trip to the beach and return bourne who will be glad to welcome her .under the care of Mr. W bit. upon tbe Industrial system by the general KI1AL ESTATE FOIl SALI2. '

esday morning for the north, on board last Thursday. back. acre. The first crop will be ready by the of that idea. -
ale! Lament's private oar, the Yak- Mrs. Moses of first of June. Three cuttings a year are adoption
MaryJC. Philadelphia,
a. A. B. Garter and family, E, V. Ball after several pleasant ,months In expected,' under favorable clrou instances.WILL I As Administrators of the Estate of
spent
and family made a for William Treutler tleeoased We offer at.
up picnic party Relation of Pay and Service.In ,
\\'e have Association start-/ Hotel Carleton left for
a Cemetery on Wednesday I
the beach sale the following described Real
on private
with about 20 charter members, whoI Sunday. her home. She: expects to return here CUIIE'CONSUMPTION.-. the case of Hurry O.,,Bell, the fugitive Estate belonging to said:Estate:
I apply to the State as soon as possi- Mrs. Nellie Bruner, who has spent the next winter and have the pleasure of A. Herren. Finch, Ark, writes, "Foley's receiving teller of the Riverside '
for a charter. winter with relatives here, left for her meeting; her brother, Dr. T, 11. Knight, Honey and Tar Is the best preparation bank In New York one cannot but note No. 1. .Sold. i
home at Athens, Tenn., on Tuesday. and family from Europe.nEVELATIOY.If. for coughs, colds and lung trouble. I No 2. All of HT of NE}, Heotlon21: ,
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you want a good, newsy, uptodateer know It han cured consumption In the tbe apparent discrepancy between his Township :27 South Range ;)7 East; covered
J. W. Bruner and
remember the ADVOCATE. At daughter; Winnie, their remuneration. Ac. with M '
first stages Sold by Wilson r Son.' services and water" lying In Eau Galll
pink paper office they do all kinds of and niece, Mlsa Nellie Bruner, spent A you make inquiry Hlver and Eau Jallle
Hay, containing
printing, neatly and expeditiously: : several pleasant days at the beach last it will be a revelation to you how cording to the statement of his employers about 30 acres more or less. '
week.: mauy succumb to kidney or bladder Indi nola. be hud worked for nine year Sohl. .
>anforth <& Lane have their marine No. 8.
troubles in one form or another. If the x to their perfect satisfaction. and bad
in working order and hauleda Mrs. Plum and her friend,"Mra. Hall '
way Is not beyond medical aid f No, 4, That portion of 8W#, Section
launch and a cat-boat on Tuesday.do I of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs.. Simmons, Mr. patient Cure will It Foley'sKidney The earned advancement to a position of I'ownililp 27 Month, Range .37' East, ,
euro. never disap county has been in In
a' good: business they should ad- and Mrs. Babe and little grandson Lew- surveyor great responsibility and greater temp commencing at a point 370 feet West from
Sold
dianola
points. by B..U. Wilson & Son. for a day or so, at work on the
tise In the ADVOCATE.: III, left, Tuesday, for their respective Hlldreth and Wallace places, getting the tation. At tbo end of these nine year Northeast corner,post on \4 Section lineal

fir,( and Mrs. George; Parka, Mr. and homes., correct survey of the division lines, his salary was only $17 a week.It aforesaid and 110 feet South of said 1 "

1. Benj. Parks and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. L. Bruner, wife and daughter Miss South Rockledge. which is so necessary ta the transfer of is quite within the rang* of posslblllty Section line for a stni ting point, thence
South 42: feet thence Kant 100 feet
Corbett child Beth went far Cocoa run *
and went to White as as on Tuesday property.A. .
that Bell bad been allowedto ,thence South 420 thence West
placedIn young : feet to
with Hiss Nellie where she
7, Sunday, on Mr. Corbett's launch.ay : was
had trouble with their engine. the care ctt Mrs. Plum as far aa Chattanooga Rev. R, N*, Andrew. and family took a Hlldreth has just sold the south dwell dangerously long on tbe relation 1o'ecllon I line, thence North 6:18: ft, thence ,

t reported a very pleasant trip, and where father, the' Rev. M C. ride down through the lower settlement half of the Wallace place, which Includes between his services, his abilities East 717 feet, more or less, to point 100 ,.i'
the flne Urge house, to John L. Crawford feet West of Southwest corner of plat of '
'a glowing accounts of the good jrunar, will meet her. on Sunday. him While hlsj
pros- and allegedact
of Newcastle Pa., and as It joins pay. Harno, thence Month 1BO feet, thence
ta for White City. Auntie Hughes and nieces, the Misses Our worthy county superintendent of his own grove on the north he will soon of robbing his employers of $30. East 700 feet to Went aide of J.f'.. E. O. \ "i

rhe following party went to White STellle and Beth Bruner and Winnie schools, R. E. rUms, drives span of fine have a beautiful place. Tbe house is to 000 Is wholly Inexcusable, It I. not en- Hallway rhrh f.W.", thence North on ;IJI't. '

''y on Sunday, as the guests; of Taylor Dixon: : spent a pleasant afternoon with black ponies. be repaired painted and put In fine tirely inexplicable. 'It I. of course possible West side of F. E. C. Railway right-of- \

ate' on their launch, Shamrock: Misses Mesdames Clement and Miss Catherine Mrs. A. D. Baldwin and !granddaughter shape before next winter. for to sustain life and remain way 00 feet thence. East. to point of beginning .
,ale Ledbetter, Amy Bitching, Trlxy last Wednesday. The little folks got up ; Miss Sophia, were calling on friends one excepting railroad right-of-way
chlng, Mr. and Mrs. M. C.'Laughlin, quite an entertainment, which wasbothoteresting ''bere'aq Sunday. Holds Up A Congressman."At honest on III a week-many people no through said land. Containing about 24 1

wrs. Taylor Bros., Middleton, Beck, and laughable. doubt get along fairly well on less even ores Including the County road. This t
ne, Bitching Ledbetter. They had a F. F. Taylor, a resident of Rockledge; the end of the campaign," writes In a great and expensive city like New tract has .a young grove of BOO or 6 '1
ale and an excellent: : dinner on the What Is Foley's Kidney Cure Answer: and Cocoa for sixteen: : years, took his first Champ Clark, Missouri's brilliant congressman trees on It, and an artesian well, etc. r
York-but It Is not the sort of existenceto
ride down hero "from overwork
ik of the river, and all report a pleas- It! Is made from a prescription of a lead. on Sunday. nervous) ten. No. 5. Begin at Southeast oorner ol ;'
sion loss of and able( und ambitious
= trip. lug Chicago physician, and one of the Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Roaslter also Mrs I had, about sleep utterly constant speaking It content young lot now,or formerly, owned by J. L. liar .a ,
r most eminent physicians In the country. II. P. Shares and Mrs. Wm. Young were that all tbe collapsed.la body teemed men for much more than 'Dille years, rlion, thence run South across Elbow' 1r

'obey'shoney and Tar contains no The Ingredients are the purest that money calling on Mrs. Salmon on Tuesday. out of order, but organs three bottle.my of Electrlo were perhaps Dot so long as that. Bank directors > creek to North boundary of land belong .

ates and can safely be given to child- can buy, and are scientifically combined Edmund Day and wife| after spending Bitters made me all right. It'. the best particularly those who do not IDle to Wm. Treutler, thence East along t
'. Sold by B. R. Wilson" Son. to get; their utmost value. Hold: Vi Section line which la the North boundary a I
the winter at their grove here, have returned all-round medicine ever sold over a drupgl.t' ;- maintain a careful, constant and rigid ) ,'
B. R. Wilson & Son. of Wm.TreutJer'.land to North bank
by
to their home In Saymour Conn. counter" Over worked rundownmen 4I'
oversight over the minuter details of '
of Elbow creek thence West bankof
Fort Pierce. E. A. Ilartwell and daughters, Misses health and weak and,vitality sickly women from Electrlo gain splendid Kit.. their business. could profitably( give said creek to point of beginning along, being t tin +

Rockledge.Born Florence and May, left for their home In ters. Try them. Only Mo. Guaranteed these matters a little more thought Section U, Township 27 South:! Range it
Chicago on Monday. We will miss them 37 East. This land Is covered with the '1, r
than do. If did. their
:lain Is badly needed in thls"lectlon.Jr. much by B. R. Wilson & Son. they they Indignation waters of the creek.
to Mr. and Mrs,George Glngrass, very at the infidelity of trusted subordinates
' Ilughlett, of Cocoa, was a pleas- on April 22nd, a son Mrs. II. S. WIlliam. was calling on A Fine Home For Sale. would bo loos complex than No. 6. Sold. 1
visitor In town last week. Mrs. E. M. Braes on Friday, and also Xo 7. Commence about 9 chains 35
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and left this there Is for it to be when Incidents
A. E. Hartwell family reason
[ drove down to S. F. Travis' place to links Went from Northeast comer ol
ire Hogg returned last Saturday from home get A model southern home In South end
>w days visit at Waveland. I, week, for their In Chicago. some of his nice vegetables, of Brevard county, on the Indian River, like this one are forced upon Section 20, on Section line between ejections t4 :I
Mrs. Wm. M. Merwln and sister and In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice their reluctant: attention. 17 and 20, run WettO chains 13 links, '
J. F. Wooten still taken
\, C. Dittmar, Lee Coats, and C. F. A. D. Merwln and wife left Tuesday, his An eleven mile dally ride trips to 9-roonidwelling and out-buildings. Ten theMe South 10 chain 84 ll.nka, thence
nstoad left for Tltusvllle, Monday, to home In Connecticut. grove. every South 110! degree seconds.,East 3 chains
for their acr.aln fruiting pineapples 40
md day seems. to agree with him, and he Is ; orange, One of the newest things) In New s
court. *n Tffiau Oallle River, thence follow the
Mrs. Reynolds and daughter, ef Grand making a beautiful place there. lemon, lime and grapefruit trees-most York in a one cent restaurant where .
bore of Eau Oallle River la
as. Bell went'to the Narrows, Mon- here this all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards an Easterly
' to get the books for the library, re- Rapids, Mich., spent of Mr.a few and days Mrs. R. F. J. E. Better and wife, and Mrs. II. B. and flower garden.; Will be sold at a one may get an entire meal for a pen- direction to a poln'due Sooth from placeof
,
fling Tuesday. reek guests Paxton took a ride on Sunday down to bargain. For fall partlcu lars address : ny Of course it Isn't an elaborate, beginning, thence north to point of
laich.Mr. Mr. Xaylor's and brought -Jfrs. Naylor "C." meal and consists of but one course beginning; containing 0 acres, more or +
'be Rev Dr. Moore held services in DeGIve and family who have very back with them for a few days* visit Care ADVOCATE:, Tltnsvllle, Fla. l mn. and known as the Kitchell place. t
While become l
that of might
Methodist church last Sunday, both pleasantly spent the winter here at their kfr. Better I..*one of the up-to-date orange soup. soup > No. 8. NE):$ of Section 28, Township

rnmg. and evening*. to large congrega18. cottage here, returned, this; week, to growers, and Is doing good work oil Mr. A tare Chance somewhat monotonous as I 27 South, Range 37 Kant, containing 100 .
heir Atlanta borne Da,'. groves. steady and only diet, it accomplishes acres, less railroad right-of-way.

Archdeacon B. F. Brown,of Tltusvllle, Mrs. Fannie Taylor, of Newark, N. J., 1110-100) acres;(100 feet fron tage on the primary object of eating, as experiment No. 0. X\VJ4' of Section 23, Township
Tarie
I hold services next Sunday May 4tb, who has spent the winter here the guest I Foley's Honey peculiarly Indian and Banana rivers too to 70O : *, prove that good soup Is quite 27 South, usage 87 East, containing 160

it Andrew' church Fort Pierce. All of her cousin, Mrs. C. W. Harrison left, 'adapted for asthma, bronchitis'and citrus. tree,, about half coming into sufficient to sustain life. It is possible acres, less railroad rllJb t-of.way. .

cordially invited,. Wednesday, for the north. Mr*. Taylor loarsenesn. Sold by Wilson: .sOn.r. bearing oranges: tangerines, grape that the digestion of the man who subsist No. 10. 4:1: 00.100 acres: !less railroad
\V (lerrlg, of Elizabeth J. bought took with her tbe remains of Miss Emily r fruit, kumquats, IJ, Maring mangoes, right-of-wav, being part of Lot 1 and of
lece of property from Jos. Andrews, Johnson, who died bee some three years Dade County Lane For Sale. 3' bearing avocado, 14/>H> bearing on one cent soup may be quite all XE/ of NYSj, HectlouS, Township 27 "
the family In pines 8M1 to 41x1) bearing guava" besides good us that of the man who dines on Houtb
1 is going to Improve the same. ago, for re-Interment In Range 37 East, known aa J..I*.
rry Erlich Is la Newark. grapes, banana.persimmon, a nursery canrasbuck and terrapin. Stewart place. p t tNo.
charge. For sate, cheap the northeast quarterof of <
about ,00080ur orange tree .ready "
11. Lots 17 and 19 block Towaof
southeast quarter of section, town- to bin few peach trees,3 acrvi ,
a
vegetable
Stand Like'a Stone Wall "What Thin Folks Need ship 38, south Of range 41 east; close to land, 4-inch artsf| well, largo Young Reginald Vanderbilt' insistence Eats Oal'.le.No .,;,iii?

:etween your children and the torture Is a greater power of digesting and assimilating O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on wharf, drive well soft water, 8-room on paying taxes on $200.000)( pt>r..'" ;12. Lot claIm 1. block, Town of Eau

tehlng and burning eczema fcaldbead food. For them Dr. King' St I/ucle River; 40 acres dwelling store building, packing bouse sonal I property when, be could have gof Gal lie. Quit deod for this only-

ther skin diseases How?, Why, by New Life Pills work wonders. They tone Also, the northeast quarter of north- tool: house, warehouse, 2-ton lee box, off with 911,000( looks like exemplary ,held under Tax: : Title. i"fj
ag Bucklen's Arnica Salve earth's and regulate the digestive organs, gently east quarter of section 18, township 80, 2 acres of poultry yard. Fruit this For prices and term address,
test healer. Quickest for, ulcers expel all polslons from the system, enrich south of range 41 east; on south fork of year will bring $300: to $JOO. Itenrt conduct, tboaifh' doubtless be might F. A. MORGAN and W H. JpXES,

er sores, salt rheum-- cure cuts burns or, the blood, Improve appetite, make St. Lucie River40 acres. Apply taC'HAS. : front! vegetable land will kern up grove have marked himself up still higher if As Administrators of the :Estate of Wm. 1

''ise' *. Infallible for piles., 23o at B. lealthy flesh. Only 25o: at Wilson & Son's ; H. WALTON, ..-;. ,;;*.''/ I*, A. KcMitiAir.Fla. his conscience was really. troublinghim. \ Treutler deceased. ,

llaon & Son's drug store. drug store. Tltnsvllle 11'1. & Eau Oallle Tltaavllle Florida.

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10 EAST COAST ADVOCATE MAY 2. 1902.



,: from the wnnerneas of Asru, 'Prepare "TTH EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
ye the way; make straight la the desert
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is PARADISE REGAINED.'
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a highway for our God. ,

A i I e.r I "Today Russia is literally carryingout M --- LIII
; these specifications in extending .

f her area of steel from the Baltic to the FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. ; '

Japan sea that civilization may ad.
Fruit. vance by the peaceful revolutions of

the wheel and not by the arbitrament 09 rh LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15 19]
Its quality influences of the sword. Roman roads subjugated ,

the selling price.Profitable and controlled the empire. 'OUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NOR HBOUNO.p5AO U

fruit Truly the wheel Is mightier than the SOt No. 30'S.' 36 : '
word as a civilizing agent. JJa.JI7 Daily MAIN LINE I Nn 78'x a 32''
growing insured only Following this preamble Mr. Haupi D4I17 J Daily'II ''

when enough actualPotash showed the relation: of tbe. rat ot O08 040 a Lv.. .. ....Jaakeonvtlle .. ................Ar T 00
................ Jackeonville. P e ss.lO
II .. a
t r .. ..........
n6Lv. .t
transportation to the profit to the producer t''' q OL 10 ................ .. e4 Aull".tln....,........ ......... 0 e IIJ p 847 a
and the influence severally of tbp1123a..... ....... 11..lItlujfll,........................ r. p r 4 a
the highway, the railway and the 'l trFhrrx ttid i 83pjtl0a....:.:......:..... Eaa' PIIRtlla..................... 4 /8t.p its.
artificial ...... .. .. .. .
:N..op .......... .....:.....
and national waterways In limIting = 45 I' 18 8111 .............:.........:Buanel................ .......... 4125 11 eMn
is in the fertilizer. l 011 p p........................ .............:........... e o0.
or extending the market 4 08
range. '' o I lip 06P .........................Ormond......................... It a O1.
Neither quantity nor In conclusion he said: a 8801' 18" ....... ............. Dytona... .. ............. I 8 Up ,631110
!i "Very little of the 800,000,000 of'ton 8891' 55 p ..,.................... / "............,.......... 8 8t l' 6875
gJOfualitJI possible lOOp 'Sp ...... ... ... .. Smyrn..a.... ................. P 6105
without Potash.Write of freight carried annually on the railroads ....... 031' .....,..... ..... .LNO51 HIIJ... .. 9381" 40oa
....... ...................... Tttu.vllle. ..................... i ...
.of the United States has Mt 4 E: ....s sa.p................... .. ...0000.. .................... oa"" ....: :
) for oar.Aw jolci origin on the line of the road, but ..r 0 ... IS P ....................... Roukl.dtre....t........ .. ... 110 1101' .......
giving{ detail. ;""j... ....... a B1p .... ..................Eau I' .......
GERMAN KALI WORKS, must first be moved from farm mineor .F.O! ....... 'OS P ........................1delbourn.Galll.a................... .....1a '1)1' ......... ,
forest over earth road at an '' .. t tOp . .. .. .. ....... ............ all' ...:
average 't. .. .
M.NUUU St.N.w rare City. 14 ....... 181 .... ....... .. .. Seboot ti ea. .. .
P .. ... .........,.......... ... 11 ;
cost of 25 tMa ;
cents per ton mile. If the ....... IItS ; .:.........Fort ? .; y
Pierce........................
average distance be but four miles ....... II B3 ........ White Clty....................... o is. .......
Tri-Wcekly Sailings. ....... 805 ........ Tlbbals.. ... ... .. '..... n
Free and the expense of transportation before 8:70 '...... 0 ....... ....Eden. ...........:..............1o 16 at>> a. .........
_ delivery to the railroad "fould'be-$800.. ..: ... : II P.-. ........... J..n..n.............,............ 16 115.10x......,.. '
Accented Masons. ()o .OOO. while the for distribution BETWEEN ;... 01 p ............ Stusri...............,...........1o Ita .....: v
charge JACKSONVILLE .. .. ;
and NEW YORK. ........ 8 ........Hope Sound....................... 0..a ....... ..,
0! ...
swell this ...
may to over $1,000 .WeeiJupiter .........,.. .... .
98:1a: ...
pI:I ....... 7 t P ....................West Palm Beach..................... 8 .. ;
000(000 annually most of which goes 111 S. ,C.f both ways) ....... a0 p.. ..........Jloyn.oll ..... ,....... Mia ...... I"
i to cover wear and tear. ....... I' ... ....:...... .. F& Lauderdale..................... T a88a....,..
Indian ::a No. 00 The Finest Steamshipest ....... 0 l 71' ,.....................LemonCltT. ...................... .11 a.......
i "The cost of transportation on our the Coastwise Service ....... 906P! ........ .. ...............Miami.... .. ......... .... ......... slap.611'a. ...;.:..;
'RIvor / TltuavlJle.Ljllle. common roads, way be greatly diminished BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN/ \ AND 71.
l by reducing the resistances and The Clyde New England and Lines.

< rW \ Florida. improving the grade, alignment, sur- Direct bervloe Between Southern :BRANCH LINES SCUBDULES.PALATKAA
Rinds /it* meeting the seoon(and fourth FrI. 'aceand drainage. Jf reduced to .
day of e'oh month, *' the late Armory Titus'* even
villa, at 1:80: o'olork I |i. in. ne-balf the effect wo-Jld be to double' Jacksonville Bostoti Providence and all Eastern Points,
r J. R. Walkor AND :mAST PALATKA.
Worshipful Muter. till
!' area of the territory
tributary to
.r. It. Carrutliern Sul"r warden (Calling at Charleston S. C. both '
ways) .
T. H. 4ai.dan,Junior Warden he railroads and so Increase their tons t No. 37 N.. 00 No. e3 Se. 49 No. 47 i
r ,I. M.\ liixon Tr aniiror.P. well the SEMI-WEEKLY 8AtLINTG8l Lally Dally Dally BTAll051. No. 40 Ne. 46 N., OD No. 64 No
as available
A. Morgan. Noeretar7.fT nng as margin I Southbound........................ .......... .. ....... ... ..... ,.... ..from Lewis Wharf, Boston Dally Daily Dally Dally Dally Dally Le
J. A. Rushee, ('hal>l..ln. for transportation. J Northbound.................... ....:... .. ....... ..... from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville r80p.1ii; 4adplllia 6 a v... ...P.at s...... Ar 6Y ,, >::3a TQ .tit
f', J. H. Pnravvn Senior Uaaoon 'As It costs much less to Improve .. I' an 100 400 eWaAr., Eastlatatka.Lv 008 p q
R K. vilms, jr. Tumor Deacon. I. -- -- ---- 7CMAYPOET
B. fl. Van Ian''" n hi t e P.11'. M.\V.Taylor li ..bort,Junior. Tyler.tttewaril. feeders 1 It: would be good policy on: Clyde St. Johns .River Line. BRANCH.Na .

IT ,. the part of railroads to unite with (DeBary Line.) ION.. 17 Ns. 5 N..9INo. 18'Ne.'
,Dally Dally Dally t1TArtt lea
countlPB. townships and boroughs -I 1 In BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. Lally Duffy Dal

r WHEEL AND) ITS WAY developing systems of Improved trunk Stopping Palatka. Astor, St. Francis; WeroHrord (peLan l), Blue Spring. said tntertnediate landings 1 7 Ii p 1 p 0 e S. v.c, .onvn ..................., b t&a la e a
on the tlt..1obn'.ltlver. $B p .... ........... ......,...,,.,., p
.1 foads" with laterals' as feeders to their S10p 300t'1005aLv,.................. P.bloReaoh .. .. ...Lv a 11 a la 17 p 01
w own ,systems. Numerous precedentsf'or STEAMER. "City of Jacksonville." 1 16 p 1 is p to 10. Lv,. .., nacne Bench... ." Lt T 745gII4Sa3L eon
KINDS "" 11 i.
OBSTACLES:: OF MANY .WHICH / p 7 t0P 10 r0 a Ar,. .Mayport., 0 S
such a policy exist lu foreign countries CAPT. W. A. SHAW.id 781 a 11 80 0 3
IMPEDE ITS PROGRES where the APPOINTED TO BAIL AS FOLLOWS:
ft ? results have provedIts SAN MATEO BEAN CE.Na .
I Leav.Jacknonrllle 8M p. in.,Sunday,Tuesdays and Thursdays.Leave .
wisdom
and cconauy. Sanford 1t3CI a.m ,hlonda...., WoduvMluyeand Fridays.
17 N. 46
noon Roads a Mlmlitr, Foree awdlvlllzlntf ai Southbound, Read down BO HJCl>U&.E. Northbound. Read up Dallyl1LS11y 51 ?zo es No. No.
Leave SiSOiim. .............. ...Jachu>nviile. ...... _.Anlva 3: oam & 40I Dsl'
Aorenl-Coal of 'Trna.yortatlon 8:4Apm .............. .. .Falatka.... .. ... ........ i>eave suJOpm. p a.. a atkr ... ............ ,,,,,,,
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARK TAKING It ... ... .. AV. Are 6 00. 4c
Ilvdno I'ruUt of Prodaoer. 3:06 am. .. ... Astor .' .... ... fI :IIO pm. 10 0 tf a ..e.n Mat.o. .
9 l; Work For the When take Grove's TaVeless ." .,8U am.... ....... .. ........St.Francle....... .. ......._ l;,00 pm. .Lr a 40a 0 a0sANBORD
,. r.omdmnker.One you Chill > ....Jlero.tordUoLallll( ), ... ......... 12: Tonlo because the formula Is plainly 6.00am .. ....e....., ....111... riiirlng....... ..... .'. H 11:60: am. ORANGE CITY BRANOE.N. .
of the? most Instructive papers of printed on every bottle showing that It Is Arrtve83Oam.: ....,...............lIIaof r.......... .. ........ a7Want.: .. 1
.the good] roi}ida convention In Buffalo singly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless D.11 ITATIoxs. D ; Na Na 1 STArtora No. Z No.n. .

1' L (In September waa by Lewis M. Ilaupt to.-..... No cure, No pay. COots. Gen'l Passenger .and Ticket OffIce, 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.A Yct v.,........ Itu.vl la.r........ r 1 DDaBT lea Dally D.I.
'I'hlladclphln uieiubur of the lutbuilan 1:5. Lv..E .,..,,....,,, p p v..N emyrna..A 40 p 0 0Q
O.HAOKRTX, Ka fn Pans. Ant. F.M.1RONAtONGKR.aw.A..tOva.P..Agt: ,, Dip ,1 t0 p it 41. Lv,Lake
Usten.Lv
Canal couiuilgsloa. Lemon 10 State St..New York: 1O4 Went Hay St..Jaokwnvllie,11." a 00 a .........,.. ......,..,.. it es a a 00 p 11 Bea Lv.OranR TI Rip 44 e
extract City Lv 11 40
a es. Lv......... ........ p 414
Enterprise.
THOS. D.HALEY Local Freight; Agentf, r O. F.LOVBLL. AMI. Fla.Bunt.. Lv 11 50. 4 os p it ea. Ar.0a0.
"Every forward turn of a wheel" he A lemon extract that one In sure is foot Hogan 8t .Jaokaonvtlle. Fla. | Foot Hogan; at., ,/aokwnvlne,Fla.. e 80 a Ar.. ..Sanford,. L.11 OO a City Jo.Lv it to p 410
....111. "18 a revolution and typifies prog- I pure can be cosily mudeat borne. Grate JOHN. L. HO'\\1ARDt Superintendent Foot Hoftan St..Jaokaootlle. Fla.
THKO. O. KOKKCheaebrouKh: >wicer.' WM. P OL.TDB C K <> neraI Agent .... Time Tables show the times at whlohi. *mar Tx ,
Tee.It ex oeeteit
Is Immaterial whether It be a 012' enough of the outside peel of If''w Building, IC State 8t.,opposite Uattery Park, New Ferk. from the several .", tIOIl.lbU.their arrival or departure a.C the times stated tosrrlvesnddena h not ,
II, wagon wheel, or n car wheel, a flywheel ons to fill a sumll bottle taking care C. II. WALTON. Agent Tltuuville. Fla. tJatrom.sow does the. itself .puD.lble for any deity 01' any con.u.. ..jfUa.ronlpe.... arlaln
l or a water wheel a turbine or a that none of the white part of the rInd|

All' propeller, a pinion or:; a pulley a bicycle gets In. an this will fire a bitter taste. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama
or a mobile. It Is always faialuatliitf When the bottle Is full cover with,pure
I to see the wheels go round. alcohol and net away for three weeks. 'SEA.B: <> I> BETWEEN; : MIAMA. ICKY WEST AND HAVANA.

"liut brhlua the wheel to make It re A, the end of that time the content BOTJTHBOrjDTD.
volve there may lie a.. crank; behind the of the bottle should be strained and AIR LiNE RAILWAY. :KOHTHBOTJITD.Lv. .
.Misma Mon. Wed*..............,f..lLOOp Lv.' TCmranavTue. .... .
i crank 'there must be a motor i ibehlnd he extract Is ready, for use.' An even Ar.Rey We.t, Tue. ThaTS.. ....U ga Tb.. ._.-.11100( ifl
|the! wc.torpIt{ artisan; behind the,arttSll leaspoonful of this' preparation will lv Key Welt Tu.Thus ................ ."SOp pAr.LY. Key Key Went.Tuea Wet. ... 7 Thur.f.'hure..t...,.....,".... 7 8 30 I
x An HavanaTed., Frig.................. 09iMi
S atallsl! ; In ,bind the capitalist flavor a quart of custard or other 1mlar Capital City Route. .O.uoa Ar.MuamLWeds.Frlc.. ............... ... "
an Inventor; behind the Inventor thereIs l dish.-New York Post. Foreopy of Local Time Card address anyAgen4.

the great Creator ot: mind and matter v The. Shortest Route. J. D. RAHITER Asst. Qerr. PJVSS. Agent ST. ATJQTJSTINE FLA

the Incomprehensible God the 'Their Dlblv. .The Best Line. '
b mainspring of all activities and potiai lbllltlep. l- A story Is told In which the late Lord

4 ddesleigb: figured wbeu as Mr. Stafford Only line with Double Daily Service, Including Sundays to'... 1
(
"Intuitively the ralinl (Is carried back Nortbcote be was appointed fl SAVANNAH: COLUMBIA OAMDEN SOUTHEltX PINES, RICHMOND,

T In the spirit of the flays; .of old, when magistrate for Devon. At the castle of WASHINGTON tfALTIMOKE, PEJILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,. -roiv-
the prophet Kxcklel\: stood on tile bunks Exeter where lit attended to be sworn .
WITH PULMAN'S BEST UAB3. Rio laznond
g of tbetriver'Chebar, lit the laud of the he was handed a book tied round with Washington. Baltimore
''t 'Chaiaonus and, looking Into the opened what had once been red'' tape. Not )Ilkhg 'rh'e Florida and Metropolitan"Limited, a solid ve"tlbued) train St Ani u tlne and Philadalphta Boston Atlanta

heavens beheld the four living. creatures l the appearance of It. Mr. Nortbcote Jackaouville. to Mew York'con lntlugV\ >f IHnluR! Comportment, CM <>oeite, AshuvUle Chattanooga Louisville

t which had the likeness o(, a lunn took: out bis knife and cut the tape and v Observation and Drawing Room Sleeping Cms.. Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas City

going upon wheels. on opening the book discovered that 't I Only line opeiatlng daily through Pullman Car Service Jaoksonvlllo\ to New Orleans Detroit Cleveland PittaburfChicagoo

MThe opi>Hariuipe of the wheels and wall ft ready reckoner ou which maglsTaten Kor sleeper reservations nud further Information, write t etc.

_ P their work vns like unto the color of had been sworn for about thirty A. O. MAcDOtfELT., A 8tt. Oen. Pass. At. ., Florida.J. .

4 beryl, and they four ball one likeness!, years. M. BARB, R. E. L. BUNCH -

and their appearance and their work I. V. F. & G. M., Gen Pass, Agt. rshe.SOUTUfftN
was, as It were; a wheel 1 In the middle l Prec'loue "..Ir.r. '"PORTSMOUTH. VA. \ .
t of a wheel. The spirit of the llv- When the crusaders returned from .
-- ---- -- -r--
lug creature was la the wlu>..ls. And the Holy Lund In 1001), they were loaded '

Vi whithersoever, the spirit was to go( they with relics of holy (personages who 1 .. ., Dixie Flyer Route RAILWAY
went, thither was their spirit to go.' bad previously! been uuknowu In the

"From that lay to tills the earth hAs west FloliPiuonUH ono of tuylr leaders! NASHVILLE. CUATTANOOOA: A; ST. I.OUIS' RAILWAY '.Dd

trundled around her course In yearly divided between Anselm and certain '. :K
WESTERN ATLANTIC RAILROAD .
TRAINS
obi r ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED :
laps, bearing to the children of' the Churches a dozen:: hairs which the patriarch 4 i' ,
route of the
;
Ma present century the fruition of this of Antioch bad given him with \
THe SoutHern's Palm Limited
; /CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRAIN ,
r prophecy of the spirit and the wheels the assurance that the Blessed Virgin .,
'
Well may It be said l today that everything plucked them from her bead 1111 she and. '...-v The 'Washington, RicHmond and
ft goes upon wheP.'IB.'but there are= stood-Mater Doloroim-by the cross. DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING CARS. Florida Limited

I wheels end wheels. Some turn more All tl,1e'vaar Hound. ,The Chicago and Florida Limited, In quickest train from St. Augustfoe and

f easily than others and do more workat Jacksonville. THe New YorK and Florida Express

less cost, and thus we are brought The Storm Petrel.A Chattanooga Nashviye\ Loutnvllle St. Louis and Chicago; with Pullman's
directly Into contact with the surfaceor bird of Immense wing power is the finest Observation and Drawing Room :Sleeper. Dining ours, etc., throujth without TO THE EAST
roadway which the wheel harnessesas tiny stormy petrel the smallest web- clianee.; The Canons! Dixie Flyer all the year round sleeper via. Atlanta and

a practical K neistlon' In economics. footed bird known. It belongs to every Martin, through to :tit. Louis, without change. The CHicago and Florida Special.

: mechanics and pnynlcs.' sea and although seeming fruit.It For information relative to.rate.., schedules etc., write to...
THe Florida LimitedTO
"In addition to the wheel and Its breasts the utmost fury of the storm. T. M. DOYLE Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville, Fla.

'way there are obstacles of various sklmuuliig with Incredible velocity the C. E. 1IARMAN: Oen. Pas. Agt. II. F. SMITHTrafc Manager THE MOUTH AND WEST.

kinds which l Impede Its progress. trough of the waves and gliding rapIdly Atlanta Ga. Na.hvllle, Tenn.

over their snowy crests. Petrel .-
-- -
I : have been observed 2,000 miles from Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to> Cincinnati:: via

nearest land. Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."

pLANT gYSTEM.The Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
_ .
l
A ...010.. Connection; with the Plant System and Florida East Coast

_ "I ,would rather be right than be- Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all throng
president.! said the statesman trains.
"Well" said' the friend "It's a little Great Through Car Lino from B'lorlda.-Connectlnll:
Ask for Tickets via Southern Sellclte
V'v t RailwayCerressesdenoe
paradoxical but I suppose it'proper.. Tfl the East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston Richmondand
You say lu substance that for the sake Washington. The Southern Railway via Savannah, Columbia

of being: right are willing to be and Washington.
you i H F. CAREY Fla. Pa.. Agt. 103 W. Bay SU Jackoovl2e, Fla.
)left. -Washington Star.lirnlnFootl To flip West t The So"tbero'R'y via; Jesnp, Atlanta and ChattanooRO. The L & I

>r, via MonMtomery. The Southern R'y via Savannah, Columbia S. H. HARDWICK. W. H. TAYLOR
44 tin Nonsense. and Asheville. The M\ A 0 R'y via Montgomery.; <'
General Paaeenjer Agent. Aja't G.al Paw Agent
Another ridiculous food fad 1ms been Tfl the East via Steamohlp. VU: Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York D. C. Atlanta Ga.
branded by the moat oompotant author- Philadelphia: and Uonton. Savannah and Merchant! Miners Vaj&lnptoo,
n'i IMFAASABLB FOR WHEELS.. tie*. They havs dispersed the nitty notion Transportation Company for lUltimore. January 15. 19O3.
ll that one kind ofrood Is needed for brain To Key Wont'and Havana via POl" Tnnipa and Peninsular, % Occidental Steamships
There may tt a mountain Jn the path another for muaclrs and atill another for To Nova Scotia Cape lire ton and Prince Edwards Island, via Boston nnd Canada,
t or cataract hi the utrouru, a chases In bones. A correct diet will not only nonrUh Atlantic aud Plant Staamabln line for Halifax,, Mawkeabury and Charlottestdwo.. -
the plain, or it may bo that rain hni a particular part of the body, but It
t. i converted nil earthen road Into a will nifctnln every other part. Yet, how- """' X: T L'13r"t. TO'C'B"XS-rS" TIC7Ii: ETS THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

i( 3 Slough, that n cyclone baa drifted sand ever good your food may boo' Its. nutriment will be on sale throughout the Northern, E.\8terJ. Western and Southern State to
Is destroyed Indigestion or d.y -
i artvss a railway or a Mlzzard ban fill popsl. You must by for all FLORIDA.JIESOUTS, via the Plant System, during the nenaoa of 1901-1002/ limited Patented In the United States Great Britain and Canada
ed a cut with snow their oorulnft hbirtak- to return until May ;llllt. with> lIberalstop-o..er piUllctlfteo In Florida.
4y "Such are a few of the contingencies pearuovs or loses August Addressee of parties in the north Kent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied '
ing regular; of Green's and $ 00 EACH Uboiild be used Builder In the U. SIn .
which obstruct the highways of cotivui )Flower the favorite medicine of the \ with Information and hamtnoTne advertising matter. PRICE4.00 S- / by every Boat

i 'ce end which it la the work of the healthy million\ A few doses aids digestion For inform tton as to rates, sleeping oar reservation eto., call on'vr write to Use by soma of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.
engineer and roniliiiuker to remove stimulates! the liver f o healthy "
wuere practicable. action, purities the"blood, and makes you F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agent. For Sale.by (

What better and more condensed feel buoyant and vigorous. You can get 138 West Bay St.: Astor Block Jacksonville, Fla., Jas. Pritchard & Son,

instruction can be found for this than Dr. G. G. Green's roliebto remedies at B. B > V. Wrenn, Passenger Trafflo Manager, avannaU; Ga. TJTUSVILLE, ", .- > .. FLORIDA.
those which came from the prophetIegiabas R. Wilson & tion's.: Oat Green'i Special .- '

J the. voice of hint that, crleth Almaoao. W. B. DEN HAM i General Superintendent, Savannah Ga. SEE: TUB TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT.;BOAT BUILDERS.











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TITUSVJI'LE.ONTHKIirblANRIVER.. .
A STRAWBERRY- BED. O. Pollard'. Ponltry.Fair>. Owner. Description of Land see. '.1'. \ n. A. Am't

:IAN: RIVER:: :: : :: : :I34TELd:: : : How. to Prepare U-1Vh.n to Pl.... tleboro Pollard's Mass.poultry. Is well farm known in South by repu At. (Continued from 'age 4] "

tatlon to all readers of poultry papeis.There .
ioacets
and CovesThe In the farm and n l\r Ilebbart . rart lots 1 anti 3, described
are fifty acres ,
TITUSVILLE strawberry requires a deep, rich Deed Book G 0, page 200: \ . 28T& 41 6 1 73
oil. Prepare the ground thoroughly It is devoted entirely to White Plym lv 0 Al1edt.1I . North 2 acres of south :3 sores
before planting;, as this Is Important for If Jot and"ollth pl1rtoflotB 24 3T.n 11 6 61
FLORIDA. best results, says Orange Judd Farmer E kushell ",. . part of north !-t'or lIurtht'lIli1t.4' \ '
After;''planting do not let your cultivating described Deed Book U, page ".
. .. . . . .
11k be with the object of keeping the 318 . 27 37.u 1-1) .. a S8
O. ![lke Willther. . :North 6 acres! ot southeast! 3{ of t.'t
J. BAST, Proprietor weeds out, but oiilthnte to keep the !
northeast 27 3T U 6 6 58 i,
ground loose anti mellow and the Orlll1n Land Corn- .

weeds will have no chance to gain. a pall) . . South H of southwest ,l( of
DUCK SHOOTING foothold. la setting the plants do not northwest St . . .. 2T 3T1& 20 2 61
spread the roots n..ir tho surface nor Max Oehlt.'rt. . lSolltht'a"t corner or 1I1Iuthwe! t _
f 0 a' ti, and FISHING twist them into a wad but spread them t( lf northenstty . . 28 37.1 4. 2 81
out and allow them to reach straight 11 II Stewart . hot :2, eXt't'lt 2ty lu'rt'li to lIeStpllbt'n '."
down Into the soil and the fresh . . . . aJ: 3T'.at 4-&. 8 112
l_ Rates: $2.1>0 per day. earth solid against the press roots. It la a J W 0 flnedt'n! . :North 1\\ acres' of lot 2 . AS a1.u 1\ tJ 28
r W 0 I\etlt'n .. :North :21 acres of lot :to . .. 35: : 3T 41 2-1. 20 60
good plan to clip the lower ends of the on
$10 and $13] per week. roots before setting, cis they start new Rowland..u. J.ots-alldGIIlIlltllvlsionot 4 of section 33, and Mouth Jot 2(1( '

growth, more itudlly. Clipping early: drains uf4ot I tit section lid, 3:1: ,,

JACKSONVILLE runners is not necessary and should r . . . . . . au 3T 41 10 t 9 1:1::
not bo done by inexperienced growers.In 2: W 0 Sut'tlt'n . north 3 acres of south. 7 acres '
northern latitudes plant early in Clt lot 1. . . . . . 19 3T:1&:: 3 :1; 73 i
May if possible and cultivate well with },[o1'1'Il\I: faC'k';. J'lut lot 1. tleserite4Peed Dook -
view of ol I', page 70. . . . . 30 3T 4:1: 5 4 114W
OVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a getting a good growth 0 Sneten . &uth 0 acres of lot I, anti all '
new plants before the hot, dry weatherof warm. WTAUDOTTE8 AND TRKIII )-01 S.outli Jot :a. . . . . . ::10 ST 42: 41 16 2ft
t late summer stops growth and prevents Rocks, White Wyandottes and
late runnels( from taking root. White Pekla ducks. The Illustration E. W. HALL, ,
[ Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re Early rooting runners make the best show two houses with runs and their
plants for next rear's fruiting. If Tax Collector Brevard County Florida.
respective flocks of White Wyandotte ,
; novated. Newly furnished t
throughout.
Liberally conducted . .. plants are prevented from rooting in The picture Is reproduced from The _.____..___ _.__--4-__._ ____ ._ ___________. __ ___ ,
Rates 12.50 per day and up. early summer, they are more liable to Poultry Keeper.World .
injury from the white grub Insects! or NOTICE.
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. accidents, and each plant destroyed < Wide ll 'i>iitiition. tt
leaves a skip in the row while'If the! ,
runners are allowed to root early l less White's Cream Vermifuge has achieved Corrections In Delinquent Tax LIst, Brevard County.OIVNER. ,

BSTlflORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE barm is done if the orlglRat I plant Is In. a world wide reputation being the best ..
of alt worm destroyers, and for its tonic .
\ FLA. jured. Cover the bed infull when inilenoe on weak and unthrifty children, c.
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and freezing weather cornea or If that la as It neutralizes the acidity or sournessof DE opened delayed any time la November Is ail the stomach, Improves their digestion, .S. b eQ
f .
[ f this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water right, and a light covering.Is safest and assimilation of food, strengthenstheir '- g 1:1 .i... 'F"CI

Baths, Elevate, etc. Five minutes from any wharf'or depot All nervous system and restores themto h i" ootj ;
Cherry Culture. the health, vigor and elasticity of Christina 0 Bravo ,taunt tI acres ut southeast J.( of
f street oars pass the door. Rates, 2.00 to 2.50 per day. The cherry and plum can stand and spirits natural to childhood. 29 lit Bli. southeast J..( of lIollthwt'ttt{. 5 21:1\: :\ 8 I It .10 t
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. Indeed need strong soil. Heavy manur 'I Wilson: A boa's drug store. M E South fI y of southwest ". . 121\ au tlO S lJ.iH
ing with fresh stable manure,"however, J '1'11111" . ... Iollthwe"ti\ of lIortht'nltt, J.:(,
:,southeast J..i: 01 northwest )(
la not advisable. says Iowa Home- Her Rood Da.lne.. Head. .
northwest 3( ot southeast l(,
Windle I 19 East Forsyth Street. stead. Use rather old, well rotted manure "You say she Is II good bnttlncss. woman and northeast ;"( ot southWest u

ie e JACKSONVILLE FLA. and the soil from around manure ?" M.... .. ... .. 21U': Ci10 mirth) 6 IT
piles that Is filled with teachings. The "Oh. splendid. Incomparable. She lets 'Vin Guenthner $outhenst. +.c ot .rwestof. .
clearing up of old barnyards aftermost absolutely nothing drive business out luuthwt'l't". . ." . :ltJ U Ind 10' 1 tmOIt.'IIlIon
European plan. Dining Cafe; new and fir t-clalilin all appointments. of the manure Is hauled off and of ,her head. Why just before Harold Brothers .,.\", i"t.
Center of city. Near all car lines. Open for rooms November 15th; the teachings of hogyards and the started for Europe b_ proposed to her anti OUIIII'any. Undivided 2-:1: Merest. In south I, 'I'j jty I,.
clearings of poultry yards and houses by.letter and asked her to telegraph .of southeast t. of north- ,:,f'i .
Cafe, November:18th. Booms, one person one day, $1 and up; by the east )(, west li of southwest! .; { i I
all fertilizers for both the her
are good answer. I
week, $3.50 and up. 3( ot northeast j north J. of t' {;f
and Results be "Well
cherry .the plum. can ? nurthtvest. of'llortht'a }
I
C. B. SMITH, Proprietor.'JaEJ secured from our commoner varieties "Well most people would hove telegraphed north J1i of soathW18t' i..4 of l J .;" y
that will surprise the cultivator and '\es' or 'No' but she had southeast :?'4' north ,tI of .

: :: ::: NEW VICTORIA I sell for a long price by employing tills enough of a business head to wire 'It lIortllt'II..tl uj southeast )4. 10( Il7 110 ]00'. ).4,: :25Gleason
means while common fruit grown in a affords/ uio great pleasure to say yes to Brothers
Cor. Main and Adams Streets. JACKSONVILLE FLA. common way may not be salable at all. you,' thus preventing the telegraph and COIll1'I\II An undlvltlt'112-:1: Intl.rcs.t III u ,
The cherry can be made three-fourth. company from getting any advantage east :J-I. . . . . 13 :27! 30 4110 5:I 60
Everything new; centrally located elegant] suites with baths h
; private ; free I of an Inch In diameter and Its color of her lu chaiglug for a ten word mes E: W. HALL
bus. Rates, American $2 to $3; European, rooms 75o and nvwar
rates to commercial travelers. too. are healthier, live longer and have TaxtCollector, Brevard County, Florida.

, R. BIXLER, Proprietor greater thrift. i Sprint Aliment*. .

Phe.phate "..&lUa..*. There l Is an aching and tiled feeling; Errur-1'nxt" have been! J'nl,1.
Phosphates promote the formation of 'the liver, bowels and kidneys become Win VII1I8chl1lck.. All south iV of southwest; t(,
' sluggish and Inactive, the digestion Impaired north tlf Irene I'rl'.k. . 1Il: 117 2\: 0 10P
flower and fruit and earlier
filvedere Restaurant and Cafe JACKSONVILLE, FLA ripening.. They be wisely secure Used on ,, with little or no appetite no 0 Muster . Lot I, (or all frll..rltll1l1lJ) T ::10) 111\ bI 384Ufllclal :
may ambition for anything, and a feeling that' . .. _.
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vines and succulent fruits that liable -
I are tbe whole body add mind needs toningup.
to be cut by early frosts In au- --
The troublo Is, that.durlng tho win house of The 1111110111 'Ilibermen's
Supply Asauolatlon.
Over Belvedere Saloon, 2nd floor. Opposite Postoffice. tumn. securing early crops with better ter, tbere has been an accumulation of b
prices and avoiding the loss of the entire waste matter in the- system llerbloe
X crop by untimely frosts before the\ will remove It, secure! to the secretions aright 'fhc Chicago Nt and Twine Co.Manufacturers ; '
Private Dining Rooms Newly Furnished Bedrooms. By the Day, Week most of the crop had ripened. Fruit / exit and by its tonic etleot, fully ;
trees sometimes blossom year after restore the wasted tissues and /give you of-
strength I Instead of weakness, fiUo tI
: at JJ. H
without producing fruit. This Is
year
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or,"Month.: Meals cooked to order only., Open day and night.; often caused 1 by storms at the periodof R. WUsou A /Son's: drug store.

flowering; but It may be caused by
constitutional weakness, (n consequence Capacity and Power.A .
LOU COIN' Manager. of which pollen of vital poweris man is worth to himself just what E

------- not formed. In such, eases the use he Is capable of enjoying. This moans F
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SRABKREZB. of phosphates Is worthy of trial. the utmost enlargement of his capacity.
lIe worth to the world just what he
Native Phlox rlat ... ... is capable of imparting and this means <:! "d
For all our many beautiful summer the utmost development of every pow.
ie Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEABREEZE. blooming herbaceous plants our gardens er. These. two capacity and power + FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Oe oriptlon 0
would be badly off without 'representatives form the truest standard the most accurate :1)ealert In Seine Tame, M31tre Cord'; Rope, Etc.Ortgtnatorsof 4
of the phlox family. The measure,. of every man.-Cau- Whol.aale Prlcee direct to the Fleherman. 4
UNDER TIlE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. O. C. POST. many varieties of Phlox pnnlculatu, as field, "The College Student." TIJ.lU.8:1: E. lodlluA Nt. .. Chicago' Ill, ti
,..MetlUon: The AnvocArrt lnyour lettnr.. '
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the most popular summer re they have been Improved by florists. _____ _d_. ,_ _ a
Th. T... .r 11I._.......
We l\r mber. of the Illinois Ylllhel'm..n'lI A..nnlntl
sort In Florida, will\ be under the management of Col. C. G. Post during the are
"Is he really such an expert itrnog-
summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold's Orchestra, from New York, "
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replier '
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will play dally, afternoon and evening.Quests "Bxpcrtness: >lIs is no name for It. Why,
can feel assured of a satisfactory table, and every attention to their just for practice ho nctuil: .y took downa 'Ie

comfort. Rates, $a to f2.50 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special church Dewing circle UlftctiuHlon without i&ffa

rates for families for the season. Address, C. C. POSTSeabreeze, Fla.: missing a wur4Chteana Post. (

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COCOA. Good<< For KlieumatfMtn. 1 3

I.IUIUall I was taken with a very severe r I
attack of muscular rheumatism which 1 ( t d
:OMAS COTTAGE COCOA, FLOKIDA. caused me /great pain and annoyance. ', 4r I +
f* -J After tr'lnBeYera/ ] prescriptions and r I
Centrally] located. Large, airy, well kept rooms. Bath convenleqt rheumatic cures I decided to use Cham-
berlain's Pain Balm, which I had .M+ ''I
Rates: tl.00.per day; special terms by week or seen
month advertised in the South
s '1P8" t Jerseyman. After -
nnnllCRtlnnmf of this Remedy, I warn
SANFOHI: PINK VBIjOX. much better, and after using one bottle
WAS cotnplctMr cured.-Sailie Harris,
are charming. But some of our native Salem, N. J. For sale by aI) druggists

IP HOTEL MILTON SANFORD, FLA. specIes. though they have not succeeded aDd medicine dealers. .
1U / Bates la securing the florists' attention.
Open all the year. AOO per day.A
are scarcely less attractive. Tbe
flrst-class home-like hotel. Near steamboat ]landing. Five lines of rail. smooth phlox (P. Glaberrlma) Is a good

roads. Steamboat service to Jacksonville. Sulphur swimming pool. Good Illustration. -This shoots up abundanty .

hunting and fishing. M. C. SAVAGE, Prop. from the ground and makes a dwarf .
mass of rosy pink flowers from one to A Sample copy of one of tbe bout farm
-. two feet -Median's Monthly.
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papers published, free, If you will send

NEW YORRL Stray Fatal ,our name on a postal card, mentioningthis S ( l

Make sowings of sweet peas as soon ,
paper
IE 45th: Street, bet. Broadway add.Sixth Avenue, a. frost Is out of the round. PtownoT i
HAMILTON I Tan Co.,
NEW TORK. Set out salvia and dwarf nasturtium : :

A Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably plants tied. as soon as the weather is set Atlanta. GI. : ._. _

Located. With every Comfort and Convenience. Sow Shirley poppies where they are ".. ..

Furnished and Unfurnished. to: grow In early spring. They do not ,:, ... _
GEORGE W. lORTON. bear transplanting. ,{ _

----- Helen Gould and Miss Alice Roosevelt v ,
' were the novelties in roses shownat Florida r, /

ine Job Work Quickly Executed Rose the society.last meeting The first of Is tbe red.American the second Magazine':: ,', "\''.. '. '.': ,;.. : .I. I

an Intense dark pink. ,. :, .;,. I I
Coleus seed must be planted very An, ,OJ;. :'''r. ;,:
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AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE early to be ready for bedding out In ,. r
May If in the greenhouse, give bottom -. llIal\tratfd\ "
: heat occasionally. '
'i CREAM Successful plantings of gradlolas Monthly. ,
WH1TE'S
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W stay be made from tile time the soil isdry '."'
R1VIS 1 VERIV1IFUCE enough in the spring till the 4th of ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.

Hat M Qu.ndry. 11wt to p..aw" July. bend for Sample Copy, ____ h.h____ _______ _____ ___ __ .. __ ___ ...

:or 20 Years Has! Led all; Worm Rem d1es. rl( Panties soon as may the ground be sown can In be the worked springs Address i G. D. ACKERLY" 4;.- THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

_C>>X.X>> a or .%.t x:.a IIU.TIG:..e3rXH'I'A.: : though fall sowing Is generally pre S
""'dbr- -44". JAMES F. BALLARD, 8t. LouIs. lened. l'ubllaher, Jacksonville, Pia.ni Prints all kind of vOxmorcUl Stationery Wadding Stationery: Curd. Bill, Etc. ;

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12 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, MAY 2 1902.
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11 FLORIDA Vis!tors are Invited ONE WOMAN'S, SUCCESS.. ." Robbins & Graham Co., E.. L_ : Rs9.:c-s-(:, :se:
andlIouve'tlr .
a to tho Jewelry : shop of titJacksonville .
now ... brads Good ....J' WltfcH DEALERS XN

r<< l a; At a recent.r Flock farmers'oC !!..Institute., at PAID TIP(Incorporated CAPITAL )'Z=',000.00. GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND-ALL FOOD ,PRODUWo

Avoca N. Y., Mrs.\ Flllmore nlJlln .,..
a
handle PRODUCE of all kind We are agents for MATES FERflLl
41V.1 \ Hay St.; :;t. Augustine
in the Alcazar; Palm Beach, the rotuola farm woman read the following' paperon This' company owns We deal exclusively: in the above line of goods and solicit tbo trade of all co
of the Poinoiana: Miami the rotunda how she cared for her fowls and the A erg. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station!
I of Royal Palm; Nassau, rotunda WJ profit she realized from them the past :H.: ; :3ST: :3D S; B. L. BRADY 4 BRO. T1TL8VILLB, FLA.

of the Colonial Ilotol. year: In'the Indian River Country; On the St.
"1 have had some experience: with
poultry, as I have bad the care of a Luole River; at New River and on Bay W. CAJtROLL

r ..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH Read What The Doctors Say flock; of bens tor tbe last twenty years Bisoayne. Prices to salt the times. .

pkmAD FLA.. Oct. 10,1901. with good success. We kcpp< about 200 Send for Land List. -Dealer In-
J Brewing Asso's.Fatuous The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co, Ilaltlmont I ,M<1. hens. I raise from 100 to 200 chickens
_ (Gentlemen, have' tried:-1 liar many had remedies Kciwraa prescribed over thirtyjreun by every year hatching and raising them Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, fRUIT AND YEGETAB1

if various physlotans. but to no.hlnif I"1 the disease with hens My way of caring for the Crockery, Glass,and Tinware. .. Tour Patronage'Sollclte'TITUBVILLE \
St.Louis and Bottled QEO. M, BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN
F Keg yielded so reaJlly. all to LIquor Sulphur 1 chickens% la this: I do not feed them ; ,
Deer. think If imed.. properly It W undoubtedly"n.. President. Actuary. FLORIDA.
ciao tor Eca ma. 1 have prescribed 1C for others anything until they are tw nl'Y..four. or
Sold by Me .m.,..A.Lesley and with moat Mttlnfaatory nmultn. I consider It'hAIbeat thirty-six hours old and then'feed them Brevard Abstract of Title Co. -
remedy for outaneoat affection have over
R L. Bfotlow Tltu vllJe,rift. known anrl regard/ It a. the Kreattuitdlooovary D..llcal bread soaked In water for about a INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
of tbe age. Jl "sf otf.ully yours, week After that I bake cornmeal in WILL FUBNtBIIAbstracts '
I. Coooa,1'1.
By: Mr. R. Hollow
W. A. HKAltt, M. D. '
a a Johunyenke; and soak that and feed of TitleFOR TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .

JOSEPH ZAPF For Sale by J. B, SCREVEN druggist, five times a day until they are about ,LANDSBrevard If_ prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attej
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. five week old. Then 'I
teed wheat i
County. paid sacking for Yachts or for family nso. Fair dealing is my motto.
Ii, Sole Agent. screenings or whole wheat, always giving T. T. WJETMORE Proprietor.Whaler's
9
_ \ "' them plenty of fresh
water or Office under Law Office of .
BREVARD CIRCUIT COURT. sweat milk to drink la, carng| for
GEO. M. ROBBINS
010 to 620 West Bay Street" '
1 them la that way tbe loss from sick .
Tmravxu.1:, FLAt
JACKSONVILLE' FLA. Brevard Circuit Court convened at Tltusvllle ness Is very small. Sometimes the
on Monday, Judge M. S. Jones, crow or hawjca will catch some of Store.i i
_ presiding, and !States: J. D. them. Jewelry
r East Coast Meat Market
TOGNI'S.RETREAT. Beggs prosecutor. Sheriff J. 1. Brown "My way of caring for the bens Is:
Deputy-Sheriff J. N. Waller, and Circuit In the winter I feed a warm feed t
"S ., Court Clerk A. A. Stewart: also,in every F.
were G. DUREN Agent.
morning of bran
I attendance. with some meat feed Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware E
4 There were a fair number of lawyers mixed with it, either desiccated flab or ''f :::3c t

't Choice present but there was very )little for boUed beef and bone, using seven parts. pa.=..::.. _-0.
'i.i them to do as there has been a marked of bran to one of the meat feed, mlxdd:: va tt5.o : ,. SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watchesand

i'' IWIne. and. Liquor absence of crime in Brevard county! of with hot water and fed while warm. At F"st : Jewelry. All work warranted' for 12 month. t
r Cigar late.There coon feed 'cornier wheat and if they :
Guaranteed Pure. was only one criminal case for rjoei| more feed corn again at' night + papa /gjr-Uail Orders!, will receive prompt and careful attention
trial and that was the State: of Florida :I Alwa)8 tmve a box with crushed oyster _: ,,A: ,, t
vs. Charles McCoy charged with breaking TITUSVILLE. FLORII
bells
where
John B. Togni, and entering Andrew Gibson's piemiacs. they can get them when
they want them and give them nil the .
The Jury brought In verdict of
a W aa
No. 103 East Ocean. '
Street Corner
Bay
j guilty and Judge Jones sent blrn' to the fresh water that they want Two or U2
.
j'I Near the old stand. penitentiary for six m'.ntlis Prisoner | three times u week I feed some vegetable tO.:: std

t't ,JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. was defended by F. J. Webb. fjood cabbage apples. if we have a2. =y Special Attention! )

The Grand Jury failed to find a truebill them, or potato parings. We keep our TIT FLORIDA..
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against D. 8. Evans, who was charged hens shut fn in the winter, unless It Is 8VIJ'E" -

East End Cafe James with:Motlow.shooting of with Titnsville intent but to sent kill, ''very must have warm.a warm Doq't dry forget place, (tbat; them.you I GIVEST: TO MAIL ORDERS FOR- !

the case to tbe County Court on a charge :
"In tbe summer they wucre Hardware Tinware } Glasswai
run :: they Crockery
WM. J. HOBAN, Prop'r.Wines of aggravated assault. D. Gauldon ,
please, with the exception of the 0
and F. J. Webb are looking after defend. garden.

Liquors and Cigars. ant's Interests. year. all They they arc win fed cnt.every ,day of the Harness and: Stoves. t

OBU'\D'\ JUDY PBKBKNTilBNT.!:: ,
ANIfAUER BUSCK DOER A SPECIALTY. "Here is ,what did with i
1 we bens
t a To the Honorable the Judge of the Circuit last Jan. our jCM7 'Our,Stock )is Complete and We Can Fill' Orders Prompt 7f
Out of town orders given prompt atten Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit year: ? 1001. we had 200
{ I I ', of.the State: of Florida, In and for Bre White Leghorn hens'and eleven Plymouth
) tion. Jug trade a specialty. yard county at the Spring Term there Rocks for sitters. We sold 1.5O8 Jas. Fri.tch.ard <& Son.)

Illif, JET-FURNISHED ROOMS ti> of, In tile year of our Lord, one thous- dozen of'Pg 1\:81\: which brought $20887.:
if, and nine hundred and two. Weba"ve sold seventeen' -roosters for: Poatofflce Box 212, I 1iTitusville
.1 ifi fj i Cor. Cay and Catherine Sts! The litany Jury, enquiring In and for $7,30, which makes the sales amount to It

,fjJ Jacksonville Florida. the body'of. the county of"Brevard. at S300.17. The ecrsrs used in the family are ., F'1Cride
J i t.. the Spring '.Term aforesaid, beg leave; to t 'eighty-four dozen.. Calling r-them. worth Cr.rv.1i. '
\ make this our general presautnientfWe 18 cents a dozen makes them worth .
feel gratified at the decrease In, $12.12. You will see that the. eggs sold
f' crime of a serious nature in our county, brought almost 20 cents a dozen only Seeds For Summer i

I'rt 1 4 ,a. and and we that welcome our people with delight are law-abiding the return; lacking a fraction of a cent. The chickens THE YEARS. TO COME Crops. j jt.

f f; of prosperity to our people.In used, for meat are fifty at 30 cents have no terrors for the well I Insured man. t..a
making this general presentment to each. This Is tho lowest price that we lie is secure In the knowledge that what. .
I Your Honor we wish to state most em. have sold any for; It makes them worth ever happens his family is well provided Millets Sorghums Soja. Beans Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Cbufa, 'Teoslnte Ga( TBeggarweed

ptiatloally that our recommendations for (16. Jan. 1, 1002, Wit have the number for. And the cost of this security Is clean. H *
publlo improvements to the publlo build- of fowls that we had Jan. 1, 1901 and CWblpps
1864 87 inand/ offices, are not mere Idle declarations plnety.rive'extra pullets worth CO cents really.very small. Our rates on 'CiZ2Iz' :I.E::. I.i: : .

1 / now made to suit the fancy each, which Is $47.50, and twenty-four LI.Jo: : Xn.u.ran.oo.. I !
Black Unknown, Ladyflngers.
Wonderful
of some disgruntled office holder but Clays,
.il they are made after a careful examination : extra roosters, worth 40 cents each are moderate and by taktnglout a policyat Clean Bright /Shook: ; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 33o per ''qt. Bbstpaid'';;: tt

; Into tbe matters ,and are the resultof which Is $0.00, which by adding what an early age the benefits are greater peck; $..211 bushel. 1
\ have sold and used and the extra: Garden Tools Fertilizers.L. .
we Food
Insecticides
1i.ht, "> '''''' }':.' mature deliberations thereon; and we and premiums Jower.SOHUYTER Poultry Supplies, Stook ,
'' ; ;; :' fowls of feed for
Is $303.30. The cost
sincerely hope that the Board of County
: of'.i.: ..: CAMERON., The Seed Store.
,,'. ... .,:..;,,. '.;. .. Commissioners will not simply order the the year is $1 O.'f3. a profit,of $233.00. A 3RANNING
.. ... "ri.-: same "read and filed for future reference 1C they had had more room they would TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. 120 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE:: FLA.

WITH THE NEW YEAR ," but that they, will act promptly have done better. 1 have,bad them do Correspondence Invited

i, std open up Due of my bottles on tne same. better than this t shall continue in the ESTABLISHED 1870.
OLD WINE Oft WHISKEY 1st-The most Important office to the poultry business as long as they'do as I
i owners and citizens of this It took 23; years to find out that Typewriters
and drink to the health and prosperity of property, Is the Clerk' office for in It the well as they have the past year. were b'.ilt. npgldo down.
friends and self daring tbe year. count of titles the Court proceedings -- M. Lane & Son

These (foods are pure and wholesome. and all record ant kept; and the people Funs In Shake.p.....'. Time. THE VISIBLE!: WUtJING ,
Unexcelled for llohnesa, strength and
bave to examine these iecoins. -
frequently Fans in ShukcHpoure's time seem, to
flavor. used for this office
Right, for health and hospitality / and the Thebuilding preservation of the records,. is have been comported of ostrlib and oth OLIVER TYPEWRITER 25O W WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK:

ROBT. L. MOTLOW, Inadequate In space and Insecure, and er feathers fastened to bondl lI. Gen.
TITUSVILLE and COCOA,-FLA. the leooidu. cannot be kept systematically tlemvn carried fans la those days and Is built\ light elite up where the work
.. I nor safely therein. We, therefore, In one of the later figures of the german Is In eight It 18 a light,compact limply Southern Fruit and Produci
urge upon the County Commiantoners they now carry fans. According constructed dniublv' n&chine--enslly
L. A. Hilclrqtli to either enlarge or improve the present' 't() an old manuscript In the Ashiuolean learned operated' and cleaned i; aligns
building In order that U may prove adequate museum, Sir Edward Cole rode the clr perfectly, and needs least,repair.e
iii Dealer in Foreign and Dementia! Brands for the constantly Increasing business cult with a prodlKous fan, which had a Commissiozi :IMIaroha.c.ts.: : :

..of... cords, and or to to construct preserve a new the one valuable for such re., long stick, with which be corrected his SPECIALTIES: ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Cards and 01:

We feel that this cannot be' daughters. __ ,,11
Ram Brandies Whiskeys Gins too purpose.quickly done and the people certainly On s* or III. Otber quotations furnished on application.j. .

.' will endorse this actiuu of the! Board: "What do you think of that Wheel?"'

Wlaei; Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. If they should act promptly and not asked Sprockets whose bicycle bad n. OBTOKJJ. WILL a. OETGEN. trx> OETGENOBTGEilT : :
merely make a'temporary Improvement,
,
t The best whiskey and, liquors served by but one which will be permanent and been In (t collision
adequate. "1 think' It ought to be re-tired or e OBTCE11T
and attention.
polite r courteous 2nd-We recommend that a secure retired" replied Dlnwlddle.-Plttsburg -ii ,

1I1 A first class line of foreign fence be built around the Courthouse, ; Ctironlcle-T'elettra/: ph.
In order to keep out stock and to keep 21: & 25 EAST ADAMS ST., JACKSONVILLE, }!'1A.

p and, domestic. cigars.. tbe grounds la good condition the offices' :, Tbe people of"Wyoming appear to be .. \VIII$117.30. \\\\ We Solicit Consignments of all Kinds of
examined
:3rd-We have except
notion 3
FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited firmly committed to the that "'SI'"
1 those of the assessor and superintendent .: wben a hanging Is announced there Is Fruits Produce Vegetables Poultry Eggs Salt Fish & Roe
Prompt and careful attention given of public Instruction those officers PRICE \) ,
po"tpon..liIPnt.,
being absent, the latter on ao i no good reason for
: to mall,orders, accompanied by cash. count of illness In family and find them W. S. BRANHIM, TitnsYille? Fla. The above goods( are our specialties. We give all shipments tier prompt nn'
k as well kept as the circumstances will ; Agent for"Jlrevard County. personal attention. Wo'do not handle these goods, as a sideline, but give thai
j' L. A. niLDRETH permit.* VISIT Tbe most peculiar and interestIng Sold to responsible parties for$25 cash, all of our attention and guarantee shippers best leturna, hotfenc dealings; nn'

FORT PIERCE FLORIDA. Thanking Your Honor and i Ulcers of } eight l id America . and *10 monthly payments. Other make quick rertiltiance. Best reference on application. Tags ami stencils are ire.Give .
the Court for courtesies shown we beg THE FLORIDA machines taken In part tyment. Us a triaL ,

4 JAMES A. FLOOD, to be discharged.A..C. DITTMAR ALL UP-TO-DATE BUSINESS MEN, I -,- -- --.. ---"- -- '

(Formerly of New York City,) Foreman. Ostri hFarmCo. SHOULD USE THE OLIVER I The Olileat Established Qjaln and Seed House nn the State.Wm. .

Regular Licensed Master W. II. CKESSOX! Clerk. .


11-umber. The only civil case on the'docket of JACKSONVILLE. Hodgson Bros. ::::: A. SO\LJS: &: CoJ
the (Mroult Court was J. Capehartvs.the .
With the very best experiences of over EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER FLA. .
Metcalf
F. E. O. Ry. Co., W. I. representing .
twenty years on all kind, of, the moat approved the plaintiff, and Ueo. M. Robbins Marine lull way. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
methods
sanitary of plumbing. the railroad oompl\,]). Mr. Robbins ,
has opened Jim-class shop on Beach moved to strike tbe plalntllTs replication General Merchants and Ship Chandlers.
street, south of opera !house, where I am aud Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizer
of issue
7 1 after the joinder ..Special Facilities... ,
to furnish and Install tbe ,
; pieparod very Plaintiff then
lL the motion was jtrant d.
l F latent and most approved system of sani asked to let the caxb go back to ruins' For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing a Ml 112 East Day Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
tary plumbing drainage and ventilating, continued until the fall
and tbe unit was Yachts and Launches.
together with all kinds of the very best term. Agta.lott'unnaFeed. Warehouses bn tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and< Plant System j
fixtures of the the ADVOCATS when
sanitary plumbing best Mention writing
In the evening a chancery case was argued *
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manufacture, with the 'very latent sanitary before HU. Honor-Gleason Bros.

requirement; all kinds direct and Co. vs. Woodruff from Hade county. Clothing Cleaned: Dyed The Nation's
Indirect, hot water and steam heating; W. I. Metcalf represented the defendant,
.! laundry drying room fitted. Alt work -
and presented a demurer to the bill of H'San iyittlGOJJ
I will receive prompt and personal attention ) Plaintiff WAS represented' by I Pressed and Repaired. Ladies'dressesa
complaint.
and( done at the very lowest terms. Mr. Robbins, After argument the demurer -' specially. ..Address ,Best Cigar
Estimates furnished. Tale SAM PZRKIfS .
cheerfully defendant : <
overruled aud ordered
: phone tIl, Daytona Fla. was Magnolia Avenue and Bth Street -
to answer by the June rule day. "
y P. O. Box ;335.I; ; tjrtnford, Fla. It'i nIl

Rt r Filter tubes are now for sale at --= .
+ Orniir. and Citrus: Tree In Dade County. r10I'JtIZL.Why : .
,1 this office, price 25ccs;.postage extra. :: Photography, Picture Frames
: buy Imported cigar, made from heavy tropical tobacco doctored wilt
t Land For Sale. The increase In the acreage planted : {fif ," and Mouldings. opium and other drugs; when you can have tan pure Florida. leaf at a flte-ceu
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and to be planted In orange and other: ;_ -
4 I7)fr) acres flrst-olass pineapple land citrus\ trees In Dade county will be mark- --,: Portrait Landscape and Marine Photo price?
desirable front on ,$t. Lucle river at a ed tills year It Is, however, said that -' -". graphs. Portraits In all the latest styles. FREE BY MAIL TO Biotas: : *LOC
bargain. Far reasonable terms write labor Is very scarce and high wages are t Old pictures copied and enlarged ANY1}
Nearly*nq)>gigantic birds a'andhlll' to in feet desired ..L7J
and finished In Boxofoo.
W. W. Lrce, being paid so that the clearing of land high welxbluit':act K>6010 noitmU e ch. Ontrtchnmt size any style j
... Tibbals. Fla. will be delayed until after the tomato <.etro,pvtrlchM"t&lac l and bady MUlcbet Florida views for tale. Work finishedfor .
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season Is over. There will also be a con Jim iucioi.Oaldei the farm amateurs at trade prices., S.:: r_ :eOVTI.rE
emnrt Tlnltcrn through
tUT" Reading notice ads. on this page sld..rable Increase 1 In\, the acreage plantedIn lalnlnit'all tout the bird.*, titter. n.t aitbits! F. M. TAYLOR ,
are dye cents per line per week. pineapples. plumage, eto. Tltusville, Fla. SAN MATED, FLA.

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