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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: June 13, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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'VOL. 34. NO. 10. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FBIDAY. JUNE 18 1OOQ. PRICE.Oo.



LOCAL NEWS FOR FINK DENTAL. WORK GO TO SAM PERKINS, Sanford, is Dyeing. Tlti LARGE ItUICK STOItU CANDIDATES FOR COUNT AMONG THE HOTELS.
Dr. Dodson the Court-house. *
near
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-There Is going to be a great jubilee OFFICES.

.And Topics of General Interest... -Look for W. W. Luce' ad. page. 8.; In Titusville on the 4th of July. Special Sale, Monday June 10, Where to stop along the East Coast.

-lfr. M. S. Jones, jr., of Quay, spent FOR GOOD FRESH GROCERIES AND at J. It. Walker & Co'*. Up to this date the following oandl, See list of hotels on page 7.

TEE ADVOCATE! a day or so in town this week. vegetables at the lowest prices, try W. Figured Organdie( price 10 cents per dates arc' In the Hold for county otlloes, Where to Hop In Tltusvillef See TItusville

\ (1.50 per Annum, In advance. -Candidates for office will oblige by E. Goldsmith, Titusville. yard, at 7 cunts. and we want to draw the attention oj f hotel ad on our Ttb page.

1.00 six months .. sending in $5: with their announcement. Judge; Minor S. Jones who has had White Lawn, cross bar, worth I'll: ( ots., the money voters of Ilrovard 4th to their announce< Tho ADVOOATB Is now on file at al
on our :
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. quite a long ;term of Court at Miami returned at only 8 cents 1 page the bolt hotels In New York city.
When you subscribe for the ADvo- -Mr. Wm. Prftetorius, of Canaveral, to his\ home here on Saturday: White Lawn, pretty lace stripe, regu- roil rilK I.KOI'ir.ATUHK.
were among the pleasant callers ..t this lar price 15: cents this 111\10,10 cents. Nearly all the cottages on the ooda.bench .
CATS by the year, It does not cost you lallt. lie will leave for Tampa on Sun. ; Wade II. Jones, Tltusvllle.
three cents per week, postage Included. office on Monday. day. Lauudrlud Shirts: Men's, well worth W. It. McFnrland. .' at bnabreezo are already rented,
50 cents; thin sale, 27 cents. and Manager/, C. O. Post and Chief Clerk
the ad. of R. W.
Note date -Keep your eye on FOIl HAIMIOAI I1MM ION KU.
of expiration printed upon Mrs. Jarvis of Cocoa COM
Wm. was a
Rhodes the clothier who has the finest Mackintosh Coats. good value at .d.1.0 Knappe! aid welcoming) guests to the
,
,
.your paper or wrapper every week.: This and most fashionable stuck of goods on passenger on yesteiday's northboundtrain each ; thin sale, *:.J 21.Men's \. R. Hudson Burr, Little River. Claiotuton Inn.
la a receipt for your money. No need en route to Chicago and other big
Canton or Jean Drawers /good TAX AHHKHNOK.:
the East Coast.
:for D8 to send receipt for subscription. Manager W. M. Young, of the Continental -
; cities In the West. She will return in
values at 40-cents this sale only 25 ots.Linolleum .
; R. It. Stewart
Brantley.
The date gives it to you. -County Commissioner J. R. Walker August handsome hotel) Atlantic leach, has been
pattern, regular J. F. Wooten Cocoa.
TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE )la on expects to leave here, Sunday, for Ooala, price $1.31: per yard; Monday only (ii) entertaltflng quite a few guests this week
,
-Tbe Fourth of July Committee for
8ayseverytlng TAX COLLKCTOII.K. and he the prospects a good sea
sale the news-stands at five to attend a of the : Com says
at following meeting County cents (full two yards wide)
is In
going along good shape
son look bl' Iht.
missioners' Association of Florida. W Hall, Tltusvllle. very
cents per copy : and all who visit Tltusvllle on the above Kitchen Site ft feet high ".0 ft. wide,
Titusville-B. R. Wilson A Son. i' -There will be a meeting of ChapterNo. occasion may feel assumed of having a 10( Inches) deep; thin sale #1.47. 1'. A. McMillan, Eau Oallle. The Duvnl and Westmoreland hotels,

J. B. Screven. 11, Eastern Star, at their Chapter- good time., Kitchen, Chairs, wood seat, strong and COUNTY THRASUHKH. Jacksonville, are still oolng a flourishIng .
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. room Tituavllle, on Tuesday evening substantial, sot of six for $.} ((In.G John Henry, 'ntIl v\llo.\ builnesa. Remember these hotels
,
News stand, Union depot next, at 7:30: ) o'clock, slmip A$:full attendance -Attention In drawn to the new ad. of Spindle oak chairs, sot of ftlx, #4 I 50ChltliMilnr. ( John 11. Wynn' Fort I'lerce.1.1I0lllC"U'I'INO when yon' visit Jacksonville. Their ads
of members is requested.Mr. Olivit Bros., commission merchants, on n drawers pollslmil' oak; ATTOHNKY. will be found on 7th page.
our !8th: so. This In said to be a well-
pa worth $1:1: 50 this sate til).
JlJT:: Reading notice ads. are ten cents Chas 4. Schuyler, cashier of the known, established and reliable communion A single, I; \\/.o. Iron lied, Spring and F. J. Webb Tit un III". The River View hotel Boltnar, N. J.,
line on that page. has boon leaaoil to Mr. Woolman Itokes.formel'l :! ,
per Planteis B.ink Jensen, was In town on house. Give them a trial. Mattress at the low price of >8,A) for the O. A. Frost, .
Hotel Seablight.
Sam Perkins Sanford cleans clothes. Tuesday and Wednesday. lIe was accompanied )' of Shrewsbury,
,
outtlt. run AND OAMK WAKIXCN
-Mr. and Mrs W. R. Sanders, prominent The name of the hotel has been '
-Advertise your pineapple slips, if by Mrs bchuyler, and both residents of Indlanola, arrived In Mall orders solicited. No charge for It. A. llardeo, :Sebastian.:: changed to Riverside Inn
of them their
were heartily greeted; by packing or drayage. Satisfaction guaranteed >
have any for sale. town yesterday. Mrs. Sanders has not COUNTY COMMlgftlONKHft.
j you many friends. or money refunded. Mr. John W, Green, formerly of Hotel
been In town In a long while, and her
-Mr, and Mrs. Harry Watton, of ClIfton of friends her We' lend the leaders In low prices. John R. Walker, Tltusvlllo.Q. Ormond, at Ormond but latterly the
-Capt. R. A. Hardee, Sebastian, many are giving :u hearty "
Durou the
;, were recent visitors to town. Make our store your headquarterswhile F. popular cashier at Royal Victoria
was In town on Tuesday and Wednesday greeting.
,
In Urn city J. R. idiot Indlanola.R. hotel. Nassau, N P., now holds a similar
candidate hands with his friends.
John II. for shaking
-Mr. Wynn, many I -Mr. and Mrs. Carl Xapf, of West Yours to nerve, I A. Conkling, Tlllman. position with Manager II. K.: Beetle,
the office of county treasurer, was In The Captain Is a candidate for fish and
| John
Ct Jones
:. Palm Beach, were among yesterday's J. R.WALKlR.'tCO. Quay. at the Bedford Wprlngs hotel Bedford r
and warden and he is for ,
[town on Tuesday Wednesday game: asking your northbound pansepgors, en route to the '!'ltun lIIe, Ha. II I. Klopp Fort Pierce Pa.

|HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures vote on our 4th page. 'metropolis of Florida, where they will J.K. Bull) White City,

all blood and kln diseases. For sale by -Mrs. E. M. Brelsford, who has been spend a few weeks as the guestsof Mr. Mr P. M. feuareai, of St. Augustine,

J. B.Screven, druggist, Tltusvllle! Fla. spending several months In St. Angus- and Mrs. Joe z pr. FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY, opened the Everett House, Saratoga:
MR. BOYE WITHDRAWS.
r tine, passed through hero, Monday, on Springs::! on June 1st. Mr. Scares: has
-During the vacation of Mr. T. E. -Word has been received In Tltusvllle boon In Saratoga for the two months
her to Palm Bench to join her hus / past
way Mr. Edwin 11[. Holman well known
his In the Eagle Clothing' announcing the death, on Saturday last a
Ramsey, place ,
band. She was accompanied by her lit TirrVII.I.K, FLA., June 10, 1002. oveisoelnft the renovating, refurnishingand
diamond dealer and watch maker sends
lilled of Mr. S. at Mr. ,
Store la being by Mr. Alfred Cleve- tie and Symmes, Courtenay. decorating of his popular hotel,
land. son daughter..Mr. Sy mines has been a resident on Indian the following to( the ADVOOATB;; ; To the Voters of Ilrevard County: which Is crowded with guests every

-. Fiank E. Bond, of the Bond River for, and wall blgbly,re.
many years
WoRcusTKit MASS., June9 1002.: summer.
-Editor Crosby, of the San Mateo I I hereby announce my retirement from
Lumber Co., has been looking after his spected. He was a bachelor, and had no
Item, was among Monday's southbound banking interests at Daytona for a couple relatives In the South. Editor Matt Count Ailvocntf.Inolosud the race for Treasurer of Urevnrd Coun Hotel Victory Put-ln-Day, 0., so well
pansengers, en route to Boca Ratone, to In doing 10 would cordially thank and ably manured for several summers
of weeks lIe of
Is the
or so. a those
look after his pineapple plantation.Mr. Clarendon Inn Seabreeze guest where he Is -We acknowledge receipt of the following you will find check for Five who have expressed an Intentionto past by our old filond, Mr. 'I'. W. Mo-
,
announcement, and wish the Dollars, which I wish yflu' would put In support me, for their kindness. My
I will on Thursday next the 1'JtU
.O. E. Alexander of Eau accompanied by his open ,
daughter.
formerly happy pair every joy and felicity: "Mr I your subscription list for me, towards reasons for retiring are of n business na Instant. There will be dances every
Onllie but of New York
now city, writesus -Mrs. Sai-kett, a former resident of and Mrs. Silas F. Gibbs announce the helping out your Fourth of July celebration ture. Respectfully ril, Wednesday and Saturday evenings and
that he going on the toad with Mr. Tltusvllle, accompanied by Mr. and (Irs. marriage of their daughter, Jennie Ce ,In Tluitvtlle\ which I see advertised )1', J lou :. the muslui will bo furnished by a, fine

W.East.A. Brady's company, "Way Down R. B. Moore, all of West Palm Beach, celia Miller, to Dr. Leon Ashley Peek, in your last Issue, an the people of Tltus military band, which Manager MoCreary

were passengers on Tuesday's north on Sunday, June the eighth, nineteen vllle sere all very kind la me while I ORANGE GROVES AT TITUS has engaged for the season
-We acknowledge, with thanks, a box: bound train, on their way to Ashevllle, hundred and two. At Home, Melbourne, was there lust winter enpocUNy Mr. \\.,rn. ih
of fine Havana cigars from Messrs. Hip- N. C., and other places for the summer. Kloilda." II. McKniliiud and his wife; Robt. L. VILLE. Mr. II. K.: Bern IK, manager of the Royal -

ley and Vlall.of Providence It. I. These Motlow, who loaned me his gun, borne Victoria and Colonial hotels, Nassau P
last winter, -Mrs. W." D. Miissendeo, who has -Mr. John Robinson, of Lake City and cnirliign; Copt James Piltchard, Bahamas. has taken unto himself a wife
gentlemen; spent on the East The outlook Ilr" of
large oranges
Coast. been enjoying a visit of several months Fla,, has purchased the fifth bllllinellll of who cashed check without charge; crop d.> the following announcement roceivedat
with her sister Mrs. M. P. Robblns of J. J. Tucker & Co. at Titusville and In the 'J'l lIlVllIe neiffhboihoud was never
Prof. Jack Latlln, who! gave me one of the ADVOCATH office proves "Mr.
-Mr. Joe Smith, Jr., a former resident South Tltusvllle left for her home In will take control of the same next Mon. the finest meal., on, his bout, that I ever bettor than now. On the whole, last Vernon Shaw announces the marriage of

of Tltusvllle, arrived from Jacksonville a Bath, Me., ou Mu ,.ay. Airs, Mussen- day. Mr. Robinson exp 'w 8 his family sat down to In my life; Rod many other winter was. .a most favorable one for tho his sister, Eleanor: Agnes, to )lr. Henry

few days ago, to take a position with Mr. I den's many friends hope to see her In composed of a wife nnd four child.CD. generous incidents that occurred while I groves, the frees coining out this springIn KUwoitlt Bemis, on Tuesday, June :lira,

F. M. Wooten, at his turpentine farm at I Titusville next winter.Dr. In the course of eight or ten days, aDd.Ibey was there, that I will never forget. good condition. The favorable spring 1002\ Kingston, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.
caused the trees to put on quite a heavy
Turnbull. -- J. B. Screven, of this place, has will occupy the McFarland house, Regards: to all the boy Hope you growth of new wood. Although the Bemis at home at tor Tuesday June 10th.Hod ,
on the liver bank. This Is quite an acquisition will all have a Glorious Fourth. I leave ford Springs hotel, Bedford, Pa.1
CALL A'! F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTOgraphic been busily engaged this week piloting weather tins been uncommonly dry so
Gallery, Tltusvllle, and see up all. his stock, and to-day he expects: : for Tltusvllle. next Thursday with a party of jewelry far this summer, yet the orange trees are The AUVOOATB Joins their many friendsIn

his samples of Photographs, Picture to leave for Miami, where ha will open n -Miss Mabel Sprngue Berge, niece of drummeis for a two week,? flailing trip holding their fruit fairly well. Mr. F.. hearty congratulations.Messrs. .

:frames, Enlargements and Mouldings. drug store. Ills many Tltusville friends Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Chappotln, valued In Hcowhegan/:! Mal 1111. I I.. Brady recently said to us: "You Anderson A Price, the well- d

Always aomothlng new. regret to have him leave, as be Is one of ADVOCATE subscribers, of Rochester, N. Very respectfully youn, would hardly know my grove; It has known and popular managers of Hotel

-Mrs. Wright and her daughter Mrs. our old and popular settlers.On Y.. and regular winter visitors to the resorts E. M, Hoi.MAN. put on a marvelous growth,and the trees 01'moral, Ormond Fla., announce the
of the East Coast, has just scoreda -- loaded with fruit." 'I'nesame of the hotel
are young opening Mount Washington ,
L. C. Branding, left here, Sunday afternoon the 8th page of this issue will be
, for Green Cove Springs, where found the ad. of 8cobie.fc Hughes, wholesale big victory at the recent commencement MRS. IDA M. FLAGLER.. In also true of the groves of Mr. Wm. lit. the new and magnificent hotel now In
*
exercises at the Freehold High Brown and others. course of construction, on the 28th of
fruit and
they will a fortnight Mrs. vegetable produce com
stay or
so. School N. J. where she carried off the fast
The Tltusvllle orange groves are July. The ADVOOATH Informed that
Wright may prolong her stay for a few mission merchants, of Norfolk, Va., who A winter visitor to the Polnol- '
months.Mr. for share of highest classical diploma. Mills Berge !, Itoval regaining their former size and product the Mount Washington will bo, when
are bidding a
k through the ADVOCATE'S your columns patron can now enter any college In the state of I ana hotel, Palm, Beach, who resides I !Iveness. The outlook for an unusually completed, ono of the largest and finest

and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown and age Both 'of these until New York. Rochester. N. Y., sends the following to large crop of oranges over the entire mountain hotels In, the world. Messrs.
gentlemen were
recently
(their daughter and son, Miss Louise and residents of Tltusvllle, ,and havean -The Fourth of July committee are the. Anvo&rIc: On Monday, Dr. Carlos length of the Indian River country was Anderson fc Price will be assisted by 1 1Mr

[Master Mark, left here, Wednesday, for enviable reputation for honesty and making grand preparations for celebrating F. MacDonald (who Is known to several never batter. In ninny sections new or U. Butler Smith, who purchased
1 New York city, and Haybrook: and New fair dealing. We heartily recommend the day la Tltusvlllo. Plans are not resident of Tltusvllle and Miami) removed ange proves are being planted, and before tbs furniture for the hotel, and who was
Mrs. Ida \[. the former
I Hartford, Conn., where they will remain Flngler, many years, with favorablo winters a former popular manager of the Man
them to the and but
pineapple vegetable quite complete yet, probably will be
wife of Mr. II. M. Flnglor, from the innl- wllLexceed (
|until October.Do growers along the East Coast. I IMr. by our next Issue, when we will give to the aoruage planted In citrus trees hattivo Club, New York; and Hotel Key
tarlum in 1'leanantvllle, N. Y, where she
Iliac of its palmiest da-Allaml West West.CHURCH.
at
Key
not fall to read the announcements and Mrs. E. O. Dearborn and full the arrangements for celebration. had been confined/ for three years, to" Homeseeker. ,

of candidates for county offices on daughter, Miss Dora, of Cocoanut Grove Our citizens are not only arranging;! to the Orchards, New Kochelle, N. Y. It
C our ,th page. These men are bidding were passengers on Sunday's northbounlitrain entertain those that visit Titusville with is owned by Francis Wilson the actor NOTICES.The .

1 for your vote, and that Is why they tell en route to Savannah, Ga. From amusements, but will also provide for I who with Ms, family, Is spending" the THE EAST COAST CANAL. -
you they are candidates for office In the i there Mrs. Dearborn and daughted sailed the comfort of her guests by having cozy summer In EngUud. Mr. Wilson was -

ADVOCATE columns Remember their' for New York, en route to Syracuse, N. places for the ladles and children, where paid $11,0"( ) for the use of the house for Work Is at last to begin In earnest on Tltuavllle 1'rcsbyterlan Sunday.
names at the polls, Y.,, where they' will spend the summer they can find the comforts of a home. the summer. Mrs. Flagler bas been the completion of the Kant Coast Canal, School has been changed horn will the mornIng held-
and be
the afternoon
-Capt. P. Nelson, left here, Monday, with relatives. Mr. Dearborn returned -Judge M. S. Jones bas refused the most generously provided, for; she has between the 11 all flu and Mantanzas until H'M 4
hereafter o'clock
for his home In South Am boy, N. J., to home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. petition for mandamus ought by the an estate worth over 1,000,000.( It Is rivers. Mr. George F. Miles, general l
look after his business interests, leaving Dearborn were former residents of TI- Democratic County Committee of Vwlusia said she made the Journey very willingly' manager of the company, has lust returned i Archdeacon It. 7. Brown will hold DIvine

his wife and Miss Larsen here to spend tusville, where their daughter Miss Dora, county, to compel Supervisor of when told sho was being taken to the ) from Beaufort, N. C., where he service on Sunday next at St. Marks tt

the summer at his palatial and cozy borne was born about eleven years ago. Registration: J. R. Wetherell to open the Tsar of Russia, whom she still thinks purchased two large; and capable dredges church Cocoa at II a. m. Also In Me.Oabrl.l'a .

on the banks of Indian River. Captain registration books for the primaries.The she Is going to marry.Do lie was accompanied on the trip by Capt. churoh Titunllle, at TOO: p.m.
the of the Indian
Nelson here in about Among guests I Judge, In his order that the Jim Illnton an expert. mechanic, who t
to return
expects a River hotel at this The usual services will be held at the
place, OR Sunday, '
show made thorough inspection of the new
petitioner Is unable to that be Is a
...
Not Full to n..I.'
was Mr. T. E. M. Lawson, who came dredges. Methodist church, Mlms,oed Sunday at
month.Mr. will be deprived of of bill
or legal
here to Mr. Wm. M. Brown In any 11 a. m., and at tlie Methodist church! ,
E. P. Porcher, of Cocoa manager I see connection rI bts. The case was brought In the Arrangement are now being made to y
: of the Indian River and Lake Worth with the l'alatka tannic acid fao.tory. name of Edward Fitzgerald, of Daytona, The County Democratic Executive secure .a towboat to bring the dredges Tltusvllle, at 7:13: p. m. A. M. Dalger

Pineapple Growers' Association, has Mr. Lawson, who bails from Scarborough a legally qualified citizen, who bas come Committee has' appointed the Chairman down the coast. One of them will be pastor.

opened an office at the headquarters of ; England, has been living in of age since the last registration, and of each precinct sub-committee the registration put at work on the north and one at the Rev. derrltt Vandsute will preach lathe x
the association at the Plant System India for many years, but when the Boers who desires to vote at the primaries. officer for his precinct for the south end of the cut. It .Is understood Rockledge chapelneatuntiay' morn-

wharf, off the viaduct, Jacksonville, declared war against Great Britain, he Miami. ews. approaching primary, and all citizens that the present company has determined Ing, at 11 o'clock; also, In the Tltusvllle d
where all the pineapples of the association joined a mounted troop of Englishmen who are entitled to the privilege, are Invited to push this part of the work by dig Presbyterian church at 7S10: p. m. The
will be handled ID India and left for South Africa to to register to-day and tomorrow, glng/ the canal to completion.Capt. public are cordially' Invited to attend.
tight the Boers At the expiration: of his Gardner's Flyer; June 13th aD<14th, In bis own precinct Illnton will probably have charge
-Miss May Worley, the charming time, he left Africa for England, and was The registration books are DOW openat of the operation of the dre( gea. It Is also
daughter of Judge Geo. A. Worley, of then sent by friends to Palatka to look the store of O. F. Duren. Intimated that further operations will Fur Hale.
this ad. and dressat
Miami, is spending l a few weeks most after the affairs of the tannic acid fad Bring get a summer be conducted after the canal Is made -

pleasantly with Miss Annie Jones, the tory. He will soon return to England, Monday following, for reduced cash: prices, Saturday or CLYDE and Mallory Round Trip Ticket navigable: between this port and the 11.1Ifax An Ideal home on Indian River; about

accomplished daughter of Judge Minor and from there he will go to India again. 8(>o. quality' 24o; 23c. quality 200. for sale, meals and berth Included. Rlrer.-Ht, Augustine Record. seven acres of land; good house, painted k
8. Jones. of Tltusrille. Miss May Is a
and In good repairfruit trees, shade
office Tltusvllle.
.200. quality 10c; 15o. quality I2o.lOc. CheapADVOCATB ,
bright young lady, and has already made trees tropical shrubs and flowers. A
many new friends among the people of Pineapple Crates.! quality 8c; .So. quality 40. Empty Sugar and Itlce Ilurrels. never, falling spring of pure water. Price
Titusville. We hope her stay will be C. A. GARDNBB, Titusville, Fla. FUJi Wanted. moderate good reasons for selling. For

lengthened, and that she will carry away I am now prepared to accept orders for For sale. Address, further particulars, address,
pleasant memories of oar little burg. 10 carloads pineapple crate material, for Furnished Cottage for Kent. Wanted, any part of one hundred Ions WALTER A. Moons, I.. W. 0.,

delivery after June 15th. Wilt, or dry fish for fertilizer purposes. 8 George St., Charleston, S. C. Care ADVOCATE_, TItnsvllle, Fla.

Pineapple Grower G. F. PADmsojr: At Melbourne Beach, Fla Enquire of .Address. stating price M. ,S.etc.HABLIS, ---

2t Eau Gallle, Fla. 13J ) W. B&A.t1".AJf'. 3t Merrltt,, Fla. A Fine Home-For Sale. Young Orange Grove for Sale. t

We can supply you with Pineapple A model southern home In South end -

Wrapping Paper In any quantity. Write Selling Out. Bronze Screen Wire. "The Volcano IJeadly; Work," of Brrvard county, on the Indian River, In the south part of Brevard county,
us for prices
tf Jensen, Fla Geo. N. Hatch, of Rockledge, Fla., U Just received, large consignment of A book containing an account of the 9-room dwelling and out-bulldlngs. Ten a -year old grove, consisting of 000 treesin

closing out his large stock of general PompeUn Bronze Screen Wire Cloth, Id destruction of $t. Pierre A vivid and acres In fruiting pineapples; 4U orange first-class condition, -300 oranges, 100
Draylntf.Draylng merchandise. and 18 mesh. acoorste account from eyewitnesses' of lemon, lime and grapefruit trees-most IlfI'&pefrult. 100 tangerine oranges and 100
Everything: to be sold for less than This Is the only kind of screen cloth the awful calamity which visited the Islands all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards kumquats.. Located In Sec. 0, Tp. 34, R.

or hauling of all kinds promptly 'cost, and a great deal at half cost. that Is absolutely proof against rust or of Martinique and St. Vincent. and flower /garden. Will be sold at a 40. you want a nice young grow, this

attended to. Meets all trains. Stove You'should not fall to take advantageof corrosion. Write for prices. Orden taken for this book, also several bargain. for fall particulars. address iC. I will suit yon. Prices for next 00 days,
wood supplied. this sacrifice sale, beginning Wednesday O. F. PADOUOX! religions and historical books by C. J'. ." 12,500.00. C. T. McCAirrr,

ALFBED HADZ.CY: Tltnsrille.C Jane 4th. 2w 2t Eau Gallle, Fla. Fischer, Tltusvllle, or the yacht.Elsie F. Care ADVOCATE, TItnsvllle, Via. Ankona, ria.r4 .





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y EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JUNE 13. 1902. _ _ _ _ _

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In trip Mbt'UllntIOllh vaiipy WbO must Ing ."Providence our 'arm THE FOURTH OF JULY. Notice. GENERAL DIRECTORY.

IIIN4a.O first be reckoned with. This wasStonewall with a victory at McDowell yester -

": lPlIO\ Jackson a soldier chiefly day." .T3f: :: THE MAfrTER OF THE ESTATE OF V. B. LAN OFICE.hr. .

: () < known at that time as tbe hero of aplcturrwiutf _1_ Martha C. Callanan, deceased.. : B. (Chubb... ... .... .. ................Regl.....
td burned
1 xes Incident of the first Bull Perhaps if those dispatches T1TUSY1LLE WILL CELEBRATE. distributees and I st.. O. R..bln..o.. .................Iwoelnr'Olllce.
To the cndlton. heirs,feitatecs, .
(\ bad fallen into unfriendly bands they at Gainesville, Florida.
11 IO aU other Interested In said estate t
Itun. lIe bad Indeed played his part persons
4 linm5W.iIc64tI J would have told too much. Jackson U. S. SENATORS.
Yon are hereby notified that James Callanan
In the savior of the valley
_ a small way an had more mystery In his mind. lIe and C. l'. Holme., executor of said estate have J. P.Tallaferro...... .... .... .. Jarlronvl1le..
SS.lfi some weeks before. When Mc sent his cavalry to follow up Mllroy Bled their petition In this court praying that an S. K.Mallory.. ... ...... ....... .. ..renutcola.
SIN bad his well order be made authorizing. them to tell at private
Clellan
: got army away and Scbonck on the road to West Vir ale for cash the following doncrtbed. lands U. B. CONGRESSMEN.

from the front of Washington and en ginia and also down to the to situated In Brevard county. State of Florida, Robert W. I>avls... ... .. ... .......... ..Pulatka.
route for tbe peninsula all of Banks' valley to-wlt: The South M of the Southwest W of Section 8. M. Bparkman........ ........ ... .. ..Talll!>a.
confront Banks at Straaburg. Once S. Township. *4. South of llange 4" East
.LI3; troops except Shields' division had been more the little of the Shcnnndonb Also Lot la, (.ota.!: Lot Ib and Lot fb of .T.F. FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.E. .
army
"; taken across tbe mountains eastward Woolen's nub-division of Hont.li % of smith N. DlnilckPalm :}toaeh..Senatar.
disappeared from public view and 20 acre of lot 2, and North 80 ores of Lot K. B. lUuluroon fort fierce .. .Representative.
t ; t. act as II sort of reserve for McDowell was wrapped in mystery to all except 8 In Section 1, Township 86, South of Range !
In his task of guarding Washington. 40 East, lu Krevard county, Florida accordingto EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
tbe faithful few whose business It was filat on tile In the oltloe of Clerk of Circuit

il v"wv' '". AA Stonewall was supposed by his to know. The army could not be hid Court of said county mid named Stats for tha Jlu..eot > Win.H. Clay S.Jennlnga..Governor.Crawford.. ..... .... .Secretary of State.
enemies to lie In retreat. With one foe paylnu the legacies, In the will of
den from Itself but Its leader kept bU 11ma.ke Jnmes 1) AVhltllrld. . .. ... ...Treasurer.Wni. .
menacing him on the west another in Martha Callanan: and praylnir that Geo. B Lanmr.... .. ...... ..Attornej-(Jeneral,
I plans to hlm elt. One of his In. Robbing, Knq., be appointed I coinnilnaloner to .
genera whomsleontors W. N. Situate. .. .. ...Rupt. Public In tructlnn.II. .
his front on the north and McDowell deed or deeds to the to .
who was second In rank and \vould rlll'tl. E. MoLin..CornmiIliiI000rAgFiciltttmre.
., between him and RIchmond. retreat might; make sales 0 lands.such In Alon." C. (Croom.. .. .. .. .. ........Comptroller. :
In
E'j J have commanded the troops In case of full conformity with the statutes ca.elU..de I J.Cliffordlt. Foster..AdJntant-1anera1.

would have been the natural move fora accident to Jackson. came away from and provided.' that John Bradford. .. ... .... ...lnrveor..O..ral.
general lacking lu audacity. Jack You,., and each of yon are hereby notified In It.Ji.Uone .. .. .. .. .. .... State Chenilnt.
on interview with his chief rating him ante objection be made In writing by you .
Florida.
son did, In fact. retreat up tbe valley ir, my ofllce uli Tltusvllle Florida, before 14th day Offices at Tallahassee
i bitterly for stupidity. "Why. said he of July 11X12) the prayer of said petition -will begranted '
of Banks Winchester .
'In front at
from
COURT JUDGES.
SUPREME
;, & said
ale of
I 1 went to him for orders and be aim- < and order made for private
bgt he quickly turned about and attacked 'lands and of coinmlHiioner as M.H.Mabry ....Chief Justice
t 22d of ply'told me to take my men to Ktaun-:! % prayed for In appointment suld fiotltlon.l IP. B. Carter.:::::::::: ::: ::.:'Associate: Justlue: :

: BO vigorously ou the ton; never said a word about his >one and ordered this 6th flay of June 10O3. tt.l"". Taylor...... ..... ... .... "
March that Banks recalled his soldiers plans., I haven't the slightest idea At meeting held In the parlors of the A. D. FKNNKY' : County Judge; .

from the east of the mountain and fortified Indian River hotel, Wednesday, June -Itb, ExercisIng frobata Jurisdiction. RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.: I
what they may be. Don't believe be I

STONEWALL his line at Strasburg. a third of has the sense of a horse.. which was largely attended by many of J n.. I.E.. MorRan Day, chairman..flaineiville.... ... .. ... ... .......Jasper. ,
I : tbe way up tbe valley from tile Poto our prominent citizens, It wan unanimously Proposed Olmligre of Name of the J. M. .y.UJ. ,. .. ... .. .... ....KlsAt...."....
Meanwiiile Jackson was communicating decided to hold a. Fourth of July John L. Neeley, Jr., clttrk .. ... .. ....Aroadln.",
mac. Town of Titusville.RElOL'VED' and olllces at Via.
t>y, stealth "vltb General JohnstonIn celebration InTitusvIlle. Headquarters Tallahassee

H : On the Confederate side the war front of Richmond. lIe was asking Among the amusement for that day CIRCUIT COURT.

u JACKSON{ % the first week in May, 18(12. was wait- for orders to attack Banks and keep will be-a balloon ascension and para- FIRST. THAT THE NAME OF !Minor S. Jones TUnsvllle.... Circuit Jn Ing for a hero and Stonewall proved (TltiiBvllle) be changoU to IN- J. i>. lingua Orlando. ...I'rofleculinir Attorney.Sprlnur .
chute
up t the scare In the valley aa well as at jump a yacht race, tournament 1)1 A.N lUVKlt:!: CITY. Term-Fourth Monday In April.
himself the man. He was'a student Washington BO that/ the Federals wouldbe street fair, free lunch: band performances fleeonil. That the ProprIety of such change of Fall lerin-Fourth Monday In November.

tt unFOR In war committed to two theories. One fireworks, a grand ball, etc. name ba submitted to the vote of the people of
prevented from marching way to McFarlarwd thi Town at a riwclnl election to be held on the BREVABD COtiATY C<'URT.A. .
!Ir. W. II. wan appointed
theory was> "Always mystify mislead 're-enforce McClellan and McDowell\ In with full loth day ofvuly, 1WI2.Tlie .D. Penney.... ..... ... .. ....County Jutlfro.
and surprise your enemy" and the chairman of committees, powerto following citizen are appointed/ to conduct James K, Andrews, . .Prosecuting Attorie'.
I the armies. In tbe east! the "Hurl force the coming attack Richmond.. Jack appoint all subcommittees.There said election : L. A. Brady. cleric\: C. JI'. A. :A. Stewart. .. .. .:.' ... .. .. .. ....County:. Clerk.flprlnu .
other your own on only apart bad received PUcker S.J. Norton, and C. L>. Cane,
:: warcry In thlt spring son already department will be lots of fun for those who nepeu- ;Term. -Siicond Monday in May.
of your enemy and crush it. The Bummer Term-Second !Monday In August
instruction very much In tbe vein of take the onnortunitv to visit l Tltusvilleon ton.All registered. the Town books
18U2 was "On to RichI persons upon Fall Term-Second !Monday In November.
I valley was a scene well suited for his Commodore ScLley'a/vhen; he went after the abov'e"ooca lo hall be entitled to vote irrespectIve of poll tax. Winter Term-Second Monday in February.
In effect It not In nc- The form of the ballot to be used at the eleutlcm
Between tbe Potomac
policy. river has been carried
A
tbe Colon in the harbor of Santiago.lie subscription paper
tual terms. the cry meant that the base for the Federals. and Staun was told not to risk his troops: in attacks around this week and nearly *::100 l<) have hull changing be iFor the name of the Town to Indian COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. .

the column should go forward froro ton, the base for tbe Confederates the already been subscribed towards defrayIng River City. E. Minis, SlipariflbeflIeflt..Bonaventiire.: ,
of upon fortified positions./ Banks Affallnt) rhanglnff. the name of the Town to Indian Member : J. !M. Dlxon ollalrm"D.THUI\Vllle; \
Washington Mimussasplnlna.
by wny valley ..t* :100 miles long. There are bad fortified Strusburg. What was aa ) the expenses of the celebration, River City. R. N. Andrews Coooa; C.I>.I'.t's.. Fort Plerue.COUNTY .

whl're. the Bull Run disaster passes to tbe east and to the west, all obedient and the time audacious which will be one of the bluest events' Pawned In open session of the Town Council .
commander of the at same that has taken the East this June Srd 1002.) COMMISSIONERS.
befell In 1SU1. Tbo ever place ou ,
to be. guarded to keep the army out or commander do? But Jackson W
Joiix R. Cb'r'n.
to *LItER.
Coast. John R.
.1. R. Tltnsvllle
of tbo Potomac. General Mc- Walker rhalrman
; Army to hem It In. Jackson set out for a was t'ljuul to the dilemma. It requireda The following: committees: have been 1" Cletlan adopted a compromise plan. A. I\louOAN.
game of hide and seek. with occasional few lJondllYIl of mystifying Bunks J. I.. CAKItUTHERS. "yJ.; Frank hell, White City.Rnfftilar .
appointed :
held nme In each
!which kept V'ashlngton; covered froze session are Monday
buttles to keep a Federal scare In Approved : J :JtAitio.v MIXON Mayor.
up and Fremont with his few squadrons W. II. McFarlanrl, chairman of com. month.
attack by the Con federates and tookI Attest: O. A Fno 'r, Clerk.
tbe valley threaten to cross the Potomac of cavalry and a few more marches .7. O. East secretary. BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.

the roundabout course of the Virginia and In this way compel the Washington and countermarches of his soldiers, E. Jj. Brady treasurer.Reception A. D. Penney, :, ...... .County Judge.Jaa. .
!!
peninsula for moving: Ms men and government to hold a large forceIn wltli *ii rolling backward, and forwur l Committee: Hon. John 1\[. Notice of Application For Tax E. Tltn.vl1lel'\\lei.; . Pros AttV
gllllll to theen ten of Richmond. He Dlxoii Mayor oi-Titnsvllle: ; H. It. Wilson A. A.Stewart'rituuIIle.'ountyCierJ. ,
the This would weaken
vicinity. of railway trains to Instill. Intq the Deed. F. Wl.'ten.CoeOft..T""'" Assessor.
expected to Kiiln by this the James 31. I). and Clias. It. Walton.
the Ix-sloKei'u/: of Richmond and by Just lulntlH. anil ; Voder Boo. 8, of Cn.> >. 4H88, Laws of Fla. E. W. 11..11.[ || Tltusvllle.. Collector,
KONxlpliiK" women ]
/: /; countrymen
% river for tbe warships and the supply Financial Committee: Geo. M. Rob. F. n.lio .e.'rltu.vIlIP.... .. .. .. .. Treasurer.
so much I I I .
For bins, J. U. Bust. K. I) Minis llonaventure Supt. Pub. Innt.J.U.
transports. the protection of of Tnx, Certlllcate No. 4.1J. iliuocl. the 4th
first concern was to look ht-ut :\ll'CI..lllln.'ns not Fremont W. II :WoFniliind. trIms Tl tmvllle. .. County Surveyor.J. .
to hell and Ascension ,
Washington directly In front be stationed Balloon s 'lay ol.1 II lie. A II. 1HU4, has Died, said rtlllate P. llrown Tiliisvtlle. ShurllT.
r out for Ills. .base at 13tlllllt0I1.11111 was IIII1MSI nit hIs _'(>. 40.000
men at Fredericksburg ilfftd to Issue In nccurdanite with law Bald
cer
threatened curly In May by the march march from Jiiclc- Street Fair: Mrs. Oeo. lol, Ro blutl.
under flenerol) McDowell. Intending to only two du.VM' tlllrata einliriK, (, the fOllowlllle..lbe,1/ \ property TITUSV1LLK TOWN COUNCIL,
of two divIsions of Fremont's army son's I"i we at Stirunton'Was, not Banks Boat Knee: 12 II. Wager.. mtntUerl lu Hrevflrd county "Florida to wltt
;; march them forward to Richmond as the- western mountains toward Music\ : James I'rltchaid. KJ!(; oU\. I soon as he could tie the in across growing uti'oiiKcr every day at Struiburjt :! *- RaiireJI5| .......t. Tile Saii land bel..tr aaHHSited at and tax ooll.-ctori W. 8. Branulno, clerk and
enemy up Ste unton. Suddenly JackHon'd entire ? .II ('klOou was hugged. In the Tournament : D. B. Pritchard. Mm date or thelnHuaneeof such certificate. la.the treasurer; John' Henry, tax HMepHort John 1C.Walker .
his capital on the James. force except) his cavalry pickets. disappeared eyes Minor .Sports : K. A. :Morgan. name of F. (}. Brow Trustee. (Un Ie.,. aid e..r. F. A. IVorican, O. F.Diiren,::' S. O.VanInndlnKham -
Still another lay between Wash.I of clumsy strategists"' for Fremont Free Lunch : K. ,v. Ithodes. tltioate shall I be rofleemed.' according to and J. L. Cnrruthers. councilmen
pass from the valley. Ills sol- hemmed In the valley on tbe went cluiid; will matte. thereon:; on the 18ih day ;j'u':: The c..uncllmeete first Tuesday In fach month.
Ice Water arid Meats; F A. Lesley.Klreworki .
and
Richmond to the
ington open army A 1> 11X13.WitiiBBH. .
that could control It by fighting. This LOIN: marched cost In the night thl'ollglltwo Him Us on the north and McDowell cast : Major K. M. Taylor. mv oftl..llIllIl"nature" and seal this the : TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE.

fr i tciips In the Blue Ridge and the of the Blue illdge. Retreat alone could Excursion: Geo. SI. Robbius..Grand ( l H'h' fillY of May, A. I). luoj.IL. n. M. Robhlns, preiild..iit{ .1. M. Dixon tressfirer. -
t rtras the famous Shenandoah valley friendly people of tile valley were told nail E. L. Brady ( N.)) A. A. (STEWART; J. <*. Best aecretary. Meets second. Wed
since hadbeen :
sure' Stonewall and. nothing .
1 from tile Potomac above Washington Clerk Circuit Court of Jlrevanl County Fla. ..
ii; flondlng ".d..y night/; in each inoutli at their rooms.
headwaters they would go to Richmond on the seen, of him and little beard of During the absence of the Chairman,
*, southwest to the of Virginia Central railroad. They boarded all will bo In FREE: AND ACCEPTED MASONS
the of details
him since he!' struck the lightning blow management;
: the James. At the beginning of May tile cars at an obscure station and at Mllroy :May 8t: he must have retreated charge of the secretary, .1. (O. IJast, to Application 'for Tax Deed. Indian River Todpe; No. 00, holds its meetings.
three Federal armies were facing to. the. Micnnd and fourth Friday evenings of eacltiiionth
wnrd tho of the Potomac at night steamod westward to Stiiun- and would next be heard of In front whom all committees ara required to re "':VTOTICE M HERBBV GIVEN TITAT EDWIN1jj at their lodge room., near COlin house,

i Richmond Army ton. A hurried march took the column of Richmond. So the campaign! rested port. _ ;_ \ Ji.ODKLL. pn."hfUlerofTax Cei.tltluate *t7:3i: ( o'clock I". m. J. R. Walker W. ,..t.Ji' .;
I under McClellan's personal leadership the mountain < No 44, dated the Oth ilav of July A..H. IHIIT A. )Morgan Sec'y.
to of McDowell
r town In the Shennntlouh at tbe end of for Mnlarln has. flail mid
I confronting the at Yorktown valley The neat Prescription certIficate In my ortlce, and has
enemy ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.
McDowell's and there on :Mny 8 Jackson, hav the first. week of.Miiy. Chill and Fever U a brittle of Grove's DIlUte application for tax deed to IRlue l in .oiittrditnie -
KrederlcUs-
; corps at completely/ mystified and surprisedhis KUIUJE! [.. KILMER. Tasteless Chill Tonto. It l Is simply Iron with law Said certificate embraces Friendship I l Chapter, No. 11, holds its meetings
I the lullowiiiir dnnorlbed rltnnteri In : .
bur under orders. to proceed overland piopert.v In tIme Masonic I IjOilire room, Tltnsvllle.. ou the
I :
enemy struck a weak part of bIll and quinine In a tasteless form. :No Krxvnrd ooiinty. I Klorliln. to-wlt : All of PnctlouIK first'I'Inufltlav\ in euoh month arStttOo'clouk, p. miand
_ j ., to Richmond at the critical time and force arid crushed It. Fremont's advance Uure, No Cure. 1'rlce i 50uts. : :Towniiliip: :; 30) South. lUnice as Knur. ;The sal.I the ihlid. Tuesday In each month at 7:.'")
General tanks' corps in tbe Sbenandoah Tax on HnbieH laml l ieinir iiosiied at the date of the lmuniu o'clock p.m. The rlnwlnita.re|' the ofllcers ol
''i led by Milroy and Schenck. bod "( rnch. eertlflcato, In the mime, of II. II. Siiok-tt. the lodi : Mrs. G, M. Kohblris, worthy matron;
I I valley standing ready to defend readied McDowell on the way to Extremely bn( weather la a great tax I'olnnH until curtiflcnte. slmiI I be rvilva i ed aicormi-linn t'r. H. R. Wilson worthy .piuroii ; Mrs. B. K.
;f Washington from attack on the north upon tliPdlcrex'tve! powerof babies; when BRITISH ERS TO CELEBRATE. to law. IHJC dueil will ISHIIM thereon i.u the Wilson, ......K.I.te umtrou ; !Mr. F." A. Morgan,
ytnutitoii.! The battle with ,, .
: was 24th ilHV of JllllM-A. .
0 IMIj.Wltnms

valley nnd thus threaten Richmond on few doses White's Crjum Vermifuge, Program H.. Been Partially Decided Upon 2/,1 lily. nf May A. U, ItHtt. Hsnoctate, .. Airs. O. W. Hcoblr. -
I mountain top where artillery could not fl. "-1 *. A. MT \V\R'r, .on'I1".treR8'n ,..
the north or to march In detachments the children's tunio. It will stimulate Hy Ltioal Comm Itteo.l AiUhjMrn.; J. IItllllll.; F. A.
be brought to the tiring line. Jackson and facilitate the digestion of I hole fo.nl. Clerk Circuit Court of Ilrevard County Fla. Morgan. KHtlier; Mrs.' .,. I. Cnrruthers, Martha;
to the support of .McDowell either for .. ..
Mrs. T. T. Wetu ore, 1Iar8h..1111.| Z mlie>
who residents of
the defense of hIs line at Fredericks- won the fight. and his enemy retreated III.tbat they noon becomeHtiong, healthy "The Britishers, arc Stewart Sincta.TITUSVILLE'S; .
1 back to Fremont's main camp. and active. 2;*>o at Wilson & Son's.: Jacksonville will appiopilntely celxbrate A Cheap Indinn ICIvor Home.
burg or In an attack on Richmond. In
Stonewall pnfmud the night of May the coronation of Emit Edward VII on
the mountains went of the valley still J mm 20. 1'11101 I ndicst, ions are that a large;
In house of citizen of McDowell.
8 the TRAINS.
u :: ISl'
'I: another Federal army under Fremont : The birth of a new no tlon* Is In these number of visitors, from all parts of the This plapi ronslsts of ? acres! 1$
Next morning one of bill ofticers mile north of Kort Pierce. Four -
was working its way east to hold the day mi uncommon eVlnt.yltbl n state will vl!.it Jacksonville to enjoy themlny acres
who wits going to Statin ton called to are! and relieve Hunks of that task Interesting entities which have lire The following al'lt the times nf arrlva-t. >1
: valley
eel If the general/ hail any messages to scarcely more than a generation the been arranged. 2VKK()( ) bearing: pineapple plmitu on the And departure of passenger trains to and
t troops mass
send to Richmond. Jackson fiat down world hits wltnexKod'' '' the passing of The li>oal committee Is preparing a program place There are 2} acres ready/ to set front.Titusvllle:
Ii for Richmond overland
on the route. and wrote what he! said was n dispatch several separate' and Independentstates ; which Is not entirely completed in. orange/ trees- and pineapples The SOUTH BfIUI
))1) ,I The combined! forces of McDowell. to be. wired from Stauntou to President : among them those of Mild,.- but the following baa been decided upon : remaining nine acres is good pineapple Leaves. Tltnsvtlle for !Miami. and I :I ..A7w. ..
Fremont and Banks) mustered 80,000men land arid a portion of it good for trees.It intermediate point at I PJ
I Dnrls. He! wrote> nenrly half page of !! Finland. Samoa and Hawaii "
gaacar. 22.
admirably placed for the defense, 8USUAV, JUNK r" a frontage Indian Hlver. The KOaTHBODND.LeaveTlrusvllU .

of Washington or supporting tbe at- foolMctip. then standing In front of a and tlu-re, IK !lOW'III progress the work 10:00: a. m.-Special coronation services best uiilUIIng site la on a high elevation for Jacksonville I 2OJ!

tuck on Richmond. fly evacuating fireplace read It over carefully and of liiKiiltihlng the national life of tli! will be held at All Saints' Church, In overlooking the river the town, .. and Intermediate points f : P-m'
qjtHed;' It into the dames. Another raessige. South Jacksonville.The and the Indian itiver inlet. There is Tltnsvllle for Sanford .. T:05: a.b
Yorktown
the 4th of May 1802. tbeH Boer republics. Consolidation and centralization irrlven TIMisvllla from Han ford Of S:20
L not quite as long as the first ferry company has kindly promIsed no house on the premises.Fort p.1O

.t was written and llkewUe thrown into are the order of the day to run an extra boat for all wishing Pierce is a division point on the

"i i the tire. Then be wrote two lines soy- In statecraft' as well as In commerce to attend the services. Florida East Coast Rid Iway and a placeof

and industi',. The spectacle of the es- some importance, with good prospects

tabllslmieut (If u Hotwelgn ntut'e on the THURSDAY JUNE: 20. for future development. There A Sample copy of one of the best farm

12, noon-A royal salute will be fired. are stores of all kindgMeveral!' churches,
Isluud of Culm which we have so lately > published free If will send
2:10:! p. m.-The following games and school, postoffice telegraph!' ofllce etc. papers you

\ SILENCE It'lI'HMt'd IK therefore' u novel one. noils' will baenirazed In at the Floilda Tills place will make a fine home and your name on a postal card, mentioningthis

Country Club: Cricket match, lawn tennis capable( !' of being made quite a plantation. -

The instinct of modesty natural to tournament cl..ckl.lf/ match 100vard Five hundred\ orange and grapefruit pap r.

", every woman la often a great hindrance Now tout Uwmnny/ proposes to send : footrace, :220->ard foot hurdle race,, trees and 10(1,000( pi nt'apple plantscan THK PLOWBOY Co.,

to the cure;of womanly diseases. Women u" over n B til tne of Frederick tins broad ar.d long/ jump, obstacle race, be placed on It. FIne flailing/ .ha nt-

H 2J shrink from the personal questions of (;I'l"nt. who was favorably disposed throwing the cricker ball, putting the InK and ovsteriiig inutile immediate vicinity. Atlanta GIIi

the local physician ________.________ townnl t the American patriots In their shot, three-legged; race!', quoits and tug Fort Pierce l is headquarters

which I .. of war. for hunting, fishing and sports generality. -
Btruirjrlt for imnlmpm'ndc'nc-e. Great Britain
/ -&m1- seem indelicate. 4SO: p. m.-Garden ,party at Country Pricelim!' which ia very cheap. .

The thought of % t:: tnlKlit: olT-u't It hy giving/ us a stntUf Club. For full information address. eewr4..esrn--- -

examination: : is of Kdniiim. Burke, whose sympathies M 1 p. m.-Banquet at Casino In River- O. '1'. MCCARTY,

&' abhorrent to : VV.TO with im lu the early stagesof Hide to Which official\ guests will be In- Ankona, Brevard County, Fla. Md"'

: 'iJ LI'H they them,endure and so in the Revolution.Nov Ited. FRIDAY, Jtr.vfi :27. /

silence a, condition ) A Iture Clmtice.
It Is the wish of limo c.mmitleotohavo

of disease that Florence Burns has been nail the St. John river.
a ball and on
which surely 11 10-1((10 acres, Ol0! feet frontage on ,--9v1ffIfff4;
progresses from twice Cl .9l From the accusation of Whether this plan will be carried out vtlll, Indian and Banana rivers.
bud to worse. murdering/ Walter Urooks. the recreant be announced later. citrus trees, about half coming Into
Those wishing to J. ln In tIe games and
It has been lover bearln ,.orangl''' tangerlnes -a//eQ7n.Fd
who. It Is alleged betrayed her, athletic sports will please advise F. W. < grapefruit (

) Dr. Pierce'aprivilege It would seem! to be about time for the Ilaward, Esq chalrmin of the sports kunuiuatg, 0 bearing mangoes;\ ,
to curea 3 hearing avocudoeg, ]4.01111> ) bearing
great ninny ,. New York pnpent to end tbe exploitation committee, 313 West Forsjtn street at pines, 3110( to IOU bear!rig gila va\(; besides tntMr.o///U, tllj

women who : ?. of the salacious case. once. grnpes!' ha mianas,|persimmons a nnrserjr w,1tJ
have found a There Is no entrance fee. and prizes of about\ l,00lsour) orange: trees ready d-fh/l /OQ:

for modesty will be /given for each event. to bud few .
refuse ; a peach treesacres: vegetable
in his offer Aocord'ng' to all accounts Hetty There will he no charge for entrance to land, 4-inch artesian well, large dX-

of/recoiisuIta- Green tins not yet bad to hurt any one the sports and !garden party at the Country wharf, drive well soft water, 8-rooui r Irbr"p.t'rtq

tion by letter. 'A" ::.: with the revolver she secured official Club but tilling. wishing to attend dwelling,store building packing house '

All correspondence .. h-; Hume will plel\II8' apply to the committee tool house, warehouse :2-ton ice box 7z
permission to She beoverwiielmed ,
carry. may yet ac 315 West Forsytb street for tickets to
is held 1 as ..4 .tY I 2 a"rt'slC poultry yard. Fruit\ this

strictly private .. with the remorsefulthought /grounds.On year will bring: *:lOC to *K)(). Rent --
Friday evening, June it, there will ----------------
and sacredly that It represents a useless expenditure from vegetable land will kl'pplp\
bea of Britishers at the grove. ;
!iden tla general meeting
con of good 1'. A. MCMILLAN
Address Doctor money. Hoard of Trade rooms at 8 o'clock. All ,
Eau Gallic Fla. KIDNEY DISEASES
R. V. (Pierce .Ti/. \' are earnestly requested to be present.

Buffalo N. Y. A Splendid Itemedy.

STONEWALL OKitTROVINO>I ) A WAft DISPATCH. Dr. l> ierce.1i2< Neuralgic rheumatism Hot Weather AVcakncss. llado County JLand "or Sale.

Confederates under General Joe Johnktoii Favorite establishes Prescription -_ _f and sciatic pains pains yield, to the penetrating, lumbago If yon feel fagged out listless and lackIng For sale, cheap,-the northeast quarterof are the most fatal of all dis-

opened for McClelUn tbe puss to regularity dries weakening drains Influence of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It in energy you are perhaps suffering/ southeast quarter) of section 3, township eases.

Richmond In the center of the peninsula. lieals inflammation/ and and penetrates to tbe nerve and bone and from the debilitating effects of summer 38, south of range 41 east close to
uleeraUon: ;
Ills troops went rapidly forward cures female weakness. being absorbed into tbe blood, its heal I weather. These symptoms I ndlcate that O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on CHI CVJO KIDNEY CURE I U I

ill the tracks of tbe retreating enemy. ing properties are conveyed to every part a. tonic Is needed that will create a healthy St Lucia River; 40 acres.
HaviiiK u ed Dr. Pierces Tavorit Prescrip FULL I
of the \body and effect wonderful O Guaranteed HemadJ
There was but one road over the barren tlon and '(}olden Medical Discovery during some appetite make digestion perfect Also the northeast quarter of northeast -
the PHM! year," write* Mm. Mtlw LoiiU. of cures. D. F. Moore, agent Illinois Central regulate the bowels and Impart natural of section 18
quarter
and tbe march of ; 38
candy peninsula Fibula Vaacv. Perry Co.. PH.: "I csn trutuiullyrccommeiiil Railway, Milan Tenn., states: "I to the liver. This. Herbine will township .
activity
the was slow. these" medicines for all female weak have used south of range 41 eastoci south fork of or money refunded. Contains
army .......... I have unetl Mirerat. bottle of H.vorilPrescription. Ballard's Snow Liniment for do; It Is a topic, laxative and restorative.II. St. Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to
I ; Wltb McClellan actually marching ; I .' which I consider a jreat blewingto rheumatism, backache eto., in my fam J. Freegard, Propr. Grand View hotel, CRAB. II. remedies recognized by emi
too Richmond the hour bad come for weitk women 1 wa ao uervou cud d!.. ily. It Is a splendid remedy. We could Cheney Kan., writes: "I have need Her WALTON
counted that I hardly knew what to do. Your do Tltusvllle Fla. nent physicians as the best for
not without
the armies la westward to It. 20,110o and $1 at B.
waiting kind mdvtce for home treatment helped me won- bine for the last 12: years, and nothing on
close down from the direction of the derfully. Thank to Dr. PicK. K. Wilson A Sou's drug store. earth can beat It. It was recommendedto Kidney and Bladder troubles.

upper James. But there happened to Biliousness ia cured by the use of Dr. me by Dr. Newton, of Newton Kan." Foley's Honey and Tar PRICE 5Oc. aA4 $'.00.
I Pierce' Pleasant Pellets. The ADVOCATE does COo B. K. Wilson Son's.
at
tie an .opposing> force rather.a. genius job printing. cures colds, prevents pneumo & n. u. WILSON &: sow.













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Professional Cards. Volcanoes and tbe Ivtliiiilun Canal.It The Case AfCitliint. the host! Combine. KdwMrd I. or..:thuar.1 VII. Future of tho Cuban Republic..

Is: not sUI'VI'lslnthat/ the late destructive The rigor with which the. federal If there Is any cliiiid on tIme British Now that the Cuban Ship! of state .. \ \ \

m XEO.. M.ATTORNEY. BOBBINS, volcanic convulsions ouMnrtlnlqiie department of Justice Is proceeding political horli.on. Henry I.nlxnicberu" I has been fellcltlously.! launched upon h. ;: \ '1rA

nnj St. Vincent shoiiU have against the so called beef puckers' editor of London! Truth 111:1.v lie depended the sen of national life und the tin* ,p, ".,..i.o.ndl.'j 1l'L :

AND COUNSELOR brought out vigorous warnings from combine eoiunio-iuhiblo and is likelyto upon to 11 nil It. Among! lie! tluxlt of Intense Joy over the realization I Dc. hi. is.i ,
certain quarters against un isthmian latest discoveries |In this line Is In i C..,. the '
AT-LAW.| have tangible results. CnlteJ States of the dream[ of patriots who have ite.p.thoi I

Will practice Instate and United States canal over the proixwed Nicaraguaroute District.ttorn..y Llctbea who U pushing Sl'OtlIUIII where It must be admitted struggled long and heroically for Independence ,cr I Ii,xuft,. $and' Ir.I/
Court. which we are told Is lu the very the case at ChlciiKo, has vneurtbexl something of n cloud has Wen visible bus pUHHcd' the new republic do not bronk \ I
center of the volcanic and seismic The Scottish iteople tire not 1.lt'alll'J No rough*nrfar "
Office at TiTUsviLi.it FLA. a consklorablp amount of extremelycotupronilHliu' : : iniiHt take up the everyday duties and to chift \ L\\
belt. When these warnings come from I : correspondence: showing with the determination shown by King responsibilities of n sovereign state .nil. cut. 'J hitui '

GAULDEN louie promoters of a syndicate that thtit. even If an actual I trust! does not Edward to be recognized III Scotlandas The future of the Cubnti republic l is only kri.p.* not, i, \ \ '

, D.I* has acquired an' Interest in tbe Panama exist aiiioiiK the great houses In the well as In Ungliuul as the seventh now iu Its. own hatuls. The measure-ol U.1""kmllk.bat, \ ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, eunnl who, are nnxlous to disposeof meat btisltitss. there la. something very of his name. The act uf union'which I Its proftjicrltj'' peace 411111 stability: depends ssInithyihe W.ilr% twIce '

the sumo to the United States for a like criminal conspiracy to produce brought Unglaml and Scotland together upon the Imlimtry frugality, patriot I,'n Eureka, \iS\ t
win practice In all the Courts of the State consideration, they excite no wonder Is less than 200 yours old. Previousto .. U..O.4 I.
conditions In disobedience! of the spe- l iu and l'h hlt'ol1"IH"'lIleb prevail 'J4,,; '
et Florida and the United State Courts.
though they may indicate n motive of clUe provisions of the Shermuu antitrust that time the two countries tho-i"" ninong Its people. J \
IO Box. 235. TITUSV1IXK. FLA.F .
sordid calculation. When, however hi\v. under one monarch were still two The 'outlook for the governmentnhich

J. WEBB persona notoriously hostile to any enrial With the granting by UnlteU States. kingdoms. Besides. even If ono assumes the United !States: has enabledthe Sold wrywhar "'it 4

: 4ATTORNEYATLAW whatever draw Ui the awful catalogue Circuit Court Judge Grosscup at Chicago that the two arc to be consldeied Cubans to set up In their fertile all In can firm.Mad ,-. \ \ _\

of the "eruptions quaklngs catnclvRLim of a temporary Injunction against ns one from the time of the passage and J'II\1t1tullllllllll seems bOl1\'tlilanll byStand.d \ ':

: and catastrophes that have the defendants named In the governmont's of the Act of union it Is still true encouraging., It may be that we ('Ouillbll'e Oil

Circuit.Will practice Taxes In paid the Courts for non-residents of the 7th shaken and torn Nicaragua and Costa petition, the issue Is now fair. that the prcuent king Is tho Unit Edward done something !better for tho

and rents and accounts collected. Rica since the dan of history in contrast ly joined and the fight begun In real ever regarded by Scotland as Us new republic tliuii wo have yet accomplished -- ..- -

TrrwsviLLE, FLORIDA. with the lovely peace and tranquillity earnest against the packers. Judge lawful sovereign. Iu the way of arranging reciprocal Company4stirAii
of the Panama region." the fanilllnr GrosBcup's restraining order Is so wide To tw.v that Edward VII. of EnglandIs trade relations, and this may yet

D. PENNEY policy of employing/ the remoteprojoct In its scope that If the packers or their E.h'urll11.. of Scotland Is to imply be done lu reasonable time. However,
,
A to kill off the one that is near' agents continue with their present alleged that I'Mward I. of England was likewise we have turned tho country over to the

and Imminent is distinctly revealed. I uniform arrangements they will ISdwanI I. of Scotland. Few, Cuban government: lu vastly better condition "I l bs*e son 14 A TT9RYEY-AT- A W, .."...** of Ilio bow l.. Dot being stile! to
The isthmian canal commission. be taken Into* court on contempt pro- Scots however loyal I they may bo to than when our military occupancy moT. ttaam siesta by wins but water Injeattam.

"TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.. whose members have doubtless given ceedings, and the burden of proof will the present ruling house of Great Britain began four years ago We have Chronic ibis terrible ooiMttpftLUm aoudltlnni tor durtun.....that,oa..tlnna plauod 1 did m.s!*.*>

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th as careful nnd competent study to the I be ou them to show that they have not nro willing to make any such ad- gh'el1't'r to their care and keepingan ..rrtuinv. 1 bu.rd..r butnnvar ounil any relltifi slitS
aimyoaa* until I t>t Judicial Circuit. question as the eminent gentlemen violated the order In any particular. mission. Inland: purged of the filth a ml dispose now b..T.from one to three, pasaaiiua day.and If I
who, owning ami controlling; tramcontlneutal Presumably till next step In the proceedings Besides' the name Edward Is Itself which clmrnvterlzed it when we I.was.11"rich".1 rallvf.would"IIT.IIUMJO&TI.UKHL.IIITNT for saab moTamaali It

railroads are !Bounding! so loud will be an effort upon the somewhat distastefuL The first three drove out the Spaniards. The military lee HuuuU Dk.ixtrolt Mloh.Pleamnt .

FREDERICK A. MORGAN an alarm against "the folly of buildinga part of the packers to have the temporary Edwards all attempted to break down reforms whlrlt. have been accomplished!

r REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, canal under tile belching craters that Injunction set aside. Unless the Independence of their northern have been little less. than marvelous.Ilnvann CANDV

stud the Nicaragua route," reportedthat they decide to make n fight at an early neighbors. It was against' : Edward II. mill Santiago once the sinksof
Loans
Notary Public. from the period of the Spanish date to have the order vacated, they that the battle of Iliinnockburu was the yellow fever scourge have been

Collections, Typewriting, Stenography, conquest down to the present time will have until Aug. 4 to make replyto fought Tho most cherished traditionsof rendered as clean and healthful as any

TITUBVILLK, FLA. there have been fourteen seismic and the government's complaint Whatever tho Scottish race Insist that till American cities. The death rate of Aol MeRit seeciteus

volcanic convulsions In the vicinity of form the litigation: may take. It Queen Anne's time Scotland was a separate Cuba now compares favorably with

WADE H. JONES the Mcimticuu' und twenty-right In the Is likely to be one of the most vigor- and sovereign state owing no that of the United States. In this work

Panama region. 1'oul"hlnth"/ earthquake oiiHly fought legal battles of recent allegiance south of the Tweed. The of purification tIme lives of two eminent Palatabl I Pnt nt, Taita Oood, ::
REAL ESTATE AND risk of f the Nicaragua route the I'III'S. Edward; of today III till first of the American sanitary engineers have Ooud Never tUukan W.akon.ur Urlpe. lilt,luo,
INSURANCE y
... CURE: CONSTIPATION. ...
ccmwh. lou said lu its report: It amy be difficult and pcrhnps Impossible nnme recognized In Scotland since been given Colonel Waring und General .........KMM>ce._,CakM. ... BlMlrMj, Sew letk. SM
Loans and Collections. It I. possible and even probable that the to show the existence of any. 1C03.: He Is therefore. Edward I. of I L1IlIo'ho there contracted the

TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. more accurately fitting portions of the canal thing to which the legal definition-of Scotland though Ndwal'lII1.'f Eng dll'lI'IINt'8'bll"h' canned their deaths.
such as the lock gates may at timesbe bus been acknowledged DO YOU GET UP
land. This
distorted by earthquakes and some Inconvenience the term trust may be made to applyto principle Not nlonit In sanitation has the military
A. won LEY, may result therefrom. That the packers. but It may not be at till / before The author of the celebrated : oociiimtlou/ of the Island been orInl'al'lIlubl"

i .CEO. contingency collisions may be of ships classed with with the the rates accidental difficult to establish the fact of n con royal treatise' against tobacco benefit to the new admin WITH A LAME BACK ?

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. and Is to be provided for In the same spiracy to advance the price of food] wns In England James I., but In Scot. istration. Numerous Improvements ---
General practice In State and Federal way-bY duplicate sates. It Is possible products and to restrain trade., which land James VI. The Scotch see no rea. have been made In the ports. and harbors Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.

Courts.receive All prompt business attention.entrusted will would also that drain a the Manure canal might and If open It remained which under the provisions of the Sherman son why there should be a change In a complete quarantine and Immigration Almost everybody- _.who----reads the newspapers -,

open might destroy It. This possibility act would be punishable by either fine principle, now service established, the machinery know of the
is to wonderful
aura
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate erected the fancy Into a
should not be by UlUIII'lItfoUIi(
time coronation of
of and
justice' reorganised
Miami. threatening danger If a timorous ImagInation or Imprisonment or both. The confidence cures made by Dr.
MIAMI FLORIDA. Is to be the guide no groat work with which District Attorney King Edward VII. will take place according modernized, hospitals and charitable I|l Kilmer's Swamp-Root

can may be be undertaken clasped with anywhere.that of a great This conflagration rink- _Rethpn_ ,. ._ n has___ thus far moved In the proceedings to the pr I'lIl1Une. though the and penal Institutions rebuilt and reequipped L and the great bladder kidney.remedy liver
JAMES ANDREWS In a city like that of Chicago warrants the belief that in recognition as their liege lord of a and not least important of It la the great medical
In 1S71 or Boston In 1872 addition to the evidence he has shown monarch bearing the doHlgnntton of n the things nceompllHhed Is time establishment triumph of the nine

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. such It In danger the opinion aa cxlHtH of the from commission earthquakes that be tins a good den I "up his sleeve" former enemy must ho rather trailing of nn eltlclent and, well equipped fli teenth century; discovered -.

-Main office and postofflce address, TITCS-, Is essentially the same for both the Nicaragua which the counsel for the defense will to the descendants of Bruce and Wallace ( free school system based substantially liii after years of
VILLE. Branch office at FORT PIKROK..Prosecuting I and Panama route. and that In and tho men who fought at IHan upon that of the United States. UD scientific( ) research by
find
the decidedly perplexing.
neither caMP |1M It sufficient to prevent Or Kilmer the mUn
Attorney for Brevard Co. construction of the canul. nock burn. The work done by Ol'neral'ood and ,, nt kidney and bladder
Notary Public State at Large. Of course the human mind cannot Lipton Astor and the Peerage. his associates In putting the countryin --- ; apaclallit, and U
of St. Louis Fair. order" has been not wonderfully! successful In promptly curing
forecast the convulsions of nature be Postponement rood! running r
An Interesting comparison may
lame back kldnoy. bladder. urlo acid troubles
STEPHEN E. FOSTERATTOltNETATLAW., which may occur in the future either drawn between Thomas Lipton and The postponement of the St. Louis less essential In tbe setting up1 of the and Bright' Disease.,,which U the worst

In Nlcnnifmu or Panama or elsewhere William Waldorf Astor. The former, world's fair to 100-1 brings It in tbe new republic than was that of drivingout form of kidney trouble. ._. I ljnk.

on I lift t."I',b. though t : It would seem has had a British peerage: offered to same year as a presidential election. the SpjinJflrOs! '! _"..'"j .::..; Dr. Khmer I Swamp.Root Is not ree-r
Sims Building, tlint UK- recent eruption lu the l.esm-r him and doesn't want It, while the latter It III l elleved. however that this. will ..-. .- .. ommended(or everything but If you have kid-
i liver of :t::ladder trouble It will be found
nay
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Aiit I its were helnjs rather overworked budly wants a peernge and can't not (oprnite' against the SUCTCHS of,tbq ,, Stops>> time Cough Just the remedy you need. It has been tested<]

by tinopponentH) of the Isthmian caaal get It ....>.1-. expOHltlon..The ,..' ami works off the Cold. I In so many way In hospital worK, In private V

W. ALLEN.ATTORNEYAT.LAW, project. ..-" In declining to accept the proffered /St.' J.ouls! Globe-Democrat think Laxative Dromo-Qulnlne Tablets cure a practice among the helplesa too poor to purchase
GEORGE cold In No Cure No 1'. relief and has proved sucoou/ul In
(decoration Sir Thomas Intimates that that the fair will !bo helped by Its being ono- day. ,
Question Answered. l'rloe2Bcts.! every case thai a special arrangement has
to be a plain everyday knight Is good held In n presidential year, as both I bean made by which all readers of this paper
KKT WEST, FLORIDA. Yes, August Flower still 1 lias the largest enough for him and says. "I 1 have no tbe political parties are likely] to bold The convicted murderer down in who have not already tried It, may have a
Will practice In the United States sale of any medicine In the civilized for bottle free also book
desire to Bet so fur from their conventions in St. Louis the sample sent by mall. a
mothers' away my Maine who asks to be relieved of his
world. Your and grandmoth '
I aand State Courts. 9juo05j. friends." He Is conscious that he Is purpose, uf the members attending the ground the telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
ers' never thought of using anything else life sentence on time that find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. U'
for indigestion or biliousness.; Doctors appreciated now for what be Is and exposition.: : strychnine he put lu his father's whisky When writing mention reading this generou*
j.J O. FRIES C. E. were scarce, and they seldom beard of that be has already the respect and Presidential! I campaigns ore of los WRit not for the base purpose otrulll'tll'l'lnl offer In this paper and ,-
Appendicitis Nervous Prostration( or
Heart failure,, etc. They used August friendship of the peers by rank who length In their active features In each ( tbe old man but to Correct send your address to I I .::: .
COUNTY UI VEYOR. ... ..
Flower to clean out the system aud stop are capable of appreciating his nobility recurring four years and conserjuently bis Intl'lIJlJI.'I'utuaabl'\ ", would bo, entItled Dr. Kilmer&Co.,Blng- '. .nit. t .,
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. food Interfere loss with the prosecution! of ham ton. N. Y. The
fermentation of
undigested regulatethe of nature. They would think no
to rank as a good deal of a and .._.... .
Mapping neatly done. Estimates fur regular fifty cent ftnuwoi s. ....,
the liver
action of stimulate the
nervous In tbe
1840
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed better of him if ho were documentedinto other enterprises. cam humorist If Ills plea were not so ghast dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.,
and action of the
organic system
palgn was actually begun the year \before ,. .
their exclusive
lines a specialty., and that Is all they took when feeling circle. ly. The $methods. sometimes resortedto - C
'I'ITU.lJVILJ.E. Brevard Co., FLORIDA.. dull and bad with headaches and other William Waldorf Astor despised la 1800, but the business affairs/' for the curing of the drink jiabit,
aches. You only nued a few doses of alike by !great and small of his formeras of the country have since assumed an like certain remedies occasionally employed -

'S. BURNHAM, M. D. iroon's, August Flower, In liquid form, well as of his adopted country Is n importance that makes oven half this would seem to be worse than
N to make satisfied there is nothing
you of different mold. DIs-. time devoted to electlon'rrlnlllwpossl-
entirely .
j serious the matter with yon. You can person the disease. ..... ,
il
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, /get this reliable remedy'at U. K. Wilson carding his native .land which still Llf). It U not anticipated that there

Ear, Nose and Throat. & Son. Got Green's Special Almanac provides his Income. be has spent considerable will bo more than three months of actual In hastening to the) relief of Martinique
sums of his vast fortune to campaigning"' in 1004{ and the confinement the\ United States gives a new

WEST PALM BpAcn, 'FLORIDA. It may be observed! that Special! En. get Into the good graces of the British) of the time to two months is and merciful exhibition of the operations .

voy Curry wore an ordinary splketall- aristocracy but without success. 110 quite probable. of the Monroe doctrine. The 10-

D R. noUGHTOVS' ed coat at Madrid with trousers which would be mighty proud of a royal Decree plo of tbat stricken Island must now (
reached to his boot heels: but, accord- that should allow him to sport an Chainhcrlalit'HColic, C'holern>> acid realize something of the benefits of JThe

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS i Ing to all accounts, be received quiteas t'1t'lItl'hIJ. but King J'clw/lr(1 doesn't Diarrhoea IteinedyIs being within tbe range of Uncle Sana's

much consideration as any of the I CHIP, to ndnpf. the renognilo/ American everywhere recognized as the one watchful eye.
on the "Dentos, most gorgeously attired representatives us hlotixli' ',). and In this the king remedy that sun always be depended upon
Now AT PALM BKACH. at tbe king's coronation. and that U pleasant to take. It Is. especially TO CURE: A COLD IN ON: IAtfake
young shows gUOlI "" 1111I'.
valuable for summer llarrhot-it. '' "
I.nxntlve Hrorno Quinine 'abJotl,.
-- Knee breeches do not appear to be en- In children, and Is undoubtedly, the All_ druggists refund the money If It falls .... .. .. .. -- --
Foley's Kidney Cure tirely essential In the court of tbe Cas- YOU KNOW WHAT' YOU AUK TAKING menus of saving the lives eta great many I to cure.4E. W Grave's signature Is on .Largest and Most Com
tilians."Make. When you take Grove's Tasteless Chili children ouch year for sale by all druggists each box 2">cU.
makes kidneys and bladder right.YirgmiaHomes. Tonlo because the formula I.. plainly and medicine dealers. IMI i nlera Establishment South.
printed It a rule to engage each day i It Is stated In London that Dr. Conan
slmgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless GEO S. HACKER & SON
In conversation with some one whom fo.-m. Ko cure, No pay /50cts. Tbe Chinese may have no sense of Doyle Is about to uv elevated to the ,

you know to be your superior" Is the bum or. but Hop Wing Lu thinks It honor of knighthood. This will be

advice of the venerable Edward Ever It Is Intlrtnitfi, thnt titles arc to be fanny that his offer of 40.000 taels for pertly In recognition' of his literary

ett Un If.. How does be expect[ such abolished in I..rlln(.... I If this be tnu Wa Ting Pang's Job hasn't been accepted ability. but more particularly "becauseof

You learn all about Virginia Lands Instructions to be tollowed by the It would I..* well for American hi'lr I promptly. his pamphlet on the Hoer war In

Its resources, products mode of cultivation young college men and sweet girl .-M. .M< to himtli'. In qulclc! und secure a ( which be strongly defended the action

prices, etc., by Send reading the graduates: who are soon to receive few iMirirnln.. I The men riots In New York were and attitude of the British govern
Virginia Farmer. lOcts. '
for :3 months subscription to the their Jlploiuns very remote from the (palaces of the ment.
Farmer Co... Em.DOria. Va. ----- IIIs Last Hope Iteallrcd. rx-ef packer, but they served a note
Cures Eczema, Itching JI.nDlorJlJ. [From the Sentinel, Gebo, Mont.]
worth sellout
or warning that Is well/ Over 100 bulls were used in furnlsh-
Pimples and Carbuncles. In the first opening of Okliahomato
BANNER SALVE settlers In 1HOO, the editor.of this paper tfoousht. jog entertainment during the? corona-
Costs :Nothing to Try. the seekers after fortune i Ion festivities! of King Alfonso. Apparently
trie most rivaling salve In the world. was among many DeiifiiCMn, Cannot lie Cured. : .
B. B. n. (Botanic Blood Balm) Is now who made the bio race one fine day the l....-f trust t hasn't. begun to -t
recognized a* a certain and sure cure for In April. Daring bis traveling about by local applications, as they cannot bother the prtiiiil ('ii sti liii me.Chamberlain's '
BO YEARS eczema, Itching shin, humors, scabs pimples and afterwards hi. camping upon his reach tho diseased portion of the ear. MANUFACTURERS OF
4 1_. EXPERIENCE scales, watery blisters, aching bones claim, he encountered much bad water There Is only one way to euro dllllfn"",,. Blinds
or joints, bolisl carbuncles, prlcblng pain: together; with the severe heat gave hima and that l I. by' constitutions! remedies, Tain Balm Is an antl- Doqrs, Sash ,
In the eating sores' ulcers, eto. very severe diarrhoea which It seemed Ueafness" Is caused by an Inflamed/ con septic liniment, and when applied to
Botanic Blood Balm taken Internally almost Impossible to check, and along In dltlon o* the micons lining of the Eustachian out.heal,without bruises maturation and burns. and canses much them to Me aiding & BuildIng Material
cures the worst and most deep.eatencases June tbe cane became so bad he expected Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed more
by enriching purifying and ,ltaliz.log to die. One day one of his neighbors; you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect quickly than by the usual treAtment. Cfllce Wareroorns King, opposite,
the blood, thereby giving a healthy brought him one small bottle of Cham hearing, and when It U entirely For) sale by all druggists and medicine Cannon Street.Charleston .
blood supply to the skin. Botanic Blood berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea closed deafness Is the result: and unless eaters.. ----
_ TRACE MARKS Balm Is the only cure, to stay cured for Remedy, as a last hope. A big dose was the Inflammation can be taken out and S. C.
DCSJIONS .
One of the effects/ of the strike of
. Coi.VRiQHTB&e.Anront these awful annoying skin troubles. It given: him while he was rolling about on this tube restored to Its normal condition
wnrtlng-C,kct-h.nd rtfwrpf! nV heals every sore and gives the rich glowof tbe ground great agony, and la a few bearing will be destroyed forever; nine the anthracite miners came quickly. Sash Weights Cord and

"'liiVfiti mtNI]? iwi In irtjiln h.oar l,ty p opinion..ttfiiCAh1 I fro....(wbettsr'''>.......,,,,.an.*. health to tbe skin. Builds up the minutes tbe dose was repeated. The cases out of ten are caused by catarrh The operators lost no time In boostingup ,
pc
t ,i.i.".lrlntl,.c.ndd.ntl. ... IlMnrlhonkoa" P.t oU broken down body and makes the blood good effect of the medicine was soon which Is nothing but an Inflamed con the selling price of coal. Hardware.
ont fro*. OfrifMt H1HM.-7' for our>iif p*t Especially advised noticed and tIle ..
C>t.nw tskm rlir.uch Munn 4 Co. rprrinJ :::,:.. red and nourishing. within an hour the patient dition of mucoiir surfaces.
itatfa. without""....... tn the for chronic, old canes that doctors patent was taking bis first sound sleep for a We will give One Hundred Dollars for .
Scientific Jlm ritan.A medicines and hot springs fall to cure. fortnight. Taut one little bottle worked any ease of deafness (caused by catarrh) 4; : Window and Fancy Glasf
Druggists, $1. To prove B. B. B. cures, a complete cure, and be cannot help tint that cannot be cured by Hairs Catarrb I A SP1iCIALTY.Foley's .
.nd..m.l lr llla.r..l.. LUP. ttmr at mnntht mar, t Co. :'eu.N York Describe trouble and free medical ad. For sale by all druggists and medicine ; by druggist, 73c.: Hall's Family Laxative Brpmo-QuJnine: T I.UUU Honey and Tarfor I
sealed
JSIl vice sent In letter. dealers. rills are the best that _.... cold ._ day hl1dren..flt.url1.Vo opiates
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ADVOCATE JUNE 13, 1902.
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JAMES. rnrrcHARD, President; WM. M. BnOWN: Vice-President.,

EAST COAST ADVOCATE. POLITICS IN BREVARD. AT RHODES' CLOTHING MEN'SFURNISHING C. S. SCHUYIER, Cashier.

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,, Perhaps history may sustain us STATE
INDIAN RIVER BANK
........IILT: "'ooa..L E' YOT D TO TU D..10-. In the assertion that in no previous AND SHOE STORE

I OP M CUT 0V TUB INDIAN BIVBB, LABBWOBTH political "oh year" has there beenso ,
.
AMD BISCAY! BATUBCriOHS.PUBLISHED for ofllce
many candidates as COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
themselves In this
BVBBY J'BIDAY.OJUaLB. have announced You are sure to find the newest staples Authorized capital $ t 00,000
; year of grace, 1902. Brevard county lfll
: Paid capital
up $25,000
H. WALTON, Editor 4Publ1.ber.. always enthusiastic in what she K'I. and novelties the above enumerated lines. ri.ic-\c-4: Average deposits $ 00,000
undertakes, is no slouch when it : .y
He still has a large assortment of 2-plece
.Discontinuance of advts. must be Dade per- comes to politics. The Democratsof I _JJpr_

L'. _.Ally At this office or by writing(; tbe "Shoe String" County are a Flannel Suits at prices to suit any pocket- I Transacts a General Banking
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sturdy lot of honest industrious and book. A large assortment of Serge Suits .
Ohen,eto.,may be made payable to CHARLMH.
afraidto
progressive men, who are not Business.
,
'WAtTOit, publisher.Addren come before the people and express I all wool and color guaranteed. White Duck

1' All communications to themselves on the various trousers with the double-breast Serge Coats, Largest and Oldest Bank on the River.

EAST COASt ADVOCATE, topics of the day. pure linen trousers, also the staple crash In exchange bought! and sold on All Foreign
The of Brevard have long )
TI'r11.vILLa:, FlOHtDA.IT. people (! Countries.
since ceased to vote for men of r 1A'4 Suits and Odd Trousers, all these go up to
-- - - p..troDR\aJ'lpreelated., Prompt service polite
and this class !
doubtful
8. Department of Agriculture reputation, : f/ make comfort in hot weather. treatment and every favor con.i>tant with conservative -
of would.be candidates bare grad. / banking( IfJ'&Dted.CORREBI'ONDENTS .
Weather Hiirenu-Jupiter, Fla. ually dropped out of the procession I/I / Ills new and fu lines of Men's,Women's I
Seaboard national Hunk. of >ew York sue
and now it seldom occurs that a r: and Children's Shoes are factory made, National Bank of Jacksonville, Fla.
The folio wing is a comparative statement and unfit
of temperature and rainfall for the man morally himself the mentally Democratic / ,, I light weights but durable. They comprise '..L"i'J'lJvI1.4T.: : ; : ] X.A...
to
week ending Tuesday, June 10 1002.) ) presents "
( I -1902DATIC. Awi-- voters of Brevard for office The Oxfords, Sandals and the different styles of -- -- --

MAX. M1W. MAX. WIN. qualify of a man's politics has also ,
( lace and button shoes. SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
4 84 70 HO8ft 72 TilE
much to do with his succeed as a .-,
5 81 70 ( 74.
Remember place.
candidate. It be
political must
U 6 848U 75 87 78

7 05 80 78 known-that the candidate ia, and THE. CORNER STORE. 1Pitl1 8 83; 7;) 87 74 always has been, a true Democrat.The R. W. RHODES OPPOSITE THE BAKK. IIIUOIUIU. ,
!o6 73 ,
0 85 71
voters in this neck of the woods
10 85 70 85;: 07 If
Total rainfall for the week: T. have supreme contempt for "mug- -- --- ------- I -- -

Depa ture from normal rainfall for the wumpism," and look closely at a FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick......

t week: minus l.Oi Inches. Departurefrom candidate's credentials before they ANNOUNCEMENTS. Being urged by many friends to do so,
normal rainfall since January 1, throw up their hats and hurrah for I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262.

I minus 0.07 Inches. is man's the office of prosecuting attorney for
him. It
not good
every K. : General
HAL. P. HAHDIN, Observer J. SIUNNERLYN, Manager.
the action of
lirevard to
fortune to win the confidence of the Announcement tintler this heading are county. subject
the Democratic primary to be held on
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sage "cracker, for with all his apparent $5.00, July 15th. 1002. If nominated and elected

HERB is the most conclusive evidence modesty, he does a lot of I will give the ofllce the very best .

j that there is nothing in a thinking, and is generally correct .VOICE FROM TIlE PEOPLE. service I can. Hoping that my candidacy MeMurray & Baker i
1002.! will meet with favor at the lands of
name ; or even two names. The in hIs deductions. FORT PIERCE, May 7, : Brevard's Democracy, I am, very respectfully ,

firm of Irish & Engl nd conducts a There is, also, great harmony in BELIEVING It to be to the best Interests G. A. FKOST.

furniture business in ItuffaloN. Y. the ranks of Brevard County Dem of the people of Brevard county 401-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.

oerats. Here we have no factionsto to have Wade II. Jones represent us In J
And the worst of it is the former is FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
the next Legislature, we respectfullyurge -1 Makers and Jobbers of- )
English and the latter is Irish. annoy us, no grievous disruptions I
all Democrats of the county to give I
At the solicitation of of true
within the party, and no demo him their at the coming pilmaryon many my
support and valued friends this section
as announced
,
;L THE recent rains in the pineapple agogues to howl forth their penal the 15th of July.MANY TAXI'A YEllS. In a former Issue of the ADVOCATE Vehicles, Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
mistic "cuntankeratlonu" and makethe ,
the !:, I have decided to again offer niy-
belt were much needed, but ,
p sup people believe that the countryIs salt as a candidate for re-election to the Saddlery Rubber Tires. .
ply I Is not sufficient. A good down the of lirevard ,
:
rapidly going to the devil.' On To Democratlo Voters office of County Commissioner for Dlstilct t
would far towards Increasing County : No. 1. I much appreciate the
pour go very
candidate First-Class Repairing and Painting &c. &c.
the when
contrary, a announces I wish to candidacy for :
announce
the size of the pines. There is my past suppoit given me so unstintinglyby !
hltnBelf It is merely guess the Legislature, subject to the action of the residents of Bievaid. and .
this county; -------------- ---- -'---- ----- --------- -- -- --------- ----------------- t
large season
an unusually crop work to who will him the Democratic primarIes to be beld should they again honor me with their
as support ,
I and all the planters are expecting for their is faction to July 15th. Regarding my democracy and confidence at the coming Democratic 3:1'J: 'V .N'TcE1.: Y S.A.LE:: ] I I
no ready array .
large returns when shipments begin. efllolency, the voters..are perfectly film II.lar. primary on July 15th:: It will be my utmost
other fac .
itself against some If nominated I "vlll ue my best endeavors : endeavor to serve the taxpayers In
I wish to reduce stock before taking Inventory, and offer :
1 tion. The officers are chosen, because to serve the people faithfully the future as honestly as I have In the
THE: Fourth of July will soon be of peculiar fitness for the My platform of principles will be made past giving the 'office and people the One carload ceiling at $10.00 per thousand. \\I'

here, and we are anxious to celebrate various positions of trust to which known to the voters individually and.on best service I can-not forgetting the One-half carload Matched Novelty biding, A and B grade, at .16.00 pel'lOOO. If

k hi to day in a fitting manner. other the stump. Very lespectfnlly, absolute necessity of good roads In our Two thousand pointed fence pickets at $13.00 per thousand.One I
they aspire. For a few counties VT. II. McFABLAND. friends for carload Boxes and One carload bean
county Thanking my past Orange hoops, cheap. crates cheap.
> let all have a long pull a
I 1j I ow us we now have iojnlnd, as much favors, and trusting they will favor me One-half carload Tangeiine boxes with hoops, cheap. ]
: strong pull, and a pull altogether be said. Dade for with their votes at the 3'g
can not county FOR TAX ASSESSOR.I coming primary, \
'1 for a grand time in Titusville on Instance t How often have we shed I remain, yours truly, <3r. JF". ::PA.DDISC: : >1"\J. f

; I. July 4th. The balloon ascension' tbe beg to announce myself as a candidate JOHN R. W ALitER. EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA. 8
because of
tears .
sympathetic
for the office of Tax Assessor for the
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1 alone will be well worth seeing ; to political waywardness of our con. County of Brevaid, subject to the actionof -- --------- 0

I, say nothing of the yacht race, street 'entleus and jangling brethren in the Democratic piimnry, to be held on The many friends of G. F. Duren hereby ;)

I fair, band performances, etc., etc. Dade county ? Pax vobiscum I We Tuesday, July 15th. Trusting receive announce bin ax a,candidate for County H. A. HODGES.... ,
I, the support of rail my loads\ ,, I am, very Commissioner for tbe first District, Manufaoturei of I
'1 t hope this brotherly admonition will respectfully R. Ji. btuwAirr.I : subject to the prImary to be held on the 0
IT seems as If President Boose bring about a cessation of hostilities 15th of July DEMOCBAT. ...Cypress and Yellow Pine lumber... :

t veil and Senator Hanna are not in and that our brethren of the hereby announce myself as a candidate I ROUGH AND DRES8EP. Orange Box: Heads! Fruit and Vegetable Orates.ny (

perfect accord if newspaper reportsare quill will not feel it incumbent up for re-election to the ofllce of Tax \ one contemplating, shedding their pineapples' or oranges or 'building in c
I Ohio AitaosHor, subject tothencilon of the pil. To the Democratic Voters Brevard of Florida would do well to wiite for mills
true. Senator u.y part lrlc'l1"lle saw are located II,
filed with the President called mary election to be held July lth.. I( county Appieolatlng! your support and at Buffalo Bluff, near 1'ala.tka, on the J.. T. K. W. 'Poy. Lumber delivered to any
4 a complaint ( itorlnl spanking! for having nil tha office well oonlldi In the and r..eliltblt I I''
elected I will try to as nee pact / part of the East ConsAddress: H. A. HODKES( Buffalo Bluff, F'a,
asking that investigation be made attention to their naughtiness, for In the future as 1 have In the past Soliciting have faithfully dUchmged. the dnl.loalm. p

I as to tbe conduct of certain officials It is our firm conviction that they the support of all democrats, I remain posed upon me; and fully, believing that --

in the above named State. Senator could bo respectfully J. WOOTEN.. my past commlssionei's experience will
nearly as perfect an we :
enable me to serve you even more efficiently :Bond li-u.no.ber COm !:
Hanna opposed the investigation, are It a little honest effort was put In the future, I hereby annuunce

and now there is a breach in high forth to that end. Perhaps we had FOR TAX COLLECTOR.I myself ad a candidate fur re-election for II'

I political circles. The outcome no I better stop right here before we hereby announce myself as a candidate County Commissioner of District No. 2, -Dealers In- R''
for re-nomination for the office of and ask your united support at the pil
man can foresee.BETWEEN tread on dangerous ground. Tax Collector of Brevaitl County, subject mary to be held on July 1.1th.:: Yours Rough and Dressed Lumber Brick Lime Lath

to the action of the approaching respectfully, J J. R. MIOT. ,
the Panama route and PING PONG. Democratlo primaries, and will\ be pleased -

1 the Nicaragua route the canal seems to receive the support of my friends CEMENT SHINGLES ETC. fl

doomed. Senator Hanna In his recent DINHMOUK:, FLA., June 11', 100J. E. W. HALL.I county To the: I hereby Democratic announce voters myself of Brevard as a Whether your wants be laige or small, advise us. Our goods, owing to high

speech favoring the Panama Editor Ead Coast Advocate I candidate for re-nomination at the Dem. quality and low prices, owing to large stocks kept constantly on hand, will bl

./; route, denies that he is opposed'to Dear Mir: -Apropos of ping pong poetry bag for to the announce ofllce of myself Tax Collector as a candidate for ocratic primary In July as County Com please you, and save you money. 8..
the canal but it that from Chicago, recently published In the missloner for District No. 3; and as the
I I:: appears toe the County of Urevard, subject to tbe with S. C. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager. ,
jj intention I.I to block canal ADVOCATE, I send you the following, action of I>emocrlt'10 primary to be held taxpayers are acquainted my pas .
I' legislation
which I received 1 a. few days ago: record, I trust they will favor me with TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
'. at this time. It is to be regreeted "Ilark, I hear the angels slog; on Tuesday, July 15th.of Trusting/lends to receive their united support. As most; people

that the matter could not Do you pong or do you ping tIt the support my many know, I am strongly; In favor of !rood

:". be amicably adjusted at this ses- you nellhei ping nor pong, I am your truly, PA. MCMIM.AN. roads, or anything else that may tend to- S
outside the throng.1Yours waids the proapeilty. of our county.
Keep heavenly
?,\' ion. The canal is much needed, truly, U. O. K.ItltRVAltll Yours very truly It. A. CONKI.ISO. Seeds For. Summer Crops.Ivi

r.' and the. neoole' will soon arrow restless FOR COUNTY TRp.A UREn. -

r under unnecessary delay. COUNTY TRKAStlllKK'g: At the request and solicitation of my A Iti
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hereby announce myself as a candidate
STATEMENT. many friend throughout tile County, I
,
(t / Jan 1st 1UO. hereby announce myself as a candidatefor for re-elecU..n as County Commissioner Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teosinte, Giant T
; / THE heavy strikes now In opera. Balance cash on bund. May l.t. loot...t 7,734 mAmount the office of County Treasurer.at the for the, Fourth District, subject Beggarweed, clean. '
tion in Pennsylvania and West Virginia roonlved in May llMM/ 4U coming primary election, July lath, 1902. to the action of the Democratic primary, '

have tied up the coal mines Tote .... .. ..5i5,243 09 I have never, heretofore, sought public July 16th, 1002. Joii.v C. JONES. c'z-( :P.E.A.S
rather it is fortunate that Lens warrant )paul In May I9O2. office, and If Heeled will serve the peo :
tightly. and dellvoretl to County.. (:Oomtullnlonrs ple. Very truU yours, Whlpp, Clays, Wonderful. Black, Unknown, Ladvfingen.Clean S(,
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.1 / tbe strike occurred in the summer, and School Hoard. 7,47317 JOHN II.YTNN.: At the request of friends, I hereby announce Bright Stock; Lowest Prices Conch Peas. 83o;) per qt., Postpaid; $1.23 h.

otherwise considerable suffering Valance on band Ma lat,1902.. ...fll.KOttm) myself as a candidate for tbe office peck; $4 25; bunltel.

: ''f would have resulted from tfie lack AllOYS B.U..UIOR 1* HII.D AS OLLOWS; I Intend being a candidate for County of County Commissioner for the poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides Garden Tools, Fertilizers.' 01

of coal for heating purposes. Mr, Depnultml In Indian, River Htate Hunk Treasurer at the Democratic pilmary to Fourth District, subject to the decision L. CAMERON. The Seed Store
Dl
a. |wr Culueir'i corelttcato. attached be held tb 1002. I believe that of the Democratic voters, at their prIm.
: j Cleveland's plan, providing a com to monthly lent chock nut lu '11._ 93 July ,
report
the qualifications required by the State ary, July 15tb, lUll( :2. 125 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

!jl' mission of arbitration, is a wise Total..... .. .. .... .! ouBAtAKOK Committee for voters nominate county fl. I. KLOPP. ei
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; suggestion and probabl will be BKLONOUIO TO*!KACH FUNU AS FOLLOW officers Is unfair and unjust to a large --- --------------------------------- b.

: ,\ adopted at no distant day. There County.. Jleininno, -<].n.rmi .fund ..... .....//1.11 22 number of our best citizen, who vote WE, the taxpayers of the 6th District The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State.
' i certainly should be some modus op. 0 Road and Hrldge...KunU ... ........ :OVt IItI our county ticket. I am emphaticallyIn earnestly desire the re-election of J. F. to
Fund a OM
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Jlulldlnir
erandi whereby strikes could be Ine and:: Forfeiture: Fund .::::::: 703Total W favor of the primary system, but I am Bell for the office of County Commissioner. fPUHDZAl! tl
.. ill the time for home rule. All voters _
.
EeeiiIng Prtioiicr Fund U4 M Mr. Belt him' proved himself
'I averted, and a happy solution of 81eo... Ibis") )'oull... New 1)lI...l No... I.... .... :.ou l 1..In qualified by the laws of this state, who good, honest straightforward memberof a w:cl::: ;_ .. ... :SO"U.rS. : Oo.'
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4. ,
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3 "f0 W ,
the problem effected.I .. .. .. .. will pledge themselves to vote for our 01
II 4.... ...1,7U &.s4a the Board. lie has done more for 3JnriuwMnM'
I .. .. .. .6 .t B. M m county ticket should 1 be entitled 1 to vote (rood roads In the pineapple section of le)
GRAIN
tounty Game Warden Fund... :MOOI'rniorty 'at the primary to nominate said ticket.If Brevard than other Commissioner HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
Is under the nf DfHmued Ifirwinit Fund .. I H> any ,
I any one laboring (oiiulY ihonI-0eiirel, h mill.. .... .: ..:. IH3 M elected Treasurer, I Intend to be we have ever bad, and It Is hoped by his I It,
: erroneous Impression that Jacksonville 8|,,XUUTi,!. .>.x \School.. Wat... No.I.. M4 W Treasurer, belonging to no Institution, many well-wishers that be will be nominated Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers to
3. "8< 1'/1/ having made no combinations and bav ,
has the "demnltlon at the
to .. coming primary.
gone ..
II 4 II IS 8........ .. .I.iI
made I have; '
therefore
i bow-wows owing to It. big fire log no promises; MANY VOIKRS.: CUT 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE
*UN4UI none to break. Trusting\ I will, \ be favored J-JJOM. MOX FLA. In
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they had better cast aside that idea F. H. Hove, County: Troaanr with a vote by all who believe I am Agts. forPurma Feed. Warehouses. tracks tb
on of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant '
once for all. for in ADVOCATE reD. qualified to fill the office, I remain, yours FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. System. hine
: resentatlve,"who visited tbe metropolis Notice. truly, Recognizing fully the rights of the ------ ------ ------ ------- -- --------- -

this Joux UICNBT. farmers and producers to more consideration _
of Florida week,'was astonished *%*%rf>X"W'WW
at the big Improvement In IS IIKRKHY: GIVEN THAT IT IS at the band of the Florida Railroad WHITE'S CREAM <| SI
: NOTICE IntentIontoppIyt.> the Ion.A.I I>. FOR FISH AND GAME WARDEN.I Commission, I solicit the supportof
the city in so short a time. Jack. Veimey.County; Jiulite lu ami for Hrevart all Democrats who approve of the VV ORl\/IS! VERmiFUGE! inm
sonvil\e\ is by no means overbuilding County Florida. on the II to .
sitlisrIly aalit all)I the lj j I
for to sell at jirlvato for the position of fish and Oame __In<;]uanlll,. IetoIJn Quality.
herself-she is just making a iiiiillvlilo l int rme of William 8. May, minor my platform. Copies of my platformsent CO
child of Alfred & natural to hold her : : { SB5SMx
progress own as to that tnmtof land lying' In Jlravard. County, the support of all Democrats at the com Palm Beach, Fla. R. HUDBOX BURR.
tbe largest and most prosperous Florida,and dmarlbtd, a* follows: Ing primary. R. A. HARDBK. c>Xa: X>> xs y 45.xax.: >x*.TJ Or o x K a" a.
CumnianoInK at a point eight(tfi chains Sooth .. ac]
city in 'Iorlda-and she is growingto of the pout at the eouter of Section twentytwoint. Filter tubes are now for sale at PI'epared by- JAMES F. eALLARD. st. Louis
Bonth of -
((: : TowniMp lblrtyYei Hangsf..rty.one
the extent that her fine location ((4$) Emit; and running) tfenno South FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.I this office, price 2Jets; postage) extra.A -
twelve(Ui: chain atx: ((6) link to a .cak.l ttmnoeKant
and the of her
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enterprise ---- .
fourteen ((14))cnalna and thirty-nix (Al) link* beg to announce myself aa ft candidate I -------
merchants warrants. With the late toaotake.' North a." *' (lfl deter*** for Prosecuting Attorney for the FEW APPLICATIONS of Hancock's\ '
and nfty(M re.i'I:: wait, twelVe ((13) ehaluaanil Liquid Sulphur will\ cure case of
of any
Brevard at thecomlnltDemotratlo
County
, appropriation for deepening the St. .I U-4I..en((117)1\lIk.\ to a Make tlieno Went Fine Job
Ground Itch Work .
at J. B. Screven'a.
Johns River Jacksonville is bound ten (ItO chain and forty-eight: <4M) link to the Primary, to be held on Tuesday, Quickly Executed g
jxiliit of .buttlnnlng. and containing IUD acm July 15, 1003, and hope to receive the
I to go ahead with bigger strides than of .land. ADA MVT.Bt support of my many friends.F. OLD LEAD FOR SALE. In any quanti.

ever. JIurrah for Jacksonville. Guardian fur aaid Minor. J. WEBB. ty, at the ADVOCATE office. AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE1 bieI


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Eden. White City. Melbourne. GEORG MARX JOHN MARX.\


100 PerCent J 1VI.A.R.: ::B C>S.
Mrs. N. Saunders went to Boynton on I,. Campbell moved Into his new house : OOUOn A (JOCllE-R..al Estate and l..o..n.. .

Monday evening' train. on Midway avenue, last KiUi.iy. Aftnutfor .tit: 11 A, tendon and Llvorixxil snit
Globe, ITovlilenoe' ...." .sail t Hun Fire WHOLESALE GROCERS
A. D. Jlerwln returned on Sunday evening Our Club will meet Saturday evening, Iiiniinuic Special| attention pall to the
PROFIT WITHIN from a short trip up the road. June 14th, at 7:30: suarp. All member Interests or 11011,realiloutl.

U. W. Richards and family came hometo are requested to be present Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE,

A YEAR. stay over Sunday at the Captain' Mr. Orrel drove to Ten Mile Creek lust the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner

'< .-. The Tea Club mot at the home of Mrs Sunday on business which could not be received tit. the Melbourne PostofHce. .
; attended to at any other tlmo.
J. II. LeTourneau, last Wednesday af
ternoon. N. I). IIanson and Carl Christensen Allan (Campbell Rosoland Is a guest Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
;( Do You Want It ? went to Jensen last work at Hotel Uulleview this week. '
Friday to
.i>* '. The, at Ladles'Mrs. Miller's.Aid Society They met report last Friday bet- among'tlie pineapples. They: will be Mr. and Mrs.I Frank Coupling's little I WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
at least two month I ,
IPSO, proceeds from the musicale $33.05.\' away son was christened last Sunday morning

There are many strangers In town- Our school opened on Monday June 2, In the M. E. Church. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.

.Send Your Address some to work some to buy and others for the summer term, under the management : Attorney F. J. 'Webb, of Tltusvllle Seed Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow Pens in season
of Miss Genie
to look after the transporatlon of pine Harris. Thus far, was guest of the McBi-lde house last
,, apples. the prospects of good: order and touching; Monday and Tuesday. fjfVTt solicit consignments of Fruits) and Vegetables.'
'" are promising.
TJ The Gilberts Bar Yacht Club had a very Frank Robertson ball a force of men -..--. -- ______ __ n .__ .. ._ __h.__ ,
very pleasant meeting, last Saturday af Miss Lizzie Benson gave birthday at work !putting up n large water tank
ternoon. They expect to celebrate the party Monday afternoon. Miss Lizzie and wind mill, to furnish water to Hotel Eau Gallie. Indianola.
; A. !{ KEARNY
is a aud
; Fourth of July (on the fifth) In grand yourrg lady knowing the objection Carleton. -
) some ladles: have to telling/ their
style. age, we will keep It secret; however sue Mr and Mrs. Thomas Chaffen IKIVOgone I Rain I Is much nOl'ded'ln this. section.! Wm. Imjlo} of Cocoa has been hero
123 PEARL STREET Pineapples are being shipped In ever will not be an old maid for some years.It to their home In Brooklyn X. Y., for the past week fitting up the bath
Increasing quantities. We will soon be but expect to bo back In Melbourne In Orotjan Ronald of Lotus, was In Ean '
room In Mr. Frlt.. house.
Is reported that there are two new September. Giilllo on Saturday.The .
New York. In the midst of It, and so busy we will ,
top buggies coming Into the John Mlot lion commenced tho building
not know any thing that happens out one for (lea. Beck and the lIettlemt'nt'l; Mr. and Mi". E. D. Oslln and MissLflla steamer Kathleen left for Cocoa on his
of home the river front
now on
side of our own home and Earl Christensen The I left last Tuesday. for their home \Monday, to fulfill towing I contract. tho
In north
end of Indlnnola.
[Mention the ADVOCATE.] Have any of the ADVOCATE'S: readers I are all very anxious to know young who will bu 'In SouthH.nl'lm..., N. C., after a delightful Another Hulling boat has been launched '

Investigated the hd. of A.,K. Kearny'a the first to ride) la tb"m. and are smiling ) visit In Melbourne with Grandma by Geo. Houston, and a flyer Mr. Taylor Is kalsomlnlng the roomsIn
-- -- --- - --- prove
O lin and Mr.' Dud Mrs. Chas. Oslln. D. StUlalr NI..bet'sllUusu after which
on this page; ? It appear to be an excellent very sweetly. I
Archdeacon It. Ii'. Brown was lie It will be painted again on the outside.
West Palm Beach.Mrs. opportunity to Invest some of the Postmaster and
noocfe} family are
We the Tlbbals
are sorry correspondent guest of Jno.-E. M. Hodgson on Sunday
surplus pineapple money. took offense at our Item of recent date happy over the arrival of Mrs. James 1'. Joe Field U painting Ida new, large;

J. II. LeTouraeau and family Jack regarding Mr. Jennings and his potato, Hogg the Misses Eloise and Grace and Large quantlllta of fish are being shipped house and, fudging: from the slxa ot the

Frank Idner''' has as her guests, Russell and Miss Brown went over to crop, as there was no offense Intended; Master Walter, of Jacksonville who will from Rat Gallic by the various fish house. has something of a contract on

her mother Mrs.'Stark, and her sister the ocean beach, last Sunday afternoon, the writer simply told the truth in such spend some time with the Ooodo family. log: firms located hero. band!, -

Mrs. Wolf. and had a dip In the briny deep. They a way that strangers rending the newsy Messrs E. Porter A. Schmidt A. Major Jordan was Alligator hunting A. S, Humphry has finished paintingthe

J Ingraham: third vice-presideut of report the water In the right condition and reliable Pink Paper might clearly Shank and E, Mills Jr. of Daytonn on thin week. The major says Minnie balls Janice Lv Crawford house and it presents

the Florida East Coast Railway, was In for bathing-just the proper temperature. understand the condition of things: *on the yacht \Vliito Wings were pleasant will not perforate their hides.J. a line appearance biting on so ;

town this week. His launch Enterprise, the East Coast The writer does not visitors in Melbourne lust week. They prominent a corner.
Messrs. W. W.: Luce Alfred Michael
E. M. killed
.
was moored at the City dock, awaiting and Mrs. Hilda Rooks ,made a pleasant deny that land. i In too valuable on the were enjoying a cruise on our glorious her on the Lodge Hodgson grounds this a I1rOlln\rRt.t.: week Ills Mr. Taylor, of Cooou, has also been
[Ills orders. pineapple ridge: to raise and Indian HI .
potatoes on '
VOl' here the week the
who during painting
party went to Fort Pierce, by train, for that uakoship must have been lost. past
Mr. has Invest
Geo. W. Bacon of Pelican Lodge loft, last Sunday, where they were joined by ed la tills reason Jennings of othershave Miss Jennie C. Miller and Dr.. Leon A. Frlta housand. now it Is all completed
vicinity as a number The schooner Nlmtoil,
I ast week for Philadelphia, to be absent Miss Kitty Saundera.::! The whole party done who ,Jive along the Indian Peek were quietly, married last Sunday: for will soon be ready for the family next winter.
Hoehr
until October. Mr. Petitt remains for a spent the day driving to White City and River The writer In also aware of the morning at the home of the bride's ready ing on the launching.work as fast C Is push School closed on Tuesday and the
possible
few weeks to entertain his nephew who other places of interest, and report a very 'experiment conducted by Mr. Jennings; parents Mr. and Mrs. $. F. Olbbs. The teacher, Silas Mendel and her sister who i

will arrive about the 13th. delightful day. I and many others who have tried to raise best wishes of their many Melbourne A fine, new motor linn arrived ID Emu has, boon visiting here for the past throe t

Rev. friends are with this happy young couplo. Galllo for the launch Emma! now lying weeks returned to their home In I "-
Mrs. Madlsou, of Park cottage, has her F. Weatherwax, of Melbourne, vegetables on the ridge, who concluded >
nelce, Miss Margaret de Haas, visiting sailed Into port, last Saturday morning that it did not pa as well as pineapples. We are glad to learn they will remain In Hodgson's boatyard, C. U. (llfl'onl.'ol Orange; followed by the best. wishes of ,

ler. Miss de Haas Is an accomplished accompanied by his wife. They startedon The writer also recognizes the fact that with us. Tlhbals, owner. their many friend In Indlnnola. r,'

nualclan and a very charming young their return trip on Monday morning./ the Indian River ridge is the best place Cnpt. J. H. Andrews, of Ankona left Messrs. Reed, Mlot and Nisbet nnv -:

'iady-a decided acquisition to West Mrs. J. II. LeTonrneau and Miss Brown on earth to raise pineapples and that is South Ro'ckledge.. for Ills home on Monday: last after huv- harvesting their peach crop, which would .

[I'alm Beach society.We went as far as Fort Pierce with them why numbers of enterprising men like lug his sloop Dixie oveilutulod and painted have been much heavier had there been "
and said would liked to have Mr. Jennings have invested In both locations -
regret state that City Clerk Geo. they gone : on Hodgson' ways more rain but as It Is, the trees are a ;
}. Adams' severe -accident will necessl- to Melbourne, the sail was so pleasant. and In order to keep up with the timed 111. C. Salmon assisting .J. J. WhiteIn Alex. Near has just overhauled and sight to behold so loaded with fruit. f'

1 ate his remaining in Miami for quite a On every side we hear the nicest things the line enjoy- Mr.a good Jennings thing at both ends of the erection of his new house on Barton painted? liU artesian well ell'lvlnglljIHel'. The trees were planted some six years "
shipped large
'lumber of weeks. The fracture of the about the ADVOCATE: "It's the most avenue. The machinery la now being put Into ago .among the pineapples under cover, .
of 4
quantity from White
thigh bone, makes It Imperative that he newsy .paper on the East Coast. "If considering the potatoes fact that the land City was C.IIIbh8 has boon at Bonavonturo with complete order for work but now have grown( up through the "
remain absolutely quiet. you want the news, you'll get It In the cover They are of two kinds the Peon- $il j
very fl'ellh-only having been cleared a gang' of men hauling the lumber of Letters from the hi(sues Kochslor announce to-Kllngstone with a slight bitterflavor r
ADVOCATE.
"I with
Work I III being pushed on the new Jef- through the Pink keep Paper.up "I my want friends to few weeks before the seed 'wad plantedwhich Supt. Minis packing houao from the their safe arrival In Brooklyn and the Rod Celon' a moro acid! poach tiffa ;i i:

i arson block. :Some:: changes have been subscribe for the ADVOCATE so that I proves the value. of White City depot to Its new site.J. N. V., after a pleasant voyage on the. deep rod color which III.. flue poach ),

made In the original; plan which will can keep up with my neighbors." "A soil for garden pur POUCH. We hope the N. Chalkor has moved )Ills family Clyde steamer Comanche.A for canning or for punch, butter,
Olive street and three Tibbals Correspondent Is satisfied. We
'ive
a frontage on ,
; f
from Lotus
to FrankVooleo's
place might better have over ;
large nsxemblod
poor correspondent congregation at He.
,ddltlonalstores. A few wlil not make further reply for we
new dwellingsire to the ADVOCATE than not any." do any place, where ha In at work. lie bas a John's church Sunday, to hear ArcbIcaoou INTKUKSTINO: : ) ASTHMA SUFFKKEKS. .
erected. Aside from this not Intend to spend our valuable timeor
being our All of this and good; place, and Frank ]has a good man. of
' much more, we have the valuable ( II. F. Brown leottire-on I thin re -Daniel Bante, Ottervllle
of the rink
'ittle is rather
town quiet. heard of the ADVOCATE this week. la useless space Taper We welcome him as a neighbor. cent volcano and earthquake. In the West Iowa, writes: "I have had asthma for

The ladles of the Free Reading Room argument. J. C. Holder was a caller In Rooklodge Indies. three or four years and have tried aboutall

aye, their room neatly painted In white 'Filthy plea .. WAS WASTING A W A .-=The follow- on, Tuesday: lie Is so busy on the Cox Bush fires have, burned the Treutler the cough/ and asthma cures In the
cheerful Mr. ket and have received treatment fromph1.lcllusln
4vlnglta very appearance. grove Unit he does not get up this way lion He on the Eat Gulllo river, known Itl IIIMI r
[Frederick Robert renewed the yearly Sacred cows often defile Indian tern Ing letter from Robert It. Watts, of Salem often but he could not miss the bargainsat the Kitchen place The house was unoccupied New York and other cities

.ubucrlptlon for the Scientific American plea, but worse yet is a body that' polluted Mo Is instructive: "I have been Hatch's and so took time to run up. or the building could have but got very little benefit until I triedFoley'e
troubled with kidney disease for the last
vhlcu he has generously given for three by constipation. Don't permit It. been saved. Honey and Tar which gave me
fears to the Reading Room. Cleanse your system with Dr King' live years. I lost flesh and never felt Miss Sulllo Magruder left, Monday for i Immediate relief, and I will never be F
New Llfe'PIlls and avoid untold misery. well doctored with leading physicians a prolonged visit with l bar cousin, Capt.: Cards were received In Eau Onllle an without It In my house. 1 sincerely teo-

Mayor Burkhardt is vigorously work- They give lively livers, active bowels, and tried all remedies suggested; without E. L. Magruder, whose headquarters are flouncing the marriage of Dr. Leon 8, ommeml It to-n1., /Sold: by Wilson & Son
ng towards the effectual carrying out i good digestion line appetite. Only 2."o; relief. Finally 1 tried Kolov's Kidney at Ualnbridgo Instead of Columbus (]a. I'otk to M Ins Jennie Millar\ Melbourne.The r

,f the sanitary law. Alderman A. B. Ot- at J, B. Screveu'a drug store.Tibbals. Cure, and less than two bottles comrlete- We will all miss Miss Saul. very much. young/ couple have our best wishes .
nell made a thorough inspection of the ly cured me, and I nm now for a long and happy life. KI2AL V ESTATE FOU,SAL.IJ.
sanitary conditions from lake to lake. I well. Sold by B. K. Wilson *\: Son. What are mortals going to do I -
rain
''Joroparltlvely few houses have sewer It it dues not ....on.Ve 'have worn C. Aluesworth has Inks returned froma
old barrels out .. Ilslilug, nip to A* Administrator. of the Estate of
onneotlons. The Council will take the our water battling water.Juit Washington.
natter In hand and all who fall to comly Wabasso. think i,* Inch of lain In Apill l-ii: While, away, )1 r. Aliumwortli caught William Trotitlrr, decIII"el.Ve otTer at
> with the requirement' will suffer the Inches In :May and just a sprinkling thus some oatl! ..h weighing 3111"a. (?) Thin ,private! sale the following\ described Real
lenaMy. tur bathing club was entertained last far In June, and yet 8etme ,of the old party did not have "Juice of the rye"wllh 1 Estate, belonging to ...ltl1IItatll!: !

week has of week by Mrs. Harry Jennings. A* the O. "U" Keith has gone to Jensen where orange trues are looking well and holding them, either No. 1. Sold! I
The
ownapeople past leaving for seen the many north. Miss our. game of water polo was lutioduced that he will remain duilug the pineapple sea their fruit. These Is no other slate lathe One hundred barrels. of fish, packed In No 2. All of Htof NK}, Section :31,
day,Jt will not bo forgotten soon, as It Union that could stand such di h
a out South :37 Kant
27
son. Ice Township : Range covered
i fjvlnliart, for Boston and later In the were shipped from Kau Oallle on
afforded much for tire bat hers"and ,
sport without very salons damage. with water lying In said Eau: OallleKlver \
,eason will go abroad to take up al'tudlaa. luokeis on.Notblnills. Commissioner Conkling, <>' Tlllman Tuesday last, and some were lost owing I
- Mr. and Mis. Geo. U. Miiltbyind WAS a iileaaant caller -bel Sunday/ and to shore supply of Ice to pack them. and Eau Gallie lillY, containing +
Mrs. Sackett for Michigan and Illllols. more needed (In this section Monday Chronic bronchial troubles and summer This will be remedied as soon as tbs about :'M; acres, more or less. a ll,,

Mr. and Mrs. Mouie for North then a good blacksmith and repair shop, number of Fort Drum coughs can be quickly relieved and cured factory at ::'Sebastian In working order. No. 3. sold. I

Carolina; and Mrs. Ilatchett and Mary and a better or more central location can Quite, here a thin week with people by Koloj's Honey and Tar Sold by. B. No. 4. That portion of SW4{, Section
not be found than Jensen. We the weie trading our U. Wilson &: /Son. Mouth 37 East
:,ou, for Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Maltbyrill hope merchants. W A UN ING. If have :Townships Range; ,
visit the Pacific Coast before their. light party 'will soon take advantage of bladder trouble-suit you do kidney commencing at point 370 feet West from

eturn. Bon voyage. tbe opening.It Mrs. W. H. Wlgfleld and two .daugh Cure will have not use Foley'sKidney Northeast corner post on .1 lj !Section!: lineas
tens, Josle und Ora of Toledo spent a Rockledge-Cbcoa. you' only yourself aforesaid and HO feet South of said tf
la wonderful how close to blame for results It
many very as positively cures
On the first Indication of kidney trou-. and Intimate! friends our pineapple (grow few days In town, attending services ,at all forms of kidney and bladder disease. Section line for a rpoint thence
the school house South -12: feet thence Kant lOll) feet
ile. stop it by taking Foley Kidney Cure. ers have just at this season of the year on Sunday. U. S. Hardee has carpenters at wOI'k. Sold by B. It. U'lUon: Son. run thence South 420: feet thence West to,>

told by B. R. Wilson A Son. and how many visit us dally, but each !Miss Helen Miller our..teachel', "spenta putting a new shingle roof ouhUrenldenae. Section line, thence North fiU9: ft, thence
one some railroad steamboat few days lu Melbourne the
represents visiting .
East 717 feet, more or less, ton point 100
line, commission house or fertilizer company home folks and bidding good-bye to a Georgiana.Hervey
Stuart.Pines sister who has left the ranks of "Ibessed :K.:: C. Cook of IU ckledge) Is at workon feet West of Southwest corner of plat of
Dr. W. L HiighUttl's addition to his. Haroo, thence South .1/K/ feet, thence
v If every person valued the fish la the logleaess. residence at Cocoa. Bower came East 750 feet to West side of F. K. C. j'',
are going forward dally. Indian River as Master Crawford Hud- A kind of mutual benefit club Is ipoken up from Palm Hallway right of-way, thence North on
of Pine Ark does Cspt. W. II. Sharpe and wife, of City Jeach son Bluff : It wouldbe of by the jonng folks who wish to participate West Railway rlglit-of-
Ireland of
Mrs. were .
and Jensen folks.
)[ .
1' this week., a very valuable river. On Monday he to meet at W"b .Mo. hall, once a Point were In Cocoa, Tuesday on bll"l.I way 00 feet, thence East to point of beginning
here
iBltors caught his first fish, with a spear, which week, to practice dancing. A pleasant I ness and shopping.J. Herman Sanchez returned Hunday, :, excepting railroad right-ol-way

Capt. Dan Ross wife and children re- were two very flue trout, and when asked time U anticipated. I J. White has the frame up'for his sum his visit to bin home. Ills brother, through said land. Containing about :25

urned to their home In West Pl&lmlJeach. If he would take a dollar each for them number of Indians have slx room cottage, just west of his other iVIUUm/ came with him. ores Including the County roarl This
Qni e a beenIn
ruesday. lie very quickly responded that he wouldnot cottage on Barton avenue. Wlttfeld i tract has a young/ grove: of 600 or COOtree
last Miss ,
town during the few weeks dipoiiing Mary left for
Saturday
*- ,
Is lawn and judging from the expression of on It, and an artesian well, eta
Postmaster B. KUchlng having
of their and DlUlllh' visit with her
'gator plumes a
dollars laying Last Sunday night between seven and grandmother
his fee rive each would also
rrass' planted on the grounds of the In supplies1. A few of them 'were much eight o'clock a bright meteor appearedIn Mr. P. A. Black: st Palm lleuob. No. A. Begin st Southeast corner of
have been refused. .
Stuart house. lot now, or formerly owned by J. L. Harrison
Interested In the rehearsals. at the schoolhouse the western sky and passed over, disappearing .
Mr. Ktigvro went I" $1. Augustine last thence run South; anrns Elbow
Pineapples are being shipped and the children's marching ,
Pltzer Murray and daily thought In the east.
Messrs. McCray ,
week hit
iu see ulster, who ban been creek to North boundary. of land belong-
from this but In small corn dance
We
everal other Jacksonville salesmen were place very gnan-' (pickaninnies ) ojus.
titles. On Monday, when the train schedule think so. Watermelons are on, the street now, 'Iulle nlck. lie ret ui ned home Tuesday. log ta Win. Treutler, thence !Cast along

lere this.week. was changed several lots of pines but owing to the very dry weather they DeVue hams. and wife came down from Vi SreiUm line which _Is the North boundary i
John Taylor had the yacht Shamrock were left. The writer would suggest A delightful: evening was spent st the are small wnd not a* good a* had there 'ourifiiay oo Filuay. Mrs. liower went of Wm. Trrutl., '* 'land to North bankof

>n the ways this week, treating her to a that at all flag station where regular school house on the tub by a number of been an abundance of rain. home with them, Saturday, for.a w ek'. Elbow crock, thence West along bankof

iew coat of paint. freight Is put on and off, that it wouldbe pupils and friends of our school. With Rev. A. M. Dslger; preached: on Sunday vi.It. said orerktupotntcif beginning, beingIn
rouslo and! various the hours 11
games section HI. Township :37 Sou ill, Mango
Pineapple buyers, drummers packers a !good notice plan for when the railroad of ache passed quickly by, and last, but not least morning and evening to very good. .... W. Lyman left on Wednesday for 87 East. Thin land Is covered with the
to a change
,tc., are arriving dally. :No crops have post a of the of the the congregation Ills sermon In the evening
pleasuie evening, were Tennessee whole* will remsla'a short water of the creek'.
ule Is to take place so the wouldbe 1
sold to date. patron was on the subject -"Naantan, the
een up refreshments consisting of cake and time I
hurt them
to his old borne in I
able to prepare for the change. Where Leper." go No. U. Ho""' ;
lemonade furnished by the ladle Kenu.hu, Wl'.
good .
two able ,
Rev. Moore delivered sermons such
there Is an agent notices would be No.7. Commence ahout O chains 39
last Sunday at of the town and a lot of Ice cream by E. MU Hallle Magrnder left on Monday ,
o large congregations; twenty i
unnecessary. A. II6U, Jesse Leathernun. and W. L. and Appll- About of our people went to link West from Northeast corner of
he Methodist church. Cards are out announcing the marriage Keefer. achteola. '{ockledgenn Thursday and Friday of Section 20, on Section line between Sections

rrv. n*..<>v has had a house built of Miss Susie Summers, grand. She make her home lust week, to get some of the merchandise Eland W: ,, run WestDelisIn: link,
time. to
>n-the' freighter r Admiral, running full daughter of Capt. and Mrs. J. H. Andrews The beautiful. service" entitled "Child some for a while with goo the family of E. L. Ma that Cleo y. J Hatch was selling at them;;* South 10 chains 04 links, thence '
ren Day Chaplets, was rendered her cost. Sou t h degrees 30 seconds East chains
her 00
engtb, to protect cargo. of this place to Mr. Fred Cook, gruder.
Sunday evening by the Wabaiwo Union to Kim: Oallle River thence follow the 4
of West Palm Beach which will take
The recent high winds caused a scare- the residence ,of and bl! Sunday schonl. )Irs. J. D. Vieeland, Rev (I. Van Haute, of New York, will Grandma Munson and granddaughter shore of Kau Gallie River In an Easterly
bad place at Capt. r* Miss Hattie and Miss
ty of log at the saw mill, so they our earnest Sunday: school worker kindly preach at the nockledjl'e chapel on Sunday Thayer, Mary direction to A point due South from placeof
Andrews the 10th of June at :a ,
p m., Newel left on last The first
Saturday
o stop running for a few days.O. after which they will take the 0:40 train gave the UM of her' piano and many next at 11 o'clock and every succeeding two named for Daytona where Mis beginning/ thence north to point ofBeginning i!
has Just finished movng Beach other articles which contributed to the Sunday. Ills work Is In connection containing acres more or
O. Poppl Ion for West Palm their future home. Thayer will visit for s> few days before
hi* bees to Indian River Inlet, where Miss Summers has lived In this place success of the occasion. Th* bouse' was with Tltusvllla Presbyterianchnrch. going to her home 4n Wlsomnln Miss less and known a* the Kitchen place. ;

hey will make their summer crop of with her grandparents since a small girl decorated with a profusion of flowers, In I* hoped that all who can will coma Newel stopped over !In Tltusvllle to take :No. 8. NE) of Section 28, Township

loney. and will\ be !greatly missed by her many fathered Promptly largely at 7:20: by Mis the Idelle juvenile Michael J class.' oat to bear him. the teachers' examination niter which 27 South, Range :37 East containing 160

Forest fires started by a railroad train, friends, who will wish her a long and who represented"Chlldrens Day, followed The entertainment, Tuesday evening, she want. 10 her home) Wisconsin, acres, less railroad right-of-way.

Dearly burned !o[.... Stephenson' home happy married life.Virulent by twenty-two member. of the school at the Town Hall Cocoa, by the young where site will spend the summer, re' No. 0. NW.li! of Section 28tTownshlp

vlonday. The fire department wa out came marching into the room while slngng people of Cocoa and) Rockledge, was a turning time to teach school nrxtf.il. 27 South, Range 37 East, containing 1JO

a full force. Cancer Cured. the processional oog. After taking aneces. Those taking part were Messrs ----- -- acre., less railroad right-of-way. ..

Several hundred acre of as good to- : their places upon the platform A very W. E. Booth, F. B. Gibbons Maurice 8tve from uu Awful Fate No. 10. MMOOlacres: ( ( [ less railroad
nato land as there I Is In Florida has just Startling proof of a> wonderful advanceIn excellent! program was rendered. The Weinberg' Remington and Fred Bryan; rlsrht-of-wart being part of Lot 1 andjofNK )

ome under the eyes of some of our' cltl- medicine I Is given by druggist O. W. proceeds of the evening made a good addition and the Mlxses Amelia Carter 3Iyr U. "Everybody said' I bad consumption," !: i of NWjtj, Hectlon S. Township 27
ens. The land la located on the Uallaattookee I Kobert. of Elizabeth W. Va An old to the Children's fund.TES' Williams, Vent' Hlbbs Kate Eyer. Fred write. Mrs. A. )(. Shields, of Chambur- South Range 37East knowto as J. L.
> river and it Is expected a big mao there had long suffered with what Bryan wan Inimitable 'In his character. bur Pa., "I was so low after six monthsof Stewart place.

, will be planted this winter. good doctors pronounced Incurable can All did well and carried ont their parts severe sickness caused by bay fever block
creage Nn.lI. l.ot..njanlII 4 Townof
cer, They believed bin case hopeless till TEAR1 IN BED.-R. A. Gray most creditably The audience wa especially and suthm, that few thought I could ,
he used Electric Bitters and applied Oakville.. lad., writes: "for ten years I good one ss t-size and temper, I get well but I learned of the marvelous Emu Oalll
Happy Time In Old Town. Bucklen' Arnica Salve which treatment i' was con Hoed to my beds with disease and the whole affair reflected great cred- merit of Dr. Kln '* Nftw Discovery for No. 12. Lot I, block 4, Town of KanOallle.

"We felt very happy write R. N. completely eared him. When Electric my kidney It was so sever that I It on those taking part, and the manage I Consumption, used It, and was completely Quit clalm'ideed for this only-

'evill ,Old Town V.., "when Bucklen'strniea Bitters are nsed to expel bilious kidney could not move part of the time. I coo- ment. The receipt were about 1000.' cured." For desperate throat and held under Tax Title.
Salve wholly cured our daughter and microbe poison at the same time suited the very best medical skill available The purpose for which the entertainment long dlsesuie It Is the safest cure In the For prices and terms address,*

fa bad case of scald head." It delightsII this 'salve exert Its matchless healing;i bat could get no relief until Foley's was (given was to raise. fund to world and I I. Infallible for cough, cold F. A. MOKOANIand, ( W. If. JONES,

who use It for cat, corns, bruises, power blood diseases, skin eruptiODII'1 Kidney Cure was recommended to me. hell the road to the cemetery most I and bronchial affsctlon' Guaranteed A* Administrator of the Estate of Wm.

urns, boll. nicer, eruptions. lufalli.I ulcers and sores vanish. It has been a Godsend to me. Sold by commendable purpose, and met with i bottles. Mo) and $t. Trial bottles free at. Treutler;!deces.ed.

I for pile*. Only 25c at J, B. SCreYeD'*- Salve: at J. B. Screven' I I B. R. Wilson A: Son. the hearty support of everyone. J. B. Here r to'* drag *tor*. Tltusvllle, Florida.EA. .










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EAST COAST ADVOCATE JUNE 13, 1902.
6 --
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-- iIw 'THa EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
and there I no t
cormldrro tinpfpffiinvie\;
'r is PARADISE REGAINED"
t13 y found! two sentinels lazily\ smoking 1n .. '
I the Biin. Not disturbing them; 1 b ':Ii: I 'Jk.idaif .. '

slipped nWl\)' and wns soon back: i at i
y the bead of n strong force Ho took FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.

i the height rued with It the battle Wtlll eii1 o.1.

won. For this he was made a colon

at the nffp of twenty-two. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15, 1902.
From this big story runs on with f

t ever IncrenKlijR!/ honor. Name the ba w SOUTHBOUND-READ. DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
U I. ties of Europe In wlitch the French f SOH FFft -
) r No. No. 36 No. 79 No. 32D&117
; 391 _
1 army took part during the middle ot AIN LINE.
I Dally ''brit ID.IIS
the eighteenth century; and you nan

the scenes of Rochauabeau's exploit' 00 9 40 to Lv..................... & .................... q00 8 11II a 1
I Small crops, unsalable vegetables the agnliiBt, the Island of p PI It 4s. 1.v'..................So. Jeok.onville..1.v II U p 8 47S ;
In expedition ft IllS 10 611 a ................,..... St. AuKu.tloe...................... II DO p 'I 46 l a
: result from want of Minorca he becamo brigadier genera t3 einpi121a ........................ JI.... lnlfll......................... .lilt )> 7loaEl
I At Crcveldt be held the whole Austria 00 p 11 42 a...................... East J'al..tk.. ..................... 4 tIS p IS 611 a ;l a
: .4 83 P/13 19p .......................... K"OIf"......................... 4 30 p IS s2: s =:. y
.' army nt bay for uouro. At Minden blown p4 f n p13 811> ............:........... Bunnell....,.................... 4 1' p 60lla s !: 1
'! !f part was glorious, despite bls W 03 p1231p......................... ))upont..................... ..... 4COp hots :sA:
Potash.Vegetables o 19p 106 p .........................Ormond......................... 342p 68aa ..
country's defeat. 0 80 p 18 P.......... ............. .1>..1'tona......................... 381)> 51/710 :,i It to
When Louis X)'. determined to lend 8 U I t 38 p ....................Port Oranlf....................... 1r3l p D 18.. :
800 P 611 P ...................... New 8m rn. .... ............,.... a 03 J. 'OOa :: :r
are especiallyfond money and men to help the America 09p. .Ollk 288p... n7
lie hone Itochambcau for tile p.!! :
of Potash. Write for colonies : ....... .......... .... Rp
leadership. Tho army of 0,000 men die- ....... I as p .......................Rookl..dlflt........................ 1 ao p...., '"' CIoS It

C our free pamphlets. embarked qt Newport, while the suppOI.tln" : tj 4 le ...........: i oe 1) ................::.....1\I.loourne..E..u OaUle.........:....:...:.:..: ia so Up.I' ....:..: i g'

army under Admiral do Terna 0 ....... "IS P ........................ ..b..tI..n. ....................... 11 66 a....... "v
A" GERMAN KALI WORKS tho There perforce' be W ....... 183 P .........................8t Lents........................ 11 OlSa .... .
I 93 Nai.au. St.. Now. York. occupied bay. ........ 'IS p ......................Fort" Pierce........................ 11 0).......:. .010 I 0
i had to rcimiln with hU command, playing ....... .I 03 ..._............... White City........................ 10 'lla ... "iI
his In the of chess to ....... e CIS ......................... Ylbbals.......................... 10 ....... Po _
I ;; part game Tri-Wcclcly Sailings 8 ........ 1 09 .............................E.irn..1...................10 ....... .xui!:!
1 I which the war hnd reduced ItselfVnshington ....... e p........................... .T.n..n...........................10 / ....... "
} he first met In September r] ...... ......... .......... : .. .......................... ....... 4r
Free and JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK ....... 0 .....................,Hope 8ound....................... .u 82s......... D
of 17SO lit Hartford. It was decide, BETWEEN ....... .7 .....................West Jupiter...................... 0 ........ y ::
& Acce"lted' Masons armies should join forces. 14 ....... lip......................West Palm B.ach.................... 8 ....... C" n
: that the two Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ......... 8 .........................Bo'n.on ......................... 8 a.......... a
Wnshington'ti troops being then along; ....... 2 p....................... J't. I.auderdal0..................... T .......
of the Hudson. ....... 8 ....................... Lemon Clty...................._.. 6 ....... a
; tlio highlands The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Servici ....... D ....... .................. Miami.......................... .a. .......
June 1781 after RocUninboim's
Indian ;,. No. CO J( It wits not till BUFFET PARLOR CABS ON TRAIN 83 AND 7S .
son bad come tl'om..France

'River i TltusvllleHold with re-enforcements, that the armicimilted. The Clyde ,New England and Southern Lines.
BRANCH LINES SCHEDUXES.PAI.A.TKA. .
:
After reconnaissances It was Direct Service between;
iV Lo je. Florida 'decided. that General Clinton and the :

I 4ayof each. month*at the' )the Maud and Armory, fourth, TltiiB Fri. UrltlHli! at New York were stilt toestrong I Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points, AND EAST PALATKA.

"meLat 7:3D o'cl.-k |p,in. to attack Then It wan that the (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
I, J. 11:. Walker, \Vnr lilprnl Mauler.\ advance on Corn wallls was determined No. 57 No. 68 No. 113|No. 49 No. 47 ....7rOlfll. No. 48Dally No. 4alN. 60[No. 64[No. 61 ,
J. I*.Carrutli IItonl.|>r Warden SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS Ually Dally I Dally |Dally|Daily Dolly Dally Dally Dally
T.11.ani.dersJunior Warden.J. Skillfully' deceiving General Clinton\ Southbound....................... ..from Lewis Wharf, Ilovtni
{ III ...,.,.I .
: from foot of Catherine Street, JaokBuarUI f80p I3Tji 3S I e uoalLv tka.Ar 6 25u| lUalll 03 p pi 7 Kf
L M. Iilxon Tr'Axurnr.' the united armies were soon on the Northbound. I ,I .. .. | 8 | |
JI'. A. Morgan, Secretary 460 I p S 05 I 4 OS P it Boa| a 60aAr| .Kast Palatha .Lv 06. T i k48.605 7MyMAYFOHT
,
J. A. Hughes, t'lmplaln.. route for Virginia. They closed In on
I :J. B.:Bnraven, Heritor Ueanon.II. the British general fought him gallantly St. Johns River Line. BRANCH.:
Clyde
.
K. Mima,jr., Junior Uemonn.H.
h Vnnlaiitl Hicham Senior Steward. at the outposts and trapped him /l
Llne.X, N. 18 No. 17 No. 6 Ne.e No. 1 Na 20 /
Denary .
11'. M. Taylor, Junior Steward, se completely that he surrendered, and ( Dally Dally Da117 11'1'0'IIWlf. Deily Dsf IAlly
P. W. Robert, Tyler BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
"
I the war of the Revolution was won. HereMfonl Bnljind), JUlie Spring. intermediate. land 1 pp p p. a v.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..................., 8-26a 2 0 Op
Itochambeau was loaded with hon. Stopping Palatka, Antor, St. Francis, ( 88 p 2 DB p 1 Ba a .....,,..,,.?,, Jaokaonvllle..,., .. ...Lv 8 FT a U 17 0 23i'
-tie inga on tb.lit.jobn'*Klvur. 30 p 8 00 P 10 06 a Lv,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. P.blo lieaeh .,,.,..,, ,.,,,Lv 7 46 a II 41 aI 6 CO 1
ore and
by Continental congress STEAMER "LOUISE.' Capt. C. II. BROCK p 8 o0 p 1010 a Lv,.. .. .AUentio Beach., .Lv T 48 a It 4o 6 t3 p
''r GALLANT R9CHAN3GEAU.r. he did not return to France till the IS APPOINTED TO SAIL A<* FOLLOWS I80 32D 1083aAt. .,8asy rt, Lv & S80p

next He rose to be marshal of ...... and Saturdays at 5,.e a.
spring. Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville ........ ... Tiiemliiyi p.
--- --- .' .*... France survived the revolution though Leave Leave SanforU.. ... .............. .. ....... .. .... .. .... .,..!\Jonda"L Thursday*at 5WLm. BAN MATEO :KBAJJOH.

; Description of Statue In Mem- Buffering Imprisonment and narrowly Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.A. ,. Na 67 Ne, 46 8'u.'I'lo lo. 48 Na Oa
escaping execution and died In 1801 Dally I Da lly Daly Dally

t t. .,., dory of His Services. Kt the age of eighty-two. .HAGEHTV, Eaat'n Paul. Agts .C. IRONMONGER: .ja.,A..'.Gen. Pans., Its.THOS. Agt. 'T U p 16. v................ ....... s.C ............................ .
Ss Stttte York 201 West hey Jacksonville, Sb5BSaAr, ..... .......... ..San ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,, 820pBANJ'OED
t.'i.,: 'i.., .... ( D.HALEYbnalVreightAgent; 10. F.LOVKLL, AMt. Fla Suut.'
.! : ... ._ Jacksonville' .
1- Constipated Bowels. toot Hogan 8t .Jal'k.onyllle, Fla. Foot Hogan rtt., BEANOa. OEANOH CITY BRANCH,
i :nERO> Or MANY BATTLEIIELD8. To have good health, the body should JOHN. L. 11OWAKU General MR..aj.r., Huperlntendeut, Foot WM.Hogan H: OL.YUM Bt.,Jaok* onvllle.CO..+Oeiieral Fla. Agenta.Cbesabrougto .

I be kept In a laxative condition, and the : THEO O. KflKK Budding 19 State 8t.o Oppoalte Battery Park' New York. NoallI 1 aralfona No. 11 Na S Ro.1 8'1'Ao'l'IOlS. No: 2. No.4
: )towel moved at least once a day,so that) I C. II. WALTON Agent Tltusvllle, Fla. y Ds11y Dally 1Att1y Dsil 7 r
i Career of the Olt>ra .il French dal.v all the poisonous waste are expelled a v..Tituevl ...,,..,,, D p T o p 10 n a v..N. So,1 rna.Arl 40.1. 860 p
O. r.. Edwards 142 N. Main St. T ls. Lv.. ,,,,.. Mimi ,,,. ,,.,., 1 01 p 8 49 p H 21 a Lv.Lake IIeien.Lv 12 64 p 4 P
I : I v dISr'Who Enabled the Revolutionurjr hilly. useJerbine 188 a ...,,.,.,.,. .,..,,..,,.. 11 69 a 4 00 p 12 $0. Lv.Orsng.'City Lv 12 40 p 4 ID p
i Farce to Tarn the Tide In Wichita Kansas, writes: "I have 166a 11 80 a 4 011. 12 44 sAr.Ong. City p 4 lap
[ to regulate the liver\ and bowels SE.A..S.A. o.I> 180a 11 00.
I J Oar War of lad..ndt'uea-Uo. H* 'or the past ten years, and found It a re-
ltI"fi4 Truppeil Lord Co..uwaJII.. lable remedy" GOo at Wilson & Son's. Them Tim Tables how the times at which train* may be expected to arrive aadd."...', '
t AIR LINE RAILWAY. from' the several station, tout their arrival or departure. at the times stated is not guaranteed
.or does the Company: cold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences. rising
j I 1 The Roclinrnbcau statue has its place Th farrenchlng consequences pf a fclierftfroia.. .

i 1 Sn Lafayette ntjuuru In the national strike are Illustrated In the re-
treat
.capital, the place of nil others' most fitting cent report of a special commission Capital City Route. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.

( for It Bays special; tllHputch from tppolntod by the British governmento The Shortest Route. :BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

"Washington, to tho Chicago RecordHerald. ; Inquire !Into the causes that haveIclnyed The Best Line. SOUTHBOUND JTOKTHBOCTNIJ.

It flanks the bronze ei&gy ot the completion of a number of
I Including Sundays 10....Mlsma, Mone. Weds.................11 Cop Lv.Ravans.Tare.Tlmrs..man..
i, the. )"o1ngllll'quill: tie Lafayettewho nivnl vessels! which ought/ to have beenn Only line with Double Daily Service Ar.. Key West.Tuei.Tliurs................U 30 p Ar.KeytvestTteal'hnra., ............ aSop
owned the 'C iute do Uocliiunbeau< ai commission long The coinmlteoRiiya CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, Lv Key West Tue Thur................. 7 sop I.v. Key West. Tuen Thurs .............. 7 03 .l
I ngo./ SAVANNAH COLUMBIA .AI'. Havana, Weds, Trl..:........... .....tuuiv Ar.6ltami.WodeFri. ..... ........... .. aJ W, ..
'It Ills "father lu wur." The atntue U of that mist; or the arrearages are WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PIIILADELPIIIA, NEW YORK
For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent
berola Idze. It represents' the marshal sue io( the reut engineering strike of WITH. PULMAN'S BKbT CARd.I'ha .
T. D. BAHITER Aaat. Gen. Pass Agent ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
at the siege of Yorktown ordering the .S)7-OS.! Not only did this dispute re- Florida end Metropolitan Limited a solid vc-Htlbuled train, St. Auffimtlne and .

French wlntf' of the bedletflns! urmy to tarall, the work actually In progressn Jacksonville to Mew York, consisting plolofi, Compnrtmont, Composite,

I'' attack the world of the KiiKlIuh: ;; gen.t all enxtneerlug and armor works, Observation aDd Drawing Room Sleeping Cur.. .. .. ._
-
"'1.:1 "" ""' =.u l.
> oral, Lord Connvnllls on the morning but so dlHofgaulzod everything that It Only line opeiatlojf dally through I'ullman Car Service J.CksonvflbtoNewOrleans

of Oct. 10, 1781.' itfectud the arrangements for new For! sleeper reservations and further Information write > FOR '

t Against the ixulceitnl! risen a splendid undertakings for-years afterward. For A. O. MAcDONELti, Aeat Gen. }'d8 Agt. Jaofcaonvtlle, Florida. R.1..hmond Washington Baltimore .

'1 fouialei figure of Franco, holding aloft' natance Innumerable contracts bad toe J. M. BARR R. E. I" BUNCH Phllad..lphla Boston Atlanta '
hand the thatt I. V. r. O. M., Oen. Pass. Agt.
two tiagBtaffa with the left > postponed for the simple reason PORTSMOUTH AsfeuvilleCitvjcinnavt Chattanooga ouisvlllo
ot rninco! and Aux rlcn-and' was ImpoHMible to get the special VA.- I
flags for -____. _ ____ ______u_. __ _____. -.- ---.--- St. Louis Kansas City
sword with the and tools
grasping a threatening uachlnery necessary Detroit Cleveland PittsburgChicago

I' right. Tlio war eagle with extended their fulllllruent. It in no exaggeration Dixie Flyer Route etc.

wings Is at her foot, BO typifying; the isHerts )he committee, to declare that -

defensive alllunco the only one ever he strike has affected thu building pro-: NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA &; 'ST. LOUISRAILWAY, and

,t consecrated by u treaty which has been f ram me of the navy i In recent years WESTERN & ATLANTICTRAILUqAD, the r

Igncd on behalf of the United States more seriously than any other cause -route of the-

; The ttutua IIII.\. replienot< ,, _one that CIIICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRAIN
"it Interesting to note the ardor
stand In the town of Veudoine i closeto Is and SOUTOLRNRAILWAVROUTE
f with which the American citizens of
.''t tho anew trnl chateau of the Ito- rlsh birth and descent entered Into DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING CARS. ".

I cUambonu family Fernand llaunnr, be Itochambcau celebration. The Irish The Chicago and Florida Limited Is quickest train from.St. Augustine and
the sculptor, guve to Its execution'longtudy : Jacksonville,
I OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
Historical society was largey t
.: and much love and when It was \merlcan< Chattanooga Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis and Chicago with Pullman'sfinest ..'
r \ ki unveiled June 4, 1000, lie rwelvtfd! the represented In the dedicatory< cere- Observation and Drawing Room Sleepers Dining cars, etc., through: without The SoxxtHern's Palm Limited I >
highest raise for his skill and his ar itoules In Washington,. and various ihango. The famous Dixie Fljeu all the year round sleeper via. Atlanta and

tistic conception. rlsli organizations. notably the Frtendy Martin, through to :St.: Louts, without change. THe Washington, Richmond and

Few months hud passed before It occurred Sons of St. Patrick, have entertala- For Information relative to rates, schedules etc, write to... .. Florida Limited

to M. Jules Itoeufve chancellor ell and welt' continue to entertain tie E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville Fla. t

ot the French embassy at Washington, }French delegation during Its stay la 1. E. HARMAN Gen. Puss. Agt. II. F. SMITII, Trnfllo Manager. THe New YorK and Florida ExpressTO

that a duplicate of the stntue should be his country. This may be reaicnibly Atlanta Ga. NaMivllle, Tenn. THE EAST.
erected In the United States Then .
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officers and --- ---
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a accounted tOl'-many --- -----
General Horace Porter American-em. Ben of Irish descent served underCount THe CHicago and Florida Special
bnssador at Pariswrote to Chairman
Rochambeau at Yorktown buterhaps
Cannon of the bout committee on appropriations pLANT SYSTEM.The THe Florida Limited
recommending tho project ) the real essence of the IrishAmerican I

and expressing his appreciation of the enthusiasm on this occasionlea TO THE MOUTH AND WEST.

j. high artistic worth of the monument In Frnuce's traditional hostility to I
be Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections:
It was found that a replica could England.
i I A purchased for $7.500; and tbls amount "" Ta the East vI," all ralL The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston Richmond Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cin.duDatl. T!*

g, was appropriated March 3, 1001, as an Washington.. The Southern Railway via Savannah, Columbia' Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."
., amendment to the sundry cUll bill. On According to the Clevelantl'.t'nder. and Washington. Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated la

March 7 a joint. rcsolutlor') set aside' 10 permit Is required for the holdingf Pn West The Southern R'y via Jesup Atlanta and Chattanoogo. The L A connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway I

$10,000 as a fund for entertaining the > a picnic in any of the public parksf IV the N', via Montsromery. The Southern R'yvla Savannah:! Columbia Pullman}, Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through t

representatives! of the French government > that city. The authorities seem to and Asheville The MAO R'y via Montgomery. trains. ,

and Invited the families t>f Ro- eke the absurd position, that the parks the East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, Ask far Ticket via Southern Railway. Correspondence Sellcltef.. r
chambeau and Lafayette to attend the ire for the use of the people.A LU Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah:! and Merchants.* JllnersPransportation
unveiling reromouleu.Vlthln the Company for Baltimore.

month an additional sum of the same congressman: a judge and a police To Key West and Havana, via Port Tampa and Peninsular{ Occidental:and Steamships Canada H. P. CAREY, FU. Paw Agt, 103 V.; Bay SU JicboaviOt[ FU.
amount bus been authorized. I'o Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edward Island, via Boston ,
Marshal de Rochambeau was a seasoned \ omnilsstoner In Missouri have "been Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax Hawkeabury and Charlottestown. S. H. HARDVICK. V. H. TAYLOE
of when he ndleted for playing! "penny ante. It

brought warrior 0,000 french fifty-five troops to( America h. not stared In the dispatch however SUMMZ3R: TOUn.XSTS TXG'IL ETS General Pasccogef Agent Aa't Gcol Paw Af enl,

In 1730. lie held the high grade runt Is the muullcst lawful Missouri till be on sale throughout the Northern Eastern, Western and Southern States to 'Waihtatton, D. C. Atiaala Ga.

of lieutenant general In tho Trench limit.[ ill FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System, during the season of 1001.1002, limIted Jsm.-ry 15. 1903.
army and many and ", rl'lItvCI.1t the to return until May :31st, with liberal stop-over prlvlleilges; In Flprida.
debts hla king and hU people owed Uliy Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be JlberaUYlup. ,
with all information and handsome advertising matter.
for his services lu buttle lie was given plied
CUBA For information as to rates, sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to
his early education for the priest- IN 11
THE WALTON RAPID MACHINE
CALKING
Uooil but when: he wns seventeen! years F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agent. I ,

old. his elder brother died, and be was where it It hot all the year roundScott's 138 West Day St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fin,
summoned from the collopo halls to Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada,
prepare for the acUve life that would Emulsion B. \V. W r en n Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah Ga.

be his as hi.* father's successor. till better than any where else W. B. DEN H A M General Superintendent, Savannah Ga. RICE, $4.00 and 3.00 EACH Should be used by Boat: Builder In the U. SIn .

The war of the 'Austrlau! succession In the world. So don't stop takingIt ____ __ __ h.. .__ __ __. __ __.__________ ___ __n_.____ every
s wns being fought, and young Rocbaml In summer, or you will lose Usa by soma of the Principal Boat: Builders In the United states.For .
>filu was soon In the Held as a cornet JOE JRINTINC Sale by .
what have tr ined.
In St. Simon's cavalry regiment lie you
send for a free nmpte.J Jas. Pritchard & Son
1M dashing work In ninny. campaigns: J SCOTT A BOWNE, ChemUt: ,
and finally at Namur In the Low Countries 40 415 Pearl Street. New .York. OF ALL KINDSPRINTINQ 'iriTS'VU.LE' .- FLORIDA. 4
,oe. and |i.Qff' all drexsl.ts
; came bin great opportunity. Hetoi'U ADVOCATE OFFICE. SEE TDK TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMPTEST BOAT DtTILDERS.rl .
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, TITUSV1LLE. SNAPPED MONT' PELEE THE LATEST REPUBLICTrials SDROFULA .fi


N=:S.A.N':: RS'CTER: ::: : :eO'I'EL.:: ,

ON-TUE-IYLIAN-RIVER. and Tribulations of the children Scrofula with all its
> How a Woman Photographedthe I bequeath to my
attendant horrors humiliation and This is
suffering. a
TITUSVILLE Island of Cuba.
West Indian Tragedy. strange legacy to leave to posterity ; a heavy burden to

FLORIDA. place upon the shoulders of the young
disease dwarfs the and hinders
This treacherous
body
STILL FALLING STORY OF ITS INVASION SPAIN 0
WERE
EOT ASHES
-v the growth and development of the faculties, and the
. child born of blood poison, or scrofula-tainted parentage,

J. G. BAST, Proprietor Mr. It. Merrill of New< York eliere. Illitorr of the Gem of the Antlllv is poorly equipped\ for life's duties.
- Her Camera \Vn. the Flr.t Focn.- front. It. Discovery br Columbus t'p Scrofula IS a disease with numerous and varied !
symptoms ; enlarged glands or tumors about the neck
ilulnn and Mont the Present Tln.'b..t ArnerlI -
vil on the nnrnlnix' to
ln.t and armpit! catarrh of the head, weak and dreadful .
rs DUCK SHOOTIN } : eyes -
m Camera I the Good of
six enne'have Done For
Pelee-9aapped Her
I
skin eruptions upon different ports of the body show the
i 1tJ / .,., and FISUINO. Tit...., I the I.lan presence of tubercular or scrofulous matter in the blood. This dangerousand
of has stealthy: disease entrenches itself securely in the system and attacks
This is the personal narrative The Island of Cuba which Just
;._;;:= .:.- ..... "L....,,. *' the bones and tissues, destroys the red corpuscles of the blood!, resulting! in
.. -.:;,.; -=;:- __ Hates: $:MO per day. Mrs II. Merrill of 100 East Seventy- started out under UnciSlIm's auspices
-. -: .? white swelling, a pallid t. waxy appearance of the skin, loss of strength anda
: : : W
New York city who saw the American" republic -
I third street, as) youngest gradual wasting away of the body.S. .
$10 and $12 per week. St. Pierre under Its shroud of ashesthe la associated with the very beginning S. S. combines both purifying and tonic properties, nnd Is gwiran-
day after Slant re lee destroyed It. of American history, snys the teed entirely vegetable! making it the ideal remedy
JACKSONVILLE.IDDYAL says the New York World. Sho tool Philadelphia' Times. Cuba was the nil scrofulous affections. It purifies the deteriorated'
j photographs of tho ruins and the sl'coml-'hhlll.J reached by Columbus on blood, makes it rich and strong and a complete and
mountain still In eruption from the his first transatlantic voyage,. Iff 1492: permanent cure is soon effected. S. S. S. Improves
1. deck of the Koronu:: sister ship of the and It xviis named Ferimmllna lu honor the digestion and assimilation of food restores the
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Uoralma, which latter was burned by of Its discoverer's royal patron Not lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation, bringing a healthy
hot lava In the harbor. The buildings until after tlm death of Columbus, who color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body
the warehouses! and the died with the belief that it was a part Write us about :your case and our physicians will cheerfully: advise' and
of St. Pierre, I of a great continent, was there an Invnslou help you (in every possible way to regain your health Book on blood! : and
Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re docks were still aflame when the photographs -. !I of i ho Island from the neighboring skin diseases free TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta C..
were taken. Lava was flowIng lllspunolii' ( whereIt
Spanish colony of .
novated. ----- -- -- --------
furnished thro conducted . .
Newly gbout. Liberally lit steady streams down the slope wus believed that there were rich

Rates $2.50 per day and up. itto the sea. Mrs. Merrill, notwithstanding mines In c'ulm.\ Tho natives offered
: her dltUeulth s.. fur the hot little reslstiiupo to the armed force sent oTTlS
B. W'.SPERRY, Proprietor.ESTMORELANU ashes were still fulling from Mout to subdue them and l lIon Diego Veinsjues -

Pelee, snapped her camera six time < wn appointed\ governor in 1511.
Mrs. Merrill left New York In the During his rule Velasquez' \ founded
HOTEL 'Vest early spring to visit friends at Bar many towns introduced the systematic 1
1S1SSZSS&+. budos. cultivation of sugar cane and firmly
"I tookR8Ragp. on the Korona. established the slavery of the aborigines ; 1'v
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- which was to have touched at St. a system that was not abolished\ .
ed this season. Fine cooking and Rood/ table. Hot and Cold Water'" Pierre on May 8, the day of the explosion until lottS.::;: when the efforts of Padre -
of :Mont\ IVIoe," she wild. "We Lag On RIM. si-cured the almost uulver "
Baths Elevator eto. Five minutes from wharf Alt"street
any or depot. /1
with lives by a lucky
escaped our sal relensc' of the natives.
oars pass the door. Rates, 2.00 to $2.r per day. chance The ship remained nt 1111rbaI From 1.111: to 1
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. I dos Instead of proceeding according to racked! by VIolMit illmjen-" \ V ti i7 .
schedule to St. I'lerrc, to toke on nn Ions among the Spanish olllclnlti and i
extra cargo of sugnr. When I learned overrun by \pirates of nil nations. The I o
I SEAHRECLII.he < :. this I decided to spend another pll'a s- mast memorable event of tli;,i periodwas
nut duy at Barbados. On the morning/ : the departure from Ilitvanu of I IV
of :May\ 8 we heard Bounds as 1C of terrific Ilernando tlo Suto with! a fleet brought r'I'V ,

Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEAUREEZK,. cannonading. from Spain to accomplish. the conquestof
"In the afternoon I was out with a Florida.
couching pnt.t).. The sky wn suddenly From, 1 UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. TOST. overcast, and it grew darker and darker state of lot harpy* but on June 0, 1702 i
until by 5 o'clock we were In total event occurred which" awoke Spainto V
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the mOAt popular summer resort an
darkness' It wns darker than any of the worth of
In Florida, will be under tho management of Col. C. C. Post during, the some realization
night-absolute' dnrkucHH!', If you cnn Cuba. .\ largo Kiigllnh, squadron' with .
summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold's Orchestra, from New York, comprehend. During\ the nljfht: a flue :!OOOO men. under the Duke of Albe-! V :

will play dally, afternoon and evening. .volcanic dust wns sifted irfjin\ the tIIlll'I('. sucl.lfnly appeared off Havana : s
Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table, and every attention to their clouds and, fell In blinding and choking and laid siege to the town which was '

comfort. Rates, $2 to $2.50 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special! qua nU tll'fI., It la u line, gray, flourlikepowder taken after" stout resistance by the outnumbered : V .r'
rates for families for the seal\l>n. Address, C, C. POST, Seabreeze, Fla. of heavy weight. It Is reallyKood mid' surprised, garrison. From .r'I
for brushing! ) the teeth nod looks this time unlll July. 17IKI: the English, I I If I
-- - -- -- clinreoul.rul.xod
like tooth powder with held time north of Cuba, Imported negro
GOODALL-OLD, SLAUItEEZI'; <:. covered Barbados! arid was
with it. It labor\ shipped| | In much" European merchandise
thick upon the deck of the ship whenwe and gave the first Impetus
soiled tile next morning. which pushed. Culm from her old lethargy
lie Seaside I Inn OLD SEABREEZE, "The sly had cleared, and, although toward the development of her

(DAYTONA) FLA. Captain Carey of the Korona knew latent wealth. In 1703; by the treatyof f k 1
had been volcanic eruption, be
there n Farts which ended tho seven years' I
Opposite Keatlng's New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern did not know It was Mont Pclee. We war Spain received" ) buck the English
hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing lioach In Florida Is now open for h(>'led for St. Pierre, which Iny on our seizures'- In Cuba lly 1801 there was ? r

tbe Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining regular route, to pick up the mails and established!' a utendy. increase of popu .
Boom overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine nnd service. Terms very reasonable take on passengers.!' lation. 5 e
"fifty miles away the dust from About this. time there began u seriesof I5o
JAS. II. JOHNSON .fc SONS.::!
:Mont\ I'elce mtluued to descend, but Ir'isunvflJoiiH on the part of the nn r
Vlnter House: GUAND ATLANTIC, Daytona! Florida. in lighter iiniintitles. !Soon: wu caught: tire Inhabitant!*, which\ showed their ___.__._. ___ __
__on '._ _____ ___ __ __ _ sight of the great cloud of ft en in and / and free I
above the crater of the desire fur greater privileges ___ _______ __m__'____ .._______ ________ _._____. ____._ -___.. --___.. __ ,
\VKST PALM 1JKAC1I. miiokc haiiKlnx dom. In 1S-3' :! there wns a society culled
I volcano. Wu arrived In front of fit "Rolen/ ," bended by one l..'imin.\ It
Pierre In tho morning of May 0. the undo phmn for ini' uprising' which was HAiTSSrE! BROS.
dnj; after the eruption. A thick pull of never accomplished. In I 182! n revolutionary -
he Lean ington WEST PALM BEACU, suioke ntlll hung over the place, and conspiracy" of the "Illnck Ha-
FLORIDA.W. the ruins. were still burning. We entered II'II'R..lnv.ldujt'! many 3rexIJIII111. was Wholesale
the harbor for a closer view and got dlscovereil and crushed. lmi. i414 the '
Bottlers of Wm. J. Lemp
O ERNST, Manager. I I believe, within a half mile of the Insurrectlun of the blacks, who had the
On Lake Worth opposite Postofflce and business bouses. Large verandas.. Iloratmu and the other shipping! that Intention of killing all whiten on the Brewing Company's St.

Strictly first-class. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week. hud !been destroyed."The Island "was remarkable for its completeness Louis Beer Keg Trade Whiskey
In shallow
Itoruluiu .
lying
was of plan The rising In 1851 of
u ___ __ __ water and wail still smoldering Not- !
Narclso Lopez with y( ) men, was a Our Specialty... HouseI.S3C1.O ,
NEW YORK n I living sold was seen about the harbor daring but short lived stroke for! free. . .
!but bodies were floating everywhere dom and It wan not until 1HC8. when I

in the water. When the first the ten yearn'' war for Independence; tO; IQOO "VV"cs't AdaD.s 15tx'oot.a ;: ;.
HE 43th; Street, bet. Broadway and Sixth Avenue, officer of the Korona saw that a ship luxtlguted by the outbreak of the revolution ''
HAMILTON NEW YORK. of his own line had been destroyed and In 8',alii. begnu\ that the cortex. -.A.OXI.SON''V'XLLIiJ.: II'L11.

that most of his brother officers had felt the full force of nn expensive, .. _. .._ ._ ..
A Modern Hotel.. Central and Desirably -- ---- -- - ---- - -- -- ---- ------- -----
Fireproof Apartment
be burst Into tears. Tbe crew
perished draining struggle with n stubborn people
Located. With every Comfort and Convenience. of our. ship and many friends among fighting on from year to year. This OB: A.S. 8 Za V SVtL cSc' C O ,
Furnished and Unfurnished. the dead of the Korulma. revolt cloned In 1878 when promises,
GEORGE; W. MORTON. "Lava was still pouring from the wide such DM representation! in the fpnnlnh. BIT. aiow. H., st., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.

of the nll1l1tllln.llIll I aw a little tortes. which were never kept were
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valley In which" hundreds of people! made by Spnln.,

:i Official Supply\ House of The Illinois Fishermen's Aeauclatlon.I bad lived completely filled with a river In 18!).", the Cubans tired of the broken 4 PULL.XPRESS
of the burning inntttr. The aspect of proinlvcH of their governors and Fu .
the scene was. whitish, end the mountain their inlnlHters In Spain, revolted nguln, u
The ]Net and Twine Co.
Chicago and the town were covered with a as 'resident I'nlnm, the then Insurgent

Manufacturers of- cloak of ashen that looked like snow representative, wrote to WuKhlngton."for [ t EXPRC35
H In the suimhlne, the mime reasons a..those which
"A great cloud) of white vapor stood Inid forced them Into their former i PREPAID PREPAID
F a over the active mouth of the volcano. ." The history of thut war ,
= The denotation was complete and there ytrnggle The slow. ,r i$3$ 40
i* '''tll1 In the memory. $
0 t"I was not a sign of a living thing OK. fur struggle! curried along on limo guerrilla All t, .., ?!J
08 the eye could. reach. I bad been In lines of past yearn., stretched on to the a ,., ... 4"

ooI Martinique before. St. Pierre was a blowing up of the Maine lu Havana I II n' SQtSV _
> bountiful little city, and when 1 remem harbor ro ISIS! the HpuulHh-Auierlcnn,
I lJf'rl'll.how cheerful and bright !it bad wear, the flnn-I treaty of peace and the :
all been the day before I could not help military governorship conducted by the!' : 'J $4 50 / I Z.

I f-o FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Defcrlptlon. n weeping. T"Captain United State Just ended. CmI tt iv
discovered that
Carey soon Since the evacuation of Calm' by i '
I Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc. he could do nothing, and we made our Spain the iitliululHtrutlon. of the Island I2 QtS DELIVERED: rot?
I Originators of Wholesale Prides direct to the Fishermen. way to Fort-do-France; where we arrived by Aim-rlcnn army .olllorrs! has
HI.
79-81-83 E. Indiana St. Chicago, early.ln the I afternoon. Between attained In u couipurathel r short time $12Cl9
..Mention The ADVOCATE! In your letter... $9 -P
I fit. rierre and l'ort-de-France we picked unusual result The entire municipal ;
'
We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association.on'tTake tip six negroes! In dugout.. They government of the cities Blld towns I
laud been Inland and hail escaped to held\ by the American for three years A/le"tt./ farbe. I'alwt Jlrewlnsc1On.:
-- the shore and taken to the cnnoe. bun been reiiiodelifl. Efficient police
When we got within balling distance and barber force hare IJI' n.trltlnl'll {
> They temporarily of them we beard, their cries for help and established. Sanitation, which IF YOU WANT A... \

f) 1 zlls'cure constipation In their French putols. They aid been was formerly In a most primitivestate ------ .-. -'- -
by agitating the burned and had endured much suffer has bw-n modurnUed: and economic
ing. We landed!' them at Fort-de- condition, which were desperate -
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured Intestines'until the liver Frnncc and they were taken to the at the end of thn war have been I. .Building1 Lot I
secretes enough bile to make: the
execute their natural functions. **"Unntl- hospital there. At Fort-de-France we relieved. Crlint has been checked the .. ,
ural agitation,caused by cathartics, |jg| compels took aboard First| OlDcrr Scott and Assistant death rati'" ban been reduced employment '
continual and Increasing doses to I'urser TborapHon of the Itoralmn on public works has aided the .or a lot with a nUIUHXO KEADY! FOIL OCCUPANCY,

attain the results. I) and brought thru to New York. poor, and by the mustering/ out of the LAND FOK AN OKANOK: (JIIOVK,
I The picture. that I took were ob- Cuban army agriculture has received
tamed the"harbor of St. Pierre, and I an impetus which It.had, not had for a PINEAPPLE' PLAN I'ATION TRUCK: GARDEN
acts on the believe that mine was the first camera decade. The church and the state
severed law bav' V'e probably have for sale just what you Ire leeklog.
liver( cures Chills that wa focused< on the scene. have boon juletly ,

and Fever, and every form of been reformud to meet the exigencies/ Settler are flocking la but till there Is room. If yon ar.
C Remitting and Inter- Turkish troop. bar been rioting In of the preMetit. toe school system baa ,
Bilious
Malarial ,
been modernized and rallroada have looking this way,drop a line to
Fevers and by going to the seat of the Macedonia because they did not get .1
miffing been Into working order. '
trouble, works permanent cure. their pay. Tbe sultan Is bard up again 1" put -_- JAS. E. INCRAHAM 3rd Vlc e.Pr .ld.ni:

I FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE. and would' probably like to bar u* The king of Spain will now proceedto / ,. 1LORIDA EAST COAST U'Y, .
end another!" consignment of missionaries -
over show mamma a thing or two abont .
It. It. WILSON & SOX. aa a source of revenue.! running a government ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

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j '?Aoa vES 5 a FISHING AT SEBASTIAN. Robbins & Graham Go EL._ RR.4: ,: _:r::;_ & :aeO-..,-

''f. I The firm of T. B. Hicks & Co Sebastian -DEALERS IN-
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, }'la.l Is composed of T.I3Hlcksand (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
E. II. Sejnbler both of whom active ,
!i 41 West Bay Street, are PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.
and successful business men. Mr. Hicks We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agenta for MAPES FERTILIXKKS
rr JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA before engaging in ilshlag followed the This company own We deal exclusively la the above line of good and solicit the trade of all conten'.
:h Largest stock In this section of country. trade of a machinist and Is a practical ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
r' Established In 18C8. engineer, which has been of service at L. A N .:O S.. E. L. BRADY; & BRO TIXUSVILLE: FLA.
times. Ills first experience In the fish ,
r Bend for descriptive catalogue. business was with the firm of J. J. Tucker In the Indian River Country; On the St. --
i j
,;''i f \', & Co., at Tltusvllle, Fla., Mr. Hicks Lucle River. ; at New River and on Bay S. W. CARROLL
,
tbe They dissolved -
representing company.
:
: ..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,." At the present day, authorities on skin the business on mutual agreement, Biscayne. Prices to suit \the times. ,
\ diseases concede and have demonstrated and Mr. Hicks conducted a fish business Send for Land Llat. -Dealer In- I
that skin disease of every nature are under his own name for one year and
Brewing Asso's.Famous caused by tnlcroBoopIo germs b ace 111 I, then formed the firm of T. B. Hicks A Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND .VEGETABLES,

bacteria, rnlorosyms or other forms of Co., by taking Mr. Sembler In the firm, .
Glass and Tinware. -, Tour Patronage Solicited.
.,.::1 St. Louie Keg and Hot- animal decomposition. Hancock's Liquid who'went to Florida for his health. The GEO. M. BOBBINS. F. A. :MORO: l'l'' Crockery,
i I tied hear Sulphur arrests animal decomposition In firm are doing a wholesale fish businessIn President. Actuary TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
every form, and Is an absolute destroyerof all kinds of salt and fresh water rlgu, .. '
; "' ::
,( Bold by Me..rg...A. Lonl y and all germs; In such diseases. as Eczema, making a specialty of pompano, which BreYard Abstract of Titlo Co,

y K. L Motlow TltiKTllIe.Fla. SaltRheura. Tetter, Acne, Pimples Ringworm they handle on a large scale, shipping I INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
Dlptlieila, Sore Throat anti them to all of the WILL FURNISRAbstracts
By Mr. K, L.Motlow,Cocoa,rla.I Open parts country. They .
Sore8.For are well known to tbe trade for their fair of Title TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .
I ;, Sale by J. B. 8CREVEN dealing, and as a result they have built I '
JOSEPH ZAPF druggist, -COR LANDS IN- prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
up a satisfactory business. which lit
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. growing very every year. The 'firm, are pro Brevard County. paid Backing for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.T. .

Sole Agent. ducers of fish. They own and control a T. WETMORE, Proprietor.Whaler's .
Office under Law Office of
number of boats
fishing and and
camps, -
CHAIRMAN -
010 to 020 West Bay Street, TO DEMOCRATS. are looking for new customers to ship OEO. M." ROBBINS,
-' stock to. The orders are filled under the TITUSVILLE, FLA.
I I I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. FELLOW DEMOCRATS: personal attention of Mr. Hicks
insuring satisfactions Give them trial
Store.
a
-- -- The notice Jewelry
has
following been
given when In need of stock they; handle.-New
every member of the various precinct East Coast Meat'MarketO. .
York Fishing. Gazette
I L TOGNl'S. subcommittees in and for Brevard

RETREAT county: During tho.summer kidney Irregularities F. liUREN, Agent. Silverware
DJCAB Sni -The chairman
: (>>r first Watched Clocks] Jewelry Etc.
named member of your subcommittee) are often causes by excessive drinking 13: 23 ,
or in the event of his not being a qualified / or being overheated, Attend to (be cta 0n :::
Choice kidneys at'onoo using Poley's" *..=." -. '
by _
elector, the next member In order, Kidney* a SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
IVVlnes Liquors that is qlulI.fled, is hereby requested to Cure. Sold by B. R. Wilson.* Son. pa;

I : and Cigars.Guaranteed open In your precinct on, the 12th, 13th o-::: and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.

r and 14th days of June, A. D. 11XU, a JUDGE JONESKLONDYKE. 11 a JSir Mall Orders will receive prompt and careful nTITUSVILLE.
Pure. book suitable for the registration of all 1 .
-
I democrats that may come under the fol- -- ,
: 'John B. Togni, lowing rule: 'Provided, that the Supervisor The Indian River country, from the FLORIDA

of Registration/( for each county, or, very beginning of the orange Industry '! -
,._
7d .. ,
i
No. 103 East the State, has been noted for its beautiful y --------- ---------- ---- --- ------ -
., Bay Street, Corner Ocean. In the event of his refusal, then some __ C'-'
Near i he old stand.JApKSONVILLK person designated by the Bounty committee groves and superior quality of fruit. =- e'o
i Judge Minor S. Jones, one of the early rte. .-y
: shall registration books and
open ;
:, Fr.OIUDA.I .. In bTITUSVILLE Attention!
settlers of the has been for
\\I keep the same open for the registration county, years Special
>----- -- of voters In each election district on the I an orange fancier. During the freeze FLORIDA.
12th, 13th and 14th days of June A. D. period be lose many trees. Soon after
I i : East End Cafe. 1002, and shall register In said book, the last bard fieeze he began looking GIVEN TO :MAIL: ORDERS FOR-
any white democratic person applyingwho around for a location where oranges '4 IIr
Is entitled under the State::! election could be grown without danger of being Hardware Tinware Crockery Glassware
WM. J. HOBAN, Prop'r.Wines laws to be registered. ; and persons 101'e"Iltel'ad lost by cold. lIe finally seleo-ed a rich ,
piece of hammock: land,eleven miles west
shall
for
the
of bald
Liquors. and Cigars. election ba deemed purpose to be lawfully primary from Quay, a station. on the Florida East. Harness and Stoves.

I AIUJAUSEU-JBV8CH' BEEUt A SPECIALTf. registered.'" Const it it!I way. Three years aga be commenced &B 3*

This action l I. made necessary by the planting orange/ trees on bis new *. k jCP; Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.
'Out'of town orders given prompt atten- refusal of location. He now has 2,000 orange trees,
our county registration officerto and expects to gather, next season, from
1 ,1 tion. Jug trade a specialty open the book The person herein 500 to POD boxes of the real Indian River Jas. Pritchard c& Son.
requested to act as local registration of-
? fruit. lIe has already contracted 500
H y-FURNISHED; ROOMS leer will be paid a reasonable !compensation boxes The
at fancy price. grove bas -
to the County Executive Committee. Postoffice Box 212,
made a most rapid growth, and
i' Qor. Bay and Catherine Stg every
It la not the time
i proper nor have we
tree Is a thing of beauty. From large .
a
l !''. :Jacksonville Florida the Inclination to dispute over the matterof contribution from his own pooketi and; TituzV111e, F'IOSid.Pineapple&: ..

( the legality of this registration. The some help from tbe county road fund, a
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Ill 9 same forces that changed the time
/good wagon roap has been constructedfrom
,)[uson's Fruit Jars. honored two-thirds rule to a majority Quay to his place. Judge Jones la .-v.- -,.'
rule at the hint Fort
t would must likely defeat Pierce the convention primary If also something: of a stock fancier, and If Your House Goes in' Smoke
PINTS; GO cents per dozen. could. now has on his place a number of hogs/: up '
they that would make a Illinois pork JJ'ower'seyos
a QUARTS OScts( The State Democratic Executive Com- turn green with envy*-Homoseeker. and you loose everything
dozen.
E per mittee has a perfect right to say who
( it Is your own fault.
its
shall vote In this primary, and we can
,;;, U *\k GAL (00{ ots. per dozen. make no ml.tll.ke-for which we- are responsible HANCOCK'S LIQUID SIJLPIItJR cures :HTMx-o Xn.s-u.ran.oo.:
f ,",. ( -If we f llovr their lend. This Pilckly lIe.1I111 one application, at J. sufficient to'cover the value of the prop. We solicit consignments oC all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables! and
i democratic affair. B. Soroven's drug store. erty and household effects should be car
1:", tl O. '1'. BUNTING i Produce. All) shipments receive ,our personal attention. Returns -
V. ,
No ono has a higher regard for the re. I tied. Kates are not high.; The companies
made day of sale. Stencil or rubber stamp on applioatloo.'SOOeJE .
;fL 1654 Furniture., publican and Independent citizenship of SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. we represent are solvent, reliable and lib-
I. l! ) St. Augustine, Florida.! our county than have we but this Is a eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
: party measure,the nomination of a ticket, Don't neglect to take out a policy. .
The Board met Monday> morning June : : aZ :B"tTGeES: :: _
.J ,
and we beg J the Indulgence of our republican SCHU\'LER & 3KANN1NG
::1 1 friends wlille we conduct this our 2nd, lUi'H.\ Present, J. M. Dixon chair .
I own way. No one would suppose for an man; R. N. Andrews"" and K. E. Mlmn, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 21 ROANOKE DOCKNORFOLK:, VIRGINIA.
I:f rl' Instant of time that the republican party secretary. The minutes of last' meeting Correspondence Invited.
In the great state of Ohio would let a loc were read.l and approved.
;, of democrats participate la their primary I The Treasurer's report for the monthof ESTABLISHED!: 187U,1. .

and It ID u poor ruts that wall: not May, 1802, was received, read, found \II1111 r
wont both correct, and redeemed warrant. duly ,
t; urge waja.W our democratic friends to checked und cancelled. M. Lane & Son
name the memUuis of their new county John O. Simmons, of Bovine, was appointed ,
,, 1864 7 executive committee without delay. It Supervisor of the school' at that
'I' / Is that the place
Important people have an
250 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
""IUI executive oomnrHtee In sympathy with Tho School Trustees of Districts Nos. w uotudN \ ,
what they believe to be their rights and 1 and 2, met with the Board, and pre SFWIm CENNE I

.. .' '. .' needs pared their itemized estimates for the Southern Fruit and Produce
I, \ .y...:." """"':.-r>} We hope to see a lively Interest takenIn coming/ adjourned
: '
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,10 '.1") r/\. ...... ..,' '.:':\,,,;,':.,'. fills. primary. The Board to meet' Monday
IJ. ,'. ,. :: : 't:". .-'....,.' W. I.. lltTOHLteTT: morning July 7th, 1002.FOUCUTHBURNS : .
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.I" .....".....- Ch'r'n. Co. Dem. Ex. Com. COw: :::+.::-r:: ,.3.asiOZ .' H Cero'h: .R.TI.: .to.
WITH THE NEW YEAH Cocoa, Fla., June Oth, 11)1)2.) ) AND OPEN SORES
J I 1 open upon of my bottles use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur: at J. B. 0 1 SPECIALTIES I ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Cards and eur

>.) ,OLD WINE OR WHISKEY Screven'a drug store.WEATHE /'I' I1
THE NEGRO PROBLEM.
I furnished
quotations on application.
1 and drink to the health and prosperity of

j I\ friends and self during the year. REPORT.
191I1 These goods. are pure and wholesome. "lTF.R PARK, FLA., June 0, 1 J)0.\) ; We are agents for the above Sewing

"I flavor.Unexcelled for tidiness. strength and 'dllor.Fart Coast l Ailrpcate" By Rev. Jas. H. White, observer for Machine, and keep a full line of the dif J. H. OETGEN. .WILL H. OEIGKir. ED. OETOKNJOETGE1T

,1) Right for health and/hospitality. The Troblem of the Negro In the Weather Bureau, U. S. Government. I ferent styles on hand.
South," was the commencement orationof BUMYIAirr FOR MAY, 1903.! & OBTGBXT'
.h ;J I ROUT. I.. MOTLOW, JOHN R. WALKER ,& CO.. ,
Mr. Wood Robert Stewart, a the () ) ,
I 'TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLA. young Highest temperature on 2th. 02.5 .
)
Tltusvllle, Flo lda.
Alabamian nt Rollins Colle e. For a Lowost" 3rd. 43.0 ____ 211ft: 25; EAST ADAMS ST.... JAfrKSASVIM.1t-VT.A-;. I
young man, Mr. Stewart's re llzatlouof Mean for the month,. .. .i.. Tti.9 n o.-----------------n- .
. L. A. Hildreth the problem which confronts the South Average mean for 81 yenrs . 71.8 Bros.EAU We Solicit Consignments of all ; of
,. U remarkable. Not viewing the question i Highest "'D 1 1884. 79.3 Hodgson .
from the standpoint of a philanthropist Lowest '" "In! 1803! 75.1))
Fruits Produce
Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Brands I' Vegetables Poultry Eggs Salt Fish & Roe
of another section, but seeing Rainfall In inches r. . .. . 1.SS> GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. ,
...of... through the eyes of a young man who Average for 25 years. . .. ... S.ft:! .. Marine Railway. The above
goods are our specialties. We all and
give shipments
bas grown up among these condition Greatest ". Ini$00..l1.r18Least our prompt
Rum Brandies Whiskeys Gins He did not turn from the problem because ". u In 800.. .. 0.73 General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. personal attention. Wo do not handle these good as a side line, but give them
all of
It wan disagreeable, or from the Prevailing direction of wind.. .. SE ..Special Facilities.. our attention, and guarantee shippers best returns! honest dealings; and
,. Wines, Bottled Ales, )Boer and Stout. task because It wasarduoua. With commendable Number of clear days . '., 20! Give quick remittance. Best reference on application. Tags and stencils are free.
j The beet whiskey and liquors served by earnestness lie engaged; the "fair . . . 11 For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing us a trial.

polite and courteous attention.A hard problem which Is given to the best "cloudy" .. .'V. 0 Yachts and Launches.
young/ men of the South to settle, and .. "days with rain. .. ... \a
first clans line of foreign which demands their talents as a sacred Island Home Mention the jk DVOCATB when writing.,

1 and domestic cigars. obligation.In Merrltts Inland, Fla. F. IRvih.lr.aan & Co.
a graphic manner Mr. Stewart pictured Two Fine Lots For Sale. ,

i FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited the transition of the large masses No good health unless the kidneys are
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r Prompt and careful attention givento of negroes from life on plantation to sound. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the Two fine I0-aare lots lying on Indian FLORIDA

mall orders, accompanied by cash.L. the responsibility of self support. Many kidneys right Sold by Wilson A Sun.THE'CLYDE River, 3 miles south of Fort l>Pierce on a
laves returned to work for their masters. good shell road. Each lot has 300 feet

A. IIILDRETU, Many became demoralized, but adjusted : river frontage. High"" bluff covered with :
FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. themselves somehqw. A great evil which LINE. : palms and hardwood timber. Good for PI II E PPLES:
accompanied l tills attempt to settle down oranges, grapefruit, tangerines/ and pine
t was tbe drifting of negroes Into towns' Commencing Tuesday, June 3rd, 1002 apples. No better location on the river
; JAMES A. FLOOft, where living was easy and many were the service on the St. Johns River will at any price. $1,000.00 for each lot. A SPECIALTY.
: content to spend their lives In Idleness be performed by the steamer Louise C. T. MCCARTY,
; Formerly of New York CltyX and vice. In contrast to this unprofitable Capt. C. U. Itrnck Is appointed to sail Ankona, Fla. New :York Agents for Florida Fancy Pineapple Association
Regular Licensed Master life of the negro loafer he pictured as follows t Leave foot Catherine street,

1 Plumber, the contentment of the fiehI-hand, happy Jacksonville, Tuesdays and Saturdays at Clyde'Steamship Line.
In his work In the cotton field, and singIng 15:00: p. m. Leave Sanford Mondays and 261 Washington St J NEW YORK.

With the very best experiences of over as he returned to' his cabin In the Thursdays at 5:00: a. m. Elegant passenger Tickets and reservations via the Clyde 93 Murray\ Street. ) N.Y.OLI .

t"ent'Iear. on all kinds of the most approved evening hours. The negro finds his / accommodations. Service strictly Steamship Line can be secured of Chas.H. .
sanitary methods of plumbing, province In labor In which he thrives and first-class. Walton, at the ADVOCATE: office, Tl-
has opened a lirit-claas shop on Beach Is content.Mr. tusville,
street, south of opera house, where I am Stewart believes that religion with A Key \V..' Man Sells HU New York Home :' 7IT ::seO T: 2ER: S.
prepared to furnish and install the veryatest morality as Its handmaid, and education ,
and most approved system of sanitary are the two forces which must work out. "An\ ADVOCATB correspondent In New Land For Sale.
plumbing, drainage and>entllatlng. the solution of the problem.Mr. I York,writes us to the effect that ThomasL. -
together with all kinds. of the very best Stewart entered Rollins In the fall Reynolds Co. have sold for E. H. 17>, acres first-class pineapple land, Produce Commission Merchants.
sanitary plumbing fixtures of the best of '18, and takes the degree of Bachelor 'Gato, of Key West Fla' .. to M. S. Chap- desirable front, on St. Lucie river, at a
manufacture, with the very latest sanitary of Arts this year. He. was president of pelle, the throe-story dwelling No. 100 bargain. For reasonable terms write,
requirements; all kinds direct and I I the Delphic Debating: Society and editorof West 120th street. The price was$23,000. W. W. LrcB,
Indirect, hot water and steam beating; the Sand-Spur during his senior year. Mr. Chsppelle is now with a big champagne Tibbals, Fla. Florida Pines Our Specialty.
laundry drying rooms fitted. All work While at Rollins he acquired such a bouse. lie gained publicity recently -
will receive promptjand personal attention knowledge of Spanish as to be a very through a suit brought against Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, t
and done at the very lowest terms. facile Spanish conversationalist. We are him by Oeo. A. Kessler, compel him to -
Estimates cheerfully furnished. Telephone glad to wish all success and usefulnessto accept f40.()()(>a year for expenses: In open Pressed and Repaired. Ladles'dressesa 335 Washington
64, Daytona,' Fla. young men who do not shrink: from Ing the Kessler brand of champagne. specialty. Address, Street

attacking such problems. SAM: PEBKUTS, ',- NEW '
rr- Reading notice ads. on this page Yours truly BUY YOUR LUMBER AT DUPONT Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, YORK.

are live cents per line per week. F. P. E. A Jliddleton's, and save.frelghts. r. O. Box :233. Sanford, Fla. References: Our 33: year record. Chatham yatloiial Bank, New York.






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