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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 20, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LOCAL NEWS -Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page; 8. SAM\ PERKINS, Sanford Is Dyeing. Till: LAnGE lUtlCK STOItK. THE FOURTH OF JULY. AMONG THE HOTELS,

Judge M. S. Jones left here, Sunday, -Mr. Jess English has been appointed -
And Topics of General Interest. for Tampa, manager of Mrs. 1<;. r.. Price's fish business Special Sale, Monday, Juno Iii, We are In receipt of neatly gotten up

-Mr. Andrew Froscher returned froma ; Mr. O. S. Worley resigned. at .T. K. Walker & Co's. TITOSYILLE WILL CELEBRATE. menu from Mnn.tgorS.: H. Peek, of the

THE ADVOCATE, trip to !Stuart: on Wednesday.Capt. -Miss Lelah Watts, of Lake'City, Is Bilghton White Duck, well worth 13 r New Arlington, Petoskey, Mloh.

( $1.50 per annum, In advance BenJ. Hogg; of Fort Pierce, Is expected to arrive next Monday for a cents per yard; only 10 cents. Mr. J. IX }Price one ot the managers
$1.00 six months, '. now making his headquarters at Miami. visit with her undo and aunt, Mr. and Pln.ua, warp welt, price :23 l cents per ) of Hotel Ormond. Ormond, ))0'11and Mr.
the\
', $2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Mrs. S (Vanlandingham.. yard(only 12f cents. & r.. n. Blnghnni, chief clerk, have left
Candidates for office, will oblige by New York for the Mount Pleasant house,
When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE -Mr. J. T. Bnell, of Eau Gallle, Is a Lawns, Dlmltlex, Organdies, etc., etc.,
sending In $5: with their announcement. White Mountains, for the summer.
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25: cent oil of regular rises.
by the year, It does not cost you candidate for County "ommliisloner of per
three cents per week, postage included. S3T" Filter tubes are now for sale at the Third District, and his announcement White Bad. :Spreads: full size; the $1.00 The big Hotel Victory Put-in-Bay Island -

Note date of expiration printed upon this office, price 2lets; postage extra. will be found on our 4th page. quality at 77 cents; the $1.SO quality at 0., opened for the summer season
1)1)) cents; the $:-J.23 quality at $1.71). and Manager MoCreary predicts -
,your paper or wrapper every week. Thin -Tax Collector E. W. Hall returned -Mr. It. B. Stuart, one of the candidates Apron checks, Amo kong, this sale 5 yesterday a big, season. During the pant several
Is a receipt for your money. No need hero on Monday from a trip down Indian, for the office of tax assessor, arrived cents per yard. months lift has booked a uumbnr'ot
\. for us to lend receipt for subscription. River. In Tltusville yesterday, and Is Dixie MoHqulto\ Canopies, only 200. conventions.

The date glees It to you. -Attorney F. J. Webb returned here, around town to-day, shaking hands with An all Mahogany Library table. hand.

Tuesday, after spending a few days with his many friends. comely polished, cheap at :.10.00: ); this i I W.. H. Ormos, late manager; of the
mr: Reading! notice ads. are ten cents friends down Indian River. What boa become of Ankonaand. sale only $:J4.73.Porch Raleigh, Broadway Central, New RoyalPalace York
per line on this page.: Jensen ? Rockers, fa.ni and $J,7S, .a fine has been engaged by Pike of the
correspondents some
-Mis. J. II. Pope, of Miami, la' ex. Surely bargain Atlantic City as room clerk lie
Cuba will\ find resident takes uulliclont Interest In his :
-Visitors to Havana, ,
pected In Tllusvllle the last of this month An oak' Hall with mlrrow, worth was a foinier fclerk at the Royal Polncl-
week at the send the half-a dozan Back
the ADVOCATE on file town to ADVOCATE
American Club.IIANCOCK'S every ro visit her parents Mr. end Mrs. S. O.Vanlandingham. Items every week. $10.r;> ; thin sale, M (10 ana, Palm Beach, Fla.

NOTE CAKEHULLY-Stamhud, New Manager; Jon. P. Vlnlnp, of the Grey-
LIQUID SULPHUR cures -Mr. II. F. Cary Florida passenger CALL AT F. TAYLOR'S\ PIlOl'O- Hom. and other make of Sewing !Machines \ Ink hotel, Wllllamstown Mass., was In

all blond and skin diseases. For sale by Agent; of the. Southern: Railway, has sent graphic Gallery, Tltusville, and nee at t'Igbt\ prices fur canh. LOWER New York n few days, recently, and In
t J. B.Screven, druggist, Titusvill, Fla. us some neatly gotten'up illustrated his samples of Pliotftgiaphs, Picture: PRICES than agents Rive on time and convetsatlon with an AUVOOATM representative
\ Frames, Enlargements and Mouldings.\ ( SAME: TERMS. KKKP\ YOUR MONEY PROGRAMME. said his hotel Already do-
-Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wilson, of St. folders of scenery In North Carolina, was
Augustine, are guests of the Indian River which may be seen in this office. Always something new. AT HOME. SHE US IU FORE BUYING TUB HAt.I.OON AMCKNKIO.y.: ing a first-class business.We .

hotel at this place, where they, expect -We retain thanks to Mr.\ J. P. Saw- John Houston, of Eau Gnllla A HEWING beautiful MACHINES.Vernls Martin!: : gold and It will be a great sight to view( the understand Mr. Win. 1(. Warburton

'. to remain some time; telle, of Ilardeville, for a present of some has been in timbers town several and days other this week needed I green table well worth fO.IJQ); Monday Immense balloon make Its ascension In manager of' tho Hathaway Inn, Deal
-Mrs. A. Treutler one of Eau Oallle's luscious peaches from his orchard. The fixing new ) doing only $7.2.(!: Tltusvllle on the afternoon of July -I th. Beach N. J., is already doing a good

large property owners, passed through trees he obtained from Giifnng Bros., work/ Nottlo on,the'. steamer Canaveral, whichIs A lovely brass table, worth fl.: .SO at One of the bust aeronauts in the United) summer business. Mr. Warburton Is
here, Monday, en route to Chicago to and are a little over two years old. on ways. (i2.HO\ this sale. States will ascend I In the car attached to well known to the ADVOCATB, and "e

spend the summer with relatives.Mr. -Sheriff Jos. 1'. Brown accompanied -Mr. Arthur Lapham, a prominent A :3 J piece oak lied Room Snit at the this mammoth balloon, which has been wish him every success' In his now 'ven
resident of Cocoa wan a on engaged at a coat of 4.200.00.: () The> balloon ture.
passenger low price of $1.1.75.: _
his wife and Soabreeze Sunday
fish to
O. S. AVorley has opened a baby on -
yesterday's northbound train, en routeto Oo-CartH $10.00 $12.00:! 11.00() $10.00( ) will ascend from the grounds of the fine
business in Tltusvllle, and has his headquarters returning here on Monday. Mrs. The Hamilton Is the name of a ,
In the old Capt. Joe Smith restaurant Brown and baby will' remain at the Clar- Daytona, to look after his business and $;.11.00; ilown-to-date, In style and Indian Klver hotel, and there will boa up-to-date, high,class hotel at White
Interests In the Fountain parachute jump of S.OiM)( feet by 1'rof.
building on the wharf. endon Inn for a while. City. finish Springs, F a., built by Mr. John S. Bowen -
Co. Mon. DeComa, the aeronaut who has had 17
Remember J. R. Walker Plaolde betel
former of the
The Indian River Band one of -Judge D. L. Oaulden/nfter spending -Miss Grace Ready one of the teach leaders : year.' successful experience In parachute a manager
gave the day Juno :'Jllrd.: We lead the Jacksonville. This hotel will
In Fort Pierce school the open
last over a week with his family at DeLand, ers past lumping. Mr. McFarland signed the ,
their
delightful open-air concerts I I who had been Mr. and low prices. Satisfaction guaranteed.Polite for Its first season on Tuesday, July laS,
season visiting
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evening, on the band stand, In front of returned here on Tuesday. Mrs. Gaulden and courteous attention. Come contract in Jacksonville, this week with
the 9f tbt owner
under
management
Mrs. L. W. Halle In for few
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been ill but her friends TItusville a the balloon 1'rof. Ieaoma
the Indian River hotel, Tltusville.Capt. has quite many and bring the baby, the owner of ,
are much pleased to learn she Is on the days left, on Monday, for her home In Mr Bowen,
took Yours to serve, TUB RECATrA.The : .
Fred Sooble Illinois
a jolly party
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rapid road to recovery.Mr. J. R. WALKtilt ft CO.TUusvllIe Mr. Charles Crolghton, a former welt-
out on the liver for a sail, Monday even- nelClttlwill be open to all Bah
Ing, In his yawl, the Merle S. Those on E. L. Brady left here, Sunday, -Mr. Will A. Varty, .a former popular Kla., boats on the East Coast, and theorizes known room tilerk at-Hotel Indian River
board worn Mr and Mrs. L. W. Halle for Atlanta, On., to join his wife. After young journalist who U favorably knownto and regulations are as follows t Kookledgo, Fin; and at Hotel. Buckingham -
Mr. and:Hr .' A. K. Wilson' Mrs R. 0. spending about a the above city, many along the East Coast from Jacksonville St. Augustine, Is now stopping'
weelc.Jn CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY First prh..e-Pur of $:10.00, to bout
he Toikand ''raketheatres to Miami, Is now a resident of the Herald Square:! hotel for n while, be-
and the to
Scrlmgeour.'Rev/a. FsnllQute expects: go
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_."Vt (ht.t'r0' and other multitudinWe Havana, Cuba, and he tells the Anvo- OFFICES. making the best corrected time. fore going to the Clarendon hotel, Saratoga
genial Captain. 'f.'t. pAT he will give his friends a glad weir! Second prize-I'urse of $20.00'to: boat Springs N. Y., which la managedby
-Mr. II. T. Whaler of Miami, was In ouyehteftth'iptate: : f'ax43ot t.ry: dome slfould.theyvisit, lIavs na. Up to this date the following candl- making the second host corrected time. Messrs.. Palmer !McDowell. !Mr. ,
town a few days the first of the week, acknowledge recelpVoiT" hef 761. dates are In the Held' for county olllces, Third Pl're-I'ur!:: of $10.00, to boat Crelghton Is an all-round good: fellow
-Mr. II. T. Whaler Improvements
looking after his jewelry Interest here, lowing Invitation, with many thanks: having{ dome and wo want to draw tint attention of making the third bURt corrected time. and has a host of friends both north antsouth.
and Installing his new manager, Mr. O. The citizens of Arcadia request the made I In his jew tlry stole InTltusville the voters of Brovard to their announcements Open to all Huh boats up to !ij: feet, .
L.Mandaville, of Miami, Mr. D. S. Porter 'honor of your presence at the giand! celebration In the tine of slanting plat our 4th carrying working sails only lug main
on
having gone to Jacksonville, to opena and barbecue, in Arcadia, July form In his show window, and Is havIng pngetFOK still with 11\11\ It. Boats restricted to work- Ever since the curly spring an array of
jewelry and watch repairing business 4, 1002.:! John L. Jones Walter Graham, a portion of the room partitioned TUB I.JWIIILATUJUC. Injteiowof two men. Time allowance workmen has been busy In the Long
on his own account. committee.Dr. ." after which he will,\ have, Itall neatly Wade H. Jones, Tltusvllle. 0 seconds to the foot par nrlle. Racecourse .Beach hotel, and many Improvements
papered and will double hIs present W. H. IIlcFluhod.It 'lltusvllle triangular cotirro, 12 have been made there. An entirely newkitchen
-Mr. J. B. Folsom, of New York, has J. B. Screveo and family left stock of lewelry inlUis. Entrance fee of $:l.OO to b. sent has been built and throughoutthe
been the guest of the Indian River hotel, here Saturday last, for Miami where be rolrltAiLIIOADCnMitaeiONaR. to E. 11. Wager, Tltusvllle.STIIRRT I house everything looks new and
Tltusvllle, for several days. lIe says he will permanently reside. Dr. icreven -Our New York correspondent. HUTS R. Hudson Burr, Little River.; fresh. As soon as the title cf the property ,
Is tired of the winters In New York, and has moved all his stock of drugs and that Mr. George 5ipf, owner .f the Som- FAIH OH MIDWAY/ Is clear the finest seaside hotel In'
Is looking fora suitable place where he fancy articles. and will open a drug store Inole Hotel, at Went Palm Beach, Fla., TAX ASHKSNOII.: This will be located just! west of the the world will be built st Lung Beach,
and his wife and children can make their In the thriving metropolis of Dado coun was knocked down by a piano wagon at R. B. Stewart, Brantley. nosh: wing of the Indian River hotel, the and A. K. Dick, of the Tampa Bay hotel
future home on the East Coast. He left ty. The best wishes of his numerous Broadway at Seventeenth street and sustained J. F. Woolen, Cocoa. Midway opening,: on Hutchtnson avenue, will bs Its proprietor,
for Seabreeze yesterday.Mr. friends in this section follow the Doctor fractureof the left wrist and twq at the Baud stand.
) and his family. ribs, on. Tuesday. While he antlers a TAX Cor.MSCTOR. On the north side of the Midway will The United States hotel Saratoga, N.
, W. ft. McFarland has returned deal of pain, the doctor say the accident E. W. Hall. Tltusvllle. be the :Turkish tent at which cnn be Y., Is now open for business with Gage
here from his trip down the river lie -County Commissioner R. A. Conk. Is not dungoiuus. 1'. A. McMillan, Eau Oallle. procured delicious aelia-a ring cake being and Perry at the lielm. Fred. C. King
brought back; two young pelicans with ling;, of Tlllman, was a passenger on the the feature. of Royal I""llncllnlhotel."" Piilm Hesch
him, which may be seen at the Indian northbound train, Monday, en route to Writing us from Canal street New COUNTY TltKAKUJIKIC. Next to this Is the Fish 1'ond. A flvo- lI'llwill hypnotize applicants s* usual;
Mr.\ McFarland left for Ooalu to attend} the meeting of the Orleans, J. F. II. Abbott : "I quite John Tltusvllle. aid In
River hotel. with the Even henry, cent bait cn'chusn' nah every time. and A. D, Gushing<< will "racking
r Jacksonville\ on Sunday afternoon baying Florida County Commlssloneis' Association econlums agree people of In their John II. Wynn, Fort Pierce.'rtoaKCUTINO Then comes the Mexican tent, at which 'em up" with naittness, BOIl despatch.
of
the effect that which has been In session this praise for the ADVOCATE, lUboucic will
received a telegram to hot tamalusand toothsome delicacies own Paul V. Itoux and E. H.
his son, Will, bad broken his arm. week. lIe went Instead of County Commissioner for It certainly Is one of the most newsy / ATT JlNKY.. be had. officiate\ at the cashier's desk; W M.
J. R. Walker who could not and up-to date woeldjr newspapers InFloilda. F. J. Webb, Tltusvllle.O. A. O. Coleman and C. Sherman
end of the the Gage
. At the Midway ,
-Mr. Goo. M. Robbins was In Tampa It Is credit ,
a to the East Coast A. Frost I 'Ofp.y
attend of business.Mr. ,
a couple of days or so this week, attend owing to a rush and should receive good support from tent. Here you can take a will be the mall clerks; and C. E. Hart-

ing to a law case before Judge Minor S. W. O. Syromes, brother of the merchants and other residents. I hopeto Flab AND AMK WAHDKJf.K. : ahead, and learn what the future has In well, private bookkeepoiv

Jones, In connection with the wet and late Mr. S. B. Symmes, whose death and be able to so tIll my affairs that I may A. Harden Sebastian.OUXrV store for you. The Tampa Bay Hotel propertr.at
dry election in Volusia. Mr. Bobbins burial at Courtenay was announced In become a pineapple grower ere long." Coming down the oust side) of the Midway Tampa, Fla., Including all
was engaged by Daytona people to represent lane week's ADVOCATE, oame up to townon ( COMMIVHIOXRIIft. we enter the rake tent. Your experience furniture and grounds. been sold to
o them in bringing a mandamus Tuesday, to administer to the estate Senator Wilkinson Call arrived John R. Walker, Tltusvllle. must not be told to your friends. J, Taylor Scott, of ) Ala ,
against the Volusia County Commissioners of bill deceased brother before Judge A. In Tltusville yesterday, from Key West O. F. Duren, Let them pay for what they find out. representing New York IIntll"hllaclelphlloapltall.ta. \
to compel them to call an election on D. Penney. Mr. Symmes hails from and Miami, and registered at the indian J. R. Mlut. Indianola. Next you can cool off at the Ice Cream 'rho hotel will be open all

the wet and dry petition previously pre- Pepperell, !Mass.. and he was accompanied River hotel. Ha states that he will be .a R. A. Conk ling, Tlllrnan. tent, and you will be fresli to try your too year round, M r, Hcutt and his sons
sented to the Commissioners.Capt. to Titnsvilla by Messrs. John H, and candidate for tint United States Senate, J. '1'. Snoll, Eau Oallle. luck at the Grub-bag; and test your moving to Tamp permanently. The
M. S.: Same, two prominent orange growers '. at the general election next fall, notwithstanding John C, Jones Quay. Judgment by guessing the 1'rlzo Bean' other Plant System hotels are not Included
R. P. Paddison, father of Mr*. of Courtenay.Mr. the fact that the State Committee H. I. Klopp Fort I'leice. 1'uzEle ab the next tent. In the deal' but Scot A Sons: have
Oeo. M. Kobylns, and a former popularand has ruled him out for noncompliancewith J, I''. Bell, White City. You will then be ready to vote at the bought all the,Plant System: lauds in the
prominent resident! of this town, \ Ernest Allen, a former popular the requirements of the coming/ Primary Election, which will lie bold I at of Florida. The syndicate Is allied
who now resides Point Caawell, N. C., manager of the Casino, Palm Beach but primary, to be held on July 15th. The the end tent.oppoll Ie the band stand. State: the Plant and the Psnnsyl-
.arrl Ted In Tltitsvllle yesterday afternoon, now the athletic director of the Lake Senator addressed the people of Titus A NEW BANK FOR MIAMI. with System
ruse TOUHXAHKMr.TIi Railroad.'l'ake .
and gave us a pleasant call Master Placlde Club, Mornlngslda, N. Y., was vlllo from the veranda of the Taylor vanl
Richard Rubbing, who has been visiting met by an ADVOCATK representative, a house on Hurolilnson avenue last night.He Reports are current that Miami to tournament will be of considerable note of the.11,of Hotel Vendome,
Captain and Mrs. Paddison for some few days ago In New York. He will be leaves for Daytona! to-day. hares new bank which will be built on Interest to the lovers of horses, and Broadway, New York, on our 4th paJ:( .
months returned home with his grand the leading man In the Sullivan, Harris the corner of Twelfth street and Avenue those who witness the above tournamentwill This Is a well-known and cozy hotel situated

father. The Captain's many friends .Wood: Theatrical Company, the comIng C, recently sold by Messrs. Anthony: be muck pleased. In the center of the amusement t
town are giving him hearty hand shakes winter. Mr. and Mrs. Allen have a (lard iior's Flyer Strohm. This. property Is said to have First prize" -Purse It.of. $23.00.) district, and Is under the management of

to-day. He expects to remain until after host of friends along the East Coast, who been bought by a wealthy syndicate, who Second 10.00. Mr. Frank Oruen, who entertains his)
4th of wish them success.homemade the building and havea Third" IS Oil. excellent .. The hotel..
the July. every 3 Panel Screen, value H.75: at $2.75/ will move present tllln
---- --- -- Sanitary Canopies aid Dixie $1.113 up. handsome Miami stone ut brick building To ride at three !2ln. rings, three times. large and the rooms ally and neat. Vis-
the lot. The bank Is to The arches to be 100ft. apart. All tern York should make a note
erected New
Gasoline and Blue Flame stoves$;JVO. on I hors to ;
ICIce Barrels. liutter.In .
Empty Sugar anti (Screen cloth. ,yard or piece. be called the First National Bank of Miami to be ridden off at Ij-In.rings., Tlmo of this hotel. The office staff-Including.
Toilet Sets, Tin and Porcelain $1.60. and will have a capital stock of counted to slowest hors Entrance': Manager Oruen-Is as follows: L. F'.
For sale. Address, A. MOORB 'order to introduce our Home-made Washstands and Rocker, $1.25 up. $3O:. ,(MM>. Among those Interested then fee, $1 00, to be paid to.li. D. Prltcbard, Cobb, chief clerk; r. T. 'J'a110r. assistant -

WALTER Charleston s.:, C. Pure Jersey Butter, we will send to any C. A. GARDNER: Tltusvllle,. Fla. w bank are several of Miami's businessmen Tltusvllle. ; It. H. Neale, cashier; J. U. Thompson
8 George St., add reason the East Coast Railway, Five ns well ae a couple of wealthy and rillKWOItKH. night clerk.
pounds-In pound packages. Express prominent I'ennsylvanlans. The fireworks are now hers and comprise -
Pineapple Growers. paid for $1.65 };. W. AMSDBX "The Volcano, Deadly Work," u___ an excellent assortment the retail Hotel Marlborough, Broadway" 30th
under the
Personal C'ks.taken. Ormond, Fla. value of which Is over $IOO. We feel and 87th Streets, New York,
THE EASTERN STAR. able management of !Mr. E. S.: Crowell, Is
that the crowd will be satisfied with
We can supply you with Pineapple A book containing an account of the sure a popular stopping place for Floridians,
Wrapping PapeMn' any quantity. Write Selling Out. destruction of St. Pierre. A vivid and Friendship Chapter No, 11, Order of the exhibit for It Is much larger than as It Is In the heart of the theater dis.
had three
us for O. .I!:. Coon, accurate account from the one Tltusvllle years ago.
prices eyewitnesses of
Eastern Star, bad .a very enthusiastic' trict. This hotel Is well managed, and
tf Jensen, Fla. the awful calamity which visited the Islands meeting In their Chapter-room, at Titus. Tits) OB AMD HAM., 'everything Is up-to-date. The staff Is avery
Oeo. N. Hatch of Rockledge, Fla., Is of Martinique and St. Vincent. vlll, on Tuesday evening. All the lady The Opera house has been kalsomlnsd efficient one, and comprise: E. !S:>.
Fish Wanted. closing out his large stock of general Orders taken for this book, alllO several officers were attired In their new Chapter and otherwise ornamented, In readiness Crowell, manager; )(. J. Crawford, chief
merchandise.Everything. religious and historical books by C. lI'. rolls; and, with their beautiful jewels for the ball on the 4th. clerk; Frank Webber assistant chief
to be sold for less than
Fischer Titusville or the yacht Elsie V, I looked quite charming. After the clerk E. A. Osborns bookkeeper; P.
Wanted, any part of one hundred tons coot and a great deal at half cost. they aoUND-TRIP EXCURSION: HATES ; ,
wet, or dry fish for fertilizer purposes. You, should not fall to take advantageof collecting of fees, auditing/ and payingof The Florida East Coast Railway has Lllllestone night clerk; Will heath
Address stating price, etc., this sacrifice sale. beginning Wednesday KegUtratlou Hooks Open II bills, the 'matter of a Street Fair on placed low excursion rates from all mall clerk; F... Lsscabarra, chef; Mrs.
M. 8. SABLES: June 4th. 2w the Fourth of July was discussed andIt points between Ormond, on the north, Buckley, housekeeper Read the ad. on
3t Merrltt Fla. was decided to meet at the Indian south. Tickets 4th page of this Issue.
To the Citizens of the Town of Titos- I and Fort Pierce on the
vllls: River hotel Tltusvllle. on Wednesday will be sold from all station between Fort

A Rand I'ump For Sale. Bronze Screen Wire. i The registration books for the Townof ''afternoon arrangements, at for three the o'clock above,event.to make all I'lerce and Valkarla at t.CO for roundtrip Hotel Wanted..
Tltusville are now open at the Town : Melbourne $1.20; Kau Oallle $1.10 -

There Is a fine,8 Inch Pumping'Dredge/ Just received, large consignment of I,Clerk's oflloe and will continue open up Rockledge (6 V:> cents; Cocoa 60 cents; City Want to lease small winter tourist
on Lake Worth, that can be bought Porapelan Bronze. Screen Wire Cloth Id to the 5th day of July, 11WJ. Those whore I'meapple Crate. Point and Sbarpes 50 cents; Ormond, hotel on Florida East Coast Road. Address -

cheap. The owner-a northern gentleman and 18 mesh. not registered and Intend to vote at Daytona Sanford and Enterprise $1.00 Box Ot), W"yn <"111e, N. C.
-had it built to fill in some lake This Is the only kind of screen cloth the special election to be held on the : -1 am now prepared to accept orders for New Smyrna and Hawks Park 75 cents;
and has no further use for It. that Is absolutely proof against; rust or 15th day of July, will please register 10 carloads pineapple crate material, for Oak Hill M cents; Osteen 90 cents; May.
property For address corrosion. Write for prices. within the time limited above. delivery after June 15th. town and Aurantla BO center illms and CLYDE and Mallory Hound Trip Ticket:

particulars C. N. ;lcw G. F. PADmsojr. : G. A. Facer G. F. PADDISO< LaGrange 23 cents; other polDte In pro for sale, meals and berth Included.

4t Riviera, Fla. jt Eau Gsllie Fla. Town derlc. 2t Eaa Oalll.,Fla. portion. Cheap. ADVOCATK office, Titusvllle.






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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. JUNE 20 1902.

2I. ,
GENERAL DIRECTORY.

j dvr tlic ffunni of the tort. As tile ships doomed to defeat, the Galena stood to Dt BECK ON COAL STRIK Notice.- I -

could not PUB above the fort their her work until tbe last shot to her Noted mnllJU.b Editor Hold T..u..t. THE )IATTTRE; U. S. LAN.O: OFFICE.H. .

& &>*[\ gnus could bear upon two fare* of ih< aockern. 283 In all. bad been: tired into and Mln. Owiivrn Ile,i on.ll l.. IN Martha C. Cnllunan, deceased. ES'rATE91'1 8. (' .. Register
$ .Kecuivtr.
the bluff "W. tt. Robinson
work only. tbe one down stream and the battery on A. U. De Beck, the fuujoua: English To tile creditors belre.lelateell.distributees I a.nd vibes at Gainesville,Florida.

I oJ\, that In trout Rodger exploit was a test without. editor known In London as the work- all other persons interested In salt estate'You : SENATORS.

The Confederate kept a sharp out. flinching. At that stag of the war It friend has written for 'tbe are hereby notlftyit., that James ('allanan. U.8.
I bl..eI .
: Irguiuii's) Moltnus,exumitors of sanl estate. J. P. Tallaferro Jaetmnvllle,
and C. P.
; umme\5 Joolc down the river mill as noon as was a popular notion In the north that.ucc..s 1W"ork Evening Journal Ills views filed their petition In ibis: court: I'>ruyiiiir: t\: \ ,,. KMallory.. 1'eusaoola.. ,

J 5INES: $. Itodtfera' flotilla came within range.early was to be won by during deeds on the strike of the coul miners and Itll vat order tale be made for t ouxh authorising the, following thutn de to erlberllan"sell ) ", U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.IUih .

In tbe morning of May 15.: the and an unofficial notice was served cause and effect. lIe says: situated In Brevard coiuitv. State of Jl'lolcla. tV'. !) Pnlatka

guns opened and a' baud of sharp- upon army and navy leaders that the' glorious country today faces the to-wlC: The Bmith % of the Southwest.K o( t eo' 8. M. Sparkiuan....'(allllla.

-It' nooter, led by Lieutenant John Taylor public demanded brilliant tents of arms perils This ot domestto strife, the most .hame- tlon Also 8.,TuwiiHhlu.Lot la, Cot'ja*4,' South, Ixitlb of and Range;Lot 4i' gl":>&Ht of .J. FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.E. .

::1 Wool d of the Merrlmue. went out at any coat. Moreover utter the Mon. ful as well as the roost sinister perils that F. Woman's .1Ib-dlvIMlon of Mouth"' K of sonth ':.N. IMmlclc Palm Boarh,.Senator.!
;' : L armored can menace the tattoO atutes. buca 20 solve of Lot 2, anil North 30 acres of LOl K. B. Kaulerson, Fort florae,.. .Representative.
Merrlmnc light vessels -
aDd
Into sufe hldlcifts on both banks to ply itor of RanII'.
: the South
hey ha at liberty" and disturb peace 8 In Suction' 1. Towimhlp 311.
; rhelr bullets upon the ndrnnclni ships. of any and every style were counted and happiness of the majority of her fpic. 40 Kant lu llrevant county, Klorlda aeconlh'K: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

i : of tbo buttery directed upon to do wonders In explana. A few men of: great wealth own 'he to plat on tile In the cllloe of Clerk of Ch'Cult Wm. B. Jennings,.. lnor.
Tbe large! guns the rallrottils and the Court of saiil county and State, for I the P'I'\'o;\ H. Clay Crawford .. ..' ... ..Secretary of State
i I o4I their tire chiefly at the Galena. She tion of his handling: of the Qnlena at telegraph system They of paying: the I legacies naineil. In Jaiuen 1$. Whittle-Ill' ,.Treasurer.Wni.H .
this country 1\ .
o.!. stood bltfh In the water and made a Fort Varlln Rodgers said: "I was convinced ccul mines of great" and called them .... MnrthaC Cnllanan, and pr.yin that Oeo.Knhblns ( Lamar,..Attornejr-(;eneral.
> have formed "trl el be appointed oniitiiilnBlonnimake too ..... Pnbllo Iimtructlon
It,1.| W. N. Sliaats. .. 8upt.
\\j 1h' bold target.Before/ as soon as I came on board of community of Interests." In raullty" they o deerU to wlexeontors l:: Ii K. lScLin..CuiuoulsaiuuerAgrtumltumre,

I [" t firing u shot from the Galena her that she would be riddled under are a "conspiracy of Interests," of COUrlle, ": -b: make r.1eol'a: salil lands 1 .' Alom" C. Cronm.... .. .. .. .... .. .. Comptroller
with the statutes lu such OP. .... ..
ef their own. full conformity .Clifford K. )Foster Adjutant-General.
1 % J ':)oJU, ftodge'rs l ran her up to a position opposite fire, but the public thought dIereut1y.iresolved These "trusts" are a horror of commer. made and provided. John Hrariford.Burvejor-<}eneral.K.K.Uore .
: 4 time tort Where the channel was to give It a fair trial." clal and Industrial C slLrl.m. a, hide, You, and each of you, are hereby notified tnnlemi In : State Chemist,
writing by you
be made In
lII.
& .w.-.u objection at Tallahassee, Florida.
.,,,.,.. not; tuort than; double the ship's.length.lie .The Merrlraac!\ crew' saved Richmond leprbsy.which" U slowly but surely" poIsonIng my ofllce at Tltusvllle, Florida, before 14th day Ollloos

:, then deliberately cast the starboard that day.; for above' the fort the channel the very sources of national life., of July louts the prayer of maId petition of willgu'isntettandorderiua.ie I si .t SUPREME COURT JUDGES.
aindustry a
to commerco i I
strike In perilous forprieatassie
g anchor, ran out the chains, put thehlp' was! open for gunboats to get: within Any ,. but the strike which la now I Imlnent 1m. lands and appointment of conimlSBlouer all M. K. M bry"....... .. .Ambulate...Chief JtiHttoe Justice.is .

bead iihore. backed astern and range of the city. Although tbe Is not only cluntferous to com- prayed for In natd lletitl.fl.Dune F. H.Carter. .. "
4t>A>o. 46; ) <1I! (., (4r "; to the and ordered tills Oth day of June 11)02 .1".
r I 4 (Hww (41't let go the stream anchor and hove I James river was utilized later Ip the more nation and because Industry it "bits: It la at dangerous the foun.tatlonand : A. J>. PKtiHKY.Probate County JurloUcllon.l'rOI JuudireMxemcisiag 'RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.H.E.T : .

of the con lliutlon, .
principle Gainesville1.L.
primary >ar, (' .
because it dcllus the existing lawn, StOPIi Morgan...limner,
i A Gunboat' the livelihood of nearly half a million of ) "e(1 Change of Name of tile J. :M.Bryan.. Klsslnunee.
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1't ; 0 : honest worklngmen and menaces the IIvoli John, 1.. Nenlef;Jr.:. ,, .Aroinlln.Headquarters .
: /' .. .. -c--- _\ of the people adjacent the coal mines. Town of Tituavllle.RESOLVED : and: olllces at Tallahassee, Fla
[ \ -, like 1 1Vnlted the
In a republic
when.
: It Is grave CIRCUIT COURT.
1 States: a handful: of men are III a NAME: I OF B. Jones,Titnsvitio..CIrctuItJttdge.
THAT THK Minor
FIRST.
11 : Hot Jf.1- position: to create such a perilous situ : (Tltimvllle) be changed tu 110. J.l>. Iteirff". Orlando.. ..Pmnecutint| Attorney.
U .:tear
Fight lion; graver yet If the government DIAN RlVKIt OITV SJ.rlnKTerm-Foutb Monday In April.
tint cries of In November.BREVARD .
to the warning of the press Second. Thot the propriety of such chanirinainx : ot lull Ferni-
the peVipje' nnd blind to the terrible fa61a Ito' submitted to the vote of the people]
f dally" pluced before It. From a, caret the 1 Town at a fpel'lul!:I election: to be held on I COliMTT C<>URT.

uuu fl7' stiu \ of the present situation I bold )" ]lOFt lav of ..uly, V.Ki-2. A.D.Penney.... .. .. ...County Judge
say that tho mlno owners ate &'csponlllbl" The following citizen ar appointed to can- Jntnes I E. Andrews..Froaecuting Attorney.i
.ilnetsald Blectlon : I*. A. Hracly, clerk; C. F. A.A.Stewart.County Clerk.Sprlnit .
Htrlke.Mi
for the FlHOher 8. J. Norton, and C. 1>. Case, Insleotu. !' Term-Beonnd Monday In !May.
'Ct-ET.LAN net out to nttnck /. ., ,4;: t'/1/i---/ .- ,rlc yu, millionaire, o'':-iTS.for those tliolrai 1'00'(01<1 ..... Hummer: 'l'ermSeco"rl .Monday In August!
f Itlclimoiid{ In lbe sprint i it ot .. idY- mlijeii!! cannot even 111'0"1" All persons registered tifinn the Town bQQke Fall Term-S8C'outI Monday In November.
.i. :- though' they think of it with awe ihnll be entitled" to vote Irretentive. of poll t'Tno Winter TermScuoiul Monday In February.
'1 1802 with the expectutl and heurt.iche. Docs your" charity mean form ot the ballot to be used ac the oleo

t : of unltiR the JuriK'H river as'I only the fonniliitlon of llbrnrlos, u worthy tlon nhall lie. : v COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.
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1 .) : :- ,nt. the donation of millions to uverallU'S Fur changing; the name of the Town to Indlao Superlntutumuicnt.ionventturer.Iitinhersr
a route of mipply tor his i ar. obi> : It. E. Minis,
'I object the I KlverOty.AgaitiHt clmstnimuan.Titimsville
another worthy ; J. M. Dlxoii
". my. He connldpriil the plan of tbl'ow, / .. erection,of houpltuH. yet another worth )" I : rlmiiKlnn the. name of theTawu to I In- R. N. Andrews, Cocoa; C. 1'. t'latts. Sort 1'lsrco

W"Kt I'olat. lit\ theiul Hut does not your common sea. turin River C'lry.niKneil Council,
lug his army iipuu I abject' I In ouiin senalim of the Town COMSII&SIOSERS.T. : .
t the York rl\'el'< ---- -t Ifr' If your hearts spctik not, dlctata to you I 3rd COUNTY
'I \ ot nuvlK'itlou' on hls June 1U02..Ion
: that your first duty la. to do justice 10 : R. V ALKPlt. Cu'r'iO. R. "Walker, .chairman Tltiisvtllo; John R
orII
I and Kolnix/ /< furwiird from tlmt bane :Vr- r ,. _. ', 4I those who work for: you. who help you to k',. IMIRKN, Mint, Indlnnola; It. A. OmklmK:, Tlllmau ; Joint
vtrlkliitf/ tlie BIIIUO (point) fItLfl>> the low m acquire the millions by" which you dletale jr. A. Mono N, C. Jones. 'Von .
,, L,. ('AltliUTHKIM.Vnivrovnd in each
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J. held llrat Monday
sessions are
defy" the Inws of the coun-: Regular
,i r penlnuulu. The limt niuiiccl route wall to liglnltttors MAiitovInxox Mayor.Attubti .
J
;'\ ndoiitcd' and rt-HUllc'd.' In the siege* otI '\ ., \ republic try" and?besmirch the gou'd' fame of the : U. A Fitosr, Clerk. uiuiitb.KRKVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. .

I ,YorUtovrn. where the Confedvratea udor It la easier to be charitable than to I be Tltuavllle'.County Judge
I). 1'enney ;
Oc'nornl Joe .Tollunion"' made a .tanll ,,, &.l ,;, last, but you eifti be both with a IIIUe Notice. .Jas.E. Andrew" TltUHVllle . Pros Alt Y

throughout I Lie. month ot April.When ( .__1.Ltl .- :: t .-. .' ,. I ..IT,,rt unrl rjood will. There must be 0 A. A. ""Stewart Tltiiimllle, .County" Clerk.
,
: -i I. .W oaH'on( of the capitalist anil, the tolli J. F. Wciotcn Cooon.. Tax AssessorK.
I McCMlun: renclioU\ Kortrcllonnjc.lmvn .if. m.> 1'hlmilt? Ion must bo mud* with. broa, VTOTICB IS 1 HEREBY OIVKX THAT IT 19.r W. 11"ill.Tltiisville.. .Tax. ('olloctor.
l wit to the tiiui A.i'OnnsvCtuni3' 11. K. H. Titnnvllle .. .. . Treasurer
( told liy. tincoiuuiundli nr.t lieof spirit and sincerity" of heart l j uiv Inte-niioti spiilv Move.
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\ Jimt.
.TII' ..e In and for Hrovtoiintv. R. :E. Ml HIM.. Konavei rule Kupt 1'tilt.
jUicer of tliv navy\ In tb(),, watfm tuut 1 lut dlHtruat and prejudice.If Flornlu" on the I 1 lOt day or Jnlv.: ito\): .'. (.. Prim. TI nnvllle,. : .. County fturve.tor; '
the capitalist I la too obstinate aiivarlclouMt f all: the I i .. uliertir.' '
TitosvlLle
) thU\'WUI'MiJlplf could not opeu nntl mill thl or an \liortty to sel:I ar, private an n .1. V. lirnwti. .
too much law dpfylrur. indlvliUd I liiteroHt of William I I 8. Iov. mlllor T.J. Co!""'h'"It.L>i( rane..Tlef| IstratlonOHIcer.TITUsVlLLK .
: tuln the .Jaiiios river route nor tllke mritf &L4 lead of the state President Itooaeve ., tnt III of Alfred ami Julia Mar, ilecnacxil., In und TOWN CiYC11..Lit. .
purl III the llKhtlnt/ iitfiilunt,/ lund liutvrlei. "n'hoso Integrity and: courage every Ameian that trurtnf land l lying lu llrevard Count .
Tin. Mcrrliiuic luid liven a me .' 's'. : citizen and foreigner admires. mUHt }'|orl ; I In and BOY Ciiiiimoiiclnir, point rlclit (4)) ulmlns md tax tiollotorV.: 8. Hram.inir clerk itmlreiintirer
1 ace'to tilt*. 0lJl.'I'utluII8 of the I-'edcr! f fi' "Halt! Go no further. for democracy S or> the lust' at tbe center of Suction' twentv-t1 : John Hunry, tax *sHe iNort John' R.
; .. /J"Y (.JT), Hnutli of Ran:; O- F, l>rnm, 8. U. Vananillnehum -
army nid vuvy In tbnt n-glou until bel' ",till sovereign mistress of the Unit.: (22) TovuDHhtp East hlny-neven and riinniiiK t.lence Rontll Walker, F. A. K'nrjrnn' ICarritthnrM., fonnuilmnn
ortv.one (41)) ; and J. I
% "j battle with niP Monitor on the Utb 'ot iMg States." | i :wefva! ((12 oliiilnn six ((6)) links to a stake; th"we, 'lime council ete flrnt Tu""ilnv 1..4-ach. mouth.
fr
; : nml tiul ru y.udx (hut. llnoartuka 1 1O.
but hud still to bo rt'cl.onPI1Wltb. haMt ri.iiriu... n ((14)I ) chulns
': March (ilia .. The Rest pr..scrl"lIou for Mnlnrl'tillU thunne North saventeon ((17> tPIU't'e"antI TIT.USVJLLK! BOARD Of1 TRADE.

; ( The rumvu orlnlnnlly tnlendi! 1" nod Fever Is a bottle of drove' llfty(5(; ) inlniiteH" went, twelve ((12) dial, .. .M. Itoluhiniu, president; .'. M. Dixon, trans.irer ..
t t to defend Itluhnioiid! by elonlms tho I THE MERRIMAO CREW FIGhTING TUB QALKNA. J 'asteless Chill Tonic. It in simply Iron'' 811.1 .lxtv.I'lmlnsand..vell
,f tt! James tlvtrs to tlio I'Yderfleet. form. No Ion (III) Ill'teeu aere. night In each month at their romult.YREE .
IIif::1 1 York and and quinine in tutiteletts ..i>lnt of beginning, and' containing

.- After the dunuitfOH to her gUlIl1 ahead, iiiukinu ri'ndy for clone actlunder < l lcCI..II"1I' cnnipitlKn/ and again in ISCby : : lure. No Cure. Price 50cts. of land." ADA MAY, AND ACCEPTED MASONS.Indian .

'I( and( armor indicted by the Monitor 1 the fom-B attacking Ulchrnom. lit Guardian for salil. Minor River Lodire! No. 00) holds Its meetingsHP !
1 n Hteady tire' from above. LOCAL PAPER. iwcond and fourth Friday evening of cavhnontti
1 1:! ehots hnd Licvn rpfinlred her comiuaivr little Monitor punMpd above tlGaltim. Fort I Diirllng i-oiitlruied a grim/ icuarof YOUR ,at tlieir lodge room,, near court house, I
11' :j': n: ki>d pcrmlsslou to run the sir ) The the channel at Drewry'H lilnlT. the Notlco of Application For Tax: .1 7 :30 clock p. m. J. R. 'Walker, W. M.;
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8he low In the vaitee ; is Indlapensible neoe!!'
1'Vdornl' In l>ut lay so A local paper an r. A.Morgan Beo'y.
torts Hampton
past the ( that hiT' could! not be elevatd naval PIIHS to the Confederate capital, ItT to the success and prosperity of an 1)eetl. .
tcuim BASTERX: 8TAR.FrlnntlMhlp
,tl f t\\ I: Itondg and ntrlke right and loft. Ttfreedom until the end of the war.GCOUtiB and progressive' town-to a Umler fl.8! of CII.". 4HS8, Laws of Fla. ORDER OF
to do execution:: In th(> butterlea 011 nterprlHlng; .
meetings
\ untl! the Merlmnc :No. It hold Its
}vn not granted L. r KILMER. the cltlzunit can expand i inntract or Is hereby irlven tlmt John Henrv pihiisuriifTiix Chapter, ,
:Motive
the bluff. She HOOD dropped! belov lent ilegiee make it ('en! Ifleato )Jut.40.1.\ duel, LI., 4ny lu the Al.ian; ,ilo r.odjre room, Titnuville. ou the
/ remained on guard over thp and tin oilier consorts of the new Iroi:- Its Influence; can with a a 01' June. A 1>. l"'.H., tins. tlluil snl and goodness time thud I'liemlAv '
.... mouth of the Jiimcn. Meanwhile thp clad took llttlu It any part In the Ugh A Hplonilid Kciiicdy. iiint of strength my cilia, and him: inad: Siliratloii|: : for i ttped : tail l 1h) llowlnir urn of
ower I o create reputation for the town ::1 :: tu IHOIIO In aceonlaiifin with I law, Bald 1 ui r'clonk r.m"r \\ :: :I'u: ::; : ,
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Kultblus
with ,
Monitor did not oek bnttlo ttrani In .. he lol, ft i '
the wate lumljiu ilwrrll-eil ,
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As the On If mi ,stood high Neuralgia pains rlieumiUlurn: tat will benefit the entire commumtia Itleq" Ce sin lruqe. the followlnic: pro'I Mrs. M. K.
I I: but wn!! looked! to na a foil for tho. her guns bore well upon the tort. Two and sciatic pains' yield to the penetrntlnInlluencn : puny nonentity with nail Ie( nHitiMte.l In Ilrvvard, ciui I'I'nwiiHlilp ntv. Flnrfila M rtonih, towiW 'tor I : >V'llHtiii r. K; ,R.n-%WMmin Hl tv nirttnii wurthv panimi:i\lr. P.' A, Morgan,
l 1')0" I'ctloii 4,
: of /
t Mc'rrlmnc to Icl'l'l'] the wnter (!flenr.ft Con fed!f rule "guns were dlsiuoiuitt ot U.lltrd'"nw. \ I.lniment. I It cia er, I Inlliience or I Oti 'SI Ion. n"1 of SKJ4;/ i'.iit.! "'rh .1.10, iiii.tI,, Iwt, It ooa.c.llie Bt .tr.... "'.,'r; Mr*. Ii. t', rtorliuci'our' .Mrs., aeret John ryflli A.;

the shipping uxt-d In tlitoiK>ratlona. ot and Hcvcrul I men killed a rid woundo pcoetrnres 10 the nerve and bone an.1 The citizens. should support the low h'h l <>r i he iHHiiance or tucli, vert(Tine Ittoutu*,* Kiibl, In oer tl. I:In;;Io Katu*, ,"se.Htwjrt.(*,N il* I'oni'iiotrvpM, :o'uIuu.ues': Mr;h *. C). W. 8co-
'I'msteu
; the army lit Yorktown. by her dtllhvnue shots. being absorbed Into the blixxl. Its lien- paper by word nnd dead, by cominlnoii n.ne iti,-are i f.hall 1".1'" lie IIr'wn redeemed Hiiuorillini. M law 'inAed 10., .. A.Inh ; '.irs. .1. It Wa k"r, Rutli; Mr. F. A.

the ntaht of the 3d of May.; lair properties lire conveyed; to. every I'ltl't. ml'I onilsHlftn; by becoming a pernianei will leslie thereon. on the I8ih. day.. of JimWltiiMi ''. lortTHii, Eel: .her. ; iii II.M..I. I.I 11..r..h"s.. Martha Zamalletewart
1\\ 8uUlnly The (;nna held cer: ground. ecurx'lanclioixd nnd effect some wnnrleirfionrea. :\1... '1'. T. \\ etmm 010, Marshul I110"
of the -
hotly and punctually pa.xlng aunt A II "MIA
the Confederate<< army abandoned thp tlii'c MllbMclb"r and seal tutu the "' Kh-ctu:
under the bln/.Inj guns ofltclal slirnatnr
1I110"'M' Ceitrjil inv
I). F. !Moore\ Bffenr of silb-ciipttou; by patrol-
the ,
Yorktown. The Federal ca1 allv puce 1-4 I'h misc or May, A. l) IIHK.tl. .
works nt She lot
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{ anti minutes. "I
I hours twenty Railway, Milan. Tenn., ntnte: ring the local job ollloe for all WOI kin I.. *.) A. A. BTEWAIIT
i'f airy started In I nurMult, nnd brought tli.rear more men In killed than In wounded. have lined Bjllard'K Snow I.lniment, fiHieumatlHinK Ibat line and the columns of the loon Clerk Circuit Court of HrevunU'onnty, Flu. TITUSVILLE'S$ TRAINS.

gnuril to buy at 'Vlillllm bllrg. for the tire of the ConfeUfi-utp Bliaijshootfi'H Imcknrhe, etc., in my fan. pllpet. for advertisIng imrpoHes.. i .

With tbo fall of Yorktown. tbe 1Il'lz.: \vns accurate and deadly. OciiHlonnlly < ily. It IH a splnnrild renieHy. We cm.ld Every merchant who has the wellfll'e'oC Notice for l'tibllcatoii.nEuAitrotmcY'r .

tire of Went Point by Frnnklln and % the men at the (ruiia: on th not rlo without ji." 25o, TiOo nnd $1 i at tR. T but town and weekly paper at hearlould The follow lug: Sri, the tlOlt'lll nf arrival and i

Johnston's army fulllnx back on Kiel. Uulenu would put \\1111 charge, ot grup Wilson A Son's! drug store. have his busIness card In the Inca ..mi
  • |..lrturo of p asmuummgeu'' tiulnx. to-

    I, mond. loavlnit the peninsula to MiClellun and! canlatt-r and IIhowf'r the bank. pll spur It gives tho town a "lve"| appeal'p | Ollii.eat lIImevllle, OF TUB, Ha.ImTsKhft.Land ,Juu 16, 100'l.} om Titusvill: ,
    To Tv.t the Age of EKK and tends to bi Ing new "ettieI'M."l s.wremuocuD.eareTttumviIle :
    I must fight quid nce, / that the followlniimetl !:'-
    the M nine .
    HiM err is
    1 where the, lairs ot the nhiirpnhooter" "dead'usincas Notice hereby given for 1111..",,.and I
    do
    Dead" merchants generally a tier has fl oil n, Lice of hin, Intention to I-OU: r-m'
    eel<
    James river. The con lnt. I
    ) or retreat up thHr.siiioklnii rlllt'li intuimedlattt |ii> at
    ,
    were betrayed by "
    \ semis the following and the colums of, the tow mak.. final. proof In ill-port. or his clot. anat
    Miami! ,
    A subscriber at .
    mender chose not to rlslfc his ship With but one target to shoot at thRlI'al I 1 saidjiriMif( he mn.otiebefre clerk Clronlmrt "RTIIOU4JOID.
    the APVOOATK i per go to prove it.Don't : ; : Kla. July 22nil. luii'2)I via
    r nod tli< Moi' to atTltimvllle, on TlrnllVllle for .laokHuiivlll I ,
    Federal forts eave
    1 KUliist tbe Ktunifi-H In tbe battery on th> Them Is a sure !and simple tent of the believe for a moment the edltor'sIICft fHoorjl.'fl I). I>nnm ,k. of TltiiHVlho' Fla.. Ht. and Intermediate iiolnts. at | *.T": :P- nHaut.iril -

    Itor. But tbe ram hud been built tor: bluff rallied down IIIHMOH| || from thheavy > sue of an egg. Dissolve six ounces ot r Is all sunshine and profit\ ; don't 1mlne 2/1-112.for the Sit!: (,SectIon 23,Township: South, a l'itiievtlie for .. 7"J5 ..nrrlvm >

    deep ,wutvr. She drew too much by Brooke rlnVx upon the decks ot Common kltcben suit in a large glnsHfu, alll; the roses! that line his' pathway are ] mice nainet 84 Kiut.Ho the. following. wi nesses to prove blnrlnuMiis .. TIMinvllla from Sanford .. -20p.ro

    fl iKhtecn feet for the James river chat. the Unlenn. I 1 !Itl'l'n shots brokIhroiiirb of water; drop In eggs, one at a time,. 01'nlewn; don't throw cold water! onevel'y residence ,upon, situ cultivation or

    : net. All bandit set to work to 11gb ten the Iron phi tlnll. and ten mor" An egg/ one day old will sink to the tint. enterprise that Is advocated by Intel tbelocal oalollanfl.N. W., Robinson vial EwengRioenf, of Tltnsvllle Tltnsvllle.'FI".I; JeflVraoilyleror Fla,;

    I ,,pt hip.. and after everything that could struck the ship at dlffcreixt point out torn, If three days old. It sinks only Just\ press that duos not specially kick be ': MIlO"."Ia.)I""S' C T.War reo. of Mlmia. ,

    l k spareil, but powder and shot babeen Hide. \II'HIJrlI' hndlv ,shuttered! anti below the surface; If five days: and over, elft or benefit yourself. Don't In tbe lien r. W. G. ROBINSON KoirUter.V ,. A Sample copy of one of tbe beat farm
    taken out the pilots declared that It Hoitt* : thuu nlrlcr It I t.* the more It pro calue'ou: have been Ignored ib. fee paid.
    trndes from the water. ,lumns, but make"prllollue lo prompt- 'allele publiahed, fee, If you; will lIendJour
    abe could not cross the river shallow Item of news or locul per.aODRI Klver Home.
    : I Cheltl.'lndlnn
    report any ,
    cj --.l at Ja went own. In a Qght not only tbhip. .. HANDICAPPED.The \VeRklieAM. concernngyourself! or family, andnur. ---- name on pUIII,1 l tJt\rd. mentioning

    but the crow of over 300( men. lIotVenther > keep us Mileoias clan and ilion givethe ThU place ronfists of I3'rf} acres J>, thlll paper.

    v mll, lIt be lout, and the commander dcelded man who started to run a race in It yon feel fAlllert! nut, llstlens and tucking leporler a rousting because bo In no mile north of )Fort Pierce. Four acresare
    TUB PLOWBOY Co.
    '. to burn the rum and take bt'r chains and fetters would be visibly hand In energy, yon aiepeihaps sntTerlni ( Omnipresent and oinulclent. Be liberaconHtiuctiog cleared anil fenced, and there an !: ,

    crew! overland up Jamea river SUrus .. icapped. No one would expect him to from the debilitating effect of summu: ,,10 the language used In reohUng :.!:,000( bearing pineapple plants on tin A Atlanta Oa.

    \ \ dentroyrd on Muy 10. and thcrow. succeed. The man who runs the race of weRt lIeI'. These symptoms Indicate\ that itema of looal ness and not tor lace. There are 2!, acres: ready to Bet

    trim with small arms. life when his a tonlo In needed that will ciea'e a heal tl",tea liaimlem., peaceful term Into R .n I orange' trees and pineapples. Thmaining <
    In lighting digestive and nutritive rhy appittte make
    reported at Itlrhmciid.Vltb the ran organs! are 5 regulate/: the b'twelit and' Impart' natural ''diet mischief. land and a portion of it good for trees re.uut----- -
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    gone the ,1 antes lay exposed to ",'derl1lshIps diseased in equallyhandicapped. activity to the liver ThU Herbine will I Tile cltlzeps can greatly aid the presi It r''* a friintafteon Indian Uiver. Thebefl" !

    ,I aa far up us the batteries at For In ( rlo; It i I. a tonic, laxative and restorative : by practicing. the divine vlitunot forgive uiiildlnAr. site la on a high elevan .

    Uarllntf.! seven miles below tbe capital the one case his II. .1. Frergard PI'opr Grand View h.itcl. : ne8M, should the local editor accidental)] overlooking the river, the town, -Ern--T/V:

    Fort Durllntf was II battery In minx strength is overweighted Cheney Kan., writes. "I have n.ed If or. i lIu\kl'l a harmless mistake ..r publlah\ at Rlld the) Indian River Inlet. There la

    only. for there were no guns In post in the bine for the last 12 veil I'll. and I nothing or artIcle advocating a theory not entirely 110 i house. on tile premises.

    tlon and nothing to llibt with. Rut thMerrlmac'a < other it is under- earth can heat tt. It. wa recommended' I..In accord with Mi or her politlc.it: or re.1I1t101l' Fort; Fierce la' a division point on the

    : crewau) ready for buttli demands mill e d. above Success to me by l)r. Newton, of Newton' Kan." predIlectIons; by generous); be. Florida. Eant Coast Railway and place i

    Oo at 11. U. Wilson .t Son's.How using deserved words of credit andmpllmeut ot some Importance, with good proact .frd/fa
    when the Fedora I ships hove In sigh all else a sound the brain Rudbody
    upon vre-iry pP for future) development. 1 hereare
    the morulnii of May 13. An ironclad stomach. to ItemoTV liwiiilriiff.A that has !burned mrdnight oil in stores of all klnll,8eVl'rall'hurches.! dlki7'Ad1

    heiulfd the fleet. 11 uf.v cr'arion different Doctor Medical Fierce'sOolden educing articles cit lvoouin|
    from the Monitor and now secklut; and entorprises In which This place will make a tine home and

    tier Ui-Ht fluht. The little Monitor and diseases Discovery cures of the landrntT ahampoo Is made that bv t Is mixing recommended together the far rybiMxIy feels deeply In'erented andwhlcb (pubic[ of being made quite a phinta- tftP.d 'l'r 4.!ltV 4V

    two woixloii KuntiontK completed tin greatly: benerlt the general public. titul.> Five hnnilred orange and grape dbrK &itr.
    stomach and other .rolk of one egg/ a pint of hot rain water ,/ U ,O :
    I array which the Moirlmac's crew with organs of cli edition mil an ounce spirits of rosemary. Tha -Horn (Minn. ) Times.COuftlpRtecl. trill I, trees, anul 10''),OUO pineapple plants

    five Runs mid a scant supply ot Iowder and nutrition. mixture should be thoroughly beaten up I'an: be placed on it. Fine flsliintr, hunt1"1f -

    'I and BbellH, wire prepared to welcome." ., When this i* done and used warm, being well rubbed. Into Dowels. and ijysteriiisr in the immediate vi.rlnity. -

    The Jalenn WIIH a wooden warship of food is perfectly he. skin of the bent! Afterward rinse To have good health, the body should Fort Pierce la headquarters. -L <..

    tile prevalllnK type but protected with: digested! 1 smut assimilated he head thoroughly several waters. be kept In a laxative condition and tbebnwels tor hunting:, fishing and sports gl'npr.allly. drbrn lti
    Price ) which i III (
    'l,3)0. ch..ap.For
    : and the moved at least once a day, so that very

    a light armor. body receives strength in the only way ADVOCATK Hoes Job printing. nil tile poisonous wastes are expelled full Information address _istsujJeaw, aasismsauaIDNEY
    .f f In his snli up Jiiuu-g river the p.'nllllll'Cllptltln in which strength can be given-by the raThe d,1I1. O. I... Edwards, 142: N. M.ilnSt.: C. T.aicCABTT ::-'- -- -

    tlodtrrrs bud I put the julfiui nutrition derived from digested and assimilated clilta, Kansas, writes: "1 have tiaedrblne Ankona, Brevard County Flu.Iade .

    through; her Imptlmu of tire. The little fowl.Th A Itaro Cliunce. )[ to regulate the liver and hovels DISEASES

    flotilla Vnrountvrtnl: two Coiifvdcrut)'. praise I would like to give your 'bitten tor the past ten year, anil found It arelll1ble County Caiid For Sale. :
    !\IedlcII, llincuvery' I cannot utter in ....rd.l or 11 10-100 acres, cro; feet frontage onndIan "
    low. :0o at \Vll & Ion's.Fba .
    batteries tb > bluffs of the -i ,, remedy. on
    on < ilvncritk with' pen" writes Jane* B. Aiubroms, and Banana river lion to ?(tut)
    J lillit'O'fhp Jalenn's guns ulloticcd H>oq.. of iao'< .Mimiu tstrcri. HnntlnRilou PH. into For sale, cheap tbe northeimt quarter
    .1 WAV takeu with what our phymiuaua here tUrns' trees, about half coining ot southeast of section 3, town.blp arc the most fatal of all dises. >
    those on the bluffs and the wooden Mid wU iiidlxenltoii." I Uoclorvl 1 with the be.1 earing, oranges, tangerines grape.. people of Martinique have bad apractical quarter
    by un around her and roiinil no relief." I wrote to I, otthat l 38, south of I'ange.n east; close to
    slit,, with the Monitor slipped fruit, kumquats 0 bearing", mangoes, demonstration ot the truth .
    and votl sent m. a I harmed. II. did th.* Uulena herself wltb IOU knd I did MX anil you then' adviHfxi me to tin. 3 I: bearing avooadoe, ll.OW bearing; proverb of Solomon which says St River -40
    dents In the! Plerce's lioUten Medical l>i took to .Oil bearing guayasbesldes ; acre III
    of few Dr. pln"s,300 KIDNEY CURE
    the exception a
    iiir'r'otJp "
    three: bottles; and I felt mo otter a nelgbbortbat Is near than abrother ,lso: the northeast quarter of nOl'tlleR.t -
    armor. belnv curxl. I hnve no ymucom of s*.trlc Tapes ) ananal.persImmons. a nursery that l la afar off." quarter of section 13, township 38, Cuarantasd Rsnid
    or about IXMsour trees ready
    nut Fort narllng. wltb all Its I lmuper.fectloni. trouble or tiittItc..ttui now > orange .outb of range 41 east; on south fork of
    for" Golden Medical to bud, a few peach trl'e8.3 acres veget-
    substitute
    was another matter from Accept no 4-lnch artesian well ] Tax 011 Babies St. Lucle Klver; 40 acres. Apply to
    able land large
    There is nothing justa.
    Contains
    those batteries below. The guns were Discovery." chart, drive well, soft water 8-room Ixtretnely hot weather Is a great tasupon CITAS. H. WALTOX, or money refunded.

    ,cn a bluff 2O! feet above the river.<< At Dr.good.! Pierce' Common Sense Medical welling, store building, packinghouse > the digestive po'Werof babies; wbeDpUD11&nd Tltusvllle. Fla remedies recognized by emJ.nent -

    the toot of the bluff the channel bad Adviser, sent free on receipt of stamps toot house, warehouse, 2-ton lee box feeble they should be given afew the best lot
    been obstructed 1 by sunken bulls connected to cover exPense of mailing only. 2: acres of poultry yard. Fruit this!! doses of White's Cream Vermifuge, :f Filter tubes axe now for Bale atthis physicians as

    by chain cable. A bend in the twenty-one CIne-ceDt stamps for the ear will bring $:tOG to 100. Rent tbe children's tonic. It will stimulate i office, price 25cta; postage extra.OI.D KIdney and Bladder troubles.OLEY'S .

    atream hid the obstruction from the book tn paper covers, or 31 stamps for rom vegetable land will keep up grove. and I facilitate th ,dlgeitlon of tbelr food PRIcE 5Oc:. aAII ..m.
    slew of ships coming<< up the channel the cloth-bound volume. Address Dr. 1' A. lIc rILl.Ar. lID hat they soon become strong healthy LEAD FOR SALE. In any quantl-'

    until they were close upon it and un- R. V. Pierce, Buffalo! N. Y. Eau Gallle, Fla. .nd I active. 23i at Wilson & lion's. '1, at the ADVOCATE: office. B. 1C. WILSON & SOX.




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    Professional Cards. WHO BUILDS THE STATE New Development lu food Riots. Simplicity. of the JrtrU,< 53..t...... SCORNED BY MORGAN.Amrrlown .

    Bread riots bare been common In The opposition t J tlu adoption of the

    EO. M. ROBBIXS, lu..J..d.t..o... GII.I...'. Poem on hIstory. but meat riots are new. Such uietrlr system of weights; niul 111<'0110url' Financier llrfnuptl 'G Natl.iinl C....Blrartor.. Interviewed lIT Krvncte Immortal.J. .
    riots however, recently occurred I I"New In, a bill providing/: for which Is now
    ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR The auiiual moatlnjf, ot the Society of York and other towns hi that pundiug In ('OI'aI".t!. euu.t's from tlie l'll'l.tontlol'llIn has proved too You Should.Insist on Having
    tbe Colonial Wars ot XeV Jersey was much for tho Trench ami English interviewers
    AT-LAW.I outcoifie less direct uiiiptiou that It would cause great
    vicinity as an more or
    held at rrlniTton, X. J., recently. At sa irs thw Paris correspondent EUREKA HARNESS OIL
    'Will practice In State and United States the tllnnor j ulveu In the en'ulliIUcba1't1/ of the high prices of beef. Th Invoiiveulenou to American, trade anti of the New York' World. Ills rudu U uemmleil by any other.

    Court. Watson Glider, editor of The Century agitation was directed against the commerce. The system seems to bu dismissal of allY newspaper matt who Rentier lianl leather soft.4reciallv .

    Office at TITUSVII.I.K FLA. Magazine read the following pociu: "Loahec" butchers, whose meat Is insported : simple\ enough and ought "'',lhln n succeed* In gaining occens to him has pr<'|>ured.

    Who builds the state Not he whose and certified1 by tbe rabbis as short time to be easily u.djulot to'our been editorially commented upon re- Keep* out \\nU-r.

    L. OAULDEN power, in accordance with Mosaic' law. It Id CO lI 1 tlonll. wntly In .six different Purls newspa-: A heavy bodied oit.
    Rooted In wrong, In tcold Intrenched,
    D. Makes him the regent of the hour; charged that these retail butchers; took In till metric system as most people pore and the Paris correspondents, of HARNESSAn

    .A TTOR EY.A T.LAV, The eternal light cannot bo quenched. advantage of the fact that they pruc know, there is a slngla unit of weight, the KnKlUh newnpnperu\ now Ignoro all excellent preserwetn'e.R .

    tlcally hud the orthodox: : Jews at their one of capacity and one of extension: nsslKiiuu-iits to sei the Yankee terror. cost of you" harness.
    This
    shall outlive his little
    TTIII practice In all the Courts of the State span. The l-'ljjaro trled.to: compel Morgan to
    Never burn the leather iu
    Shine fierce talnud scheme thrft thu subdivisions ten and ;
    upon each mercy and raised prices\ inordinately- are by
    ot Florida,and the United
    State Courts. Lcmul-
    tallc.espoctully engaging: Jules Eiucioucy tit i Ucreiised.
    Shall dho-w where liam UloT all the
    I'.U Box,SM. T1TU3V-ILLK FLA. plan for Instance, converting a rise of a Indicated' : by the Latin prefixes decl, tie, a member of till academy and one Secure:! brut cr\icc.

    The treachery In the daullng. dream. quarter of a cent in wholesale price to centl and mill); that the multiples are of the foremost' literary and polltll'ul11I'rl'l11lln Stitches kept from treating.

    F... J. WEBB. Ha builds the state who builds on truth. 3 cents In the retail price llence arose by ten. Indicated by the Greek prefixes \\I ties of Pro" nets to see him, evidently OIL

    a Not ho who, crushing: towuril hla aim. what the Yiddish newspapers of New decn hocto and kilo. What '!'- calculating'that! Morgan\ would' It sold 1 ill allLocalities

    A.TTOn EY.A T-LA, Strikes conscience from the throne and York culled 11 "revolution of the 'voua plo have to get used to In ordinary affairs not Uaro to turn down stieh celebrity.

    To rutla dork en." Not content with boycotting the Is these throe units or some division Under the title "What Money Cnnnot 1\f"ltnfhrhn'O"\ ',_by5endarl .
    Will practice in the Courts of the 7th win a unplteoua fame; !F< (III ( p" ,
    Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents dealers themselves and urging other or multiple nearest to the quantity nl)1. Lenmltre doncrlbes: the en

    Empire and ugos all hU thought so. women sent a picket committee most common use. they can
    unflattering portrayal of Mr. Morgan'sappearance
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    "TITU8VILLIC. FCORIDA.: Though like ail eagle be Ms kun to every shop and l Issued circulars figure tho divisions and luulllplos. -
    ; Down to the ground shall all be brought ) : and uinnnerri.: M. I.emultro FiiiuiiBOWELS
    forth their and .
    sotting wrongs 8113-8 the talk lasted thirty seconds. A BEST
    PENNEY For thIs I hold and haIl for aye saying, "IJuy: no meat yourself and let for instance, the kilogram Is tile Purls I'nnl'rVhl' ) WIts acquainted with
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    AD. Till sow heaven Mcnda death-that they who no one else buy!" and describing the common quantity wolght), and It Is Mr. :Morgan Introduced him.

    ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, Hate, and the blood of brothers, they butchers ns loving diamonds more than equal to about 2 1-5 pounds, exactly "Thin In M. Lemaltre," he said. "You

    Shall harvest bate and wont and woe, humanity :\Moreover the women agl S.2O40.:! It would not take long to get must 1mvo heard of bin;. as everybody i
    TrrusviLi.it If h.... 't r.eI.r. hnnlthy mo..m.nl or IK*
    FLORIDA. van n a
    tutors .seized the meat bought those \Used to this and to know that hectogram i 1111 s. .. .
    The curse of earth's dread agonies by a bow.i VI.i'y liny, yu..i'o; III ur will b K.'r jronutn
    bowels I :. mt:l hn wll. K,.r..*,,lit Silo' 0bhp.' VI.*
    Mor.
    I've Mr.
    Will practice In all the courts of the 7th Whereto they addod in their hour who refused to Join the. movement I, was a little less' than a quarter of "Well, not. grunted I.[ it.|'liviit"i>r|iiolHun.U I ","" Til. niMaolh.t I.
    And all the unheeded tears and cries gan. a, ,..nii.i4t. liioMt fmrrnrl way 0 1.'ou"'. tile .lHWlfeloir
    Judicial Circuit. They caused In I lust ot lawless power. threw It into the streets or poured oil a pound 1\\nd It Is only in a technical an.I clean I
    'He would like to talk with you on InCANDY
    union, It. At one time some 3,000 excited ",ay that the smaller and larger quantities .
    \ task behalf of tho Fluiiro, said tho Parisian
    He builds the state who to that CATHARTIC
    women thronged the streets of the : would be much used except tho
    : A. MORGAN Brings strong;, clean hands and purpose bunker,
    FREDERICK pure; so called ghetto and breaches of the niilllor or metric ton of a thousand "I've nothing to say" grunted Mr.
    Who wears not virtue as. a mask. were common If not dan- which Is little thuu
    , BEAT4 ESTATE AND INSURANCE Ha build the state that shall endure peace very kilograms n more Morgan.

    .' Loans Notary Public. I, gerous. The rioting continued several our present ton. "Uut: ," pursued the banker, "tho Fl-
    ' The state wherein each loyal son days and In a single day something A liter la a trills loss than a dry gore !N! the greatest paper l lu ] l1rolle."
    } Collections Holds birthright from true sires
    Typewriting Stenography. Treasures as of a honor, nobly won. like 600 Jewish women were arrested. quart and a trifle more than a liquid "I don't cure if it la the greatest in

    ' TITUSVILLB FLA. And freedom's never dying llres. Although 'the direct connection between quart, and happily there Is only one tho "world" said Mr. Morgan; "I have

    ! tbe great meat selling corpora. liter It Is the same for beans ns' for nothing to say." ,
    CANDY
    A SUjucrnper AVnr.'lion.e.Slcy8erup I EAT 'EM LIKE
    I. Lemaltre. Is of tile forty 1mmoituK" -
    II. .JONES, wnrelioiws Is the tlons of Chicago mid Kansas City and vinegar How long would It take to one PI..MM n., PaUtKhl, "*.", n'. T....font, Iteilluld,
    WADE (TH ns
    pleaded tbo ha likez'. N.v.r Nell,,", w..Uon, ..p 10, 0. awl< M cult
    filea of n Clili'iiKn firm wlili-li has taken the "kosher" butchers of the east sideof get used to the liter and to multiply by "What's that to IIIO queried Mr. p.,.r"lIb.Iouo A..d..Writ... fur *r.. url'1[', unit book I..oM o.

    REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE steps for the erection: of the largest New: York may be difficult, to trace, ten for a decaliter: and( by 100 for a Morgan.\ "I've nothing to nay. loud ITKHI.INU 5555eV ,'mrsNT, 1I1'AO... .. mw Tone.

    Loans and Collections compoxllcv structure of Unit sort in Chi the demonstration' of tbe Jewish women hectoliter which would be a ,little lens mOl'nll1YIlI'rl'IIIIOll he tUl'UI'd.ulon' KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

    co go. The new building In thirteen against tilt' high prices of beef was than three bushels nnd a little more his heel and \left The room leaving

    TlTUSVlLLK FLO III J>A.y''EO. stories til height mid will stretch from both novel and nlgniUcunt. than hVj'ntyslxlIlIons1 The latter Is them both standing [1101'11 pl'. '
    Went Lake street: to almost West
    I Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
    a good enough barrel, nnd there would
    " A. Washington street, being connected bya Seeds Iritt tu Soldier. and Don't Know it.
    WORLEY Russia's Task In Finland. not he different ones for potatoes, beer
    twelve foot tunnel under Went Randolph Flfty-flvo thousand packages of vegetable
    street. With the ground It will Aside from Its other troubles Russia and wine or milk. How To Find Out.
    ATTORNEYATLAW.General and< flower needs' according! to
    roprcKont nn Investment" of about la having a pretty serious task In the 4'lie meter Is equal to 30.311ncbe8, or the Cleveland: Plain. Dealer, lire being Fill a bottle or common flaw with your

    Courts.. practice All businofta In State entrusted and Federal will $3,000,000) and it Is to be ready for denationalization of Finland. Reports little more than a yard. nnd for short sent to time British troops III the Mouth water and let It stand: twenty-four sediment hours or aetr ; a- ,.

    receive prompt attention. occupancy Oil Jan. 15: says the New from Finnish sources of recent disturb lengths; the decimeter Is about four African blockhouses by an English r;=.": tllng Indicates an

    General Counsel for the Tuttle York Times. The dtructure's length ances in connection wltb tbo enroll'ment Inches. It would take very little time IIrui of florists to enable then tu relieve unhealthy condition .

    Miami. Estate will lie (023: feet and width tH; feet. Tbethirteen of the recruits foe the Ilussliin to got used to these lengths and to (IIvldo tIme monotony vt their existence. of the kid

    MIAMI FLORIPA. "floors will contain 700,000 army are now coming to bund. They end multiply them by ten for other .1 neys; If It stains
    siluuru- feet ut 8l'II'U, "'..uvh.. Near ('..u.|.n<*, your linen It Is
    represent that the whole population of denominations: or to learn that the _,,
    AMES Time Italian Kovcrnmeiit bus stationed evidence of kidney
    ANDREWS Xo. British 0'''........ \Vnv In Dot tic. Finland continues to offer' Qrm resist rilAtnnt-e of a kilometer was about flv,,- disputed\ boa tut along tin' count fronting trouble; too

    \ ATTOR EY-AT-LAW. (Some: people 1I11nut.; know that the ance to the new army regulations promulgated eighths of n milo on Mount Vesuvius, warning vessels' to ,. frequent desire to
    I
    Alain office and postofflco colors nit; not no\v ta I'n Into action, with tile vowed object of I Thus It would! sei'in that the adoption )keep: \ at a all tll dUtunco, us the mulu --- the pass back It or Is pain also In
    address TITUS-
    VILLE. Branch office at FORT says the I/ondou Xnvy and Army. Be- the complete UusslHcutlon of the peace of this system, now In operation In precipice lioKIng toward Pompeii is convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
    I'IERCK. fore a corns" proceed on service they loving Finns. mmiy of the commercial nations of the about to fall III. All roads leading to dor are out of order

    Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. tire ptnet'tl safe cuntody us suits such Tile recent demonstrations at' Ilelslngfors world ou"ht'not' to. cause us any special the Muimult are cloned.Stop I What to Do.

    Notary Public /State at Large. honornLIe Inslpiiln/ unil "", I1'n. Johnny and Vlborg were participatedin Inconvenience, while It would __. I There I Is comfort In the. knowledge. ao ,
    home uln' will often expressed: that Dr. .
    comes marching lI they tilt COlllrh Kilmer's Swamp
    by all classes of people. Specially grently facilitate International com .
    TEPIIEN E. FOSTER be alf till fivshpr for not belns; carried l works off the Cold. Root the {rest kidney remedy fulfills every
    nu<
    S through dusty. lands and trying rivers. prominent being wealthy landholders merce. wish In curlnr rheumatism, pain In the.
    The whose It would have and merchants. 'The crowds were Laxative Dromo-Qulnlno Tablets cure a back, kidneys, liver, bladder and everpart

    ATTOltNEY-AT-LAW: Loon lo mon curry tlu-ni duty urd HttiuJ by themtj : eventually dispersed by the police and The Electrical "Review falls to see cold Price In 23ots.: one day. No Cure No Pay of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability

    Sims pulldlng,, the lubt ure iiowmliiis eiujiloyed In the ClI'1111elt II. the latter of wham lire much. If anything that Oxford tinlverslty It to, hold or bad water effects and following scalding pain usa. In of passing liquor,,

    ,. JACKSONVILLE FLA. lean scntituenia) It in I'" useful duties. reported to have behaved with the In Its prexent condition can do for wInd or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant

    greatest brutality, striking down old Anifi'lciui students! and thinks that With, the BtennTdi'p combine declnr necessity of being compelled to go often

    W. ALLEN JenfnCHIt Cannot lie Cured.by men and women and even children about tile only good\ results to come Ing Hint, fho shipping' I IxtidneM has lieconic during tha. day, and to get up many times

    GEORGE local applications they cannot with their whips. The belief Is expressed from thc Ithodes scholarships will IIA improllfnlili1.i ) I Ii.. hccf trust ns' during the night. The mild and the extraordinary ..
    effect of
    ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: !: reach the dUeimed, portion vof the ear that the brutal! conduct of the to Oxford Itlt<>lf. "More nod more 1111 sorting Unit It him lici-n selling incut realized. It stands the Swamp-Root hlgheit for its'Is won loon

    KEY WEST, FLORIDA. Th re Is only one way to cure deafness soldiers was Intended\ to goad ,the people time goes on." nay The Ilcvlew, "It lu nt a IOHH nnd I the coal I companies darful cures of th, most distressing! cases,

    Will practice In the United States and eafness that Is Is. oaiiHcd by constitutional-remodlexi by an ioiitmed/ condition to desperation and thus furnish a being realized that the engineer-that Insisting Ifuit thi't'p, fire no profits Inanllinicltc I If you need a medicine you should have the

    and State Courts. 0jun05XT OH the macoua lining of the Knstnchlan pretext and justification' for measuresof Is, time man who does things the nmi mining' ) It would, ""'t'ns tha best. Sold by druggists tnSOc, andl. sizes.

    Tube. When this. tuba gets In- Increased severity.It who Helzes and uses: the powers of miture further' relief funds, would be In order You may have a sample bottle of thU.

    .8. BUR IJAllr. M. D. lUmOil you have rumbling soundorlm-, is worthy of note that the opposition and who produces results-Is the and wonderful a book that discovery tells.more
    : perfect hearing, and when It Is entirely i lender of advancement and the missionary Thosi who! resolved a couple of dTii': I '
    closed deafness is the result and unless to the army regulations/ has been about It, both sent| ; ; I!
    SURQEON and SPECIALIST the Inflammation can be taken out and so far successful that the period for of civilization.:: The student necks niro not-lo 1 eat any morf high absolutely free by mall

    /} Ear Nose and Throat. this tube restored to I Its normal condition, the enrollment of recruits has been pro- as such, tho"Oxford: don. the contemplative priced' meat nnd. who. an- now experiencing address Dr., Khmer: &. nnm o(II.poR
    i Co., Bln hamtcn. N. When
    y writing mention -
    hearing will be destroyed forever; nine gnawing desire for It
    longed/ six weeks. person Is becoming more and :. a '' might
    this offer In this
    \t cases out of tea are caused reading generous paper.jyi .
    WEsr PALM BEACH FLORIDA. by catarrh ,
    more remote and being left farther clicw awlillv on their resolutions, us
    which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition
    of the mucour surfaces.We The Boston Herald la moved to refer and. farther behind la the. swift advance there seen 10J\ ,; no prospects of ,a

    0 R. nOUQIITOVS will give One Hundred Dollars for to .composing room of the newspaper of modern things.\ Today" It much lower price. :

    any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) olllco as the cradle of the best continues, "It Is doubtful If any young :__ j roeEIIS
    that cannot be cured Hall's
    FLOATING' : DENTAL APARTMENTS Cure. Send] for circulars by free. Catarrh American humor and cites In proof of mnn going to Oxford from the United Tim svlentlstK may he nbl to tell u*

    S on the "Dentos" I, F. J. CUENEY & CO., Toledo. O. the assertion the names of Ilret Harte fitnten would find udvnntagcp bo a good/ (denl. I ii I huh t how volcanic lls

    U-Sold by druggists; ; 73o.; Hall's FamIly !Mark\ ;Twain Mrs. Partlngton, Josh Billings leaves behind. Tomorrow It may bp tllrhn 111'.... hll I PI"'II.i but I there uti-ms to The Farmer

    Tow AT PALM B :,,\CH. Pills are the best. / Petroleum V. Nasby and others. i that tin- Influx( of new students with h,. n ww-ful luck of fiicllltlcx! for deter The Gardenerand

    ,.--- --- .. .. .. .. .. Cuba L'U,... The editor refers to the good old days Dew Ideas' from newer countries may mining when they will happen.It .

    , Foley's Tune "Maryland1. Hy Maryland! of the case and composing stick leaving online a revolution In the method. of The Housewife
    Cure
    Kidney
    The work la. wrought; the cannon's roar It to be Inferred that the Mergehthaler teaching and the methods. of thought Is stated that King.. IMwnrd Approaches Th.yeeat a lutU.nora. They
    makes kidneys and bladder On see or land Is heard no more; sre wuril, C 0"S ill.e
    right.VirginiaHomes The bllttl..'.. rage and tumult cease brand of humor would of necessity of Oxford Itself and perhaps out of n his coronation very seriously' turn. she i'rdu.ry. kuil. a m IVurywiiiie.
    In songs of victory and peace. be a little too much machine made. combination of dignified tradition and hits tils miiJi-Mty lost that PCIIHC of humor Is's sniual rup.

    The hfuvcn appointed task Is done. tincrgt'tle, progressive vitality thus engendered with which ho bus' formerly been D. M.Detroit.PKHMY Mian.* OO.
    The for which
    ciiuKo we fought Is won,
    YOU KNOW W"'T011 ABK TAKING come something better credited
    And
    Cul.u Ilhfsiret "Hem. may
    Is eat In freedoms diadem I When you take Orove's Tasteless Chill than anything that has yet been seen _'_ __ u_ .
    Tonic because tbe formula Is plainly TO Havana's waters, blue and broad In educational! I institutions." -
    lull..ct the righteousness of UoO. printed on every bottle showing that It is 'rake Laxative liroigo Quinine Tablets. .. .....
    And Santiago's wreck strewn shore slmglr Iron and Quinine In a tasteless All druggists refund the money If It huh
    You learn all about Virginia Lands Ilesound his praise forovermore. fo.'iu. No cure, No..pay. bOuts Clininlierlnlii'M Colic, Cliolern and to cure. !C, W. Orove's signature* U on The Largest and Moat Com.

    ita resources products, mode of on)- The 'Islands of the sea rejoice; Diarrhoea Itenifily each box. il.lots.l; elAte Establishment South.
    tlvation, prices, etc., by reading tbe The floods life up their mljhtyvolce; A New \nine F..v It. ----
    Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. From shore to shore the anthems rise The new rrom-h name for typewriting Is everywhere recognized AS the one A no I.".. Nal..llut..
    A nation' grateful sacrifice. remedy that ean always be depended uponand CEO S. HACKER & SON
    for 3 months subscription to the Is dnetyipsraphlt':: tho Cleveland A Ocriimtl iflu-rnlst bun discovered a ,
    that Is pleasant to take It Is .
    Farmer Co., Emporla,.Va. Long as the stars shall shine o'erheaJ Plain l>'-iili'r. It's quite a mouth valuable for diarrhoea.en.pecUIlT perfect substitute for rubber that IK
    summer
    Their In deathless fame shall and live the dead. ful and might be Considered a little Irritating In children: and Is undoubtedly the resilient mid Hf closing! and pruc'Ucally -
    country's glory renown,
    BANNER SALVEthe Their fadeless everlasting crown. If attempted at 2 a. m. It I. means of saving the lives of a great many umveuu Llo.
    The morning breaks; the shadow. flail possible, too. that tbe pretty typewriter children each year. For sale by all drug'
    moat healing salve In the world. Christ's kingdom comes on land and seap might not like to be called a dactylog gists and medicine dealers. In many city hotels the! dining/ room
    The rule of love. the reign of good, .
    rapher but she could readily be shortened
    prices have been Increased but
    Tho whole round world on. brotherhood!' per-
    Rev. Benjamin Copeland In New York to "ducky. d.ar." II The reported plot to kill the young hops some comfort to the diners may
    "' .... BO YEARS' Times. ---
    _EXPERIENCETnoCMAs lit, Last Hope Heallze. king of spain and the old, emperor of be extracted from the fact that the

    Cure. Kczenin' Itching: Humor, [From the Sentinel, (Oebo Mont.) AuNtrla-IIunirury though unsuccessful tips remain at the same old figures.

    IMinpIeM and Carbuncle In tbe first opening of Oklahoma to nerve to recall. what King.: Humbert of

    } Costs Nothing to Try. settlers ID 1MK, the editor of thin paper Italy said about docl.trlnaauch attemptson It Is said that King dward'lI new
    was among the many seeker after for the lives of .1t.111 will almost
    rulers a part of aklngs crown cnMt ns much as a
    B. B. B. (Botanlo Blood Balm) Is now tune who made the big race one /fine day _
    recognized a. a certain and sure cure for la April. During his traveling about trade. real piiminin bat Ills wujcnty must '

    eczema Itch In,;:ahlD, humors, scabs, pim and afterwards his camping upon his bt getting ,"ttrnvfiKiuit.Chamberlain's, MANUFACTURERS OF
    DISIGNS: pies, scales watery blisters, aching bones claim he encountered much bad water, Ioc It Pay to Hey Cheap? I

    ' COPYRIGHTS. 4c. or Joints, boils carbuncles, prlchlnii painIn together with the severe heat gave. him A cheap remedy for coughs: and colds Palo Ilalm Is an uiuiseptlo Doors, Sash, Blinds,
    A n."n." ttJM'erlttltf OMttlln.1'1'.pk, opinion trh and fr C..arpftnflqlikaIy .. wh0th nmf*uriirmlinn the skin, old eating! sores, ulcers, etc. a very severe diarrhoea, which It seemed Is all right, but you want something that liniment, and when applied to
    it m ornil.Mr nllHl.pnuntahlou Iliuidbnokoa CVimmiinl.'ntl'H P..t,14- Botanic Blood Dalm, taken Internally : almost Impossible ta check and along In will relieve and care the most severe and outs bruises and burns, causes them to Me uld ing & Building Material
    iid l
    trlotlro<> <
    ..ur! tiaM. OMmt taitifr tormatiurrI'nlent ,, psLan.' cures tbe worst and most eleep-seated Jnne the ease became bad he expected> dangerous results of throat and lung heal without maturation and much more

    t _...'naUct* t*.*.wilhout n Ihmimh ch.fn Munn.. lu ib( .Co. ,. cases by enriching/ purifying and rltallz- to die. One day one of his neighbors troubles. \Vh; shall :you do? tin to a quickly than by the usual treatment.For Office .* Warerooms' King opposite
    3 log the blood, thereby giving,; a healthy brought him one small bottle of Cham! warmer and more regular ell mate? Yes, salo.byall druggists and medicine Cannon Street.Charleston .

    \ Scientific JIm rian. blood supply to the skin. Botanic Blood I berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea if ponniblo; if not possible for :you, then dealers. S. C.
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    , A**nd nnmlr llln $"''4 ......ltl'. Tulmtun .<.'.... oft'. Balm is the only cure, to stay cured, for : Remedy, as a last hope. A big dune was In either caso take the only remedy tha One of the_rffects<< of tile strike of ,
    : of ny .<>l nllln )..urflaI. 'J''IM"< P. these awful annoying; skin troubles It given him while be was rolling about on has been Introduced all civilized countries -
    'monthi vv Sold blaII ateftITa. heals every sore and elves the rich glow the ground in great agony/ and la a few with success In severe throat, andInnRtroulilosMSoschee'eOermanHyrup" the anthracite miners came quickly. SashV\ Cord and
    i r FIIIJNtI & CouIerosr. New YortBrmLch of health to the skin. Builds op the minutes the lose was" repeated The Tbe operators lost no time la boosting ,

    , ,, OcnooTia: t BU! WMhUudua.. Z).(.. broken down body anti makes the blood 1 good effect of the medicine wan soon It not only heals and 5tlmnlutes the tl- op the selling price of coal. Hardware
    I red and nourlshiug. Especially advisedfor noticed and within ao hour die patient sue t" destroy the germ disease, but al ,
    Clyde Stennishlp T.Ine. chronic, old eases that doctors, patent wan. taking hrll1nl/ ; sound sleep eta aye ,nill.immiiUon causes easy expectoration -
    medicines and hot springs. fail to cure. fortnight. That one little bottle workeda (flresn good night's rest, and cures Window and Fancy alas
    Druggists, 11. To prove I>. B. B. enres, complete care, and he cannot help' but, the "'lent.. Try one bottle. Aeaom-
    Tickets and rnaUns via the Clyde cores sample sent free ood' prepaid by feel grateful. The season for bowel dHf 'meo'{,.,1 ninnr years by all druggist In ..._A SPECIALTY.Foley's .. _.. .
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    Steamship Line can be secured of Chas.H. writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Oa. orders being at band sugglsU this Item. the "rid. You can got this reliable This signature In on every boi o, the Irma I"..
    Walton, at the ADVoCATE ofllce T1tnsville. Describe trouble and free merllcni advice For sale by all druggists arid inerttelBe rem.-"l. "' HII/ Wilson' .* !.Son's. Ort Laxative Uromo-Quini'ne Tsblsta Honey and Tar
    sent in sealed letter dealer.. .
    .
    Ore. "'i Almanac.) tbs r.medy that rur '' V. gold la day for chlldrensafesure. No opiates.



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    rl r If 7I ADVOCATE JUNE 20, 1902.
    COAST

    J 4, EAST : : .


    i AT RHODES'' CLOTHING MEN'SFURNISHING) '

    II EAST ,


    1 1 1 leglsla defeal AND SHOE ,


    AWBSKI.T OFMBMT would (
    I WOmTH the people,
    niU sure to find the newest! $25OOO
    were You are

    ,k I are be that wade a Q and novelties In the above enumerated \ : : :: (

    \\I of -
    Oaaatru H. foster He still has a large assortment
    i&& up Banking

    i .. Flannel Suits, at prices to suit any

    OBaJly. at send assortment of Serge
    V book. A large

    Oheoa..to. dlepen all wool and color guaranteed. White
    the
    River
    41 t H. "WAl/roH, will with the double-breaatSerge
    trousers ; all Foreign
    f Address linen trousers, also the staple
    dispel pure

    I we may; Suits: and Odd Trousers, all these go I 4 f ; .", Ioe. polit
    ;with coi -
    \.'. --. contest author be! make comfort in hot weather. .
    I
    ". 17. 8. ; as South Ills new and full lines of Men's, York, >ni:
    for t.he. \ 1(11( .
    I r I. wll and Children's_ Shoes are factory

    ; i;1 The : ; power, as a re- light"Igb'" but durable. They -
    f (
    it:;, tent week of / system i Oxfords, Sandals.and the different

    l" BA.TK.. this time can lace and button shoes. .

    ip :j 11 : entendei Remember the place. .
    I, 12 ( i rl, and< '
    I, 1.1 CORNER STORE.OPPOSITE T.t USVI ,
    will TilE 1
    :
    I, 14 -fJ( < R.W. RHODES BANK.
    .1 15 for offlc : TILE
    18 8! their hos -- i
    : ..-. -' .....
    17
    tit; Total : octopu --I FOR PROSECUTING ATTOR.

    ; Departure \ the got ANNOUNCEMENTS.Announcrmentt friends to :No. 262
    Being urged by many
    week: i I hereby announce myself as a .
    from that oWe. of prosecuting : :
    ? for the office
    It minus L.G: surrender lirevard county subject to the
    vwltr tliin heading art
    ail the Democratlo primary to be
    favorlnj; $5.00, payalitf/ in" advanre J"lyI5tb. 1003. If nominated and

    ;1 d l lr f their Idea ed, I will give the office the
    WIE men an A VOICE FKOXl THE PEOPLE, service I can. Hoping/ that my ,
    will meet with favor at the i iHreval'd'
    : and we name FORT PIERCE, May 7, 1002.! cy Democracy, I am,very '
    r for
    j lij 1'' the fact i merely down BELIEVING It to be to the best interests fully, Q. A. ( .

    of the people of Brevard county
    '1 other him Wade II. Jones represent us In :
    to have COUNTY
    FOR
    I a "wind" he see the next Legislature, we respectfully

    hlj,\{ or becaus JULY him in BO him their support at the coming pitmary and valued friends in this section, (
    : on the 13th of July. nonnced In a former Issue of the ,
    and other MANY TAJI'AYElCS decided to again
    GATE, I have
    ward to I It' re-election :
    perhaps self as a candidate for
    The to SillY To he Democratic Voters. of Brevard olllca of( County Commissioner &c.
    Jump will that the County: tilct No. 1. I very much "
    it will be in I wish to announce my candidacy for past support given me so !, -- ---
    factor
    d ; subject to the action of by the residents of Bievard county;
    4 ::1 4 the kind thai the the Legislature Domocuillo, .nilcnarles to be held should they again honor me with :: : t

    a, on the. its July J5th. Regarding my democracy and confidence at the coming: !
    alto efficiency, the voters are perfectly faml primary on July 13th, it will be
    If nominated I will, \ use my best en- most endeavor to serve the
    i }1 A ; convlnc. deavorn lar. to serve the people fnlthfull1 the; future as honestly as I have
    energy of the die My platform of principles will be made past !giving the office and !: per 1,000.
    t ; present himself ol' known to the voters individually and on best service I can-not !:
    ,, '\ of good made cheap.
    ,
    t yard D bj the stump. Very respectfully absolute necessity '
    W. II. MCFAIU.AND. county. Thanking my friends
    ',+' '' 'and Soutl: favors and trusting/ they will .
    N sufficient represen- with their votes at the coming URK.'I, : :

    ville Butler, FOB TAX A'SSE8SOK. I remain, yours truly, ..

    ,J and the AttorneyGeneral.'W' others we I beg to announce myself as a candidate the- JOHN R.
    men-with for the office of Tax Assessor for -
    1 I works as of Brevard, subject to the actionof
    pton. who County the Democratic piituary, to be held on Theany friends of G. F.Duren

    o AFTEU In their Tuesday, July 15th. Tru ttnjt to receive by announce him an candidate for
    all friends, I am, very Commlmiloner for the first ,
    and\ are the support of my ty
    lioan ; tube held ...
    with. respectfully, R. H. binrWABT. .abject to the primary
    I> !:
    13th: of Jnly. Prates.
    .. but the
    ,
    "" ly hereby announce myself as a cundl | \ building; in
    and not permit date for re-electtim to the ofllee of Tux: of \ are located
    + i1' Voters
    the have no Assessor, subject to the n.e.IIID. of I he prl To the Democratic l to any
    1 held Julv 1.1th. U ('ounty: Apineclatlng: your Bluff F'a.
    \ suicide election to be> : : \ :: !
    t ator Q' mary fill the dice as well sontldrnce I I. the pair, and fueling! ,
    before the elected I will try to .
    ; the "
    dlnchaieed
    :
    i, Mr. The In the,future' an I have In the l past Soliciting 1: I have faithfully and fully ; i
    the olllce. Iho RUp.'tyt all \ CrataIre. >osed upon me;

    cracked to main, respectfully, J. P. WOUTIU ny past commissioner's
    seemingly __ I i nnhle me to serve you even more sr
    future I hereby
    "" ; ently, In the
    [1 >' ''\ THE Florida iron TAX COLLECTOR.I ) myself as n candidate fur '". ''
    DNtiiot
    Commissioner
    *. myself use a candl 'oiinty
    acres of oars under hereby re-n..III\tl.n nnnounce: fur the oflica cof i md ask your united support\ at : ', Oinnt,
    t dicate in i we lire'ln I Tax Hate Collector fur of liruvurd County siili nafy to be held on July I5'h.J.' R. ; \ |
    Dade 'eapectfully,
    I to the notion of, the approachlai(
    j dispensar; jest .
    and will be pleated _

    III. ,, history the advocate, am Democratic to receive primaries the support, of.my W. friends.K. HALL.. To the Democratic voters of ::

    1?} and determine! couutr: I hereby announce myself = ) ; $t.2S
    the ;
    nomination at
    aims of ; ennd'date fur re -
    through at myself as candi County :
    will be I ben to announce Hsrarlo primary In July"
    I / legisU date for the oflioe of Tax Collector: tor niUsloner for District No. 3; and
    come, to tbe< with
    subject
    by i Its the County of Brevard taxpayers are acquainted
    ,r r: prove a "Eterna, action of Democratic primary to be bel record, I trust they will\ favor me : FLA
    on Tuesday, July IRth.\ Trusting to reoelv heir united support. As most .
    1 liberty. *", the support of my many friend, know, I am strongly In favor of
    ? b, I am, your truly, roads, or anything' else tbat may
    favor of ] ...... Girt. P A. [c III.L"Jl. tairiti" the pioxpeiity of our count' State.
    Senator. Yours very ti'uly, R. A..

    people with Pre. FOR COUNTY TREASURER.At -
    record i UnlveiSHty, and solicitation of mimany : ; Co.
    J '\A'1 ( ; the request I[ We, the tax pl\yeta"f the 3rd
    ,
    C unty
    lUiknem the
    \ way in fi.lends throughout earnestly le-lr the election of
    i A hlsolYei, hereby\ announce my""U'ftII a onndlduU the Dell for the office of County
    at
    < that Instltu for the offlr-o of County Tiensurer ,. loner for the Did I ( d I stitot, subject ,
    IJlh: 1W\ :;'J
    ,
    f in eompar, coming primary election,July action of the Dvmorintio '\
    that Mr.( KUg- I F have never> heietofoie. caught publk J ulyj., lUu l li. It IK biped. by hIS
    elf wHhdiawInu i llloe, and It elected( will serve the pen well-wishers that he *\lll be

    on think In it the!I. ple. Very unit JOHX:yours. 11., WYSS at the coming I'rlimrT.MANY TAX .

    t has done college year, System.
    ..of Professoi :
    I Intend Iw'lng a candidate fur CountyTreAmirer ;
    Indicative .f l hereby, announce myself as a
    1 THE: at the Democratic pr(mary tobe '
    or (
    le-elcc'lxu au
    that ll"e( for
    ; I believe
    of held July 15th: lOOi.\ ,
    ': for the requited by the StateCommittee "Inner for tbtl fourth" District, (
    J last of the depart, the 11'IAllIllJl\llon"' for( voters to nominate county to the !action <>f the Democratic

    to his date lust tl'a a large/; uly 15th, 100-2. .
    ;1 the depart (,dlicersis unfair and unjust .Tonx C. Ju. : Con.
    I who vote
    ,
    l the an an number of our bent citizens : personal
    emphatically -
    I
    in both our county ticket. am
    1' a man In favor of the pl'lmury.YRt"m. but I am At the request of friends, I .
    j all the time for home rulf. All voters ounce myself as a candidate fur
    and .. who
    l r inalttled by the laws of this state. flce ol County Commissioner
    several will\ pledge themselves to vote for out ourth District subject to the ..
    the lent nays Bounty ticket should be entitled to vote of the Democratic voters, at their ,
    [ death of were re- kt the pilmary t<. nominate said ticker. try, July 15th, 1U"2.:
    Rock be'roasurer
    from
    'If elected Treasmer, I Intend to II. I. .
    lucky found a sail belonging to no Imttltutlon! : .. and toilet
    -
    Mr.: Buyer ant hay
    '
    combinations
    .i made no and with
    uivlug ()
    of the 5th ( ;
    .
    the
    They therefore, I h.vei WE, taxpayers
    made ;
    :/ hIlt no promises
    re-tleotion of the
    the per
    to Pies ., to break. Trusting I will be fay- nrnestly desire )
    1 IT Is and tow >red m. with a vote by all who believe I amI'uilifled Sell for the clues of County hi Co ( Manager.
    proved
    has
    amounted Mr. Bell
    to HI! the office, I remain,yours loner. -
    Russell :! good; honest straightforward
    1. truly, JOHN IlKNBY. of the Board lie hue done ,
    : corded Iriegularl- jlood roads In the pineapple
    in \[ ve drlnk- Jrevard than any other '
    GAME WARDED. and It la hoped !
    bad
    Lamar, / to the FOR FISH AND we have ever ,
    that he will be
    well-wishers
    candU Quelly.
    in the v's Kidney I hereby announce myself a*K many
    .'11 Son. late. for the position of Fish and Game lated at the coming primary
    all arden of Brevard county, and solicit MANY : !! !

    reports ...... he support of all Democrats at the comIng : : : : ;
    to this primary. R. A, HARDKB. FOa RAILROAD : LOUis.

    of the says: Recognising- fully the right
    is foot by Tues.being FOR PROSECUTING A TTOR. Y. irraers and producers to more
    his train oandlite lion nt the hand of the Florid
    myself "as a
    : and Captain I beg to announce for theCounty rnad Commission, I solicit the ,"
    we can of the entire :. for Prosecuting Attorney
    : who )
    an of Brevivrd. at the comlnr Demoratio. of all Democrats approve
    eclaratlon of principles an set
    Tuesday
    .Primary to be held on \
    the.
    en Copies of mr :
    the platform.
    ponent >T SORES July 13,of 15MU!, nd hope friend to receive .my>nt to any one by addressing me all
    at J. B. apport my many
    quite popular| F. J. \" EBB. Palm Beach, Fla. R. Ui'Dsos



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    COAST ADVOCATE, JUNE 20. 1902. 5 _

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    Stuart.The Melbourne. Eau Gallie. GEORG MARX. JOUN MARX.
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    100 i Per Cent '1'VI. ..::Ff: B <>S.

    sunsets have been very beautiful OUOniC As ODE.-R..I .tste 'anti txuuiii Mrs. Peek, of Melbourne, was In Eau _
    since the eruption>> of Mont Pelee. AnntforKtna, London anti Liverpool ..ni. Gallic, culling. on friends, on Tuesday. _
    Glob, Provlrtmine WfUhlnKton, anil Hun KlraInmirance. WHOLESALE
    Rain baa fallen in torrents several days Social. uttnnlloo paid 'to the 0. B Oiffordof 1"Ibball, was the guest GROCERS
    PItQFIT( -WIThIN during the past week, and It Is very wel. internaLs of DOIl-reeldeoLa. of Mr. .anti Mre.A. It. Hodgson on Sun- _

    come. =r- Subset Iptloc1 for the ADVOCATM, day last. Fruit and Produce
    A YEAR.Do A. L. I.nne made n business trip to the pink paper of the East Coast, will be \v. .1. Nosbltt! was laid up with a bil Jobbers.

    Palm Beach, ou Monday, returning on received at the Melbourne Fostoffioe. lon Attack,' this week, but again. about
    Tuesday. all muni.

    Stanley Hitching and sister, Miss Amy Charles T. McBride is making quite a Mist Mozell Williams, of Melbourne Corner Buy and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. _

    You Want It ? Kitching, visited friends at Tlbbals on move In Melbourne real estate. WRIt the guest of itt iss llodgsou, for the

    bunday.:! Miss Mozel Williams has spent the past week. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED _

    IV SO, J. S. Ichole,' representIng S. J. Sligh! past week in East Gallic. TIme steamer Canaveral! having her

    A Co., brokers and packers of fruits and It rained for fully 24 hours lust. week, annual overhauling on the Nelson ways, PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.

    Send Your Address vegetables, was here Monday. and boa done much good to growing nl Tltusvllle. !Seed: Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow Pens. In tieason.

    Shirt waists all the B. Kltch- crops. rains 'the week In
    are go. Heavy luring pant
    6..We solicit consignments, of Fruits nnd Vegetables.
    I IDg, our postmaster, started the ball roll- Mrs. Mary Wlllhlta came from Jacksonville this disti lot have greatly benotittod the _
    TJ. Idg and the boys soou fell in line. citrus fault trees. .. .
    -
    last Friday to spend. a few weeks -- -- ------- ---

    Stuart's vote Is solid for A. A. Boggs In Melbourne. '. Tire Walden Grove, Mrs. S. E. n....- KALE CROP. Order for-Publlcntion.I '

    A. 1(. KEARNY of Cocoanut Grove, who is a candidate Sam Martin, on board his launch the hour's Hue property la showing great -J.- ,
    for the legislature from Dade county. growth since the recent rains.
    Dreamer returned homo lost
    Filday- flxFtlA K SI'ItIYSSM, FLA.: June I fl, HIDEa ) -'. CIlU't'lT: "Ot'RT Or THK MRVK1TII
    I R. R. RICOH'S launch and U. E. Styp. from Sebastian. A. It. Hodgson Is having a chimney ,IN.Tiiillulitl t'lraiiitor Jl'lnrld l In Hint for D...
    > 128:! PEARL STREET, man's oat boat were out on the marine Miss Kate Martin has returned home erected In the north room of Huthven Elil"( t Con ft A.II'III'I// varil County In C'huiiuery.KdrsStanford .

    railway, this week, being overhauled. home after a successful terra of School cottage, his homo on Magnolia avenue Kale la such a useful crop to have on William\ 'r. Wells Wells l |
    ,
    I New York. Giaham King/ candidate for the legislature teaching at Gosllngsville. The steamer Kathleen, Hodgson liroa'. tho farm that I would like to say a few, liiiNhnnd, ftDd1
    .1 words In Its behalf and try to get a few VHT Order for rubllcatlon.
    and ,
    Richard\ Smith, candidatefor Messrs. A. J. Ooode() and Will Scott' tug, returneir Saturday last, from Cocoa, more farmers. to (grow It us a winter crop.I Itnnlnl MoOmvll'e I IMs
    tax: assessor, were In town Tuesday.We made visit Melbourne\ where the vessel was engaged In towing wire Ktimm II.
    [Mention the ADVOCATE.] a to Bench Ust lumber. Kale Is one of those catch crops that (',,"vlllll. )
    I to that the White Monday night on a turtle hunt.Joseph .
    are pleased see ; sometimes far more profitablethan
    r proves To Hsnli-l, MnPonrllla Km: ma H. l"n'on"III",
    __._ _
    City and Tlbbals correspondents have Williamson of Mtcco was In The recent rains have brought down the /general run of .standard crops. N... lif.'t "K" Street N W. Wuhlngtnn l>. C.Wh .
    ? burled the war hatchet and smoked the : numerous alligators from the buck woods It can be HOW at any time during tho ...ra..s mllilnvlt hiss. '...n fllml In the above
    West town, Tuesday, on the county road business. ,', .
    Palm Beach. "Ioe y the utturnuv fur time .omlllIlnalll.l Umal
    pipe of peace. Ho is an earnest worker for any. The eaiirlana: uva Boon dally: In the waters full and winter months, and being per you .urn fstili ovi.r twnnry.i scars of age and

    'v. H. Lawrence and wife, who now thing for the good of the county. Our of our harbor feotly haidy never falls to make a good raslila wlthnue Ilm Hut. nt Flnrlilft. aiL at theaitilroM
    all the South Atlantic and nliovo "Iv..n "'0., ;
    Miss Harris' departure, last Saturday, reside at Palm Beach, arrived In their county needs more of such energeticmen. ; ChrU.. Hoehr ban launched his schooner crop through : Nu.w tterotmre, It is ftnlerttil that you appear
    after a two months' stay, was deeply regretted yacht, Tuesday, to attend to the shipping the Xlnmid, and will sail for Black Gulf states. It Is an excellent crop to to the lull, :; otcioiiiil: |: lnt Hlml:: In till! cnns* >c th.
    ot the follow sweat potatoes, and with a little Clerks olll... nf this ounrt sc TltusTlll. riortilit. ,
    by her hosts of friends.& their pineapple crop. Messrs. F. W. Sample and G. W. Wilkinson Point, Dude' county, us soon an cargo extra care aD/I" little extra fertilizer cun an tIle 4th ..IIor Anitnit, A. 1) UN J.

    ' Mr. Robert Fetlrt, of Philadelphia, a W. E. Rea will take a three months'vacation of Sebastian; and Harry Sample, and fittings ate on board. be made to yield a fairly good retuin AI VOCATK.Tin onlnr piilillslivilBtTltiisvill*I III l 11ft iiilillshnilln In time*, Vlnrld EAST COAST,mince

    "Princeton boy," Is guest/ of his uncle, starting this week. Mm. Rea of Fort Pierce; Chiules Bolton, of Mall Our harbor held quite n Meet of fishing; when so planted. It Is not like the oabbagein us week for four aonsnnntlv work AnuS copies
    Mr. Henry Petltt, of Pelican Lodge, fora will act as bookkeeper for Waltor Klch- bar; and O. F. l Pacldison of Eau; Gallie craft during/ the recent blow. East U &llle thntlt' reuisirtcucelsbqrate) prepara-,) will be ,mulled to molt of the
    few weeks' stay. Ing during the coming business rush. were In town last Saturday evening, to hall the host hatluir, In a storm, on the tl .n such ss sued buds, eta, etc., for It .I."r..r nmls thn cminty copy pustsil within *twenty t the C'nnrtMOIIMO tiny
    attend the Maaonlo Lodge meeting. Indian River, and boatmen well know It. docs boat by planting the sued where tho frtini tim" nrnklnv hureitf.Dim .
    The Ladies' Cemetery Improvement Pines are beginning to go; forward. plants are to grow saul 1 nrtlerail. '1 *t the (Dork'Ortlre at Titus.lll .
    Association has entered Into a contract Our shippers are In no hurry as they Mrs. Treutler left for Chicago this Land Idlo .allmimmorand allowedto 1' '',, Klurlilit, thU lath lny or June A. D. IWM.t. .
    with Chas. Miller to shell the avenues in do not want to help stock the market WAS WASTING AWAY.-The followIng week, where sho Intend upending the lying rank luxuriant [ ..II'j] A. A. STEWART
    Lakeside cemetery.Carl with green fruit, which will bring down letter from Robert It. Watts, of Siilem. next threo months Mrs. Treutler ha" grow In vegetation ork Circuit. Cnurn of Hravunl' 1 Coimtv.KvU. .
    pi Ices. Mo Is instructive: "I have been left !Hubert Mcndol in charge of her Eivu suits It )best/ ; such land If plowed In October A. Stewart, Ixpnty, Clerk.
    Schubrick has surprised his and turning nil trahli such as wtwds) (sat), M. ROIIIIINS.Holinluir .
    many I troubled with kidney disease for the last Gallic absence.
    property duringiser for Complainant \lljNotln
    friends by taking unto himself a wife. At a meeting of the Democrats of this five )'eRrI. I lost finals and never felt grass, etc., comlotolYllnrlor) anti applying .
    This event may explain his long absence precinct Friday night, M. U. Johns was 'well, doctored with leading physicians Capt. llonnett will pluoo a new powerful about .six hundred! pounds per macro ------

    from our midst. Mr. and Mrs Schu elected executive committeeman, to represent and tried all remedies suggested/ without motor In his house-boat, the Rqches.tAr of fertilizer broadcast/ nnd mixing well In .Alvtshlcmithois J.'or Tax need.
    brick will make Vest Palm Beach their this precinct. Mr. John attend. relief. Finally tried Foley's Kidney In tho near future, and have the vessel the soil by moans" of burrowing cannot -
    permanent home. ed a meeting of the committee at Miami, in 'Unit-class order for the coming fall, to give profitable results. This fertiliser .
    Cure, and less than two bottles completely *I* lierohy given time Kilwln I 11. tkwaisil I .
    last ""lnh1l"811u8Iuell". Mr. Bennett l la In KauQallle should high In potash aud ; :
    Saturday. cured and I am now sound and analyze nitiHsor' t)f Tax CuirtiIeate, Nn, 44, mtt.I the
    The pineapple packing i la at Us height, mOt for>> the summer.TheXinmaL phosphoric ncld; six tuP..IRhl per cent fat,h .h.y lit.'"1.., A"!9. 1"1'1.' has niml maui cirtiC.'ate -
    and, notwithstanding the drought the well. Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son. of acid and eight cent of In m.vnfflisnd. hn* nmilo uppllcatlon' for
    I pines are turning/ out well. To quote a WAR IX-If you have kidney I III In the waters of Indian phosphoric per tax utetul\ to Issue In socnrilMnne: with law, 14s1t
    would be about what Is wanted.After .
    .
    bladder tumble and do River and Is furnished potash mirtlltiiiilfl "inliniii' '' the impS lowi n., doerlliHiltrnp '
    Boynton packer "We are turning out not use Foley'sKidney Fort Pierce.Since onco more !! I the fertiliser lias li,'''n applied It ] rtv sltiintfiil llrevsrtl oonnty, Flnrlits' to-
    IS'a to :20'tf.! and It Is hard to find them as Cure you will have only yourself with a now gasoline motor, manufactur should bo left itlotio until at lotist one wit: All of ""-"tlnn IS, INiwnslilp, 30 {*onih of
    small as the latter size." to blame for results) as It positively cures ,- ed by 1'itlnier UI'US., of Cosuob., Conn.O Kmim :'IS Fast. lbs snlil" limd! :Iwluir 'nss'ss,il sttliw
    rain hits, fallen no n" to allow the ::
    be good flat nf i hlsHii I inAoof siieh I certIficate. In the I
    all forms! of kidney and bladder diseases. U. (SliYiird, her owner, Is to con.
    pleasant things are said of the : the rains the mosquitoes hav' soil to iiHsimllate lit,' feitlllznr. iisinaof. II. II. FUokiitl! (Inliw. e"hl ".rtlll,''''''
    Many
    Sold B. R. Wilson time to hU ..
    Jb Sot I
    by ; jtl'atuIILtll.1 on Improvement Such I in reiliinnmd" nrcoriltiiK to law tax ". '1
    seed ilrill the seed then
    If had
    present management of the Troploal Sun beeo quite bad here launch. Tho work wait done III Hodg ono a can wilt IMSII thnrooti on 94tti duty. of June A l) liiotf.Vltinm .
    on every side. Uarry L Brown has made son's yard.J. bo plan ted about( eighteen Inches) between \ niv nllli'lul lirnatura' snil nul thl> tIme
    " himself popular among all conditIons J. F. Woolen of Cocoa, was a pleasant the hills and throe feet between (drill ; t-Jiul slimy of Mny, A. I 5. \!WI.r.j .

    ! of men-to very say nothing of the "fair" Goslingsville.Ltttlo I i I I I visitor In town on Saturday. A. Gilbert Is jllllt completing the If one has not thn seed 'dilll, fun owe misty [ C'lnrk B.f Circuit (',,mirt of A.Hravsnl A. STE:County WAJtT: ,, Fla.

    sex May prosperity attend him. Rufus Stewart, of Hmntley, wan In erection of a brick chimney and one of he opened up veiy shallow and .seed
    town from Saturday till Monday visiting the most handsomely polished>> and carved dropped by means of a bottle with a quill
    Cashier Geo. Brannlng, of the Dade Pat de Steuben has been quite friends. mm'bio mantles ou the East Coast." In It regulated so us to only drop three For Hnlo.
    County State Bank[ Is known as Farmer 111 this week. Mr. Crngan had the contract for the or four seed at a time. After that aboard -

    Jlrannlng these days. In his new country (I. C. Bock to Don't forget the fourth of July cele. work. Mr. Gilbert unmaking other Improvements can be run along the fuirows to An Ideal home on Indian River; about
    home he Is devoted to the free frenh 'White on was a pleasant. :visitor bratlon. A grand time !is promised al to his Eats: Gaille property. cover the send and then rolled to press seven acre of land ; good house, paintedand
    City Saturday.The
    air, pumpkins, peas and pines. He who attend. .-. the soil to the seed si> Hint when It germinates '- l In good. repair; fruit trees, shade

    shipped twenty-nix crates of pineapples Ice cream party at Miss Mabel : Services were held In tho Baptist HANCOCK'S LIQUID :SUi.IMIUKcure It will have 1\0111111011 to grow In. trees tropical shrubs And Mowers. A.

    one day last week. rngg's home was eujoyed by all. I church last Sunday. Large congiega: Prickly Heat) In one application, at J. When the plantsai-e about three I Inches never falling\ spring of pure water.. Price

    The Board of Trade hold.. their meetings The recent rains have made the piner' tlon wore In attendance. U. cieven's drug stoie. high they should be thinned out to one moderate, good reasons for nelllug. For
    'In the Ladles' Club ies and forest glad and feel I In a hill and all blanks tilled up with further particulars, address,
    rooms, every our people box social for the benefit '
    The dlrcussloos There was a these timl cmi tigs. Future treatment con. L. W. 0.,
    Wednesday evening. happy. of the Episcopal church last Friday Cure ADVOCATK Tttusvllle Fla.JtKAL .
    and of publlo I Interest that Rockledge-Cocoa. slut In frequent' cultivation and clean ,
    questions Miss Kittle Martin wont to her homeat evening,: at the Fort Pierce hotel. The culture and should the weather get extra
    before that to
    come august body, seem Melbourne last and had of $ij: was cleared -
    magnificent sum
    Saturday a severe, a good means of protection Is by
    be handled with much Judgment and : M'rATI FOil SALI
    thought, and give ilsu to aome byplayand pleasant visit with her folks. Special thanks are due to tbe ladies who Oeo. (Glngras has E. W. Wai I ace's boat, throwing: a good. furrow with turning

    wlttlcl. from the Not long two, ladles went worked hard( for the success of the affair, the Miihte: hauled out for the summer at plow to each side of the plants then partially -
    rn-judging lepoitot ago young
    aluo to Mr. ,xnd Mr.*. Tyler for the use (If hU I covering the sterna which are the AM Administrators: of the Estate of
    the last meeting. calling, .and a snapping turtle ran themhomnsm. !place.
    heir com mudlous hotel. numt frost bllt !n, being the tender- Wllllmn Treutler ,deceased, We olfer at
    easily
    Thursday evening Hut 1tb.! > the charmIng One was HO tightened sue tinned .-.---- Monday nod! Tuelt.l.ty an extensive. est part of tho plant, I"hate sal* thus fallowing described neal

    home of Mr. aud Mrs. John Beach pale. INTERESTING TO ASTHMA 8UFFFREKS. for,,nt (lie was raging on Menltts Islaud. One good recommendation for grouting Jt-talo.: belonging to said Estate': :

    was made merry by a "cob-web" parts, The new scho 1-hoiise has been completed .Daniel Haute of Oiterville, above and back. of lodlnnolii.Capt. Kale I I. that It Is a good. I I ionic for all No. I. Hold.

    given In honor i>f their gtit: sr, !Miss\ Mona. -or finished In good, shape-and Iowa, writes : "1 have had asthma fur 111'11.1 well anti Mrs.. W. Il.bharpr, stock In fact, It Is nn excellent. tonic forman No. 2. All of H* of NK}, /Section 31,
    HarrlH, of .liickKouvlllo. Delicious rfreHhmuntH the schulais aud teacher are happy and Inf ; were In 'ItuCkledlle. Tuesday and beast alIke, anti If the qualiiluH
    three or four yemi and have tried about City I'ulnt Towimlilp :ar.Houth''', Kang IJ1: East, covered -
    were served, and then the unravelling doing good \work./ all the cough and autumn. ouellin themm : shopping at ';e... Hatch's store.CUrtnce along thIs llnr were better known It with water, King In said Eau Uallto

    of the web 'wux faguilv' conten Dupont A Mlcldfeton's launch, hazel ket and have received treatment I from : who h.ts: been III for, would hn more popular among stockmen River and Euu Onllle Busy\ contaIning
    Hoyetr.
    ted. The prize wna. (It) by Miss Clarkr, D., Is In tine ruunlng urder. It takes a physlomns Now Ynik mini other cities, few works at his brother %Walter', and farmers generally/ If an animal, I..tIt about !IO saies, mqie or less
    of U-tytim.t, and K. J. Ralley a bu cow hog nr wen n chicken goes off
    little benefit until I tried ,
    combination of steum and sail to keep bilL /get" very nnd liU lo No. 3. Sold.
    on
    Improving way r..covol'1.IIMIII'tIiMII
    At the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A. ahead of her, or bent her now. Foley's Honey and Tar which gave me Its feed Ilioie Is not li.I UK, that: tone upl.s N<.. 4. That portion of SWlf, Section
    Wilson :vt'rln.IIt.re. TlnimUy Immediate ,relief. and I will never be '' MItes daughter of SnptMima system like a few food of green Knlo., I
    evening :21, Township 27 :Scull, flange' 37 East,
    the lth, their daughter/ :Miss Kernn. Captain Mulllhan took the following without It In my houn 1 sincerely' leo of llonaveniure! III the guest of always use It In winter on my milk cow*. fiomtrmnclng a point 870 feet West JromNortlionst
    and Mr. Mark Holly were marrivd by party to the beach on Sunday : Misses om mend It to( a I. Sold by Wilson A Son. Miss Vent (Illbbs this week, at her home It should ba nhoppnd'iip by running It corner post ou Section line
    K. Mastic,, Mabel Gregg/ and Mabel Brad- I through n feed\ cutter and mixing! In 4
    I the Avenue.Mrs. .
    tilt Kev. Mr. turRln, In I lime presence of on ,IIrlrelllll.IIIIO. feet Mouth of laid &f
    ---- as
    lord and Mesnrv. Gibbon and Bradford It
    ; brim, and cotton seed meal, und I rln the Immediate relative.) awl filends. Mtsdames Uiegrf and Bradford 'Matters II. K. Brown accompanied Archdeacon makes an Ideal feed when thus utilised ; Section' line for a *tni I Ing point: thence

    The bride I Is a very popular young lady, Cecil Uivgg, Oliver Bradford and '1'. Jeff Georgiana. Brown on his' Coooit, tm'lp| last. stock of all kind.... relish, It very. much run Mouth 4:1: feet, thence Kast IOU feet, '
    and Mr. Holly occupies the responsible consult Lr. W. thence Mimetic 4M! feet thence West to
    de Sleubon. All had MO enjoyable time. Sunday thai ahe might In the Inlands of Jer"eyan,1 Uueiiney : ,
    position bookkeeper cashier of the L. iitmghiett professloually. have Section line thence North 623:! ft, thence
    best milk cattle
    Q. O. Strohm: Co., which In Itself would Miss Nellie Owen returned from Granton where aihotir originated Rust 717 feet more or less, to a point 100
    place the y'.ung man In the foremost TEN TEARS Itf BED.-R. A. Gray, Saturday. It I III wnncleiful how quick the curl, Kale Is one of their stund-byw. fur feet West of Southwest corner of plat of

    t rank nf integrity/ *and 'popularity. Our Oakvllle, Ind., writes: "For ton years I "Bachelors' hall" Is d..l'ted-.ome caused by the exceeding dry weather, feeding for milk production, and coinpa Harno thence !Month in O feet, thence
    I heartiest congratulations) are extended was confined to my bed with disease of comes out of the loaves of orange tree its favorably with cabbage In that rePflot. Kftst 700 feet to West side of K. E. U.
    home others to Miami.
    , going fall of four Ireland thousands of tonsnf
    to the happy pair.A ray kidneys. It was so severe that I after the generous rain I grows Hallway\! right/ of.way, thence North on
    cfub could not move part of the time. I consulted Hervoy Bower left. last week for St. Inches, of lust week. It yearly tortiothng| but cow feed, West tide of> F. E. (,I. Railway right-of-
    social has been formed the the of
    by and knows high quality
    lending men of time town, to be called the the very best medical. skill available Autfiintlno to join his father, who has We are sorry to learn' that O. Currier the Perry everyone butter made there) the| same way IX) feet thence FastS to point of beginning -
    but could get no relief until Foley's been I hum for some< lime.Aicliln rsllrond, .,
    liit* been laid 1 up at hi. home Newark, excepting rlahtiif-wsy
    Utopia Club, which signifies harm..ny.jll..tlcl. U trim .,f Dunmark nnd! Hweilmi, whvretliw
    LappinesH, '., virtue. and all mba Kidney. Cine wa leonminoniled. to rmit CJiatulmrs left on Thursday :.V. .1.. with sprained knee' giving / him fnp| ..t butter In I he world.. made, soIliit thniuKh saul ""1,1. Conlulnlnff about\
    graces" given to mortals. The membership lias hwn a MnilHeud: <" ma. Hold by WiMdiliigron Ua., to upenn the mimmer .some I lioiil It lit and discomfort' but at )lust '. K tie I* no'donbr, line of 'the bent aero I I"hullntll":l / ('ollnl, ","
    ! Is. y. Only men aieellitlble B. K. Wilson & Son. with bio fileuds' .tlfUIl. Hull And family.Mr report was Impiovlng.! IIHerlll.ary| fevds the dairymtn can u*.,. truri, 1 him a % niing itroveof 1101' or ()MX)
    .
    mtlmber8hl. triou It snd. artvKlno >well etc.
    I : to .;, a ludiea' evening, *. Maude Wagner and little daughter Everybody I* looking for sweet potato I might! |''.Int to the different varietiesof sn
    however, I 114 set apHit" and an evening for Eden. vine and dmws since the ruins. L.-' thin useful vttiretnhV, emil give tuvpiefru'iicM No. A, .-"I".t flout. hi-ficr. corner of
    Heroics from :Miami
    >
    came nn
    admissible card of nr It hit IIIIMI., or formerly, 'o'' nd by J. L.. Har
    public reception, by .r Thursday for a few weekn' visit with everybody that ha'* tho ground !put out f.>ra iiitrilo'tlitr: vnrlt-ry.
    Invlt..tl E. Qruber, vlce-preoideni ; J. W. Sanders, Mr.. J. H. LeTourneau entertained the c.in There, Is nothing 'much, Iwtrer In Iriiilx! "'1111 5 I bit I lltind feuding In H nuk, the cik t..':?'du.s. tii InMindiiry, of land l.longinu -

    ecre'aryV.; II. s>|,ltzer: trens. ; Messrs.Chllllngsworth Point Lrfco Club, Wednesday afternoon.) A. L. Hruner minI daughter Miss the line than a good Florida" IIrllwn sweet lull) coich' vailetv, I I..* the Ix-st ; but for t<> It in. TtfiitlV-i, tlipitr' Rnst along
    /: Laluhart and :tlOhm:! executive Beth'', Mrs. II. 1C. Hughes and niece, xitato.Archdeacon. inarkiand icsrnUhlnK: innpo.es. the 4 4 .HfO'l'Mi line< which l I"' I Ilm North boundary .
    eonimliteu. The rw'msover the Pineapples are being shipped daily In Miss Winnie Dlxitn went iliopping at Msrk's Tlwoif ciirlml varlxilvn /HI,' t
    new store building being built for Anthony small quantities, from tlio large plantations. Rockletlgu, / on Thursday.Mr. church,U. V.discoursed Ilrown l at on St.the sub ..tliled.\ I. theirfore., hope all u'f yourriMilirw ..r' Kllmw: crack lhrnf West along bank:
    Brothers, l>y Mr. Jefferson, will Episcopal. will give this nil hontmt tilnl of *slr! crrrk In ,point ,.1 ln-wlnolnir being
    prob..bly be the huiue of the club, and Mrs. W. Klchaids and Mr*. Rook. and !llrlDold..lo and charming. ect of "Lessons! from volcanoes the eruptions" last of whfii, I they will 'tlnd nil this to I b.. nn'lIa. In -corIon ,II 1. .]'.... nshl|. :31 t-ulilb. Range
    little tlxnirhter MIS ) Indian. on
    ( Mica spent H pleasant be West ,
    .. !)7 KiHt. !riil land I I" coveted with the
    something Ilk. -25,000; bus b" -u e tlm. drove to Fort< 1'icrce last Thursday putxbtu f"ctll. Iti' 'o'fiill.y,
    and tin who
    day with Uncle Ann hughes< ttund morning. Those were prams.out
    >y
    ted the uf and O. K ) ttmei': of the ctrek
    as probable cost fitting ftQu4m.nImt.:
    ternoon. Wednendxy( oalllng'at J. W. and A. I.. ri*>rt it most 'Interesting' addreM.Archdeacon .
    the club We 'edict .
    Hold.
    furnishing room. No.
    0.
    pi -- -
    Mr. and Mrs. DouglasAustln, of White Bruner's In Ihs afternoon.No Brown will hold service
    a glorious success. City and Jensen. were calling on Eden again yn June :iOih.! at 4 \>. m., which Filthy I Temple I In India.Sscrnl No. T. ( :o"IO.o about I 9 chains,. 33

    friend, last Thursday Iurooon. good health unless the kidneys' are may be his last service.: often, drillIndian' tern links Wnsl from NoillifB' mrner of
    On the first Indication of kidney trouble cow (tIIOII0! :/ on beett,. line IlfI'.o 8eoKonM -
    .
    It taking Kidney Cure. Our regular summer visitor. the musical sound. Koley'' Kidney Cure makes the KII" HOl'rlt Vanlloule preached isis plea h,". waists \ella a liodv that's pol. IT mini) \\III>, run Wr.t Oclmlns. Mllok,
    Sold, stop by B. K.by Wilson Foley& Son.Lotus. niotqnito, I I. with UII, and we thinkhe kidneys right. Hold by Wilson. & Son. 11..t l sermon In the .ckl..llle chapel. on hued by OOIl..tlI'RIIIIII.I Don't thermit II. tliencMtSoiiih, 10 rlrnlnn A4 link, thence.H'iMlh .
    has all his relatives with him this Sunday mornlnr, to a pood! c ngri/ >iiatlon Clean<> your "'*'"m with Jr King's (110.llIu'," 30 usOCumnuis, Ell,,' II chain
    ti me. fur tlilt time ul year, on the subject of Sew IIf. Plll. and avoid as tm'u.id inl.ery., tn Kin (Jnllle Itlvrr th.'iire follow the
    AMENDMENT TO
    FISH LAW.
    What' thluk ye of ChrUlf"! Hit mannerof Tliev five lIvely (Ivor*. no lye ".,..elaf. shore of K:II.t llnllle Hl..r In an Easterlydlriollon
    Mrs. T. J. llemphill left early In the add re*.*. clear and distinct utterance good dIgestIon line appet Ire. Only :.10: lo a, poln'due Month from place

    week for Jackitonvlllo Fred Williams, where she wilt be- Amending Act of 1307. remitting the plain anel brief statement of Ills thoughtspressed at J. I U. Hcrevtn's drug .'ore. of begInning! thence north to point of
    visit Mrs.
    nomo time
    T... D.: Tucker left last week for St. fume leaving for her bwmoln Altoonu, P Section I. That Section 4. of Chapter companies less' anti known nil the Kltclifll place.4
    Lncle liver. and Mss Thomas E. Richards I I > .sed all chum heard him. It I.. hoped MR. BOYE WITHDRAWS.
    15 7, Laws of Kloildj. !being an Mel No, N K of Section 2$. Township
    The heaviest rain of the season fell look Saturday evening's train for Stuart, entitled an act tn regulate: the oa'chlog that great' things may come from 1 isis liT Mouth, Range 37 East, containing 180

    hare on last Frid.sy.MofsqImItOe. where they went-to visit their son. II. or taking '.f fish In the wa'r" of thuMam comlnir amonir in*, and his ministry at Tirrsvii.l.c:, Kt.A., June 10, lU(11: I acres, le** railroad ilah'-of.wnv.)
    I IV.' Klchaids. They returned Monday of Florid. bo atiendvd tHe pi.ice. He will conduct a service
    on no as to
    have arrived in full force : the Voters of Ilrevsrd County. : No. 0. NWl Moctfon 2"'Township
    well pleased with' their trlJ.| road as follows: very "Sunday morning at this place at To ..
    and ready for battle. 27 5oct11, HangH 37 EI'''', 100)
    are hear fontnlolnjf
    ) invited .
    : U *. m. All are cordially to
    S (e. 4. That from and sifter the passage I h..teby announce my retirement from
    Sv A. Otteen, and !left Thursday for a : of this act It shall be unlawful for ; "ilm.' _____-- the race! for Treasurer of lirevnrd i'oiiotv acre, less railroad rtght-if-way.
    short stay In the middle pare of the state. Virulent ,Cancer Cured.Startling any person. or .person. fo catch 'with I Awful Fnte."Everjbody and I In doing mm would cordially IhsnkthosM No. 10. 4;t (1II.IOIJacr., less railroad
    .
    this have \ proof of a wonderful advanceIn any ...In..... or tny fish In the watersof I Saved from an who" In*ve expressed. an Inuintioii j jto I rlaht-of-wav. belniil part of Lot 1 andfofNKUof
    A goodly number from place medicine Is given by druggist! O. W.Koberts. till Sta'e or tr> .ne>r employ any \ wild I bad consumption" support me, for their kludo".... My i! Nw4> "Hctlr.n5.; Township
    availed tli ..,lve of the out prices al
    "m* of Eliziboth, VT. Va. An old wiin cur nets In the catchiair, uf any fish wH..IIIr.: .. A. M. Shield, of Chamber-: reasons for retlrlnic: ire of a bllllioen ns- South' It nge 37.Joaet. known. J. L.

    U. X. Hatch's store.A man there had long suffered with what I In the waters of thin "; tate, botvren the burst, I'A., "I was so low after ala months ture Hellpt.'ctfullv'ou.. Stewart place

    few days ego a young couple from food doctors pronounced Incurable can- lath of June and the Kith of AI'IIC"At. of ..f' severe. sickness, can sod by buy fever y. If. IJOTB:, No. 11. Lot?* 17.and 18, block 4, Townof

    here set< Mil for Cocoa and returned early cer. They believed hl. case hopeless! till each and every yearor to catch any muU And ssthm, that few thought, I eouMt -.----- Kau: Onllle.No. .

    10be afternoon. It ha* since been be used Electric Bitters and applied l ,I't. In laid waters between th. l.ltu) day of ... wtll, hilt I learned of the marvelou "RI'II"| | Time In Old Town. 12. Lot 1'M.ick 4, Town of Eat.
    whispered that they did notreacb Cocoa Bucklen's Arnica Halve, which treatment November. and the 3lt day of DecemberIn merit of Dr. King's New Ulscovery fornsumotion haul Quitclaim' deed for title only-
    but took a nice little bath in the river by completely cured 1 him. When Electric I! each year; Provided That this law >> lined It, and was complete- "We felt very hippy," writes R. X.Bevlll held under Tax 'I Hie.
    , the boat upsetting. How Is UPI Bitters are uaed to expel bilious. kidney .hall not be construed to prohibit the ''y cured." for desperate throat and Old Town V... '"irl>en Bueklen' For prices nnd term address.f .
    mi microbe poisons! at the same time catching of flub la .ue-aet8o, by hook icing diseases It I 1i* the safest cure In the Arnica Salve wholly cored' rtr\ daughter
    Chronic bronchial troubleand summer this salve exerts 1'. matchless' healing I and line or to prevent. the use or a seine world, and I 14. Infallible for coughs cold. nf a !bad case" scald hend." It delights A. IOKOANand: W. II. JO Eg.

    I cough. be quickly relieved and) cared power blood dlea__, skin eruptions, when used by IndivIduals or ....mM.jt.. I .nd bronchial ffectlonv Guaranteed all who use It for cuts, corn, brills**, A* Administrators of tbe Estate of Wot.Creutler. .

    by Foley's; can Honey and T..r. Sold by B. I ulcer. and sores vanish. Bitter M cts. ; on occasion of picnic or public dinners, i bottles! Wto and 1. Trial bottle free at burn. Ixills nicer. ernptlon. Infvlli.. ulece.soul l ,
    food .tor ble fur piles. Ouly :2calJ. Jl. bcreven'sw Tltu.vllle." Florida..EAST .
    R. Wilson 4: Son. Salve Me, at J, Screven'l.\ for their own coo umptlon as only. .1. B. 80r..eu's drug *












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    'I )" Tlia EAST COAST OF FLORrl'0'

    I I the early mornini." A great variety orI is PARADISE REGAINED." ... ;
    'I &a a
    excellent helm waa plentiful In Malnfque : .

    Ij I I and it was sure to be fresh' i tor ... 1way :

    It could not be kept from one day to. r

    j another on account of the climate. ;1 Ice s FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.

    1 was expensive but was used by 1 1I the tsory oy

    white people. An Icemaklng plant Tone N w !
    i I I of the enterprises of St. Pierre. .r LOCAL TIME CARD Ho. 40. In Effect April 15, 1902,

    .11 E "r>opli> of Martinique are early rIs- ,
    Sri J ere The colored population start 1 tor SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP

    1 1'f" market by 4 o'clock and the white 78'No.' -- s

    people are_ nwnke and ready for !hejr F No.Dally 39 No./ 96I .AI" LINE. No.Dally V..II 321

    : first coffee By 5 o'clock.. Many people] -'-

    ,'f") drink cocoanut water which Is laid a co 0 40 a L".1...............J..k.onvn.e.. ...................A, 7 00" 8 11II It i
    the 1Irllt r ?. 8 CO "I .45 a .................. .... ................... e IIa I' 847 a .r
    k ; f You need raise to have the virtues of Vichy e 15 to 1111. ...................... 1:10.: Au uaUn....................... .8 8 P 76 a 3
    light to thing/ In the morning1. The cocoanuts t3 e 48 1127. ..............:......... ...: ..............._.....p T 10 a
    I I IL: 7 0) ll 42 a.... Ea e "alatka..................... 4 GIll 0 66 a753p12 -
    f: }T Tobaccoprofitably. are procured by the little negroes/ who 6.of p 18 P ...................... ... NeoJa.......................... .." p e 42 2. !! dq
    I II for the fruit and dliver .. .... : . -
    climb the trees .. :Bunnell.
    i :! when the jq 7 7 om 45 pun. P P ::....::.:.:.:.....::.:.Dupontt..:::.:.::.:::::::.:.::::. 40ap rote ; =
    I I Be sure your fertiliz It fresh t() their patrons o 8 11 P 08 P ......................... Ormond........................ a 43" 6.4 8 Iit
    water Is cool and sparkling. The jeUy. Saop tap ......................., Daytona..t p ai7n ISPi
    : contains at least 10 percent I, cocoanut la a } : 889 p 'to D..........porO Orange....................... II al" 618 u. 4a a
    ,, d like pulp of tile young I I1 00 l' 145 P ...................... New Smyrna... ................. a 02 I' s 011.. :I n
    great delicacy/ The, dry nut. In the a ....... II 09 P ............Oak 11111..2 sa I'...... .'; a
    I \ Actual Potash I Is 10$ ....... II 41 ........................ Titusville..m..... ....... ;;
    : received here grnt
    condition It is ... ....... 8 It .......................... COCO" .. ... .................... ,,02" .......
    ( into delicious Ice cream., .. ....................... ....... '"'
    and ipnilo a oS ....... 116 ...................... .Rockl..d" c ;;
    from Sulphate. rule served be- .. 0 ....... 881 .........................E..u 081I1e........................ .1211'C ........ ''a i3'
    g "Breakfast Is. as a ....... .08 p.........................M..lboume........................ 12 881' ....... co
    ) t, We nail /_, on reqaeu, our book tweeu 7 and 8 'clock and usually co : ....... 16 .......................8eb..IIUltll........................ 11 bmi .. ....... ,;
    ". "Tobacco Culture." of chocolate with )' ( ....... II S3 ....................6..Si Lncle....................... 11 Ma ....... o I
    nl alAN: JCALX: WOBKS. Lists a cocoa or 1 ....... II 48 P .......................Fort .I"lerce........................ 11 OJ a....... IS.0
    M Maw b"=.t. Nee' Yaik.f bread or biscuit and butter. The mi 14 ........ 661p ...................... Whit" cltr........................ 104118....... li ap ;;
    at i, the hearty meal ....... 8 CIII' '.,...................... Tlbhal.......................... i0 82&........ e. -
    v f li day repast noon Tri-Weekly Sailings ....... e 09 p ..........................Eden.......................... 10 Qa. ......- !7: n
    of the day, and there are always a flicour.io G1 ....... e 14 p ......................... Jenaen......................... in ...... 4"
    meat vegetables and ....... e 81 p ...................... 8tu..rt.......................... .... .
    tl tlI i Free and n course 'NEW YORE ....... eat p ......................:hope Bound...................... U ......, r :s
    i a dessert of fruit in one form or an. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and O ....... 07 p .......................We.OJul'l r............... .... 9 ....... Y:
    I f Accented Mason. other. A lighter meal Is served at 1 III ....... .40p ....................We.tPslmBeaoh.................... S.25a.......... Mn
    : 'j '? ....... 8 08 I' ...................... .................... 8 ........ a
    p. m., at which there arc always a Calling; at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ......... 0 O. p. Ft Lauderdale..................... 1 ........ \
    I vegetable or and a ....... 0 47 p ......... .............. Lemon Clt7........................ e ....... 8 I
    meat soup, a two The Finest in the Coastwise Service ......, 0011 p .... ...................... Mlom!............ .............. ....... IS
    i Steamships
    Indian _. No. 00 dessert Pastries In tho shape of pit II :BUFFET PARLOR OARS ON TRAIN 811 AND 78.
    -: and puddings are little used. There I Ia Is
    -
    'I Inver'i,, TitimvllhLod wealth of fruit. Some of the veget The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES. 1
    r bles common in the north such as aporaguf Direct Service Between

    f r. e. PIT \ Florida. ) and artichokes are much
    I i )oldsItemeetungstile ."('()U11 anll fourth, TltniI Frdavof .. smaller when grown in Mnrtlnlqu Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. PAT.ATKA AND HAST PALATKA.
    each mouth, m the Inca Armory ,

    t I+II y I villa h.at Walker 1:::.>o'olock.Worahlpfiil p.m.CCi .. ]Master. -- but others are larger. attains The[ cucumber, (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) No. B7Ne.| 66 Ne. 53No.| 49 No. 47 No. 46Dally No. 48INe.) 60|No. 14|No. 58.
    J. for Instance, which a giant STATIOK
    ,CCi J. L. Carnitli.n. Senior Warden. SEMI-WEEKLY SAtLIXOB Dally I Dally[Dally |Dally Uslly Dully Dally Dally8'ilfp Daily

    T. II. Aiihilor, Junior Wanton. sIze.lu the islands, would hardly be Southbounj... .... ... ............ .. ..... ..... .. .... ?' ... .. .... .from Lewis Wharf, otIton Ttfpftr3nrafi\ ; >\\lflf' 6 HOaJLv,.., ., *a atka.Ar 6 25 u 7 85 a 13 03_p ti j
    J.M. J'lxon. 'r,, aHtirar.. recognized here. Concotnbres fare .-. ... ......... from foot of Catherine street Jacluouvll TBOH 88Sp| 4 63 phi 8ft a_ 8 BOalAr_ ..East Palatka ... .Lv 6 06.1 7 06a M.48a_ 8 08 p C6g
    Morgan Secretary
    F. A. dish.l The big) -
    favorite
    miumiRosJa a
    J. A. HuKlien '
    ,
    J. H. Bcntven,Senor/ eaoon. cucumbers! nre peeled, the seeds ar St. Johns River Line.DeHary MATPOKT BRANCH.No. .
    .r K. K. Mini*,,Jr., Junior Deacon. Clyde .
    : S. O. Vl\nla"llIlthan., Senior Steward. removed and the cnritles left are flUed i I B No. 17 No. 6 SrATtons a.. e No. 18 No, 20
    4j V. M. Taylor,Junior Steward. with sausages; then the cucumber 1 Is'' ( Line.) Dally Daily Dally Dally Drily Lslly

    f. W. Roberts: Tyler. .._ .. cooked in ,butter much in the fashlof BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD. 35 1 p 026a v... .. ,., rc xonvll e,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,,Ar 8.46s 215p b80p8p
    J ''i r' ._ ---- -- a pot ronst. It In sliced when servo Stopping at Falatka,Aitor Sc. Francis, Ho..ro.1 (De Land), Bias springs and Intenn..dlacebnd.IOKa a 20 p V he a ...:..:......... JaekeonviIle,..,.. .....,Lv( F 17 a 17p e tip
    alBo i>n tb..J..l1u..KJv..r.. p 8 0o 1'te06a Lv.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, P.tbin Brach ..,....,..,..., ,.,Lv V sa a 11 41 a 6 Col'S
    ,4 ed at the table. Cucumbers are "LOU18K." C. II. BROCK. 11 8 06 p 1e 10. Lv......, ,,,,,.. Beach................. 710 a 1140 6 41 p
    Capt.
    ; HOME LIFE IN sr. PIERRE used for salads. Apricot are a dlffeisnt STEAMER 180 80D ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, rt. ,.,,...,,, ,,,,,,,.,.Lvl 72.a1106a 0801.
    IS API'UINTEU TO SAIL-AS FOLLOWS I I

    'r, 'fruit from those common here. A 1 Leave Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville .. ..... ..... .. .. ..TiiewUyn. and Saturdays at 5:00 p.m. BAN MATEO BRANe'S.8T. .
    --- story 111 told of a man .In Martinique. Leave Sunfonl. .... .... .... .... .. .... .. ... .. ... MwIduleaudThuredsyaat6tWa.n! .

    Martinique a stranger to the country who amaze 46 No. 46 No. 63
    ( '!;I : Girl's Story of Her Ms servant by sending for a half doa. Cen'l Passenger and Ticket. Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Daily Dally 8T.+.TIOlfll. Daly yp

    1'!' Former liome."I jn oprlcots. He vrui surprised to rtelvo A.o.HAOERT1C. Eiufn Pan. Agt., "IRONMONGER, j..,Anne. Hen.Paa. AgWe 6 6 a v................ ., .. set Pa stka.............. .. .... r 600a13 1 I,
    six uufumlllar fruits each ubou I It MLattll'lt..l'I"w' York 2114 "t Hay St.,Jacluonvllle Fla. 16 683aAr.................:.::. ? ... ,.,.,.,.. .., ...... : 7DBANWORD ,
    JO.F.1 LOVk.L.1. Asnt. t la. 8u .t.. I I
    rilOS. D.HALEY Local freight' Rent. I
    he size of a melon. A frequent meth foot Hogan St..Jacksonville, Fla. I Foot Hogan Ht., aoknonvllle,Fla. BRANOH. ORANGE! CITY 39RANOIi.Mo J J8TAoTIOlfl.

    j I I SOOIAL LINES RIGIDLY'DRAWN.,. id of serving the apricot Is to slice It JOHN. L. HOW(Jeneral AR Raauger.> Superintendent, Foot MTM.Hogan t' CL.VUK.1."vlllo.: .*. 1:11.: General. Fla. Agents..
    TIIKO. O. KCJKIl! !
    tad nerve it with wlueanti sugailiquors (,;ebrougb Hulldir>({. 11) State !St.! ,Oppontte Battery Park 9aw" York. Da.1y Na Dally 17 Ddly Ne.3 Dal No.f y BTAT1Oes. Ustly No Z Dully No,4 :
    o are made from the seeds of Tltusvllle, Pin.
    WALTON
    ''I lnterntln Habit* and Incident of O. II. Agent .v.:1IIIU..1. I........... r 0 p o p 10 10. v.N, ityrna.A'ri' 4 0
    p n
    41 : he sapote and from the vanilla bean .-.------------- T lea "............ ............. 107 p 3 49 p 1l 21 Iielen.Lvd2 60 p 4 40 p
    i1 r ..U. on hc Went Indian Island Hcalled 'Lime chadock Is much like the grapefruit I 188 a,LY..Oal..n..L.. 1\:1\: a 4 00 p 1180a Lv.OraneCity Lv 7 46 p 4 24 p
    I MaL"......... :Bnterprl..e..L. 1II e0 s 4 00 p ll 46'ArOng. a 40 4 lip
    p
    .' Ulrl Wealth varl
    br a Ifinropvan but bigger. There are two
    > I> tOO a Ar........... anrord..L" 00.
    I, x: -o< Fruit and Vetretable.-Women ties! ; one with a white pulp is l sour. SE.A.BC
    Vine Ifimbroldrrers.ot iiid the other with a pink pulp 1 Is; There Time. Tables Shaw the times a' which trains may 'be expeoted t&arrlve and denart
    from the several stations but their am.al .
    LINE RAILWAY. or doparture at the times stated not guaranteed
    weet.. The skin [Is crystallized ant! AIR oar does' th. Company turd it..U r.sponstble toe any delay or any consequences arising
    A4 ; The eyes a Pretty Martinique girl ised as a conserve.! There are many" m.retrom.Peninsular.

    i ':Were heavy with tears while she talked orts of oranges, figs and bananas. .

    4, with a New York Tribune reporter the '}i'hu latter are nn important factor li Capital) City Route. and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama..

    I1 other day of her former home In St. tbe diet of the ne1I'0( ('8. The Shortest Route. BETWEEN MIATVTA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.80t1'JlBIIOtJND. .

    Pierre and of her many friends who "Pulmlate la sureto be a favorite .
    with foreigners It Is tho pulp of the The Best Line. NOHTUBOTJWD.s. .
    there at the< time of tile ilImiBtfr.
    M1 were tern of a tree and Is used with KrenclIrcHBlng to. E..... Mlama, Metis. Weds.,.....,,.........11 00 p Lr. Havana. ,TUPS. Thiirs ................10 one
    44 t The young woman\ and her sisters, mind la boiled! ..amcrvcd Only: line with Double] Daily Service. Including Sundays kr. Key West.Tue. Thurs................13 30 pAr. Key Wont.Tiicn Tliurs ............... 8 30 I p
    .\ us A or L.V Key West. Tues. Thurs............ .. 7 80 p I.v. Key West. Tues Tliurl ............... 7 03 '
    like moot white girls at Martinique received with a white sauce. :SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, tr. Havana Weds. Frlsi..............::.. 0 ooa Ar. MiamiVert.. Frls ...:.. ............. II U0|a

    tTi their education In Europe. The "The nvocato pour la rather a ,'egetD'ble WASIIINUTON BALTIMORE, PIIILADKLPIIIA, NEW YORK For copy of Loo&l Time Card ad'.treIllln.n7. gent.T. .

    { convent school, that\ girl *>xi>luli>etl, admitted > than n fruit It baa a marrowllki WITH PULMAN'S BEST CARS.t'he D. RAHN'EIB, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent ST. ATJQTJSTINEr FLA..

    'i all appllcutitg n('Bro al well\\ nit mull, which Is en ten uncooked with Florida Metropolitan Limited, solid vesiibuled train, St. Augustine/ am

    white: children: uud ilK the e;cal! Hues alt. Famine manioc\ IsI'y much 1\1'1'01., Jacksonville to New York coimlstluxof Dialog, Compartment. Composite,

    Are rigidly drawn In Mnrl.nUjuovhUe: It manufactured from the grated Observation and Drawing Room Sleeping; Curs' .._ ,. ... _
    wblelometlmeM h "" x: -n
    .} people) lu rare' InHtuntTh pn.I 'oulzotl the uborw of Maniliot utlllsalmn pounds, apiece, )nly line opeiattng dully through; Pullman Car Service Jack.onvilletoNewOrleant\

    I chool. Tho mioakt'V recalled many In. weigh forty trent For sleeper reservations and further information! write .'. FOR. '
    submitting the prated product <
    Dr
    teroHtlug habile and luc'ldeuts of Mar- pressure a deleterious Juice ptullar '" ,. O. MAcUOXKLL, AR -t. Gen. Pass Aut.. Jacksonville, Florida R..mondWashington Baltimore:

    ; unique home life. to the plant la removed. 11 read- J. M. JtAUR R. E. L. BUNCH, Phl1ad..lphh Boston Atlanta
    "We were never apprehensive of danger and la boiled and 1 I. V. 1*. O M., Uen. Pass.. Agt., Louisville
    nut Is common Ash"v\Ue Chattanooga.
    ) '
    from the mountain, she said. [n. 1'OKTSMOUTII VA.
    I 1 Ij erred whole or innshetl. The Cnrlbean Kansas CltxPittsburtf
    Cincinnati St. Louis
    .' deed we never rveu thought of it as a ----
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    does not resemble = -- ----
    which -
    !. cabbage, ClevelandChicago
    the Detroit
    !'uIII It wall always
    1 ,,I: volcuno.mountain; on the side of which irew; tbo northern cabknge but which linore I Dixie Flyer Route etc..
    )like a turnip 1 101 very good. The> I
    such luxuriant\ verditrb as no one van .
    l .1 realize until lie him seen It. The hike latlvos are particularly fond of retlepper NASHVILLK, CHATTANOOOA: A ST. LOUIS RAILWAY, and
    ditch of vegetables ,
    A savory :
    In the crater was the favorite resort ml onions highly seasoned with it it.uown I WESTERN ATLANTIC: RAILROAD, f5hGSOUTIIIRN
    !bathed In It
    I for the young wen who ;. as plruent conilt. Sweet pota : -route of the-

    ,:f and camped around It.011lt'l\ and toes and bananas lire the favorite I prod CHICAGO AND FLORIDA ''LIMITED TRAIN
    the crater bocnnso
    ) girls seldom visited \acts of tho npid'oes!, who subsist\! chlettj'il and RAILWAYROUTE
    of tho steep tuid dltllcult climb us otto
    beans" ,' milt codflili. and breadfruit. DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING CARS. :
    summit.
    nunwl/ the "There Is little social life In Marti and
    Florida Limited' quickest train from St. Augustine
    "The drive from St. l'lerre to our The Chicago and .
    and unless there Is a dancing
    ilque, Jackeunvi le,
    summer' howe at Morne KOUKO waa a tobe OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS: a
    "l ?arty the population Is pretty sure Louisville St. Loiila and Chicago; with Pullman1
    iI' one. Along purtaof the way Chattanooga, Nashville ,
    1 ;, delightful cano_plantations waved their < in !bed between D and 10 o'clock In inert, Observation and Drawing: Room Sleepers, Dining; cars, etc., through/ without The Southern's Palm Limited l
    big sugar the evening. Dancing' Is the principal litflige. The fa-nous Dixie Flier all the 'year round l sleeper via. Atlanta and
    I At Trols :
    In the breeze.:
    ally);; anus the barefooted (lastluie, oDd tile young people can new Martin, through to tit. Louis, without change. I' The Washington, Richmond and !J
    1'outs a villain on way er get enough of It. Th clll..a te does For Information relative to rates schedules etc., write to... I
    women wearing big hat, which they Florida Limited
    i wove from' puliu leaves were alwaysto I not encourage games vve Introo.lucedtennls. E, J. WALKER, Fin Pass. Agt Jacksonville, Fla. 't

    be Been washing their clothes In the but no one tens played and few It after dinners,veleft. ,. C.! E. HARMAN: Gen. POSH. Agt. II.: F. SMITH, TraHlo Manager. The New YorK and Florida Express ,
    There: are no Naidivllle\ Tenn. '
    river. The river lied was covered\ with Atlanta Oa.
    occasional! TO THE CAST.
    A festivity or celebration .
    I
    wnnhers' use ----- -
    which the .. -- --
    huge bowlders, -- "-- ----
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    akes the form of a very formal lunch. --- -
    lu place of washboards, standing In thej1 eon. ',,'hkh la in reality a' heavy din. The Chicago and Florida Special f
    ; river and slapping the garments on the which there la little .
    err and about gayy. SYSTEM
    l tones with a vigor that w6uld have Insured pLANT The Florida LimitedTO

    j1 destruction! to till fabric had the
    by uninitiated "The women both black and white, THE NORTH AND WEST.
    been applied
    process the convento
    who leave been e
    hands.also Out made of the kitchen palm leaves fan.,the which women exquisite) embroidery and lace work. The GreatThrough Car Line from Florida.-Connections;

    I served them In place of bellows to encourage 'the white wouen also make wax East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston Richmond Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville: to Cincinnati, via

    r their Ires.. rulta and vegetables which lire reuirknble To the and Waahlngton. Tim Southern, Railway via Savannah, Columbia Ashevllle, through "The Land ol the Sky."*

    for their lifelike appearance trains via The Southern Railway operated in
    are
    "The Jardlu ties rjantes was a beau- and Washington. Through
    I 1 tlful place, but It was Infested with I have seen pineapples, apples of varlus < The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo.; The L A connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
    like
    sorts sugar cane and the To the West via Savannah Columbia Pullman Cars and Hotel Cars all through
    I 0 'snakes as are the forests of the Island. from N, via Montgomery. The Southern It'y Sleeping Dining on
    rhlch it was bard to recognize .
    Visitors had to look out\ for them. nd Ashevllle. The M A: 0 R'y via, Montgomery.; trains.
    real I have never seen anything
    Vt There were beautiful ferns In Martinique the to equal this waxwork In France Gerlany To the East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, Ak far Ticket via Southern Railway. Crre.p* i>nc, Scllclte J

    !but 1 always noticed that where Holland or England. Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah aud Merchants Mlnen

    they were most huurlant'snakes were Transportation Company for Haiti more.

    t the most numerous. No one thinks ofexploring "A other profusion flowers of roues grow honeysucklesnd about the 'oKey West and Havana, via Port Prince Tampa Edwards and Peninsular Island A via Occidental Boston and Steamships Canada, H. F. CAREY FU. Pa Agt 108 V. Bay St., J*1.mvllk, Fla. e
    and
    I" the woods for flowers, as ''o Nova Scotia, Cape Breton
    they do here because of the serpent OU8C8. Few"wild birds are seen and Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax Ilawkesbury and Charlottestown. S. H. HARDVICK V. H. TAYLOE,

    i Beautiful orchids and other lovely wildflowers one Is heard. ----- SUM1.x' rL: rCUEIXSrSrXOJ3EJTS: : :: General Paweager Agent, .....'. Oral Paw Ar-,
    la the forest. The orchids --
    grow Inaccessible "' I..jf- --I. the Northern, Eastern Western and Southern states to I WUIIln=k.o. D. C. Atlanta Ga.Jaass.wr .
    are usually found In Ir ..rill be on sale throughout;
    difficult even for the natives to all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System, during the season of lltJl.100'JlIm.Ited : ) 15. 1909. J
    places
    a reach. The c unlry surrounding Trot Only 50 Cents to return until May Sl.t, with liberal stopover) prvlledaes In Florida. .7_ "_ .__'_"
    will be
    Addressee of parties In the north Rent to the' undersigned; liberally sup- -
    Fonts $Is especially wild and plclur- to make your baby strong and I lied with all Information and handsome advertising matter. -

    < csquo. I A cent bottle ot etc. call on or write to
    well. fifty Information to rates, sleeping car reservation ,
    For as
    "Among the nttrnctlre sights of St. I .
    THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
    d rierre wits the early morning market, Scott's Emulsion F. M. Jolly. Division Passenger Agent. ,

    to which country women brought their I to 138 West Hay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,
    their will change a sickly baby Patented In the United States Canada
    produce In Mg wooden trays on Great Britain and
    heads and .from which women buyers a plump romping child. B. W. WTO n n, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

    took how their purchases lu the sumo f Only Gut( cent a day think V. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, Savannah Ga. RICE, $1.00 and *8.00 EACH. 8Uould.be used by every Boat Builder In the U SIn -

    head tray was, It' nkt as cream.tend __. ____ ____ ___ .
    fashion. The wooden ot it. AS ._ ____" u. --- - ----
    when and try Its Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.
    too, th* luumljc-s'\ only vehicle I 'r i 'trie simple! ; ,

    she. called for wad ih,!livered her cus 4o 441 I'.t CW.liiiil: .'.V.-..UOW
    tomers' w.t-h. 1'1\0'\ women' dressed In soc outl. I f. oo, alloley's druagiets.- Jas. Pritchard & Son, /

    the most bk>'il' mi' i I"> "loi"I.lble.i i i !'. T OF ALL. KINDS ITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.'
    "At Fonils Core, outmde) of tho city. Tar

    It 'i plcti-ri'! ( 'nji' -ulslit I to see tin Honey and ADVOCATE RIXTJXO OFFICE. SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BVILDERS.\

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    N:: : 2AN': :tV'EE:J TITUSVILLE.: : : :HOTEL: : :' OUT FOR R RI, R RI COMMISSIONER MALARIA InVSe An

    OX-TIIK-IJOJIAX-RIVER.

    TITUSVILLE Henna bud nir, and whether it EnellJY to Healtl'6
    Hon. Hudson Burr conies from the low lands and
    R. Dade's
    Popular
    FLORIDA. marshes of the country, or the filthy newer and l drain pipes of the cities
    and tWnR. its! effect upon the human system I in the same.
    Legislator, Announces Candidacy These atmospheric poisons are breathed into the lungs and taken up
    f bv tile Mood, and the foundation of some long, debilitating illness! is laid
    I J. U. BAST, ,Proprietor. and Platform. Chills and fever, chronic dyspepsia: torpid and enlarged liver kidney
    trouble, jaundice and'biliousness! are frequently due to that invisible foe,

    fllfSSS&B.pf? DUCK SHOOTING' Stands Out In the Open as a People's Man, and Promisesa the Malaria.liver anti Noxious kidneys gases fail and to net unhealthy filth are matter poured collect into the in blood the system current: because untilit

    g' I + Full and Fair Consideration of the Produccers' becomes So polluted and sluggish that the poison literally break throughthe
    {' and FISHING. skin, and carbuncles, boils, alwctswes, ulcers and various eruptions of an
    Rights. Refers to His Record at Tallahassee. indolent character appear depleting the system, find threatening itself.
    Rates: $.2.50: per day. The genus and poisons that so oppress and "'.ken the body and destroy
    W TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF FLORIDA: the life-giving properties of the blood, rendering it thin nnd
    $10 and $12 per week. be overcome and carried out of the system before the patient can dope to
    In announcing my candidacy In the next Democratic) Primary (or tho get rid of 1Ialarllanll its effects.S.
    -- office of Railroad Comml sloner, I deem It proper to state explicitly the S. S. does this and quickly produces an entire
    JACKSONVILLE. policy which I shall pursue, If I shall be elected! change in tile blood. reaching every organ/ and stimulating
    --- them to vigorous, healthy action. S, S. S.possesses .
    I am not an enemy of the railroads of Florida. I recognize in them
    not only purifying but tonic properties,
    Important and essential agencies In building the
    up prosperity of the great
    [OVAL( HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. State of which I am proud to be a cltlren.: Dill I recognize a decided difference and the general health improves, and the appetite
    Increases almost front the first dn e. There is no Mercury Potash, Arsenic:
    between the railroads as agencies of ilizatlou and the acts and
    or other mineral in S. S. S. It strictly and E'utirclr.eltc.'table remedy.
    policies of many of the men who control them, who have shown a narrow -
    Write us about your case, and our physicians will gladly help you by
    and,grasping spirit in their dealings, and who have, by burdening the their advice to regain jour health Book on blood and skin discas! <\ i sentTHlC.SWirT
    Opposite postoffico. Centrally located. Thoroughly repalied and 10- business of the State with unreasonable and exorbitant rates unquestionably free
    :; .SPECIFIC CO.. A.tln, Ga.
    retarded growth in prosperity and population In of the beat
    novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally condl\.cteI. ... many sections .. .. ... ..
    of the State ------ -- ---- --- -- -- - ---

    Rates 92.50 per day and up. It Is not disputed by any responsible authority that a railroad, bor.
    B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. rowing as it does from the State the public right to own and operate .
    public highways, takes upon Itself special obligations to the State to con- Ct
    duct its business in such a way as to promote the public welfare;

    ['WESTMORELAND HOTEL Bay and Cedar htroots.JACKSONVILLE Cheap nnd efficient transportation la essential to the public welfare, ;
    FLA. and the public is Justified In demanding not an a. favor but as an Inde-
    feasible right, that the lallroads shall furnish transportation for freight / I
    American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open and passengers as good quality and as cheap In price as it l Is possible, ..
    ed this season. Fino cooking/ and good table. Hot and Cold Water consistent with the protection of the rights of the owners of the property I ?1 ",

    Baths: Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or lcpot. All thus used In the public service.

    street cure pass the door. Hates $2.00 to $2. i0 p'N' day. t

    Mis. A. J. WALKER, I'roprletor.

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    [he Clarendon '.Inn and the Breakers SEABREEZE, t. u. $ S' ,, BSI'' Y

    05A

    UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OP Col. C. C. POST. S 4

    These two commodious houneb, at Seubioezo, the most popular summer 10- ., .3S w 1
    Sort In Florida,''will be under the management of Col. C. C. IVmt during the &

    summer season of 1002. Professor Sanduld's Orchestra, from New York, : ; l ( '
    will play daily, afternoon and evening. 4 :, ,
    Guests can feel assuiod of a satisfactory tablo, nail evory attention to their : 'K f//J ",

    comfoit. Rates, $2: to $2.50 per day; $10 to $U per week. Write for special l.

    rates for families for the season. Address, C. C. PAST, Seabreeze, Fla. / i S ISW ,

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    Seaside Inn OLD SEABUEE/E,
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    Opposite Keatlog's New Casino and Pier. This handsome now modern i

    hotel situated the finest Surf Bathing Beach In Florida: Is now open for S''
    the Spring and Summer trade. Large ally rooms. Exchange and Dining

    Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Terms very reasonable .
    Mb. II. JOHNSON & SONS

    Winter Hoimei GRAND ATLANTIC: Daytona, FloilcU.AVKST .. h ..4. ,

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    : HA1T1TE1 111th R Vialair. .
    (The Leamington WEST PALM BEACH,

    FLORIDA.W. Wholesale -

    C ERNbT, Manager.On Bottlers of Wm. J. Lamp
    Lake Worth opposite PostofUoe and bu loe8l1.l0ulles. Large verandas
    Brewing Company's St. *
    !Strictly fliKt-clasa. Summer Kate, *2 per day. Special l by the week: j Whiskey
    Louis Boer Kog Trade
    ION H. HUDSOV riUKU. .
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    The railroad business l is monopolistic In its very essence! for tee Our Specialty.., House
    NEW 'YO1CIC:
    individual who uses it has generally no choice but to accept the service i w r
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    tendered at the price which the carrier sees fit to ask or else to go out
    !i THE HAMILTON 43lh: Street, bet. Broadway andYORK.Sixth Avenue, 'of business. Railroad managers are but human and It Is natural that 1ES LO ; ; ; ;
    ; : NEW they too often abuse the tremendous power thus placed In their hands to .
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    extort in the well known phrase of a great! railroad magnate, "all that the
    .'Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably traffic will bear," which means, leaving to the Individual producer a bare _. -- -- .-- .--- .. ---_. .. _--- -- .._ --- --- -- -----
    Located. With every Comfort'and* living, and taking for themselves the lion's share of the profit of the industry
    Furnished and Unfurnished. of the community It was to meet this situation that Railroad Com CH.A.S::: :e Lcr: :LV GEORGE W.,MORTON.
    missions have been established. SIT. a.e w. II...j it., JACKSONVILLE. ". FLA.
    | -- -. -- ... -. .. -. The ;people of Florida have! had the aervlres of a Railroad Commlslon
    for nearly five years. I would not belittle what has already been accomplished -
    Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association. but we all know that many of the worst evils remain untouched. I
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    Today the producers of Florida are paying rates dlsproportloned to rules. FULL
    \ The Chicago Net and Twine Co., the services rendered by the railroads. ,

    Manufacturers oft Today the lion's share of the product of our toll goes Into the coffers 1
    of these great corporations. t CXDAE35 EXPRCSSes

    E H Today our produce must compete In* the market with the produce of PREPAID PREPAID
    other sect'ons! which enjoy, through the action of their Railroad Commissioners
    0t'= or through the more enlightened spirit of the managers of their YO

    t M" railroads rates much lower than ones. dill r 'r $A2O

    Our Commission has performed great service( in collecting claims end k
    la. like matters; but these things could have been don, at the cost of Nome t'p f' 6 QtS :
    a : r 5
    money and Inconvenience to the Individual through" the courts. But w. -- .
    have not gotten the relief we had a right to expect In the exercise of the p
    = greatest prerogative of the Commission-the power to make rat'es-a pow. r X4 I Doz.DfllVfRfO
    FISHING NETS and of De crlptlon. S
    Netting Every
    er lodged in no other body. They have given us freely relief which we .
    Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Hope, Etc. could otherwise have secured, but 'the CONTROLLING forces of the present f4 "OR$12ClE
    Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. Commission have too often shrunk from the exercise of the higher Qts
    70-81-8.1: E. Indiana St. Chicago, IllentioD and more Important function of REGULATING RATES
    ...%( The ADVOCATB in your letter...
    I make these plain propositions to the people of Florida: 9 o_
    wear Members of the Illinois FUliermen's. Association. .
    First-That we have a right to demand lower freight; and passenger
    rates over the GREAT TRUNK LINKS AND SYSTEMS which operate In AIt'-lIt.. f..r I". "uh.t,. IIr.*wlu {'...
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    1) ana' ke P i ell S ,cure They constipation temporarily npt-ln Second position-That In to violation make such of law reductions.and justice, special privileges In the IF YOU,, WANT... ...
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    by agitating the way of free passes, and perhaps of preferential freight rates are given to

    bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver Individuals practice which, besides giving undue advantages" to the re-< .
    secretes enough bile to make the Ir.tetiines\ ( b. clplents of these favors and injuring those to whom theyare denied raises .Building Lot
    execute their natural functions. *JB Unnatural U the prices which the general public has to pay and, worst of all, Introduces ..
    agitation,caused by cathartics, yJB compels.continual a subtle and dangerous form of corruption into our public affairs.If .

    and Increasing doses to I shall be chosen by you to serve the State In this Important capacity or a lot with a KUILUI.VO HEADY FOIL OCCUPANCY,
    attain the results. n
    L pledge myself to use every honest effort to remedy these abuses.As .
    LAND FOIC AX ORANGE ROVE,
    I an evidence of my sincerity In the matter, I refer to the bill providing
    on the THREE CENT PASSENGER FARES for the railroads of Florida riNKArrr.E' FLAN I'ATIUNorTRUCK O.1RDrt.
    introduced by me In the Legislature of-1901, and passed through the low. have t
    liver; .cures Chills "* We probably\ for ssie! just what you are seeking.
    and Fever, and every form of *r house
    e Malarial Bilious, Remitting and Inter- I believe It (Ia possible under the proper operation of a Just fearless Settlers are flocking In but ktlll there )I. room. If you ass
    and Impartial Commission to bring about a better relation between the .
    mitting Fevers,and, by going to the seat of the looking tills way,drop a line to
    carriers and producers of the State to encourage a better and more
    trouble, works permanent cure. wholesome growth of our great Industries and to found a more lasting JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rll Vicp.Fre.ident'!
    FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.B. osperity for the State. "V. '
    R. HUDSON BURR. .LORIDA EAST COAST R'T ,

    , u. WILSON : SOX. Little River, F1a.. March 16tb, 1002. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

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    v : I I JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, The Rnssel wedding and of Mr.Miss/'lolin Eugenia Edwin Zimmerman Pendleton -. (Incorporated) GROCERIES GRAIN AND- HAY AND ALL, FOOD PRODUCTS

    41 Went, Street which occurred at the Methodist PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00. ,
    //Ii Bay church, Leosburg, on Wednesday eve We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MATES PERT r 11 I .. ps.
    JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA. ning, June II, Him{ !, was a most elaborate This company owns We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all 1111,
    ,p UI and brilliant event. ere Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your Btnti.i'.
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    Largest stock In this section of '
    ; country. The church, which was most beautifully XJA I : .. IfcT :ZD S, :E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLK. FT. \.
    Established In
    1808
    I p decorated with ferns, palms bamboo .
    In the Indian River On the St. -
    Country;
    Send for
    descriptive catalogue.
    Y and a profusion of pretty and dainty
    y 4 flowers, was a sight to behold, and well Lucia River; at New.River an<1-1on] Bay S CARROLL
    bespeak the love and esteem in which 111111.
    ,f,f ,,.THE ANHEUSER BUS'CH: At the present day, authorities on skin this young couple was held. Every neat Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times. ,
    diseases Concede$ and have demonstratedthat In this spacious edifice was filled long Send for Land List. -Dealer In-
    I skin diftenseft of every nature are before the hour for the
    ; ::i Brewing Asso's, caused by microscopic germs, baccilll/ Mendelssohn's wedding ceremony.march was Offices at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES,

    :;, bacteria, mlcrosyms or other forms of played as the bridal party advanced up Crockery Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage Sollciten.,
    i t Famous St. Louie Keg and Hot- animal decomposition. Hancock's Liquid the aisle. First came, two little boys as I GEO. M. ROBBING, F. A. 'MORGAN
    t Sulphurarrents ani decomposition In ribbon bearers costumes In Fauntleroy ITeildent. Actuary, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
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    gtt Jle ,. -
    tied '
    --'it every.form, and Is an absolute destroyer style, followed by the bride's maids and --
    : sold by fleuws.F.A.litisloy and of all germ In sued diseases as Eczema; groomsmen In coupled, Hiss Dora Brevard Abstract of Title Co, mD A.NRIVER
    J ': R. L. MotTnw, TltunlJle,I'la. Halt Rheum. Tetter, Acne, Pimples Ringworm !: Mitchell and Mr. T. E. .Ramsey; Miss ICE FACTORY.
    I'', Iiptlsorla, Sore Throat and Open Suzanne Kzolle and Dr. Frederick Smith./ WILL FUR.'i18UAbstracts '
    :; By Mr. R.L.Motlowi Cocoa Flu. Sores. These were followed by the honor maid, of TitleFOK :- TITUSVILLE, FLA..

    : :" JOSEPH ZAPF FOT Sale by J. 8.CRKVEN. druggist Miss Mary Williams, and the bride, passIng LANDS IX. Is prepared to furnish Ice la any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special atti-ntto/

    1 down the loft entrance; at.the same Brevard County.Office paid Backing for! Yachts or for family. use. Pair dealing la my motto.
    TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. time the groom; and hip best man, Mr. .
    Sole Agent. William Abney marched down the loft T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.Whaler's > .
    under Law Office of
    entrance. All meeting at the chancel, ._
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    where Dr. Josephus Anderson read the GEO. M. ROBBINS,
    ... 010 to 020 West Bay Street, WET OR DRY
    ELECTION IN impressive ceremony.The TiTuaviLLE, FLA.

    6 ; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.TOGNl'S. VOLUSIA COUNTY. bride was exquisitely gowned; In
    flimsy white organdy with eourt train, Jewelry Store.
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    the. cordage/ was elaborately trimmed In
    East Coast Meat Market
    The DoLand correspondent of the T.
    1 liberty silk: with point applique, while
    U. A Citizen says: "Publlo Interest has her veil was.caught with a single white I
    RETREAT. centered in the action taken by several rose fastened with a diamond brooch O. F. DUREN, Agent.
    Titusvllle people) In employing an attorney Watches (Clocks Jewelry 'Silvci> 'ware Etc.I
    Mr. and Mrs I'endleton left at 10)0:) a:= ... ,. ,
    .. and bringing;! a mandamus against o'clock for an extended trip to Norfolk, eta pH -

    Choice the County Commissioners to compel Va., and other points of interest before ...... ::!
    I them to call an election on the 'Wet going to their future home In Titusvllle, Rw SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
    IWInea Liquors and Dry' petition presented at the last Mr. Pendleton's friends In Titus .
    many c::> and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months
    .'y and Cigars.Guaranteed meeting of'the Board. Judge Jones vllle, Including the ADVOOATF, wish aa::
    ,. ;, grunted nn order compelling tho Boardto the happy couple n long, happy and prosperous r e:= $'Mall Orders, will receive prompt and careful attention
    j Pure.
    meet, and made the writ returnableat life, with only enough thorns to aG +
    DCtLnnd at 11 o'clock a. m. on Satur make the Ilowers shine more brightly. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
    : John B. Togni, day. The Board was on hand all day ,f ", =EJ ,

    with Its attorney, but Judge Jones was .. .
    No. 103) East Bay Street, Corner OWan. unable to bo piesent. A FEW APPLICATIONS of Hancock's -. ,'p' --

    '"\ Near the I oid stand "It has now been arranged that the Liquid Sulphur will cure any case of + eta-

    .r :, JACKSONVILLE, 'FLORIDA.la case In to bo argued on the demnrrer Uronnd Itch, at J. B. Screven's.. In b:I Special Attention !

    tiled by the County Coramliwloners. before TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.If .
    - -- Judge Jones at Tampa this week. McFARLAND HAS QUALIFIED.To .
    la EastEnd' Judge/{ D. I.. Oaulden, of Titusvllle; and '
    L Cafe. C. Cooper, of Jacksonville, are representing QIVKN TO' MAIL ORDER!: FOR-
    the Voters oNUrevard I
    the County Commissioners! and County: .
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    '. claim the petition to be illegal and not Certain persons whose positions as Hardware, Tinware Crockery] Glassware,
    J. HO HAN
    1 WM. Prop'r.'Wines t In proper form. It Is believed the county County officials should bar them from I lt1 riavjwe.

    Liquors and Cigars. ,will surely go dry again, and It Is hopedto taking unfair advantage! of any candidatethat Harness and Sto-yes.
    save the expense of a new election." Is to come before the' voters at the
    : ANHAUSEH: HUSOII DEER A srzci .r.rv. Attorney Oeo. M. Robbing, of Titus I next primary, have caused a report to be
    j vllle, hits been In Tampa this week representing circulated to the effect that I, as a candidate gjG Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.
    Out of town orders given prompt attentlpn. those who brought the manda- for the Legislature, have failed to

    f Jug trade a specialty. mus against the Volusla County Com make application to the State Committeeto Jas. Fritchard c& Son.
    .1 missioners. have my name printed on the ballots
    '; 1-FURNISIIED ROOMS A later report from DeLand says that to be used at the coming primary, thus
    in the matter of the mandamus to compel debarring me from the race. The following Postoffice Box 212,
    r Cor. Bay and Catherine Sts, the County. Commissioners to call an letter from Mr. Arthur T. William;
    "f .Jacksonville Florida. election under the petition for .a "wet chairman of the State committee, proves Titus-v-i11o' :, Florida.:
    and dry" election presented at their last the report.to be false.
    meeting, which was argued before Judge Respectfully, WM. II. MCFARLAND: !
    p Mason's Fruit Jars. Jones of the Circuit Court the court -- .
    held that It was not a legal petition under STATE DBMOCKATIO COMMITTEE.: )l
    ; : tho law and no election could be held; Jacksonville, Fla., June 10,10CU.\) :! }( Your House Goes up in Smokeand
    PINTS, 00 centa per dozen.., he also held that the "primary election" Mr..W, II. MoFarland, Pineapples.

    : provided by law Is a legal election, such Titusvllle, l Fla you loose everything
    p QUARTS, CBcts per dozen ag Is contemplated 'under the local option Dear Sir:-[ am In receipt your no- It is your own fault.
    '1"' law, within sixty day of which time no tice of candidacy and application to bare
    i 'a OAL. l 110> cts. per dozen. "wet and dry" election can be called. your name! printed on the primary election ::Fir Xn.S-u.raX10e.
    This decision relieves the county of the ballot\ to be used *t the Dumoorat sufficient to cover the value of the prop We solicit, consignments of all kind of Fruits, Vegetables and
    I "I" : m-rING expenses of an election for the present at lo election, calledo>' be held July 13th: erty and household effects should be car Produce. All shipments receive our personal attention. :Returns r
    4 NOY.3P" O. T. leiist. The county has been "dry" for ll'O'J) ; and a receipt ''from your, chairman ried. Kates ate not high. The companieswe made day of sale.: Stencil or rubber stamp on application.
    I It5 Furniture. about twelve years, and the decision of of your County Committee, allowing the represent are solvent, reliable and lib
    t I St. Augustine! Florida. the Judge( Is a distinct victory for the payment of your assessment as a candidate eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
    "dry1 element. for nomination to the offloe of member Don't neglect to take out policy..
    SCOsrE: : & :a-o-GaES.: :
    of the house of Re,'resuntatives for 8CUUYI.KR & 3KANNING, ...
    Brevard County. I will certify your .
    W. McFARLAND OPPOSEDTO name to the chairman of the County TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 21 ROANOKE DOCK
    DISPENSARY. committee, an a candidate for the above Correspondence Invited. J,
    oftice, to be printed on the ballots to be
    RfiA.ill used said U'l"ABLl8111D!: 1870.M. .
    at primary as provided for In
    ." 'TITUSVILLE;June lU, 11\02.\ the call of the State committee. X111111/ .

    I Yours. truly, AIITIIITK T. WILLIAM. i
    Editor, Reef Count Advocates
    : C Chr'n. Slate Dem. Ex. Com. Lane & Son ,
    .ill 1+ I am convinced that the ring rule politicians .
    ,
    > 1864 Intend' to do everything they can .
    at the next Legislature for the passage/ TAKEN TO THE ASYLUM.
    II I I It of a Dispensary Law Their object Is, ussalJr \ 230) WASHINGTON' STREET NEW YORK.

    of course, to bud!) up n political ring A.report from Klsslmmee says that the SRwI'NO N (MINE
    j that never could be overthrown by the community was greatly surprised and
    I '," ,'. (0..."d..'.,',.'. :.t"'f'', }'_ people of Florida. Now, I wish to place shocked, last Saturday, when the family Southern Fruit and Produce
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    :- .. ..., ::I.. myself on record as being opposed to It. and friends of Attorney K. II. Seymour
    "
    I, ,\ ,','f., .. :" :.:': ::: r. 1st-Because the very best people and applied to the County XntvrV.ki.WITH : ...- religious associations of the /State:: are of Inquiry as to the condition of his mind. OO33TL32CLi:: :: raslom.: H orcla.CLra.to-:
    ; THE NEW YEAH opposed to it, The court found his mind unbalanced,
    open up one of my bottles of 2nd-I am opposed to the State of caused by the excessive use of stimulants, SPECIALTIES: FLORIDA PIN APPLE8.. Stencils, Cards and our I
    OLD WINE OR WHISKEY Florida being placed In the undignified and he was taken to the asylum by Sheriff

    '''. and drink to the health and prosperity of position of selling liquor. Prevatt. I'.A. Vane Agnew la Mr. :Sey l\ quotations furnished on application.
    t', friends and self the 3rd-i am opposed to It because It is mour's attorney, and finds his affairs f
    f a during year. Democratic 'which Is We ante for the above .
    C These goods are and wholesome. against principles somewhat involved, as Seymour has not agents Sewing .
    I. i i Unexcelled for richness pure strength and opposed but to sumptuary law I and further been capable for some time to give his Machine, and keep a full line of the dif J. H. OETOEN. WILL H. OETCEN. EJX OKTQENJOETGEIT >
    4 fhtvor.Rlght'for. Lust, not least am opposed business the attention It required. A
    health and to the Dispensary plan on account guardian will be appointed and his business ferent styles on hand
    I hospitality. of the groat reign! of crime that Is now straightened out. Mr. Seymour was &
    JOHN R. WALKER & CO. ,OETGE1T ..
    d; ItO lr'P. L. MOT LOW\
    i' In the /State:: of /South:: Carolina, brought well known to many in Tltusvllle where
    1 I'" TITUSVILLE: : Rn( JOCOA, FLA. about by the operation of such a system; be attended Court on several occasions Titusvllle, 'Florida. (I

    and If the advocates of such a law In our 23 & 23: EAST ADAMS ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,\,

    State::! should be .successful there Is no i Mlnml'n" Street I We Solicit of all Kinds of
    L A. Hildroth;, reason why we should, not have a great Hodgson Bros.EAU Consignments

    Dealer In Foreign and Domostlo l Brands amount Increase of In unhapplneus orjme and among a corresponding our peo- The attempt to color the streets of Miami \. QALLIE INDIAN' RIVER, FLA. Fruits Produce Vegetables Poultry Eggs Salt Fish & Roe
    by lining magnetic/ Iron ore and Vo- ,
    i..of.., ple. Yours truly, lunla yellow rand has proved a dlsinal, Marine Railway.
    \V. H. McFAiu.ANp, The above goods are our sperltltins. We give all shipment prompt and I
    Rum Brandies Whiskeys Gins Candidate for the Legislature failure the Times-Union, says: the Miami and Citizen.correspondent The recent of General Merchants and. Ship Chandlers. personal attention. We do not handle these goods as a side line, but give them

    heavy rains have washed a !great .Special Facilities.. all of our attention, and guarantee: shippers best returns, honest dealings and I
    Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. quick remittance. Best reference on application. Tags and stencils\ are free.
    the material Into the
    of
    portion
    !gutters,
    A SUDDEN DEATH IN TITUS For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Give. us a trial.
    Tho best whiskey and liquors served by leaving the streets as white as before the I
    polite and courteous attention. VILLE application. The experiment made on Yachts and Launches,
    Thirteenth street with sulphate of Iron Mention the ADVOCATS when writing.
    ''j A first cl\lIsline: of foreign Jedodlah Lyman was found dead In quite a success. There Is
    I ILOlfley'
    i and domestic cigars. back yard )'estel'dlyafternoon, little doubt now with this solution properly F. Ruhlmaxi & Co.-
    Two Flue Lots For Sale.
    used( the streets can be kept a brlgbtyelloW'
    about o'clock. For the last few dayshe
    ; FAMILY and IIOTEL TRADE Solicited
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    } ill and at very small expense.
    has been complaining of feeling
    Two fine ]() lots Indian
    .alre lying on
    'Ii Prompt and careful attention given with fever but nothing serious\ was an FLORIDAPIN""E
    miles south
    River, :3 of Fort Pierce, on a .
    to mall orders, accompanied by cash ticipated. His death was very sudden, Capture of H tlurgular. good shell road. Each lot has 300 feet
    as he was soon and spoken to a few minutes -
    L. A. IULDRETII river frontage. Illtth bluff,covered with
    ,
    before ho was found doad. Deceased A white man, known as John Andrews palms and hardwood timber. Good for : :PPI..ES:
    I FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. waa born In Connecticut/ about sixty '
    and Harmon Mercer, who was oranges, !grapefruit, tangerines and pine
    seven years ago, and came here from As- No better location the
    wanted for breaking Into the house of apples. on riverat
    JAI A. FLOOD: bury Park lIe served, .N. J..In about the Union fourteen years dun Mr. Jess English, Tltusville, and stealIng any price. $1,000.00 for each lot. A SPECIALTY.
    ago. Army
    several articles therefrom, was recently C. T. MCCARTY,
    (Formerly of New York City,) ing the Civil War; and was it: Royal Arch captured at Port Orange by Sheriff Ankona, Fla. '
    Mason. The remains will be interred In New York Agents for Florida Fancy Pineapple Association.
    _
    : Regular Licensed ;Master Jos. P. Brown and Deputy-Sheriff Kurtz,
    the Titusvilla Cemetery this (Friday)
    and brought to Titusvllle. lie now
    IMumber, morning, with Masonic honors, by the languishes In Brevard> County Jail, to Draylng. 201 Washington St > NEW YORK.

    With the very best experiences of over Indian River Lodge No. 00, F. & A, 11[. await his trial al the next term of Circuit Draylng or hauling/ of all kinds promptly 1 S)3) Murray Street. f N. Y.

    years ou all kinds of tbtf most approve Court. attended to. Meets all trains. Stovewood .
    .. sanitary methods of plumbing. A BIG LAND SALE IN DADE supplied. -

    has opened a tlrst-class shop on BeucU BlMonta Ilanqaet In TttuevltlwIndian ALFRED UADZ.KY Titusvllle.
    COUNTY. '
    street, south of opera house, where I am OLJ\7'Ir: :' SRO:: =3ERO:

    prepared to furnish and Install the very River Lodge N o.00, F.A A. M., Land For; Sale. ,
    latest and most approved system of sanitary :Mr. Albert W. Gilclirlst, of DeSoto has invited the Grand Master and several :
    plumbing, drainage and ventilating I County, has purchased -110,000 acres of brethren to Join them in a banquet at -
    together with all kinds of the very best timber and farming lands for New Orleans 17> acres first-claw 'pineapple land, Produce Commission Merchants. It
    the Indian River hotel, Titusvllle/ on t
    desirable front, on St. Lucle river at a
    sanitary plumbing fixtures of the best capitalists, represented by Wiener Friday next, the 27th Inst. A right write
    For reasonable terms .
    manufacture, with the very latest sani .t Dresser. These lands line In the bargain.
    time Is the Masonic
    Jovial anticipated
    by
    tary requirements all kinds, direct and northern portion of the county. of Dade, W. W. LT/CB,
    fraternity on the above occasion. The
    Florida
    Indirect, hot water and steam heating; and belonged to the Florida Commercial members of the followlag lodges have Tlbbals, Fla. Pines Our Specialty.

    laundry drying rooms lit ted. All work Company and the Dlsston Land been Invited: Daytona, New Smyrna,
    will receive prompt land personal attention Company The company purchasing Cocoa and Melbourne. Clothing Cleaned Dyed, )
    and dono at the very lowest terms. these lands have paid! to Dade county
    Estimates cheerfully furnished Telephone 'and the State the mug little sum of Pressed and Repaired. Ladies'dressesa 335 Washington Street II
    L 0-1, Daytona, Fla. 11,000for back taxes. The East Coast Furnished Cottages for Kent. I specialty.. Address, I ,
    Ay Is "the cream of Florida and capitalists \ I SAX PcRKnrs NEW YORK. 4I
    C3T:: Reading notice ads. on this page are keeping watchful\ eye upon this At Melbourne Beach, Fla. Enquire of : Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street,

    are live cents per line per week. favored section. Just watch It boom. 13j R. W. BKAVJKAX.: : : P. O. Box 253. Sanford Fla. References: Our 35;years record. Chatham National Bank, New' York.








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    I I ir: Vf'' TiJ'S[ J9 PENDLETONRUSSELL.The Robbins & Graham Go.luoorpomtmt. :EI.: L. ::se: -DEALERS:c IN-& ::seO-,


    ti, JEWKLEKS' AND SILVERSMITHS, Russel wedding and of Mr.Miss John Eugenfa Edwin Zimmerman Pendle-- ( .) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS[

    41 West ton, which occurred at the Methodist PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00. ,
    t Street
    Bay church, Leosburg/:, on Wednesday evening We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTI1;,' 'I<:R
    JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 1 4 June 11, tOil:!, was a most elaborate This l company ownsLAN3 We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all ,', "M1,
    : and brilliant event. ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
    {I Largest stock in tills section of country.. The church, which was roost beautifully r ; c s. :E. L. BRADY; BRO. TITUSVILLE. FLA.

    t tY Established in 18(18. .' decorated with ferns palms bamboo _
    ,
    in the Indian River On the St.
    )if? Semi for descriptive catalogue. ,. and a profusion of pretty and dainty Country;

    j .,':" .w. flowers, was a sight to behold, and well Lucle River; at New, River aa 1. bespeak the l love and esteem In which .
    :.:, ,,THE ANHEUSER BIJSlJH.. ''At the present day, authorities on skin this young couple was held. Every' seat Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times. .
    diseases ..concede; and have demonstrated In thin spacious edifice was tilled long I Send for Land List In-

    Asso's that skin diseases of every nature arc before'the hour for the ceremony. Offices at TItusvIlle and Miami Fla. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
    '\ Brewing & caused by microscopic germs, baccilll, Mendelssohn's wedding march was ,

    I bacteria, ralorosyms or other forms of played as the bridal party advapoed; up Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited.
    t f' : ti Famous St. Loulti Keg and Bop animal decomposition. Hancock's Liquid the ftlsle. First came two little boys as : OKO. M. BOBBIN'S, f. A. MORGAN FLORIDA.
    f; Sulphur arrests animal decomposition in ribbon bearers costumes In Fauntleroy President Actuary.' TITtTSY1LLE

    t tied Beer, every form, and Is an absolute destroyer stylo, followed by the bride's maids and _.- --_. -- -.- .. -- ..-------.-----.---------.- -
    if, : gold bf MenuF..A.Loalejr and of all germ' In such diseases as Eczema, groomsmen In con pled, Miss Dora Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,'

    1'1f' ,:, II L [ t1'nw,TltllNvlllul'la.Il Bait Rheum. Tetter, Acne,Pim plea Ringworm Mitchell and Mr.' T. E. Ramsey; Miss WILL FURNISHAbstracts INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
    Diptborla Sure Throat and Frederick Smith.
    1 Open Suzanne Ezelle and Dr.
    t By Mr. R. L.Motlow)Coooa,ria. Sores. :. TITUSVILLE FLA.
    These were followed by the honor maid of TitleFOR ,

    k JOSEPH ZAPF For Sale by J. JJ. SpREVEN, druggist, Miss Mary Williams, and the bride, passing LANDS IN:' Is. prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or ]loose. Special ftttentlo
    down the left at.the
    entrance same
    ; for Fair dealing is motto.
    Brevard paid sacking for Yachts or family use. my
    TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA time the j groom and his best man, Mr. County. .
    William marched down the left T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.Whaler's .
    :; Sole Agent. I Abney Office under La-r Office of
    : entrance. All meeting at the chancel, .
    5Vrv"' ; where Dr. Josephus Anderson read the OKO. M. ROBBINS,
    f 010 to 020 West Bay Street,
    t; : WET OR DRY ELECTION IN Impressive ceremony. TITUSVILLE, Ft.A.

    't-1.' JACKSONVILLE FLA.TOGNI'S. VOLUSIA COUNTY. The bride was exquisitely gowned: In
    ,
    flimsy white organdy with! eourt train Store.
    j tl :v -r Jewelry .
    the cordage was elaborately trimmed In East Coast Meat Market
    ,',
    i
    I I The DeLand correspondent of the T. liberty silk with point applique while ,
    .
    .
    ; U. A Citizen says: "Public Interest has her veil was caught with a single white I
    centered In the action taken by several rose fattened with a diamond brooch. G. F. DUREN, Agent
    !&: RETREAT.
    Clocks J"cvclrySilvcl.varc Etc
    I Watches
    f TItusvIlle people In employing an attorney Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton left at 10lO: 13:: ""r.2 *. ,
    I sY\ '!" and bringing a mandamus -
    t Againstthe o'clock for an extended trip to Norfolk, ere> o
    1 Choice County Commissioners to compel Va., and other points of Interest before po Mo ::!.
    s them to call an election on the 'Wet going to their future home la TItusvIlle.Mr C/3 tea, SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watchesand

    "'J \.1\1\, Wines, Liquor. and Dry' petition presented at the last Pendleton's many friends InTitus- Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.
    1 t&' and Cigars. meeting; of'tho Board Judge Jones villa, Including the ADVOOATV!, wish s"C
    granted an order compelling the Boardto the happy couple a long, happy and pros C3T"iIall Orders will receive, prompt and careful attention
    f i, Guaranteed Pure. meet, end made the writ returnable perous life, with only enough/: thorns to c-:>>
    at DeLAnd at 11 o'clock a. m. on Saturday make the llowcrs shine more brightly. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
    I : John B. Togni, The Hoard was on hand all day .

    t with its attorney, but Judge Jones was .._ ..._
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    t No. 103 East Bay Street Corner Ocean.t unable to be ptesent. A FEW APPLICATIONS of IIancock's -= .U-2.-. .
    1 I' Near t he old i eland "Jc has now been arranged that the Liquid Sulphur will cure any case of ca.t esw >

    l'' JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA.. case is to be argued on the demurrer Ground Itch, at J. B. Screven's.. .; C Special Attention !

    .. ,. .. Iliad by the County Commliwlonera before TITUSVILLE: FLORIDA.!
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    Jones
    Judge at Tampa this week. McFARLAND HAS QUALIFIED.To .
    Judge D. I.. Gaulden, of TItusvIlle; and a
    (: East End Cafe.VM. C. J.Cooper of Jacksonville, are representing GIVEN TO' MAIL ORDER! FOR-

    I the County Cornmlsitloimrfl, and the Voters oSBrevard County: o 1 Glassware
    claim the to be and* whose Hardware Tinware Crockery
    t '" petition illegal not Certain perilous positions as ,
    y J. nOBAN
    \ Prop'r.'Wines l In proper form. It Is believed the county County officials should bar them from

    Liquors and Cigars. .will surely go dry again, and It la' hopedto taking unfair advantage: of any candidatethat Harness and Stoyes.
    save the expense of a new election." is to come before the' voters at the wj' w
    i '
    ,:ANHAUSEK BCBOH UKRR: A SPECIALTY. Attorney Geo. M. Robbins, of Titus next primary, have cansod report to be
    yule, has been In Tampa this week, representing circulated to the effect that I.as a can- jCttTOur+ Stock Is Complete' and We Can FID) Orders Promptly.
    'Out of town orders given prompt atten those who brought the mandamus didate for the Legislature have failed to

    I, .tion. Jug trade a specialty mlssioners.against the Volusla County Coin make have application my name to printed the State on Committeeto the ballots Jas. Fritchard c& Son.

    J iMT-FURNISltED ROOMS A Inter report from DeLand says that to be used at the coming primary thus
    iu the matter of the mandamus to compel debarrlngme: from the race. The follow Postof&ce Box 212,
    '
    Cor. Bay and Catherine Sts, the County Commissioners to call an ing letter from Mr. Arthur T. William;

    : t; ..,.Jacksonville Florida election under the petition for a "wet chairman of the Stato committee, proves Titusville; Florida.
    I 'H and dry" election presented at their last the report to be falsa.
    j meeting, which wan argued before Judge Respectfully, WM. H. McFAnrAND.

    Mason's Fruit Jars. Jones of the Circuit Court, the court ."'
    held that It was not.a legal petition under STATE DKMOCUATIC ConMITTBK I
    f Mi the law and no election could be held; Jacksonville, Fla., June It), liIO=!. I If Your House Goes up in Smokeand PirieapplesWe
    PINTS: 00 cents dozen. field
    ,
    per he also that the "primary election"provided Mr..W. II. MoFarland,

    /. by law Is a legal, election, such TItusvIlle, Fla you loose everything
    \ .\ I' QUARTS, (CBcts J( per dozen aj is contemplated under the local option Dear Sir:-I am In receipt! your notice It Is your own faul.
    : r'' --- law, within sixty:: days of which time no of candidacy and application to have JLre
    'u GAL. 00 cts. dozen. "wet and dry" election can be called. your name printed on the primary election : : X'n..s-u.r: .:I1oe.
    I'/ L per This decision relieves the county of the ballot, to be used at the Democratic sufficient! to cover the value of the property solicit, consignment ot! all kinds-of Fruits Vegetables and
    if I I ; --- expenses of an election for the present! at election, called lo: be held July 15th, and household. effect should be car Pioduce. All shipmepts receive our personal attention. Returns
    Y,3P G. T. BUNTING, east. The county has been "dry" fur ]IflO4; ; and a receipt ''from chairman ried. Kate are not high.: The companies
    made of sale. Stencil rubber
    1 I day or stamp on application.
    I J IB5! Furniture. about twelve years, and the deciiiion of of your County Committee allowing: the we represent are solvent, reliable and lib
    I r'' St. Augustine, Florida. tho Judge U a distinct victory for the payment of your assessment as a candidate eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
    "dry" element. for nomination to the office of member Don't neglect to take out a policy. !
    : SOOSIE: : : & :
    ; a-o-G:5eS::
    \tIrt'I I of the house of Heir Heutrttlves for 8CUUYLER &. 3RANNING, _
    Bcevard, County Twill\ certify your .
    : TITUSVILLE
    FLORIDA. :
    ; t' W. H. McFARLAND OPPOSED name to the chairman of the County 21 ROANOKE DOCK NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.

    I TO DISPENSARY. committee, as a candidate for the above Correspondence Invited.
    1 At l All1 oflioe to be printed on I the ballots to be
    .
    A used said KSTAItLISHKD: .870.I
    at primary, as provided for In
    TITUSVILLK, June ID, 1002.Editor the call of the Slate committee. X11till(

    .' i'I* I Kant Count Advocate; Yours truly, ARTHUR T. WU.I.IAMS. /
    ; Chr'n. Slate: Dem. Ex. Cum. M. Lane & Son
    )< jf I am oouvlnoed that the ling rule poll-
    ,
    :,I 1864 tlolans Intend to do everything they can
    1 / 87 at the next Legislature for the passageof TAKEN TO THE ASYLUM.A. .
    a Dispensary i Law Their object Is, ua+P > \ 250: WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.

    ,! r ; of course, to .bulld up a political ring .report from! KllIslmmee says that the 5 wIN/S CHINE
    I '" that never could be overthrown by the community was greatly surprised and .
    J
    Fruit
    ., Southern and Produce
    ,
    \ \" '(. .ivra\: ",,'"",>" >' people of jlor'idn. Nov, I wish to place shocked, last Saturday when the family
    .. ,
    t' : :. ". ": : myself on record as being opposed to It. and friends of Attorney K. II. Seymour
    .
    t. ; ;. ,.... ::i:. W\ :'\.:. ? 1st-Itcoause tho very best people and applied to the c'ounty'Judjle; : for a courtof
    ,..1)M ) ..oto..... rolluloua: associations of the, State are I inquiry alto the condition of his mind Coro.c: : :: .ssj.OD. Merchas: ts.
    _ ,, ', WITH THE NEW YEAR opposed to It. Tha court found his mind unbalanced,
    '\ open up one of my bottles of :2nd-I am opposed! to the State of caused by the excessive use of stlmulifnts, SPECIALTIES: FLORIDA PINEAPPLES.. Stencils, Cards and our
    1M J OLD WINE OR WHISKEY Florida being placed In the undignified and he was taken to the asylum by Sheriff

    M I ,, and drink to the health and prosperity of position of selling liquor. Prevatt. P.A. Vans Agnew/: Is Mr. ey.motu'll quotations furnished on application.! -
    friend and self 3rd-I am opposed to It because It Is attorney, and rinds his affairs' .
    r I >\ These goods are during the and year.wholesome against Democratic principles which Is somewhat Involved, as Seymour has not We arq agents for the above Sewing .

    I Unexcelled for richness pure strength and opposed to sumptuary law, and been capable for some time to give his Machine, and keep a full line of the different J. H. OETOEJf. WILL H. OETOEK. KB* OE'rOENtOETCEN' :
    least I further
    but not
    flavor Last, am opposed business the attention It required. A
    7', ;I ,for health and to the Dispensary l plan on accountof guardian will be appointed and his business styles on hand,
    .
    Right hospitality
    the great: reign, of crime that Is now i straightened/: out. Mr. Seymour was JOHN B. WALKER: A co. <& ,OETCE1T
    p : UOBT. L. MOTLOW, In the State of South:! Carolina, brought 'well known to many In TItusvIlle, where
    ... TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLA. about bv the operation of such system; he attended Court on several occasions. TItusvIlle, . 'Florida.
    and If the advocates of,jinoh a law In our 23 A 25: EAST ADAMS ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

    L A. Ilildretli State should be successful, there Is no II..I' Street. Bros.EAU We Solicit Consignments of all Kinds of
    should have Hodgson
    reason why we not a great .

    Dealer In Foreign and Domostlo Brands Increase of In unhappiness out me and among a correspondingamount our pea The by attempt using magnetic to-color Iron the streets ore and of VoIIJ,111 Miami -- GALLIC, INDIAN RIVER* FLA. I Fruits, Produce, Vegetables, Poultry, Eggs, Salt Fish & Roe.The .

    i..of... ple. Your truly, fand has Marine Railway.
    yellow proved a dismal
    W. I*. McF ARt..UfP, above goods Are specialties. We all shipments
    our
    give oat prompt and l ,
    Rum Brandies Whiskeys Gins .candl late fur the Legislature, failure Times-Union, says: the Miami and Citizen.correspondent The recent of General Merchants and Ship Chandlers personal attention. Wo do not handle these goods as a side line, but give them

    heavy rains have washed a great Special Facilities., all of our attention, and guarantee shippers beat returns honest dealings: and
    -: Wlnea, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. I quick remittance. Best reference on application. Tags and stenoiU are free.
    of the material Into the
    A SUDDEN DEATH IN TITUS- portion gutters: for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Give us trial.
    The best whiskey Bud liquors served by leaving: the streets as white as before the ,
    polite and courteous attention.A VILLE application. The experiment made on Yachts and Launches, -
    Thirteenth street with sulphate of Iron Mention the ADVOCATB when writing.
    first clans line of foreign Jedodlnli I.. T.vman was found dead In Is proving; quite a success. There Is
    and domestic cigars.FAMILY / Lnnley' back yard yesterday afternoon. little doubt now with this solution proper P. Riih.lz.nan c& Co.
    Two Fine Lots For Sale.
    and HOTEL TRADE Solicited about 1 o'clock. For the last few days !r used the streets can be kept a bright -

    he has' been complaining of feeling ill yellow, and at very small expenso.! Two floe 10-aore lots lying on Indian

    Prompt and careful attention givento with fever but nothing serious was an River, :2 miles south of Fort Pierce on a FLORIDAPI1'TEA..PPLES
    mall orders, accompanied by' cash. ticipated. Ills death was very sudden, Capture of a llnrg-ulitr. good shell road. Each lot has 300 feet.
    as he wan soon and spoken to a few min river IlliiH bluff covered with
    L. .\.. I1ILDRETII, frontage. ,
    utes before he was found dead. Deceased and hardwood timber. Good for
    A white man, known as John An- palms
    FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. was born In Connecticut about sixty-: drews and Harmon Mercer, who was oranges: grapefruit: tangerines/: and pineapples
    seven years ago, and came here from As- wanted for breaking. ; Into the house of No better location on the riverat

    JAMS A. .r ooJ), bury Park, N. J., about fourteen :years Mr. Jess English, Tltnsvllle, and stealIng any price. $1,000.00 for each lot. A SPECIALTY.New .
    lie served In the Union durIng
    ago. Army -
    C. T. McCAR-rr
    several articles therefrom, was recent ,
    (Formerly of New York City,) the Civil; War; and was it Royal Arch !captured at Port Orange by Sheriff Ankona, Fla.
    Mason.. The remains will be Interred in York Agents for Florida Fancy Pineapple Association.
    Licensed Master
    Regular Jos. p, Itrownand Deputy-Sheriff: Kurtz,
    '1 Plumber the TItusville Cemetery this (Friday) and brought to Titusville. lie now .
    I!k morning, with Muaonlo honors, by the languishes In Brevard County jail, to Ttraylng.Draylng 261 Washington St ) NEW YOP.K. .

    _ ;t r; With the very best experiences of over Indian River Lodge No. 00, F. A A. M. await his trial al tho next term of Circuit hauling:of all kinds promptly 03 1 Murray Street. J f N. Y.
    --'
    l years on all kinds of the most ap Court. attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
    prove sanitary methods of plumbing, A BIG LAND SALE IN DADE \ wood supplied

    d bas opened a ret-claas shop on Beach Maaonle In Tltuer111e.Indian ALFRED UADLKY TItusville.
    llanquel ,
    COUNTY.Mr.
    street, south furnish of opera and house Install, where the I am OII\7II.: : : : : :' BRO:: : : HERO::: ::
    to ,
    1 prepared very River Lodge Yo.DO.) F. A A.3I., Land For: Sale.
    ( latest and most approved system of sanitary Albert W. Gilchrlst, of DeSoto has invited the Grand Master and several .
    plumbing, drainage and ventilating County, has purchased 410,000& acres of brethren to join them In a banquet at first-class
    land
    I 17K aorel 'pineapple Produce Commission
    < timber and lands for
    t together with all kinds of the very best farming New Orleans Merchants.
    the Indian River hotel, Tltusvll'e, on desirable front, on St. Lucle river, at a
    fixtures of the best capitalists represented by Wiener
    sanitary plumbing Friday next, the 27th inst. A right bargain. For reasonable terms write
    manufacture with, the latest sanitary A Dresser These lands line In the ,
    ,
    very
    all kinds direct and northern of the of Dade Jovial time Is anticipated by the Masonic W. W. LUCK,
    portion county ,
    requirements;;
    The
    the above" occasion.
    Florida
    fraternity on Tlbbals Fla.
    i Indirect, hot water and steam heating; and belonged to the Florida Commercial members of the following lodges have Pines Our Specialty.
    laundty drying rooms lltted. All work Compan and the Dlsston Land
    Invited
    been New
    : Daytona, Smyrna,
    The Clothing Cleaned, Dyed
    will receive prompt land personal attention Company. company urchaslag Cocoa and Melbourne.
    and done at the very lowest terms. these lands have paid to Dade county
    Estimates cheerfully furnished. Telephone and the State the snug little sum of Pressed and Repaired. Ladies'dressesa 335 Washington Street
    04, Daytona' Fla. ll.OOOfor back taxes. The East CoastIs Furnished Cottages for ICoiit. specialty. Address ,
    a,.. "the cream of 1'10rldaand capitalists SAM PEBKIVS: NEW YORK.
    KIT" Reading notice ads. on this .page are keeping a watchful\ eye upon this At Melbourne Beach, Fla. Enquire of Magnolia Avenue and 6th. Street
    arc dve cent per line per week. favored section. Just watcb It boom. 13j K. W. BEACJKAS.: P. O. Box 233. Sanford, Fla. References: Our M year record. Chatham National' Bank, New York.





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