East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
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System ID: UF00079908:00196
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NEWS Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page 8. -There Is going to be great jubileeIn M11)-SUMMER SALK; AT J. Jt.WALICHU THE FOURTH OF JULY. AMONG THE HOTELS.

Titusville the 4th of July.
Sam Perkins,Sanford cleans clothes. & CO'S.

Lnd, Topics. of General Interest. FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO REMEMBER: 1 FORT PIERCE OELK- Whore to stop In Tltusville See Tl-
braces the Fourth In grand old style. *' tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page.
Dr. Dodson near the Court-house. Beg-In iiing DionIayandCoutlnu; TITUSY1LLE WILL CELEBRATE.

THE ADVOCATE -Visitors to Havana, Cuba will find Where to stop along the East Coast.
and Indlanola items
GoHllngsvtlle week.
ing1 through the
the week at the ; : See lisle hotels 7.
ADVOOATK file on
In advance. on every
I $1,50 per annum. came too late for this Issue.
American Club. The following prices Invite attention
1.00 six months your The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all
REDUCED RATES from all '
2.00 per an. to foreign: countries. points 53 Wo cannot guarantee to publish : the bust hotels In New York city.
north nnd south for the celebration at Mercerized French" Lawn pretty pat
When subscribe for the ADVOCATE items that do not reach this office before
you Fort Pierce on the Fourth." I terns worth HOo per yard ; at :Jl cents. The tide of Hotel Marlborough and
by the year It does not coat youthree noon on Thursdajs. Hotel Vendomo will be found
]0-4 Sheeting, regular price 23: cents; New York
L. C. who has been
Included. -Mrs. Brnnnlng
cents per week, postage TilE TOURNAMENT AND HORSE this 81\lel1: rants per yard, on our 7th page. Also that of the Hotel

.Note date of expiration printed upon and visiting Jacksonville: relatives In returned Green Cove homo Springs on racing will be features Ht Fore Pierceon Dotted Swiss:: white and colors well Hamilton, on 4.1th street.

your paper or wrapper every week. This Monday.; the Glorious Fourth worth :W rents per yard ; only 1 hy: cents.: I Mr. Van Huntington during the past
Is a receipt for money. No need India : 170t'ntll.
your I.Inon worth :J3cts., at
The Sembler the F. E. season clerk at the Royal Polnclaua,
for us to send receipt for subscription. -Mr.\ und Mis. Geo. F. Paddlson of Cottage near Handsome line ladles neckwear at New
C. will be Palm Beach }'h'. Is now room clerk at
Railway station Titusvllle ,
The date gives It to Eau arrived In Wednesday
York *
you. Gallle town cost-11 to 71\ cents per piece. Mich.
entertain the 4th. the Fiontenac Hotel Frankfort
to on ,
BTun' EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on on a short visit to Mr. and Mrs Ueo. }J. prepared guests An A Xo. 1 Sowing :Machine, cheap at

Sftla at the following news-stands at five Kobbins.Mis.. Write to Mrs. Sembler for rooms. .2 .OO; this sale only $ $.(&( The Larkin House at Watch IIIU R.

nts per copy : T. T. Wetmore entertained the -Mr. T. E. Ramsey chief clerk In the Hnndxonwlv. curved, Golden Oak finished I., under the management/ Mr. Arthur

Titus vllle-B. R. Wilson. & Son. members- the Progressive! Culture club Eagle Clothing Store ..ho has been on a sldubonrd. > ., worth fI8.. ; this sale, L. Marsh, of the Hotel Indian River,
Jacksonville-Duvnl hotel. vacation to his old home In Gadsden only #17.00.) Kockledite, will open for the season to
at her residence In West Tltu, vlllo
News etand.. Union depot Monday afternoon.Xo Ala., returned to town on Wednesday. A 40.yard roll real! China matting for morrow (Saturday.)

---- FOURTH OF JULY VISITORS: WILLgo onlv.*..:M r-r it, Tho' Duval and WoHtmorelttml hotels,
notice ads. ten cents need to return receipt for paidsubscription OOCI\I'IR' worth $11.00 for only $0.00;
I PReadiog are to 11. II. Carpentel"s'New Fruit Jacksonville are still colng n tlourlahlug -
ag credit Is given on the another, worm h f 11.00) for $121)0.<) > ,
rUne on this page. bland', on the Lund adjoining Carroll's / bu..lnelllHel1lttmbcr. these hotels
name-aml-date slip pasted upon your A SPECIAL DISCOUNT 0"10 PER
'fl.! grocery: stole for your fruits, when you visit. Jacksonville. Their ds..
Pierce to
-Only $1.50 from Fort paper or wrapper every week. CENT: ON ALL OfllKK CASH PURCHASES
melons cool drinks.A will be found on 7th
isvlllo and return on the Fourth. water peanuts, DURING\ NEXT WEKK.! PROGRAMME. page.

tar"" Filter tubes are now for sale at Tuesday-Mr. Wm.fur Fort II. Pierce McFarUnd' and other left placesIn here, regular meeting: of Friendship On the Fourth of July we shall fit up TIIH IIAI.I.OOX ACKNKION ANn PAHACM Hotel Cadillac, New York.has chang

2'ict.: extra. Chapter :No. II I. Older of Eastern Star a oozy corner for tired mothers In our ed hands and the present. managers
tils with Fourth of
office price ; postage connection the July DTK JUMP. '
Titus Come In sit and 'whom IN Mr. Campbell-have
will be bold In the chapter-room large: store down rest among
-"Mr. Wm.. Praetorlus, of Canaveral" ; .celebration-and to attend to a' little political vllle Tuesday evening; next at 7:10.::! A think you are at home. We shall prepare Don't forget the big balloon Rsoen.Rltln takeu a ten years' lease on It. Hilt Improvements

as among the pleasant. callers at thin business as well. full attendance js desired. a plate for the tables to sleep-no and parachute Jump nt Titusvllle are, being made In this fine

"Hoe on Monday. CALL AT F. !t. TAYLOR'S PHOTO- danger" : of loosing them as we will furnish on the 4th. The balloon and Prof. De- iioiuo, which will bo much appreciatedby
The members of the Progressive Culture Conm will ascend about five o'clock i In
and No shall entertain Its
Sailing, rowing:, lawn tennis, ping: graphicOallecy, Titusvllle see Club have rented the Gaulden cottage tags. one you tho afternoon au.llt will be one of the patrons.
etc., helps to while awav the time his samples of Photogiaphs, Picture for the 4th better than we will. Everybody- coma witnessed Groat success has attended Mr. T. W.
ong Frames Enlargements and Mouldings.Always on Washington avenue and bring IIiochildren. most Interesting sights ever __ .
i Titusvllle during: these warm daytt. of July and its doors wl.l be thrown on time East Coast.. Prof. DnCorna has l\cCreluy's management of the mam.
something new. .. ladies and their free of Yours to calve, moth Hotel Victory Put,in-Bay Island,
children and will be
E ARE ALL GOING TO FORT open to J. R. WALKER: A CO.'Tltmievbhbe arrived In Jacksonville In
Pierce on the Fourth. See posters and -Mr.: John Robinson of Lake City, charge. .Fla. Titusvllle In a day or two to select the Ohio. This resort opened for the season

small bills for particulars. who recently bought: out the fish business -This) Is St. Johns Day and all memibers ground and make every arrangement for on Thursday last June 10, and the engagements

of J. J. Tucker & Co., at this place, of Indian River Lodge No. 00, F. &: the ascension which ,,11be\ made, no already made insure another

-Mr. P. A. McMillan, of Eau Oallle has arrived with his family and will A. M., are requested to meet In theJ.oderoom Senator Wilkinson Call was among matter whether the weather Is wet 01 prosperous season

indldate for the office of of days tax collector or so this, make their future borne In Titusville.On / this (Friday) evening, before the callers at this office on Saturday. dry hot or cold. Mr. W. H. Warburton who recently
a.ln town a couple
eek. Sunday Capt. R. P. 1'addUon adj.milling: to the banquet at the Indian' -,Mr. %Wlnslow, Blsbee, of Lotus, was TREE LUNCH. bought out the Interest oJ Mr. Arthur L.

left here for Eau Gallle\ and Fort Pierce River,hotel.: a passenger oo yesterday's northbound There will be A free lunch for all on .1\1al'llh. In the Hathaway, Ion Deal Beach,
-There will be a free lunch at Titus- on a visit to his sons, Mr. Geo. F. Paddi-: -Mr. Clarence Boyett son of Mr. and train. July4th, which will be served lu the N. J., was met In Now YorL a fw days

ills on the Fourth and everyone Isoklng son and Mr. Parson Paddlson. He returned Mrs. G. B. Jloyctt, of Minis who has .' -"-The Titusvllle Gymnasium Association Wager building on Washington avenue. ago by an ADVOCATE representative and

forward to having a good timen to Tltusville on Wednesday. been quite 111 at Cocoa with typhoid have had their lot adjoining! the Everything will bft free and everybodyIs he said lie was doing an excellent busi

that occasion. fever was brought to town on Saturday This department will be In flees Mr. Warburton Is an all-round
The name of Mr. Daniel T. Gerow, who up Booble residence cleared and grubbed.
IANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures had Rome excellent Indorsements, was' afternoon last, and fioro here taken I charge of Capt. A, W. Bula and Mr. R. good fellow, and we wish him heaps ot.uoce.

all blood and skin diseases. For Hale' byJ. pruHuuted to the United States Senate to the home of his parents at Mlms.Mr. I -7-Mr. John (i. Ward; of Pensaoola W. Rhodes, assisted by Mesdames Jamll.I'l'lIchllr.l. ...

B.Screven! druggist Titusvllle, Fla. on Monday for postmaster at Jackson candidate for railroad 1 commissioner, was R. W. Hho.lclA. W. Bubo, On the evening of Memorial Day 1,5V( >
villa, vice Mr. Dennis Kagan' deceased. Wm. 1Bm'n., of Tltu.vllle.expec1" among the callers at tills olllue yesterday, A.. K. Wilson, Emma Ul'ld. J, I'. Brown, pe.sons dined In the Marlborough Hotel,
stock Iro-
If do want tn leave New York for Washington
you pot your L. U. Uritnnlnff, O Wright, A, 1). Pen- UUlh( and 87tl .street, New
ounded you had better make a note of -Mrs. C. T. McCarty of Anfcona, I). C., this week on a short visit; Capt. A .1. Lewis, a prominent and iiey, I'. J. Hall, John Myeis.' York.Broadway Tables, were plnoed In every avail,
notice stockowners In J. O. Walton has to well-known a'toiney, of West Palm
Dlxon's to and
(ayor passed through: here Tuesday on her Capt. gone main
.ttblo place Urn. floor of tile hotel.
its Issue. way to Jacksonville accompanied by her Providence R. I., and D On June 7 the clans of 10011 of
-Mrs. W. U. McFarland Mrs. Julius sister, woo wan, en route to her home lu upon business connected with his patent has been around own, shaking/ hands i, 1'1.1.> fine b.'nd-"I.I to bo the second the New York, University, had a banquetIn
with bIll friends
line and Mt .a Jeannette Wilson expect Olu ... Mrs. McCmty returned home on pulley block. many best In the 8tatn-will render many popular this hotel, which Is managed by Mr.

a leave fur New York and other places Wednesday.Mrs. -Editor E. V. Blackman of the Ml -O, Yes I The bins are practicing almost airs of the day from tbelr new and Ji:. 8. Crowoll,

bout the 7th of July. L. T. Daniel who has been enjoying ami Hon>eseek r, who hud been to Jacksonville daily on the tournament track-all attractive band stand near the Indian ol '
the two orchestras the
; River hotel the Fourth During July
striving for first prize: and J. R. Walker on
visit at Fort Pierce ban returnedto an one of a committee appointed
I of fine a ,
-MtM Louse Powe owner a Mount Pleasant House and the
' Cocoa but Dr. Daniel will remain In M make transportation ariangemeuts forMiami's &: Co. arms" arranging: quiet corners for the COUNTY OANDIUATRS.' .
at Rockledge Informs the Woiihlngton White,Mountains N. II. un
oiange grove tired mothers. and babies on the Foilith : ,
N. that thriving town for two or three sixth anniversary deop-water We understand that mijorlty of
ADVOCATE thnt she has lefc Aurora a der time management of Anderson A
weeks his dental business Is Jubilee on Monday July. :1281.! It, passed of July. No danger of loosing the baby,
longer as the candidates for cubes will bo
Y. and la now residing In Boston. public Price of Hotel Ormond will be at the
Mr. Walker will
has quite large In that section. through Titusvllle, Tuesday, ou his way as give you a tag In Titusvllle on the Fourth, and there Mount Pleasant, giving thai house a

-The Indian River Band stand -Mrs. M. S. Jones Jr., and bright little home. ,jy} Fourth of July program Is completed will be a tcntset: apart for those who grand orchestra of twenty-two pieces,

been treated to a new awning this week son. !Minor, arilved' hero from Quay, -Conductor L. P. Deenz has bought on our 2nd pR"e. this wuk. Read want to vote fur the most populnr candidate until the Mount Wanhlngtonropens about
to keep the sun or rain oft the Wednesdat, on a visit to Mrs. Mlnur 8. a young playful bear captured at rum all the program-then come to Titusvllle fur olUoo.I I Ilrevurd county pnople August 1. The Mount Plettsant opened

of the band on the Fourth of July. Junes, and will remain until after the bull, where It Is being cared for by Mr. and spend, the day. Every pan of the had better not miss this part of the program on Mondayla.t. '

-Mr. C. B. Sandel'.and his sisters, the Fuurth. Miss Annie Jones, who bas F. M. Wooten. Mr. D enz says he Is goIng program will bn curried out to the letter an there will be lots of fun In It..

Misses Alice and Beatrice Sanders of In. been visiting: Mrs. Jones, returned with : to bring the bear Into Tltusville: and -partlelll>irly the bnllooo ascension. and The Bedford Springs Hotel Bedford
dlanola enjoyed a visit to town this her slster-in-l.vw.! put It In the Indian RUer hotel "zoo.," the parachute jump' ; also the/ free lunch. MINOIt MI'OIITN Hpilngs time Pn.' has opened for the season
week. They returned home on 'Tuesday to remain until ha takes It to his homeIn The program for the minor sports has under moat fayCli able auspices. The

Capt. H. .\. Bravo of the steamer }Fulton N. Y. lie will probably placeIt not boon completed, but will consist of hotel this year will be In charge of Mr.

-Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald and. City of Key West of Miami, passed In the pelican tent ((1'): so that those M*. ..inla Itenqnnt To-Nlijlit. the following: KMI-vard( ) foot moo; Hack H. K. lleiuls, well known to tourists

Miss Kittle McDonald have been enjoying through hl're. Tuesday en route home visiting; Titusvllle on thy Fourth may nee race; Slogged race; Potato race; Cracker from connection with the famous
The Indian 1 River Lodge No. HO K. A
a visit of a week or so In New York from New York after taking the above Florida's tame bear and pelicans. : eating contest; Tug of War between Cocoa Flakier hotels at Nassau. The Pennsylvania
A. M. have Invited the members of the
to Mr.. McDonald's old Dental Association will hold Its
ilty en route steamer to Philadelphia fie was' Accompanied I and Titusvllle.
onto In Nova Scotia N. R, by Mr. Will "Spires. Tbey R. W. RHODES IS IN KEEPINGwith Daytona :New Smyrna Cocoa. Melbourneand of Tltusvllltt. annual convention at this hotel July 810.
The Eastern Star
Chapter -
the times. He Is showing a beautiful Fort Pierce lodges, to be present at a
--President Wm. It(. Brown of theBank bad a pleasant trip north and return. line of samples Imported Madras banquet; at the Indian River hotel. Tltiisvllle has generously donated;' (UO.OO: towards Tho New Ocean House Bwampscott,

of Bay Blsoayne Miami with his -Mr. C. F. Naothlng, of New York Is Cheviots, Percales and I In fact, all this Friday) night. A large num. the expenses of the Fourth of Mass, has opened Its doors for the> season

wife and family\ have been sojourning InNew doing a little advertising for the East. the new patterns of Men's Whirling for ber of Masons are expected! to be present July amusements. The Committee now under the management of Messrs.

York city for a couple of weeks or Count on his own account for In the cimtom-in. ide shirts. He takes your I has nearly $4lM In hand. Allen Alnslle and E. R. Grabow. The.
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40, but will soon leave for New Hartford window of his big restaurant In Fulton measure and nuke the garment to 1111'11 ou roitTUjr'is TKM.INO CAMP. patrons. of this hotel! are eligible to membership
Conn. on a visit to Mrs. Brown's father he has mounted, 'A'IIIlIcI/ 1-1111I1' For Hale. In the local golf clubs two of
street a Urge tarpon, on your order. In any style you desire; a This will be In charge of Mrs. W. II.AfcFailand .
And mother Capt. and li'lI. Henry H..l ,a black board., with the following! Inscription perfect) fit fully assured. The sample of assist which helve line courses nearby Since
. Deli. up >n It: "Caught with rod line represents the largest custom shirt There I I.. a fine, 8 Inch Pumping Dredge with a corps ints lout year the hotel bus be.lreatly! enlarged

R.I. Paddlson of Point CI80well and line by C. F. Naethlng on tho Emit manufacturer In the United tatell.1(1' on Lake Worth that can be bought Mrs. MoKarland Is an expert In this line, and forty new ba, 'krooms added.,
-Capt. and It might be well for everyone to gel
cheap. Tho owners northern gentle It Is now lighted throughout by eloclrloIty -
"Toast of Florida weight 171:1Ibs. length
N. C., a former prominent and well- ; ; a I look Into the future-especially time
and E. whose
Mrs. J. IVndleton
Indian 0 f I. 3n.! The tarpon lies the hook In man-had It built to fill In some lake and has all the Intent Improvements.
known steamboat commander on I irrlatre at (.cesbtirg was previously announced and lias.no further for It.i'QI' county candidates. ,
the side of Its mouth, the line leading to m property use Mr. Alosllo the son In-law of Mrs. II.
called this office
said River the, who Walton recently Patent Self-Locking the r d, and banging horizontally over in these columns, arrived In particulars addressC. rouHTif or Jvt.Y UAXCK. J. Smith of Pompton Lakes, N. J., and

view town on Wednesday afternoon, and havea N. NKWCOUIIT, Rooklndge, Fla., and Mr. Grabow was.
Block wM' the best of Its kind he the fish. Thousand of passers-by What prumliws tube the best Hud I argent
Pulley hotel
suire of the Indian River
rooms at It Riviera Flu. formerly one of the staff of Hotel Aloa
this Interesting relic of the E tat Coast attended dance of the will
lied ever seen, and and he bad no doubt seitson
where serenaded the
they ,
were by
there would bo a big demand fur them during the week. Mr. Naetblng visits Indian, River Bind on Wednesday even be given at the Tltusvllln Opera house' air, St Augustine Fla.
Titusvllle, with a party of friends every Crates the clone of this glorious day. The ,
is soon as they a re"placed on the market. ing.: The happy' paid had been on a Pineapple at
winter, and he and his brother Herman doors will open at HSiO:: p. ro.,. and dancing Hotel 'Vatm test.
trip to Norfolk Newport
COME AND SEE THE FIREWORKSat are always gladly welcomed to Indian U o'clock.
I am now prepared to accept orders for will commence promptly st -
of News, and other places,and report a very
Fort Pierce- on the Fourth July. River enjoyable time. The bride Is quite bright 10 olrloadl1)lneapple crate material, for A rood band. has been "secured which Want to lease small winter tourist
It will be the grandest display ever delivery after June lath will, dispense sweet, made during the hotel Florida East Coast Road Address -
Kant Coast. SEE. THERE THEY ARE I The Boats I and! charming and we h.J!" our townspeople on
seen on the fifteen of them to sail on the Fourth. will\ give her a hearty welcome.Oarfluer' G. F. PAIMHUOX, evening, and dainty refreshments, con. JOE HO, W"yn svllle, N. C.
:Eau ( Fla. of'cake and will be served
Fort Pierce offered the prize money, o 2t Gallle slstlng punch,
Mare for Sale. and got the entrees.Ilotueutade. free of charge at 11 p. m. The price of
I')yers. Notice admission will be $I.OO for gentlemen CHURCH NOTICES.

ladles free. The amount taken In over
A 5-yearold mate, sound kind dispos- Butter IThe and above will be turned over liar Vaotloute will\ bold services Ip -
Coast Lumber and
, works In harness. Screen Cloth yard East SupplyCo.
or piece.Bed
lion free driver any ,
to the treasurer of the (Fourth of July Rockledge' shaped next Sunday at II n.m.2lso. .
Apply, "E."' this office. Lounges, tapestry covered $1:1.50: .. succeeding to the business of the
In order to Introduce our Ilotne-mado Another lot toilet soap ..a for 1110. Bond Lumber Co, at Titusvllle; G. F. fund. Everyone should attend and enjoy church; at. In 7:30 the Tlttmvlllo Titusvllle Presbyterian

Pure Jersey Butter we will send to any Cotton warp matting worth 22o. I7To. Paddlkon, at Kan (Jam,,; and the Fort tbe occasion. : rm.. The Hun-

Empty Sugar and lUce Barrel address the East Copt Railway, Five $.......Of New Home Hewing/ Machine Pierce Lumber Co., at Fort Pierce, will, STEAMEIIS: CAMAVKHAI AWl' HYPOLt'XO. day School 'will at :'I :10 p. m.

4 pound*-In pound packages. Express special THIS WEEK!: .nly, cash -8.69.: be ready for business on July 1st. The above i.learners will run excursions Archdeacon 11. F. Brown will hold Divine

For sale. Address, I paid, for $1.(\5 E. W. AMSDCTV: C. A. GARDWEB, Titusvllle, Fla. Address all orders and correspondence toTitusvllle, on account of the Fourth of service on Sunday nftt. the :30tb la
WALTER A. Moons PersonalCks. taken. Ormond, Fla. to the general office of the company at celebration. The steamer llypoluxowill : St. Andrew's church Fort Pierce. Holy
8 George St., Charleston, :S.: C. Your orders solicited
Eau Gallle. are : leave Eau Gallle on the morning of communion at 10 a. m. Morning prayer

Dog Tax Notice Fish IVniited. and will receive prompt attention July 4th, at -:10: o'clock stepping at all and sermon at o'clock.. Evening prayer

Pineapple Growers.We TUB: KAST COAIT LUMDKH points between Eau Gallle) and Cocoa, and sermon at '70::' o'clock Subject of
Wanted any part of one hundred tons AJIIP L'"I'Pt.1' Co. "The Lessons of the
evening sermon:
In Titusvllle at 10 o'clock
that arriving a. m.
Notice is hereby given, no dog
wet, or dry fish for fertilizer Volcano."
can supply you with Pineapple will be permitted to run at large In the purposes.. Tbs steamer Canaveral will leave Cocoa Earthquake and
Wrapping Paper in any quantity. Writeis Town of Tltusville unless such dog stating price M. ,S.etc HAur.BH, ItegUtrntloii Books Open.. on the morning of tbe 4th, at II o'clock

for prices G. E.!: Coca, wears a tag or plate. AH dogs found on 3t Merrill, Fla. sharp, stopping at all Intermediate land. Notice.
:f Jensen, Fla. the street without a proper license tag' To the Citizens of the Town of Titus logs, arriving In Tltiuvllte at 0:30: a. m. -

will be caught by the Marshal add Imprisoned vllle: Returning: The Canaveral will leave Wo have disposed of our Interests In

Bronze Screen Wire. ; but the owner of said dog will "Tlie Volcano Deadly Work," The registration books for the Townof Titusvllle at 7 p. m. (fter the balloon. the yards. at Titusvllle Eau Gull la and

be entitled to possession of same upon Titusvllle are DOW open at time Town ascension and parachute jump and the Fort Pierce to the East Coast Lumber

Just received large consignment of payment of $I.OO. A book containing an account of the Clerk's ofllce and will continue open up fireworks display. but before the Grand and Supply Company. We thank the

Bronze Screen Wire' Cloth Idmd All dogs not claimed wllhlng 24 hours destructloo of St. Pierre. A vivid and to the 5tb day of July, 1002. Those who Fourth of July Ball). The Hypoluxo will public for their generous support In the

'ompolan 18 mesh. after capture will be killed. accurate account from eye-witnesses of are not registered and Intend to vote at leave after all the night's sports are over. past, and trust they will continue tbelr

Tbl. U the only kind of screen cloth Dog tags may be obtained by paying/ ) tbe awful calamity which visited the Islands the special election to be beld on the Far. for the> round trip: Troplo, Eau favors to our successor. ,

bat Is absolutely proof against rust ororrosfon. Town Clerk G. A. Frost f 1.2.1 for each of Martinique/ and St. Vincent. 1Mb;day of July, will please register Oallla and Jtanyan $1; Lotus and Jlrant- U. F. PADnixox. Eau Gatllo.Boyu .
for tag. Orders taken for this book also several within the time limited above. ley ttO cents; Georgians, Rockledge: and LUMBER Goo Tltnsvlllo. at

' Write O. F.prices.PADDISOJC, .. R. E. )Mlxs religions and historical books, by C. F. O. A. FnoiT Cocoa 79 t"eotsiCltyl'olllt; Indlanola and Four Pir.BcE: Lcviir.n: Co.,

2t Eau Gallle, Fla. Town Marshal Fischer, Titusvllle, or the yacht Elsie: F. Town Clerk. Courtenay


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LOCAL NEWS -Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page ft. -There Is going to be great/ jubileeIn ?-MU31MKK: SAL AT J. It. THE FOURTH OF JULY AMONG THE HOTELS.
the 4th of
Titusville on
Sam Perkins Sanford cleans clothes. WALKER & CO'S.

nd Topics of General Interest. REMEMBER FORT PIERCE CELEbrates Whore to stop In Titusvllle See Titusvllle
Fourth In old hotel ad on our\ 7th
the grand style. page.
Dr. Dodson near the Court-house. e Beginning Monday nail Continue TITUSY1LLE WILL CELEBRATE.

THE ADVOCATE -Visitors to Havana Cuba will\ find Whore to atop along the East Coast. ,
= find Indianola Items through the
GosIIngsville ing week.
$1.50 per annum, In advance. came too late: for this Issue. the ADVOCATE on file every week at the : See list of hotela on page 7. ,;

$1.00 six months, American Club. The following prices Invite your attention The ADVOCATE la now on file at all '"

$2.00 per an. to foreign/ countries EDUCED RATES from all points Wo cannot guarantee to pubtlth : the boat hotels In New York city t -
j ,
north nnd south for the celebration at Mercerized French Lawn. pretty patterns A't.
subscribe for the ADVOCATE Items that do reach this office before
When you Fort Pierce on the Fourth. not worth goo per yard ; at Jl cents. The ads of Hotel Marlborough and l
by the year It does not cost you noon on Thursdajs. 10-4 Sheeting, regular price: ;} cents; \ Hotel! Vemlome New York will be found ,"If I
Included. L. who has been
week Mrs. C.
hree cents per postage Biannlog THE TOURNAMENT AND HORSE this sale 21 cents per yard. on our 7th page. Also that of the Hotel

Note date of expiration printed upon visiting datives in Green Cove Springs. racing will be features at Fort! Pierceon Dotted Swiss, white and colors, well Hamilton, on 4.Hh; street. l ,
and returned home
70ur paper or wrapper every week. This :Monday.Mr.! Jacksonville. on I the Glorious Fourth worth :20 cents per yard ; only US: \ cents Mr. Van Huntington, duilng the past ;
,Is a receipt for your money. No need India Llnon, worth :23 ct.., at 17 cents Polnohuio 4r j:
sloth the
The Sembler the F. E. seusuii at Royal ,
for us to /send receipt subscription. and Mrs. Goo. F. Paddison, ofEau Cottage near Handsome line ladles neckwear at New Bench clerk at
will be Palm Fla. Is room
Titusvllle now
C. ,
Railway station ,
The date gives it to you. arrived In York cost 11 ,
Gallie town Wednesday, entertain the 4th. to 7t cents per plt'Cb.An the Fiontenao Hotel Frankfort Mich.
on ,
THH EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on on a short visit to Mr. andjilrs. Geo. M. prepared to guests .\. XC). 1 Sewing Machine cheap at !j '
ale at the following news-stands, at live Kobblns.Mis.. Write to Mrs. Sembler for rooms. $2,1: ,00; this sale only tI8.()(',. i The Larkin House, at Watch HID, ,R. ?i 1

pents per copyTitusvilleB.: T. Wetmore entertained the -!Mr. T. E. Ramsey, chief clerk In the HandNomely oarved; Golden Oak finished I., under the management of Mr. Arthur I,

R. Wilson & Son. members- the Culture club Eagle Clothing Store who" has been on a &Miluboard worth $18.73; this sale, I.. Marsh of the Hotel Indian River,
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. Progressive' vacation to his old home In Gadsden, only 1700. Kockledito, will open for the season tomorrow )
I her residence
at Ineat Tltusville
News stand Union depot Monday afternoon. on Ala., returned to town on Wednesday. I A 40 yard roll real China matting for (Saturday) 1 1Thu \

onlv' ti.Il! }, "z
OF JULY VISITORS WILLgo Duvnl and, Westmoreland hotels '
ice -.Xo need to return receipt for palisubHciIptlon FOURTH GOCI\I'III. worth 11.00 for only 0.00; .
mr ten cents to II. H. Carpenter's'New Fruit .Jacksonville., are still oolng a flourishing
credit la the another worth U,00 for $12 (H). '
f '
as given on '
[ line on this page. the Lund loo'Adjoining Carroll's business, Remember these
er .
> on
Stand -
name-and-dato slip pasted upon your for fruits A SPECIAL DISCOUNT: OF 10l'ERCENT .. .r .' ; ."" ,. when visit Jacksonville. Their* -Only 1.50 from Fort Pierce toll- paper or wrapper every-week.Mr. grocery store your OX ALL OTIIEK OAHII! PURCHASES you
cool drinks, will be found on 7lh page
the Fourth. water melons peanuts PROGRAMME. "
tusvlllo and return on : DURIVO NEXT WEEK.
Wm. II. McFarland left here, meeting of Friendship On the Fourth of July we shall fit Hotel Jnrlllluo, New York, \has changed
j.Filter tubes are now for Bale at Tuesday, for Fort Pierce And other places -A regular / upa TUB IlAI.I.OOTf ASCENStOy AND\ PAHAClItTK -
II Older of Eastern Star corner for tired mothers In our bands, and the present malingers ,
Chapter NO. oozy
his office price lets) ; postage extra. In connection with the Fourth of July .IUMF. '
; will be held In the ohapter-room, Titus- large store. Come In, sit down rest and among whom Is Mr. Campbell\ -have
-Mr. Wm.. rraetorlus of Canaveral, celebration-and to attend to a' little political ville, Tuesday evening next at '7:::10. A think you are at home. We shall pI'''. Don't 'forget the big balloon asoon- taken a ten years' lease on it. Big Improvements i

as among the pleasant callers at this business as well. full attendance Is desired. pare a place for the babies to sleep-no lon and parachute jump at Titusvllle urn being made In this fine -"

I flies on Monday. CALL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTO Culture I danger of lousing them, as we 'will furnish on the 4th. The balloon IIn.II'rof. De- house, which will\ be much appreciated <
members of the Progressive will ascend fIve I o'clock
Tbe Coma about I In
giaphio Gallery Titusvllle, and Bee tags. No one shall entertain by Its patrons t
Bailing rowing, lawn tennis ping ; rented the Gaulden elt.1 '
Club have the afternoon, and I It will be one of the
his better than will. :
>ong etc., helps to while awav the time sample of Photographs Picture tage on Washington avenue for the 4tb and children.we .Everybody come, most interesting, sights ever witnessed! Great "'COO.Ial\ attended Mr. T. W. ,

n TituBville during/ these warm days. Frames, Enlargements and Moulding of July, and Its doors wi| be thrown bring Yours to on the East ()Ol\8t. I Prof. DnCotna has MoCroary's management of the mam. '"
Always something, new. ., and their children free of serve, moth Hotel Victory, l'utln.Day Island, "
E ARE ALl GOING TO FOR'L'Pierce open to ladies J. R. WALKER<: A' CO.'l'ltIlIlVlleo arrived In Jacksonville, and will be In ,
Mr. John Robinson of Lake City ritusvllle In select the Ohio. This resort opened for the season ,1
on the Foul'th. See posters and charge. \ "'Ia.Benl1tor" a day or two to
small bills for particulars. who recently bought out the fish business _This Is St. Johns Day, and all members -' ground and make every airangemunt for on .1'l'1nrlldayl"et. June 11'1. and the engagements ; .',:

of J. J. Tucker &: Co., at this place of Indian River Lodge No. 00, F. &:; the ascension, which will be made no ; already made insure another ,1

-Mr. P. A., McMillan, of Eau Gallie. has arrived with his family and will A. M., are requested to meet In the Wilkinson Call wan among matter whether the weather Is wet ot prosperous" season. "

andldate for the office of tax collector this, make their future home In Titusville. I Lodge-room thin (Friday) evening before the oallen at this olUoe on Saturday.Mr. dry, hot or cold. Mr. W. II. WarburtoD,' who recently 1
as eek.In town a couple days or so -On Sunday Capt. R. P. Paddlson adj''lIuln/' / the banquet at the Indian' Wlnslaw Blsbee, of Lotus, wasa roan r.VNCir, bought out the Interest of Mr. Arthur L.

left here for Eau Gallie and fort Pierce River,hotel. passenger on yesterday's northboundtrain. There will bo a free lunch for all on Marsh In the, Hathaway Inn Deal Beach, "

There will be a free lunch at Titus- on a visit to his sons, Mr. Geo. F. Paddi- -Mr. Clarence Boyett, son of !fro and July 4th, whloli will be served In the N. J., was met In Now York a few days

Ills on the Fourth, and everyone Is son and Mr. Pnrson Paddlson. He returned Mrs. G. B. Boyett, of Mlms, who has -The Tit us villa Gymnasium Association Wager building on Washington avenue ago by an AKVOCATH: representative and "

[Joking forward to having a good timen to Titusvllle on Wednesday been quite III at Cocoa, with typhoid have had their lot adjoining the Everything will\ be free and everybody he auld be was doing an excellent bull- "

that occasion., The name of Mr. Daniel T. Gerow, who fever, was brought up to town on Saturday Sooble? residence clenred and grubbed. Is Invited. This department will\ be In Des,. Mr. Warburton ID. an all-round\ .
I 'NCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures" had Home excellent I indorsements was afternoon last, and from here takento charge Capt.; A. W. Hula and Mr. 1&. good follow, and we wish him heaps' of

all blond and skin diseasei For sale byJ presented to the United States Senate the home of his parents at Mime -7-Mr. John O. Ward; of Pensaoola, W. !Rhodes assisted. by Meadames James success.

B.tlcreven, druggist, Tltusvlll, Fla. on Monday, for postmaster at Jacksonville Tltusvlllo candidate for railroad I commissioner, was 1'iltcliar.l, R. W. Rhode, A. W. Bole, On the evening of Memorial Day 1,5M
vice deceased. -Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of among the oalleraat, this office yesterday, A. K. Wilson, Emma Held, J. P. Drown pe.ions dined In the Marlborough Hotel,
Mr. Dennis Kagan
-If you do not; want your stock !Im- expects tu leave New York for Washington Urannln C J 1 A D.
J.. C. ?, .. Wright/ Pen- ilroauway, .Will and !J7tli street NewYork ;
J. Lewis
had better make a note ollayor D. C. this week, on a short visit; -Rapt A. a prominent' and
I ounded 'I' of
you -u. C. McCarty, Ankona, well-knowr. nay, P. J. Hall, John MyetB, .. Tables. were planed In every avail
of West
stockownors In O. Walton has to attorney, Palm ..
Dlxon'a notice to- and J. gone
: : passed through here, Tuesday on her Capt.
able the main, floor of the hotel.
l arrived In place on i
It. I. and Bosti n, Mass Bench town yesterday and INDIAN IIIVJCH HAND.TMs .
his issue to Jacksonville accompanied by her Providence ,
way town On Saturday June 7, the class of 1003 of
has been around hands
sister woo wan en route to her home In ipon business connected with his patent shaking fine band-said to be the second!
Mrs. Julius the York had
MoFarland New a banquetIn
, Mrs. W. II. '
with\ his 11 lends.O .
line and Ml.s Jeannette Wilson expect Ohio; : Mrs. McCaity returned home on pulley block many bent In theStat..-will render many 'pop this hotel, which II managed by M,.

to leave for New York and other places Wednesday.Mrs -Editor E. V. Blackman of the Miami Yes I The bo,>s are practicing' almost ulur airs of the day from their new and K. H. Crowel!,
had been to ..Jacksonville d.lilv on the tournament track-all Attractive band stand near the Indian .
bout the 7th of July. L. who has Homeseeker, who
| T. Daniel been en. committee striving for; first prize; and J. It. Walker Itlver hotel, on the Fourth. During/ July the two orchestras of the
joyl a visit at Fort Pierce ha returnedto an one of a appointed
-MIB. Louse Powe, owner of a fine nit A Co. for the Mount Pleasant House and the Mount
Cocoa, but Dr. Daniel will'remain In : tn make transportation'arrangements forMiami'sslxtltanniversary ; ate arranging quiet corners COUNTY OANOIDATrs.:
Rockledge Informs the Washington White Mountains, N. II. under
range grove at and tired mothers' and babies on the Fointhof
ADVOCATE: that she has left Aurora, N. that thriving town for two or three deop.watel'jubilee .July. No danger of loosing the We understand that a milorlty of the management of Anderson A
weeks longer, as his dental business Is on Monday :28th passed baby the candidates for ollloes will be the
|Y., and Is now residing In Boston. Tuesday his as Mr. Walker will give A tag publlo Price, of !lintel Urmond will be at
quite| largo in that section.Mrs. through Tltusville, on way you In Titusvllle on the Fourth and there Mount l'l"nsantvIDa'\ that. house a '1 ilgranil

-The Indian River Band stand has M. S. Jones, Jr., and bright little home. D- Fourth of July program Is completed will be a tent set apart for those who orchestra of twenty-two pieces 'I f
I been treated to a new awning this week Minor arrived I hero from -Conductor L. P. Peons ,ban boughta on our 2nd page, this wrek. Read want to vote for the most) popular candlilnte until the Washington'opens about
son, Quay
to keep the sun or rain off the members bear captured at furn- all the then to Titusvllle for I' Brevard .
Vednesda\, on a visit to Mrs. Minor S. young, playful program- come omcu. county people August 1. The Mount Pleasant opened '
Slot the band on the Fourth of July. Jonas' and will remain until after the bull, where it Is being cared for by Mr aid 1 spend the day. Every part of the had better not miss this part of the program on Monday last, '

[*jk -Mr. C. B. Sanders and his sisters, the Tuurtlt. Miss Annie Jones who has to'. M. Wooten. Mr. Deesz says he is gong program will bn curried out to the letter / as hero will be lots of fun In It. Hotel Bedford '
The llodfortl Springs
I and Beatrice Sanders of In- to bring the bear Into Titusville and l parricululy: the balloon ascension and ,
{Misses Alice
been Mrs. returned with
visiting Jones
/ 11111/01&/ .POr1TS. |'a. lilts opened for the season
jsdianola, enjoyed a visit to town this her slster-ln-law. put it In the Indian River hotel I "zoo., the parachute jump; also the flee lunch. Springs the ,
for the minor ban under most fsvcnable auspices. The
The "
cek. returned home on Tuesday. to remain until be takes It to his home program sports
They -Capt. H. A. Bravo of the steamer In Fulton, N. Y. He will probably place. not been completed, but will consist of hotel tills year will be In charge of Mr.

-Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald and City of Key West, of Miami, passed It In the pelican tent (1'): so that those I M... nla llniiiiit- To-Nlnhf. ,I the following: KM( ).yard foot race; Suck 1I, 1.. If em Is, well known to tourists

Miss Kittle McDonald, have been enJoyg through bore, Tuesday, en route home visiting TItnsvIlle on the Fourth may seeFlorida's The Indian River Lodge No. HO F. A race; logged race; Potato race; Craokerpntlng from .connection with the famous
visit of week or so In New Yorkty contest War botween Cocoa Flagler hotels at Nassau The Pennsylvania ,
a a from New York, after taking the above tame bear and pelicans.R. ; Tug o
luvlted member
A. M. have the of the
McDonald's old Dental. Association will hold Its 4
en route to Mr. steamer to Philadelphia. Ho was to- and Titusvllle..
ome In Nova Scotia N. 1!. companied by Mr. Will Spires. They W. RHODES IS IN KEEPINGwith Daytona, New Smyina, Cocoa, Melbourneand Tile Eastern Star Chapter of Titus- annual convention at this hotel July (8-10. ,t
the times. Uo showing a beautiful Fort Pierce lodges to be present at a
. .-President Wm. M. Brown, of the lad a pleasant trip north and return. \line of samples Imported' Madras banquet at the Indian. River botel.1'Itus- villa, has generously dunatell $:JO.01 1 towards Tbe New Ocean House Swsmpscott, !

ank of Bay Biscayne, Miami, with his -Mr. C. F. Naethlng of New York, li Cheviots, Percales, and In fact,all vllle tills ("Friday) night A large num.ber the expensed of the Fourth of Mass., has opened Its doors for the season .j '

(lIe and family have been sojourning in olnga little advertising for the East the new patterns of Men's Shirting for of Masons are ot pec ted to be present.A July amusements. The Committee now under the management Of Messrs.

Sew York city for a couple of weeks or Coast! on Ills own account fur In the custom-in ide shirts. lie takes your has nearly $-tIJCI In band., Allen Alnslle anti E. If. Grabow. The. -
jo, but will soon leave for New Hartford, window of his big restaurant In Fulton I measure and mikes the /garment to U'MY' OH roKTUSK<< TKI.I.INU OA)'P. patrons of this. hotel are eligible to memo '

onn., on a visit to Mrs. Brown's father street he has a large tarpon mounted on your order. In any style you desire; a Sand Pump For Hale.Is Tills will, be In charge of Mr. W. II. bemlilp In the local golf clubs, two of
mother ; and $II'.. Henry R. which have (II Ine courses aenrb,. Since
ftnd Capt. a black board with the following In- perfect fit fully assured. The sampleline McFailand' with of assist'ints.
Thorp I' a fine Inch Pumping Dredgeon aooips 1"\.llur the hotel hait been greatly enlarged ,,
It with rod
oneil. crlptlnu up.n : "Caught the largest custom shirt
represent Mrs. Mol,+arlard Is an expert In this line,
Point Can-; and line br: C. F. Naethlng, on the East manufacturer In the United States.Mr Lake Worth, that can be bought and forty new ba'biooms added. '
-Capt. R. P. Paddlson, of The northern and It might be well for everyone to geta '
electric ,
ownori gentle.manhad
cheap. It Is now lighted throughout by
""oast of Plot Ida weight 17$ IDS. length
veil N. C.; a former prominent and well- ; / ; IVndleton whosem look Into the future--especially the
6 ft. lila." The tarpon baa the hook In and Mrs. J. E. It built to fill In some 'lake liy and has all the latent Improvements ,$
cnown steamboat oonlmander on Indian the side of Its mouth the line leading to url l\le at, Leenburg( was previously an. property and has-n further usa for It. noun ty candidates.roCTHTIl 41 11'. Alnslle Is tile son.In-law of Mrs. H. i

Liver who recently called at this otlice, the r d, and banging horizontally over ounced In these columns, arrived In For particulars address Of .IVi.Y DAJ' CK.Vliat J. Smith, of I'ompton Lakes. N. J., and .
>aid! the Walton Patent Self-Locking town on Wednesday afternoon and have C.; N. Nltwcoull'r.4t Uockledge Kla.\ and Mr. Grabow was, .
of view
the fish. Thousand and
passers-by \ to be the best largest
the best of Its kind he promises I
Block watT
'alley the River ho
'a of
suire rooms at Riviera, Fla. formerly one of the staff of Hotel Alca-
the ,
his Interesting relic of Emt Coast attended dance of the season will
and and he had no doubt
piad ever seen, serenaded the "
tel where they by
{here would bo a big demand fur them during the week. Mr. Naetblng visits Indian, River Hand were on Wednesday even- be given at the Titusvllle Opera house tar, St. Augustine/ Fla. 'I

las soon as they arc"placed on the market. 'itusville, with a party of friends every I leg. The happy paid had bern on a Pineapple Cr"ten.I at the close of this glorious day. The ,
winter and he and his brother, Herman door. will open at 8:30: p. m., and dano- Hotel Wanted.
(COME: AND SEE THE FIREWORKSat are always gladly welcomed to Indian honeymoon trip to Norfolk Newport am now prepared to accept orders for lug will\ commence promptly at Uo'clock.A -

Fort Pierce" on the Fourth of July.It River. Vows, and other The places bride,and Is report bright a very 10( carloads pineapple crate material, for !good band baa been neoureil, which Want to Inane small winter tourist ?"
time. quite
will be the grandest display. ever enjoyable delivery, after June IHhG. will\ dispense sweet niuslo during the hotel on Florida East Coast Road Ad. 1 S
f The Boats
EE.!: THERE THEY ARE and charming, and we h >p" our townspeople '
Coast. *
seen on the F.ast {. F. PAoniHow, evening, and dainty refreshments, consisting dress Box Wwynnsvllle) N. C. V
I fifteen of them to sail on the Fourth. will give her a hearty welcome. ;?J
Fort Pierce offered the prize money, 2C Eau Oallle, Fla. of'cake and punch will be served "

Mare for Sale. : and got the entrees.Hmuemade. free of charge at 11 p. m. The price of .
Gardner' will be for CHURCH NOTICES.
( Flyers. Notice admission $1.00 gentlemen,
ladle free. The amount taken In over
5-year old mate, Hound, kind disposition a and above will be turned Rev. VsoIlouts bold services \ ,1
Butters pennon! over fiItncUledge
Coast Lumber and
The East SupplyCo.
free driver works In any harness. !Screen "
to the. treasurer of the Fourth of July chapel next Sunday at II a.
: succeeding, to the business of the
"E. this office. Lounges tapestry covered f1l.r.o ,
.Appjy, Bond! Lumber Co; at Tltusvllla (i. f. fund. :Everyone should attend and en. m.( also, la the Titusvllle Presbyterian '
In order to Introduce our Home-made Another lot toilet soap, .. 3 for luo. ; Titusvllle :
Pure Jersey Butter, we will Bend to any Cotton warp matting worth :22o. ITo ''I Paddlhon, at Eau Gallla\ ; and tbe Fort joy the occasion. church at 7-10: p. m. The un:1'1"

Kmpty:: Sugar and nice Jlarrels. ddresaon the East Coot Railway, Five 45.00 New home Hewing Machine Pierce Lumber Co., at Fort Pierce, will STEAMKIIS!: CANAVERAL: AND Vr-or.UXO. day School 11'1meet\ al :UtiiOp.: ( m. '

pounds-In pound packages. Express special THIS WEEK only, cash $28.65.:/ : be ready l, for business. -1- l h J,
For sale. Address, paid for $LIi5 Jo:. W. AXSDKX, I Address all orders and correspondence vine service I on Sunday next the 2'Jth, In t<
'WALTER A. Moons: C. A. GARPXKR, Tltusville, Fla. ''L __ __ _. to.Titusvllle! on account of the Fourth! of
: Personal Cks. taken. Ormood, Fla. 10 toe general oiAee of she "company .i celebration. The steamer Ilypoluxowill St. Andrew's chinch Fort Pierce. Holy -i:
8 George St., Charleston, S. C. Eau Your orders solicited July "
Gallie. are leave Eau: Gallleontb: morning of communion at 10 a. m. Morning prayer ;

Dog Tax: Notice I"J.h! Wanted. and. will receive prompt attention. July 4th, at 4:::10 o'clock, stopping at all and sermon st 11 o'clock. Subject ,*I';
Pineapple Growers.We TUB EAST COAST LUMDKH points between Eau Gallie and (Jocoa.IIrrl"IDA'ln and sermon "I'M:: o'clock. of
Wanted any part of one hundred tons Ax0'1U1'pLY Co. evening sermon : "The Lessons of the ,
10 o'clock
Titusvllle At
a. m.
Is given that dog
Notice hereby no
wet, or dry fish for fertilizer purposes. and Volcano.-
can supply with Pineapple Tbe steamer Canaveral will leave Cocoaon Earthquake
you will be permitted run at large In the
:Wrapping Paper In any quantity. Write Town of Titusvllle, unless such dog Address, stating price M. ,S.etc.riAnr.KA. KegrlxtriUlon Hooks Open., the morning of tbe 4th, at CI l o'clock 3

us for price G. K.!: Coon, wean a tag: or plate. All dogs found on 8& Merrill, Fla. sharp, stopping/ at all Intermediate landings Notice.
tf Jensen, Fla. I the streets without a proper lipense tag To the Citizen of the Town of Titus : arriving In Titusvllle at 0::U) a. m. '

will be caught by the Marshal add imprisoned villas\ Returning: The Canaveral will leave We have d\epo.\ I of our Interests In \

Wire. ; but the owner of said dog; will 'The Volcano Deadly Work" The registration book for the Town TItnsvIlle at 7 p. m, (after the balloon the yarda at Titusvllle, Eau Oullie and '

Bronze Screen ''be entitled to possession of same upon of Tltnsville are now open at the Town ascension and parachute jump and the fc'ort Pierce to the East Coast Lumber ''.',

of paymentof $1.00. A book: containing an account of the Clerk's office and will continue open up fireworks display. but before the Grand and Supply Company. We thank the ,'

Just received, large consignment Wire Cloth Id All dogs not claimed wlthlng: & hours estructloo of St. Pierre. A vivid and to the 5th day of July, 190H. Those who Fourth of July Ball). The Hypoluxo will publlo for their generous support In the

Pompelan Bronze Screen. after capture will\ be killed. accurate account from eye-witnesses of are not registered, and Intend to vote at leave after all the night's uports are over. past, and trust they will continue their

and 18 mesh. kind of cloth Dog sags may be obtained by paying the awful calamity which visited toe Is- tbe special election to be held on the Fare for the round trip: Tropic Eau favors to our successor. '
B that This is the only against rust or Town Clerk G. A. Frost f 1.23 for each lands of Martinique and St. Vincent. 15th day of July, will please register Gallie and Banyan: $1 ; Lotus and Brant- G. F. PAI>DIOX, Eau Gallls. -

Is absolutely proof Orders taken for this book, also several within the time limited above. ley W)cents; Georgians, Rock ledge and BOND LUMBER Co Tltusville. ?

corrosion. Write for F.prices.G. PADDISOJC:: tag. R. E. Itl8, religious and historical book., by C. F. G. A. Fuoir Cocoa cenUjCity; Point, IndlanoU and FORT J'U:8CE LCMBKR ()o., rr

2t Eao Gallie,,:Fla. Town Marshal. l'lecber. Tltusville, or the yacht Elsie V. Town Clerk Courtenay/() cents. Fort"I'lerco. "

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;, I l lI ;I; >' toot cavalry"I u.v their rapidity In turnIng _colonel_ .s_ Kenly's Maryland. .4 volunteers THE FOURTH OF JULY Order for.:: Publication. GENERAL DIRECTORY.

; 'Lj I ;AtLlN up where the! enemy I least spectvd with' ) ,detachments of artillery. find cavalry. -
Jt them. The falef of .,tonewali's mount Kenly bad no warning from CIRCUIT: fOURT OF THE BEVE'THJu U. 8. LANU OFFICE.
I I n""tP\ IN (lli Jlal Circuit of Florid iu mid for llr H. B. Clmbb,... ... ....... ........... .RejI'ler
: : 1:8: > : ed men was worthy of his master.Long Strasburg that tbe> enemy wu. moving TITUSYILLE WILL CELEBRATE.PROGRAMME. yard County In CHaocery.NoraStauford w. 0. ) ...' :
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1 : : N t" rrtfOI\\ before the war Twrner Asbby his wny. Ills pickets<< wore surprised Wells antI) t Gainesville, Florida.U. .

I 1 I'' nwi was ID training for the kind of outpost and captured or brushed aside but be William T. Wells, her I Ibiinlianil 3. 8KJJATOK8.U. .

; :; l\romer work Jackson needed In the valley rallied the reserves und made a desperate .4 I Order for PubU"at.lon, 3. P. .t'altalelTU...... .... .... .. ,J..honnll.
: : t 1'aoS1r:5s.: campaign. 1802. Born and reared on dgbt at the bridge and along time Daniel ltcCunvll VS Rnd'I I I!. H. Ua1ory.". ..... .. ,. i'tttsttia'

the slopes' of the Blue Ridge tie knew railway truck and wagon road back toward his wife Emma U. MoCunvlllei I I 0. CONGRESSMEN. t

j'1 every footpath and hunter's trail be- the Shenandoah pike in tbe rear : J Emma H. Mcronvlll, I. Robert W. Davis.... .. ... ...... . ('''hUk.
To Daniel MeronTilleaml\ .. ,
B.AI. $varkinan/ 'r
.hliittnn! ]). C. '.I'l"' ,
tween the Potomac and the headwaters of Bunks. -' No. itwi "K" Street, :N W. v>a |
1 of the Sbenandoah. He was a social bad but few Where tfflclavlt has been filed In the abovecanM FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.
I Colonel Asbby troopersin .
}1I y the attorney for the ooniiUlnant| I E. N. TlmlckPalm Beach.... .
I hero It crack hunter arid an all his fighting ranks. Rome whole yon are *aeln.venv )nty- m* veers of age: and K. B. Rauleraon Fort; Fierce.. .Represeutntivi' enllto."
round saddle sportsman of the blllsj.Itesldes. companion and large detachments of reside without the State of Florldu and at tlieiclros
: I above given I
I," be bad soldier blood' In his I others bad been left to guard tbe crossroads ty Now thrrefore. in orilered that you appear EXECUTIVE. DEPARTMENT.Wm. .

I : veins tented in all the warn. back to I on tile way and to buffet and to the bill oftioe at of complaint this court filed at In Tlrtmrtlle thli cniixo,.Florida pt theclerk's H. Clay. a..TennlnK Crawford... .... .... .Secretary Oov..itjor,

i :,. Braddock's Field. With his mounted mystify the enemy. Ills tUTI: Will to on tnt 4th day of Aupii-t A. I). IWtt. I James II. ) .. *rise1:
., Eta COAST Wm. B Lairisr..AttorneylicneralW. ; ,,
orler..1II be 1n1b..hetlln l the
militia Ashby had patrolled the Potomac This
H ; cut the telegraph and destroy the I'tibllo
at TltuRVille. ,Florida,one N. Simeats..Supt. InM'r'lC'tt'1B.'I ,,
I j during the John Brown trouble of tracks so that Banks could not get A DVOCATK..oelc for fanroooaeontlva nnblixhed weeka And copIeswill >:. IrtcIJn ... . Conunlsslouer AEHuultuni
a .. .. .. .... ... .. ..
j i \1 1850 and there made the acquaintanceDf word of his plight east of the Blue be mailed to eaon of the at
I'' I II I the serious military professor. Illdfte/ and call up belp. But Kenly'i above llonxi sddn door>iia of and the county copy pooled within' twenty dr.y. Jlradford. .. .. .... ..Burvejor-t.etierel

I I \I II Jackson bad been through West men were good fighters f bey turned er from Done tha and making ordered hereof.at the Clerk's(1mceat. TItus R. E..l.
: Point and bad also seen servin> in every building Into a blockhouse and of June A. D. tuo2.L .
vine\ Klorldn this 18th <
Mexico and Ashby bad the good; senseto used the railway embankment for a [ *.] A. A. BTEWART *
.. ,...Chief
I' M.rI.Mibrv Justice
Clerk Circuit Court; of Brev rd County.
of to him.
yield the palm leadership breastwork. At Ruekton Station
Stewart, Donuty Clerk. Ft It. Carter..Associate Justiiia.
U. = = = = Hv O. A. ..... .. .. .... .. ..
1 <*><* They !became friends and when the gave Asbby bill little Waterloo. OFO. M. Rnnnmn jr. Taylor. "

: war broke out in Ism Ashby followed Falling. to dislodge/ Kenly's men from Solicitor for Complainant. UJ] RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.H. : .

: : Jackson to the field. As soon us Stone their citadel at the station by feints THE BALLOON ARCENSIOX. E. Day, chairman. ........ ...... .Galncs\iiie
II i Stonewall'sBoldest wall !became an Independent command further down the line. Ashby gathered It will be a gieat night to view the Notice.I .1.L. Morgan/: ,.' Jsor, ,
.. .. .. ,
KiHslimnoaJohn ,
i er be chose Ashby for his chief of cavalry. a handful and culled upon them to fol Immense. ballooo make Its ascension in J.M.Iirvui.L. >Jeoley/ ,jr., clerk ..... ....Arcadia.Headiiuartera \.
i For the purpose of mystifying low. Speeding like bunters after game. TltiiBvllle the afternoon of July 4th. IT THE MATTER Or TilE ESTATE OF and ofllcei at Tallahassee, Flu

; : 1 they flew over the Intervening fetic One of tho best aeionauta In the United Manila C. Callanan dttceaaetl. CIRCUIT COURT.

d : .. .. .
States will ascend In the attached
I d and ditch. tbe car and 8t ..Circuit JuiiinJ .
bani! Jones
) up steep and with To the cradlton.heirs,!ieiratees,dlntrUmtees Minor TltnlvIl18j. -
Coup pistols and sabers rushed on the bay this mammoth balloon, which ban been all ....hu- iioraons Interested. lu said estate:tYou J>. HcBim.' () : :I' engaged at a cost! of $:!OO.OO. The balloon ; hereby notified that James Callanan ( Term-Fourth Monday III April
I onets of the Marylanders. From the are Fall ferm-Fourth Monday in Novembui
will ascend from the grounds of the and C. P. tt"I I.a. exvcutoi of said estate have

I II :1 : :: :;: 4> z: <& unequal fight the troopers fell back but Indian River hotel, and there will be a order Bled their be ina rietitlnn lo authorlKinff tn this court them,praytPIT to net Clint at private an BREVARD <""o\J .'I'Y CLURT.

Ashby rallied them a second and a parachute Jump of 0,000 feet by Prof. Mile for canh tIme following deocrlbed land, A. D.Penney.... ... ..... .. .. ..County JUII!!.
j third time. Two captains were shot DeComa, the aeronaut, who has had 17 a.tul\tAlello Rrevard, county Stata of Florida, James TS.: Andrews, ., Frosccutlnff Atton! \
-f ; In the combined attack down by his sIde. and at the third failure years' successful experience in parachute to-wit I The Smith y of the Hnnthwent Vof dectlon A. A. Stewart.. County Clerk:
.n'East; Term Second Monday
6.Townnlitp. M, South of Range Spring May.
I ;. i f oeiu !tl mire tho be rode away leaving the road for jumping. Mr. McKarland signed ,the Also. Lot la Lot in, lot Ib and Lot 21) of J. Snniiiier Term-Second Monday In August!
I f, SUCCESS- it In May 1802. The Jackson'a infantry to clear.Jackson' contract In Jacksonville, this week, with F. Wooten'Mub-divlHlon. of South % of noiitu Fall'j'erlll-lecand Monday in Novoiuber
the owner of the balloon, Prof. UeComa. 20 acre of Lot 2; and North X> acre of Lot Winter Term-Second Monday In February
had been (
'" destroyed.v
I infantry: bad traveled farther 8 in Section I. Township 3tf South of Range
:I the Jii'men river was Spvn to than Ashby's troopers In their THE: REGATTA, 4O Fast:: lu llrevwd county, Florida, aorordingr COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.

1 I ''I''I'I f' I i the Federal wiir,;hIps and transports to flank march against Banks .but they The Regatta will be open to u.lI11sll to Court plat of on said tile county In the and olllce State of Clerk fur the of purpose Circuit R.Members E. Minis,: Superintendent J. M. DIxon chairman. ...,Itonaventurc Tltnxvllie,

", within seven lullcs of tbe goal and :MoClellan'fl had started earlier. Crossing the Blua boats on the East Coast and the prizes of paying the legacies nanieti\ tn the will of R. N Andrews, Cocoa; C. )'PlatU' Fort 1'lcrce J
t nnd regulations are as follows: Martha Callanan, and prvvlnir that Geo. M.Kohbinn ,
." advance was rapidly closing JUdge through several passes they K q., be appolntvd coinnilmiionur, to COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.\ :
''i 'r': I In upon the outer k'fennfs ot the ConfeUiTiite reached Front Royal the afternoon of First prize-Purso of *.'0.00\) to boat make (toed deeds' to the parties to whomexecutors ,t
making the best corrected time. : ni'h:: make union of laid land, *. In .1. R. Walker, rlmlrnian, Titnsvlllo; John I It
: I enpltiil. the 23d and swept up nil that Aebby Second full conformity with the statute in mirli case Mint Indlanolii: K. A. Conkllnn, Tlllman ;Johi
prlzePIII' of $20.00! to boa
3 I At Krederlchsburjr. on the Rappaban. bad left of [{en'y'' guard. The alarm : $; made and iirovided., C. Jones, Wood{..yJ.; Frank /1"11. White Cltj
/ tienerul making tho second best corrected time. You> and each of you, are hereby notified that Regular sesHions are held Drat Monday lu each
,J : I.- nock river 1 McDowell'scom- of what Jackson was doing at Front Third prize-Purse of $10.00, to boat Unless ohjecrinn be made In writing liy yolk In mouth.

4 t mund 40,000 strong was under order Royal .prl' ld. to Banks In time to save making the third best corrected time. my office at Tltuavllle Florida. hufnro 14th day BREVARD COm "Y OFFICERS.A. .

I, 11 to nuirc'b forward nnd unite with Modelicti his nrmy. but not to save Straaburg.Stonewall :! Open to all flsh boats up to 22 feet !of granted Jill; ItMiD.auu: order'made the prayer. of for said pri\ate petition sale of will laid be D. Penney TUiiHvllle. County JndnJiu.E.

i (, on the oorth of Rlclmiond.: In uttiieked bin retreating column carrying working sails only, lug'main. land and appointment, of commi.alon r as Andrews, 'Iituavilie'------; Pros A II'

the 81i >n aud unlaced,' till Uih tiny of JUDO 1002.A F. Wooteti. Coooa. .. .. .....Tax ABHCSBOI1C.
I Blue HM o. the nrnilvH of llnnlm and I Oil the 24ib and :!:',tb. cupturing two men. Time allowance, I>. HKSNVy.'rounty*, W. Hull Tltusville, ColloctoiF. :
Frpmont c-oitvrulent '4141 mid 0 seconds to the foot per mile. liaceomirhe. Fxerrlsliig Probate Jurla"ctllm.Prlo"ecl H. B..j., Tltusville. Treasiin't
lily to railway runs tuUnn and
4 I WIIKOII ; cutting .
'lltusvllle! triangular 19.. n. E. IMIius, Konavnnture. .. BUi't. IMb. Inut
r cumumiilcutlnK with WaKblngton and olf' dettteIuumelltu4of l troops all the ; : Jiurt(7fj J. n. FrIes. Tl iiHvllle. County Surveyor
J FrtiU'fk-kiibnrK.! Ill emergency th! way to the Potomac. The Bunk end miles. Entrance fee of *3 00)( to be gent L Gliiingre of Name of the .J. P. Hfown. Tltusville. .. ... ..... Hlin'riir'I.
to E. U. Wager, Tltusville.STKttlCT : .J. Corknkiitt. LiiOranga.-Ref laCtation OlllceiTITUSVILLK
t I '. 1 troops In the valley could! \ "be brown in of the trup to catch Jackson wits Town of Tltusville.1)E80t .
1 I" front of WupbluKtou at any point to de MUIU tilled.Kor ,
This will be located just west of the i J. III. Dlxonniavor; R. E.J\mI8. jr., marsliol
,; It from front
fend attack or even rush. two days Washington' In terror
was TIlE'lfAME
north wing of the Indian River hotel the >'VEUt: and tax coll.-ctor: W. S. Hrauulnic:, clerk atmitreaaurer'
j'I, r ed to the banks of the .Jaanes. it was not known where Jackson It, thin Town (Tltimvllie) be vhantncl to INDIAN : John Henry tax rssevsor. : John It
Midway opening on Hutchlnaon' avenue, Hivfca: oirvReoonci. Walker, i'. A. Morgan (). K." Di.ren' 8. ; I The only foe nearer to Washington t-47 !It would mop or whether; he would stop at the Hand stand. That the propriety. of such. change of laudlnithum and J. L. rarrultiera. oonnuiIni,
_I: i than .thnt 'tnurnhu' led for the tlefeutw HI anything until !he' raided the north On the north side of the Mjiiwuy') will mime b.. mibiiilttod. to the vOte of the people or Tho council meets ttret Tuesday each. mouth

il i I of Ulchrnond WAS the command ot eru capital. When ItunkM sent word' be the Turkish tent. at which can be the 10th Town day of at?arpeolal nly IM': >:&. election to te bold on the TITOSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE.:

U Stonewall Jackson last heard ot by: that his nrmyviis safe on the !Mary- rlrooitred delicious cake-a ring cake be. The following citizen! are appointed, to conduct -- G. M. Rxlihlns, president, I"t. M. Dlxou, trees
: '? the Federal In the vicinity: of Staun.'I hind Hhore. the military authorities took Ing the feature. said. election: !.. A. Brady 1*.Caao clerk. t C. nrer. .r. n. Bast secretary. Marts second Weilnesday -
J i IJ; R! ton at the bead ot the Shenandoah breath und ordered "Fremont to close in Next to this Is the Fish Pond. A five- Fischer. 8.' J. Norton and C. limpeotors. nlglit In each, month at their rooms.

I cent bait catches a,, Hub every time. I All person regIstered. npon the Town books FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.
'I valley, on tho 8th ot !May. Some of the upon Juckwon's' pathway In the valley
lrre' rtl\e or poll tax.
Then comes the Mexican tents at which ball be entitled to vote p
!: .military chiefs ot the north hoped that and also tlmt Shields' dltlslonant of hot taiualoaand The' form of the ballot to be used! at the eleo Indian River Lodge, No. DO,holds Its meeting

: i Stonewall might) be emit to help defend __ Qve the lime Itldgo should t'tnrti to the be had. toothsome delicacies. can tlon for shall changing bet the name of the Town to' Indian- the month second, at their and fourth lodge room Friday near evening court of hoiweat oucli

r Richmond at the' very gates. It would valley at once and helb. Fremont 'bui- At the end of the Midway. the CVDSV RIver (;It)'. T:3i.: o'clock p. ru. j. R. walker, W. M. .
AMHBT'S CIIAROC: OW' THB RAILROAD QOAHD *!chancing:the name of tbe Town to Indian Ji'.A.Morgan,Seo'y.
I'; ,'. ; ti be easier to locate him there and al Jackson. tent Here yon can take a long i kIOknhehd Again

'J I i : least one threatening clanger/ to the time enemy .lackwon.' with Ashtiy on the. OEOmiB L. KI i.M! KK. ;{ and learn what the future baa In Paxaed In River np eu City.session of the Town Council ORDER: : OF EASTERN STAR.

,i peace ot Washington' happily disposed wnrpnth. was multiplied by two. Ash- store for you. this June Srd. 100Z. Friendship Chapter, No. It, holds Its meeting
by let It be known that Jackson Joint U. W AI.K"It.Cb'r'n. In the MasonIc. Lodire!: room, Tltusville, on theflrsfliiusday
h of by Ills remoteness from the Potomac. was /going A Splendid JtenmedyNetiraiglo Coming down the east side of the Midway DfHKn,
(a. F. lit each" month a'8:o'clock( p.m.,
t 1 ir Stonewalls Ideas of the things he to lit tack Bunks and us his troop. pains, rheumatism lumbago we enter the Fake tent. Your experience K. A. AlnnOAN. and, the third Tnosduv" in each mouth at TuXl:;:

1 ORiCht) to do.for bill tlag were not lu era were riding down the valley pike and sciatic pains yield to the penetrating must not be told to your friends. J. I. I AHIUJ 'HEltA.. o'clock t'. m. The M lowing: are the officers" of
J MAnio.v Ilixotnv Approved I the' In.llClr. O. M.Rohblua, luarron,
I'f toward Banks'' front at StrnslMirg the' Influence of Ballnrd's\ Snow T.lnlment. It Let them pity: for what they find out. '. Clork.
I I II harmony with those ot bill enemies.News : .tttaet. A .COM') fir It. R. Wilson. worthy pairon; Mrs. 1$. It
J :!1 I traveled swiftly within the good people, of the region' supposed penetrates to the nerve nnd bone, and Next you can cool (rl lit; the Ice Cream Wilaoii, .luwoH.te, inatnm; Mr. F. A. Morgan,
p ten and will be freali to \1 lr.. It. t'. ,
being absorbed Into the blood Its healing you try your trea.nrt.rs Herlniicunur. secretary
:J noutlifi'ti army 1I1It'1i. and Jackson that Jackson WHS going down the vial luck at. the Grab-hns und tent Notice. BIas. Kate Atnwurt rnniliicl.ri.sj. Mrs. John A,
knew that the ley too. What the ;people knew the enemy properties arc c<>nv !;>ed to everv !purl" ; your HiiUhmt: HSBocInu-oon'MicfrfHH. Mrs. fj. W. 8cobl. -
either whole of bean
or part wondeifiiteuros. I judgment by giieMKlnur tlio Prize --- .
of I he body antI street Mama -. AdithjMrit.I .1 It. Wa Sir, Until! Mrs. F. A. i
I McDowell's troops'" and l portions of Was jik-kly| In posm-sslou or f>. I'. Moore, ngenr Illinois Central Puzzle at the next tent. v OTICK is MRRKnr: nivK.y: THAT IT II! Mormin Knr.lior; Mrs. .1. I I. (lIrruIII...... Martha:; ;
i those or (Fremont lIt.u l Hunks would be through/ the medium of ,,<,ontll. and. nc Hallway Milan." Tenn. states: "I You will then be ready to vote at the N mv Inionrlnii' ,i> 14l'.l, l) to I ItS 11"" .. .\. 1_>. Mrs. T- 'r. Wecuore, Marshal ) bills handle "
1'1 \ ...
Jiiilue In I and for l-lruvnn. Stewart "ltl.'ct.TITUSVILLE'S' (
cording to thatim Inside the Federal linen. Primary Elect which' will\ be held l'enn Miiify
) Itt
) .ent to swt.ij| the beHifjjIntf lines In have used U.illurd Snow! Liniment for County, KNirldu.nn. tIle Hoi day of Jiilv. lunii
1 t t, front of Ulchmond uulexa he furnished Jackson wns due at Stnisburg. ntiout rheumatism backache, etc., In my fnmlly. the end tern, opposite I the band stand. for an hoi,.ty 0, ,nail. ar )private H.I' e all the I 4iiuillvidvd :

If "I' excitement ror them on the elopes of May ZOo!. lie did not conn But trifle It I I..*.. a Hplnndid remedy. Wo could TILK: TOURNAMENT.: ci.,tilt or Alfrail interest und. .1 or U lin William'.''''Y. ."It'nuil-oil.H. May., Ill minor and TRAINS.

'< :, the Ulut ItldKe.JIe( had already proved delay an nrmy; yenta pa he would be notrlo without it." 23o, iiOo and $1 1 at U. The tournament will be of considerable to that front of Inilil l>lnu III llrevurd County,

I' this by attackUK! flunks' Hue after It along next tiny. It. Wilson A: Son's drugstore.lioln. Interest to the lovers of bosses, and Plorldn.and, descrih-. a. follims: ,
H (I'lHiirunncinir, a pdut ciphi ('M) chain smith The following are the times of arrival
'I j fL tad been ttrrpiivd of soldiers to send After paying bin respects to Banks;; ... For the Smart Girl. tlio-o who witness the above touraanieut I 01 tho pom at the t'etirr of .Swlloo ..twentv-two 4ui| depuiture of p.isaengor traloH to and
I n# I eastward. The trooiw speedily came pickets;; and giving, the Impression that will be much pleased. hia( ). Townilii hlr y-seveu(U7), Bouth of Range from TltuRville
A' "I Long chains especially of baroque First prize-Pume of $:l:; OX fortv onH(4l( ) Kiist; and riiii.iiuic t> ence R'lIIthtwovo :
F t back and( with them undo In Jackson would soon i-tiKli headlong links tn a stake thence
ni<|re or- pearls coutliiue to bo in fashion Second !' 1(1.00.( (12. chitlim mx ((6)) ) SOUTITBOU3ID.
J; I der ta be ready for a second attempt down ngmt I mast those I Impregnable/ biirrl Wownn's Home saysJune Tblrd" It.. 600. roxtfi'iinein, (HJ Chili alit I tblrty-slt; (.111' link Leaves Tltuivtlle for Miami and I
t Companion. A ) In stake; tbencu North seventeen(I deurf-e I. I I ':4J P'nl'NOBTHBOCMD.
j .., at the same tlevcr' trick nettled down cades at NtrUldJlrl1l1h.v\ vanished pretty fancy for the summer girl is to To ride at three 2ln. rings, three times. and flftv ((5>(i) mlniiie, west. twelve (12)) cjiain.* lut"llo"la18 points at I
fit behind tortltlcatlone'at Strasburg.l from the valley. lie KM his trooJl"I'Melilltwl1rd TIle arolies bo .. soil lxtyivenn> ) links toa luke i hence West .
,to ]lOOtt. All
have her chain mutch lu design", the fan apait. tees ten ((1") rhnln! and forty eight ((4H) link to the, Leave Tltuvltl for jMkiM>nvllle \ ,,_.
I about the center, lengthwise' o( the through the Blue Kldtfe'nd attached to IL -For the daisy fan'there ti> be ildden oil nt H-ln. lings. Time point of beglnnlni, containing fifteen acres and Incermeiliate points at ( I'0.

valley. From Strnaburtf a good plUeled the morning! of the '.>:UJ of May mnrch Is n long chain mode of small white counted to slowest horse. Entrance of land. ADA MAY, Tltnuvllle for Sanford :.0 sam

I rI4 back to the Uultlmore and Ohio ed around Bunks' Hank guard ut l->ont enameled daisies. The daisies look as fee, $i OO), to bo paid to II. D. PrltcbardTltusville. fit Guardian fur said Minor. Arrives Tlt.mvllle from Sanford t:2 p.m,

t f railway and the Potomac river and a Iloynl. I the puns of the! railroad i from If strung on green stems. Other attractive .

4 & / railroad running through a gup l In tho StruKhtirg to MIIIIIIMHIIS plulnK. ThisItatiUn flower chains are made of little FIltKWOIJKH.Thefireworks Notice for .J.luJilication.PKPARTMKNT .
UIINM hud lIrt111111'1", are now hero and com ... '
Blue Ridge placed Striisburit' within a uunrd\ of I blue forwt.--cts.! tiny fink butt
plllllllm excellent assortment, the retAil A Sample of one of the best farm ,
few hours of Washington aud t'rederIcksburtf. : ; copy
I lows I la itei.rately! ,; tinted enuibcl and IMMCUI iIjunlOfH
r \value' of which Is over. $IO. We fee nriTtiR" R '
-\, l >- .<-" \I at lutnaKVllltf. Id.,Juno lu,1903.jNotlno published free If will send
'pe I""IM\< i C > onl -'y! SliitlOd.'I sure that the oiowd will be satisfied with papers you .
,1 I,11! Fremont's array lay within easy, the exhibit for 'It |III much l Is lierehy given that the folliiwlnz- '
Urgei than :: : name on a postal card
y nime'l i-ei tier I has f) ed l n tics of hm lnt mion to your nlcntlonioff
r marched of Banks' post and be held Hot Weather W akiieft". the one 'i'ltiisville hud three yours o. make tiinil ;iriMif In HIIport: of' bin claim,, ,and

) I his troopa'ready to nuppoit Hanks bv: It yon feel fagged: out, list less mtnrl Inch- Title OltAJJD 1IAI.L. tbat a t.iI| proof will be in ut liefore Clerk riroclt this paper. ,

I I falling upon Jacknon.. ehould.be marcl p I nt; In energy, you are pet Imps suiTerlnu The Opera house has been kalsomtned George k ourtatTlttmrllle l). Uimni.irk.. K a of. on Tltiinvlli July' JJnil...1.lutz.. vie H.I.' TUE PLOWBOY Co., (

I I direct!. from Mtauntoti to (five Uank from, the dobllUatlng effect of summer and otherwise ornamented In readiness 2.12.'or tlie8KViS ;tloii23'rowiishlo2l South, '
.. Ga.
weather. These symptoms Indicate that Range 34 Ea t.1I .tanta.
battle his for titled Needless
t on front. for the ball the 4th.
a onto IK needed hat will create It lieul.M '- on .. naui, the following wI nesmts to prove his
W say that crt'dulou people believedthat ciiiitlnuimii resiilm.ce. ii| >y nppitlte\ make dleestlon perfect HOUND-TRIP EXCURSION BATHS.
sell lanu, vial Ewinir!: Rice of'JltunvillB. Ha. l
JnckKou. was securely "bngged.1a regulate the bowels and Impart natural The FloiIda East Const RAilway has N, W. Kobtinuni, of ritUHvlllx Khi.t JtfTiTmmCiiyler f
avorlte expression In certain circlet activity to the ,liver This, Ilerbine will placed low excursion rates from all of III tilts, Pla.; H. I' T. Warren, of illume, .__'w'v' 7 o

at that time. The old fogy generals ol EYES SPEAK dn; It H a tonic laxative' and i-esrorative. points between Ormood, ou the north. rub.FIn. fee paid. W. O. ROIUSrlON.lluiclater." : : f

} Europe declared that Napoleon rlolat n. J. Frernanl Propr. Orand View hotel and Fort Pieice, on the south. Tickets -

I ed every principle of the art of war Cheney Kan., writes: "I have used Ifeiblne '- will be sold from all station between Fort ,-r.rF.7rPla
every time lit moved an army. JII k. for the last 12: years, and nothing on Pierce and Valkarla at 1.50 foi round ..\. Cheap IiHliiui lilvcr Home. ; /

son with Bunks lu front of tilua. Fremont Volumes, at times of woman's happiness earth can\ beat It. It was recommended trip' ; Melbourne $1.20: ; Eau Gallle $1.10,1 ,
or misery. The dull, sunken eye This place consists of 13'i acres Jj:(
tome by ]IV. Newton-of Newton, Kan. Uockledge cents; C"COl110( cents; City
to the left of him and McDowellon
with its dark circles almost mile north of Fort I'lerre. Four
surely speaks 50o at B. K. Wilson A Son's. Point and Sharpes ;50 cents; Or moo.I, aCres
'c the right rear of him had but one I of womanly ill-health and its attendant Daytona, Sanfoid and En tor Ue $1 OO are cleared and fenced and there. are .

move left according to the art of \var. suffering. With the dull eye goes usually I>i\do County 1.l1ml For Sale. New .Smyrna and Hawks Turk pi 730ent16; 25lHH) bearing pineapple plants! on the

lie must sneak away between the lines the sallow, sunken cheek, the drawn Oak.I1III VS\ cents; Osteen 00 cents; May- place. There are 2JIJ acre ready to set!

of Kremout and :McDowell to the mouth the shrunken form-the whole For sale cheap, the northeast! quarterof I town and Aurantla;\4)) centu. ; Mims and III orange trees anil pineapples. The t n7d

southwest by 'way of Lynchburg. lie glory of woman's beauty marred by the southeast quarter of section, town. ; LaGrange( 23; cents; other points In pro. remaining nine acres Is good pl.ieapple

was Ipokt'd to to do this or to turn up effects of disease. ship 38. south of range 41 east; close to portion. land and a portion of it good for trees. lv .
Dr. I'ierce's Favorite Prescription cures It 1'1 Indian Hiver. The lr0
; a frontage dh 1'1'/ll
O. KVood.s:
anywhere except where he actually which pineapple plantation on The following committees have been ;;
the diseases undermine the health Lucia bent uiiildiiig site Is on a high t'11V1I1! .
St River 40
landed the of the 231 of ; acres. ,
morning May. appointed:
and the of It establishes -
mar beauty women. ,tioii overlooking the river, the town
Alan' tile northeast of northeast ,
Stonewall much of soldier ijnarter W. JI. McFnrlnnil: chairman of
WHS \ a regularity dries weakening < toe glory Itj the mere dodging 1 of a 1 heals inflammation and ulceration, anti quarter of section 13, township 38, J. (n. Rast, secretary. no hOUse on the premises.! .4 aje (
south of 41 south fork .
range east; on olSt. F:. L. Urady & Bro., treu rer!!.
female weakness.
trap set to catch Jilni. lie proceedsto cures Fort Pierce is a division point on the
I.ucle River 40 Apply to '
Birm,,h the trap. After he bud turn Sick women are invited to consult Dr. l'JI.u.; acres.II. WALTON Reception Committee: lion. John M. I Florida East Coast Railway and a place rbr.e'la
Pierce letter fret and obtain DUon' Mayor; or Tltusville B. R. Wllsrtn -
ed buck' Fremont's advance from Itsmarch by so Titanvllie Fla of sonic importance, with good prospects .
I advice of a specialist upon their disease. M. D.: and Chits II, Walton.Financial for future iri'velopment." Thereare ----
upon his bane at Hamilton by a
Commit Geo. M. Rob.
All correspondence is strictly private :
sudden stroke;; (it the village of .Me nnd sacredly confidential. Address Dr. A Itnro Chance. bins, J. O. Bast. stored of all kInds,several ohurches..

Dowell the! 8th of May ho sent his few R. V. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y. Balloon and Ascension : W. II. JJc- lI'hnol. postotllce. telegraph/\ olllce. etoj
This place will make a line home and KIDNEY DISEASES
conipnnleH of cavalry to l-'rc- 11 10-100( () acres, 010<; feet frontage on Farland.
press "With pleMur I wml a few line tn let capable of being made
you a plantation.

Indian and! Italian river tiCK; ; to 7H
niont's outposts and also to keep up know lh.it. I feel. much better than lor eight : ) Street Fair Mrs. Oeo. M. Robbies.
"....... before Uking", vour medicine." ,write Mr. nitrite! trees, about half coming into Boat Race: E.B. \Vager. hundred orange and grapefruIt
the scare In the center of the valleyin Virrw G"I.... of Su .,t Philn. street, York Pa. bearing/ (oranges/ tangerines, grapefruit Music James Pritchard. trt>t'slIn,1, I0flhtW) (\ () plnpRl"ple plantscan the fatal of dit-
: are most
front of Hunks nt Strasburg: Al' Will recommend Dr. Pierce' met trine to every- be placed It.'Fine llshmnghunt..
person who may Inquire ** to whnt it ban tone kuinqiiate, 0 bearinsr: mangoes/ Tournament: D. B. Pritchard. a
bill enemies werby this time deeply: for me. I w.* tronUleil with "female weakarM 3 bearing avocadoes, 14.0OO bearing Minor Sports : F. A. Morgan. inprand oy terinein the immediate vi- eases

niystltled to Jitcksou's, way of doing and began to think. I would never be well. If i pines, :IOU to ton bean ng: guavas,besides Free Lunch: R. W. Rhodes and A. WBute. cinity. Fort' Pierce is headquarters!
,hlngs., couldn't fathom had continued the trentment prencribrd by mr for hunting, fishing and sports: irener- Is
They bis doctor I dun't know what would. have become of grapes, bananasperslmmona nursery; KIDNEY CURE I
.Inns. and without risking even a m... When your treatment wan rommrtieed my of about !.OOO sour orange trees ready Ice Water and Seats: F. A. Loslcy. allly. Pric*, 11,500 which is very cheap FOLEY'S

I skirmish ,h. kept three! armies on them weight wa* 1..11 color Pounds and. at flIent, It 1* jiliavv to bud, a few peach trees,3 acres vegetable Fireworks: Major F. M. Taylor. For Information address, I GuarantasEt Rensd;
henlthy my say,1 look C. T.
alert for bill sudden appearance. The wrll.tv! be.t thank to yon and my beat land, 4-Inch artesian well large Excursion: Geo. M. Robbina.
opposing ffenernls assumed that where wfctliea, too, foe whnt yon have don lor me.* I wharf drive well soft water, 8-room Grand Jail: W. S, Braunlog. Ankona, Brevard County Flit money refunded. Contains
"Favorite makes weak Dwelling, store building, packinghouse
.- cavalry was there Jackson'sIsfuutry women strong sick women well. Acceptno tool house, warehouse :2-ton Ice box, OLD LEAD FOR SALE. In quantity remedies recognized by effll*
would be 'later Best rmcrlptl'on MaUrla, .
sooner or ; so 2 of Fruit this Tltaj for
substitute for the medicine which acres poultry yard. ; at the ADVOCATE office.Foey's I nent the best
they waited In their tracks for the In works wonders for weak women. .. year will brlnar *:IOO to 1100. Kent Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's pydan fo

fantry. But Jackson's cavalry. was Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse from vejfetabia: land will keep up grove. Tasteless Chill Tonio. It is simply Iron troubles.

ubiquitous. and his infantry had already 1. the cloRged;: system from accumulated I',. A. MCMIII.AX!\ and quinine In a tasteless form. No Honey and Tar tod $1.00.n. .

wo, the nickname of .'Ja kson'a Impurities. :Eau Oallie Fla. Cure, No Cure. Price 60cts. cures folds prevents pneumonia. : I PRC 5 & sox.


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Kllllnir and Dren.lngr-.Dry PlrlclnsCnnd
M. ROBBINS A..oIatIo.. Formed to Connect Stnto tlliat the Fenions Chun(Tear Think consular of i '
I GE0. I S<' il Capital. WIt. 'Va.bha..toa.I of American lllahwnr From the approach of'Thanksgiving tel Bat lias. btieu issued by"the Mute Dopartmeiit '
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR In New York city recently an aalOCI- Henri Founder when asked recently < under SItu title of "Muulclpa:
atlon was formed to agitate the cause what bo thought of our roads. says the on till after the winter holidays the Socialism In Ottmt Hrltnlti." It Is made

AT-LAW.I I oC food roads. This association, which New York Journal replied "Bad." II* dressing of poultry takcrt on much 1mportunco. by James Boyle, our Consul at vel'po..l. AA akes short roads.

t Will practice In State and United States I I has adapted, the name of the AmerlcanUoadmllkel's. and continued There are two methods of Mr. Iloyle remarks that in 1373: the
smiled :
Court. bus in view the securingof dressing ducks for market by dry capital Invested lo municipal underttk
"They are'to be good In time. The lags la Great Britain was *4(15KXl.Ooo( ; () -.E
Omce at TITUSVILI.B, FLA. a system: of hlghwajs whlcb ihall chauffeurs will write and clamor In a picking and by '''''11!Idl 111r. null these and in 1IKK( ) It was U.iIlIlJ.O'UIOO.1:11,' > \ :

connect the capitala of the various have been d<,s'rIIJPtllly an authcHty on munlclr-alitlea owning waterworks, DO)

L. OAULDEN states with WusUlnffton. The first effort deafening accord. The municipalitieswill the subject ns follows: Jot1of these owning street railroads, 2411 owning gasworks tid light loads.QRLASE. .
D will be made by an appeal to the have to yield. Would you aid ull? methods are good and are being successfully and 181 supplying electricity.lie .
national government to appropriate $1- Hero Is one y>lan."Instea also o.illn at ten.Ion to Liverpool's
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW employed by tho largest raisers. -
000.000, to be used through the road ,, of one mile races, which wok for the better housing of the poor
Will practice In all the Courts of tha state Inquiry department to map out routes might be run- ou foot or on bicycles Some have a preference' for dry Municipal tenements three or f 'iir stories

,ot Florida, and the United States Courts. from capital to capital. call for automobile hundred mile races. picking and others for scalding, ROll It ; high aru, built in blinks.. The Hats have ;
Into only becomes a mutter of taste! which simple fixtures I Including gas supplies :
I. O Box,239. TTriTSVILLE This organization: la to be divided
FUoIf' "
Only these prove anything. They are on the "penny In I he slot, plan. A single
of tho east south cent method Is used. When bird are dressed
departments run on varied roads stone sand earth. loom cnn bit had for an low as 43; that runs on wheels.'
tral and' west corresponding to geographical .. by scalding they should be dipped
J. WEBB, bridges. cents a week. The rent of two mom
"They traverse hills valleys :
lines. It was decided to several times or until Ute feathers ranges from (II) to 80( cents; that tit three
ATTOtNZT-Ar.jAw limit the membership to ten from each They brave all sorts of weather. lix-: como out easily. The back should be rooms from $1 to $1 10; that nf four Sold Everywhere.
state until each state should have ten .act races similar to those of ParisAmsterdam rooms ( he laigosc: suites provided) from
dipped In the first After 'ald.
practice in the Courts of the Tth representatives. Then another ten ra rls-Ylellna, Paris-Ber water fLS to *1.BO. In these duellings hot ,>mI...___
Taxes paid for non-residents The lug$ wipe them as dry as possible witha und cold water and baths are supplied.On .
-uud rents and accounts collected. would becowe eligible. president I lin. Blessed are the roudniukers that sponge and pick the breast feathers Llverp ol's tine system of double- ____._ __ m _..
Is elected for one year. lie will be succeeded : made them easy I *
Trru8\nr.i.B first. A bird when dressed for market deck eleotrlo cars the fares/ range from
FLORIDA. by the first vice president, and
"Roads are civilization Itself. How I two cents for three miles or less up to
the succession to office will be in this has left on It the feathers 011 the wing, tight coats far
did Rome conquer Gaul By roads. something over eight DYSPEPSIA"For
A.D.. PENNEY way. Tho tribes In their forests Imagined the tall feathers and the feathers on miles. Sheffield has appropriated out v(
The following officers wero elected: head und neck. The legs lire left. on, Its tramway receipts #7.VNW for tho creation .

ATTORNEY-AT-I/AW Senator Horatio S. Earle of Detroit they were Inaccessible. One morning and the birds lire not drawn./ of shops and business premises .Is "e.r. I U'.. n. Victim 'dy*.
\ president; Edward Bond of Albany when they awoke and rubbfrt their The process of dry picking Is considered which nre for rent. .p.|..la In UK wurNt form. I could eat nothinif
TrrusviLtB:, FLORIDA. first vice president; R. II. Thompson of eyes Instead of a wall of foliage they the simpler of the two methods, The immense docks of Liverpool are but milk toiwt anti,,at tluiet my ntnniucb would
not retain ami Seattle l second vice president; Judge saw a road. Rome was there. end one who Is accustomed to the partially municipalized. There urn, It Is began t Mklnir CASCAKKTS: and amos tli.a I
Will practice In all the courts of the.7th Warner of Houston Tex., third vice "We have railways" M. Fournler/ work can readily dress three dozen true, some thing in the repoit which have steadily Improved, until 1 km as well as I
be called 111 .
Judicial may socialist. Such are the ever wa In my *
Circuit. president; W. Crandall of :New York. was told. birds hi a day. The picker's outfit colt- nelllng of milk by Liverpool, the management LtATiu U MUHFHT Newark. 0.
secretary and W. L. Dickinson of "Alas!" he sighed.' "They make of sluts of a chair, a box for the feathers of a hotel by the Town Council

MORGAN, Springfield, Mn as.. treasurer. Assist- one u slave. To use them !I" to be In and a couple of knives ono knlfo being of Bristol and the operation of a 11.11t. CANDY

TpREDERICfC ince has been promised by the road, In- prison and a schedule's convict. Neglect dull and the other being sharp pointed Stone quarry by (the aldermen of West

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, qulty department In securing the exhibition the railways and tho roads will and double edged for bleeding." Tho Hum London. Manchester owns sharesIn

LOBDS at St. Louis of the various road- be better." bird Is taken between the knees, the its ship canal. Donettatorand Chester

Notary Public. making machines; also various road- Ills eyes blue and limpid are amazingly bill held open with tho left hand and n own race courses. Nottingham owns

1 1Collections, Typewriting, Stenography.TlTUSVILLK building firms will build short stretchesof alert. "I have been a racer for cut made across the roof of the mouth parks, markets, baths, hospitals, a forest, TRMII MASS ssee.o

FLA.. road at the exposition which will fifteen years," be replied to questions. just below the eyes. Tile bird Is then has museum one and and two-cent a college;fares while on Glasgow Its city .

m_ be examined by experts. "1 love horses and hunt every1 year stunned by striking Its head against Jpo"t \ Ira rn-cats.'

"VfTADK n. JONES with them. l't>rhopre I have the sense or Home hard substance. Tho Hut a full examination of our Conaul'srel.rt Pteasnt. palatable Potent. taste Good
Tax on liable of tho road. It Is not all Instinctive.It picker seats himself In tIle rhntr, with shows thin It Is chiefly concerned Oootl,.Mittnr SK.K.n. .lIk.ui.or Orlp, tOe, sao,=

may be developed., the bird In bin In Its head held Urmly with nun-HocliilUt, enteruilnes. "Thus It ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, Extremely digestive hot weather IK babies a great when tax "1 like speed because It is Intelli between one knee p. 0 lid tho box. Tho tt-lU. us hut there nre still In Great Hiltnln I ....11., ._N...4r CM.PKHT. I.htHMt..H_....t. *." ".... Ill
upon powerof ; '
puny and feeble they should be given a gent. Would you prefer to drive a ft'utll.'I'1I are carefully sorted ,vhllepl'I.lnjf. men of great ability which the I'nltIIl1h.ptlkllllt : H"1(1: ant iinrKntfmitbf allflrnllU'lU'UAw *-
Loans and oYUKTubauoo
Collections. should feel tfltui to iiablk
few doses White's Cream Vermifuge, slow horse on a crowded venue? It tho pins are thrown away, anti people proudof
Consul Hi>yle.-N. V, Tilbuno.Chamberlain's -
TITUSVILLE ., FLO tIDA. the children's tonio. It will stimulate Is not trustworthy; It Is not responsive.And. the body feitthers. with the down, are ways_. -
and fncllltiUe the digestion of their food, then It calls for nothing bright. thrown Into the hI,)". Care should bo -------- OverWorkvenkeris

: so that they soon become strong, healthy In you."Speed. taken about this. ns the feathers from I'uln lUltn Is an antiseptic

GE0. A. WORLEY, and active. 2.">o at Wilson & Son's. stimulates' nil your faculties. each bird will weigh about two ounces cuts, bruises liniment and, and burns when, causes' applied them to to Your Kidneys.

Oh the beauty ot the long country and will for the )
quite pay picking. heal. without maturation' and much more
TlivV<.m,'n of DnmaNen;" bordered elms! At the bridges Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
roads by The dull knife mul the thumb are quickly than by the usual treatment.For .
General practice In State The woiu"11 of \IWI"'UII-t11llt is. the
and Federal the automobile cuts their curves at a
used to remove the long pin feathers, sale by all drugtfUti! and modlclue
Courts. All business entrusted will !MoHlem\\'nlllt'II-III't' more oluKfly! veiled the blood In
tangent and you have the Impressionof and thin. should be done without tear- dealers. All your body passes through!
receive prompt attention. than I thorn* of CotiHtuntlnople ttnd kidneys once three minutes.
flying. and It takes your breath. The ing the skin. The down can usually iyour every
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate other "II..It'I'1I cltlff l.ecmiMe the people The kidneys are your
wagon; retrains the ground in an in, I be rubbed off by slightly moisteningthe WHITE CITY'S ADVANTAGES. : rt blood riII
Miami. purifiers they -
It-mirloim In the observance '
ut-re uri- more
MIAMI, FLORIDA. of tbt unrleut! i-nstoiua of their stant, but you have lived long In that hand and holding the skin tight. \ I ter out the waste or
instant.'C Often some of the pins cannot be taken While City Is looatod the bunks of Impurities In the blood.
rove and tIm ri'iiiili-t'inciita. of their relltflon.
ANDREWS out without tearing disfiguring/ the the St. Luolo Rlvor, in tho southern partof If they are lick or out
The vellM thicker iilnu and On'. Rbod..' .
J JAMES tire of lden Brevard county. Title section Is acknowledged : of order, they fall to do
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. COT the entire fuc.. Some of thetunic A well known peer once asked Cecil to bo ono of the best In their work.Pains .

tlgiirfd\ HO Unit the coix-euliuent In Rhodes to stand godfather to his son southern Hroviml for growing hennn, I aches snd rheu.QwV .'

-Main office and postofQce address, TITUS- e\e'ii more i-omiili'te. and he replied that be> would on one Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, English rnatism come from ez-'I

VILLK.: Branch office at FORT Pi BUCK.: : UreeUs. JI>WM und Armenians do not condition. which was that ho might In. pens, egg plant, etc. It U also proving I cess of uric acid In the

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. w'lIr11,,. antI MOIIM of them ure veryhattdsome. vest at once 100 in the boy's name Itself to 1.10" supeilor location for the blood, due to lIe leclod
pnrtlculnrly the Jewish wo- and give 100 on each succeeding birth growing of orange trees. The land Is a kidney trouble.
Notary Public
State; at
Large. heavy, bluok sandrhoam, dIffering materially Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
Their and hair ,
mcn. e.ieH. complexion day provided that It should all go on
j heart beats and makes feel
on. as though
I from the most of the lands lylnp
I art superh.( The t'.I'| .'H of vileutu! lo\e- at compound Interest until the boy w sold
E. In the southern portion of the county. they heart trouble. because the heart, Is
1 STEPHEN FOSTER I lini'Hn ri'inlml you or Solomon's Song. enough to begin to spend the Interest \ The country surrounding White City u. ovtr-worklng In pumping- thick, kidney..:

I N'o women are t-mployed about the and that then be might yearly decide \ especially adapted to cattle railing. The poUoned blood through veins and arteries. '
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, hotflx or ,rt-Mtmi. flt'tt mtts.. All the "dom"'fi- on what to upend It. no long/ as It wlld'lralael there differ greatly from the It used to be considered that only urinary!

Sims Building, tl(''' work In tlotu by men. I In the nlioi was nut on himself. "This." said Sir.Rhodes ordinary wire grass which abounds over troubles were to be traced to the kidneys

; JACKSONVILLE FLA. and uuinufnct..,$ of I)UI .IMC-IIS thousands "will do two things, -Hmt. It a glean portion of Kloildt. Time grass. In but now modern science proves that nearly
of wuinen and girls are employed will teach your boy how to "upend money rich miami iioinlshluKHndonversthegroundwith all constitutional diseases have their be Ip..1

but they are exclusively iireeks uud und. .secondly, It will make blni unselnab a heavy nod of green, which Is no nine In kidney troubls. -_.
E W. ALLEN, Jews. No Moslem would permit Ms need.Court uncommon on neat ly all ""Kloildn, \nil II. I if you are lick you can make no mistake1by
GEOR and kind to those In '
first doctoring your' The mild
wife dnuvhter sister to In For growing beans. Irish nnd sweet potatoes kidneys.
or appear u Journal.
A TTOltYEY-A T-LA W rqimth, olL\IIIIRe\ turnips, straw and the extraordinary effect: of Dr. Kllmer'a'SwampRoot
shop or auy other place where men are
the great kidney remedy Is.
bottles there lands
ate probably u>> In
KEY WK8P. FLORIDA employed.-Chicago Record-IIerold. Not dnlltr. the State superior to th m. White City soon realized. It stands the highest for Us

Will practice In the United State, "is your husbnnd a bibliomaniac?" stud Its surrounding country has ad van. wonderful cures of the most distressing cases,

and State Courts. 9jun95 leafnet8 Cannot Be Ci red. asked Mrs. Oldt-ustle ns she was being tngcs not found In any sections' of the and Is sold on Its.merlts" ..... --

by local applications, as they cannot permitted to vleu; the treasures In the Hln-e. Themi mat vita(ages tire I 1st-Tha by all druggists 'fifty- I ::::.
M. D. rnacb the diseased portion of the enr. library of the new neighbors. cattle Industry; :Uud-Vegetable growIng cent and one-dollar ..Iles. -I jh"Id' '-

N.IIURNIIAM, There' Is only ODe way to onto deafness" "Mercy sake no." replied Mrs. Pack !. ; Bid-Oitinge and grapefruit groves. _..__You, L _may".' L.have__a"
and that la by constitutional rernodlon, enbam. "be never blbblea a bit.-Oh. of 'I'hi. combination! Is most desirable amIs I aamPle come oy mall ngm of s".pa.
SURGEON and PAUl Or DRUMMED DUCK8. found In free also pamphlet telling you how to find I
SPECIALIST, DenfouHB In caused by an loti iRleti condition course, I don't that be wouldn't only rare instances Mr. I U.
on the mucous lining of the Eustachian say skin. When such Is the E.: muslin will be gliid to !give you reliable out If you have kidney of bladder (rouble.
I they
Ear, Nose and Throat. take a little at his mena! If the rest wasdoln' case Mention this when writing Dr. Kilmer
Tube. When this tube In- Inlet mlltloll. WiltM him fully ,our paper
gets should 1 be shaved ci?. Seven
It but that's far he or eight
as as ever wauls.-Tho Ilomoseeker. & Co., Blnghamlon N. Y,
WEST tUmed have soundorimperfect
PALM BEACH FLORIDA. you a rumbling -
minutes Is all the time necessary to
hearing, und when U Is entirely goes In them kind of thinjta.-ChlcOio
dress bird.
Record-If eraid. a
closed deafness Is -o result, and unless
D L IIOUOUTOVS tbd lull( .immntion can be taken out and After tile birds are picked they Constipated Ilmvcl

I his tube restored to I Its normal condition, A Chanw.. SaKK*>}.*d. should bo carefully washed and plumped To have gUild health the body shoiilc
FLOATING DENTAL hearing will be destroyed forever; nine "What is your occupation?" asked : by placing a tank or barrel of ice ho kept In a laxative condition, and .the ''

APARTMENTSon cases out of tea are caused by oatnrili, the old physician as be felt the pa- water. They are hardened In tliln Ice bowels inovotl al' blunt once a iny, so I hat _

the "Dentos," which nothing but an lull.wned condition tient's pulse. water mind given a rounilcd stud full appouianco. all the poisonous wastes are expellee good
of the r surfaces.We i dally. O. f.. Kd wards. 1M' N. Main Mt.. inThe ouc
rmi co u "
Now AT PALM BEACH. will give Cue Hundred Dollars fir "I'm an opera singer wis the reply. Wichita, Kansas, wiliest" : "I have UMUIHerblne oh ;year tbe
case of ( eafneall.cauled by cutarr'j' ) "Ahi" exclaimed the it. D. "'V hat The ducks are then packed la I.JIlr.rplII I to regulate the liver and bowels have
-- .-- that cannot be cured by Hall's Calm-Mi yon nee1 Is a change of air. Suppose or boxes and shipped to market. for the past tou yearn, and roun.llt a re- Thai's the

Foley's Cure Send for circulars, fiee. you try ringing In a church choir."- The first or bottom layer Is hacked ,able rmnoily., Wo at Wilson A Hon's. S..dl Perry lam oia.

Kidney Cure F. J. CIIEXKr & CO., Toledo. O. Chicago .....'wa. with bucks down a layer of Ice I... then any_ other_

makes kidneys and d right. ySold; by druggists, 7.:>o. Hall's Family placed over thorn and all other layersare An Arirnnient for" So( lnl Fr..k.... _Intl. tIol4 DJ'.U a..I.r.. .
--- Pills are the bent. I you KNOW, wii.VT YOU \KK T.\KI"O jutctied with tho breasts. down, a -It Is best to be sljictrc, n.. a family In I 111N..."............, ,.It JJJI1.D.
When you take Grove's Tnu'eloMM Chill layer of Ice being between encli layerof Germantown recently found out. They M. .,.,,. Co.O."oil .

Red 9oovr. Tonic because the formula IH plnlnly\ .Ind{". The top of tit!< box or* barrel I bad been entertaining d distinguished Mloh. I
HomesYou In the arctic printed on every bottle showing that It I is
regions early explorers
Virginia Is then rounded 011'Vltli lea and novelist from abroad who was not altogether -
Iron ami Quinine In a ta telcm
were unfounded to and large area of Imgl.v) covered with burlnpx.' A Hour barrel
ucijuulntPd society's
fo.-mn. No cure, So p..yOct";\ ) .
red but tbe Is
nnow. phenomenon now will hold about three dozen birds. of saying things It does not mean. The

familiar tt taco of science who know Ttmtbleyel... riders of Philadelphia recently Home raisers IIHQ boxen. fur shipping, time came for her departure und ad'
learn all about Virginia Lands, that t red snow like a green garden and have the empties returned free. Largest and Mpst Com
had u parade In which fi.OOO the host was ha tiding her to the carriage
Its resources' products, mode of cnl- fence Is due to the premjice of unicellular ". be said courteously, "1 am nlere Establishment South.
tlition! prices etc. reading the wb<*" lnien were In line it would appear very :
by algn the only difference being In Stop the CUIIJh "
- Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. the rotating mutter of the protoplasm.: : thut In the Quaker City, at 1t'DBt. n ml work off Ito Col
for tt month. subscription. to the It( In said thnt acres of snow are frequently the "passing of the wheel" has passed. Laxative llromo-tjulnlae 'Tablet cure n ,
but I can.1"There :
Farmer Co. tort. "Oh.
; Va.
Eraporla, covered In a single night by cold In one day. No Cure, No I'ay. was only one course open. The

these! tiny piuntn.: -Oood Words. Uncle Sam seems to be furnishingmost Price :25uts.: trunks were taken down. the carriage

BANNER SALVE' of the rations for Fort de France.: If ton IJn... e.. l-'llclil an.... vent uwiiy. and to consternation of
One of the effect of the strike of .. If .n'y niuliT of tliU urtl.-le should
her hosts the lady re-entered the
the moat healing salve In the world.'
_. tbe anthracite miner came quickly. Every beefsteak; you don't eat nowadays ever lie K
-- The operators lost' no time In boollUna'ap In a dollar or two earned. "'e the cmbriici1 of a boa constrictor'

60 YEARS* the/ ..t'lUuprJtop of coaL It In u'l'onmifndid, that he try to re- ,
EXPERIENCE 11i't I.RMt Hope 1tealizcl tease liiujiwif: : by inking Imld of the (lllc.UfJlI 'n..",<<,n'tl. I

Cures I'('ze-ma.ltchlng Humors, [from tile gontlnnl, (!isbn Mont.) ci't-nliiroH' (nil nnd unwinding, It from Yen, August Flower ntlll has the largest

I'linples<< and Carbuncles. In the first opening of Oklahoma to that ".11<1. I It 1-1111 l-e easily unwound In ale of any medIcine In the civilized!
settlers In ISO!), the editor of this paper, thut wny. but otherwise It Is not possi' world Your' mothers' and grandmoth kb
Costs! Nothing to Try. was among the many seekers after for- ble. The way to kill u minko Is not to er.' never thought using anything etna '
I B. II. 13. (Botanic Blood JUlm) la now tune who made the big race one fine day attempt to crush Its huid. tutu bones of for Indigestion or bllloimnoss. Doctors -

recognized a* a certain and sure cure for In April. During his traveling about whMi hard but tv strike tb were scarce and they seldom heard of
TRAOC MARKS eczema, itchlngshln, humors, cab' pim and afterward his campIng upon his III"'I'ry Appendicitis, Nervous I'roatrutlon or MANUFACTURERS: OF
;:; DESIGNS pies, scales, watery blUters, aching! bones claim: he encountered much bad water, tail. whole the spinal cord Is but thinly Heart failure! etc. They imeil August ;
&rYi''hi"{ COPYRIGHTS kG.AflnnSu.fldtng or Join tu, 1 boils\ carbuncles, prlchlnsr pain together with the severe heat, gave him co\er d I by bout arid suffers readily Flower to clean out the .ystcm acid stop Doors Sash, Blinds,

r., ,. ivsivr' n a':.k.en trh'I'i und'ill frd dor1ptk whether>n may aoliiv In the skin, old eating sores, ulcer, etc. a very severe diarrhoea, which It seemed fFoin injury.j P It In I lit' name with an fermentation of undigested food regulate
i ..'iii
TI 1 01,.tii-o..mctijriHMiHtlimllKL in 1 V nt..nl* taunn. tbrnuah. Munn *.Co.: recvepk4LK4Ka. by enriching, purifying and vitalizing to die. One day one of hl. neighbors eel quickly dies. and that I. all they took: when fueling Cfllce: Wareroomn King, oppoolte
.thutCII.vvo. ll tb the blood thereby giving healthy brought him one mall! bottle of Cham Cannon Street.Charleston .
Tin1 boas nro not venomous but their dull and bad with headaches and I other
Scientific Emerican blood supply to the skin. Botanic Blood berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea fangs are sufficiently powerful to Inflict aches. You only need! n few doses of ] S. (X
Balm l I. the only cure to cured for I Jut done
ptrnilAtt stay Remedy as a hope. A big was treen's August Flower, In Iliiuld form, ,
lllniitralMt' wounds.ChiuiiiJerlahii'sCohie
A hundiinmiilr wf iklrnrmt serious
,jii nf eel .Ai..ntino jnarnat, 1..rmm. 93 aer. these" awful, annoying skin troubles. It given him while he va* rolling about on to make you satisfied: there Is nothing
1<* ton montti*.,L Hold By all iramd" _I_ heal every sore and gives the rich glowof the ground In great agony, and In a few Cliolcru- juul seriouS the matter with) you. Yon can SashV\ Cord and
MUNN & Co.381BpMd '- Hew York health to the akin. Builds up the minutes the done wait repeated. The get this reliable remedy at It. 1C. Wilson ,
Branch 011I.,,.. iCS r SU WublDtcluB.C. broken down body and make the blood good effect of the medicine. wa soon Diarrhoea ItenndyIs A Hon. Get Green's Special Almanac.This .
red and nourishing. Especially advisedfor noticed and within an hour the patientwas everywhere recognized as the one --'--- Hardware. ..
chronic old cases that doctors, pat- taking Ms first sound for
LI I sleep a remedy that ean always depended upon
Clyde Steamship no. eat medicines and hot springs fall to cure. fortnight. That one little bottle worked and that U pleasant to take It I I. especially Window and Fancy Glasr

Druggists, $1. To prove U. B. I), cores, a complete cure and be cannot help but valuable for summer diarrhoea. A SPECIALTY.
Tickets and reservations via the Clyde cures sample sent free and prepaid by feel grateful. The season for bowel din- In children, and In undoubtedly the

Hteamsbip Line can be secured of Chan.H. writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. orders being at hand stigglcti\ this Item. mean of caring the lives of great! many IfDittar !. oa every bow of the nnln* -
Walton at the ADVOCATE office, TI- Describe trouble. and free medical advice For sale by all druggists anil' medicine children each year. For sale by all drug- Laxative Brorao-QufnJnc T&biet.th Foley's Honey and Tar
sealed letter. ,I eal .
tusvllle. lent er. guts and medicine dealers. I
remedy that rnrv a eol IB .n d.7 chlldren,3afesure. No opiates



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4 I WM. M. BROWN Yioe-Presldent.,
President -
J dxae. FBITCHABD, ;
} ', SCHirriJin, Cashier.
C. S.

The recent speeches pf Clevelandand TITOSVILLE ,
.YBOri of the : CELEBRATION '
: !T Or TB> IHDLAJT arras, LAKBWO Tilden Club were in every'sens I DEPOSITORY.

I TH ABD BIHOAVKB BAY f IBOTIOM appropriate, and should be accepted Authorized capital $1OOOOO-t

r as the essence of democratic Will be one of the Grandest Events tak- "' Paid up capital $25.OOO

I PUBLISHED KVBBT FKIDXY.. doctrine everywhere. There can ing place on the East Coast that day. Every f 1 .-. (' Average deposits SIOO.OOO

..* ... H. VAI.TOK, Editor A PuMlnherPlicontlmianne I be no doubt that we have deviated amusement advertised will be carried out -

from democracy in a most radical to the letter,even to the low prices given by ;r. Transacts a General .. Banking
be mad '- the adoptionof
meet penslly
of sdrti. manner since before Dealer. ..
at tills office or by writing.. the Chicago platform in 1896 RHODES, the Clothier and Shoe a

and the article we now have is en- 1 lIe has a large stock of new and nobby goodson Business,

Check,etc.,may be made payable to CHARLKM alien to the thought of the which be will make you prices BO low
i tirely "
i Be W.LTOlf,publlnher. Largest and Oldest Bank on the River.
the fare to
best men of party. can save your expense of car
Vii to sentiment is sure to you \ bought and old on all Foreign
A'divlded Exchange
all communication the
1 Address TItusvllle, to not only enjoy pleasures : '
destruction of all visit I J! Countries.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, culminate in the + t
InMen's -
that have of the day, but make your purchase M :
TTTDIVII.LB FLORIDA.U. those time honored tenets i i. Pestronageapprecistei. Prompt service, polite

3 J ----_.- -p- .-.-- ,- .. .-. made the Democratic party great Youth's and Boy's Clothing, Men's .,ia...,... ,, ''..11 treatment,and!every* banking favor connlBtunt granted.with con.orvativ .
rl the of Thomas Jefferson, Goods of all descriptions for '
8. Department of Agriculture since days Furnishing CORREBPONDENT88eaboard (

II' Weather Bureau-Jupiter, E'brto .. and if the clarion notes of victoryare hot weather wear, Ladles', Misses', and ., National Jacksonville Rank of, Fla.New York, and
I it will be by National Bank of
ck tQ ring out again ; Shoes and Hosiery, Straw and ;,V :.I'i"-
to those principles T'L.1.
; unswerving .rITUSVILLE,
r fallowing a comparative slatetaent and colors. His
The In all-) grades
and rainfall for the' which were enunciated byCUlv'eland'and ; Felt Hats

l t I r" week of ending temperature Tuesday, June 2&,1$102.1802 $ Hill upon the occasion Tfl.j prices will be greatly reduced on that day

j -1901- above. all the advantage of killing two birds COMPANY.Wood
i ) \ referred to to give; SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY .
I D.A.TB. MAX. MIN, MAX.87! MIS 75 Can not every one see that our with one stone. All are Invited to TilE

j ; .\I t ]9 80/ 74 8fl 75 complete defeat in 18U6) followedby the free.lunoh from 11 a. m. to 2:30: p. m.

: 20 86 76 81 75 a still more crushing defeat In Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

) t t 21 80 76 82 72 74 1900 Is directly attributable to the R. W. RHODES COPPOSI'lE:111E BANK. Titusville. ,
: ft 't)0 74 inculcation of po pulls tic doctrine *
it: "1 S 7:1: 85 70 ..
at Chicagoand -----
adopted --
: U 'SO 76 84 79 in the platforms --- Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....
is we I
l Total rainfall for the week: 1.04 Kansas City? It true FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. ,
i t j1 tare from normal rainfall for tbe have been defeated anyway; ,
Depa ANNOUNCEMENTS.AnnouncFtneiita No.
do : 262.
may friends to so.
l week: minus 0.43 Inches. Departure but it would not have been by such Being urged by many myself as a candidate Offices foot of Ifogan Street, Jacksonville\ Florida.(
1 I hereby announce
since January
t ; from normal Inches.rainfall overwhelming majorities as were for the office of prosecuting attorney for J. :X::. :MUNNERLYN\ General Manager.

: minus,,ft.OH HAL. P. HABDIK, Observer. piled up against us in the States chew under thin heading an; Brevard county subject to the be action held of
I: _.. _.. York, Pennsylvania, JSIaasachusetts the Democratic primary to
pnyaldernadeanee.A and elected
--- $5.00. If nominated -
15th. 1002.
I Iowa, July
f illinpis, Indiana I will give the office the very best
will Baker
Miami soon &
J! WE! understand For a number of years the contest VOICE PROM! : TIlE PEOPLE. service I can. Hoping that my candidacy ; MeMurray
t t. have another fine building erected has been very close between the two 1002. will meet with favor at the bands of ,
which will be an ornament to that and the prodlgioue FOR PIERCE, May 7, Brevard'a Democracy, I am,very respectfully
Particulars of Bale great parties, be to the best Interest G. A. FROST. Jacksonville Florida.!
\ : thriving city. can be accounted for in nc BELIEVING It to 4O1-413 East Bay Street. ,
later in these slump of the people of Brevard county]
' '.: building will be given the were *
than that people I lithe .
other us
: way to have Wade 11. Jones represent COUNTY COMMISSIONER.At -Makers and Jobbers of-
; ,i; columns. determined to rebuke the party for next Legislature we respectfully FOR

I its deviation. from plain Democratic urge all Democrats of the county to give the solicitation of many of my tru '

NEGOTIATION for the establish principles. him their support at the coming primary and valued friends In this section as an Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

1 between Kng; for harmony on the 15th; of July. nOli need In a former Issue of the ADVOCATE ,
xnent of a parcel poet Whether the plea MANY TAXPAYERS. I have decided to again offer myself .
i land and the United States have made by the two greatest living us a candidate for reelection to the Saddlery, Rubber Tires.

I been in progress! for some time between democrat will be heeded remains to To the Democratic Voters of Brevarc office of County Commissioner", for Dlstiict / &c.
:'..f,' the British and United States be seen. From present indications( County: No. 1. I very much appreciate the First-Class Repairing 'and Painting

firm conviction I wish to announce my candidacy for past support given me sn unstinting _._----,.._- --- --
it is -------
our -
') governments. however, action'of Brevard county and
I the Legislature\ subject to the by the residents of ;
that democrats throughout the East the Domocratlo primaries to be heir) should they again honor me with that IN'P. .LLMNragOJEVSr JS-rfAJHiia I :: : I 1
PATTERSON New Jersey his suffered and South will endorse every utterance July 15th. Regarding my democracy and confidence at the coming Democrat!

i!, .1' from a mob of anarchists and delivered before the Tilden efficiency, the voters are perfectly faroll primary on July 15th It will be,01111t- '
II t' best endeavors the taxpayers In wish to reduce stock before taking Inventory and offer ;
to I
in the melee several men were kill Club.: The only resentment that lar. If nominated I will use my most endeavor serve
I have In
have beer to serve the people faithfully) the future as honestly as celling, at $10,00 per thousand.
who carload :
will One
j I' ed. For strikers will amount to anything come My platform of principles will be made past, giving the office and people the One-half carload Matched.Novelty! biding, A and B grade, at $lXOOper( 1,000Two
I misused we have some sympathy, from the extreme Western States, known to the voters Individually and or beat service I can-not forgetting tbe thousand pointed fence pickets at$13.00 per. thousand.
i tbe avowed anarchist we democratic platforms Very respectfully, absolute necessity of good roads In ouoienty. bean crates cheap.
but for where the present the stump. t One! carload Orange Boxes and hoops, cheap. One carload\
,1 n g I have no kindly feeling., They are : so called are held In,deepest W. U. MCFARL.ATCD. Thanking my they friends will favor for pas me One-balfoarload Tangeilne boxes with hoops, cheap. ,
and trusting;
ttl' favors
tI Jf professed outlaws and should be reverence.but from other sectionsof TAX ASSESSOR.I with 'their' votes at the coming primary c::;.. F"'_ :P.A.X>X>ISC>:N'".

( treated as such. the country there will be a heartv/ FOR I I remain yours truly, FLORIDA.
1 L I S. response, and an old time JeffersonIan beg to announce myself as a for candidate the- JOHH R. WALKER. EAU GALLIE -

' COME to Tltuevillo on the Fourth revival will certainly ensue. for the office of Tax: Assessor -
; the actionof '
\ to
I I II I ; and bring tho-old woman with you... It is possible that if the next County the Democratic of Brevard primary subject to be held on The many friends of G. F.Duren hereby H. A. HODGES....
IJ; much fun by purely,democratic receive him candidate for County
She can not have light is waged on Tuesday, July ISth. Trusting announce as a Manufacturei of
I have held loose any.way, of all friends. I am, very Commissioner for the first District,
in we my
I and fact you principles may the support Lumber.
proxy STKVTART.: the to be held on the and Yellow Pine ..
R. subject to primary
11 41 her proxy too long anyway. The but it will be by such a narrow respectfully, DEMOCRAT. ...Cypress
I 15th July.
It man who will spend a good 4th and margin that the party will take on cnnrll ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange: Box fiends Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
himself while his and the next campaign I hereby announce myself ns a Vny cine contemplating: shedding their pineapples or oranges or building la
blow in $10 of Tax
on new office
111 n -ctloU to the Democratic mills located
N-ol The
I date for of Brevan would du .ellio write for r>l'I'OII. Maw are
Voters of "Florida
cold lunch solid and prepared to of the To the luy part
't wife la at home eating will find us I Assessor, subjnct to the notion primary support and t Buffalo HI u IT, near PaUtka.'on the J.. T. K. W. Hy. Lumber delivered to any
,t' i should not be allowed to hold ofllce give our Republican brethren such election to bu hold the Jiilv office 13th.!as well It county conlld't-noe: Appreciating In the paM, and your'foeltng-tlmt 1 I I *part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. 11ODOES. Buffalo Bluff, F1a.

in Brevard county. a t drubbing as they have not had elected I will try to nil discharged: the deitibs Imposed .: ..
,. In tbe future its I have In the pant. Soliciting have faithfully ----- ------
In many a day. of all democrat. I re upon me; and fully believing/ tbat'
\\'I l.1,, thiI' is truly a remarkable man the support) J. WOOTKW.: my past oomml 810ner's experience wllenable
THE President has signed Bryan main respectfully\ !
V'I 'l thoroughly me to serve yon even more efficIently Seeds For Summer Crops.Millets
but he ia so .
bill and thus In many respects
;3 River and Harbor in the future, I hereby announce .
,' :Miami Is assured of Its appropria steeped in Western Ideas as FOR TAX COLLECTOR.I myself as a candidate for re-election for

tion. This is a great boon for OUT to preclude him from accepting hereby announce myself an. a candidate (Jounty; Commissioner of-DUtrict No. U,,

1 sister city and the large sum of with any degree of enthusiasm, a for re-nomlnatlon for the office of Rod ask your united support 1-Mh.at the Yours primary Sorghum, Sciji. Beans, Velvet Be.ina Peanuts Chutes, Teosinte, Giant
than the one adopted Brevard County sub to be held ou July
other of
with the platform) Tax Collector clean
1/11 $300,000 combined magnificent J. R. MIOT. Beggarweed
,.1 i; / appropriation by the Florida at Kansas City. We do not for |act to the action of the approaching respectfully, .
and wilt be pleased
primaries, -
emocratlo PEAS-
that he Is Insincere ; [ CZAI ::
moment .
I East Coast railway will give a say receive the support of my friends.
''I',''I the much desired eighteen feet of on the contrary, he is too much in to E. W. UA.LI* To the Democratic voters of Brevard I Whipp, Clays- Wonderful Black Unknown Ladyfingers.
L without trouble., earnest to admit of a shadow of goutity: I hereby announce myself as a Clean Bright Stock; Lowest, Prides. Conch Yeas, Soo; per // water to the sea for re-nomlnatlon at the Dem-
f'/ will flourish as the doubt that he would if again nominated announce myself as a candidate In as County Commissioner peck; *42.:'> bushel.
Miami to July
+ Then I beg for jcratlo primary Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers.
& adhere the same platform, for the office of Tan Collector for District No. 3; and as the
."t green bay'tree. and lead the party on to another the County of Brevard. subject to the taxpayers are acquainted with my past L. CAMERON. The Seed Store,

"I Waterloo. Cleveland and Hill are action of Democratic primary M be held record, I trust they will favor me with 125>> East Bay Street. JACKS:>NVIL E, FLA.
to receive -
have 15lh. As most people
PINE PPLII shipments on Tuesday July their united'support.
; hence their desire ..
t I in earnest Several carloads well aware of this; the support of my many friends tuowr. I am strongly; In favor of good;
> to see the party once more truly, else that may tend towards
I! am, cads, or anything
went to northern markets last yours The Oldest Entabllnheil Oraln and Seed Hon e In the State
L, formed behind the old<< time breast P A. McyAtL'tW:l tbe prosperity of our county.
fiH, I week and this week there will be works. Let us hope the democratsare Yours very truly R. A. Coif KLINO.
thousands of crates shipped. The TREASURE Ill wit
blind to heed the plea, FOR COUNTY -
y not too A-QO-U.T3: cSC OO.
and the Wm.: .. : !
Is heavy one, f
a very solicitation t> my .
crop and that great harmony may prevail At the request and We, the tax payers of the 3rd district, _
planters are expecting equaly heavy In 1004. Tinny friends. throughout; the County, I tarnestly desire the election of J. T.toell .

return. An East Coast man with lereby.announce myself as a. candidate the for tbe office of County Commie. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
Is We for the office of County Treasurer at d strict, subject to the ,
long face now an oddity. iloner for the 3rd
WITH dramatic suddenness King election July 15th, JUlI':!. r te 6"

all feel that the present future time is is Edward VII has been stricken down ming I hove$never primary, heretofore, sought: public July ictlon I HI,of 1902.the: It Democratic U hoped by Primary his many on Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
satisfactory, and the near Heies and If elected will nerve the peo. nominated
the eve of his coronation. >floe, ell-wishers that he will\ be
bright with happy prospects. upon in *. critical state at Buckingham pIe. Very truly JOHX yours' U. WYSX.I '<. at the coming Primary.: eTL ova 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Wilkinson palace The serious Illness of IRIS, forfurina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System
EX-SENATOK Call fail ting Edward and the necessity fora candidate for County -

ed to get on the official ballot, he dangerous surgical operation on Treasurer Intend at being the Democratic primary to I hereby announce myself as a candidate -
not having complied with the law the eve of his coronation will provea be held July tb. 19OJ.: 1 believe that for reelection as County Commissioner subject ADVOCATE
Fourth District
governing the primary. Senator) profound grief to the peoples of the qualifications required by the State 4ctlon for the of the Democratic primary, -
nominate county to -
Call has long ago outlived his day and history one Committee for voters to _'
give 1002.
k the earth may officers Is unfair and unjust to a large July lath ,4qJs
of usefulness, and he might as well of Its saddest pages. The sudden number of our best citizen, who vote Jo us C.JONES. _/ _,.

content himself to remain out of announcement of the postponement our county ticket. I am emphatically r

tbe race. He ought to knQw thatif of the coronation. Just on the eve 10 favor of the primary system, but I am At the request of friends, I hereby announce
the people really wanted him the utmost all the time for home ru/c. All voters myielfas a candidate for the of.
of the ceremonycaused of this stat. who the
the laws Commissioner
qualified by Ice of County
would search him out, and in. Brit.
they consternation throughout will pledge themselves to vote for our Fourth District subject to the decision
stet on bU candidacy but as they sb. empire and this consternation county ticket ihould be emitted to vote of the Democrat voters at their primary

have not done so, it is a fair pre. il reflected in the cablegrams received at the primary to nominate said ticket. July 15th IW'2.
wanted. If elected Treasurer, I Intend to be'reasurer a. I. KLOPP.
sumption that he is not from all parts of the world. belonging to no Institution, 1,

The postponement of the corona laving made no combinations and barIng -
will be celebrated death of the therefore, I haven WE the taxpayers of the Bth District w
The Fourth of July ion is a shock-the made no promises;
re-election of J. F.
in Tltusvtlle this year with ting would be a world-wide grief n8 to break.vote by Trusting all who; I believe will be I far.eretl'with am- earnestly Bell for the desire office the of County Commie is ; ,e rrs
a R
great pomp and splendor. The and a misfortune to civilization. qualified to Oil tbe office I remainyours loner. Mr. Bell has proved himself a < .

parachute Jump will be worth three truly, goad; honest, straightforward memberof j-

times the amount of that you will THIBT carloads of pineapples JOHX E:5RY.: the Board.In the lie pineapple has done section more for ofirevard V 4

spend and no one should miss the passed through Titusville on Wed. !good roads than any other Commissioner

excitement that this event will In- tesday-nearly all shipped from FOR FISH AND GAME WARDEN.I we have ever bad and It i.t hoped by his (.fQl4NiP/Vfi Ol .4Tf'y'e '!9I

eplre. It seems as if the impress points between Stuirt and Fort: hereby announce myself as A candidate many well-wishers that he. will be Dominated .

ion Has gotten abroad that the Pierce. Thousands of crates of for the petition of Fish and Game at the coming, primary.VOTERS..

balloon ascension and parachute pineapples also went northward Warden of Brevard county, and lollclt I
the coning -
of all Democrats at
tbe support
Jump are fakes but we wish to assure yesterday. primary. K. A. UABDKB.: : FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER.
that the contract
our I
II Kiut COM Canal I fully the rights of the
been signed I Recognizing
with the aeronaut I I II FOR PROSECUTING ,A TTOR. Y. farmers and producers to more consideration -
and the balloon is now here. You I Capt.James L.Colee. general surveyorf .. a oandl- at the bands of the Florida Railroad -
will miss the opportunity of your the Florida Coast Line Canal.\ Transtorutlon I beg to announce myself for the Commission I solicit the support
date for Prosecuting Attorney
lives if you fail to come to Titus Company has left St. Augur will of retard, at the coming Demo- of all Democrats who approve of the
he County
tine for Beaufort 8. C., whence Tuesday declaration of principles as set forth in All kinds of Commercial the '
ville on the 4th. In addition to recently ratio Primary to be held on Stationery printed at above office.
this feature there will be many tow the to new St.dredge Augustine for work on purshased the July 15, 1002: and hope to.receive.,the my rent platform.to any one by Copies addressing of my me platform at West LETTERHEADS.. NOTEHEADS ENVELOPES BILL EADS, SIIIPPING

? others, and tbe day can be spent anal between Ormond and the Ancient upport of my many friends.F. J. WMM Palm Beach, Fla.. li. IIUDKOS BURR. TAGS CARDS, etc., etc., printed cheaply and expedltlouslf.n .

in one continual round of pleasure City.


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West Palm Beach. I Eden. Melbourne. Rockledge-Cocoa. GEORG MARX. JOHN. MARX.3E31ESOS3..

I f* cYSheriff 1VI :R. f

Dr. N. S. Buroham was called, professionally Capt. C. F. Fischer of TUusvillo) wasa GOODR & QUODB..-R Ml Entat and Loans.A .. J. P. Brown was in Cocoa on .C .*
to Delray, on the IDth. pleasant caller In this place, last Monday
Rev. and M.... L.' F. Hlndry and the ttlolM lunuranna.), I'rovldenoe Special Washington attention', and paid Son to Fir tbe Wedding bells t Weddingbells t What M WHOLESALE GROCERSFruit

[babies left for Asbevllle N. C., on the Pineapples are moving more freely Intervals' of non-retldents. event thin melody foret4 U.. They. rung
Jlth, to remain until the early fall. although they have been gathered under hero t on Wednesday.

much difficulty, owing to rain and mos- for the and Produce Jobbers
Rev Dr.Falne U away on a. two weeks' rr Subscriptions ABVOCATK, A.R. Moore( was over from Merrltt;, on
Lest, visiting Jacksonville and Pablo quitoes. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Friday, on business and on isunday to

5jp,: ch. The Doctor Is an earnest worktr There will be no news but pineapple received at the Melbourne Postofflce. tbe chapel services at Kocklodge

and It la hoped that every day will be and mosquito news from now on, and it left'for Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
k pleasure to hlui, a8 he richly deserves will be just as well to put "ditto" under Frank Fee came up from Fort Pierce F. II. Warner Pelhom, Ga., on
the release from his busy life In West tbe Eden head for the next month how Thursday List, whore be expects: to attendto
; this week to visit his family.
'aim Beach. ever we will try to keep Eden to the fore. business In the line of blacksmithing WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. .
anti other
Chas. Stewart's family Is enjoying life work.
British ladle not to bo out-done There services In both churches
The were
In Daytona for a few weeks. O. It, Illbbs had sick horse last week. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
\\iy their male Britishers, have issued In- last Bawl ay, that were well attended In
i'Itatlon( I for all English born to join In a spite of the'weather Archdeacon B. F. Mr Bucking/ Is bringing In some fine F. II. Warner treated It. Too' much good Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season.
'cremation festivity, 'Thursday from two Brown officiated at St. Paul's church, white grapes from his place west of town. water when In a heated condition. The. ,

ofive p. m. A ICed White and Blue and Rov. F.: W. Weathetwax at the Con- Delightful; shower lately which was animal is about well again. I L'Wo solicit consignments of Fruit and Vegetables.

Tea will be given; in front of tIle Break- gregational church. much needed by vegetation on tho high T\ B. Gibbons received.a telegram Sunday .---.--- ..-.--- .- --, -_...._- _.__.._-.----..
r.i, on the East side. The arrangements Last all ladles lands.R. to come to Jacksonville to help atMr.
re being made by ladies fully competento Thursday afternoon our ]\ ;' Porcher's office In the handling/ of SCHOOL TRUSTEES' giving Information so often needed ly;
da. honor to King Edward, and a jolly were sean wooding their several way to W. and Claude Beau jean were tltfe the pineapples lIe left on the the after- teachers.! '-
Ime Is anticipated. our sister settlement Tibbals, to witness guests of Mr. and Mis. Uhas. Oslin oir noon train. The work of the Board the result of
the nuptials of Miss Susie Summers who Sunday. W'e. as Trustee, mot In plans' carriot[ out with a.
Arrangements are completed for quiten on that day married Mr. Fred Cook: of The two heavy rains[ we have had-one the 2nd lost., to prepare determination to do what was best
elaborate celebration the Brit- West Palm Beach. There but Rev Stewart-Martin of Merritt, was estimate of appropriations
among was one last week nnd the other Sunday afternoon right even In the face of some op-
ah subjects of our town on Coronation opinion concerning the weddloIt was the gueet of the McBride house Sunday -have revived the orange trees and special school tax district : /and we commend them -for an

lay Thursday June 27th. A banquetvill perfect In every detail and all agreed and'Monday. vegetation, and the atmosphere Is cooler Business sickness and cfliolont and Intelligent discharge:
be given in the evening at the Semi- that "our Susie" had made good! choice Mr. and Mrs Roy Shears, of Daytona, and purer than It was before. ed of remaining the trust committed to their care
lole hotel. W. I. Metcalf la chairman after seeing the groom, who I Is a fine, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. An opportunity was given( us GRO.: E. CHaSTEn
>f the evening and toast muster. A manly looking fellow and Is sure to this week. The congregation\ Sunday' morning at the method of work of tile S> n 1:0.: F DUKBN.:
nusioal program will be one of the fea- make a kind, thoughtful busbl ud. We Morgan the chapel was a good one, considering/ and the results obtained \ (]ICO. r' PAttnisoir.Trustees..
urea of the evening. King Edward has all wish them a' life full of happiness.We Attorney F. J. Webb, of TItusvllle, was the great heat and the distance some of vorably Impressed ourselves .
any loyal subjects In and about Dade In Melbourne the first of the week, the those who were there had to aome. The that report ur our obsorvl : AV. I.. HUGIII.KTT.
ounty. Long live the King! are having a dose of mosquitoesthat guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morgan. sermon was good, nnd the services wore of Interest to the tax payers : !
remind us of the early days on Indian Interesting and short. at large. -
Weddings seem to be the order of the River.Ve had nearly forgotten Dr. Goo. W. Holmes, of Sharpes was. I From! tho financial STATEMENT: or FIXAJfCKS. '

ay. Mr. Frederick W. Cook and Miss bow bad mosquitoes could be, but Ooewillkln In Melbourne on last Friday calling on r dianola.Fred It will be seen that the ,... ", ""... July Int.. inol. ..... ,..... tII,3a'tSt
Susan Summers were married at Tibbalsm *! they are awful. They are so friends and ho has n number of them over $3,0110 at the beginning of ..... ...... .iliirtng the year, *20-: ,Ot
the lUth, ahd' came to West Palm thick they push each other through the here In his sail boat. Ills boat was sunk at ministration has been ... 'l, 1TJ0l.ea '
each on the evening train They will' screens. They come down the chimneys the dock: and damaged some, though not t.'r70 saI2
and Boatd to less than .I. OO.
Mrs. C. 'r. McCarty sister Mrs.
>e at home to their friends In the Well- and stove pipes through the keyholes, of Ankona Mel- seriously lie got It op and was on his all the more remarkable when Ralnnne due June 3, 1'>O'J .... ... .fJ8..J
Mock passed through
ngton cottage. On the same day Mrs under the doors-any old place, and way home, by 10 o'clock Monday morning! ': .t rocvlpu r..rJu"lI ...t,70'JH4
bourne on Tuesday on their to that an almost entirely new ... .. ... .
way t. 'H for.1"" floi 6ft
I. C. Gurney and Mr. T. J. Campbell make life a burden. Such a. hunting as Jacksonville. The big building In which Richard books has been purchased for ; .xl' 1\100.89\
ere married at the Baptist\ parsonage, there has been for old mosquito bars and Jones and family domiciled at the juno nn unusual amount (f3,04M)) ,
lev. Sturgis: officiating. Congratulations smudge pots. Every door Is nailed up Joseph Williamson of Mlcco and Mr. tion depot received a twist In the storm new" buildings icpalrsand ; 1111.1. debt, But..July t, 1MU\ ............tl1:

re extended to each and all but one, and at that door a smudge pot Jorgensen of Grant were In town Mon Sunday evening, and Imitated the towerof $70l.: 7 paid for Interest on the .. .." July 1, innt. .. ...$6,531.31
Is kept burning and a good palmetto day, viewing a road between Melbourne' \ Pisa-some of the props having given /School terms and teaoheis' \ \ Kntli>ated debtJnty. 1, lIIO'J.. L3di1,71
brush lie. along side of It, and the guestIs and Tlllman. away. Jorum and family rushed to the boon Increased in some oases.
INTERESTING TO ASTHJIA SUPfFKEIiS. itsduotlonduringyear.... .... . ..'3OTl.tT
.-Daniel Bante, of Otterville welcomed by cries of, rush yourselfoff Capt. Alex. J. Goode returned home depot until the storm wo ovoi'. Another year will wipe out

Iowa, writes: "I have had asthma for good""and This"Don't Is bring In any but mos Is Tuesday after a.pleasant visit at Nep- Mrs. G. B. Boyett came down from and give us a surplus that will Saved from nn Awful Fate,
uiree or four years and have tried about I quitoes. no merry jest tune and at the home of lIon. C. '1'. Mime. last week, and on Saturday remov to dispense with the epoch a
the truth. We don't want more '*
ill the and asthma in the any McCarty at Ankona. lengthen our school terms and "Everybody said I had consumption, ,
cough cures ed Clarence, her sick Hon to her home
rain. Will the ADVOCATE kindly give brother\Valter'e the schools-we hope for the Mrs. A, M. /Hlilelds, of Chambers-,
have received fromhysicians
narket and and treatment this publicity for ever since the pink Dr. 1,. A. Peek Is busv these days putting at Mimi, from hi* home, pose Pa., "I was so low utter\' six. mouths
New York other
In cities where he lies been 111 for several wevks.
made known need of rain It In first class his office the '
our shape
paper the most Important severe sickness caused by hay fever
lut little benefit until I triedoley's ,
/got very It Is bopod the change will enable bon
bas poured and all this mosquito plague drug store also fixing his new home "
and Tar which up adopted wo notice an asthma, that few thought I could
Honey gave me is laid to its door. Anybody who can for himself and biide. to convalesce! more rapidly than he was "
Immediate relief, and 1 will never be doing here tem, for keeping a complete well but I learned of the marvelous
rlthout It in my house. I sincerely tec. produce a mosquito( lotion that Is effective Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Robertson left, the books In each school. \ of Dr. King's/ New" Discovery for
can get rich In a few days. I The storm last Sunday evening was to return tho books usod It nnd was complete- .
required ,
emend It to ail., Sold by Wilson & Son.OR last Tuesday for a few ,weeks vacation violent while It lasted there
; was heavy for thorn cured." For throat and I
to be spent In Cincinnati, with their term or pay They desperate
thunder and brilliant lightning And a quired to for any wanton dlsuaxos It Is the safest ogre In the
WARNING.-If have kidney or daughter Mrs. John Ferguson.E. pity
CUTS BURNS AND OPEN SORESuse you down of rain. No I
heavy pour particular books. The teachers are \ and infallible for coughs coldi l
bladder trouble and do not Foley's
Ilabcock's Liquid Sulphur at J. B. use P. Branch has a banking department damage was done, only In the whipping carry out this luloor they bronchial affections Guaranteed
I Screven's drug store Kidney Cure you will have only yourself In connection with his merchandise oft of a few and the blowing
blame for results It positively cures are reapunsi lltle. This not only floe\ and $1 l, Trial bottle free at
(o as buslneHS which will a great benefitto down of limbs leaves nod trash in the .
all forms of kidney and bladder diseases. prove enue but It Impresses care B. Soreven's drug store
this section of Brevard county groves, yard and lawns.
bility. Wear'o fitting tliono )
Jensen. Sold by B. R. Wilson &; Son.
The Society of Young Girl tinder the ple for life's duties. ('Waste A Fine Home For Sale.

Chronto bronchial troubles and summer guidance of Mrs.[ Harrison; and Bt. Marks log sin of humanity; husbandry -

JR. K. Rloou U building his new office White City.The coughs can be quickly relieved and cured Guild, had their meeting last Saturday wealth and Independence A model southern home, in South end
t on the end of his wharf. by Foley'! Honey and Tar. :Sold by B.K. June 21st. Each one, at their annual erty and 01 line, and lessens Brevnrd county, on the Indian River
Wilson & Son.Eau meeting, make a contribution according Not l"ls.\o\ fact more. the center of the pineapple belt. Nice
JR. E. Brand has just purchased a loco- election of officers for our Sunday to their number of birthdays, which gradation and course of study dwelling and out-bulidings. Ten

bile; the first In this vicinity, School will take place on Sunday fund goes to sustain the operation of a and regulations for the ( In fruiting pineapples) ; 40 orange

The mosquitoes have been worse theist Gallie. hospital, at Orlando, for children. the schools which has been lime and grapefruit trees-roost v
Mr. and Mrs. Dutton were the guests Each school at the clone of have fruit on them. Beautiful yards
few days than for many seasons. of }lr. and Mis. Lament on Sunday. The wedding of Mr. Lewis Sutton makes out a report showing flower garden. Will be sold at a

As we havn't the advantage of. a Point The pink of TItusvllle largely A heavy thunderstorm passed over Andrew and Miss Minnie Elizabeth\ of each scholar, and the page \ For fall particulars address t
"ace club, Items of Interesting news are I In evidence: paper wherever and this town on Sunday evening last but Hardee took place at the residence of whore the study closed. '.O.
go up
the bulde's and
lard to, find. parents Mr Mrs. Card deal of time In Tltasvllle
down the East: Coast. no damage reported.A great Care ADVOCATE:, \ Fla.
t nor: liardee of Rockledge Wednesday, schools at the beginning of :.
Dtrs. E. J. RIcou and children left, last Mr. Lockhart and family ,of North very heavy shower with vivid lightning June 25th, at noon. The ceremony' was the' new teacher Is furnished

eek for Alabama, where they will. Bradley Pennsylvania, arrived here last and heavy thunder passed over Eau performed by Arohdeaoon U. F. Brown of this report and knows IIIAL: ESTATE FOIL SAL:.
peed the summer. Thursday and have purchased the farmof Gallle on Tuesday last of 'J'II uavllle. Tbe brldul party left on to place each scholar. -

We undarstand that the Al Fresco hoi Mr. Kruse in the extreme south end The schooner Nltniod Is on Hodgson's/. the one" o'clock train for Atlanta and We particularly commend !' A* Administrator of the Estate of

i has been Bold, and will be under new of the colony. They have three childrenof ways, being calked. The vessel will/ Chattanooga It was a home wedding, Hoard' /generally and the '' Treutler, deceased. We offer at
unagement next week five year! and younger.Mrs. leave shortly for Biscayne Bay. only the relations both parties being enpeclnlly for close attention ( ,'Ivate vale the follovklnir described Real

1 Jensen Is a busy place these days. The A. Christensen gave a reception Invited to witness the ceremony. These tells. of economy. As a result tl\le, belonging to said Estate:
The launch Rover Is having her machinery young people ore. among the most promInent notice
Itel lit crowded, and an extra force baa In honor of Mrs. Oleson of Jacksonville taken out and shipped. The of the society of Itockledge'a.dCocos. : No. 1. Bold.
ten put on at the rail way station last \Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.' work ls bolng done In Hodgson's yard' They have the bout wishes of Rov.liottril Valkarlaantl. nieolliiK" r..Rwtklndice luoacl to nun prop. ilujr. : < No. 2. All of S* of NEJ, Section 21,

IT. W. Anderson arrived homo Sunday Olesen are on' a brief visit to Mrs. 0. all for their happiness and prosperity In Krtta Printline n' uilnutvi ,. .. ) 27 !;South Itnnge( 117 East, cov-
parents Mr. and Mrs J. P. Chilstensen. Mr Cragln completed chimney contract life.I : toper cent' rU'Mior.Ion on hook ..oh,, d with .. lying In said Eau Oallle
fcht, from /&: <*ale, AI" ., whole he spencI They returned, to their home In Jacksonville In Ran: Uallie on Tuesday last and Interest saved l"v rniliicitlon. mo per Hereven'n: ( water Uallle
and Eau Hay containing
abort vacation, Mrs, Anderson and last. Monday.The left for West Palm Beach the same day. -'-- Collection, rur Iiouk.sadsupphos.| \
jby Jerome, remaining there for tbe No good health union the kidneys are .. :illl\ acres more or Ie*,..
ilance of the summer. readers of the ADVOCATE will\ remember The steamer Spartan will soon resume sound. Foley's Kidney Cnre makes the A grwnd Total. totalol t.5 15 23:! and: .. :: : II No 8. Hold.
mention being made of Mr. her run on Indian River Delay In receiving kidneys right. Hold by Wilson &!: Sun all. It Is this clone attention No. 4. That portion of 8 W*t Section

I TEN TEARS:\ IN BED.-[R. A. Gray, Poppell's seedling peach trees which a wheel Is the stoppage at present that makes the successful I Township 37 Mouth. li.ioge' h J7 East.

iikvllle, Ind., writes) 'For ten year. I were in bloom in less than one year from IN MEMORIUM. In any line, and the people at a point 87<> feet West from
{is confined to my bed with disease the seed. These trees are now from 10 One hundred and fifty-nine barrels of County are most fortunate In corner post on 4 4 Section line
ly kidneys. It was so, severe that I to 12: feet high, and are bearing some delicious fresh flub was shipped from Grant a man whose long expeilence aforesaid and )0) feet Mouth of said X
>uld not move part of the time. I cue free-stone fruit. : station on the East Coast Line south of tin the .Ieeth.' Mr. John It. Tagnt, at His him for these duties., i & line for.a mulling\ .point, thence
lied the best medical skill avalla- Uallle Jaek.nnvH3.. of I Mouth\ 43: feet thence East 100( feet,
very When people say that this or that is a Eau on Tuesday last\ .s The shape our county

fte, but could !get no relief until Foley's failure they should be prepared to prove C. J. Young has purchased a bicyclefor There died In this city on Saturday trlbutlnnot Its people cannot Mouth line thence 4.10: ( feel North, thence lift: ft,West thence to
pdney! Cure was recommended to me. what they say. Some declare that bees tbe Misses Minnie and Mable Young morning June 11th a man well known meat flf our public school y
less 100
717 feet more or tow point
i has been a Godsend to me. Sold by In this but volve certain questions and
are not a success locality and dear to the hearts of his friends-*
and the little ones are taking great pleasure of of
: I Wee of !Southwest: corner plat
K. Wilson & Son. which afford ground for ( ,
p. anyone visiting tbe apiary of Mr. Dutton out of the handsome present man whose death came with a keen and thence Honth/ 1M> feet, thence
1 will be convinced that they are a success. distinctive sense of personal loss to every Intelligent differences of
sid of V. K.
CANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cure Mr. Dutton' bees did not do very The Rev. Stewart Martin of Merrltt one who knew him. The law of his life example, the pro rata 750 feet to West C. I
well the for tbe was tbe guest of J. E. M. Hodgson/ last school funds would seem to way right of-way, thence North on
Prickly Heat in one application at J. past two years, simply wo love, and It was the great overflowIng aide of F. E, C. Railway right-of-
It. !Soreven's drug store. reason that he did not attend to them Thursday. 'The reverend gentleman left heart of the man, beating tender. just method yet such an be-
IX) feet thence East to point of
This year be Is attending/ them and for Canaveral on Friday\ morning. ec nympathv and *weet4't kindness, thnt In certain owes Is obviously railroad

the bees are doing well, and making a Mr. and Mr. W. J. Nenbitt left for carried bU own valiant,Joyqu being Into ble. The consolidation of : ftal'l excepting land. Containing right-of-way about 20

Fort Pierce. fine grade of honey, a jar of which your Fort Pierce till* week where" they will so many homts and lives. signed. to fffeot the greatest Including the County road. This
number while the
correspondent was the fortunate recipient the There -were In him too, all the elements greatest ; I
reside for future, ltavingopened a certain hall a young grove of fiX/ or COO
of.WAS. above-named which [go: to make up the truly complished,
branch business the
artesian well
at on It and an eta.
S. sulfMr hardship by It. I ,
) Bell returned from New Smyrna: point. good and manly mta.; It Impossible ble
i Monday, to associate hint with death, lie was There In chance for two No n. Begin at Southeast corner ef
WASTING A W A Y.-The followIng -' Capt. R. P. Paddlson of Point Cas- life In its happiest expression. Ills presence to the ndvalUblllty of the now, or formerly owned by J. L. ITar
Ve bad some nice rain lately, which letter from Robert R. Watts of ba- well N. C., was the guest hf O. F. Pad was sunshine, and his companionship teacher. or" supervising I on, thence run Mouth across Elbow
lie badly needed in tbe pineapple dlalut. <' lam Mol* Instructive: "I have been dlson the first of the week. Captain delight.We argument of the tile nIl..* of eek to North boundary of land> belong

troubled with kidney disease for tho last Paddison received a hearty welcome are taught and believe "that be. seem sound, soil the tn Win. Treutler thence Kant along
osqultoes have been quite lively of five. year I lost flesh and never felt from his many friends. In Eau Oallle. yond thtruggle[: and dUappolntment meut of our State Hem.Ion line which In. the North bound;

e. preventing their bills, with great well doctored with leadiug'physiciansand of ties there U an eternity whose higher School. a ulartty tried all remedies suggested without Many of Eau Oallie' citizen will possibilities give assurance of calmer mid yet u., tmsn'. opinion of Klbow creek, thence West along bank
relief. Finally tried Folev' Kidney spend the 4th of July In TUusvillo. 'be creek of beginning
Mr. Neiman held services In the )Iethilt will hours and sweeter rllSt." No one can ooucluHlve. prso'ical said to point being/
than bottles where one of the great attraction
Cure and less two completely !
an Innovation must deurmlno. Section :21,1ownsblp27 Booth Range
doubt that departed I I.
and there
church last our
Sunday morning cured and I sound and be the ascension of the Immense balloon
now covered
me, am where and Because U Is an innovation I EN"'". 1'bl.lan.ll. with the
lenlog to large congregations well. Sold by B. R. Wilson A Son. I and tbe parachute jump by tbe renowned loin we him earnestly once again. reverently hopeto meat agslnHtlt. There In, .I of ilia creek ,

I:Mrs. R. D. Holmes left, last week for Prof. DeComo for the
Those of u* who knew him best will excuse No. 0. gold.!;
(baatlan. From there she Intend gjto miss hi* kindly greeting and sign for his traveling teacher relieve the No. 7. Commence about 0 cbnlo 85

; Fort Drum for a abort visit. Stuart.The On the first Indication of kidney trouble companionable presence, which alas U tendent any degree of \ Went from Northeast corner of 4

Everyone Is cordially Invited to come stop It by taking Foley Kidney Cure., gone: out from the presence of men for duties which belong to Ms '( :2O, on Section line between Sea!:
Id I spend tbe 4th of July with as. A Sold by B. R. Wilson A !Son.: a supposition would b.. a 17 and 2O, run West 0chain. 1.1: link,
and programme ha been gotten upr mosquitoes are very bad; worse ever.And BO we who had loved him In. life Imputation of motives and \ / South 10 chain 64 lluks, tbence
the occasion. than they have been for years. journeyed with him to hilt last resting\ disregard of facU. UO degrees 80 seconds. East chain

I service The Indian River and Lake Worth CHEAP EXCURSION.To place where we left him sleeping beneath !Success: or failure may Eau Oallle River th.nce follow the
There will be Episcopal on mail it
wilderness of flowers. ness, depend simply
Pineapple Growers' Association have a a of Eau: Gallle River In an Easterly
June 21) at bt. Andrewe church, In which It
today ornlng, and evening, Archdeacon B. man here to superintend the loading of Atlanta nod Mason, aa, on July 3rd. J' J. C. 1\fJlIllttItSGALJ: ( : how manner Important that school was to a point due South from place
Jacksonville, Jane 100:1.: tbence north to of
Brown will officiate. All. are cordial their pines. ,4 ills O.orrl" Southern A Florida 7. begin right oo the opening beginning, point
\ containing 0 acres, more or
I invited. The pineapple crop I II now being shipped The Georgia: Southern A Florida Hallway book and needed supplies on : the
known Kltchell
During the summer kidney Irregularities !- *, and a* place.)
rapidly at the rate of from two to will run a nice tip-to-date excursionon competent assignment' of
Improvements are going on daily builtd alits six car load a day. The bulk of the July 3rd, to Atlanta and Macon Ga. are often causes by excessive drinkIng work, from record kept of the No 8. NKkf: of Section! 28, Township
place and houses are being overheated. Attend to tbe
commission from Palatka or befog advaoied! actual South, flange :37 East containing 1GO
this fruit i Is going west, western Tbe round trip rate to Atlanta or by test that
the new store opened. Some say men having bought,a good many crop, will bo *:!, and to Macon'. Special kidney at once by using' Foley's Kidney I I. bred la the mind of all lep. railroad rljlh( t-of.way. .
I the East Coast
most lively on Cure. Hold B. K. Wilson Jk Son.
1 Florida, town which have mfMtlllOld at '1.6. per crate trains of elegant coaches will leave by that this school opening No. 9. NWJ-i. of Section ITo"nlblp|

for tbe whole every first- Palatka at '7 a. m., arriving at Macon at Hence, we confidently bell", .Sooth, hangs 37 East, containing 100
class commUsion house In the north ha 5:1p.: n., and at Atlanta at 0 p. m. A FEW APPLICATIONS Hancock's supervising teacher I.I to pay n ., less railroad rightofway.No. .

Virulent Cancer Cured. a buyer here. Mr. C. McUuIlan, representing Ticket will be good returning on any Liquid Sulphur will\ cure any ce of mous Interest on tbe money 10. OO-lOdlncres: ( Ins* railroad

Startling proof of a wonderful advance Chase & blarney, of Miami has regular passenger train oo or before JulyS Ground l itch, at J. B. Kcreveu'. him. When young and ln -wav, being) part of Lot 1 sndjof%

I medicine I is given by druggist O. \\'. bought several crops. Tbe apple are 1902.. teachers are assailed by / of NW i, Mention 5, Township' 27

berte. of Elizabeth. Va. An olda running 2Vs. 20'*. :.IS'I and 34"*; very Competent passenger official* will accompany Young Orange Grove for Kale patrons and charged with Range a71.J a.t. known a* J. L*
| there had long suffered with what few smaller than SO1*. the excursionist to see to their ; his expert service will be place.

od doctors pronounced incurable can- comfort. Many people from this section only to the patron, but to No. 11. Lot ITJand 19, block 4 Towa
of the State will take advantage of these In the south of Brevard ,
They believed hi* case hopeless till In India. ; part county ----- Eau Oallle.
used Electric Bitter and applied Filthy Temple very low rate In order to visit relative abutting the Florida East Coast Railway, '
Time In Old '
cklen'a* Arnica Salve which treatment Sacred cow often defile Indian tern and friend In the Georgia cities.. If a 2-year old !grove, consisting of OOij} ) tree 1I1t1)11) No. 12. Lot 1, block 4, Town of Kaa

knpletely cared him. When Electricten pie, but worse yet i* a body that' polluted more complete Information I.I desired In rst-class 'ondltlon-aOO orange, 100 "We felt very happy," : .. Quit clalcn'deedforlhis only-
are used tb expel bilious, kidney by constipation. Don't permit It. relative to this excursion: same can be grapefruit, I'M tangerine orange and 100 Bev111Old'Town! Va., "when under Tax Title.
il microbe poison at: the same time Cleanse :your system with Dr King'/ bad by communicating with any agentof knm1uatL Located In Sec ft, Tp. 34, R. Arnica Halve wholly cured) I For price |and terms address,
|It salver exert its matchless healing New Life Fill and avoid untold misery. the G. S. A F. Railway; Harry' Burn, want a nice young grove, this of a bad case of scald bead" I J1; A. MORGANIan IjW. a. JONES,

r er, blood disease, akin eruptions They give lively' liver, active bowel, Florida Passenger. Agent, at Jacksonville will salt you. Price for next 60 days, all who use It for cute, corn Administrator of the Estate ofjd V m.
era and sores vanish. Bitten 50 cts. ; good digestion fine appetite. Only 25e! ,or C. B. Rhode, General Passenger f3.SOU.OQ. C.,T. MtC'ABTT barn, bolls, ulcer, eruption I Treatlerdeceased./! : ,

lv.25c, at J, B. Screven's. at J. B. Hcreven'* drug store Agent, Macon, Ga. .. ADlrolla PIa. tie for pile*. Only 25c at J. U. Tltasvllle, Jo'lorida.EAST .



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: Ilnr experloncex. he turned his dory is PAXADISS REGAINED"
} .
r upffldo clown and with the aid of the &iI &ati

Ii sail and his oilskins, mode himself 8 ./. My.\\\\
.' tolerably comfortable) resting place for .N

I.1I bad been asleep, as be

Ii.1Ii Fruit. Judges, some three or four hours) when

11 I he was suddenly) awakened: by an Icy LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8, 1902.

4 Ii IIi; t It3qualityinfluences cold stream of water -trickling under *yJRFe17r .
him and running up his trousers leg SOUTH )a.READ DOWN. NORTHDOUNDREAD UP.
i q the selling price.Profitable .
Scnrcely had he regained 1 his senses '
d1i No. 39 No. 36
fi fruit when this forerunner of Jhe deluge y D&lly l>&l1y MAIN. LINE. \ DailylDalyl: 21
insured followed by onrush ot //a/ _
,1 M growing only wall a mighty liii r

when enough actualPotash water that took him his boat and e?- q+ .a CyrI t IS 00 p,110 t8a Lv...........)..........Jacl"'onvlll........ .............Ar 7 00 I' a lOa y
crytblng elMo In 'Its I IS08p1IHII&J..V..s".Ja.olt""n"Ule.! ........... .. ....Lv e6' I' aUa "sS
way. pounding/ up; .. Q0 p ii POa' .................t..St. AuJ'U.t1...................:.... 1180p 7 4oe !
'I the bench., Such was the force of the 1vn td', 043p13O I' .. .......... ...... Hnat/nee .. ,. .. 614p 7ost 4a
ff ware that a heavy piece of drlftwobt tl EJ 7 00 p lalSp ....... "" .............:EaatPolatta: :....................... 4 8 p e GOa r4
83p13I1.I. .........1"........,:........ Neoll& .........................., 4 !1p 017a 0
was burled against McVnne's head a4" '5" 1 ... ............... .Buonell........._................ .t 8 05aw E
G i with milUelent( ] force to render him utitcoiiKclous f I' 1 Lap :..................-...:: )' ............... a oip., s ISII.. f
is in the 9V
fertilizer. f3 P 1toV.. .........................Ornrond..y.., ............... 1131' IS 8Ja ry
for a few seconds ..... .. ... .. Slip seas.
r Neither quantity nor When be recovered, he was lying F a e 801'30I' 1831' .... ............ .....: ..D..yrn"n..C...(.......:..::....... a oal' a i./s. 4 f"a
I good quality possible 8001' lOll' ........................New Smyrims........... ............ 8 471" 4 53s'. a
I high: and dry oil the beach but he bat % ra .. ., .. ............... .Oak Hilll. ...................... S 84p. .... :' ;0
: without Potash. a torrlble choking;: sensation and hIs r w! .. ..... 351p :......... .. .. .....7ltusvllls.......................:: 4)p....... ;sW 8
r ; ....... ....................... 'Cocoa .................V..... I Up ...... m'
,: I Write for our/,.,. ,)(Ilea neck: and thront felt as though clasped .3 .... 4Olp :........................Rockledge........................ lOp ....... >8D
,,' f giving detail. In n vise. Clutching$ with his hand he < ....... .... .................E..u. G&1l1e........................ 11 '01' ...... :(
r t- !i= .. ... 1330 .........................lIIel bourn........................... 111 Bap....... .. gy j
/ GERMAN KALI WORKS.JiuMU grnsped the bard cold shell of a mon v. 0 .... .. SUp .........................f4eb..tlan .................. .. ... U roll. .......
I p5 8k,Now York City.Accented ster lobster He seized the claw that JoII'I ....,.. a 08p ..........................8t. Luole.......................... 1100. ....... /)i'8;
I !::: ....... e BOp. ............ ..... ..I'.or. Pierce....................... It OOa....... C;
I I gripped his throat and tried to break ....... .............:.......... ........................ ]aloe....... .S 'kV
Its hold but the sturdy fisherman bad >. Tri-Wcckly Sailings ..... ..... ....... _..... .. ..Tlbh..I.. ..'. ...... .. ....108:1.: .. .. .... J:
{ V ...... SmSp ............... ......... Eden........................... 10 e8. ....... !:.i?
i'' Free and been weakened by the blow on the ...... .a8p! ...............:.........::.J..o."n............................III ilia ..... 60 It
bead and the Immersion in the Icy wa BETWEEN and 'NEW YORK. : ... .. ...........................8tl1.r..I) If..a .... Ii
I i Masons. JAGKSONVILLE Is ...-... .......................}!...p. 8nund.:'. .. ................ esta....... cliO
j ter. The ,giant crustaccad clung with ....... ..aoP...............1.... .WeetJuplter .... ............... g U.. ... .. J'r
all the tenacity of Its nature and the Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .pt ...... ....................WaetFslmBeaeb..................... a 68.......... t toJ.p
...... au I> .. .................. Boynton ........ ....... .......... a 83& ...... .
I strength Its unusual size gave It ..... 933p.......................Ft.Lauder... ..................... 7 81>. ....... c
Indian NO. 00' McVune rolled over on to his stomach The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service .....;.10211'. .....................Lemol1 City........................ 611... ....... p
and pinned the lobster under him. ..... O30pM'. .......................MI.ml.. ........... .... .... .. .. v. SIGs ......

1 River Tltusville"Loilffe. Then he tried to force BUFFET CARS ON TRAIN AND 7&
4f once more the PARIXJR 85
\ The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
l i cruel jaws apart; 'but though be move -r-
yi rP \ Florida Direct bervlce Between BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.
ed them slightly he was yet too weak:
r Holrln it. uientinir.il the xaonnd and' fourth Frl
) to do anything more. For fully five Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
li day of each month, a'a the late Armory, Tltuwllle *- :
at7in'ol.H-k:] | p. in.S. minutes the fisherman and the lobster Dally.l No. 68 Ne. 53 No.49Daly No.4 7 PAZ.ATKA.BKANCil No. 48 No. 48 No. 80Dally No. 54 No. 88Dally

.L.R.Carrutliern Walker, Worshipful Senior Warden.Mnater..T. struggled one to release himself! the (Calling at Charleston S. O., both ways) Dally Dally : Daily Dally Dally Dally
7 30 3TplI! <5CO a 8 28 a |Lr Palatka Ar 6 XO 7 13 a 111 13 tS t6
{ it 'r. H. rtaud r+, .Junior Warden. BEAU-WEEKLY; BAILINGS p JfBp | p p
1 J.M. Dixon, Tr amiror.V. other tot maintain Its hold. "Iputhbcmnd.......... ... ..>. ..;. .. ... .. ... .. ...... ... .. .from I-ewls Wharf, Boston I 7 M p p 4_ p |M CB p 6 45 a Ur E.Paiatka Lv 600 a 8 _ivia| 83 p 808 p 1 03 pNo.
A. Morgan, Secretary Perhaps the weight of the man'Ibol11' Wtblxmnd................ ...... .... ........ ....from foot at Catherine Btreet Jacksonville .
JT.A. II Hiflien, Senior n.J. was too much for the lobster or 57Dolly No. BAN MATEO BRANCH I No.40 No. 88Dally
.11. Rnraven, Duaoon.K Dally167l Dally

B. Mlinn, Jr., .Junior Deacon.Steward.V. perhaps It repented of its midnight Clyde St. Johns River ,Line.DeBary ft 10ft a v............. ...........Ease Palatka...,.... ..... ..... ........Ar 6 55 a / 4 p
t H..O.M.Yanlnnd Taylor, Junior nithnm.Steward.P. Huuior.i assault' for It suddenly relaxed Its 80 a l Ar. ...... ..... ...... ... San Mateo ....... . .. .... ...JLv fl 31 a 8JOp_ _
strangling grip. and In a second Me- I.lne.
.W. Robert*. Tyler. ( ) NoT24Sntiir'y
I Vane had released himself and seized BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. / Bat r'y No. 21 I No.Dally 19 No. 17 No. BDal.y MA.YPORT: No.> ''yExbuu 6l No. 18Daily No. 20 No. 22
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I the lobster Just beck of the bend and Stopping Palatka Astor, St, Francis, lieroitford(DeLand), Blue Spring and intermediate land-, & Bull.only.. Dally Ea Daily BRANCH Dally j DallSun.only.i .

Fight + .i..n' the base of the claws the safe grip ingsonth.tlt.Johu'.ltaver.STEAMER (9 p s to p 83 p a oo p e Ao) a JaokflonvtlJe A. T vu a, 8 *O aK 1 0) p e 0 p 8 p
"' a fishermiin knows so well. The exhausted "1>OU1S 13. Capt. C. II. BROCK. tea p 16ap } 630 88 a BJackson'llo 662aI 82 a UB3 p S08p Slap
Crus'cllceanJi'th Long Islander managed to IS APPOINTED TO BAIL A* FOLtOWS! ,o83p 7240 300 !0 10 a Pno o Beach S2(1.( 800 a 880 ( 8 43p885p
Nc xrly Leave Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville .. ....... .... ... .. Tue8J.tyOl and Saturdays at 6BJ:) p.m.eave ,9 SB p 88 p 6 81 p 8 46 p 10 15 a Atlantic Moll o 13 a 1 M a 13 19 p109m iiUi
,'' the huge crustacean to high 0NP Hp 660p 100plO80s Ar Mayport Lv Sees T4na 10 8
i carry Sanlord.. .. .. .... .... .... .. .. .. ..... .. . .. ... ... JUullda'ITbur..y.'c.OO..ID.. + i p 80 p
I ; V. b St:' n 41edI ground and fortunately found a deep : Dixie Flyer Route Sleeping Car operated on train ft and.33.

1 v. A MarineFisherman smooth hollow In the ledge the slimy Cen't Passenger and Ticket Office 204 Vi!. Bay St.,Jacksonville.A. .

.('Lobster! : sides of which afforded no hold for the* .O. HAOEKFV Kasfn. Pass. Agt., F.M.iRONMONOERJim.MetOso.Pss..Agt.: : No. 11 I 8(UVTFOHT I No. 12 II No. 3 No. 1Daily OKANOBJ CITYBKANGH I 1 No. 2Daily No. 4Daily
j prisoner's claws and thus kept it safely la State St., New Yolk f 204 West Hay St.,JaoluoariUe, Fla. Daily .SitVNOH Dally || Dally

until daybreak. McVane then whittledout THOa. D.* HALEY, Local FrerghtAgent. I O. P.. LOVhil.h. Amt. Fla. Sup*.. '10 y 'i'ituavilla..A 20 p J 08 pilOI| ..'' v..N. Binv n.......Ar T8p Op
Fla. Fla
foot HoKiinSt .Jacksonville, Foot Hogan /aeluooTille,
!i A tinttlo with glantlob- Lv..Minis.Lv ,
midnight a T 18 01p .Upl121.I.v..r..k.Sp'.n..Lv' le
1' tOp
wooden plugs which he drove In JOHN. U HUWAKO.ttuperlnumdeut: Foot Hogantlt..lauk.oudheFla.THEO. : .
I 8 M .1 Lv..0.r."n..LvU6:1.I : II 4 09 p.ll 89 a Lv..Oranft Clly..Lvi M
i with claws and p P
ater armed powerful O. r.OKIl, Oeneral Maiumer.VM.f: OL.VOK at cO.: Ueoen1..tgenta. 10
'''WorkE'll1)).> to good Uglitfng ':'trimvns the: point of the, big claws
theIr: Jaws and rendering them powerless II. 'V.t LTON. Tltusville "Ia.SEABO .
Agent, :
ought: by Charles &lcVnne flsherruan .
TheM Time TablM choir the time at whl train mar be "peate" to _.rlvo anddoparl
9 \ Land resident of Long Islnnd. four miles from the neveral elation, bat their arrival. or departure. at the tlinai atated U not fruaranteed..
lIe found his dory beached high and nor does the Company hold Itaelf, responsible for any delay or any consequence arfllng tbere-
(rom Portland Me. In Cnooo bay. from. _
Mr. JlcVnne had been fishing nil day dry and as soon as he had washed U : I>

f .ut with Indifferent success und had decld.r out and dragged It to the water he .i Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.

r I *ed to pull up and start for shore so be started for home with his prize, the
J ,f tloosened the soil of hi* sixteen foot dory latter minus one leg and a feeler, which AIR LINE RAILWAY. :BETWEEN MIAMA. KEY WEST AND ZTAVAITA.BOUTHBOUBTD. .

; the had been broken off In the struggle of NORTHBOUND.Lv. .
L rind with a freshening breeze from

jj eastward behind him. came bowling In the night. Route. Mlama, Mon\ Wrrta..I08p Lv. Havana.. Tpe.,Thurs .................10 Ma
I' I ., from the cod! lell f'II. As be- neared McVane took the lobster to Portlandand Capital City Ar. Key We tTne. Thurs.......,.......11 80 pAr. Key WestTue..Thur*................ a BOp
...... ....... .
.. 80 Lv.
turned lv. Key West .Tue. Thur 7 p Key West.Tue. Thur.T 7 09
to Taxidermist JohnA. p
,ill,t,1 Ham ).lnn<1. which (a a barren strip of : Lord who over has Just finished mount The Shortest Route. Ar. Havana, Wfrt'". ]1'.1................ ... 5
land with bold, rocky shores and en- For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent
feet The Best Line.
ing It. Thin monster measures 4
i I ilrrly devoid of trees, be i- Jtcd a large
: ., ; IVj Inches from the tin end of Its tall :J. D. HAITNER. Asst. G n. Faas. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
Only line with Double Dally Service: Including j j-ktndays to <
V to the! tip' of the IlJu.st! claw and It I
weighed twenty-seven' one-quater I
il ,
"" '-"'"'- 'w''''::;:''' -- -;-- -

; :rf'iJ' ,, ItA Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets. .'he Florida and Metropolitan Limited, a sulld *restibuled train, St. Augustine and FOR.

All, ilrufrjl rs refund the money If It falls Jacksonville to New ,Turk coimlatluKof Dining, Compartment, Composite, a. hmond BaltimorePhiladelphia
,I : ""Ihl oouie.; iV:! Grove's signature Is on Observation and Drawing! Room :Sleeping: Cars.. Washington
each box i":>oto. Boston Atlanta
: A Only line orSojatlnK; dally through: Pullman Car Service .Jacksonville to.New Orleans Asheville Chattanooga Louisville
i i For sleeper leservutloua and further information write .
Cincinnati Ct. Louis Kansas CitxPittcburtf
A It muft/ le plim-d to the credit ofPllttl'II A. O. MAcDOXELL, As>t. Gen. 1'aag. Agt., i. Jacksonville, Florida.J. Detroit Cleveland I

111,1 !)]], Sc J., which refused all outside M. BAKR, R. E. L. BUNCH Chicago etc. ,,
I ;, I. V. 1'. O. M., tien. Puss. Agt.
'! nlllll'tf'r hrr !recent ..destructiveHr
"-s ami flood, thnt she" one" of the :
1 1I tC .
II t l t "w ______ no .
r I rut pluc 'H in the country to mine a SheSejiEr

I'MM'' 41 subscription .In aid or the Martinique I' Dixie ''Flyer Route .
WI' I, f r volcano! HiilTerers. \Vlmtever' else may

I '.1 I"Ii'I ,' bl' sold iili.iut: this Now Jersey city It NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA, A ST. LOUIS RAILWAY, anda RAILWAYROUTE I

:'ff'J; ,(, I cnmint.hi, i-liiirfctl\ 1 that It Is wanting WESTERN:: A ATLANTIC RAILROAD,

/:/I Iy1 pluck enterprise! or generosity. ? r route of the-' '
Some Paris papers very pertinently and
r ( : : ;F cull attention to the fact that Mar DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING: OARS. .. The Southern's Palm' Limited
I \
'.dl. { tinique Is n .French not an American The Chicago and Florida Limited Is quickest train from St. Augustine and "

< ? r colony and roundly criticise their gov. Jacksonville.' The WashinJton Richmond' and

1 I'' ::1 i r 4f '' (rnment for the comparatively email Chattanooga Naahvllle, Louisville, St. Louis and Chicago with Pullman's Florida Limited

<+ ; mensurp of assistance that has been finest Observation anti Drawing Room Sleepers, Pining; cars etc., through without
1 change. the fn-noiis I Dixie Pl.ier all the year round sleeker via. .Atlanta and The New YorK and Florida txpressM
sent from Trance for the' aid of the
; : Martin through to St.: Louis, without change.i, .
r ,"r volcano sufferers. i TO THE EAST.
I Fur Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to...

: ,\ '"I! General i.Leonard Wood now has E. J. WALKEIt, Fla. PAM. Agt Jacksonville, Fla. The Chicago and Florida, Special

I, \ .''I O. E. HARM AN Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Trufllo Manager.
open dates for-any other Jobs of padleutlon Atlanta, Ga. Nafhville, Tenn.pLANT The Florida Limited

: thiH\ may julrevthe services
''II '
; pf> n n expert: The Haitian patriots TO THE NOXTH AND WeST.

I j'lI' might\ and It to their advantage to

!I\:\ f communicate with him. R SYSTEM. Pullman Sleeping: Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati via

Asheville through "The Land of the "
Idiot rocks the boat has
I It Who trains via The
>. Through Southern Railway are operated In
t flock of HPII duck bu<1 lc'd together In made< his appearance nguln It Is to
connection with the Plant and
The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: System Florida East Coast Railway
t 3l4 -one f of the tiny coves! that run up Into be regretted that the fool killer could Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars all
t i the shores of the Island. McVnne Is nnentbuslastlc To' the East via all rail. The Atlantlo Coast Line, via Charleston' Richmond on through
not have done trains.
f a more energetic
{ sportsman ns well as fisherman Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbiaand
and seldom starts out In his work before the opening of the rowing Washington. Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.H. .

J, boat unless his gun Is with him. On BOOnb1. To' the West The Southern R') via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattaaoogo./ The LA:

\ tills particular/ dny the raw, penetrat N'vla Montgomery.\ The Southern IVy via Savannah, Columbiaand
I lUG easterly wind soon blew up' a rptigh The next great event In the life ofFing Asheville. The M A 0 Il'y via Montgomery.( F. CAREY, Fla. P*.. Act, 108 V. Bar St., JickaonviOe. FU.

t emus! son, and every muiueut seemed top Alfonso( will occur when the To the East via Steamship VU Savannah: and Ocean S S Co., for New York, S. H. HARDWICK. V. H. TAYLOE
bring the threatening rain nearer. fussy old ministers of state decide. on Philadelphia and BoHton. Savannah and Merchants A Miners

Nothing' daunted McViuip: who. Ilka the girl they want him to marry Transportation Company for Baltimore General. Paieenget Agent A.', Geal! P... Agent

i ui moat of the Inhabitants of this coast. 1 U To Key Went and Havann via Port Tampa and Peninsular; Occidental Steamships Washington D. C. Atlanta Ga.

Inured to hardships of weather kept John W. Gates to ba10lt 1'0 Nova Scotia I Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island, via Boston and Canada, .. ,
appears ,
Jmn 15. .90
and Charlottestown.
line for Halifax
and Hawkesbury
oil his course for Ham Island. The I Ialgllt his 1 ) Atlantic) Plant SteamshIp
to con\ strike bet. Uowever.
(!T i of the Uucks hail aroused bill *MBB3B388BBnP3ffffli7TCiiisMim.THE .
I he Is rich and enjoys the TODD: ISiTS TXOB.ETSwltl : :
JI mporUng, Instincts and made him forget ) game ST1V1C112: : :Ii -

'I'' l ,the clipprfnl firi'place of Ills own cot .-- -- --. be on sale\ throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States to
aU FLORIDA( RESORTS, via the Plant System, during the season of 1901-1003() Hm- WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
I' i// tng9. To .uinke) a lone story short hoprut
; i ''< nu hour or eo muong the wary S;;;: w Ited to return until May 31st, with liberal atop-over prlvlledgos Florida. ,
,I 'dm-It. Addresses of parties In the north sent to( the undersigned; will be liberally. supplied -
sea sailing! about from one cove .
fL t Patented United States
{ \ with all Information and handsome advertising. matter. < ? Great Britain and Canada.
to another catching first one and then
I FLESH I IIin For information( as to rates sleeping car reservation eto., can on or write to
another flock Po ardent did
,, napping !
PRICE, *I.OO and $3.00 KACII. Should be used by every Boat Builder in the U S.
1, this duck hunter become In the pursuit F. M. Jolly
i of his game that he wus surrduuded! by summer taking can be prevented J9 139 West liay SC:,, Astor Block PaeseagerAgent.Jacksonville, Fla., In Use by some of the Principal Boat Bailors In the United States.

the chilly gloom of an April night alluoet 6
i For Sale
by ,
? 3V. W re n n, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah Ga.
before be knew It: The ,wind tpo, \ Emulsion Jas. Pritchard &

) \vns becoming decidedly wore bolster- W., B. DENHAMi G Superintendent Savannah Ga. Son.TITUSVILLIV ,
Its beneficial
a* In Bummer.aIn
ous. winter. It are weak or -
you -
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$'; Me Vane Is a man of action. With a run down. It will build you up. SEE TOT TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BFILDERS.

J ; sweeping, glufice at sea and sky and not Sciui for frc*.umpl.. JOE PBINTINCOF --- -------- -
SCOTT & 1IOWNE' ClwmluM: ,
to the last duck
even stopplnx pick
; up
"'t-4" f h> had shot he turned his, boat's bo\/ !We. .und .00; all dnmglntfc THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFF!
I toward the Island and beached It well ALL KINDS

: Jip on a strip qf sand on the lee shore. I>O" The ADVOCAAT dues job printlig. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. prints an kinds of ?::oamerclal Stationery, Wedding Stationery Cards, ;P- T
JVVlth a knowledge; torn of many simi -




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LLE. -
BUDDING THE APPLE.rreparatlow ,'BORDEAUX' MIXTURE: Will sour the sweetest disposition and

:It: .T DI.At'r: RIVER: :: : :a:0'I'E: I. r>( Stock aad Bud-Ilowr 'A\ Formula- ...flr_II.> .<1 For Brown AN'OLD transform ature the into most a even crossVgrained tempered, lovable and- r

\ to ID.ert and TI.. Hot of Pe.chee and Plnma.Many .
irritable individual.
'The stock which Is to receive the bud different! formulas for making ., If impatience or fault-finding'' are
TITUSVILL'E.FLORIDA. should. be at !least three-elghtba of an I bordeaux mixture have been recominfolded SORE ever excusable it is when the

Inch in diameter.. enr the ground. The but it must be remembered tortured by an eating and bodye..

lower loaves are rubbed off to a bright: that the foliage of the peach Is moro It is truly discouraging to find after

) of five or six inches to enable till bUll sensitive I than that of other fruits and months of diligent and faithful use of external remedies that the place

der to.work more freely. A perpendicular serious> damage will result if the solution remains ns defiant angry and offensive as ever.: Every chronic sore, no
J. G., BAST Proprietor. Is matter on what part of the body it comes, is an evidence of some previous
t cut Is made in the stock as near too strong.
constitutional or organic trouble and that the dregs of these diseases
the ground as possible from an Inch to We have used three pounds copper
remain in it be that hidden
the some long
; may poison-perhaps
sulphate und six pounds of lime to for
an Inch and a half lung and preferablyon
DUCK'SIIOOTING Cancer-has come to the surface and begun its destructive work.
tbe north Bide of the tree, us the ty-fltc gallons of water, but find some
before the will
The blood fill
must purified sore up with healthy flesh
ilomapo! : was done to tbe foliage of all
bud will not be BO readily dried out by
i and the skin regains its natural color. It !in
and FISHING. the
varieties to which it was applied,
the sun on that side. Tbe cut should through the circulation that the acrid, corroding
with the exception of Chinese Cling
only extend through tbe burk. Anothercut !
fluids carried the ulcer and it
: are to sore or keep
+%a=:"r ?:. xyY-d-r =. wr+"b Rates: $2.50; per day. "should now be made across the top Chinese' Preo und General Lee. These irritated and inflamed. S. S. S.. will purify and ...
three varieties showed bad effects,
-*" of the perpendicular one.
invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or .
$10 and 912 per week. The buds are cut from well developed while slight Injury was noticeable on other hurtful materials are washed out fresh rich blood is carried to the
and ripened shoots of the current s(>a.00'8 the foliage of forty-seven varieties.
diseased parts, new tissues form, and the decaying flesh begins to have m
growth of the variety It Is desiredto Where two and n half pounds of copper '
healthy and natural look; the discharge ceases and the sore heals. .
JACKSONVILLE.: propagate. Before the buds are removed ,sulphate was used no Injurious effects
S. S. S. is the blood
only purifier
the leaves should be cut off the were noticeable und the diseasewas Several y...r. ago, my wife had a ... that Is guaranteed
r.r. leg and was t.ted by the entirely vege
held I lllI check well as where the sore
shoots. of the leafstalk as
A piece petiole, or
best physician but received no benefit. table. It builds: \ip the blood and
is left however by which the stronger formula was used. Our druggist advised her to try S. s. O., tones tip the general system as no
DDYAL, HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. bud may be bandied after It has been Our best results !have been obtained which .ha did. Fourteen bottle. cured other medicine I does. If have 1
removed. where tho first application wits from her and*ha has been wflU..r" .inc. you
J. R. MAROLD,ag Canal Et, a sore of any kind, writcus and get
The length of the piece removed with bordeaux mixture made from tbe fol. Coh .., N. Y. the advice of experienced and

Opposite pmtoffloe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re the bud should be about an Inch long lowing formula: Six pounds copper sulphate skilled physicians for which nq charge is made.1 Hook on Blood and Skin
and the cut surface smooth. It shouldbe I six pounds lime and forty-five Diseases free. THE SWarT .SPCCinC CO., Atlanta. Ga.

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . quite thin. AS but little c! the wood gallons water. The applications that - .-- .. .. ,
ia taken with the bud. followed were made with bordeaux
Rates $2.50 per day and up. The bud Is Inserted under the bark I that contained two and n half pounds -
Official Supply House of The Illinois FI8 len'8 iuol'tlon; ,
latter five pounds lime and
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. by raising tbe with the blade of copper sulphate
the knife or the part of the budding forty-live gallons water. I
knife made for that purpose. The bud Dace two and a half pounds of cop. The Chica-g(; Net niid'Twino Co.

is then pushed down and under the per sulphate in a cloth sack and suspend
West Bay and Cedar Street -Manufacturers of-
WESTMORELAND l-i wooden vessel containing
HOTEL bark with the fingers, and finally the n 1
JACKSOYVrLLE.FLA. pleee of leafstalk whleU\ \ was left when twonty-flve gallon,.'ot water, so that I'i

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened It wns removed from the twig is pressed the copper sulplato'wUl! be covered t- i
with the )blade of the knife to bring with the water and It Will dissolve in a
this season. Fine cooking table. Hot and Cold Water '
andfgood the but Into the proper\ position. about three or four hours. .- 0 .
Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All Bud and stock should be tied tightly Sluice five pounds of quicklime In a

street cars' pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to t2. >o per day. together with raffia or some soft string small)) quantity of water cnre being Cat
taking care not to coven the bud with taken that n goads smooth paste Is made
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. It. The bud should unite with the stock and is tree from dirt a1lllulUps. When

in two or three weeks and, after that the lime Is slaked add enough/ water to
time should be other make twenty gallons. = .
< the string cut as I-
SEABREEZIL: wise the bud may be injured. When the copper sulphate has dissolved FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Deicrlptlon. a
and the lime paste has: been diluted Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Hope, Ktc.: tn
to twenty gallons, the two lire Originators Wholesale Price direct to the Fishermen
The Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEABRE ,ZE. THE TEXAS STATE FLOWER poured slowly together and mixed thor 70-S1-StE.: Indiana St. o I.i Chicago, 111.

Buffalo Clover-Of nn IJlsqa....* llla oughly/ by stirring, for several minute* ..Mention The AIVVOCATH In your letter... s

UNDER TilE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col: C. C. TOST. Color and Uellclona Vraiimnfp. rrofeosor' Newman, South Carolina. We are Members' of the Illinois; KlHlioCmen'n t """I"IIItlun.
I Texas now bus a state flower tbe --- -

I These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the most popular summer resort blue' bonnet-or buffalo clover concerning New nt .*.. -. _. ,- ,.- ..- - -
In Florida, will be under the management of Col. C. C. Poet during the which there appears to be consider! Some confusion exists in regard to

summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold's Orchestra from: New York, able general interest. Meeban's Monthly the new hybrid ten rose shAwn as HANNE BROS.:
will play dally, afternoon and evening. I publishes the following communication Helen Jould at the recent rose show

Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table, and every attention to'their from a Texas correspondent, with In New York, It Is claimed by some to

comfort. Rates, $3 to $2. O per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special the comment that Lnplnus subcnrnosts bo the sit me as the rose already knownas Wholesale
nuldwln. .However this be the
Is tbe name adopted by botanists and may ,
rates for families for the season. Address, C. C. POST,*Seabreeze, Fla.
Bottlers of Wm. J. Lemp
that the plant In a dwarf perennial: rose is exciting considerable attention
This flower Improperly called buffalo and comment It Is said to be excellent Brewing Company's' St.
clover. is no clover at oil but belongs WhiskeyHouse.
Louis Beer. Keg Trade :

The Seaside Inn OLD SEABREEZE, Our Specialty.,. . '.

1246 "to; 1QOO "VV'os't .A.dL\nusi: :: JStl'oot.oo.: .
Opposite Keating's New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern ir

hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Beach In Florida is now open for 4's.a J'.A.OXJ.SON"'V"XLr..XIJ.: :I1'LA.

the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining +r ... u ___ .._ _..._._ __ __ _. ___ ---- -
:Room overlooking ocean. Floe cuisine and service. Terms very reasonable tir
: : 4 S B X CT a
JAS. II. JOHNSON & SOX::!. Os: I ,

Winter House, : GRAND ATLANTIC, Dayton; Florida. 501. fI, Blew' nil' ".., JACKSONVILLE. ". FLA.

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On Lake Worth opposite Postofllce and business houses. Large verandas. MEW: ItOHB: UAJL-DU'r-N OR UBXEN C1OILD. -

:Strictly: first-clans. Summer Rates, (2 per day. Special by the seek for both out of door and greenhouse
-________h_ ___ .______n_______._.____ .____________________ __ forclpif.'from A American cut of this Uardenlng.rose In reproduced \ $4 itOo Ill F -

NEW: YORK All those who succeed with Golden 1 _,
Gate will want Ivory. It Is tin ideal
the leguminous family tbe rightful forcing rose and will doubtless secure I
[THE' 1? HAMILTON 45th: Street, bet. NEW and Sixth Avenue, name of this species being Lupluuntexensls. a- place for itself alongside/ of the I Doz. i $450
;; YORK.A There are many varieties of Bride, which is saying/ gnat deal. It
the lupine growing wild all over Amer. Is very prolific and of good constitution
Modern Hotel. Central and Desirably '
Fireproof Apartment Icu and usually occupying tbe finest and the quantity of flowers produced DELIVER FOR
Located. With every Comfort and Convenience. sandy soils. Some kinds are perennialand will commend Its sparslty of 12Qt5

Furnished and Unfurnl be
GEORGE W., MORTON. of yellow pink white and purple, the Mime objection holds against Gold $boo
but the prevailing color Is blue. As eu Gate. tip
the lupine will grow on almost anilIIIIlJ' \irent-4 for the I'abct nrcwlllJC Co.

[otel Broadway, H0th and 37tl> Streets, spot, the need lire gathered lanll ,t Melting, a "'toe. ... ... .. .. -.
,Marlborough NEW YORK. sown ou sandy barrens near tilt sou- Many think It Is only n small matterto
const to be plowed under! for manure "stick out 'Vine.." and It can tie doneat Ai) vnr.\rB JOB PRINTING HOUSE.AM .
400 R> mtl. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Conducted with tbe most siitlsfuctory results. any odd time and In any sort of away

on American and European plans and Is managed under the personal Just why this modest, unpretentiouslittle and here Is where the greatest .
\ kin 'Iof IJ"..iin. .. riil| Ntatinn.ry|' printed nt the above' ifflos.y111'I'MJLIILl1)4. ,
supervision of the owner. Lupintm texensls bus been chosenas number of failures occur. If the same
E. S. CROWELL, Manager. state flower in the great ocean of vine with the same care (or luck of It) :" :: : :X, )rKIIKtr: KNVBIOI'ES: 111LL11E1),4K111PPING: :

brilliant (loners cannot I l/e said unless( hud been set In the field or along the TUIS; r A (IU4, "'fI,, .'0., printed cheaply and #sp.dliluusly.ac .
It In its beautiful blue which almost fence It would buve been more upt to .
The dole of a wall Is the pluce of -.- -. :>
[OTEL YENDOME Broadway and 41st !Street covers our prairies In tile early spring grow.
NEW YORK; : CITY. filling tbe air with a most delicious fra all others that Is not already preparedto
receive n plant that Is to climb and 11 Theytemporarlly
,FIREPROOF. :tOO rqoms, single and en suite, with private bathe and toilet grance. this Is emphatically true with new V on't T rooms. EUROPEAN PLN. Good rooms .1.I O large rooms $2: and with the
; ; AtlacUmrnt For a Spray W..on. walls where the IIl0H>rlol. Instead of being by agitating
private bath $:.2.50 per day and upwards. The management In under the personal A very effective an supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager. devk-e for agitating tbe liquid brick ashes, lath and plolti'r-In short. secretes enough; bite to make the InlcKine'*
used In spraying trees was used last the refuse of the building not yet subdued execute their natural functions. Omf :
spring by a fruit grower near Geneva by time and enriched by the overgrowth ural: agitation caused! by cathartics, JU e
IF YOU WANT A... N. Y. This man bud rigged up a pulley I of grass. Remove all such rubbish continual( ; and increasing doses to
attachment to one of the wheels of his by the bushel and in Its place supply attain the results. Unn.atn .
spray wagon. Over this pulley a belt> a mixture of rich soil and good
-...a. run. which communicated motionto manure. Into this favorable soil place
Building- Lot an arrangement on top of tbe tank the well rooted vine as carefully.) one on the
.. for moving the agitating pnddles. 1 In would set a young orcburd 'or vineyard liver t cures Chills

this way the agitation was very easily plant. Tbe plant Is peculiarly exposed C and Fever and every form bf

jor a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY, and effectivelymaIntalned.! Such an arrangement and needs a guard placed around Malarial, Cltious, Remlttlng, nd Inter.

AN ORANGE GROVE could very easily be put on It. or It will get pulled op. trodden mlttlng Fevers, anJ, by going to the seat of the
at alight expense by any of the growersof ; down or otherwise destroyed. Water Is
PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN, this state. Of (course where' steamor occasionally needed, and the stems trouble, works permanent cure. .
other power Is employed )both agitation sometimes! require aid In getting bold FIFTY CENTS PER DOTTLE.Jl.

We probably have for sale just what you are seeking. and pumping are easily maintained -of the wall. If Iry..or a support must b*
: by the engine or motive power. provided. The vine Is still small weak -WILHOX! HON.WORMS .
Settlers are flocking in but still there Is room. If yon seeS
and tender. .. __ __. u.._ .. __ __ ._ ,. __ ...- --- -- -.-
looking this way, drop a lIne toJAS. Woolly Apple en Apple *!>. .. I .....,. y
Dees It Par to Orad atrewberr// '"
Apple trees are sometimes badly Infested -
,. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-Presldent, with woolly sphln. which attacks We try to put our best pickers on the 'WHITE'S CREAMVERWIIFUGEfi
good fruit using little! carriers carrying !
R'Y the roots as welt as tbe branches
causing knots and swellings to appear.If four to six quarts, but for ordinary P.etemunar. H.tH Quality. i
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA they ore very numerous, the fruit. berrlC18 It doesn't pay, yon to grade
--- -. --- when, produced at all. will be small them. Where they ran uneven and 110u : For 20 Ys.rg: Ibt Let! H (lr...... RM) i 31r( ; -r
and Imperfect and the trees will make have some very large and some very ..<>x.XI :asY A.%tEe ariva.taxmTO.rny.r..d : .
but little mall ones It pays to sort them; but. +h .5 F. IU e l 9t. Lot1l9.wwwwwi. .
growth. The root form can ur.r dA .i1. ". .1t1 ,
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:ine Job Work ExecutedAT be treated with wood ashes or tobacco considering the low. prices we get for .a..r. '
Quickly too _. ... .. ... ,
not to
dost! and tlio e on the brunches COD .be berries It does pay spend -;-- --- -

THE ADVOCATE OFFICE destroyed strong tooacco with the water.ktrasene: ..pray.or Fruit much Grower.time on them.--.\ New Jersey- The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.




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11 J' MmoJ9 THE FOURTH TITUSVILLE OF JULY, AT Robbins & Graham Co. EI._ ::SS.: .:C &:, :e.eO.: ,


I, Written Neat Coast .. ( ,
41 West Bay Street; [ ,/"*r idttsort ,.J PAID UP CAPITA: *:23,000.00.This ,
i'I 1. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS/
;, All\ ye who dwell along the noant,
Who beauty wit or whilom bul.t.And company owns We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consum
i I Largest stock In this section pf country. also ye who lack them mat, ers Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at yonr station
Utve ear to me I pray. HLj .A. 1ST ID S TITUSVILLE
i Established In 1906 Know all that here on July Fourth E. L. BRADY & BRO. FLA.

i, j t Send fur descriptive catalogue. Tltinvllle We celebrate,our with nacliin'ii,noise and lurlb mirth In tire Indian River Country; ; On the St.

And keep her natal day. Lucia' Hirer at New RIaDd
r ; on Bay w. CARROL
At daybreak you will hear the run .
t .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.,, At the present day, authorities on skin Ilonmlnic lt. welcome to the inn, BIsoayne. Prices to suit the times. ,
j f. diseases I Which hastens to behold the fun > .
concede and have Dealer In
demonstrated -
I- That crowd the festal day. Send for Land List.
that skin diseases of every nature are The bund will the treat parade .
i p t t f Brewing Asso's. caused bacteria by, mlorosyms microscopic or germs other, forms baccllll of, Along Of queer the,fantaatlu.etreete will figures promenade made ",,--," Offices at Tltusvllle and :Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

A strange and wlerd dleplay. 'Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited,
L II''IOUI' St Louis Keg and Bottled animal decomposi lion. n"Dcock'slIq.lId. OBO. M. ROBBNS'( ', 11'. A, [ORGAN, Crockery,
The, balloon will. the sky .
Sulphur: arrests animal in great; Freeldent. TITUSVJLLE FLORIDA.
decomposition Aotusry.
It Jieer.I" And when among the cloud on high, "' .
l every form, and ]* an-annotate destroyer All reo,"... If he live. or die, : ,.. -
I P I" I Hold by Me.......A.Lo ley and of all germs in such diseases as Eozema, You'll eee the aeronaut Brevard Abstract of Title Go --, .
.Swing from hie flututrinK paranhute. ,
i R. LHotlowT/tuavlllel1a./ Salt Rhea .Tetter. Acno }>I mplear Ringworm With courage none will dare dispute! INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
1 By Mr, nt.. Hollow, Cocoa Fla. Dlptherla. Sore Throat and Opon To earth while Raping" crowd stand mute, WILL FUIIXISHAbstracts
SQreli.I l> > like cannon Hunt .
I roj a of Title TITUSVILLE, FLA.. ,

JOSEPH ZAPF I For Sale by J. B. SCREVEN druggist, The And greater yet with night 1110 you of all will will agree/: be -FOK LANDS IN- Is prepared to furnish Ice I.1 any qU"Dtlty-8acked or loose. Special attention

; TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. (for mire It's like yon will not.... e Brevard County. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.
Though; earth ton range and star-land), .
: Sole Agent. The binge ou which the whole thing turn, e T. T. WETMORE, Proprletoe.Whaler's ;
Office under Law Office of
The central auto' that brightly burnt, '
FUNERAL OF MAJOR LYMAN And loud applause. and favor cam, GEO. M. ROBBINS ,
010 to 020 West Bay Street, Wit be our own McFarland.H ,

P t'' JACKSONVILLE, FLA. One of Ole most Impressive Masonic. The.'.Hhowman here he'*rare there without h..'.everywhere compare TITUSVILLK__,_____". _-_L. __FLA.__ y

t I and Grand Army funerals ever held nt I Pollen,duvet,and debonair' Store.

I this place, was that held over the burialof We'll With make kill you by think satan a roaoh.lent, a rat. '. East Coast Meat Market Jewelry
TOGNI'S the remains of J. D Lyman, on last Or rake you;rahbIM from a hat, '
Friday morning, June 20th, at the Tltus Or,atlll more wonderful th I ie 4 y 1 RETREAT., vllle Cemetery. Tbe deceased was a Pipe orange. from a tent O. F. DUREN, Agent.
Silverware Ete.
Watches Clocks
Royal Arch Mason, a veteran of the Then 1 our neighbors! far and near. Jewelry, ,
Union Army during the Civil war, and a We s Come. he our irueita this year, p-J- .
Choice I And nd the day with right good cheer, Ps: /
member of the
I Grand
Army Republic. O [iun and frollo bent. ....- -.
t i 'I IWInas, LIquor. Deceased was a member of Lodge No. Come leant and danoe,and 'laugh away conc SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing OH Pine Watchesand
142, Free A: Accepted Masons A long, bright merry holiday. par
Asbury :> months.3rMall .
i Jewelry. All work warranted for 12
Then homeward take yourfaappy.
I and Clsara.I Park, N. J. lIe enlisted In -
Company A, Replete with eweet Content. ss >>
i Guaranteed Pure. 14th U. S Infantry In 1881, and was -C. w. >> t::::' Orders will! receive prompt and oare attention
I wounded In the right: arm at Fredericksburg TltuHlleFlo. .,Jude?fl,1'1I3. -.
i ;i John Va., and discharged for said wound \ TITUSVILLE. -. FLORIDA..
l::1 II I' Togni In June, 181(3.( CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY .

1 No. 105: Rut Bay Street, Corner Ocean. Major Lyman was entirely' alone In _. con -
1 '" the world 'ns far' as kin-folks were con. OFFICES. t::::' -
.'I! ,'. Near i lie old stand. oerned/bnit notwithstanding this fact, he -C"D
t, j! I II JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. was placed t Into his last resting! place Up to tills dt theYoilowingcanrB-\ rnTITUSVILLE-. Cytom. Special Attention !

cg l;. -.,---__-._._ -- -. with as much tenderness and sympathyas dates are In the field for county offices FLORIDA.
I : though these sad conditions had not and we want to draw the attention of
existed. the voters of Brevard to their announcements
sWM The Masonic Lodge of the town, the on our 4th page:

Indian River Lodge No. 00., turned out Foil THE rjCOIHLATCRB.! Hardware Tinware Glassware

J. HO BAN, Proper almost to a man. The following officers Wade II. Jones., Tltusville. ort ro I I3 Crockery ,,.
conducted the
iI ceremony: J. R. Walker,
I Wines, Liquors.. and Cigars. Worshipful Master; J. L. Carruthers, W. H. McFarlaud:] Harness and Stoves.

41 Senior Warden; A, A. Stewart, Senior FOre RAILROAD COMMISHIOXErt. ,

,: I!, ANJIAC8EK,: BUSCH BEER A SPECIAI/FT.! Deacon; R. E. Mime, Junior Deacon; J. R. Hudson Burr, Little River.. ;C7e-'A' .7 ..- jp rOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.
I Dixon Treasurer Fred. A. -
Out of town orders given prompt attention. ; Morgan, 'i "
Secretary; J. X. Waller, Senloc Steward; TAX AME8SOK.: / '
I ., Jug trade a specialty.ROOMS W. If. blcFarlaDdJunlorttewardAI'ch-; R. B. Stewart, Brantley. Jas. Pritchard c& Son.

r deacon B. F. JtrownChaplain; Major F. J. F. Wooten, Cocoa. / I ,
i -FURN1SDED M. Taylor Tyler' ; Fred. A.Losley, Julius '' "?.' '
j Kline, Rune Stewart,Steven Ellis, Capt. TAX COLLECTOR/ ,. ,; a, Postofiice Box 212,
Cor. and Catberlne '
Bay SU
+ R. P. Paddlson, J. O. Bnst, Pall Bearers; E. W. Hull! TltiMvllle.! .; .. .
II Jacksonville Florida. and A. Froscher Funeral Director. 1'. A. McMillan\ Eau Oallie.COUNTV -.J' ritusvi11e! FJ.OrLd.a.: : .

f Other members taklnz>lut la the cere- .
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>, JU'' i, Mason's Fruit Jars. Col.mony T.were T. Pant;Wetmore Master, -Sherllt Geo. M. Robbins M. E., John i Henry,, 'l'ltunllle. -'/ ..7.yd, -

English!: and Dr. d. W. Carroll. After John II. Wynn, Fort Pierce. .

: PINTS, 00 cents per dozen. the beautiful Masonic ceremonies were PROSECUTING ATTOKNKY.: If Your House Goes np in Smokeand neapp1es
completed, I In behalf of the Grand Army,
i I F. J. Webb, Tltu Yll1e.
to which the deceased belonged Post. .. loose
you everything
O. A. Frost
QUARTS (ORott dozen. ,
t i'' master Bassett/made few appropriate it Is your own fault.
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,f'' j O Jg GAL 0> eta. per dozen. a remarks veteran nfterwhlaliUax bugler of several VonKnppnlow wars, played"tutoo It A.FIHII na..dee AND, RAMie Sebusllan.COUJTTT WARDEN. J7M.ro: XxxeruLX: : : ).oo.aultlcient .
and !lights out." : to cover tbe value of the prop- We solicit consignments ol all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables and

8 ATlNOV.3 COMMHSlO.tlCHS.' eityand household effects! should be car Produce. All shipment receive our personal attention. Returns -
I O. T. BUNTING: ried. Rates. are not high. The companion
J ihn R. Walker 1'ltnnllle.n .'' ,
/ made ot sale Stencil
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J't or r1\bberatamp application>
n ,; I85 Furniture. MARRIED AT ROCKLEDGE.The F, DII rep. .. \ we ieprecent are "solvent reliable and llb-

St. Augustine,. Florida. .J. R. Mlot. IndUnota.R. ernt. Claims. are promptly adjusted. .

,n 'h following announcement wn re- A. Con.11 Oil, Tlllmno.J. Don'l neglect to take out a policy. S.OOE3JE:: : Go_ :E"t.TGEEe: _
cel'Oil at the A DVOCATK office ou Wed T. Pinch KAU!: Oallle. SCHUYLEH A 3KANNINO* -
r'j: t t.1 nenday nftnuoou: John O. June. Quay.
+ iN 111 r. and Ml*. Gardner S. |Itrdee( announce II. I. ICIopp. Fort Plaice Correspondence Invited. '
the marriage of their daughter, J. F. Bell, White City
Minnie Elizabeth to Mr. Lewis Sutton\
,\ 1.. Andrews 1 Kookledge, Wednesday Fla." J uDeJth; >, tOO: THE: FISHING INDUSTRY IN. 11 i/ \II//

t tI. \, ,I' 1. 1I ..I\rarrled-'ttIr Lewis Sutton Andrewsand TITUSVILLE- M. Lane & 'Son
'j I'J 'I t l Minn Minnie Elizabeth Uardee, of The fUMng Industry" In Tltusvllle {
Rockledge, at IV o'clock, noon, Wednes .
u i ; day, June 23th. A goodly number of still In a prosperous dollars are condition oulCht, and Into innumerable town PN\ren 230 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
J friends and neighbors assembled at the SFWIN' \rlarreNr
owing to it. Over seven thousand barrels
'e bride's home to witness the
"tji marriageand of lieu have been shipped trom this
I to congratulate. the happy couple. Southern Fruit and Produce
'I'' The ceremony was performed: by Archdeacon from place which during am the vented pant, year to' the the snug returns little

I 'i't B. F. Brown Quite a number of
of thousand .
I sum nearly fifty dollars.
handsome from friends of the
I I I I ( / Sao wr presents Notwithstanding the fact that the past Ooro.m.1ssi.on tMIeJOha.c.: :
bride were open to the inspection of her : : :
Indian River
season was a poor one on ,
,..ih lends.i Many hearty congratulationswere
ON THE!: FOURTH OF JULY there has been an Increase of about 8UO()
given them, and well wishes for SPECIALTIES: : FLORIDA PINEAPPLES.. Stencils, Cards and our
I open up one of my bottles of- their happiness. The bridal pair left on' barrels of flab over the previous year
: } ; OLD WINE OR WHISKEY shipped from TitulyllIo.I quotations furnished on application.
) i .; the 1 o'clock train for Jacksonvlllo Atlanta
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f! I I and drink to the health and prosperity of and Chattanoona. ,
I friends and self, THE NEW BANK FOR MIAMI. We, are agents for the above Sewing -: :-

d, M" These goods are pure and wholesome. CANDIDATES QUALIFY.The I Machine, and keep a full line of the diffarmtstyles. J. H. OETGEN. WILL, H. OBTQKN. ED. OEr3ENr 1
''t: Unexcelled: \ for richness, strength and '
.* Later reports in connection with the / ,on hand.
; flavor. above bank says that Ielllll'''. Anthony & OETGE1T KOBT. L. JUOTLOW, following candidates have filed btruum, of Went Palm Bench, have completed JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
'. TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLI ,\. with Chairman Williams, of the State the transfer of their lot at the c&r- Tltnsvillo\ Florida. If
Committee their applications to have
ner of A venue C and Twelfth street to 2.1 & 25 EAST ADAMS ST., 3ACKSOXVILLE, Flut. :f
their names printed on the primary election
the First NUlorml Bnnk The building
L. A. Hildrcth ballot: We Solicit aU KInd: of
Bros.EAUdALLIE Consignments '
that now occupies the lot will be movedon Hodgson I
+ For United States Senator 8.: R. Mallory -

: Dealer la Foreign and Domestic Brands For, Members of COD\trelll-Ylrat\, District and to brink Avenue building C. and will a flrat take-ciaea its place.incorporators stone. : INDIAN RIVER: FLA. Fruits t Produce e, Vegetables';, Poultry t Eggs, Salt Fish & Ru. f.|
The following gentlemen the
...of... 1 S. At. Spnrkman. Second District, are i Marine Railway. .
of thla new concern: Edward The above goods are our specialties.I We give all shipments oui' prompt ami ftj.
I Uobt. W. Davis. Third W. U.
p t 'Rum, Brandies,Whjskeys, Gins Lamar Fiederlck T. Myers District and John S. I Kumph, J. R. Anthony W. II. Graham, General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. personal attention. We do nut handle these goods: as .a sideline, but give-them
1 t I Beard! Edwin A. Waddell and A. P. Anthony.As ..Special Facilities., all\ of our attention and guarantee shippers beat return, honest dealings and '
+: Wines, Bottled Ales, Boer and Stout. Fur of soon us the building can be erected quick remittance. Best reference on application. Tag and stencils are free.
State U. Clay Craw.
Secretary -
: 'y The best whiskey and liquors served by ford. the First National Bank will open Its for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Give us a trial.
doors for business.
.' ,: polite and courteous attention For Comptroller-A.. C. Croom auJ 1.1 Yachts and Launches.
J. .
A first claim Hoe Mention the ADVOCATB when writing.
i of foreignand Supreme A Wntermelon
'I' For Jud e Court-William Party.
domestic cigars. A Hooker and John 11. Wall. I? Ru.hlz.aan cS. Co.

I I FAMILYandUOTELTRtgESollcited} For Railroad.Corn missluner-R. Hudson On Mi nday evening a watermelon Two Fine Lots Fur Hale. .

i ? .Prompt and careful atH 9jj.u| given Browne Burr, John Henry(L Ward E. Day and Jefferson J. N. Whit.B. party wharf way Titusvllle.given\ at The the end evening of/ the was City cool Two. fine 10-aare lots lying, on Indian FLORIDAA
south of Frtrt
River 3 miles Pierce
on a
to mall orders, accompanied by cash and pleasant, with a bilghj; moon. Eight good shell road. Each lot bas :300 feet

L. A. HILDRETH, ner.LAKE large watermelons were taken down to river frontage HUh bluffcovered. withpalnai
WASHINGTON PICNIC. the wharf on a> hand-cart and It was not PI :
bard wood timber. Good EA..PPLESI
FORT crow.i and for :
FLORIDA. long ere the jovial commenced to
There will be ) basket oranges. 'orraoefrult.. tangerines and Dine-
U a genera picnic cut and eat them. By 10-1O:: p. m. most 'N'"botter"loca.
and fish fry at Lake Washington$ on July of the maloiia had been disposed of by ppl oD on the river I SPECIALTY.New
JAMBS A. FLOOD at price. $1,000.00 for each lot.
I ,
10, IHO'J.) Committees have been ap- those present, who Included 'Meniirs. and: .
1 I (Formerly of New York City,) pointed on the following amusementsfor Rollins Brannlng, Walton, Pritchard, ,Fla.
I'. I UCgu1l1\ Licensed Master the day: Mime, Sanders, Moore and Abbott; !Mesdames Ankona York Agents for Florida Fancy Pineapple Association

I I umber Horse Racing, Rollins, Brannlng and Tysen; and '
Tournament, the !Misses Wright; Hall, and Alice and Drl1ylng. 201 Washington St J NEW YORK.
n I"i'.i- I I Ooose Neck Pulling,
r Beatrice
I Sanders. JW
Murray Street.
With the very best experiences of over Dancing and other amusements J N. Y.
of all kinds
I braying hauling
I ; prompt.
I twenty years ou all kinds of the most approved The Committee-through the columns
I ly attended to. Meets all trains. :Stove: -
! ; sanitary methods of plumbing of the ADVOCATE-extend* to all a NOTICE TO STOCK-OWNERS. 'wood supplied. -
f. baa opened a ,lirit-cla/m shop on Beach
hearty Invitation to be present. Candidates Titusville.
I street, south of opera house, where I am for offices ALI'Rlm'llADLICV. OLJ: J'IC':
county are especially Stock-owners seO:
,( .I prepared to furnish and install tho very invited. \ are hereby requestednot IERa: :: ,
to allow their stock to at Land
run large
" ': latest and most approved system of sanitary Sale.
on the streets of Tltiiavllle on the 3rd,
'I plumbing drainage and ventilating I --
A Launch Party on the Indian River
together with all kinds of the very. best 4th and nth of July. 1'IJ}, acre. first-class pineapple land, Produce Commission Merchants.
fixtures of By order. J M. Duow' desirable front, on St. Lucie river at a
\ sanitary plumbing the best The launch St. Lucle, In command of .
manufacture, wish\ the very Ilte.tDI.. Capt. Summeriln, took out the following Mayor of Titusvllle.The bargain. For reasonable terms write,

tary requirements; all kinds, direct and party last Saturday night, and they report W. W. LUCK:,
Indirect, hot water and steam heating; an enjoyable time: Mrs. E. E. Kol-! Mammoth Balloon Has Arrived. Tlbbals, Fla. Florida Pines Our Specialty.

laundry drying rooms fitted. All work tins, Mrs. Tysen Mimes Emma Wright,

'will receive prompt and personal atten Bessie", Hall, Daisy Brady, Aleph Mtm; The mammoth balloon baa arrived here Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, .
e Lion and done at the very lowest terms. and Messrs. I). B. Prltchurd, Chas. H. for the Fourth, but It U probable that .
I Estimates cheerfully furnished. Tele- Walton S. Moody and Ernest Van land- Prof. DeComa will make his ascent from Pressed and Repaired.I l.adI8l'dreue. 335 Washington Street '
phone 01, Daytona, Fla. ingham. After run of something under the Lund property, the grounds In front a specialty. Address, T
six miles on Indian River. the launch returned of the Indian Itlv r hotel not being considered SAM PKBKIXS, NEW
@:'- Reading notice ads. on this page to the wharf, and all went to their large enough to allow\ of Its In- Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, YORK. '.

are the cents per line per week. respective1 homes. Hatlon. P. O. Box 353. Sanford, Fla. References: Our 33 year record. Chatham National Bank, New Tork.IJ 4


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